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rapCUUHremjHG. Dec. 13.?The eoun|<f
CDBrt Tuesday evening; appointed
; at?Or?Go(f, John J. Davis and Henry
jfgmimd a committee to report on
RHwahtobaMIity and cost of a tablet,
Ha* 4reS' as its location, intended to
orate the. lnltitJ meeting that
Iormatlon of the State
, as shown by the folresented
to the court:
rs respectfully roprenorable
body (but on
fcprll, 1861, there was
: house that formerly
Kind occupied by the
a large meeting of
urrlson county which
er by John Hursey,
1 Harris as secretary,,
meeting the following
adopted:
It bo and Is hereby
aunties composing
Irginla, to appoint
i than five In number,
best and dlscreetlst
I Mm. lo meet In convention In Wheel X
4m the 13th day of May next to
MMtt'-Md determine upon such acta
as tfra people of North Western
rkslnla should take In this fearful
jfcl Waldo P. Golf, John J. Davis,
Ikaaoa L. Moore, William K' Lyon.
>Jtx Storm, Benjamin F. Shut.'Llenrtf
and James Lynch, he anil arc
JWSlir appointed delegates, to repreoat
tkl* county In said convention.
The above resolution, calling on the
' VnetK Wnutomi Vifpitlltl tt%
| nemiite In Wheeling was promptly
i ncanties comprising the .State of West
l||gtfMras therein requested, and these
SffiijjhtBta* assembled In Wheeling on
lltfa day of May, 1861, the conI
V veatkn holding Its meetings in Wash!?
uAAAAaAaAaaaAM
j| FAIRM
Prices from $5.75
B8?yi X Make very acceptable iti
R3 5 Oar store is full of iiiteri
P|p|'5? which will be appreciated.
?X. For Gentlemen? we mijj
3f orris Chair, comfortable
Eg.' ' w- Pipe Racks or Stool.
RS1&W For Mother?Rocker, Ce
X Table, Work Tabic, China 1
fe I Visit the Store W
j FAIRIVI
Your ^ ?ll of whom wore
present at the meeting held fit the
court house aforesaid, further represent'that
this Interesting and historic I
event occnrylng as it did at a trying
and stormy period In our Nation's history
and showing a courage worthy
of emulation, and resulting In (Ranging
the destinies and government of t
the people of Virginia, west of the '
mountain, Is fast passing from the
minds of men, and suggest that for
the benefit of coming generations .
should be commemorated by a suits,
ble tablet placed In the present court
nuusu UUIIUIUfi iu auiuc HWDinuiuwi |
place.,
Your petitioners for the purpose of ,
carrying out the object set forth
above request that the court appoint
a committee to ascertain and report
as follows:
First, To recommend a BUltable tablet
for the purpose suggested and ascertain
Its cost
Second, To select and recommend
tbe place where the tablet should be ,
located In the court house building, ;
"and report its action to the court for ;
Its future consideration.
All of which Is respectfully submitted,
December 11. IflOO.
JOHN .1. DAVIS,
B. F. SIIUTTI.EWORTH,
ALEXANDER C. MOORE,
flBNRY HAYMOND,
I. P. R. ASH,
JASPER Y. MOORE,
E. B. HURSEY.
B. BROWN STOUT.
But two of the delegates sent to the
Wheeling convention from the Clarksburg
meeting arc now living. They
nro John J. Davis and Benjamin r.
Shuttleworth.
Such a tablet ought by all means
lo J).! placed In the court house here
and as the report will favor It, It Is
I he belief thai the court will have strlt
tt. tablet placed.
"But, Tommy," said his mother,
didn't your conscience tell you you
were doing wrong?"
"Yes'm," replied Tommy; "but 1
don't believe everything 1 hear." ?
Philadelphia Press.
Buy your books of barney I.loyd,
Globe Book Store, XVatson Hotel building.
tf
OIMT FU
J NUZUM <5c
Hr incmbci
ff liujis p
/ guuran
i propr \
Annto
4x3. $11
Antltii
upwards
sizes an
We \
mornin
sinus.
Keiv.iuu
k atolinn:
8 Hull Hi
your c<
event woods, Rook wood, MaGolden
Oak, AVeathercS
t'ts Sir young Indies. |m
sting tilings 1liat make gifts Ifcg
rlit suggest a Shaving Stand,
11 . i. .. /it... i / / m. : iv?..:
ItflCKlT, I I'il'ITO, I UIUUIMCK 'l liis
mcntio
tlitl vit
iucIi, Kitchen Snhhiet, Sewing ,
Closet, Tnborett, Jggliner orpredic!
