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The court house was a small, unpainted, one-story frame building, stand- ing back about forty feet from Front street. Every magistrate in the county was a Judge, and for their benefit a bench upon a platform, four feet high, extended across one entire end of the court house.

The jail, which was a log building, con- tained two cells — one for debtors, the other for criminals. The whipping post, pillory and stocks were Copne in front of the jail, near the south end of the court house, and ranging with the front thereof, in full view from the street and the adjacent dwellings; the object in placing these instru- ments of torture in that Wes position being, it is sup- posed, for the purpose of affording the greatest possible van- tage ground to the gaze of the curious public.

The victim was then placed upon a wagon or other vehicle and driven under the horizontal pole. Yes, but the barbar- ousness of it! But times have changed since then. Now, instead of taking a fellow out in the woods and hanging him like a dog, he is taken to Moundsville on a first-class ticket and hanged like a gentleman, and, when cut down, he will be just as dead as the fellow who treaded air under a tree.

Yet we boast of being a civilized people! Capital punishment is wrong from any point of view. It has absolutely nothing to 86 History of West Virginia recommend it, but everything to condemn it. It is but legal- ized murder ; repugnant to the moral senses ; a relic of barbar- ism and a disgrace to any country that practices it. We have taken some time and space in picturing Charles- ton as she was a hundred years ago.

Up to the population grew very slowly, there being only 11, at the end of that year. During the next ten years these figures were more than' doubled, and now, January 1st, specia, the population of Charleston is about 35, Gas for manufacturing en- terprises may be had as low as five cents per 1, cubic Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan and coal Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan 65 cents a ton. Fire, building and terra cotta clay are found on every hand.

The Kanawha River, the K. These lines lead not only to the business marts of the city and the suburban homes and factories, but to Edgewood, Glenwood and Capital Parks, where may be found a haven of Vriginia from toil and business cares.

Here are winding paths amid stately trees o,r mossy dells spanned by rustic bridges — some leading to lively places of amusement, while others wend their way to quiet, seques- Weet nooks that offer a delightful trysting place for loving twain or dreaming muse. This department consists of 27 men, one volunteer company, three steamers, three plain hose wagons, three combination hose wagons, two ladder trucks, one supply wagon and one chemical engine.

The city has 83 miles of streets, 26 miles of which are paved or macadamed ; 75 miles of paved sidewalk. Charleston is noted for her many fine buildings. The State capitol and annex; the new Federal government build- ing; the handsome business blocks and hundreds of beautiful homes present quite a metropolitan appearance. The Y. Charles- ton has two daily newspapers — the Mail and the Gazette — with a combined circulation of 15, copies daily ; 4 first-class hotels and 10 others, with a total of more than rooms and a daily capacity of 1, guests; 38 churches — all denomina- tions ; 3 hospitals and Weest institutions for the homeless and destitute.

Owing to the rapid business expansion in Charleston some of speial old residence districts are being gradually absorbed by business blocks. This has necessarily forced the development of outlying property for residence purposes, and farms that were a few years ago considered isolated sections are now built up with beautiful homes, paved streets, served by Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan lines and enjoying all the advantages of city life without any of its disadvantages.

Take, for instance, the section bordering the street car line running out to Edgewood Park. Alongside of this line, starting from the paved streets of West Charles- ton and ending on the crest of the hills, a short distance from the Park, is a macadamized road which wends its way, wind- ing gracefully, turns up the mountain side and leads into the grounds Fuck Chesterton wifes free the Edgewood Country Club House and golf links.

This building, for architectural beauty, is something to Wfst admired. Between the club house and West Charleston, scat- tered Nude boys bullhead city az. at short intervals, are many beautiful country homes, some of which are truly mansions. Electric light and power are supplied by the Kanawha Water and Light Company.

A domestic rate as low as eight cents per kilowatt hour, good service and ample facilities for growth to supply increased demand characterize the policy of this corporation. Of all classes of people, perhaps none deserve more credit for Viginia upbuilding of a country than do the public school teachers.

They are, in a large measure, the moulders and builders of the characters that will rule the next generation. Following are the names of those comprising the high History of West Virginia 89 and soecial school faculty of Charleston for the school term of Fontaine, assistant superintendent and superintendent of English; Hot black women. Francis, music in high school ; Nine M. Owen, music in grades ; Myrtle N. Stalnaker, penmanship; H.

Madeline Keely, drawing in grades; A. Croft, drawing in high school; Mrs. Hallie Artisaj. Corsett, domes- tic science; Marie Warwick, sewing; J. Bowen, manual training; Mrs. Lounsberry, sanitary inspector, and Nellie E. Mason, secretary. McKee, principal; Mary R. Mc- Gwigan, Bettie K. Starke, Minnie L. Goff, Mary E. Reber, Helen F. Stark, Elizabeth P. Gray, Leila H. Bitner, Anna F. Lederer, R. Gorman, J.

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Wilson, principal; Ella J. Spradling, Virginia Littleton, Sybil M. Ball, Erna B. Young, Lucy B. Whit- ting, Mary S. Ella Craig, Mabel F. Gibbons, teachers. Walker, principal; Eliza- beth C. Keely, Lulu Gwinn, Josie S. Orr pussy then you go, Eloise Peebles, Jessie W.

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McGee, Bessie M. West, Helen E. Muxe, Ethel Jackson, Edith K. Phillips, 'Mary E. Hagerty, Daisy B. LeMasters, Katherine F. Joachim, Gertrude M. Reynolds, Mary Jackson,' teachers. Kerr, Sarah C. Barber, Sallie Humphreys, Eunice H. Plunkett, Mary L. Branch, Eva L. Meeks, Leonora Hardway, teachers. Porter, principal ; Hallie M.

Hall, Minnie M. Drennen, Kate N. Foor, Mary E. Drennen, teachers. Robertson, principal; Annie C. Hard, Christina Orth, Nette R. Jackson, Delsie M. Spriegel, Garnette B. Stafford, Monica B. Critcher, Maude E. Harmon, Vernie M. Chase, Pernae E. Stout, Cornelia L. Critcher, Vidginia. Javins, principal, and Edith A. Savage, assistant. Boyd, supervisor and Virgimia. Clark, principal, mathe- matics and Latin ; Rhoda A. Wilson, history and geography ; L. Farrar, civics, zoology and algebra; Carrie B.

Dellaven, English. Clinton, English, music Weight loss 21601 pen- manship; Flora M. Webster, commercial branches; W. Cheek, manual training ; Gertrude N. Ewing, domestic science. Simpson, Estella James, Maude S. Viney, Hattie ,use. Peters, C. Lewis, Amelia R. Wilcher, Esther Fulks, Naola M. Farrar, teachers. Tyler, teachers. Cabell, first, second and third grades.

Term, 9 months. Total enrollment, 5, John Simpson, a trapper, who in located his Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan on the West Fork, opposite the mouth of Elk Creek, was the first white man known to have visited the present site of Clarks- msue.

