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FAI1UIONT. MIhb Frances Morton, teacher at (Morgant own , and Miss Sadie Mays, tea/chef* at .Graftpn, attemV'd the closing exereises of Dnnbar school Friday, May 26th. Mrs. 10. \j. Morton entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Hamilton, Misses Florence Cobb and Hazel Carter. Miss Lena Jackson, who is a stu dent at Howard University, is home to spend her vacation with her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. If. H. Jackson. Joshua Hawkins, of Wheeling ?pent last week here with friends and relatives. Master George Edward Morton is Improving from his recent illness. Miss Florence Coob left. Wednes day, June 1st, for her home in Co in m(b us, O. Miss Cobb has taught two very successful terms here and all hope for her return another year. Dr. Ilobt. McDantels and Miss Frances Morton, of Morgantown, at tended the school picnic here Mon day, May ;U)th. While here they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Morton. E. I i. Morton. Chas. Williams. James Taylor and Win. Fortune at tended the meeting of the K. of P. district lodge at Clarksburg, last week. Miss Frances Morton left last week for her home in Pomeroy, af ter spending a few days with her brother and family. Miss Elva Hall i* much improved after an operation for throat trou ble. The surprise parry given Miss Florence Cobb and Mrs. F. H. Jack 6on "by the young people, was a very enjoyable affair. Dr. T. 11. Nichols and W. O . Armstrong spent Sunday visiting at Grant Town. Wm. O. Armstrong left Thursday for his home in Boston, Mass. Mrs. Chas. Hamilton and baby, left for an extended visit with her parents at 1't. Pleasant. She was accompanied as far as Mannington "by her husband. Mrs. .Tessie Atkins was visiting in Clarksburg last week. The closing exercises of Dunbar school were held Friday, May 26th, at the school ball. An operetta, entitled. "Cinderella in Flowcrland" was played. The costumes were unique, the chorus pretty and the acting throughout was splendid for children. The play was attended by j a large audience and highly enjoyed and appreciated. Much praise was given the teachers. Received last week too late for publication. Ed. IJOWISBUIUi. John \V. Love is here from Mor gan College to spend the summer vacation with his parents. Peter Jackson and wife, came Saturday from Huntington, to visit relatives. George Gardner, and family re turned Thursday from Charleston, where they have been for several days. Mrs. George Carter, who has been visiting in -Rich wood, returned Wed nesday. j The lawn fete at the parsonage Wednesday was well attended and every one had a most .enjoyable time. Miss Kate Marshall was called to Richmond, Thursday, on account of I he death of her ?isier. Miss Sallie Freeland entertained Mesdames 10. A. Boiling, Virginia Robinson and Rose Freeland at Thornwold, Friday. Miss Valma Hays and Callie .lack son, C. A. Robinson and A. D. Seams, attended the uniform exam inations at Ronceverte. The Children's Day exercises of the M. E. Church were held Sunday afternoon. The 'program was ex ceptionally well rendered, the sing ing and recitations being the best in several years. _ fhe eollcction amounted to $10. On. Rev. J. C. Love delivered a spe cial sermon to the Sunday School Sunday. The lawn party given by the local lodge A. F. and A. M. at Dr. Clay's Thursday evening, was a success. FREE FREE Tlii* Handsome Gainsborou gh BARRETTE With every one of our latest style Cluster Puffs - ? v# . > ? ' 24 *mall puffs to a set, made tf* 1 5tom long natural liair, lor tj) X ?VrvJ Manv other fashionable styles. Booklet upon request. Send droft, money or ex press order. C^ish and stamps At send er's risk. NATT & CO.. Dept. 1 32 Union Square Eut, New Y prk KONCKYUKTK. Amerlcus Dandridge ami little son who have boon 011 a visit to relatives at Fayette, returned home last week. Mrs. Kate Eldrige is visiting re latives at Staunton. Ya. Mrs. Zeitie Hill, of Cleveland, and Mrs. Rachel Peterson, of Youngs town, O., who wt>re guests of their lister. Mi-s. D. K. Hickman, for a tew days last week, left for