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.Way i». 18S7. A little German Band discoursed some sweet music on our streets Tuesday. Strawberry Feast by the ladies of the M. E. Church, South, begins Thursday 26th. The Institute for colored teachers will be conducted by Prof. Clifford of Harper’s Ferry,_* m Mr. Harry Middlekautf trade several sets . of fine harness for a Winchester customer last week. Among the patents recently granted is one to Win. Exner of Harper's Ferry, for Cut off and Spout. Mr. Lewis Dinkle withdrew his name from the list of candidates for County Su perintendent of Schools. The dwelling house erected on ' Mt. Par vo” avenue for Miss Eliza Welsh is being painted by Mr. W. A. Davis. Gustav Brown Consistory, A. A. S. K., will meet on Thursday evening, May 19th, at 7i o'clock. Work on hand. The Strawberry Festival for the benefit j of Wildey 1 °- F- wil1 bt‘*in June 2nd and continue three days. The Martinsburg Nrrakl is informed that j Mr. Joe. Chriswell recently sold his farm I in Berkeley county for 14800 cash. Tuesday was Court day, and Election day, and in consequence of the latter fact the saloons | btom j.nt_! thpn* twini? no rain it was a •lry day. _ _ The "Carter House” hack has been great ly improved by the artizans of the coach factory of Mr. L. I’. Starry. Its last estate is better than its first. By the bursting of his gun whilst in the act of shooting a wild duck Mr. Oscar W at son of Middleway received a severe wound on the side of his head. The Martinsburg GazHte says Mr. H. McDt )W ell, of Strinesville, Berkeley county, has a Holdstein calf two months old, which tips the beam at 250 lbs. Mr. Wm. H. Wilson, whilst assisting in stretching a telephone wire on Tuesday morning last, fell from a tree,—thirty teet, more or less, but was not seriou.dv hurt. At the meeting of the Grand Comman dery of Knights Templar for West \ irgiuia, at Charleston last week, Mr. Alex. Parks, of Martinsburg was elected Grand Com mander. On Tuesday Mr. George F. Anderson erected the frame lor a dwelling house on the lot of Mr. 1>. S. Hughes, opposite “Mt. Parvo.” Mr. J. K. P. Jones built a splen did foundation. Messrs. Diehl & Bro. have been active in getting in new monuments and tombstones in “Edge Hill Cemetery” this season. They have there many monuments to their ex cellent workmanship. The machinery, in part, ot the new Plan ing Mill and Sash factory of Win. Phillips’ Sons has been placed in position by Mr. Taylor of Wavnesboro, Pa. and the firm is ready for orders big and little. The County Court concluded its May term on Monday of last week. The county levy was laid at 40 cents on each $100 of real and personal property, (5 cents less than last year,) and $1 capitation. The May term of the Circuit Court began on Tuesday—Judge Beckwith presiding. The Grand Jury was called and the Judge charged it in clear and concise terms. Col. H. B. Davenport was made foreman. Mr. F. L. Heller is to erect a handsome dwelling house for Miss Harriet Booker on c.mnJ atiwt Wm Phillins’ Sons will furnish the building material. The same firm will supply the lumber for the enlarge ment of the colored Methodist Church. At Martinsburg Monday night, Hon. J. H. Gettinger, State Senator, was serenaded and made a speech explanatory of his course in helping to bring about the nomi nation of Judge Faulkner for United States Senator. Senator Faulkner also made a brief address. _ The Martinsburg ImlrprHtlmt has entered upon its seventeenth year—“coquetish sev enteen,” indeed. It has a fascinating way of -aying things -i> especially clever in its editorials and is newsy. We hope it will attain to good old age and never lose its “winning ways.