\Vo so
when
here You Will Find Gifts
IONT Fl
t. Nuzum & I
LtCTED AS VICE PRESIDENTS
OF W. VA. HOTEL KEEPERS'
ASSOCIATION.
v
HUNTINGTON, Dec. 13.?The execltlve
session of the West Virginia
Hotel Keepers' Association held la
he assembly room at the Frederick
ras full of Interest and attended by
lotel proprietors from all parts of the
State. More tban sixty piembers were
iiresnt At the' close of the executive
session the election of offices for
the ensuing year took place, the result
being as follows:
President, Rj J. Gasley, Waldo hotel,
Clarksburg, re-elected.
Secretary and treasurer, C. D.
Thompson, Brunswick hotel, Wheeling,
re-elected.
Vice Presidents, J. F. Conawny,
Watson hotol, Fairmont: J. A. Hearndon,
New Martinsville; Fred Bartlett,
Bartlett hotel, Mannlngton; C.
D. Johnson, Blchwood, and B. G. Willlams,
Fairmont.
The legislative and executive committees
wero apoplnted by the president
and are as follows:
Georgo O. Taylor, Ruffner hotel,
Charleston, chairman.
Homor Smith, Phoenix hotel,
Point Pleasant.
L. H. Cox, Hotel Frederick, Huntington.
Harry Mcl.ure, McLuro house,
Wheeling.
I. C. Woodford, Jackson hotel,
Parkersburg.
Executive committee:
E. B. Carney, Windsor hotel, Wheeling.
L. K. Crump, Glenwood hotel, Kenova.
Ed. Brast, Chancellor hotel, Parkersburg.
C. E. VanKuren, Grand Central
hotel, Wheeling.
R. L. O'Neal, Hotel Frederick, Huntington.
Charleston was unanimously chosen
as the next place ot meeting.
The meeting closed with the banquet
tenderd at the Frederick. It
was a feast worthy of landlords, as
I RIM ITU F
ROSS, Props.
BIMTBST" E
MAKE
Christmas Gifts "
ie elonioiits of an ideal Holft
are combined in the Ori- '
tig. It is beautiful, it ,is ar- i
t might be milled a luxury. dW
ivo all it possesses praeticn! /iU
and wearing qualities of
host order. In tiio purchase KM
ntal Hugs it is well to rer
that 1be first element of KS
id wisdom is the ehoice of K
r of absolute integrity.
iirciinseii in mi us Dear our . ,
too of genuineness and of
,-aluntioii. ^
Han Rugs, Sizes from 2x3 to
.50,
le Daglstand Rugs from $30
i. Twelve different styles,
d designs. An
rill put on display Tuesday ?wil
2 50 Bugs, comprising Per- Mais]
Iioklinviis, Raloocliistans, .
i, Karma ns, Dagistans, An- ^ Ma
i. etc., all different sizes,
tnners, etc. They are worth
msidcrntinn. tioniz
UPORTS, COUCHES, BOX
CHES, BED COUCHES,
Etc. Wc
department is well worm fueua
niiii;. You will find splen- " p,.^
l'<'i Othi
simjrr.Nl you buy curly. \W Cott
t this the busiest Xmas yet. $1.50.
I the L'onds awnv. -Deliver All
y?u request. $3.50 i
That are Useful as W
JRNITUF
loss, Props. 1:
Cauterne
Consomme D"Vo)atlle
Boiled Kennebec Salmon, Shrlm
sauce
Potatoes Ducbesse
Sliced Cucumbers
Fillet of Beef, Larded, With Must
rooms.
Asparagus en Branches
Burgundy
Punch Bomalne
Quail Blrde on Toast
Tomatoes Mayonals
Moet and Chandoa
"tXTht+a Spal
Hazelnut Ice Cream Call
Roquefort Cheese
Crackers Appolinarl
Cafe Noir.
Those In charge of the affairs wei
fortunate In having for toastmastc
Hon. George J. McComas, who pe
formed the duties of the ever dl
Bcult-position with an ease and grac
known only to the scholar and read
public speaker.
THE NEWCOMER.
From the New York Times.
A new little presence
Has corn.? to the house,
But nolsv the precincts.
Not still as a mouse.
