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M. Mlbtl' MKOIOAL CO., ClUlwt. Ind.
Mife mTESOTPllLS k!!W* tloii. i.tntlltm, mllilMt, sod jiici.,2Scto. Br. JUS*" rV^UUKrUit Sold ill Clurlulmrg by Oiuvtoiii Di nt, H. It Well". It J.C'rin, and (jruggiatn everywhere. We have received our new samples for fall and wiuteh men's suits and overcoats, carrying both the lines of Browning King & Co.. New Yurie. N. Y., and The Prank T. Carroll Co., Eltnira, N, Suits from $1G to $38 ; overcoats from *15 to *35, made to order in latest styles and best workmanship. Examine our samples and prices before buy ing your fall clothes. G. W. & H. M. Shuttle worth, Corner Main and Watnr Streets Clarksburg, W. Va. 45. BUOKLEU'S ARNICA SALVE. The bant naive in the #orlil for outa, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever ?ores, tetter, chapped bunds, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, aud posi tively cures piles. or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac* tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Clayton ft Dent 12-ly DR DKUMMOND'S LIGHTNING Remedy for Rheumatism lias received the unqualified endorsement of the medical faculty aa being a safe and re makubly efficient preparation for the reliof aud speed; are of Rheumatism. Its work is >"* Iv and miraculous tbatbeuefi' ? !????. tbo first dose, and oue bottif i* wurrauted to cure any ordinary cas*. Sold by druggists. Price $5 for large bottle, or sent Ivy prepaid express on receipt of price by Drum moud Medicine Co., 48-50 Maiden Lane, New York. Agents waute<1. 28tf Subscribe for the Telegram. . wans; ? with Hurt eon BB OnnnlDKbHm Uron., <t Co Schuored. When I ask her "to marry me she began to shrink like a flan nel shirt. That's an odd comparison. What do you mean ? Well, its true. She got up all around my neck. An old sister was hearing her lesson in American history, the subject being the capture of. Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen, who demanded the surrender "in the name of Jehovah and the Conti nental Congress." The sister asked, "What wus the Continen tal Congress ?" and tho child gave a satisfactory answer. "Who was Jehovah ?"' "Well. I don't exactly know. I think it was either Columbus or George Washington." THE YOt'UH PUMP. Boyts, Porter & Co have been awarded a premium and a medal on their Yough pumps exhibited at the World's Pair. One of the pumps was in practical use from early in the spring until the close of the Pair, as a boiler feed to the immense battery of bolters which supplied power for Ma chinery Hall. It was a 16*8*18 single double acting pump. The award is a very gratifying official endorsement of the excellence of these pumps, not only as boiler feeds, but more particularly as mine pumps. The Yough pump stood in the fore front of the many mine pumps exhibited at the Fair. The pump i? very popular in the Connells ville coke region, where its use both as a boiler feed and a mine pump Is almost universal. The H. C. Frick Coke Company use the Yough mine pumps at all their works. They are used in every part of tne United States and many are in use in the West Virginia mines. There is one in use at a water works in China. The Yough pump is an institut ion which reflects credit upon the enterprise and push of the manu facturers whose plant at Connells ville Pa., is one of the most com plete in the country. Every neighborhood needs a live Sabbath-School. If yours 1 has none, address for substantial aid. Box 515 Clarksburg. 51-tf SUBSCRIBE ?FOR TI1K? WHEELINC INIELLIGENCER, West Virginia's Brightest and Beet 1804 will bo an eventful year in the history of the oonntiy. The Democratic party which for the first time sinoe the war is in control of all branches of the government, is pledgod to revolutionize our national tan IT policy. The proceed, ings of Con (trees will therefore be fraught with matters of the greatest publto In terest The Intelligencer will fully anil fairly report the great debates of the session. A new Congress and a State Legisla ture is to be elected this year. The In telligencer will keep its readers thor oughly posted on the progress of the cumpaign. All foreign and home news of the year will be faithfully chronicled in the In telligenoer's telegraphic columns. Send in your dollar now. THE Weekly Intelligencer TERMS AND PREMIUMS. The Weekly, ono yr, in advanoe. $1 00 The Weekly 0 months in advance. 