-’ Mr. Getzendanner converted the skating rink building into two large store-rooms; one «f which he occupies himself, and the other has been taken by Messrs. I>aniel Heflebower and James II. Cnnklyn for the display of farming machinery in which they purpose to deal extensively. At a recent meeting of the I. O. G. T. of Leetown, the following officers were elected for the ensuing term : K. C. Watson, C. T.; Charles Jones, \ . T.; Janies fetrider, H. Secy; Geo. T. Watson, F. Sec’y; T. H. Puck, Trcas.; Jacob Snyder, Chap.; Harry Watson, M.; Harry Strider, I. G.; Charles Lee Baker, O. G.; and Geo. I>. Johnson Assist. Sec’y. Mr. Arthur W. llawks of Baltimore, for merly of this town, under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. of Sbepherdatown will de liver his famous lecture m '* Noses " in that plaee on the evening of the :>l*t instant. He will discourse on the proboscis as it ap pears in its different phases. He handles the nose with dexterity—in fact like a fellow that has one of his own to brag ou. We are sorry that our greatly esteemed friend Mr. Gallaher, of the Charlestown Frr, tWm, has recently been under the weather, and glad to know that he is better again and ready for business. High living will tell on editors as well as other people, though.—SJtsplttr<Utoir i Regi*Ur. That’s so—we live high: we live on Mt. Parvo—highest hill in towu. But high living” isn’t as bad as low die-t. Personal. Col. R. P. Chew has returned from a business trip to Chicago. Mr. Robert Raum, of Kentucky, is visit ing his mother in this place. Mias Mary Sheerer has returned from an extended visit to Kentucky. Mrs. G. W. T. Kearsley is visiting her daughters in Knoxville, Tennessee. Messrs. Jacob A. Engle and Lee H. Heiskell have returned from Charleston. Mrs. Mary Duke Campbell and little daughter are visitiug at Stephenson Semi nary. Mrs. Samuel Walton has been spending some days with her mother, Mrs. Isaac Fouke. Mr. D. Janney Howell of the Geological Bureau spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife and parents in Charlestown. Mrs. Bettie Sherrard, wife of Rev. Jos eph L. Sherrard, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cramer, near town. Dr. Charles B. Turner and wife, of Lou doun county, have been spending a few days with Mr. Turner’s parents at Bloom ery. Miss Elizabeth Wilson of Horida, daughter of the late David C. W ilson, for merly of this county, is visiting Mr. Win. C. Carrell of this place. Col. Geo. E. Raum and wife of San Fran cisco, and Miss Raum—daughter of Col. Wm. R. Raum of Mississippi, have been a it _ n_a_IT_e_- £_ ill llie vauu iiuu^v »v* u »V” Judge Beckwith was serenaded on Wed nesday night of last week. Of course it was an event without political significance— simply a testimonial of the esteem in which our fellow-citizen is held by the community. A band was employed and good and inspir iting music was discoursed and there was a creditable display of pyrotecnics. Hon. Wm. H. Travers having been invited to preside introduced Judge Beckwith in well ' chosen words. The new Judge responded eloquent}—expressing surprise but.gratifi cation at the appointment, and appreciation of the demonstration—a demonstration that seemed worthy of the occasion as the oc casion merited the manifestation. He em braced the opportunity to pay a glowing tribute to the character and services of Col. Chew, his colleague in the Legislature. At the conclusion of his remarks vociferous calls for addresses from other gentlemen were made but none responded, though —by the rockets’ red glare They were known to la* there. The crowd did not finally disperse 'til the lights went out. Clarke Count if Clippings. From the Clarke Courier: George Hull, colored, brought to town on Tuesday a carp, caught in the Shenandoah river with a dip-net, that weighed 21 pounds. This monster was preserved alive in a tub of water and attracted a great deal of notice. Through the courtesy of Bro. Gallaher, of the Charlestown FltEK Press, we learn ed on Monday by telephone that Governor Wilson of West Virginia, has appointed Col. Frank Beckwith circuit judge of the district over which Judge Faulkner had presided—the latter having resigned to ac cept the F. S. Senutorship to which lie was recently elected by the Legislature. ('<>1. Beckwith is a son-in-law to Maj. McDonald, of this place, is very popular in Jefferson county and the compliment paid him by Gov. Wilson in elevating him to the judg ship is very pleasant to his friends in this county. Col. Beckwith will wear the judi cial ermine with credit to the people he is called upon to serve in that capacity. With the compliments of S. K. Barr, Secretary of the B. A O. Employes Relief Association we have the Sixth Annual £ a_ _i ru'pori til mt: IH’lin aauuva *•■*** on the Savings and Building features. \V« note that between May 1, 1880 and Sept. 30, 1886, the association made payments ol $318,025.00 on 307 deaths by accident $202,610.52 on G21 deaths from other causes; $103,520.27 on 14,840 disablements from injuries received in discharge of duty; ami $430,070.