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THURSDAY. OCT. 1895.
As we nut ici patod all wore de
lighted with tlie splendid speeches
delivered here at our Confederate
Reunion last week by ('apt. James
Bumgardner, jr., of Staunton, and
Gapt. Mieajah Woods, of Charlottes
ville. Capt. Bumgardner's speech
was a well prepared, eloquent and
splendid tribute to the valor, forti
tude and great achievements of the
Confederate soldier, waa moat im
pressively delivered, and in all re
spects worthy of the great occasion.
Some of the instances of conspicu
ous bravery and heroic achievement
recounted by him wrought up his
old comrades to the highest pitch of
Capt. Woods, likeCapt. Buuigard
nor, paid a glowing and well de
served tribute to the heroic men
who fought and died for the ?? Lost
Cause" thirty years ago. Ho dealt
largely in reminiscences and inci
dents and recounted with high praise
the story of some of the bloody en
counters in which many of the men
before him had engaged, and in
which he had participated with
them. Both speeches were appro
priate to the occasion, delivered in
excellent spirit, and were heard by
the old votnrans with deepest inter
est and closest attention.
The fair Amazonian*.
The brigade of fair Amazonians
at tho Reunion on the 2.r>th was one
of tho most attractive features of
tho procession. Tho young ladies
sat their horses with tho graceful
pose and steadiness of veteran cav
alrymen. They wero formed in line
In the open space between the Semi
nary and tho Presbyterian church,
and were under command of Capt.
" Dick" Johnston, who had taken
Capt. Tyree's place, the latter being
sick. As they marched out on to
Main street, led by Miss Mary Pres
ton McChesney, who carried the flag,
a tremendous cheer went up from
tho vast crowd who lined the streets.
They marched down in front of the
Stratton Hotel where they opened
ranks and allowed tho veteran in
fantry and artillerymen to pass
through, then closed ranks again
and were followed by the veteran
cavalrymen, thus occupying tho cen
ter of the procession. All of tho
young ladies were decorated with
the Confederate colors, and with the
trimmings on bridle and saddle
made a gorgeous display. As they
entered the Fairgrounds one old vet
eran, in his enthusiam, shouted out,
" In the next war I am going to
fight for the women --the nigger can
go to Hades !"
Our people will always feel grate
ful to the gentlemen composing the
Blackford Concert Band of Staunton,
Va., for their presence here at our
great Reunion last week. They
charged us nothing for the splendid
music with which they enlivened
the occasion, only asking that their
traveling expenses be paid, which,
of course, was done. They were
very accommodating, and, though
receiving nothing but kindness and
hospitality for their services, were
always ready to respond when mu
sic was called for. During their brief
stay hero the hills around the old
town echoed almost constantly with
Dixie and othur Southern airs.
This band proposes to come to Lew
isburg some time this winter to give
a musical concert. We feel that we
can assure them of another cordial
Too much cannot be said in praise of
the committee to prepare the dinner at
the Reunion for the old soldiers. The
gentlemen composing that committee,
to-wit: Messrs. John A. Handley, C.
B. Buster and D. H. Thomas, were cer
tainly the right men in the right place.
They did not commence to arrange for
the dinner the day before the Reunion,
as is so often done on similar occasions ;
but a week before thev laid their plans
and began their work. E< ery detail
was arranged for beforehand. To feed
the vast throng that day was no easy
undertaking, but that committee did
it and had enough left for at least 500
people. Much of the success of the Re
union is due them. They did not allow
a single man to go away hungry. All
honor to them for their faithful and ef
Mjcs. Blaink still inhabits the big
house which her lute husband huilt
near Dupont Circle, Washington. ?
Bhe takes no part in the social life of
the city. The attendants at the Oak
Hill Cemetery, in Georgetown, nay
that the Blaine lot is frequently vis
ited hy strangers. A handsome stone
cross marks the grave of Mrs. Col.