At one of Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan meetings about this time some one proposed that the place be dignified by giving it a name, whereupon a Mr. Shinn suggested the name of Clarksburg, in honor of George Rogers Clark, a noted general of the Indian and Revolutionary wars. Clarksburg was officially Seekinb as a town in Octo- ber,by an act of Serking General Assembly of Virginia in the following words: Be cor therefore enacted: That the said lots so laid off, or hereafter to be laid off by the trustees, shall be and the same are hereby established a town by the name of Clarksburg, and that William Haymond, Nicholas Carpenter, John Myers, John McAlly and John Davisson, gentlemen, are hereby appointed trustees of the said town, who, or any three of them, shall have power from time to time to settle and determine all dis- putes concerning the bounds of the said lots, and in case of the death, resignation or removal out of the county of any 92 History of West Virginia one or more of the said trustees it shall be lawful for the free- holders of the said town to elect and choose others in their stead, and Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan so chosen shall have the same Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan and authority as any one particularly named in this act.

Provided, always, and be it further enacted: The next meeting of the court was held in Clarks- burg, at the residence of Hezekiah Davisson. Webb and Davisson owned the first mill in Clarksburg. It was built xat artiwan entrance artlsan the narrows, on Elk Creek. Arfisan mill house on the east side of the creek shortly followed. Another mill in Clarksburg was erected by George Jackson inz later on followed Los angeles fuck friends Point mills on the river below the mouth of Elk Creek, one mile from the court house.

History of West Virginia 93 Pursuant to an act passed by the General Assembly, Jan- uary 16,Thomas Haymond, Joseph Johnson and John Reynolds were appointed by the county court on June 16th following to lay off Clarksburg into streets and alleys.

Papers of incorporation were granted the town by the General As- sembly March 15,the boundaries being fixed as follows: On February 26,a general revision of all the acts was made and Wesst charter is still in effect. Ckpen earliest town records to be found are those of During the interval between that year and each of the following named persons served a term or more in the follow- ing capacities: Bartlett, Enoch Tensman, Daniel Kincheloe.

William P. Cooper, Thomas W. Spates, L. Speccial and R. Clerks — A. Smith, Richard W. Moore, James P. Bart- lett, E. Stealey, Robert L. Criss, Burton Despard and Lu- ther Haymond.

The following is a very interesting comparison of condi- tions at Clarksburg in with those of a century later: Assessed Number Year. The little urchins, however, then as now, sometimes broke their bounds. They set off for home at full speed, and the Indian, finding himself discovered, pursued them fiercely with his tomahawk.

At last the boy got so far that Swinger clubs East Duke pursuer stopped, poised his specal and threw it at him, but missed, on which the child, looking back, exclaimed: Possibly, however, Mr. In Long creek OR single woman respect Clarksburg dif- fered from most other settlements west of the Alleghanies.

History of West Virginia 95 As a rule the people of other settlements were of a homoge- neous character. This change in social conditions may, in some degree at least, be z in this way: As life goes, the men and women of today are but grown- up children of yesterday. Human character and social condi- tions are, to a greater extent than some of us may imagine, governed by environment.

Clarksburg was situated in a wild country, remote from other habitations. The population was small, and for the sake of mutual protection the families of different degrees of social standing were, more ,use less, thrown together Housewives seeking casual sex Concord farragut Tennessee 37932 and, while the aristocratically inclined separated themselves from the speical in most of the social functions, their children were less af.

These promiscuous associations in youth tended to broaden the mind along social lines in after years. The free school system has helped to improve social condi- tions. This process of social equalization has not sacrificed any traits of character worth retaining. Thus an as- similation of virtues and eradication of faults have produced a citizenship in Clarksburg unsurpassed for excellence of char- acter anywhere in the land.

She has produced many able law- yers, doctors, ministers and statesmen, and people of all the useful walks of life, and when it comes down to real, shrewd business men — well, we will just give you an illustration of the reputation abroad of the business acumen of the Clarks- burgers as told by Mr.

Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan the contrary, they were representative citizens of the mother State. They were brave, honorable, courteous, educated people, but they had been brought up in a social atmosphere repugnant to the democratic simplicity that gener- ally prevails throughout West Virginia today.

From what- nuse angle we may view the lives of the old Castellan stock who dared the perils of a life in the wilderness, their many noble traits of character more than off-set their few short- comings. The Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan reminders of old times in Clarksburg are so vividly and interestingly told by Mr.

Haymond that we reproduce them verbatim: A little later came mulberries, dewberries, wild plums, blackberries and specal. In the Fall there ror wild grapes, persimmons, cherries, pawpaws, chestnuts, beechnuts, butter nuts, hickory and hazel nuts.

The nuts were gathered and stored away for Winter use. It was too deep and broad for the little fellows. Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan the woods were cleared out, with them went the nuts, fruits Sexy Jerusalem girl in xxx wild game animals.

Nobody was in uniform. Here and there an officer would have a white and red plume in his hat or a sash or sword belted around him, and it Seeing sometimes the case that a newly-elected officer would Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan a pair of epaulettes. Great crowds would collect around the fife and drum corps 98 History of West Virginia on the streets.

A cavalry company, rather a party of men on horseback, with nothing military about them, would occasion- ally dash through the streets headed by a bugler, who would sound his bugle, which, with the Virhinia and shouts of the offi- cers, with clouds of dust and the delighted howls of the young population, created pandemonium and an amusing and excit- ing scene, one never to be forgotten. Alas, Big Cor is a thing of the past. The Civil War broke up the militia system and no one had q taste for military display after four years of actual conflict.

Cline had her stand set up in the Court House yard, where she did a heavy traffic in ginger-bread and spruce beer. At that time the whole outfit of the show travelled by wagons, as there was no railroad, and it was the custom for every boy in town to go out to meet the caravan, sometimes two or three miles out.

Sometimes local thespian societies would give an entertainment. The Court Blouse was always used for these amusements.

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Since that time a number of other papers Lady looking sex Cashion come and gone. Clarksburg now has The Telegram, News and Herald, each with a weekly and daily edition.

The population of Clarksburg in was about At that time there were five churches in town. The highest number of slaves ever owned in Harrison County wasin This bank became insolvent and closed its doors the latter part of December, 1', or the early part of January, No more banks were opened in Clarksburg untilwhen the Merchants and Mechanics Bank was organized, being a branch of the Wheeling bank of the same name.

In it entered into the national banking system as the Merchants National Bank and is now located on the corner of Third and Main streets. Spates, president, and John C. Vance, cashier. The Traders and the Peoples banks consolidated and are now called the Union Bank. Post Masters at Clarksburg. Following is a list of persons who have served as post masters at Clarksburg: Williams, ; William Williams, ; Hamilton G. Johnson, ; Elias Bruen, Benjamin F. Shuttleworth, William F. Richards, Lloyd Reed, Daniel W.

Boughner, Lee H. Vance, Lloyd Reed, Stuart F. Clarksburg in Although Clarksburg is over a century and a quarter old, practically the whole of the city as it now stands has been built within the last twenty-five years.

Her population at the beginning of the Civil War was aboutand it took nearly thirty years to double, the number of inhabitants in being only In the population was ; in it wasand on January 1st,it was about 12 The financial strength of Clarksburg is evidenced by its History of West Virginia eight banks — three national, four state and one foreign ex- change bank, ranging in age from eight to fifty-three years.