<*0 on 20,342 payments for disable ments from sickness, and injuries not re ceived in discharge ot duty. Aggregate pay meats $1,20*.223.91. Present aggregatt active membership 20,207. Next week is the time of the great mili tary encampment and drill in Washington City—beginning on Monday and on wliict day the sale of round trip excursion tick ets will commence. The city is going tc l»e crowded from basement to attic of pub lie and private boarding houses. If not too late to get in, the “Cutler House,” 22: 3rd street. X. W., only a few steps front Pennsylvania Avenue, will be found to lx a desirable place for such as prefer its quie to the bustle an 1 confusion of the hotels— and the fare there is elegant and bountiful Address Mrs. Cutler. 222 3rd st N. W. <’ol. C.-orge K. Baum of San Francisco calle< to -ci- us ..n Tuesday. The Colonel, with alov» of home and friends that is at once beautiful and dutiful, makes frequent journeys acros: the continent to visit his venerable mother ir this town. We an’ glad he has the means t< do this, but more pleased that be luis the iueli nation. And we are gratitied tliat he alway: ! calls in u>. Col. Ramu is a memherofGov Bartlett s >taff. and will probably take part ii j the great military review in Washington ot Governors' Pay. The Grand Jury found an indictment agains John Hawk and Charles l’ott> for misdemean or—in unlawfully, but not feloniously, de st roving and defacing real property not theii ' own. < >ke Swift, indicted by a former Gram Jury for assault upon Mr. Barney Lloyd, wil probably Wtried to-day—Wednesday. Mr. Win. Thomas, an aged and esteemer citi/cn of Berkeley county, was drowned it Back Creek on Tuesday week. His hors fell and threw him into the creek, and it i supposed that he was stunned, as he di< not make any attempt to rise and was dea< when reached. Holders of Lots in “Edge Hill Cemetery are requested to read the notice “To Lo L Holders” iu advertising column. SCHOOL ELECTIOS. For County Superintendent. Emmanuel Schaffer. J. N. Trussell. Charlestown. 309 39 Zoar. 27 4 Mannings. 00 w Harper's Ferry. 113 20 Halltown. "6 8 Oak Grove. 00 00 Shepherdstown.... 9 -0 Duftields. 12 « Middleway. 000 000 Leetown. 00 00 Kearneysville. 00 00 Kabletown. 000 00 Summit Point. ”9 ” Total 0000 0000 The votes at Shepherdstown—home of Mr. Trussell, and Charlestown and Halltown— communities nearest Mr. Schieffer, are signifi cant of the estimation in which these gentle men are held, respectively, where they are best known, and arc complimentary to each. In Charlestown District Messrs. Jno.T. Cols ton and A. B. Yates were re-elected President of Board of Education and Commissioner, res pectively, without opposition. CHURCH SOTES. Rev. l)r. A. C. Hopkins will preach at Kabletown on Sunday afternoon, May 29th. Rev. Dr. John S. Martin, presiding el der, will preach in the M. E. Church, South, Charlestown, morning and night of Sunday 29th instant—Quarterly Meeting. Quarterly Conference will be held in the Church on Monday morning, May 30th, at 9.30 o’clock. Brace Up. You are feeling depressed, your appetite poor, yon are bothered with Headache, you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out ol sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or , ..._ ...i.:«i. 1.n.... tlmir bnais verv cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate vou for an hour, and then leave you in "worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action on Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality, and give re newed health and strength. Such a medi cine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at (Jeo. T. Lights Drug Store. Excursion to Washington. During the great Military Encampment and Competitive Drill, to be held at Wash ington, May 23d to 80th, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will sell excursion tickets tc Washington from all stations on its lines east of and including Parkersburg, Wheel ing aud Pittsburgh. Excursion tickets will be sold for all trains every day from May 21st to 30th, inclusive, and will be good foi return passage until June 1st, inclusive. A correspondent of the Wheeling JBcgts ter writing from the Second District, sug gests the retirement of Messrs. D. II Leonard and Julius C. Holmes from tot State Executive Committee because they are both handicapped by their positions as Federal appointees, and that the place oi the latter, Mr. Holmes, be tilled by Scnatoi Faulkner. He further suggests the elec tion of the Senator as Chairman of the State Executive Committee. We cordially endorse both of these suggestions and would be glad t« see an early meeting of the com mittee to make those changes. The worli of organization cannot be undertaken toe soon.—Fairmont Index. Mr. Camden is not before the people now It is fair to him, and to the Legislature ol West Virginia, to say again what the Intel■ litjenetr said at the close of the regular ses sion : There has been nothing to show that he tried to buy votes or that anybody was willing to sell his vote. In view of th( bribery scandals in other States, it please? onr State pride to be able to say this of s rich man who desired a high place, and o! the Legislature, chiefly composed of pool men, that had the giving.— Wheeling Intel litjencer. New York, May 13.—That remarkabb organization, the “ Thirteen Club.” in it! crusade against superstition, arranged a pe culiar entertainment for this Friday nigh at its rooms in Twenty-eighth street. Then were thirteen tables, at each of which sa . thirteen guests. The menu cards were it the shape of coffins, and to make the occa sion as mirthful as possible, one table wa occupied by thirteen undertakers. Then were present as the chief guests three judg es of this State who have recently departet from the custom of sentencing criminals t< be hanged ou Friday. West Virginia can now boast of bavin) the two youngest members of the Senate Senator Kenna, who was born in 1848, an< is consequently less than forty years of age and Senator-elect Faulkner who first sav light about the year 1846. The only othe Senator who might be classed with the® two in youth, is Spooner, of Wisconsin, win was born in I.awrenecbuig, Ind., in 1S43 And singularly enough this trio is, in poin of legal and oratorical ability, as strong a any that could be selected from that body —Phi/a. Time*. A new novel to be issued anonymously ii a few weeks under the bead of “Walling ford" is from the pen of one of the official of the Baltimore and Ohio system. It principal scene is laid in Baltimore. Tb heroine is supposed to be a well-knowi : Baltimore beauty, and the hero a civil cn gineer of the Pennsylvania Railroad wh , constructed a tunnel under Baltimore. Ad vance sheets of the book promise well. Bnttimore American. On Monday the compositors of tiic I la It, more Son office presented Mr. Abell with magnificent gold-headed cane, accompany ing the same with an address and resolu tions. It was mentioned in the address tha among the number of the compositors ar tour who have been employed on the So • for forty-five years—an evidence of the coi l dial relations existing between the employ 1 er and employees. Their liusltiess Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such general revival at Geo. T. Lights Dru Store as their giving away to their custom ■' ers of so mauy free trial bottles of D sj King's New Discovery for Consumptioi 1 Their trade is simply enormous in this ver j valuable article from the fact that it alway cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Cold f Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and all thro; . and lung diseases quickly cured. You ca tost it before buying by getting a trial bo : tie free, large size 