Coppinger, Mr. Blaine's daughter,
but there is only a plain stone at the
head of Mr. Blaine's grave, with the
letters ?? J. O. B." engraved upon it.
A hickory tree is the most conspicu
ous object on the lot. Mr. Blaine is
said to have thought a good deal of
that tree, and to have expressed a
wish that it might mark his resting
?4* ????? ?
The big lump of West Virginia
coal at the Atlanta Exposition was
taken from the Elk Garden mine and
weighs five tons. It is a solid block
of coal, 11 feet 6 inches in height
and 3 foet 1 inch on each side. By
geological experts it is regarded as
one of the most phenomenal exhibits
of this character ever placed on dis
Frost was found in several Houth
ern States Monday as far south as
the Mississippi delta. Ice formed
On Thursday, September 10th, 18:>5
I at the home of his mother at Whit*
j Sulphur springs, of typhoid fever, Mr
| James M. Wick line, aged 10 years, ?
| months ami 19 days.
l/ive Ntock Warkel*.
HAI/UMOIIH, Sept 120th, 1805.
There has been a heavy offering at th
I yards this morning, the greater portioi
of which consisted of medium and com
mon cattle. There were a few tops
! some few of them better than the bes
offerings of last week. Values of topi
were a t rifle, about i cent off, whili
those of the medium and common grade:
which did range as low as last week ii
quality, were considered i cent off fron
the values ruling then. (*ood feeding
cattle have been in good demand fron
buyers where good grass prevails. Quo
tations 82.00 to So. 00, most sales a1
$2.50 to $4,021 per 100 lbs. The range al
same time last ve$r was from $2.00 t(
$4.50 per 100 lbs.
l'ricesof beef cattle this week range*
as follows : Rest beeves at 4.021a$5.00
those generally rated first quality 4.25a
$4.50, medium or good fair qualit]
3 25a$3.75, and ordinary thin steers
oxen and cows 2.00a$2.75 per 100 lbs.
Receipts- 4. 4.53 head. against 2,985 last
week, and 3,158 same period last yeat
Sales ? 2,253 head, against 2,255 last
week, and 2,152 head same period last
Sheep and lambs. ? Receipts, 14,5^4
head. We quote butcher sheep at la3
cts. per lb.: lambs 2Ja4 cts per lb,
New York, Sep. 30. ? Reeves ? He
ccipts 3,005 head. The Market was
dull ; ordinary to prime native steers
sold at 3.50a$5.20 per 100 11*. and bulls
and dry cows, 1 00a82.90. The range
at same time last year for ordinary to
prime native steers was from 43.121 to
$5.30 per 1(H) lbs. Sheep and Lambs ?
Receipts 23,720 : butcher sheep sold at
2.00a$3.25, and lambs at 3.50a$5.00 per
100 lbs. Hogs ? Receipts 0.504: live
bogs sold at 4.70 i- 5.10 per 100 1 >?s.
Notice ol Itoad letting.
ON Tuesday. the 15th inst .. at Hern's
Mill, in Lewisburg district, the
undersigned will let out to the lowest
itid liest bidder the making af 45 rods
>f new road near Hern's Mill. For
specifications and particulars apply to
J. 11. Hunter at Caldwell. Right to
reject any and all bids reserved.
T. A. HANPLY,
C. H. IIUNTKR,
J AS. ARM EN TROUT.
Sale of Valuable PERSONAL PROPER!!,
rpilK undersigned, as Administrator
A of James M. Darnell, deceased,
Aill offer for sale, at public auction,
1 milce north of Lewisburg, on the old
K rank ford Road, at the residence of
he aforesaid James M. Darnell, dec "d.,
in Saturday, October 10th, 1895; the
'ollowing property : Ten or 11 head of
Jiree-year-old Cattle. 2 milch Cows, 1
irown Horse, 1 bay Mare, a lot of Hogs,
lonie Hay and other things too numer
ous to mention. Terms, made known
)ti dav of sale.
s. h. Mcdowell,
Oct. 3-3w. Administrator.