Frank foul. Ky., accompanied by iheir sis ter to visit their parents. Rev. Reed tilled his appointment at Alderson, Sunday. Misses Florence Green and Helen Woodly returned home Saturday from visiting friends at Marllnton. Mrs. A. E. Sweeney, accompanied bv her daughter, visited her brother. Frank Peck, at Brush Ridge. He recently had his leg fractured but is getting along nicely. Mrs. Lavenia Johnson, who has been a patient at Holly's Sanitarium at Hinton, returned iu health. G. E. Cousins, who came from Charleston to attend the Red Men Thanksgiving services, returned home Sunday night. Uniform Teacher's Examination was held, here last Thursday and Friday and the following teachers attended: Misses Lula Brinkly, Ab bie ('handler. Florence Cousins, Elizabeth Davis, Olivia Davis, Mat tie Freman, Sadie Hendorson, \ alma Hayes, Cortez James. Callle Jackson. Xannie Jones, Francis Woodson. Letitia Williams ?nd Mrs. A. K. Dandridge. Messrs. Ed. Boi ling, Walter Bolen, Thos. Edmunds, Andrew Robinson. Arthur Seams. Prof. 10. A. Bolliug, Sr., principal of Lewisburg graded school was exam iner. Preston Loving a very well known young man who died at Charleston was buried here Thursday evening. Miss Bertha Gardner, of Lewis burg, was a visitor here last week. A large congregation attended chll dren's day services at the Baptist church Sunday evening. A very in tersting program was rendered and a good collection taken up. The lawn fete given under the aus pices of members of the Baptist church at the school house Thurs day night was a financial success. Thanksgiving services of Red Men r?.nd Daughters of Pocahontas were held Sunday at the M. E. church. Invocation E.d. Dixon Singing choir. Responsive Reading By Tribes Redmanship John Eggleston Anthem Choir Essay "Pocahontas Miss Minnie Allen Song Mrs. Ed. Dixon Benefits of order. ... D. R. Hickman Annual Address UCl* *i .Rev. Howard white At lieni; offering. Benediction. Mn. Mary Brown presided at the I organ and the chcir rendered cxeel I lent music. CLAltKSUL'llU. Rev. X. T. lvenney h?pt> returnert from [joints in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Mr. ami Mrs. Monroe are the proud parents of a son. Miss Bird Hone attended the com- j mencement exercises at Parkersourg last week. Mrs. James Davis and children, who have been visiting Mrs. Maria Littleton, returned to Buckhannon Thu rsday. On Tuesday night a large number witnessed the play given by Mrs. Nellie Wilson at Trinity M. E. I church. Miss Mabel Kone has returned from Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn., to spend the summer with her mother. K. W. Jones, of Bel pre, O.. gave a very instructive entertainment at Pride Chapel Monday evening. A goodly number was in attendance. A number of students of the West Virginia Institute passed thro' the city Monday enroute lo their respec tive homes. Miss Ophelia Washington has re turned home from Institute where she attended school at the W. V. C. I. Miss Amelia Lowry, who graduat ed this year at the West Virginia Colored Institute, is expected home soon. Mrs. Florence II uffin leaves this week for an extended trio to the New England Stales. 1). H. Kyle left Wednesday for Charleston where he expects to en gage in the insurance business for the summer. OflMjiroTHH, <). (Jeorge l licks, .lr.. came home last week from 'Kansas City to be pres ent nt his brother's graduation from the city high school. Ralph Cunningham left Monday morning for Pittsburg. Pa., where ho will spend the summer vacation. Rev. I,. I). Scott, pastor of Allen Temple, Cincinnati, stopped over a few hours Saturday on his way from Parkersburg, where he delivered the address to the graduating class of the city high school. Louis Scott was visiting Cincinnati Sund ay. Miss Fsther Walker and brother, Rev. Walker are attending the com mencement at Wilberforce, O., this j week. Miss Hanah R. Davis will give a social at her home Friday night, i Dj\ S. S. Jordan and wife returned Saturday from Clqvland O.. where they were attending the State Medi cal Association. Mis. Mamie Bates visited in Cleve land last week. Children's - Day