81. Every bottle wai | ranted. —| OUR SPRING GREETING “Spring, with that nameless pathos in the air Which dwells in all things fair, Spring, with her golden suns and silver rain Is with us once again.” rE are glad—glad it is Spring, glad we are in business this Spring, glad our ness is located among liberal and appreciative people, and very glad to fin■: •"'* selves well prepared to meet all their wants in our line. The season no‘ ... y brings its pleasures but its necessities, which, as a general rule are divide, pret ty eyenlv among us all. Articles you are needing we are offering for sale, and that we earnestly desire your custom goes without saying, your wants have been studied and anticipated with great care. We have visited the best markets, and careful ly inspected the largest and choicest stocks, selecting from each only such articles as we deemed of unquestionable merit in style, quality and value. We therefore feel justified in announcing the opening of a Spring stock which is unexcelled in any particular and as a whole offers superior advantages in the way of fresh goods of the highest grade at prices remarkably low. . , .... - . ... We urge inspection, solicit comparison and court criticism, because we firmly believe both goods and prices will find greater favor with careful buyers if compared with the general line of Spring offerings. ......... u • " Many seasonable novelties will be placed at your disposal, which it will be impossi ble to obtain elsewhere, and our entire assortment abounds in fresh designs such as will not be generally shown in other stocks. We lay claim to patronage on the ground that we offer superior styles and reliable qualities at money saving prices. Call early. Yours respectfully, WM. KAHN & CO., March 24,1887. The Leading Clothiers, Sadler Building, Charlestown, W. Vl Bucklcn'n Arnica Salic. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,and positive ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2-'> cents per box. For sale by Geo. T. Light. This week is general bargain week as ev ery week is at Wm. Kahn & Co.’s, Sadler Building, for all who want honest-made, perfect-made, low-priced clothing for them selves or their children. There is nothing to select from but what is newest and best, and nothing to expect in its selection but kind, courteous and considerate treatment. Wm. Kahx &Co., Sadler Building. Wise words to parents.—Y\ e ask your ex amination of our beautiful and extensive line of Boys’ and Children’s Clothing. We show the newest, handsomest and most cx clusive designs. Wm. Kabn ik Co., Sadler Building, Clothiers, who are of the people, for the people and with the people in equal ity, justice and fair dealing. This week is Spring Suit week at \\ in. Kahn & Co.’s, Sadler Building, and the prices on fine Spring Clothing at the great store are so popular that there is no man so poor nor no purse so small that they cannot be accommodated. Wm. Kahx & Co.,The Leading Clothiers, Sadler Building. Kahn’s the Leading Clothing House, Sadler Building, is the great store. The monster Clothing house of the State. The pride of Charlestown. No man who values » • • 1_A .-A U money aim uj’i’rciiawa should deal elsewhere. Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. Parasols ! Parasols ! Parasols ! Our as sortment of parasols is now complete and embraces all that is new in style, desirable in covering and unique in handles. < >nr prices are, if anything, lower than ever. Call and see our exhibit. You will be re paid for the trouble of coming. S. D. Hirschman & Co. We must be selling our mattings at very low prices as we have so many callers who after examining our stock and prices buy a matting before leaving. Our great facili ties in buying enable us to offer greater ad 1 vantages to the trade. Special attention is called to one great bargain of matting at 12* cents. S. D. Hirschman & Co. See our window display of men s and boys’ straw hats. No such stock ever offer ed to the people here. Our prices are very low. An early call is solicited. S. D. Hirschman &Co. Ladies’ and children’s trimmed and uu trimmed hats at