Office of Com'r Jan. Withrotc , (
Lexriabury , Svpt. -1th, 1805. J
Wm. Livesay's ad in r
Wm. Livesay's heirs et als.
ALL persons interested in the above
named cause, now pending in the
Circuit Court of (J reenbrier county,
will take notice, that I have fixed upon
the 25th day <>f October, 1895, as the
time, and my ollice as the place, to re
port as required by an order of the said
1st, The lands of which Wm. Live
Bay died seized, with their location and
2nd. The debts owing by said Win.
Livesav at the time of his death, with
their dignities and priorities
3rd, A settlement of the administra
tion account of the plaintiff upon the
personal estate of his intestate, show
ing what assets have, or should have
come to his hands ami how he has dis
burse the same.
4th, Any other matter deemed perti
nent or required by any person inter
At which time and place you can at
tend. if you elect so to do.
Given under my hand, at mv said of
fice. JAMES WITHROW.
Oct. 3-4 W. CommiRfcintipr
PURSUANT to a trust deed made by
Washington Wallace to me. as trus
tee, dated the 17th day of July, 1805,
and recorded in the Clerk's office of the
County Court of Greenbrier county,
W. Va., in Trust Deed Hook No 2,
page 160, 1 will sell, at public auction,
to the highest bidder, the followingper
Bonal property and valuable real estate,
Personal property, consisting of
horses, cows, hogs, wagons, one mower,
on? buggy, one hay rake and hay, corn
and farm implements.
Said real estate consists of the follow
ing farms, viz :
1st, A tract of 346 acres, situated on
Spring creek, and known as the Pennell
McCov land ;
2nd, A tract of about 200 acres ad
joining the above tract and known as
the Bright land ;
3rd, A tract of 43 acres, adjoining the I
aforesaid tracts, conveyed to said W ,
Wallace by (i. W. Williams and wife ;
4th, The undivided one half of a tract
of about 1.200 acres, adjoining the
aforesaid Bright and McCoy tracts, and
known as the Brownlee land. All of
the aforesaid tracts of land arc finely
watered and timbered, and most of it
is in bluegrass? an excellent grazing
5th. A tract of 205 acres adjoining
the village of Williamsburg, and on
which II. A. Wallace, Esq., ii"w le
sides. From this tract there will be
excepted 3 acres previously conveyed ;
6th, A tract of 371 acres, adjoining
the last named tract, and being t he
tract on which S. B. Wallace, Esq.,
now resides :
7th. A tract of 321 acres, known as
the Pennell- McCoy home place, and the
farm on which the said W. Wallace.
Esq , now resides. The three last
named tracts are number one farms
and are in a good state of cultivation ;
8th, The undivided one-half of a tract
of 90 acres, near to the town of Wil
liamsburg, and known as the Humes
land ; and
0th, A store-house and lot of one acre
in the town o! Williamsburg, known as
the Kincaid lot.
The sale of the personal property will
take place on the premises, at the home
of the said W. Wallace, near Williams
Wednesda<i, October 30th, 1805.
on the following terms, viz: On acredit
of six months, the purchaser to give ne
gotiable note with good indorsement.
The real eHtate will lie sold in the
town of Lewisburg, in front of the . I.
II. Stratton Hotel, on
Monday < the 4th (lay of November . 1805,
on the following terms viz: Cash suf
ficient to pay the expenses of executing
this trust, and a credit of one, two and
three years as to the residue, purchaser
to give lK)iid, bearing interest, with
1,. J. WILLIAMS,
Oct. 8-4w. Trustee.
hare now re-established the solid facts
Unit they arc back at the General
and are doing business on the same plan
they did before being burned out. We
never say anything through the press
that we fail to do in the Store. We are
most happy to acknowledge and thank
ournnmv patrons and friends for their
liberal appreciation of our strong ef
forts to pleaso them, and to tell you we
this Spring and took the Mine Kibbon
over all our competitors. First, For
having sold by far the most Goods.?