exercises will be hold in the auditorium of Quinn Chapel A. M. E. church Sunday night at 7:30. The annual picnic of Quinn Chap el Sunday school and the Kingston Sunday school will he given at the Old Fair ground on Friday June 30. The First Baptist Church parson age lias been raised and front part of ^ho present building will be made twos stories ami a new room added. BANCROFT. The Ladies Improvement League with Mrs. Phillips Shanks, of Plym outh. Thursday afternoon. After the business one hour was spent in fancy work and refreshments were served by the hostess. They ad journed to meet with Mrs. J. W. Sawyers, of Petsey, June 15. Miss Virginia <S<nlth. of Winifrede, who has been visiting her cousin, Miss Laura Smith, of Plymouth, the past two weeks, has returned to her home. Mrs. H. 11. Hill. of Plymouth, went to the Charleston General Hos pital Thursday where she was operat ed on F riduy. She is doing nicely. Miss Lotie Winters, of Gallipolls, O., is the guest of MrS. H. A. Jones, of Plymouth, this wpek. Miss Viola Smith, of Plymouth, has returned home to spend her va cation. Mrs. M. T. Sinclair and Miss Lot tie Winters attended the graduating exercises at Institute Monday morn ing. Mrs. Daniel Jackson, of Plymouth and little daughter Goldie are visit ing relatives in Virginia. Mrs. Simon Woods, of Betsey is is somewhat indisposed this week. Miss Minnie Coles, of Raymond, was the guest of Mrs. Hale Dicker son, Monday. SMITH ERS AM) LOXCiACKK. Sunday being Hume Rally day. Rev. B. A. Brooke, of Charleston, preached two able sermons. Garfield Taylor, who was ? hurt some time ago. in the mines, is im proving rapidly at the Sheltering Arms hospital. Tlie Woman's Improvement lea gue is doing good work for the church. Rev. B. A. Brooks was entertain ed at dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Daulton. James Coats, of London, and many other friends attended services here Sunday. Mrs. F. Coleman and daughter, Mrs. E. Mays, of London, were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al. G- w inn. Rev. W. Page, of Raymond City, and son. Acquila and daughter. Miss Mary, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lewis. Mrs. F. Oatneal and, daughter Annie, of Ward, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Susie Saunders. Mrs. E. Havden and Mrs. A. Stepto, Mrs. F. Jones, and Mrs. B. Kimp. sj>onf Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Watt Smith. Mrs. James Coats, of London, was the Tuesday guest of Mrs. B. B. Daulton. KliKIXS. Children's Day was observed at the A. M. 10. churcn, Sunday. A unique program was rendered. Mr. and Mrs. T> C. Crosby left Monday for their home in Chester, South Carolina. The following named persons have arrived from Rock Hill, S. C.: Randolph Taylor, Miss C. B. Beck wit h and Mr. and Mrs. lloipe. Prof. \j. O. Wilson arrived here Saturday and lectured to the local lodge K. of P. Nettie Madison, of Buckhannon, is a visitor this week. Dan Hall is up and out again. Mrs. Roscoe is in fhe hospital and may have to sirbmit to an operation. Mrs. Jane Williams is improving. Rev. T. H. Allevne left, Tuesday for Willerforce University, to at tend commencement. Mr. and MrsrDtckersoTi have re turned from Washington, I). C.. and are still in the service of Senator Davis. Alice Brown has enlarged her hair shop and is doing well. At A. M. E. church, Sunday, the annual sermon of True Reformers will be preached by T. H. Allcyne. The new pews for A. M. E. church will be in Sunday, twenty-fifth. Rev. S. P. West, of Clarksburg will preach. I IJKO W N S V 1 1 <1 > K? PA. The annual sermon of the Knights of Pythias was preached by Rev. ('has. A. McGee, of Cannonsburg, Sunday, .lune 1th. The tneeting was opened by an address by Prof. C. W. Florence. Rev. McGee struck the key-note on Pythianism. The Uniontown orders turned out in full with the Brownsville Pythlans and Court of Calanthe. Music was fur nished by the Uniontown band. Rev. McGee preached to a crowded house, 'both at 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. Rev. H. F. Anderson, of Uniontown, and Presiding JOlder, Rev. R. S. Bumey, were present