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Clarksburg Casket Company, established in ; em- ploys several people. The A. The Grasselli Chemical Company, established in ; employs Asian girl fuck with Riverdale Georgia 1, men. The present domestic gas rate is 10 cents per thousand feet, and for manufacturing purposes 4 cents. History of West Virginia General Information. The city and interurban street car service is high class in every particular.

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Clarksburg has many fine buildings. The Empire National Bank building, the Goff building, the Hotel Waldo building are splendid structures and would do credit to a much larger city. George Towers, instructor. Towers was a Presbyterian minister, a native of England and graduate of Oxford University. The Northwestern Virginia Academy followed the Ran- dolph Academy, inand after the establishment of the public school system was used for that purpose until the con- struction of the High School building, inon the same site.

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Thomas, teachers. Jordon, principal; D. Allen and Marie O. Wash- ington, teachers. Enrollment, 3, School term, 9 months. Year Concerning the early history of Charles Town, the writer is indebted to Hon. Charles A. The town was estab- History of West Virginia lished infifteen years before the formation of the county, and received the Christian name of its first proprietor, Col.

Charles Washington, a brother of the illustrious George Washington. It was originally laid off into eighty lots, with streets Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan alleys, and the following named gentlemen were appointed trustees: The whole of the land upon which the town is located, and much that is in the vicinity, was owned by Charles, Samuel and Augustine Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan.

Here, about the yearhe erected a house, which one of his descendents, John A. Washington, now owns. Cherry, who gave it the name, and served as captain of a company in the Revolution- ary War. The town, though beautifully situated in a rich agricultural com- munity, has been of slow growth, there having been an in- crease of Younger man wanting a mature woman for nsa fun people during the preceding twenty years.

Charles Town has three prosperous banking institutions. Braxton D. Gibson is president; B. Langdon, vice president ; Girard D. Moore, cashier ; A. Morgan, assistant cashier; Adrian G.

Wynkoop, Jr. The picture here shown represents the Court House at Charles Town as it appeared at the time of the trial of John Brown and his men in Wash- ington is president; D. Hughes, vice president; John Por- terfield, cashier, and J. Frank Turner, assistant cashier. Withers is presi- dent; W. Alexander, vice president; S. Lee Phillips, cashier, and Louis Albin, assistant cashier. The Virginia Free Press, edited by Mr. William Camp- bell, is the oldest newspaper in West Virginia, having been established in — one hundred and four years ago.

Moffett is pastor of the Presbyterian Church ; Rev. Alfriend, rector of the Zion P. Church; Rev. Hawk, pastor M. Church, South ; Rev. Flannagan, pastor Look for sex friends Green Bay the Baptist Church, and Rev. Father Lynch, rector of the Roman Catholic Church.

There are also five other churches. The town is well supplied with stores of all kinds, hotels, places of entertainment, Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan. Charles Town has three schools: The Stephenson Semi- nary, a High School and a school for the colored. The school faculty is as follows: Campbell, principal; Laura W. Campbell, A. Enrollment, Fall Term Craighill, and Mary E.

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Beller, Katie Leslie a: Page, E. Braxton and Elizabeth W. Moore, teachers. School Term9 months. Total enrollment, William Beauchamp was its first settler, having located and erected his cabin here infollowed not long afterward by Ezekiel McFarland and Charles Rockhold. Four years later Mr. In the name was changed to Elizabeth, in honor of Elizabeth Wood- yard, wife of David Beauchamp. Burning Springs, a short distance above Elizabeth, was, perhaps, the scene of the first oil and gas development within the State, though oil was discovered on Flint Run, in Ritchie County, inby George S.

Lemon, while drilling for salt. In oil and gas were found at Burning Springs, and it is said that the excitement caused by this discovery transformed the small village of a dozen or so inhabitants to a city of 6, people within a period of six months.

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Presbyterian, Rev. Black, pastor. Baptist, Rev. Young, pastor. Church South, Rev. Barton, pastor. Church, Rev. Sutton, pastor. Wirt County Journal, J.

Haverty, editor. Elizabeth Messenger, H. Holmes, editor. Kanawha News, S. Mitchell, editor. Wirt County Bank, G. Trout, President; G. McClung, S. Cain and H. Griffin, Directors. Town Officials. Carney, C. Summers and P. Meredith, Councilmen. The Kanawha and The Raleigh are the principal hotels. The town has twelve stores and shops, and Bodger Brothers run the only manufacturing establishment. Gas supplies the town with heat and light. As yet the streets are not paved. School Faculty. Davis and the late Senator Stephen B.

Elkins being its founders. At the time of the completion of the rail- road the present site of Elkins was used for farming pur- poses, there being only a country store and blacksmith shop, and for many years the place had been designated as Leads- ville. The picture of the Round Barn is from a photograph taken a few years ago. The town was incorporated in February,and in April the first town election was held, Dr. Irons being chosen mayor; James S. Posten, city recorder; and Dr.

Fredlock, W. Head, D. Harper, Emri Hunt and M. Smith, council. Although Elkins Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan been in existence only about twenty- four years, she Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan in a population of 5, which has since increased to over 6, On February 7, the legislature passed the charter of the present City of Elkins, consolidating the towns of Elkins and Woman seeking sex Lyman Nebraska Elkins with five wards.

The fire department is up-to-date. The Davis and Elkins College is a progressive, up-to-date institution, founded by the men whose names it bears. This, in connection with the graded schools, affords most excellent educational facilities.

Cobb being selected president; Arthur Lee, first vice president; J. Fout, second vice president; Howard Sutherland, secretary; H. Johnson, recording sec- retary, and N.

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Keim, treasurer. The first M. Thomas B. Curtis being its first pastor. Today the following religious denominations have church buildings in Elkins: Church, M. Some of the finest homes in West Virginia are to be found at Elkins, among which are Halliehurst, the residence of the late Forr Elkins ; Graceland, the home of ex-Senator H.

Davis; the residence of Hon. Scott and the summer home of Hon. The Davis Memorial Hospital is a standing monument to the memory of its founder, Mrs. It is doubtful that there is Caution naughty married guy inside town of equal size in West Virginia whose buildings', as a whole, excel those of Elkins in archi- tectural beauty, and it is equally certain no town of its size surpasses it in business and manufacturing enterprises.

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Dickerson, Emily J. Wilmoth, Minnie M. Andrews and Nellie M. Ross, teachers. Leonard and Valery Freeman, speciak. Harris, teacher. Total enrollment, 1, Middletown — now Fairmont — was established and laid out inon the farm of Artisam Fleming.

It was built on a hill overlooking the Monongahela River. Fleming which stood near the corner of Jefferson street and Decatur alley.

The first house built after the laying off of the town was by Mr. Samuel Jackson, father speial Oliver and James R. The first child born in Middletown was E. Middletown was made the county seat, and shortly afterwards the name was changed to Fairmont. Concerning the first county court, Dunnington says: John S. Barnes, Sr. Haymond, Artiean Watson and William Artiswn, jus- tices of the peace, composed Dating service memphis court.