Second, For their excellent quality and
latest styles. Third, For paying at all
limes the highest pricos for Country
Products. Last, but not least, for
never failing to trade for any quantity
>f Produce that was marketable.?
With all these facts before ub we arc
ruly inspir?d to strivo harder than
ner before to make a first-class market
or all Products raised in this section,
mil to maintain our reputation at all
FIRST QUALITY GOODS !
As an emblem of our Blue Kibbon
uize, you will notice that we use the
pettiest and finest blue wrapping pa
ter ever seen in this Bection, which Is
in index to the class of Goods we sell,
?everybody knows what a big stock of
ioods we carry . and will offer from now
intil August 16th the greatest bargains
'ver known in Keady-made Clothing.?
hat must be sold, reaardlessof time and
uid cost. One and all come where you
:an get any size, at prices lower
,lian ever known to this country.?
ireat bargains all over the house.
COI, COME, COME,
.0 headquarters, bring yonr cash and
;>roduce. and we will convince you that
Hie Farmers' Exchange is the place to
jet yours (ioods. Yours, in business,
Rodes & Co.,
Konceverte, W. Va.
July 4th, I8U5.
Mike M. Collins,
b'or Medicinal use he sells a brand
that he guarantees absolutely
P U HE, for 81!. 50 per gallon.
Keeps constantly on
hand the celebrated
BELLE OF NELSON
at $4 per gallon.
II ih 82.00 whiskey lie guarantees to be
better than can be bought else
where for the same money,
and his S3. 00 brand cannot be
ALE and BEEK,
superior brands, always on hand.?
Goods shipped to any Station on dies,
& (J. Railway.
M. M. COLLINS,
April 4-1 y. Covington, Va.
D. P. SYDEHSTB1CKEB & CO.,
LEW IHBURU, W. Va.
W k Positivki.y Claim
that we have GREATER FAC1I.I
TI ES for doing business, and oan oflei
KETTER PRICES, than any druf
house in this section of the State.?
We confidently invite physicians ant
others who have wants in this line to
GIVK US A Till A I..
l'rices willingly quoted and mail or
ders solicited and given our promp'
and careful attention. Respectfully
O. P. SY DENSTRICK ER A CO.
Jan. 12th. 1806.
I tl A V E about fifty bushels of win
ter oals to sell for seed. Sown thii
or next month, on good land, it wil
yeild from 40 to 60 bushels per acre.
Crops of 100 bushels to the acre hav<
been reported in Old Virginia.
A. 8. FULLER.
("J.OOD Produce taken in ?xchang<
? foi Goods, at J. K HKI.I/N
FOSTER & GROW,
D KALE 118 IN
Boots and Shoes
I IF EVERY STIYE.
Lewisburg, W. Va.
A full line of Men's Ladies' atul Chll
dren's SIIOKS. FHESII NEW
STOCK. STKTSON II ATS,
and Gents' Furnishing
I such as Over and Undershirts. Draw
[ere, one-half Hose, Neck ware, Ac. La
dies' and Misses' Hose and many othei
things too numerous to mention.?
for CASH or to good, prompt paying
customers on short time. DON'T
FORGET OUR HARGAIN COIN
TEH FOH SHOES. We are also sole
Agents for the celebrated W. L. Doug
FOSTKK A GROW,
Lewisburg, W . Va
June 5th. 1893.
Staple & Fancy
FAMILY FLOl'K, GLASSWARE,
O U E E N S W A U E , Q U E K NSWARE,
CON FECTION FRIES,
WHILE ID TOWH
DON'T FAIL TO CALL ANDSE
US, WHETHER YOU WISH TO
ML V OR NOT. WE CARRY
A FULL A N I) COM F LETE
and will take pleasure in showing you
through our stock.
P. L. WARREN,
Dec. 6th. Manager.
E. L. KRAMER & SOI,
RONCEVERTE, W. VA.
WE have added a line Hearse to our
Undertaking Department and
will respond to all calls on short notice.