also. Quarterly meeting was held bv Elder Bumey, Monday evening, June 5 th. An unusual occurrence in the presence of a vested choir of 17 boys from the Uniontown A. M. 10. church added greatly to the interest of the Sunday evening service. The music rendered by the young men was in i every way commendable. Rev. C. A. McGee and Rev. R. S. . Bumey were guests at the home of J W. W. Pronty, Sunday night and Monday. Vv Mm. Chas. Carpenter is much Im proved in hoalth anil i? now able to be up. Miss Kva Maxwell, of Bra&nell, culled on tho Mlssts Pronty, Tues day. Miss Mattie S. IMonty, principal of the Morgautown school, came home last Saturday for her summer vacation. Dr. J. Katherine IMonty. who Is now located in Wheeling came homo Tuesday, for a few nays' recreation. Mrs. 1 4. R. English, of Pike Run. spent Tuesday with her father, W. \V. Pronty. Old friends are shaking hands with Chas W. L*an?n. who recently returned from Howard Unverslty for his summer vacation. Misses Susie and Blanch Carpen ter of Monongahela City, are visit - irs their grandmother. Mrs. M. Pey ton. ? ? ... - Memorial Tablet to Prof. Jones Unveiled Alumni Association of High School Where h? Mas Principal Honor Memory of Late President, of the West Virginia Colored Institute. Wheeling, June ? Last night, the Lincoln school alumni. with their invited gnosis, the Wheeling Patriarchie ; the J. McHenry Jones Brotherhood and a nost of friends, met in the auditorium of Lincoln school and held appropriate exercis es at which time a memorial taiblet to the memory of James RlcHenry Jones was unveiled. The tablet is a very beautiful memorial, being made of white marble with gold let tering, thus: "To the Memory of James Mc Henry Jones, Principal of Lincoln High School, Born August 2 8, lSf>9; Died Sept. 22, 1909. Erected by the Lincoln School Alumni, 1911." The following program was ren dered which was most thoroughly enjoyed by all present: Invocation, Rev. G. W. \V. Jenkins Song ? -America The Alumni Address Pres. 12 r nest Berry Reading ? "institute School Song", composed by J. Mcllenry Jones, Mrs. Winters. Address I. Henry Rainbow Piano ? "In the Sweet Bye and Bye Mrs. Johns Address ..... . Prin. J. W. Hughes ?Song ? "Lead Kindly Light, Alumni Wiith the exception of Principal Hughes, the program was rendered by the alumni momoers. The prin cipal address of the evening, that of Mr. Raintbow, deserves special mention, as it portrayed the life and, character of J. McHenry Jones and his good work in this community, and the state. Mr. Berry and Mr. Hughes also made excellent talks.1 After the rendition of "Lead Kindly Light." the alumni marched to the lower hall, where, near the main en trance, the tablet bad been placed. Mrs. Anna Williams, of Washington, I). C., one of Lincoln's first grad uates, and Win. Dennis, of the sec ond class, unveiled the tablet in the presence of the organisation, after which two lines were formed, leav ing ?pace between which the Wheel ing Patriarchie marched with uncov ered heads and viewed the beauti ful tribute to him who was one of their number. The order was fol lowed by the J. McHenry Jones Brotherhood of Simpson church, and then the general public. Every one who witnessed the loving trib ute of the Lincoln School Alumni, declares it to be a worthy testimon ial to the former principal of Lin coln School, the one whom the pub lic and patrons loved, honored and revered. executive Board Distributes Funds Denominational School at JHill Top and Other Interests arc provided for by Kxecutive Hohi'cI of the Baptist Sunday School Convention. The Kxecutive Board of the West. Virginia Baptist Sunday School Con vention held a meeting at the First. Bairtist church, Friday night. for the purpose of completing the work of the last session of the conven tion. At. eight o'clock President A. P. Straughter called the meeting to or der and appointed Rev. ,T. J. Turner to conduct the opening devotlonals. Secretary J. W. Scott called the roll which showed that the following members were present.: President A. P. Straughter. Hinton; Secretary .1. W. Scott, Huntington: Treasurer