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ed 'from r Chicago > Tkel W. Unio ! vw from \ Yorlt-i Rev. , in town Tom Bi Fhilippr " GuyL ffedn |B| Mr. and thi8 welk!arned t0 ?sss$&&w!t' S Mrs. J. W,. Brown left for Den ver last Tuesday evening. Ben Lambrecht returned from the World's Pair on Tuesday. Frank Hornor and Harry Smith are taking in the World's Fair. Fred Simpson, of Wheeling, was among our merchants here this week, . v W.J. S.Harmer. ofShinnston Wbrid^s F^n^day for geolc^st was in towna^fewhonre .Miss Ella Lowe returned to Staunton, Va, this week where she will enter college. Mr. W. S. Price .'is., still very sick, but we sincerely hope he may be convalescent soon. Col. T. 8;;'? Mrs. Alice C em cities & were visiting^diss Maude Bassel at Lost Creek last Sunday. , Mr. James VE.' Martin, of Bridgeport, was a social caller atonr office onWednesday. Dr. 0. M. BqwcocIc and wife, of Springfield, HI., who have been visiting here leftfor home Sunday evening. ? Miss C. L. Campbell left for Baltimore Sunday evening where she will visit several days among relatives. . .. ?:;> Mr. and Mrs, Granville Bart lett and Col. T. M. Jackson drove to Rockfordlast Friday and spent the day. ?. S Rev. S. L. Mtxson is spending a few days in town, but will soon retanito his family at Edgar ton. Wis.^V 4 ** John P. Sweeney, .the well mown insurance agent, of Wheel ing, is spending a few days in amiabli fbouH-it D iL C. Lawso Miss LillU ivum, leave next week'for 1 and Mrs. ?? ? - "row iui n ilson Col lege, Chambersburg, Pa., where sne will resume her studies. Our handsome friend Frank Smuttleworth. is taking a vacation at home, and it is rumored that he is revising his snake stories. Mr. and Mrs.Dan McQinnis and son Albert, of Martinsburg, have returned after a pleasant visit at the home of W.^H?"Dawsori. Mr. Win J. Parker, of Long Reach, W. Va., and Miss Martha busman. of Jane Lew, were in town a few hours last Wednes day. Mr. Olarence Evans accompani ed by his wife spent Sunday Vith his father Mr. T. L. Evans, of sycamore Dale, who has been very sick. Miss Gay Duncan since her return from Atlantic City has been giving her attention to the improvement of her residence on ftke street iJt- and Mrs. A. L. Taylor, of Addison, have been spending a tew days with Mrs. Taylor's par of Quiet'DeU.MrS" Dud,eyDa?' . James Ralston, the courte ous Weston gentleman who had ??harfe of Mr. Ben Lambrecbt's jewelry store, went home the first of the week. Lieut. Melville Jarvis, of Fort j>l>okane, Washington, who has jeen spending several days with I'arents returned this week for unties at Fort Spokane. Mr. Frank Peck, the hand some pressman of the Telegram ?ce' will stop off at Pennsboro and take in the sights of the fair C art re'urn fro? Chicago and w^rs- H. A. Fehiald, nee Miss Gittings- arrived home on ?n v""-',"' jiw t? brief visit ^he/.sisters and other relatives 5,, ^fends, at the expiration of ft!! 8 make her home in the east . Mr Clarence Evans, proprie j,'0' the Bargain Store, will 2R*r a visit to Philadelphia Bio ?Lew York Sunday evening. p meanB a choice lot of ?eve^r latest novelties and fall ???ds for his store. rr>,l...at've8 in this city and nil yJor past three months j." rotfini to her home Satur y- ouave in manner and enter ing in colloquy, Miss Smith raw around her a host of friends, 0 regret her depjurture. * - WMIOWIUHL UU Cll rolled as a pupil at the Academy. ???!' 1^orj5an al)d son Charles ..... vuwi V,WC^C| All U a good institution and of course Charlie is equal to the emergency and if we may judge from his natural endowments.he will make a good student The three following items are from the Morgan town Pout : 0. W. Lynch, Esq* of Clarks burg, was here last week on bust ness; also S. 8. Farris, Bridge port. John B. Hart, a young business man of high standing and very popular, was here yesterday. He left for his home in Clarksburg, yesterday evening. The remains of Charles Hall, who committed suicide' at Park orsburg last week, were taken to Morris X Roads, Pa., Thursday for interment. He was well-known inMorgantown. V''' ffij ?