very low figures. S. D. Hirschman & Co. Special offering of bargains in millinery at S. D. Hirschman &Co. DIED. Near Sheplierdstown, May 4, 1887, JULIA ALEXANDER, daughter of William and Kate II. Butler, aged 5 months and 17 days. > April 13, 1887, near Middleway, Mrs. UA : C1IAEL A. WYATT, wife of John W. Wyatt, after many years of severe suffering. Aged l> 1 years and 25 days. Died at his residence in Middleway May 3d, 1 Dr. S. A. BATES, 71 years. > A day ever to be remembered by many most especially by the huiuble writer ol these ‘ lines. In past time there was scarcely any 1 event at which I could so little bear to look as his death. But such an inroad and havoc bad 1 disease made on this extraordinary man that I even longed for bis release before it took place: and when the tidings reached me, a r sad and solemn gladness overspread my mind. I could only comtcmplatc the amazing change ' from weakness and depression to glory un 1 speakable and never ending. A few more suf fering davs and I trust we may all join him. ’ It has been said be was austere, but it was only r because he was not known. He was sometimes austere in like manner as truth is austere, fin he was a lover of truth. 1 f there was any one - virtue he prized more than another it ) was integrity—a high amMionorable principle, and he would mark the smallest deviation • from it in a moment. Severity might some t times sit on his brow, dart from his eye, and be perceived in his decided manner of speech, i but it never for a moment lodged in his heart. • which was too noble, too benevolent, too affec tionate to be the seat of anything so unlovely as severity• Whenever he bore the aspect it arose from the prevailing abstraction of his 1 min.i n-birli wns constantly mirsuim: profound - subjects ami from bis most uncommon energy , and decision of character. But his friendly 5 and benevolent sympathies were awakened in » the moment they were called for. His heart ■> and his car were ever open to the cry of every sufferer whether high or low. He was like his 1 divine Master—peculiarly the friend of tl« - friendless, the comforter of the afflicted, tin gentle instructor of the ignorant. The rich h< 5 never sought; the poor he never neglected ' lint words fail: his worth can never be known. No matter—he had. and so should I have higher views than the honor which cometli from man—even the honor which comet! . from God. Mav every one of his children t am: myself who loved him as one) be careful t< 1 transplant his virtues ami goodness into oui - hearts and lives. We shall go to him, but hi shall not return to us. A Fkiejtd. Past arc. ' rIf. subs riber will devote several tichls o I line grass near Charlestown. to the pastur - age of TOWN COWS during the season com mencing the middle ot May, lSs(. A thor oughbred Jersey Hull will be free of cost witl the herd. Engagements solicited. Mar. 31, 1887—8t. JAb. M. RANbON. : - Strayed 1“^ROM the barnvard of Mr. Thomas 1 raziei * near Charlestown. al>out four or five week • 1 ago, a Light Spotted SOW which weigh© about pounds. Had short tail, and on *» front ankle enlarged. Liberal reward for lie return to me. ^ • S. MEK<- HAN 1. n 1 March 31, 1887. H0B8E AND CATTLE POWpERSforsal WALL &. DORSEY. DO YOU WANT The Earth? We tan’t give you that, hut we will give you the best bargains on earth in Men’s and Boys’ Tailor Fitting CLOTHING AND Gent’s Furnishing Goods. We are overstocked, overloaded, overcrowd ed, overwhelmed with this big assortment, and we will oiler it at CLEAN SWEEP FIGURES. Goods sold at money saving Prcics. Goods sold at money reaching Prices. Goods sold at people pleasing Prices. Goods sold at unearthly low Prices. If we do not save you money will make | some one else sell you Low. At ,V. IWA I VAN'S. Baltimore Clothing House in Everett House Building opposite People's National Bank, Martinsburg, W. Va. April l u 1887. Working Classes ATTESTlflS! ■\Ve are now prepared to furnish all classics with employment at home, the whole of the time, or for their time or for thcir.sparc mo ments. Business new, light and profitable. I»__. ..C A- Ao.;ii. A'lrn frnlll .r>OlT<llt.S to $.5.00 per evening, and a proportional sum by devoting all their time to the business. Boys and girls car earn nearly a* much as men. That all who sec this may send their address, and test the business, we make this offer. Io such ns arc not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for the trouble of writing. Full particulars and outfit free. Address GEORGE STINSON A CO., Portland, Maine. Dec. 0, 1880— 1 vr. OWEN HOUSE. (European Plan 1113 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Nearthe Treasury, Washington < ity. Elegantly Furnished Rooms, single, double, oren suite, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. Special rates for the week, month, or longer. DUFFY A LEANNARDA, Dec. , 1882. Proprietors. NOTICE. SEALED proposals will be received by the undersigned for painting the Market House in Charlestown, W. Va. Specifications fur nished on application. JOHN PoBTKUKIELD. Gustav Bbows, W. F. Limn. May 12, 1887—2t. Vain! Season 1**7. 'ii^K are offering the Celebrated Tinted YY Gloss Paint, all colors, for $1.2.5 per gal lon. White inside and out $1.40 per gallon. Wc have the Metropolitan Paint in seven colors at the low price of $1.00 per gallon. Imperial Carriage Paint in two colors. All colors of Paint in 1 pound cans. April 28, 1887. AISQUITH *00. Adams Express Office HAS BEEN REMOVED TO .National Bank Building. One Door West of Bank. C. HORACE GALLAHER, April 10, l.v'4. Agent. Washington X .M eander HAVE made arrangements to insure proper ty AGAINST TORNADOES in Atna, of Hartford, Continental, of New York, and Pea body, of Wheeling, W. Va. Where parties de sire this, on application a special Policy will he trranted and an additional rale be charged for same. May 27, 1886. 1>EMEMBER my claim to Superior quality \ in FRESH MEATS, and I do not sell you meat at 121 cents and to your neighbor the sa;ue meat at 10 cents a pound. One price to all is my motto. Respectfully,^ ^ ^ ^ Old Stand of J. H. Rodrick. Sept. 30, 1886. To the Public. I HAVE in stock some superior brands of Whiskeys, among them a Sour Mash Ken tucky Whiskey highly recommended as una dulterated and' pure. Nov. 22. JOHN S. EA6TERDAA Ac CO. Wanted. rpWO SEAMSTRESSES can secure employ ment by applying immediately to the un ! designed, Merchant Tailor. Main Street, Charlestown. SAMUEL J. LANG. May 5, 1887. 1 ' "IT7"! 'Vr more money than at anything W XlA else bytakingan agency for the best selling book out.* Beginners succeed grandly. None fail. Terms free. Hali.ett Book Co., Portland, Maine. Ice! Ice! Ice! 1 I HAVE a supply of GOOD ICE. and willde :■ j 1 liver the same to customers through the sea r son. Let me have your names. Terms made known on application. _ ! May 5,1887. THOMAS FRAZIER. t. / ’ AME COCK. Hold Fa.-t, Cherry and other I v_I braudsoflubaccosoldchoapbyC.D. EBY. “ Oh, my! have you seen the new ‘Mather' fas tening ?>’o buttons! no hooks! and so convenient. They arc for sate by $ May 12, 1887.__ SHENANDOAH FALL AND WINTER noon s have been received and are being sold at a SMALL MARGIN above wholesale prices. We call special attention to our Sateens, Worsted Dress Goods, Dress Flannel, Blue and Obi Gobi Calicoes. Large Assortment of Dress (tini'hiims. Bleached and Brown Cottons have been advanced by wholesale house* but wo are still selling them at the old price. Statue of Liberty Cotton, yard wide, and best cotton sold in the county for seven cents. We are Headquarters for Flannels and Canton Flannels. BOOTS & SHOES. Our “Fear Naught" Boot gets away with all others. Fancy Decorated China .Sets and Qucenswarc of every description. It is useless for us to quote prices in Groceries ; we sell them at Baltimore prices. ROLLER FLOUR! ROLLER FLOUR!! If you want to make your sisters and cous ins and your aunts happy, just buy them SHENANDOAH MILUNC CO.’S PRIMROSE AND SUPERLATIVE flour Primrose, $.r>.00 per barrel, Superlative $-1.65. Exchange your wheat and corn foi Roller Flour and Bolted Corn Meal. Thanking the public for past patronage and soliciting their trade in the future. SHENANDOAH MILLING CD. Sept. !), 1886. Stock of Goods for Sale. HAVING