Rev. D. Strattoft, St. Albans; (J. W. Winston, Huntington; W. W. Hall, White Oak; Monroe Peyton. (Jauley Bridge; Mr*. Helen Farrar. (Charles ton; Muss Nannie Watkins, Mc Dowell, and Rev. J. J. Turner, Mt. ! Carbon. Editor Milton Malone, Prof. .1. M.. Arter, Rev. B. R. Reed and R. Cl. Mcfver, were present as visitors and took part in suggesting plans for carrying on the wurk. The disbursement, of money claim ed the greater 'part of the lengthy , session. The Hill Top School re ceived the largest appropriation.1 which was $525. The o-ther part of the fund wa? naid out in apportion ments from $10 to $20 amounts. The following delegates and mes ? ?ir -'r. ?****?* Ben gen* were elected to National I "Baptist Convention: Prof. J, W. I Scott: West Virginia Baptist v State I convention, Mrs. Julia 4?r?en;^ Wo-| man's Baptist Convention. MUa Ada! Wright; New River V alloy Baptist I Association, J. W. Cain; Flat Topi Baptist Association. MIbs Nannie L. I Wat kins; Mt. Olive Waptlst Assocla-I tlon. Miss Hazel Holman; Mt. Zlon I Baptist Association, Rev. J. J. Tun-1 ner; Woman District Association of I Flat Top, Rev. R. H. McKoy; Tygart | Valley Baptist Association, Rev. .1.1 J. Turner. The following were elected as I Board O [Reel's: President, A. P. I Straughter; Secretary*? *>cptt; I Treasurer, Rev. J . J. 'Turner. r The I plans for conducting Sunday School I union ottered by Rev. J. .1. Turner I ?were adopted and the missionary] was Instructed to effect the organl- 1 zation as speedily as conditions | would allow. Bluefield Institute CLOSKI> SUCCESSFUL SESSION, U\ST WKKK AND LAIMiE CLASS IS tiRADUATKl). I Music a Feature Playing of Joseph Violin ist, Adds Much to the Occasion. State Superintendent S|?eaks K11 couratfiugly to liumlre<fc? Present. .Bliretteld, June S ? Wednesday, June 7th, marked the close of anoth er successful year. The exercises bewail Friday even ing. June 2nd. with the presentation of "Valley Farm", a four-act drama. This i>lay was given in April for the benefit of the Athletic Association, and was so well received, it was re quested that it be repeated. A large and appreciative audience wit nessed it Saturday evening came a rare treat to the lovers of music. The exercises of the pupils in the music department were rendered. inter spersed with selections from Joseph Douglass* of Washington, D. C., the greatest violinist of the race. The audience, seemingly, tried to ex haust Mr. Douglass' store of selec tions, for he was encored every time he rendered a selection, and seemingly his store was inexhaust ible. The following program was rendered : Oh, Italia. Ttalia, Bloved (from Lucryia) . . . .? . . . Domizettl Ballata and Bizzarrla (for piano, 12, hands) Pagnoncille Misses Meadows, Johnson, Iluglies. Smith, Lewis, Pleasants. Dorothy Smith Miss B. Warren Fifth Nocturne Ley bach Miss 10. Smith Wlaltz, "Kiss of Spring .... Nesola Master B. Coleman "Melody of Love" "Lewis Miss L. Meadow Violin Solo, "Scenes de la Csarda" : . . Huibary Mr. Joseph Douglass Vocal Duet, "What Will Your Ans wer Be?" Miss F. Johnson Dance of a Demon Hoist Miss M. Lewis II Trovatore Dorn -Miss -S. Pleasants Parade Review (two Pianos, eight hands) Engl em an Misses Walden, Jones, Coleman, Master Walden Piano Solo ? (a) Overture, Wienia waski (ft>) Conzetta D. Ani'brosia (c) Mazurka de Concert Mu?in Mr. Douglass Vocal Solo, "Violets" Mr. N. Mitchell Romance of AHcc (with variH-t-ions) Miss S. Hughes Grand Festival March (two pianos, eight hands) Fugleman Violin Solo ? (a) A Ixindlied .... Natchez Vieuxtemps ivir. nougiass On Sunday the annual sermon was j'preftched by Kev. Sherrell of the Raleigh St. ('lunch. Rev. Sherrell'* text w hh from * Isaiah 45:5. "I have girded thee, though thou hast not known me" and his theme was "your appointment of God." 