There's no one who troubles
To manifest joy,
And nobody questions '
"A girl or a boy?"
No person takes Interest
In hue of Its eye,
In kin it resembles
Or dpnth of its cry.
In sweet sclf-improtance
And ignorance glue,
In Ignorance blissful
Ilts glad moinentB flee.
Ah, surely you know him,
There hallmarks confirm
The member of Congress
Who serves his first, term.
?McLANDBUHHH SVILSO
Call and see our circulating libra
of latest copyright books of Actio
(llobe Book Store, Watson Hotel buli
ing.,
If you want a camera) get a Prctr
We are agents. Clyde S. Holt, 3
Main street.
Vases in all styles and shapes. S
litem. CLYDE S. HOLT.
IE CO. i
; <
s Store With a Record I j
1?I
Maish ^
omfort for .
^Christmas
y one?man or woman
il be delighted with a
i Comfort for Christmas.
tish Laminated i Cotton
a Comforts have revolu...
;ed bed covering, f
& <
(xuriously warm/
^nderfully light,
have done away with
ilthful, heavy covers.
11 and see the new Maish
:orts in the latest and
attractive patterns,
zes?crib to extra large.
irnMmSSk ..yes
from $2.90 to $4.50.
ers $1.00 up.
on .Blankets .from .$1.00,
Wool Blankets, full size,
and $4.50.
ell as Ornamental.
ir aa
I
19 Main Street. ;
p MOODY. BONAPARTE. METCALF ,
AND STRAUSS OET SANCTION
OF UPPER HOUSE.
i. WASHINGTON. Dec. 13.?The Sen- *
ate to-day confirmed the nominations 1
of William H. Mood)-, of Massachu- I
setts to be an associate justice of the {
Supreme court of the United States; i
Charles J. Bonaparte, of Maryland, to '
e be Attorney General; Victor H. Metcalf,
of California, to be Secrvtary of j
tie N&vy, and Oscar S. Strauss, of
e New Fork, to be Secretary of Com- !
irerce. ' 1
s The opposition to Messrs, Moody 1
ant Bonaparte, which had bene raised
e in the Senate, by a cumber of DetnoH
cratic Senators, was not si rongly
r. pressed at the session to-dny. and so
f. roll call was asked for. On the viva
i0 voce vote for Mr, Bonaparte, however,
y there were a number of negative votes
ont he minority side, estimated at
about 15.
Senators Culberson and Carmack
led the discussion against both Mr.
Moody and Mr. Bonaparte.
Against the former thc-y raised the
question of his fitness for the Supreme
court bench based upon measures he
had introduced as a member of the
Mouse.
It was again urged against Mr. Bonaparte
that his utterances against
legislation for the regulation of combinations
of capital unfitted him to enforce
legislation of that character.
Senator Lodge defended tfte nomination
of Mr. Bonaparte by saying that
the President would,not name it man
for the responsible position of Attorney
General unless he was sure that
tho nominee was In sympathy with
the administration's desire to breal;
up Buch combinations.
There was no opposition to either
N- Mr. Metcalfe or Mr. Strauss.
ry
Id Four Pulajane
Leaders Killed
25
THE AMERICAN CAMPAIGN ON
i THE ISLAND OF LEYTE
CONTINUES.
t j MANILA. Dec. 13. ? Full reports
_ jtrom tho Island of Leyte show that
P the fight on December 5 between the
J troops and constabulary and a band
P nf Julajancs was an Important victory
t for the government. Four Pulajane
P loaders were hilled, lea-lr.c only one
P Imnortnnt chief still at l.trse.
P The bandits lost 42 killed. Major
E General Wood has ordered the troop
P era of I lie Seventh Cavalry to partialr
pate In the active pursuit of those
P who escaped. Those wounded In tlif
C encounler are Improving.
P llotli Ihe military and civil author!E
| ties predict on early cessation of the
P present trouble, and Governor Smith
t regards the end of the Pulajaaism in J
r l.eyte as assured. j
E The campaign In Samar is progressP
I tig In a manner satisfactory to the
E government. Two or three rebellious
J hands have l-.-.-n dispersed,t heir leadE
ers being eitherkilled or captured,
r General Wood bol'..ves that the in
siirgent problem in Samar has been
I solved, hut thinks there may be scver1
al more small engagements tn Leyte I
before the trouble there is finally set- ,
tied.