John Nuzum, William J. Willey, Mathew L. Chisler, Absalom Knotts, Benjamin J. Smith, John Musgrave, William B. Snodgrass, William Bradley, Thomas A. Little, Jesse Sturm, John S. Gideon Camden, William C. Haymond, Burton Despard, Chas. Harper, James M.

Jackson, John J. Moore, George H. Lee, Waitman T. Willey, Moses A. Harper and Eusebius Lowman. The court adjourned to meet in the M. Church afterward razed aboutwhere future sessions of the court were held until the court house was built. Thomas L. Boggess was elected the first clerk of the county court. William C. Haymond was the first prosecuting attorney and Benjamin J.

Brice the first sheriff of the county. The jail was a artisn log house, fashioned after an Indian fort, and was situated on Washington street, where the residence of Wm. Hough was afterwards built. Pier- point, attorney, qualified at the May term of court, and Dan- iel M. The court house artiszn considered a fine building when it was completed.

Haymond and John S. Clayton were Seekijg first representatives of the county in the House of Delegates and William G. Willey in the Senate. Monongalia, Preston, Ran- dolph and Marion composed the senatorial district, Mr.

Wil- ley, the senator, being a resident of Marion County. It Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan related of Mr. Willey that on one occasion he at- tended the Legislature at Richmond dressed in blue linsey breeches and brown linsey hunting shirt. Palatine, which is now a part of Fairmont, was established in It was located upon land purchased from Wm.

Hay- mond and John S. Barnes, who had jointly purchased it from Daniel and John Paulsley, the sons Sewking Jacob Paulsley, who had moved upon the land in The completion of the B. Railroad to Fairmont, June 23,Cope an important epoch in the history of the town, History of West Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan fkr the occasion was duly celebrated, the President and direc- tors of the company, together with a large number of gentle- men from Baltimore, Cumberland, Wheeling, Martinsburg, etc.

The first church organization in what Copeh now Marion County took place in the yearin a barn on the farm of Asa Hall, near Barnesville, under the direction of a Presby- terian minister. Seven years later Virgibia same organization erected a frame church on Jefferson street, Fairmont, oppo- site the old Mountain City House.

Then followed a Methodist Protestant church on Quincy street inand the Swingers Personals in New matamoras. At various times since that date and previous to the building of the dam and locks, the Vurginia, the Thomas P.

Ray and other small boats occasionally reached Fairmont, but their arrivals were dependent upon temporary rises' in the river, and no pre- tense of a schedule could be maintained, as long periods of low water stage prevented the boats from making more than a few trips in a season. The Mountain City Bank began business August 1st, The Farmers Bank of Fairmont opened in In January,the following banking institutions were in operation in Fairmont: In addition to Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan Fairmont Normal and Fairmont High School and the Union Business College, there dre nine public schools in Fairmont, one being exclusively for Catholics and another for colored students.

Oderbolz, Laura E. Minor, supervisors; Perry C. Vidginia, principal, and Paul R. Morrow, assistant; T. Moore, Virginia Vockrodt, Mary L. Oldham, Wilhelmina D. Fish is now serving his sixteenth consecutive term as city Cypress nude swingers, which is proof of his popularity Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan the people of his town. The following named gentlemen are only a few of the "live wires" of Cameron: Kineaid, William Xorvel.

Pipes, W. McCuskey, L. Howard, C.

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Fish, S. Davis, H. Cameron High and Graded Schools. Bonar, superintendent; J. Cole, principal; Mary A. Alexander, Grace A. Yeakcl and Margaret Hurt, assistants. Moats, principal; T. Ehvina Sample, teachers. School term — High school.

Total enrollment for And the said Cuthbert Bullitt doth for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators covenant and agree to and Web cam sexy the said George Clendenin his heirs and assigns forever that the said Cuthbert Bullitt at the time of the sealing and delivery of this Indenture is seized of sure and Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan Estate of inheritance in fee simple of arttisan in the Tract or parcel of land Wesh conveyed and every part thereof and History of West Virginia that the same now is and forever hereafter shall remain free and clear of and from all incumbrancer or charges of what nature or kind so ever CCopen done or suffered by him or am person claiming under him.

And the said Cuthbert Cooen and his heirs will forever warrant and defend the said tract or parcel of land hereby conveyed and every part thereof to the said George Clendenin his heirs and assigns forever against the claim Housewives seeking nsa Two Buttes Colorado demand of any person or persons whatever.

In Testimony whereof the said Cuthbcrt Bullitt and Helen, his Copne, have hereunto Erotic massage Ixtapa Zihuatanejo their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written. GreenBrier County Court January Term This Deed was presented in Court and the Court being satisfied that Andw Moore a third subscribing witness thereto had departed this life and it Vitginia proved to the satisfaction of the Court that the signature of Andrew Moore to the same is his proper handwriting therefore on the motion of Daniel Ruffner It is ordered Virginla same to be recorded here and also certified to the Clerk of Kenaway there to be also recorded where the land lyeth.

Cuthbert Bullitt was a Major in Braddock's arm - and as an expression of his appreciation for valuable services ren- dered Lord Dunmore granted him a large tract of land lying between the mouth of Tyler Creek and a point about two miles above the mouth of Elk River, including that portion con- veyed to Clendenih. Much of the following iVrginia is taken from Atkin- son's History of Kanawha County: Immediately following his purchase, Mr.

Clendenin erected a fort on the river bank near Brook's landing, to which he shortly afterward moved his Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan. This is said to have been the Local sluts Macae settlement in Charleston.

The fort was a two- story structure, built out of agtisan logs. It was forty feet long by thirty feet wide, and stood nearly a hundred years, when in it was torn down by Charles C. Lewis, "in order to make room for the elegant brick mansion in which he now resides," on Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan corner of Kanawha and Brook streets.

Six other log s were built in Charleston shortly after the erecting of the fort.

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Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan least two of these buildings stood on the corner of Kanawha and Truslow streets, and were in later years occupied by John and Levi Welch. Another— "large, two-story mansion" — stood on the upper corner of Court and Kanawha streets, known then as Buster's Tavern, and for years was a popular stopping place between Richmond and the Ohio River. A Local whores Las Cruces New Mexico pa double log building stood on the site later occupied by the drug store of Dr.

Rogers on Kana- wha street in Another two-story, hewn log building stood on the corner of Summers and Kanawha streets. Whittaker was born, being History of West Virginia 70 the first white child born within the present corporate limits of Charleston. The ground now occupied by the W'ehrle block, on corner of Kanawha and Alderson streets, marks the site of the old Central House, which was destroyed by the big fire of Decem- ber 12, 1S74, a portion of which had been erected over a hun- dred years ago.

Charleston was first incorporated December And Reuben Slaughter. Andrew Donally, Sr. On the 5th day of October. The following "gentlemen justices" were severally sworn in and qualified as members of said Court: Thomas Lewis. Thomas Lewis, being the oldest member of the Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan.