'Monday evening, June 5t.h, The First Year normal elans furnished the entertainment for an audience of six or eight hundred. Mr. Doug lass furnished the musical ipart of this program. Tuesday evening tame the exer cises of the second and third yea? normal class which a large and ex pectant. audience attended ? large because the weather was pleasant and expectant because they thought Mr. Douglass would furnish anothei musical treat, but he was compelled to fill another engagement in Wash ington, Wednesday, so he left Tues day morning. The graduating exercises were first appointed for Wednesday at 10 a. m . , but the graduating class pe ititiomyi the sui^ri n tend/en t for a change to the evening, promising a large audience in return. They mad< good' for Superintendent Shawkey said in addressing the audience that he was glad to see all present and.] that the whole of [Jluefleld must , FISH CO. 28 m 30 CAPITOL ST. * vi- ? , ? ' n ' ? 1 1 Beef, Veal, Mutton, Pork, Fresh Pork Sausage OUR OWN MAKE. J Try our machine sliced Hams and Bacon POULTRY The best qualities in all the popular kinds of Cheese We want your patronage for we have complete stock in our lines and you can get it when you want more. j I GO TO I. E. NICHOLS FOR THE ICE CREAM THAT TASTES LIKE MORE Either Plain or in Brick Special Prices and Dealers 602 Virginia St. Wholesale Only Both Phones have been there. A'bout a thousand were present. Every available seat on the grounds was brought into ?ommission, and no standing room was left. The following program was ren dered : Chorus ? "Oh, Italia, Italia, Beloved* Music ? "Springtime," .... Chorus 'What America Owes the Negro",. i J. \j. Brown 'Victory from Defeat", Dorcas Wan zer 'Work of the Teacher and the Taught" Julia 10. Brown Solo Maynard ilolley "The Life of Paul Lawrence Dun bar" AViley Brown 'The Value of Life" . .\Stella Froe T5elF Reltancc*^; Clara A?bHt>oH ?>olo Dorcas Wanzer 'Scientific Farming" Delbert Dunlap "Attemlpting Many Things, Accom , plishing Few" . . Lucy Maynard 'Opportunities iti tne West" ..... . Noy Mitchell Solo Earl Campbell "Effects of the Science of Chemistry Upon Civilization" . . U. A. Shell 'The Price of Success" Anna George 'The Need of Ministers" M. N. .Johnson Class Song At the conclusion of the program 5upt. Shawkey was called on for an \ddress. He said many good things . and expressed himself as pleased with the work of the school and the 'oyal support of the citizens of this section. He emphasized especially he "value of education" and tlie 'Importance of night Living". Af er addressing the audience, he U>oke to the graduating class and ?resented the dl'plomas. The Alumni Association held its neeting Wednesday afternoon at ? A'hich a program was rendered. Wednesday evening, after the graduating exercises were over, the i graduating class and faculty were nvited to the dining room by I he ' jtlumni association where refresh ments were served and thus ended a 'deasant week of entertainment and i profitable year of school work. This year has been good for the "boys on the ball field. Thursday, une 1st. they played B ram well two games, winning one. Friday they Jl played the strong Tazwell nine, win ning two games, and another Sat nrday morning. ?Saturday afternoon they defeated Graham. A series of seven games was played with Taz well "B. (\ "1." winning four. A series of three games with Graham and Bramweil each, B. C. I. winning (wo out of each series. (\ K. Lewis. W. L. Manggruin, Albert Lewis, and .lames Henry Leo have done excellent work in the ?pitchers' hox this season. Albert Lewis, Allie Young and Simon Hol ley have done the receiving. . 1 4 > \ DRIvADI l L WOrXI) from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail. U re work sr ? r . oil _ any -jQtlie r . na t ' t re. demands ]>rompt treatment wit:; Bucklen's Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest, surest, healer for all such wounds as also for Hums, Roils, Sores. Skin Km pt ions, lOc/.ema. ?('happed Hands, Corns or Piles. 'J*,': at all d rugglsts. G-l-4 t . WHAT IS II? Ton unci twenty year eombl nation distribution certitleate of membership as devised by the Ameriean Workmen Fra ternal Insurance Company, of Washington, I). (\, one of the most liberal, strongest and re liable fraternal Institutions In the Held. For further partieu lars see D. E. V. JORDAN (ieneral Ay.ent for West V'a. Ofllee: Hoom i!, K. of I\ BUlg. Charleston, W. V'a. 1 00 A OF, NTS WVN'IKD.