00 5 copies one year anil an extra oopy to the person getting up club.. . 5 00 10 oopies one year and two extra cop a*11 person getting up club.10 00 20 copies one year anil four extra oopies to person getting up club.20 00 30 copies one year and oopy of Dai ly one year lree to person getting lip olub 10 00 THE DAILY Intelligencer Terms, by Mail. Postage Prepaid. Ono month, in advance $ 05 Three months, in advuuee 2 00 Six mo jths, in advance 4 00 One year, in ailvanoe 8 00 Throe days in the week, one year. 4 00 Two days in the week, ono year.. 2 75 Specimen oopies of either edition of the Intelligewer sent free to auy ad dress. We want an Bgent in every postofflco in West Virginia, Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania Remittances should be made by regis tered letter, postofllie money griler, postal note, check. United States Ex press or American Express mouey order. Address : INTELLIGENCER PUBLISHING CO., l-4t. WAggt.IXQ, W. Va. ? *? you look at the date JJMlM, on your paper? Did you tind that you arere owing us your subscription? Kindly pay up as we dislike the idea of having_to collect. Qet that old suit of clothes that yon are almoBt ashamed to wear and send them to W. H, Powell, near the West Eud DeDot He will olean and repair them, and yon will be snrprised when you get them book?almost like new again. 34-3t TO PREVENT AUTUMNAL - FEVERS, USE SUSANNA. V#/Sfl2Sw*!$Swe<Swe!y5>55e*wwww PREPARED BY DR. L. .A DAVIDSON, West Milford WEST - - VIRGINIA Cunningham Bros. & Co., Clarks burg ? W. Horner, Lost Creek; Perine & Davis, Good Hope: G. W. Morri son, Mt Clare; Francis Bros., Wil sonburg:C.A.Sheehy, P. M., Bridge port: Bargain Store.Jarvisville.J. C. Bartlett ?te Co., West Milford; Alike Dolan, Wolf Summit; L. L. Bailey, Reynoldaville; Mrs. W. B. Stephens, Sycamore Dale, li. S. Ogden, Hardin; El A. Wilnou, Salem ;Morgan &.Eurl, Respect; Griffin Bros.,Cherry Camp; A. J. Kincaid, Brown's Mills; H. G. Post, East End, Clarksburc; West Fork Coal Ac Coke Co., Faruutn; F. H. Wilcox & Co., Wyatt; Mrs. Xib Jarrett, at the hlind man's store, Shinnston; E. A. Wilson, Salem; H. W. Winter, Flumingtou; Bailey &. Burnside, Benson; R. F. Stout, Quint, Dell; Lewis & Queen, Johutowu und Bockford; G?o, B. Patton & Co., Craigmoor;F. M. Harbert, Marnh ville; L. O. Smith, Olive. The above 25 agents to lw? adver tised so long as they Hell 1 doz. per | year at retail, at our contract price. The advertising to ceaR? when suld for less than $1 per l?ottle. Dr. li. A. Davidsov, 28 WestMiiford, W. V,i MANY AWARDS TO WEST VIRGINIA'S HIKING EX HIBITS Of TABIOt'S KINDS. A Complete lilt Which Shows that WeM Virginia Secured ? Terj Large Number of Awards In the Minn ?nd Mining Department. Following is a complete list of awards given to West Virginia in the Mines and Mining depart ment at the World's Fair: group 24. W. H. Boggs, Franklin, red fossil ore. West Virginia, collective ex hibit of iron ores, minprls, etc. Hon. -A. C. Snyder, trustee Lewisburg, collective exhibit of iron ore. GROUP 43. Turkey Gap Coal and Coke Co., Ennis, Coke. Fairmont region, Fairmont, coke from the coal seams of Fairmont region. Flat Top Coal and Coke Asso ciation, Ennis, coke from Flat Top District. New River Coal exchange, Stone Cliff, collective exhibit of coke made from coals of New river region, ? The New River Coal exchange Stone Cliff, sections of steam coking coal from New river dis trict. West Virginia Coke and Coal Company. .Parkersburg, sections of coal from Elliott's bank, Gil mer county. Despard Gas Coal Company. Clarksburg, sections of gas and coking coal. Fayette Coal and Coke Co., Fayette; sections of steam and cooking coal and coke. Nuttalburg Coal and Coke Co.. Nuttalburg, sections of steam and coking cool and coke. New River Coal Co., Coperton, section of steam and cooking coal and coke. Fire Creek Coal and Coke Co., Fire Creek, sections of steam and coking coal and coke. Rush Run Coal and Coke Co., Rush Run, section of steam and coking coal. Thurmond Coal and Coke Co.. Thurmond, section ofsteam and coking coal. Beury Coal and Coke Co., Stone Cliff, section of steam and coking coal and coke. Quinnimont