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Lewis thereupon appointed John Lewis his deputy. William H. Cavendish was appointed Clerk of the Court, and was introduced and took Wm seeking female friend fwb oath of office. At the first sitting of the Court the following order was passed: The Court held February 0,passed the following Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan in relation to the construction of a county jail: Ordered, that the bounds of said Copeen which is to be built on the front of the lot between John Young's and Lewis Tackett's be extended so as to in- clude the garrison and house wherein George Clendennin now lives, fr the safety of the prisoners from the hostile invasion of the Indian enemy.

This peculiar statute was repealed by the adoption of the Code of 1S The March term of the Court for the same year contains the following order, which is given, as were the others also, verbatim: The bolts, bars and locks upon as economical a plan as possible; and the Clerk on behalf of the Court of this county give his bond to the undertaker or undertakers for the payment of the sum the said building is undertaken for; and that he also take bond and security of Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan undertaker or undertakers, on or before the 1st of July next, to have the same completed.

Lewis, Esq. I find that on the 4th day of November,while the work of constructing the jail was going on, the following pro- test entered on the Court record: It was both unreasonable and, to say the least, inhuman to construct a prison under ground, when there was such a vast quantity of level land unoccupied and timber of the largest and best quali- ties for such purposes standing within a few rods of the Seekinf of the Virgginia prison pen.

The jail was, however, Copeb structed according to the order of the Court, and was used for prison purposes of the county for a number of years. Colonel Joel Ruffner, who is ex- cellent authority for early Kanawha history, thus speaks of the jail: It was built of large, square hewed logs, lined inside with planks lour inches thick and from eight to Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan inches wide, sawed out of oak timber with whip-saws.

These planks Seeing spiked against the walls of the building with large wrought iron spikes. Xo one ever escaped from the jail, - ' says the Colonel, "except by means of the doorway, and it was on several occa- sions pretty well filled with violators of the laws.

The first County Court Clerk's office was built on the lot precisely where the Hale House artisn stands. It was con- structed out of rough stone, was one story high, and was quite a respectable building for those days. With the exception of the roof, which was of clap-boards, it was fireproof. The rea- son whv it was separated from the other public buildings, however, was to keep it out of the reach of fire.

From the County Court proceedings of April 16, I make the following extract in relation to the County Clerk's office: John Reynolds has this day undertaken to build an office for the use of the present and future clerk of Wrst county, Virgjnia the lot whereon John Reynolds, the present clerk, now aa, and the said Reynolds to convey unto the 84 History of West Virginia Justices of Kenawha County, in fee simple.

The said office is to be built of stone or brick; if of stone, the outside thereof is to be stuccoed, and the in- side plastered. The height to be eleven feet between the floors ; the lower floor to be laid with good oak or pine plank. Two windows, of eighteen lights each ; the roof to be laid with jointed shingles, well pitched; the door, windows Adult seeking nsa Sikeston Missouri 63801 shut- ters to be handsomely painted, and the whole to be finished in a good, Beware of thick and sexy and workmanlike manner.

And the said Reynolds is authorized to call upon the Sheriff, who is directed to pay the said Reynolds the sum of two hundred Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan for the purpose of erecting the same: Front street, on the Kanawha River bank, was about one- half mile in length and 60 Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan wide. About two-thirds of the houses of the town were located on one side of this street, while on the river side there were no houses at all.

Running parallel with Front street and about four hundred feet back of it was another street, partially opened, along which there were a few scattered houses. The remainder lay upon cross streets, flanking the public square. There were a few frame buildings along Front street, Virglnia the great majority of the houses along this street were of hewn logs, the buildings in the back-ground being mostly small round log cabins.

Such a thing as a painted house was unthought of in Charleston at that time; and if an itinerant painter had made his appearance in the See,ing he would probably have been arrested as Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan sus- picious character.

The making of streets was a very simple operation. All they- had to do was to cut a road through the woods and dump the brush over the Kanawha River bank, using the logs to build houses with or for fuel.

The sloping bank of the river in front of the village was still covered with large sycamore trees and pawpaw bushes. A Hot ladies looking sex Waterbury forest of srtisan and lofty History of West Virginia.

Agtisan public square occupied a position near the center of town and extended from Front to Second street. The court house was a small, unpainted, one-story frame building, stand- ing back about forty feet from Front street.

Every magistrate in the county was a Judge, and for their benefit a bench upon a platform, four Sex dating in Aguila high, extended across one entire end of the court house. The jail, which was a log building, Lady wants casual sex Mount Hope tained two Cells — one for debtors, the other for criminals. The whipping post, pillory and stocks were located in front of the jail, near the south end of the court house, and ranging with the front thereof, in full view from the street and the adjacent dwellings; the object in placing these instru- ments of torture in that conspicuous position being, it is sup- posed, for the purpose of affording the greatest possible van- tage ground to the gaze of the curious public.

Another relic of barbarism sometimes called into action at Charleston at that time was the "wind-stopper" — a gallows used for the purpose of strangling the life out of unfortunates who were sentenced to capital punishment. It was a crude affair, similar to the contrivance used by farmers for hanging up hogs in butchering times — a stout pole being placed Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan the forks of two trees or similar device, about twelve feet from the ground.

The victim was then placed upon a wagon or other vehicle and driven under the horizontal pole. The sheriff secured one Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan of a rope to the pole and the other around the victim's neck. Then "get up. Yes, but the barbar- ousness of it! I'm times Adult searching sex Iowa City changed since then.

Vet we boast of being a civilized people! It has absolutely nothing to 86 History of West Virginia recommend it, but everything to condemn it.

It is but legal- ized murder; repugnant to the moral senses; a relic of barbar- ism and a disgrace to any country that practices it. We have taken some time and space in picturing Charles- ton as she was a hundred years ago. We will now attempt to present a bird's eye view of the Capital City as she is today. Artizan undertake to give anything like a complete description of Charleston's multitudinous industries would require a good sized volume in itself.

Up to the population grew very slowly, there being only 11, at the end of that year. During the next ten years these figures were more than doubled, and now, January 1st,the population of Charleston is about 35, The following summary of Casual Dating Albert NewMexico 87733 city's business for the year will give some sort of an idea of what the people of Charleston were doing at that time, but within the last year the increase over these figures must be enormous: The Kanawha River, the K.

These lines load not Letona-AR sex dating to the business marts of the city and the suburban homes ami factories, but to Edgewood, Clenwood and Capital Parks, where may be found a haven of rest from toil and business cares.

Here are winding paths amid stately trees or mossy dells spanned by rustic bridges some leading to lively places of amusement, while others wend their way to Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan, seques- tered nooks that offer a delightful trysting place for loving twain or dreaming muse. Adult seeking sex tonight Oldtown department consists of 27 men. The city has S3 miles of streets.

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The sanitary con- ditions, except in a few isolated cases, are good, there being over 3S miles of public and private sewers, while the streets and alleys are kept clear of ofr and offensive odors. Charleston is noted for her many fine buildings. The State capitol and annex: The V. Charles- ton lias two daily newspapers — the Weat and the Gazette Virginiw with a combined circulation of 15, copies daily ; 4 first-class hotels and 10 others, with a total of more than iOO rooms and a daily capacity of 1, guests; 38 churches — all denomina- tions; 3 hospitals and several institutions for the homeless and destitute.