>' The work of pumping the old oil well near Cherry Camp will be commenced soon. Mr. George Reed starts his celebrated pacer, McBride, at Pittsburg next week. Stuart Brothers have about completed the work of enlarging their livery stable which now presents a most elegant brick front facing Pike street Col. Henry Haymond of the circuit clerk's office, will proba bly have hi3 history of Harrison county ready for the publisher within the next ten months. Rev. M. A. Davidson has been transferred to another conference and his friends here will regret that his sojourn among them must soon terminate. He leaves for Virginia with his family in | t^o.weeks. . ?yiwja^Min _ Convention at Lumberpori The convention-is reported as having been one of the most successful in the history of the county. On Thursday night of last week the post office at Manning ton was broken into and robbed of about 1225 worth of stamps, also some small change and three registered letters. The safe in which the stamps were kept was a very old one and the combina tian was easily worked. Weilon Wnlfs. Mrs. Asa Jarvis died Sunday evening of consumption at her home in this city, aged 59 years. Miss Caroline Norris, a lady well known throughout the county, died at her home on Polk creek Tuesday morning. She was born in 1800. J. S. Perry's house at Aspin all burned to the ground on Tuesday of last week. The colored folks are soliciting funds for the erection of a church in Weston. Hundreds of homes in Weston will discard coal as fuel with the advent of natural gas. Col. A W. Woodford will ship over 800 head of export cattle from Baltimore to London one day this week. Warner Chap man and Kirk Smith will accom pany the cattle. The many friends of Col. J. J. Peterson will be glad to learn that he will soon return to Hon duras as consul for the United States. He received tne ap pointment over the heads of several Democrats. It was sevenu , , worth, not politics, that counted in this instance. The State de partment made no mistake. County Clerk Bennett has is a.ll.-J.M tWOwlftCfl day night Sept 19. 1 The Reveille is still publish, at Ritchie C. H., and alwaysbi a rich variety of late news for i readers. ? ? Rev. T.L. Gardiner will prea< next Sunday at the Bapti church, morning and sight Yt are cordially invited to hear hit - n-ZI ? ? ? ..'iS-.v-yi,'.-:. If you are a "paid up" Tkuwuji subscriber we will get yoti tliel Y.TrOuMa. whole year i<T cents. There will be seventeen stacl of hay sold on Saturday, Sept. 1 by constable R. D. Carrico, j the Ross place, near Bridgepoi Ioe cream social and festiv at the home of Maj. Lee Ha; mond next Tuesday evenlni Sept 19. A cordial invitation Silver dollars still taken at tl Tkliqrau office at the rate of i( cents. Bring them on and p? your subscription' to "the besbp; per you ever read. Mr. Gal. Bartlett, one of oi well-known stockmen has shij ped about 1,000 lambs to eastei markets this week and repor low prices. The Fairmont Racing Assocl tion will have their annual ! tria on Sept. 20 and 21. Good puree are offered and a lirge; atteni ance is expected. ''Mm The editor will be pleased ^ have you hand to some member < the office force a note ooncernti: any local or social event yc winner.*' Bam side, of the in the wonder* we presume,he ition of the Pair when be i. His work on the D?Ua inght him into consldera mlnence as a' newspaper not be said that CJlarks b an epidemic of typhoid While seyeral oases have ported It is a fact that sufferers lived in the , of town and many were stance out in the oountry. thickly settled parts of here appears to be no No new cases have been d for; about two weeks, blooming of a besutiful was witnessed by many ed spectators at the home s Mary Glancy on Pike laBt Friday night It was need by those who saw it ) been a "vision of lovell These rare flowers re a their full beauty but a urs and wither with dawn the morning. It was the Blooming Oereus. tland delivered two of his celebrated, illustrated lec it the opera house ttie first merited as Prof. I subscriber now is the time to mm. !? Talmage's great. Sunday ser. mon appear* elsewhere. Bill ofinty atfdth^TlLlMAM will publish it the last of the month. Mr. W. H. Lewis and'brother Wirt will open a first-class gro cery and a confectionery store On Pike street in a few days. They propose to handle ice cream and oysters in season. Mr. Wirt will manage the business. Our prosperity this _ week la largely due to the fact thot we were pleasantly remembered by John Hammond. S. S. Farls, E. L. Young, Abner Stout, Jacob Harter, M.T.-Cunningham, Abner them during a period of 7 or 8 years. He will have charge of Ohio and West Virginia territo ry ttnd will stQlmake Clarksburg his home. |j)^H m ????