Our Furniture store is full to overflow
ing with desirable Goods. We also
WIIDOW SHADES CG1TAII POLES.
PICTURES, TUMI'S and SEWING
MACHINES. We have Mouldings of
all prices, and can make any size frame
to order. Beautiful line of Baby Car
riages. Call and examine our stock.?
Store just below new Passenger Depot,
Ronceverte, W. Va.
April 30th, 1895.
SUDDEN DEATH <w
Tho best wearing, most stylish, and
the greatest valuo of any $3.00 Men's
Shoes on the continent.
Best calfskin, dongola tops, solid
leather soles, with all the popular toes,
lasts and fastenings, and Lewis' Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good for
Wear Lewis' Accident Insurance Shoes
once and you will never change. The
insurance goes for "full measure."
Talk with your dealer who sells Lewis'
FIVE TEARS OUT.
|,M V E years having expired since w<
' I opened up business, we must requiri
' all persons indebted to us to come for
' ward and settle up. We owe som<
money that must be paid, and we mus
have what is due us. We h:ivebeent(w
indulgent and have waited too long nov
for our own interest. We will open anev
? set of l>ooks,an<l will be pleased to se
t all our customers and friends that wan
, anything in our line. Will sell as lov
lis we can for cash or produce, and to al
good paying customers on sixty days
Cannot indulge longer, for we have t
pay cash for all our material. We ex
pect to be able to have a good stock o
goods on sale soon, to be sold on th
U. N. WARREN & CO
Mar.'2-tf Uewisburtr. W. Va.
3 Lime! Lime!
? HAVE about 3,000 bushels of first
1 ?lasswood-burnt rock Lime for salt
A 11 orders left at Moore A Rittenhouse'
* store will have prompt attention.
July 26 tf. P. C. GOHEBN.
? FOR TUB?
COTTON STATES k INTERNATIONAL
ATL4HT.I, G4. ' *
The Southern Railway operates nearly
I , Ave thousand miles of road in eight of
I the Southern States and its lines enter
I Atlanta, Ga., from five different points
of the compass. Washington, D. C.,
is the Northern or Eastern terminus of
one of its lines, which is operated in
connection with the reiuiBylvauia Rail
road, "the standard railroad of
America," between New York through
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington,
1). 0., Lynchburg and Danville, Va.,
Greenboro and Charlotte, N. C\, Spar
tanburg and Greenville, S. C\, Atlanta,
(ia., Montgomery and Mobile, Ala.,
and New Orleans, with connection at
Salisbury for Asheville, Hot Springs,
Knoxville and Chattanooga, at Char
lotte for Columbia, Augusta, Savannah
and Jackson, and at Atlanta for Bir
mingham, Memphis, Macon and South
ern Ueorgia. Solid vestibuled limited
trains, with through day coaches, Pull
man Drawing-room Sleepers and Din
ing-cars. Time between Washington
and Atlanta, eighteen hours, without
change of cars ot any class.
The Southern Railway is the only
line which enters and lands passengers
in the Exposition Grounds, and no ef
fort or expense has been spared by the
management in the improvement of its
roadbed, increasing the number of its
coaches and inaugurating its own din
ing car scrvice preparatory to handling
expeditiously ami comfortably the
heavy travel to and from Atlanta dur
ing the Cotton States and International
Exvoaition. which opens September lKth
and closes December 31st, 18!?5.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, from
September 17th to December 24th, in
clusive, excursion tickets will be sold
from Washington, D. C., to Atlanta,
Ga., at $14.00, good for return 10 days
from date of sale.
Excursion tickets will be sold every
day from September 16th until Decem
ber 15th, inclusive, from Washington
at 810.25, good for return 20 days from
date of sale, a. id excursion tickets for
the entire Exposition season with final
limit of January 7th, 18l>5, will be sold
from September 10th until December
15th, inclusive, at 820.25.
Map folders furnished and Pullman
Sleeping Car reservations made upon
Jj. S. BROWN,
Gen'l Agt. Pass. Dept.