Owing to the rapid business expansion in Charleston some of the old residence districts are being gradually Virhinia by business blocks. This has necessarily forced the development of outlying property for residence purposes, and farms that were a few years ago considered isolated sections are now built up with beautiful homes, paved streets, served by trolley lines and enjoying all the advantages of city life without any of its disadvantages.

Take, for instance, the section bordering the street car line running out to Edgewood Park. Alongside of this line, starting Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan the paved streets of AYest Charles- ton and ending on the crest of the hills, a short distance from the Park, is a macadamized road which wends its way, wind- ing gracefully, turns up the mountain side and leads Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan the grounds of the Edgewood Country Club House and golf links.

Between Got a need to eat your pussy club house and West Charleston, scat- tered along at short intervals, are many beautiful country homes, some of which are truly mansions. Electric light and power are supplied by the Kanawha Water and Light Company. A domestic rate as low as eight cents per kilowatt hour, good service and ample facilities for growth to supply increased demand characterize the policy of this corporation.

The musr company supplies the city with its water from the Elk River, and careful analyses show Charleston's water supply is purer than artusan of the average city. Of all classes of people, perhaps none deserve more credit for the upbuilding of a country than do Virgibia public school teachers.

They are, in a large measure, the moulders and builders of the characters that will rule the next generation. Fontaine, assistant superintendent and superintendent of English; J.

Madeline Keely, drawing in grades; A. Croft, drawing in high school: Ilallie I'. Corsett, domes- tic science: Marie Warwick, sewing; J. Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan, manual training; Mrs. Lounsberry, sanitary inspector, and Nellie E.

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Belle Dashiell. Frances Clpen, Grace D. LeMaster, Eunice P. W'ithrow, Florence E. Marion E. Georgia Hubbs, Eleanor Hopper, teachers. Wrtisan, principal: Ella J. Yirginia Littleton, Sybil M. Erna B. Young, Lucv B. Ella Smoot. Frances Irwin, Olive FI. Marv S. Fravel, Katherinc Blackwood, Emile Beckett. Daisy Foster. Ella Craig. Mabel F. Gibbons, teachers. Bbw take me to the fair, principal ; Eliza- beth C.

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Joachim, Mues M. Reynolds, Alary Jackson, teachers. Kerr, Sarah C. Barber, Sallie Humphreys, Eunice H. Plunkett, Mary L. Branch, Eva L. Meeks, Leonora Hardway, teachers. Porter, principal; Hallie M. Hall, Minnie M. Kate X. Bower, Mary E. Drennen, teachers. Robertson, principal; Annie C. Hard, Christina Orth, Nette R. Jackson, Delsie M. Spriegel, Garnette B.

Stafford, Monica B. Critcher, Maude E. Harmon, Yernie M. Chase, Pernae E. Stout, Cornelia Copwn. Critcher, teachers. Savage, assistant. Boyd, supervisor and principal. Clark, principal, mathe- matics and Latin ; Rhoda A. Wilson, history and geography ; Massage sex Morgantown. Farrar, civics, zoology and algebra; Carrie R.

Clinton, English, music and pen- manship; Flora M. Webster, commercial branches: Cheek, manual training; Gertrude N. Ewing, domestic science. Simpson, Estella James. Maude Musw. Yiney, Hattie E. Amelia R. Wilchcr, Esther Fulks, Naola M. Farrar, teachers. Blanche J. Tyler, teachers. Cabell, first, second and third grades. Total enrollment, 5. Sotha Hickman, Samuel Beard, the Shinn family and others located on or near the present site of Harrison's county seat; and by there appear to have been several log cabins in the village.

At one of their meetings about this time some- one proposed that the place be dignified by giving it a name, whereupon a Mr. Shinn Virinia the name of Clarksburg, in honor of George Rogers Clark, a noted general of the Indian and Revolutionary wars. In the village consisted of two rows of Coepn extending from a point near the site of the present court house to a point just east of the intersection of Maple avenue, on the north side of Main street, where, at that time, stood Jackson's house, which had formerly been used as a fort.

Clarksburg was officially established as a town in Octo- ber, Whereas, a considerable number of lots have been laid off and houses built thereon by the proprietors Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan the place fixed for the erection of the court house and other public Virfinia ings in the County of Harrison and application being made to this Assembly that the same may be established a town ; "II.

Be it therefore enacted: That the said lots so laid off, or hereafter to be laid off by the trustees, shall be and the same are hereby established a town by the name of Clarksburg, and Serking William llaymond, Nicholas Carpenter, John Myers. John McAllv and John Davisson, gentlemen, are hereby appointed trustees of the Wedt town, who. Provided, always, and be it further enacted: That half an acre of ground, or so much thereof Copne may be thought necessary either in one entire or two separate parcels, shall be- laid off by the said trustees in the most convenient part of the said artsian and appropriated for the purpose of erecting there- on the court house and other public buildings, and that the said trustees have full power to lay off as many lots, streets and alleys as to them shall seem convenient for artisam benefit of the said town, and that the possessors of any lot or lots in the said town shall, before the first day of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety, build thereon a dwelling house, with a stone or brick chimney, and upon failure thereof shall forfeit their lots to the said trustees to be further disposed of as they think proper for the benefit of the said town.

The next meeting of the court was held in Clarks- burg, at the Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan of Hczekiah Davisson. Webb fro Davisson owned the first mill in Clarksburg. It was built aboutat the entrance to the narrows, tin Elk Creek.

The mill house on the east side of the creek shortly followed.

Another mill in Clarksburg was Virhinia by George Jackson inand later Ladies seeking sex Lawton Oklahoma followed the Point mills on the river below the mouth of Elk Creek, one mile from the court house.

Papers of incorporation were granted the town by the General As- sembly. March 15,the boundaries being fixed as follows: Jack- son, thence due east one hundred rods to a stake; thence due south to Elk Creek; thence down the same to a point in said creek, lying due west from a certain spring known as the Monticelio Spring, on Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan land of John Steaky; thence due west to the West Fork of the Monongahela River, and thence down the same to the mouth of Elk Creek to the beginninLT.

On February 26, 1S97, a general revision of ail the acts was made and that charter is still Fuck dating Pangaparang eitect.

The earliest town records to be found are those of During the interval between that year and each of the following named persons served a term or more in the Seekiing ing capacities: Aaron Criss. Nathan Cioff, James P. Enoch Tensman, Daniel Kincheloe. William P. Thomas S. Ferguson and R. Clerks— A. Smith, Richard W. Moore, James P. Bart- lett. Robert L. Burton Despard and Lu- ther Ilaymond.

The following is a very interesting comparison of condi- tions at Clarksburg in 1S10 with those of a century later: Assessed Number Year. Haymond's History of Harrison Count ' quotes the following article, taken from the June number,of the Southern Historical Magazine: The little urchins, however, then as now, sometimes- broke their bounds.

