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.Xaon Jeffrey, aged 20, committed suicide l?t<- Thursday afternoon at Her &?ne at Weston. She bad quarreled with Sr.lhlrtllii I. Only a few weeks ago ?be attacked the latter with, a knife With latent to kill her, and wounded bcr .severely. The grand jury is in session ^RjMog^kad the fear that she might ..he. indicted, together with the trouble with her stepmother, led her to take her own'life. She drank carbolic add. The ,aet was discovered too late to save her. great agony. HOLESALE GROCERS KiWlt wholesale grocers of West Virginia '' i JPennoylrsaila, Ohio, 'MaryMd and ? wffl hold a meeting at Pitrlftbrug" 20th. The meeting, it is under Tbr the purpose of t?ld% son? B action on. the question of sugar, although state .grocer;, are reticent, juid .will " '???Sy nothing concerning the purpose for KVpfPdk -lie. meeting has been called, sayt Ki ak that it is for the purpose of .taking. question which is at present deemed BMxpt&nt to be made public. Wi'ffr is- rumored, however, that the H tracer* intend majdng tbe manufacturers W, -adme ?^o some sort of terms regarding '^tl^a oommodity. It will be remembered Kwt several meetings of the grocers of ??.?' were held during the past few discuss this question', but at 5&24B1 times the grocers studiously avoided '' -saying anything concerning the meeting. >It is said the manufacturers ?f sugar Bfe ? -charge the jobbery such a price., for the atufT that it Is Impossible for them to &'^inn any proffts, and that they are compelled to handle it as a mere accom modation to their customers. The price ? oi,sugmr is very low, but One is noth ing In K for the jobbers, and it is said gfcS.tbe meeting is for the purpose of taking ^BnKel action in endeavoring to force the Bi^TbMtnufactui ers to set the commodity at at which there will be at lesst jk:" -some profit in handling H. S. SENATE ADJOURNS TROUBLE AHEAD FOR DEPUTIES WHEH POSSE GOBS TO ABBEST THE INDICTED MIRERS IK KA LEIGH COUHTY. M*aaA Jury Returned Over Two Hundred Indictments Against Miners in That Section of th? State. Charleston, W.Va, March 20.?The United States grand jury has adjourasfl, after being.in session ten days and ing over 250 indictments against rain en* sind. thoe^ who participated in the al leged hold-up of Deputy Marshal ]hn Cunningham at AtldnsviUe, Raleigh county, and in the Stanaford battle be tween miners and deputy-marshals. The indictments charge resistance of federal authority in sow.instannas.and. conspi racy in others. The court has adjourned' until Jnne and neneof the cables will be tried now. De|g|&- Ha^hal Cunningham will orj^amre a posse to secure the-ar rest of the indicted parties, and it4is feared he will meet with trouble when he again visits that ngioq. So. indict menu were returned, against the deputy marshal 'or his guards'wbo" participated in the Stanaford battle. President John Mitchell, of the United Mine Worker., is expected here this week for consulta tion with the attorneys at .the. indidted miners. 11 . ? 4 Colds Are Dangerous. How often you hear it remarked: "Ttfa only^a cold," and ? few days later leant that the man is on his back with pneu monia. This is of such common occur-' rence that a cold, however alight, should not be disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy counteracts any tendency to ward pneumonia. It always cores is pleasant to take. Sold by G. c. Stone, druggist. WEST VIRGINIA PATENTS. Washington, D. C. March 19.?Messrs. Davis A Davis, Wasbintoga patent at torneys, report the grant, this week, of the following patents to residents of this state: George W. Han nan and Cecil A. Rob inson, of Wheeling, for automatic pack ing apparatus. Thomas Edington, of Baihouraville, for a propeller. F. H. Dukesmith, of Charleston, for table and desk". C. W. Damron, of Fairmont, for a single cable mine haul. M. J. Conroy, of Wellsbnrg, for bottle stopper. fugitive from injustice. Say Charley Caldwell of Mayor Van dervort of Parkersbwx. The Honorable Charley Caldwell, state j senator and popular Republican poll ticson today, presented PSrkenburg's j much-talked of mayor, J. W. Vandervort, to Mayer Crile this morning upon their *i*it here. He introduced Mr. Vandervort by ?*ym* that.be was a fugitive from injustice. la speaking of Mayor Vander vort's come in the railroad trouble in that city, Mr. Caldwell said that the j course punned by Mr. Vandervort was right aad the only toe proper under his official oath. He added that Mr. Vaader >ort Is still ? top and will come out (head in the end. EIEGANTLY IMPROVEMENTS AT WELCH'S BABBEB SHOP! fVank J. Welch, the enterprising Third street barber, has Installed soma hand some improvements ia Us up-to-date teosorial parlors. Among these are artistic aad costly giase show i which wees nbstttated for wooden | ten. Mr. Welch is always up with the timss in his line of bostessa-i ' a large and choke patronage. We wottfd like to ask, through! the Too* pajfcr, Iftfaeretaaay who baa Med Green's tar the care of Uver Troablee Hat ?d?an their result*, aocb as , of food. fact, aay trouble connected with the stomach or liver ? This medicine baa been aold for many yean In all civilU ed countries, and we wish to eome pood with yoo aad eeod yon cm of our books tree of coat. If yoa never tried August Blower, try a ZS cent w?wwv*| *?