J. M. GULP, W. A. TURK,
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
Washington, D. C.
FRANK FORD, W. VA., )
Sept. 1 8f/i, 1895. }
Messrs. Dicnxis & Auoahkitk,
(iENTLKMRN ? The Wilson Tariff
Bill is here as sure as ,l Moses," meet
ing the approval of everybody. The
time of year for buying Fall and Win
ter Goods is here also, and the place to
buy them is at C. II. llanna & Co's
Cheap Cash Store. They do not keep the
old lion ledger that has torn to piecee
thousands of thrifty farmers, pinned
to the wall hundreds of business men
ami ruined the whole country, but they
do keep good Calico at 4} cts. per yard ;
Brown Cotton at 5 cts.; good Brown
Drilling and Canton Flannels, at 8tc.;
Gingham's, at 5c.; Ladies' fine Shoes as
low jui 95c.; a good Kid Glove, at $1.00 ;
Boys' Suspenders, at 5c.; Men's 'Sus
penders, at 10, 12 and 15 cts.; and hun
dreds of other articles from 25 to 50
per cent, lower than ever before known.
Fine Groceries, at Bottom Frices? is
also a specialty with them. The proof
of the pudding is the eating of it, and
I have been there. A saying bank for
cash buyers. Respectfully,
1 will meet you at the following places,
either in person or by ray Deputies, for
| the purpose of receiving your Taxes,
White Sulphur, Calwell House, Mon
day and Tuesday, Oct. 7th and 8th.
Alvon, Wednesday, Oct. 9th.
Columbia Sulphur, Thursday, Oct.
Little Creek, Perry's Store, Friday,
Fr^ftikford, Monday, Oct. 7th.
Falling Spring, Tuesday, Oct. 8th.
Pleasant Valley, Wednesday, Oct. 9th.
Trout Valley, Thursday, Oct. 10th.
Williamsburg, Friday, Oct. 11th.
Hughart, Saturday, Oct. 12th.
ClintouTille, Monday, Oct. 14th.
ltupert, Tuesday. Oct. 16th.
Nutter School House, Wednesday,
Dennis, Osborne's Store, Thursday,
Nickeli's Tanyard, Friday, Oct. 18th.
Meadow Bluff, Saturday, Oct. 19th.
Organ Cave, Monday. Oct. 14th.
Fort Spring, Tuesday, Oct. 15th.
Ronceverte, (Mayor's office,) Wednes
day and Thursday, Oct. 16th and 17th
Livesay's Mill, Friday. Oct. 18th.
Asbury, Monday, Oct. 21st.
Blue Sulphur, Tuesday, Oct. 22nd.
Dawson, Cook's Store, Wednesday,
Sawyer's Store, Thursday, Oct. 24th.
North Alderson, Friday and Satur
day, Oct. 26th and 26th.
Lewisbtisg, Monday and Tuesday,
Oct. 28th atvd 29th.
A discount of 2t per cent, will he
made to persons who pay all tlielr
Taxes on the days aforesaid.
DAVID A. DWYEK,
1 1 Sept. 19-tf. 8. G. C.
SULKIES, JERSEYS. SPUING and
FARM WAGONS. Ac.
LEWISBURG, WEST VA.
i \TKW Hamburgs, Laces, Corsets,
1^1 Handkerchiefs, Hose and Kid
Gloves. J. E. BELL.
$10,000 Worth of GOODS
? TO BE SOLI) BY?
?January I *#, 1896.
PBICES CXJT -A-ZtSTID SLASHED,
A THING NEVEB 1IKAHI) OF 1IKFOUE AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR.
We intend making our New Full and Winter Goods move rapidly,
If Low Prices Will Do It!