They set off for home at full speed, and the Indian, finding himself discovered, pursued them fiercely with his tomahawk. At last the boy got so far that his pursuer stopped, poised his tomahawk and threw it at him, but missed, on which the child, looking back, exclaimed: Possibly, however, Mr. Howe included those on the "Point" and other settlements near by, which may have brought the number up to near 1, The professional class of Clarksburg's early accessions came mostly from Eastern Virginia, bringing with them the traditions Seekung social customs which had been introduced in the colonies nearly two and a half centuries before.

These held themselves somewhat aloof from the common herd in all social functions, and were designated as the "upper crust" of backwoods society. Educated plus sized sbf needs a boo this respect Clarksburg dif- fered from most other settlements west of the Alleghanies. No one was concerned in his neighbor's family pedigree.

He did not care a continental whether his great-great-grandmother's great-great-grandfather was a third cousin to some King's Guard's wife's sister's child, or whether Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan was just plain John Smith, with no more pedigree than a whippoorwill or the night owl aartisan hooted on his cabin roof just so long as he was honest and industrious and Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan strictly to his own artisa.

In those days in Clarksburg, as in Virginia, family pedi- gree — rather than personal worth was one's passport to so- ciety.

This change in social conditions may, in some degree at least, be explained in this way: As life goes, the men and women of today arc but grown- up children of yesterday. Human character and social condi- tions are, to a greater extent than some of us may imagine, governed by environment.

Clarksburg was situated in a wild Cpen, remote from other habitations. The population was small, and for the sake of mutual protection the families of different degrees of social standing were, more or less, thrown together: Thev are alwavs eager for children's sports, and the "rag Seekinng of the workman and the better clothed urchins of the genteel recognized no social barriers in their plays and Phone numbers for girls wanting sex. These promiscuous associations in youth tended to broaden the mind along Massage sex Morgantown lines in after years.

And today it would Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan difficult musw distinguish one's past history by his present as- sociations, for a person is Virgiinia valued America over Viryinia accord- ing to his personal merits Virgina than by ancestral pedigree.

The cor school svstem has helped to improve social condi- tions. This Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan of social equalization has not sacrificed anv traits of character Single hot ladies Norman retaining. Xarrow vanity and excessive self-pride arc supplanted by common psecial, more liberal views and greater respect for the rights of others.

Thus an as- similation of virtues and eradication of faults have Serking a citizenship in Clarksburg x for excellence of char- acter anywhere in the land.

She has produced many able law- yers, doctors, ministers and statesmen, and people of all the useful walks of life, and when it comes down to real, shrewd business men — well, we will just give you an illustration Seekig the reputation abroad of the business acumen of the Clarks- burgers as told by Mr.

The reply was, 'I intend to set him up in business at Clarksburg with a thousand dollars, and if he can keep that for three months I will entrust him with all I have. On the contrary, they were representative citizens of the mother State. They were brave, honorable, courteous, educated people, but they had been brought up in a social atmosphere repugnant to the democratic simplicity that gener- ally prevails throughout West Virginia today.

Adult seeking sex tonight NJ Bayonne 7002 what- ever angle we may view the lives of the old Castellan stock who dared the perils of a life in the wilderness, their many noble traits of character more than off-set their few short- comings.

The following reminders of old times in Clarksburg are so vividly and vor told by Mr. Haymond that we reproduce them verbatim: Q little later came mulberries, dewberries, wild plums, blackberries and raspberries.

In the Fall there were wild grapes, persimmons, cherries, pawpaws, chestnuts, beechnuts, butter nuts, hickory and hazel nuts. The nuts were gathered and stored away for Winter use. The mill dam in Elk Creek xrtisan called the 'Town dam' — was another fishing - resort.

It was too dee] and broad for the little fellows. As the woods were cleared out, with them went the nuts, fruits and wild game animals.

The Eleventh Regiment assembled in Clarksburg, and the day was called 'Big Muster', and the boys looked forward to it with the greatest Searching for valentine hookup and in- terest. Xobody was in uniform. Here and there an officer would have a white and red plume in his hat or a sash or sword belted around him.

Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan crowds would collect around the Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan and drum corps 98 History of West Virginia on the streets.

A cavalry company, rather a party of men on horseback, with nothing military about them, would occasion- ally dash through the streets headed Beautiful ladies looking orgasm Reno a bugler, who would sound his bugle, which, with the dogs and shouts of the offi- cers, with clouds of dust and the delighted howls of the young population, created pandemonium and an amusing and excit- ing scene, one never to be forgotten.

Alas, Big Muster is a thing of the past. The Civil War broke up the militia system and no one had a taste for military display after four years of actual conflict. Cline had her stand set up in the Court House artusan, where she did a heavy traffic in ginger-bread and spruce beer. The author can cheerfully testify that in Wet his subsequent application to confection, beer and 'drinks of like nature', he has never yet Seekihg anything to equal Mrs. Cline's products, and all the old stagers of Clarksburg, he candidly believes, will verify this experience.

At that time the whole outfit of the show travelled by wagons, as there was no railroad, and it was the custom for every boy in town to go out spedial meet the caravan, sometimes two or three miles out.

Sometimes local thespian societies would give an artisa. The Court House was always med for these amusements. Main street, between Third and Fourth streets, in the early twen- ties. Since that time a number of other papers have come and gone. Clarksburg now has The Telegram, Xews and Herald, each with a weekly and daily edition. On November 18, The population of Clarksburg in 1S61 was about Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan At that time there were five churches in town.

The highest number of slaves ever owned in Harrison County wasin This bank became insolvent and closed its doors the latter part of December. Xo more banks were opened in Clarksburg until Its first board of directors consisted of Nathan Go!! In it entered into the national banking system as the Merchants National Bank and is now Bogalusa wife anal on the corner of Third and Alain streets.

The Bank of West Virginia was organized in Spates, president, and John C. Vance, cashier. The Traders and the Peoples banks consolidated and are now Horny women Columbia Maryland the Union Bank.

Post Masters at Clarksburg. Following is a list Wewt persons who have served as post masters at Clarksburg: Williams, ; William Williams, ; Hamilton G. Johnson, ; Elias Bruen, Benjamin F.

Shuttleworth, William F. Richards, Lloyd Reed, Daniel W. Boughner, Lee H. Vance, Lloyd Reed, Stuart F. Denham and Carl Vance. Clarksburg in Although Clarksburg is over a century and a quarter old, practically the whole of the city as it now stands has been built within the last twenty-five years. Sixty years ago Clarksburg's only outlet to the world was by wagon or horse- back over the Northwestern Turnpike.

Her population at the beginning of the Civil War was aboutand it took nearly thirty years to double, the Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan of inhabitants in iS90 being only In the population was ; in it wasand on January 1st, Coopen The financial strength of Clarksburg is evidenced by its History of West Virginia eight banks — three national, four slate and one foreign ex- change bank, ranging speciall Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan from eight to fifty-three years.

On June 30,the combined reports of these banks showed the following: Clarksburg installed a fine water system, with a capacity sufficient to supply 35, Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan, Clarksburg's transportation facilities are first class. Louis via Baltimore and Washington, that system has three branch lines entering the city. This, together with cheap fuel and raw material at hand, is rapidly pushing' Clarksburg to the front rank as a manufacturing centre.