concluded to quit the ineramtih business, I odor my stock of j;oods fo sale to any one who wishes to embark therein The store room and location one of the best ir the town. Three Moors and large, well-lighter and ventilated cellar. Not knowing whether I shall find any on< to purchase the whole stock, f shall from this date commence to sell at retail at greatly re duced prices; manv articles at much less that coSt. GEO. W.T. KEAR8LEY. May 5, 1887. For Rent* VGOOD Brick Tenant House for rent, will nine rooms above ground and nil othc conveniences—good cellar and basement kitch en. Terms $168 a vear with t>ond and security f to F, B. 80UPKB8 I HAVE just replenished my Urpet Kxhibi tion with twenty-five new styles of Carj*-t ing for the Fall and Winter trade S* pt.1880. GEO. \\ . 1. KLAlkftLEY . ITTOULD inform the public that every Pro yy pared by me individually. Persons can fim me at night at the room over the old ShenfT Office. Jail Building. Reapj^tMly. July 16,1881. GEO.T. LIGHT VBE XXOXIOSTELEI'S Tor TAR SALVE 1^51 AN INFALLIBLE CURB. W * Y~‘ GEO. T. LIGHT, Agent for JefT. Co. / 1 ARDEN SEED We h vn . not V I large assortment of Garden Seed. March 10, 1887. Al.SQI ITII A < 0. OAP8.—We have in store a large 'to, k • O Toilet Soap-. We call special attention! | our 10 and 7 cent soa(*s. AIS^l ITH A CO. \UCTION Soap only 5 cents a cake. Urge cake on earth for the money. C. V. EUi Ey”1 ,L- ''^Vt KLuihi IgQLW.O^- .... rilJ1,n, DON’T FAIL, TO SEE TIIE IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS I AT HAGLEY’8 , Templeo TYusliion. Hi) IS, 1U7. Merchant Tailoring. J. t. DAVIS, Berryville, Virginia, carries a full line of FINK WOOLENS, COATINGS, FANCY CASS I MERES, Hi lk Mixed AND FANCY WORSTEDS I uinl a full line of J0FA1I work guaranteed to be a* ropre- # seated, and first-clan in fit and style. T’i Having employed a cutter, who is a graduate of the John Mitchel Cutting School of New York, we feel confident in offering our service* to the citizens of Jefferson—that we can give entire satisfaction and will use every means to give our work a high reputation. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I ■ i yr. I 'MOLLY »i»YD U tit TAR LE8SO.Y8. HAVING been solicited by many music loving persons to give lessons on the Vio lin and Guitar, l have concluded to accept a limited number of pupils for the aitove named Instruments. For terms please call on meat my Jewelry Store on Main street, or address me I«ock Box No. IS. Charlestown. 8i>ecial Bates for Clubs of 4. Respectfully, K. BR0WN0L1). March ll. W/P AVfTTVl*c made. Cut this out and JMivXsJjX return to us. and we will <nd you free, something of great value and importance to you that will start you in business which will bring you in more I money right away than anything else in this world. Any one can do the work and live at home. Either sex; all ages. (Something new. , that just coins money for all workers. We . will start you; capital not needed. This bone i of the genuine, important chances of a life prising will not delay. Grand outfit free. Ad dress TRUE A CO., Augusta, Maine. Dec. 9, 18»0—1 yr. 'VTEW CROP New Orleans Molasses and Hu ‘ i-ar, guarantee*! pure, for Hale by January 20. 1887. G. W. T. K EARS LEY. I >OK and Branch Herring by the barrel, half II harrcl-or dozen. Smoke*! iferring and Codfish. GEO. W. T. KEARHLEY. I MICK WHEAT FLOUR and Oat Meal for J sale by GEO. W. T. KEARHLEY. January 20. 1887. WOOL IIM.mil. HIGHEST PRICE PAID IN CASH. HPHE undersigned will nay top market price A in Cash for Wool delivered at the Jefferson 1 Woolen Mill (01*1 Porter Factory)or in Charles 8 town at Adams Express Office. JNO. J. JOBE. May 5,1887. BRING us your Eggs, Chicken*. Veal Calve*. Will pav you Mg prices in Cash. We want it all. ” ALL A DORSEY. Headquarters for fwi at WALL A DORSEY’S. 1 USE A POSITIVE Till Wyo for Bum*. cure I B U PILE$. *'ut>, HORNER’S GEO. T. LIGHT, Agent for Jeff. Co. o _____ SCHOOL SUPPLIES furnished by GEO. T. LIGHT. AL SK FOR ANTIFERMENTINE, asnnerior article for preserving Fruit, Cider, Ac. Sold by June 18,1885. GEO. T. LIGHT. UKMKMl'.KK a > 15 cent* a pound. WALL A DORSEY.