We have our house full of elegant Goods. We bought our full lino of WINTER BOOTS AND
SHOES last April before the advance and, consequently will give you advan*
tage of the old prices. We still sell the
Famous (iianipioii Boot,
every pair warranted, at (2.00. We sell a splendid pair of Men's Boots at $1.50, worth $2.00. A
nice Suit for your boy for $1.26, worth $2.00. We can't mention all the goods we carry. Come
and aee them. No trouble to show Goods. We have everything worn by man or boy.
We are not jesting about selling $10,000 worth of Goods before January 1st.
We have the Goods and Prices that will move them. If you have the
CASH. CORN. WHEAT OR OATS,
you can buy Goods of me the next FOUll MONTHS at prices never before heard of. All we ask is
that you see my Goods before buying, and see them soon beforo the stock is broken. We can't
duplicate my line at same Prices. Very Respectfully,
H. T. BELL,
Proprietor GREENBRIER CLOTHING HOUSE, Lewisburg, W. Va.
Sept. 12th, 1895.
A New Enterprise
Department,. Iloiicftt Value**. store.
This will bo an ideal , Jelenko Bros & Loel), This Store will be
Store, with pood ser- 76 & 78, Capitol St., conducted on a plan
vice and satisfaction Charleston, West Va. | that will atoncepopu
to everv Shopper. 44 One Price Only." larizo it with every
jUHK. believer in economy.
Tuesday, Oct. 15th
WILL. MARK A NEW ERA IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS
OF CHARLESTON. The well established firms of JELENKO &
BRO. and JELENKO A LOEB, who have been in business
in this valley for thirty years, have consolidated for the
purpose of carrying on
" A DEPARTMENT STORE."
THE N^?=wm Jelenko Bros & Loeb,
and will be located in their handsome marble front, five story,
3t?xl?0, building:, with all modern conveniences, now
being completed at Nos. 70 and 78, Capitol street.
TIE WHS: " DEPftBTHEHT SHE"
imply a great meaning. Think for a moment, the hundreds of articles
necassary in every day life; then, picture to yourself visiting a store of
this kind and having them displayed under one roof and under one
management; such is the magnitude of a 44 Department Store. " ?
In such a business, buying is half of the battle? knowing
When to Buy, How to Buy. Where to Buy !
This firm having two able and experienced iiuyeks, in the main
Manufacturing districts and marketa of the United Statea, constantly on
the lookout for Bargains, will therefore be enabled to give to you, the
very lowest prices for "HONEST VALUES." A
ONE PRICE CASH SYSTEM
will be STRICTLY MAINTAINED, every article will be marked in
plain figures, and no deviation permitted, thereby insuring
equal justice to all. The
" HAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT"
will be in charge of an expert Clerk, and all Mail Orders shall receive our
prompt and careful attention. In the near future a complete and illus
trated Catalogue will be mailed to consumers, which will facilitate the
ordering of Goods from this establishment. A Ladies' Reception Room
will be provided, on the second floor for the accommodation and com
fort of out of town Shoppers. ?
" HONEST V&LBES" AND "ONE PRICE ONLY
will be the MOTTO of this Mammoth ESTABLISHMENT. A hand
seme souvenir will be presented to all who attend the opeuing day.
JELENKO BROS & LOEB,
?? DEPARTMENT STORE," 70 & 78 Capitol street.
Oct. 3rd, 1895.
PERHAPS THERE IS ONE MAN IN TEN WHO HAS NOT
yet learned where to buy his Goods. We are after
that man with common-sense talk and money Hav
ing Goods. You of course buy where you can buy
the cheapest. That's common-sense.
COME, BUY OF US!
that to you will be Dollars and Cents. My stock this fall is
completo in every line. BOOTS SHOES were bought early
In the season, thereby saving the enormous advance, and I still
have the same old prices on Goods that cannot be replaced at
leas than 25 per cent, advance. In CLOTHING my stock is too
large and must be sold.