Coal and Coke Co., Quinnimont, section of steam and' coking coal and coke. West Virginia Central and Pittsburgn R. R. Co., Piedmont, semi-bituminous and peacock coal. Davis Coal and Coke Compa ny, Thomas, coal and coke from Thomas Tucker county. Royal Coal and Coke Co., Ral eigh county, section of steam and coking coal and coke. Mt. Carbon Co., Limited, Powellion, coal and coke. Fairmont region, Fairmont, gas steam, coking and smithing coal and coke. Winefrede Coal and Coke Co., Winefrede, sections of bitumin ous cual from Winefrede. Cannelton Coal Co., Cannelton, sections of canncl coal. State of West Virginia, collec tive exhibit of coal and coke. State of West Virginia, Char leston. collective exhibit of crude petroteum and its products. Kanawha Coal Exchange, Charleston, blocks of steam, cok ing and smithing coal and coke. M. T. Davis & Co., Montgome ry. sections of gas and coal from Eureka company. William Beury, Cooper & Co., 'Beury, section- of steam awl coking coal. Stevens Coal Co., Coalsburg sections of splint coal. Plat Top Coal and Coke Asso ciation, Ennis, steam and coking coal. group 44. Alderson Brown Stone Co.. Richmond, brown stone from Al derson, Monroe county. Virginia Brown Stone Co., Hinton, brown stone from near Hinton. Hon. W. G. Hudgins, Hinton. brown stone from Summers county. Virginia Brown Stone Co., Hinton, sandstone from Hinton. Dr. J. S. Lewis, Weston, sand stone from Weston. State of West Virginia, collec tive exhibit building stone. GROUP 46. West VirginiaUniversity, Mor gantown, fire clay from Preston county. William Roberts, Randolph county, building brick. Nichols & Mathews, Wells burg, clay and pressed brick. Brook and Terra Cotta Co., Wellsburg. pressed brick and terra cotta. L. Malonee. Grafton, ,fire clav and Ore brick from Taylor coun ty Globe Mineral Wool Co., Moundsville. mineral wool made from the refuse of glass works. McMahou, Porter & Co., New Cumberland, fire clay and brick sewer pipe. West Virginia, Charleston, clays, bricks, glass sands, etc. W. H. Hunter, Berkeley Springs, glass sand from Berke ley Springs. GROUP 47. West Virginia University, Mor gantown. limestone from Morgan Ohio, Preston and Greenbrier counties. West Virginia University, Morgantown, limestone from Port Spring, Greenbrier county. W. H. Boggs, Franklin, blue limestone. West Virginia, collective ex hibit limestone, lime and cement. W. H. Boggs, Franklin, lime stone. ffm. I. Knott & Bro., Millers, Limestone of different colors. Hon. H. C. Knott Shepherds town, limestone. Washington Building Lime Company Bakerton. limestone and lime. GROUP 48. West Virginia, collective ex hibit, brines, salts and bromine. State of West Virginia, collec tive exhibit, ochres. State of West Virginia, Char leston. collective exhibit of the mineral resources of West Vir ginia. Ohio Valley Manufacturing company, Wheeling, Ohio Val ley manufactures. THE HOMELIEST MAN H Clarksburg as well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to re lievo mid cure all olironio and Acute coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con sumption. Large bottles Ml cts. and $1 C. E. VANCE. ----- - J. CARL VANCE E R. DAWS A BRO Jjfc Have Sold to wP THE * ** SEE OUR AND FIZSTTTIEBES. CLARKSBURG. - WEST V Vanee Hardware Co ??( UNINCORPORATED ) TFieir Entire Stock -OF CASTORIA for Infants and Children. M Castoria is 10 well adapted to children that 1 reeommend it as super known to me." It A. Aliens*, M. D., Ill 8a Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. T. "The use of 'Castoria la so universal end ita merit* po well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endono it. Few are the intenicent families who do not keep Castoria within ea^y reach." CJaulob JLumnr, D. IX, Kew York City. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stocnash, Diarrhwa, Eructation Kills Worn*, rtr? sleep, and pceoota, t Without injurious abdication. "For several years I have your 'Castoria,' and shall always coSteJTu do so as It has invariably produced bencflrui results." Enwtii F, P.-awns, M. D., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Thz (Sarrsm Comfakt, 77 Mnuur Bmarr, Kiw Toas Crrr. ??A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES S A POLIO TEE IDEAL MODERN WEEKLY. PRICE TEN CEHT8. 