/ sa mt uctlb OObvIO tat. We have never known of lta If ao, something more eertous th? "otter with you. The 2S cent aiae has joat been introduced tbla year. Secular alae 75. cente oentt At m ?DM Kidney trouble hu become so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to be born afflicted with MakUdnen. If the child urinates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reachea an age when it should be able to cosxtxol the riittir It is yet aflUcted with bed-weft ung^aependdjnait, thecauae of thediffi cultv ia kidney trouble, and the first step ahonld be townrda the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble U due to a diseased condition of the kidney* and bladder and not to a habit aa moat people suppose. Women aa well aa men are made mlaer able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same meat remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is sooorealiied. It ia sold by druggists, in fifty cent and one-doUafg size bottle*. Yon may [ have a sample bottle by mail free, also a pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, including many of the thoosanda of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton. N.Y., be sure and mention thia paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dreas, Binghaxnton, N. Y-, on every bottle. COTTRILL ACQUITTED. Harry Stay made-complaint..in- Squire Darid'a court Friday afternoon against B.H. Gottrill,. charging him. with carry ?iag a revolver unlawfully.* He. .Y*a< ar raigned-and tried before the justice, who decided Stay .waa mistaken abont.it be ing unlawful and: the prisoner, was dis charged. : , MB PERMANENT SITUATION Cash paid weakly .for services either a salary and expenses paid, or com mission, to take orders for our Garden Seeds; also Frnit and Flowers. We cary a foil Jine. of the Farm and > ararket Gardeners, so tbat a lire man Mnnot help bnt succeed, as he has the faculties to compete for ail kinds of trace and with different chases of cus tomers. write at once for terms to Hkkbicx Sued Oompant, Rochester . New York. (4m. SHOE SALE Quit* a Batch Appointed by tha Depaxt W?t Viijiaia postmasters have baa* apopinted a* follow*: K. H. Stover, to MKCtd D. H. Wright, at Coll inn, lVohootu enntf; John K. Garrett, to nsnnd J. \V, Bragg. at iU. Hope. Kavettc count; Anthony \V. Wag root, to >tnrrnl K. E. Pritchard. at Pritchanl. Ritchie mint; H. O. Brannon, to ninriii O. H. Urovea. at Rill*. Calhoun count: CharlM M. Callahan. to succeed Wm. S. Hunt, at KMdK Ritchie county. Rural fre delivery carrier* wars ap pointed for new route* in Weat Virginia aa follow*: Volga. Delbart C. Hall; Xicklow, Geo. P. Kine*; Bclingon, Dorwin B. Teler; Philippi. .lame* B. Ianer. OLD JAIL BUILD IHG RAZED. The contractor* for the new jail and sheriff-* rewdence have the old jail bond ing nearly raaed. The walla hare all been tom down had nothing but tha foundation and the iron cell work remain. They expect to begin work on the new atructure next week. Excavation for the foundation ia under way.. ARMED ASAIRST ' FALORE is the man or woman with a teak aocuuatr?good start fur A child, too. Do poor dollar-dropping- Into (be Saving* bank and bard times, sickness and old age need bkn no terrors for you. Tour mooey as se cure bete; your money grows here. R. T. Lowndes & Go. " Sa.vinga Bv.uk. ] SHOE SALE Emshkamcie isoismici Had you not better mke sure NOW that you have a strong compny? You have no risk to runwihus. Wereprssent' only first class-compan!ts. the time tried and fire tested. i . ? i Sal H. ?app $ Bo. Fire Insurance Agents, Goff Block. Main St Clarksburg SHOE SALE SHOE SALE YOUR PATRONAGE SOUCITED. CUNNINGHAM BROS. 118 THIRJD ST. v v CLARKSBURG, W. m yj m CREATES! SHOE BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN GLARKSRI It is up to you to get twice your money'fe worth. Look a.t the reduction in prices. Just a.bout half. don't you see? These are only a. few of the $3,000.00 Stock of Shoes 1 We are running off at reduced prices, to make room for the largest, most complete up-to-date stock of shoes ever shown in this city. Ks" Shoe Co's. ?Own Make latter $1:95 it-.*. ThtruwflM Iamajoh-Browh ShOEQi'S: mMfc $1.95 k.v* Tkn mb Thar ?m mj* Mg now -1. f;gg: -.Yv*:; . ^ rv . Btir Maklnslt sain. ?????; IVlen's, Women's and Childress a REDUCED IN PRICES. UNEQl/ALED. This is not & fire sale, bat the next thing to it as to.prioes, they are so low. All goods are first dassin xi^ .j r At_?r ^ 1 . . We mtsjn to close them oat at once. Take advantage of th?? great opportunity. .