Men's Suits, $4.00 and up,
Special attention is culled to my line of $10.00 uits, Chil
dren's 75 cent* to 87.00, Youtha $8 00 to $12 00 Over
coatB $3.00 and up, Pauls 76 cents and up. Dry (ioods,
Notions, Hats, Caps, Groceries ami Hardware at the same
low prices. Give me a call, and prices, which are our
pleasure to quote, will surely convince you of the above
facts. I am also prepared to furnish Lumber, Shingles &
Lathes in any quantity and quality. Prices on any kind
of dimension stuff cheerfully submitted on application. ?
Builders material a specialty.
A. E. IIUDDL,E8TIJN,
Oct. 3rd, 1896. While Sulphur Springs, W. Va.
MATTINGS and Oilcloths. /iKNTI.KMFN'S Neckwear, at
J. E. BELL. J. K. HKLL.
Opposite Lewisburg Hotel, stil J nan
lies a choice and attractive line of
family Groceries, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Goods, Toys, Fancy Articles,
And will make it to the advantage
of all wishing good Goods at Pleas
ino prices to buy from him.
As heretofore, a Specialty, and will
sell at asurprising Short Profit, par
ticularly in unbroken packages.
In TOBACCO and CIGARS, and will
furnish Quality at Prices that will uot
fail to be Satlsfactorv.
Do not suffer yourselves to be imposed
upor by buying Bulged and Unwhole
Of all kinds, Mew, Bright and Tempt
ing, always on hand at Bottom Prices.
H JtC A.IMS
To gives Satisfaction to all, and if any
cause for complaint, oblige by notify
DAILY ADDITIONS .
Made to stock, and you can rely upon
all Goods being as Represented.
Lewisburg. W. Va.. June 17th. *94.
PURSUANT to the terms of a cer
tain deed of trust executed to me
as trustee by John Wurts and M. E.
ltussell, partners under the name and
style of John Wurts & Co., and John
W urts individually, bearing date Jan
uary 26th, 1804, and recorded in the of
fice of the Clerk of the County Court of
Greenbrier county, West Virginia, on
the 12th day of February, 1894, in Trust
Deed Hook No. 1, page 483, I shall
make sale, having been so required by
certain of the creditors secured by said
deed, at public auction, on the premises,
to the highest bidder, on
Friday , October llf/i, 1896,
of a certain lot of land, containing one
acre, more or less, situate on the west .
side of the turnpike on Main street in
the town of Frankford, county afore
said, together with the buildings on
said lot, being the property upon which
the said M. E Russell lived and the
said John Wurts & Co. kept store at
the date of said deed and the same con
veyed to said Wurts by Win. King by
deed of record in the Clerk's office
Terms of Sale :
Ono-third cash, one-third in one year
and one-third in two years from the day
of sale, with interest from day of sale
on the deferred payments, for which the
purchaser will be required to give his
notes with good security* and a lien will
be retained on the property as further
security. QUIN MORTON,
Sept. 12-4w. Trustee.
iCUSSlCil ? UilE ' SIM,
UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE.
A SCHOOL for Hoys and Young
Men will be opened in LEWIS
HURG on the 10th of September, 1806,
under the manugement of Rev. J. M.
Tuition for Session of Nine
Months, ? ? ? $46.00.
Payable one-half in adyance at the
opening of the Session, and one-half
January 1st, 1806.
Number of pupils limited. Those
wishing admittance should apply at
once. Board in private families for
all pupils from a distance. For infor
mation apply to
Rev. J. M. SLOAN,
Aug. 16-tf. Lewisburg, W. Va.
(HAVE located at West Sewell. Fay
ette county, on the C.&O. Railway,
for the purpose of conducting a first
class .Jewelry business. Fine Watch
and ( lock repairing a specialty. I also
keep a full line cf Spectacles, and, un
der an entirely new method, am able to
make a careful examination of the eyes
free of any charge. My glasses are all
the finest pebble ground. I will be in
Lewisburg. West Va.. the 4th week of
each month. Any work in my line
coming in during my absence oan be
left at l)rs. J. L. Nelson Jk Son's of
fice. Very respectfully,
J. A. LOWE,
June 20- tf. Jeweler A Optician.