54.00 A YEAR. (Bend six cent* for sample copy.) TRUTH 67 Fifth Avenue, New York. AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY. Acknowledged to be Ike mittagtifillj illii Inltd Fob'.italion in (be World. The brightest, wittiest, widest anil most original of all clover Weeklies. Its colored Cartoons nre superior to anything over before produced by any publication. A Specific For Headache, Neuralgia and Rhema. tism. Thirty-two doses for Fifty cents. Put up by R. J. Ciuss, Druggist, Clarksburg, W. Ta. Hull poller Hill Clarksburg, IY. V&% We have recently refitted oui Mill and put in the full rollei system. Will guarantee qualitj of flour made by us equal to any manufactured in the Slate, 01 brought here from adjoinitie States. Bolted Corn Meal, Choice Seed Oats, Corn and Oats Chop Gustom Grist Uor A specially. Satisfaction guaranteed. highest market price paid for CODcSIfcT, OATS. We are buying wheat and payint the highest cash price. Lowndes tic (Ihorpkning Co. A SMART MAN Will not hobble around on crutches when he oan en re his Rheumatism with one bottle of Dr. Drutumond's Light ning Remedy, rioting only $8, bat worth #UK1. EtiNTiiriring Druggists keep it, ur it will 1h. r-eut to any address on receipt tif price. liv the Drummond Medicine Co., 48-Ml Maiden Lime. New York. Agents wanted. 28'J Do you want to become a arat-claM Hook keeperor HtenograpberT If no. ?? would like to direct your atleutlon toParkermburg We have a beautiful location In the'Second Clty'ofW v*.;m?i!nlflcent bnlldlnn,repre senting an expenditure of KD.OOU HO. W e lit young Men and Women for. and assist them In getting well-pay imr positions . During the past y?ar we had more calls (or Book-keepers and Stenograph* ers than we could supply. Your Car Fare Paid one hundred miles when yon register, if both courses are laken. No vacations. Enter now. Catalogue and circulars sent free. Ad* dress Jflountain State Business College, PARKKK8BURG, w. VA. - . - 48 6m. LAW & COMPANY, Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats. Fresh fish on sale. Poultry bought. Your patronage solicited. l'ike Street. I Cl"*>hnnc, W. T? BEST OFFER EVER MADE $5,000 Cash Given Away BY THE CINCINNATI Weekly Enquirer. | Every club of Ten Yearly Sub scribers will get one share of 85,000. Every club of Five Yearly Sub scribers will get one half a share of 85,000. The number of shares is fixed bj j the number of clubs of ten that will ' be received by us from Nov. 1,1893, to March 31, 1894. On an offer of 81,500 last spring, running three months, ending June 30, 1893, for clubs of five, each club agent received $4.53 in cash besides his commissions^ That offer was $500 a month for three months. We now offer 81,000 a month for five months, or a total of $5,000 for five months, besides the regular commissions, wd will \ Guarantee 40 percent 6rossl A full club of five or ten musO come at one time in order to share it this offer. Agents may send as many clute ?j they can raise within time specified and can have papers sent to aiiy address. The WEEKLY ENQUIRESj* tho Largest, Beet, Clean, Moral, Ele vating Dollar Newspaper for a famiJj favorite now printed in the United States. Sample copies free. ENQUIBER COMPANY. CINCINNATI. O | gALE OF TOWN PBOPEBTyT Pursuant to a decree of the C.. Court of Harrison County enter?' the September term 1803, in the chJK ery cause of W. 8. Kidd and oujj : uguinht Cbnrles B. Kidd and otbiW" undersigned Commissioner w"' ? : Monday, (be lltli day of Decew"! 18011. that using the first d?y ? next term of the County Conrt of * * * --'?-'ti-. ? .i ?'ipv tO Court House of saiu , in estate mentioned and wc bill and nroceedings in g"Wg ? to-wit: Ihe house and!ot ?itu?^ the Point Mill, being thesain'>pwlI* in which Margaret E. Kidi , ^ liarn T. Kidd lately particularly mentioned MddMOT the deed made March lOtM?!. ^ William 8. Kidd and wife and ? Margaret li. Kidd and other. ? I ^ in tho proper office in ?id W Deed Hook 73. page250, town erence ia here made. , ; | TERMS OF8ALE:- Cash ? d sufficient to W 'h? and expense of said sale, incin ^ mission, and the residue on^ ( one end two years, Y"^h.?0?reb^" ' on"irom day of sale, the P tl,.UK ooted the bond required of -j , decreo of sale ej,K'rf}hil"tbt.-?t Given under my hand this tn of October. 51-tt