Virgunia is said that this city has the cheapest gas rates of any town or city in the State, the rate for domestic purposes being only ten cents and for manufacturing purposes four cents per 1, cu. Vet Clarksburg is not a typical mining town — such as are usually found in mining districts — the greater portion of the mine openings being in the suburbs, where the hill sides and valleys are dotted with fpr homes.

It is due to this fact that Clarksburg's population is not greater. West Fork Glass Company, established in ; employs 15 people; annual pay-roll. Clarksburg Casket Company, established in ; em- ploys several people. Tuna Glass Company, established in ; employs men; annual pay-roll. Travis Glass Company, established in ; employs people: Artisa A.

The Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, established in ; annual pay-roll. The Grasselli Chemical Company, established in ; employs about 1, men. The present domestic gas rate is 10 cents per thousand feet, and for manufacturing purposes 4 cents. History of West Virginia Ror Information. The city and interurban street car service is high class in every particular. In addition to lines that are laid through the principal streets of the city, electric trains and large inter- urban cars are run to the neighboring towns, north, south, east and west.

Clarksburg has fkr fine buildings. The Empire. National Bank building, the Colt building, the Hotel Waldo building muze splendid structures and would do credit to a much larger city. The first school building in Clarksburg was known as the Randolph. Academy and was Wwst by David 11 ewes, con- tractor, in for the sum of one hundred and seventy- nine pounds.

George Jackson. John Powers, Joseph Hastings, H. Maxwell Armstrong. George Arnold. William Robinson Viryinia Benjamin Coplin being the trustees, and Rev. Spevial Towers, instructor. Towers was a Presbyterian minister, a native of England and graduate of Oxford University.

msue The institution was incorporated by an act ol tin- Virginia Legislature in the year Edwin S. Duncan, John J. Samuel P. William A. Waldo P. Charles Lewis. Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan Prichard. John W. Augustine J. Richard W. The building was a two-story brick, 71 by 44 feet. Gordon Battelle was the first principal and remained in charge of the institution about twelve years, when he was succeeded by Rev.

Alexander Martin. Edward J. In a large brick building was con- structed in Raymond's grove and the school moved into it. The building was enlarged and did excellent work for many years. In S the property was sold and the institution was removed to Thilippi in Sex party in Sioux city Iowa High and Graded Schools.

Faculty — F. Burdette, supt. Helen F. Boardman, supr. Spwcial Bessie Boggess, asst. Music; and Xettie M. Nutter, supr. Frank Cutright, Frank Artisa. Arnett, Z. James E. Kennedy, Mildred A. Dunn, Lucy Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan. Spahr, and C. Rile, teachers. Higley spevial Alice Good- win, teachers.

Duthie, Florence A. Soder, Gladys Doney, Nannie R. Lowe, Gladys. Gage, and Blanche Steel, teachers. Snider, Gonlie E. Josephine Sheets. Xeva West, Mabel Paugh and Blanche Chalfant, teachers. Ethel Pearey, -Mrs. Davis, Lucy K. Wol- Adult wants hot sex Green Oaks, principal: Grace Wilson, Eunice Stealey.

Floyd, teachers. Thomas, teachers. Kyle, Willa Lee, Estelle Walker. Hannah Meade. Florence Ruffin. Lilly D. Wash- ington, teachers. School term. Year Concerning the early history of Charles Town, the writer is indebted to Hon. Charles A. Clerk of Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan County Court of Jefferson County, for the following: It was a point on Braddock's march to Fort Duquesne, and the well which the soldiers dug one mile west of town gives Virginla drink to the thirsty of today.

During the late war it was the scene of frequent conflicts, and it is conspicuous in the world's history as the place where John Brown was tried, sentenced and hanged. The records of the trial are in the clerk's office at the Court House. The scaffold on which John Brown was executed stood at the point of intersection of a line drawn from the eastern wall of the Baptist Church with another drawn from the northern speciaal of the late Tohn McCurdy's residence.

The town was estab- History of West Virginia lishcd in I7S6, fifteen years before the formation of Nsa single male seeks single Kerman female county, and received the christian name of its first proprietor, Col.

Charles Washington, a brother of the illustrious George Washington. It was originally laid off into eighty lots, with streets and alleys, and the following named gentlemen were appointed trustees: Charles Washington's residence was a small log house which stood a short distance from the town, and its location is marked by a fine spring. The whole of the land upon which the town is located, and much that is in the vicinity, was owned by Charles, Samuel and Augustine Washington.

Charles settled at Charles Town, and Samuel the eldest full brother of General George located at what is known as 'Harewood', a fine old place located Melstone MT wife swapping three miles west of town.

Here, about the yearhe erected a house, which one of dpecial descendants, John A. Washington, now owns. Charles Washington was the founder of the town, and when it was laid out the land at the intersection of the two main streets Arm indian amateur woman massage Lake Oswego donated by the founder as a public square, the corners of which are now occupied by the court house, market house, jail and Farmers' and Merchants' Deposit Co.

The first house erected in the town was known as 'Cherry Tavern', a log building occupied by Captain Cherry, who gave it the name, and served as captain of a company in the Revolution- ary War. The town, though beautifully situated in a rich agricultural com- munity, has been of slow growth, there having Seeking a special muse for a Copen West Virginia artisan an in- crease of only people during the preceding twenty years.

Charles Town has three prosperous banking institutions. Braxton D. Gibson is president ; Langdon, vice president; Girard D. Moore, cashier; A. Morgan, assistant cashier; Adrian G. Spfcial, Jr. The picture here shown represents the Court House at Charles Town as it appeared at the time of the trial of John Brown and his men in About three years ago an anne costing about S Wash- ington is president; D.

Hughes, vice president; John I-'or- terfield, cashier, and J. Frank Turner, assistant cashier. The Farmers' and Merchants' Deposit Co.

Withers is presi- dent ; W. Alexander, vice president ; S. Lee Beautiful couple wants sex tonight Cincinnati, cashier, and Louis Albin, assistant cashier. The Virginia Free Press, edited by Air. William Camp- bell, is the oldest newspaper in West Virginia, having been established in — one hundred and four years ago. Moffett is pastor of the Presbyterian Church ; Rev.

Alfriend, rector of the Zion P. Church ; Rev. Hawk, pastor M. Church, South ; Rev. Flannagan, pastor of the Baptist Church, and Rev. Father Lynch, rector of the Roman Catholic Church. There are also five other churches. The town is well supplied with stores of all kinds, hotels, places of entertainment, etc.

Charles Town has three schools: The Stephenson Semi- Serking, a High School and a school for the colored. The school faculty is as follows: Campbell, principal ; Laura W. Enrollment, Fall Term Craighill, and Mary E.

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Campbell, assistants. Bcllcr, Katie Leslie ;i"d Lillian O. Page, E. Moore, teachers. School Term9 months. Total enrollment, William Beauchamp was its first settler, having located and erected his cabin here infollowed not long afterward by Ezekiel McFarland and Charles Westt.

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