, Secretary Shaw May Retire Feb. 1.
| Washington Special to the New York
Tribune.
I Considerable surprise was occasioned
In the Senate when the nomlna- 1
I Hons of the new members of the Cabi- ,
net were received, for, although the
I proposed changes bad been announci
cd, It was understood that the tern
tirement of Secretary Shaw, his sucm
cession by George von L. Meyer, would
fe not take place until about March 4.
? It Is now regarded as entirely proba
ft bio, however, that these changes will '
ft take place a month earlier than was
ft at first expected. The Russian Dou- '
ft ma will meet about March 1, and It is
ft regarded as advisable that the new
ft ambassador who is to succeed Mr. 1
L Meyer should have been at his post
r at least a month before that in order
r that, he may have become familiar
P with conditons in St. Petersburg beE
fore the meeting of the national conP
gross.
? For that reason it Is believed probP
able that Mr. Shaw will retire from
f the cabinet about February 1, and
that he will be Immediately succeeded
by Mr. Cortelyou. Mr. Meyer
then entering the cabinet as postmas
| tor general, thus making way for his
P j successor to present his credentials
P ini the winter Palace.
r To have beautiful, perfect, pink, vel
P vet-like lips, apply at bedtime a light
r coining of Pr. Shoop's Green Salve.
J Then, next miming, notice carefully
? the eTect. Pry, cracked, or colorless
P lips tuean fcverlsbncs, and are as well
J III aiipenring. Dr. Shoop's Green Salve
P is soft, creamy, healing ointment, that
i will tfolckly, correct any skin blemP
islt or ailjtci.t. Get a free trial box
1 at our store ami he convinced. Large,
P Glass Jars, 25 cts. Sold by E. A. Bil&
llngslea & Co.
P The chill Pecomber days hare come,
As they have come of vote,
2 And once again we hear the cry:
' '"i" ? * ? "Kiit t)ia' rlnnr?'
: ~ Tr^crlpt.
NECK
THE VITAL POINTS IN fl
MEN'S CLOTHING. ^
: The "fflfh Art"
SHOULOER SOLVES THE I
PROBLEM; I
GlVE? THE BROAD
PERFECT SHOULDER
the close-fitting fl
GARMENT ON .J. '
the neck m
vour tailor couldnt
DO MORE. !
{ THIS SHOULDER IS
|> USED EXCLU- MM
{ SIVELY BY MM
j. CTlfV And that label In a garment la a C/'| IDCC I
T *3IrtV1' guarantee of perfection In fit, In LvUH Ut | 4, |
T iniMC tailoring and quality. With thla CIIIDTC
t* AUAlflO you have our guarantee. We are JulXlv I 4*
^ excluaive aellert of "HIGH ART" I 4* ' '? 1^1
* SHOES Clothing in thl'a city. KEISER ^
t HOWARD COME IN AND LET US SHOW I NECK* |
i YOU WHAT $10 TO $25 WILL
I HATS BUY IN A 8UIT, OVERCOAT WFAR IX m
? j RAINCOAT OF TOPCOAT. " ?? I '**0,
I Head to Foot Outfitter. * II
DR. H. B. BARTHOLOW,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ^
All Calls Promptly Answered a? 1;
Office and Hospital, Morganton and,Fairniont,s,W. Va. I
Both Phones CALL.
Ghistnas is Comma 1H
+ So are we with a complete line of
+ , Alluminum Ware, all kinds
Copper and Nickle Plated Ware, such as i
? Chafing Dishes, Soup Toureens, + mm I
? Baking Dishes, Coffee and '
? Teakettles, Trays, Tea Pots,
t and other useful articles. ISO
? Also a full line of
? Carving Sets, Rodgers' 1847 Knivss, Forks and ^
Spoons. Prices and Quality guaranteed.
? The Up-to-Date Hardware Man. 829 Main St. t
I
8AML. B. HOLBERT. EDW. F. HOLBERT. M || j I
Tim TnnHinrr flonopol Tnonranno S I
mo Loaning uuiiuiui luoiuouuu
UNDERWRITERS ' -|lil
. ACOBS BUILDING, FAIRMONT. W. VA ^
OICKERSON BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY IjH
YELLOW PINE. ^
FINE INTERIOR FINISH. J
|
m DR. FAHRMETS TEETHING SYRUP
j|?E3fk
iffigjjf $&? i*p*r) lor BITS' TUB QBIWUINJS

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