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June 2, t8S7. Hon. Wm. J. ?tone, of Kentucky, will deliver the address on Memorial Day (Sat urday next) in Charlestown. Our City Fathers have the thanks of a grateful community for the street-cleaning that has been done the past few days. Monday was Whitsuutide—a festival of the church in commemoration of the descent of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. There is to be a Camp Meeting under the auspices of the M. E. Church, South, near Wadesville in August—beginning the 11th. Martinsburg is now in the eujoyment of a Chinese washerman, named Lee Gong. He is not noisy as his name might indicate. Rev. R. E. J. Warner, colored, formerly a pastor of the M. E. Church in this place, died in Baltimore on Monday last—aged 4‘J years. _ ____ Next staled rendezvous of Gustav Brown Consistory on June i>:h, at 4 p. m. A full attendance of members requested. W ork on hand. Mr. A. M. Moore, Sr., died at his resi dence in Clarke county, on Friday, May 13th. He was 7$ years of age, and was universally respected. On Monday last the O. M. Brown three story brick house on Market street, Win chester, was sold to Mr. Frank II. W'issler —consideration, #4,400. Bishop l’eterkin, of the I’. E. Church, during his late visitations to Berkeley and Jefferson, administered the rite of confirma tion to eighty-seven candidates. Our old journalistic friend Jno. H. Zit tle, of Shephervlstown, called to see us on Monday. He looked well—his millinery first-class aud in good taste. Ex-editors excel in good clothes. Rev. Frank McGee and Chas. G. Little ton attended the Ministers’ and Deacons' meeting of Shenandoah Association, held at Rockland Baptist Church, Warren Coun ty, Virginia, last week. Storer College at Harper’s Ferry had its Commencement on Monday. The colored band from this place—which is a good one —was present. It was a gala day among the colored people. How they do dote on the “stugents.”__ A handsome balloon, bearing the inscrip tion “/’or Goornor, R. Proton Chew" was successfully sent up from Charlestown last Wednesday evening, and moved majestical ly northward until lost to sight in the dim distance.—Spirit. Monday was a national holiday—a day set apart for Horal offerings to dead Union soldiers. Bank officers and < Government of ficials throughout the country observed it— not all to strew flowers, but gladly accepted the opportunity for a day off. The Strawberry Festival,, heretofore an nounced, to be given by the lady friends of Wildey Lodge I. O. (>. F . will be held three days, beginning on Thursday, June 2nd, in Washington Hall. On Saturday, 4th, Me morial Day, a dinner will be served in good style. The ladies of Oakland M. E. Church, South, will hold a Strawberry Festival at Mt. Hope School-House on the 10th and 11th of June, for church purposes. A lib eral encouragement is solicited, and all the help that friends can render will be thank fully received. tor an invitation wtnerouriu annual celebration of the Ston wall Literary Soci ety of the Fishburne Military School, Waynesboro, Ya.. to take place June 1st, we are indebted to Lynn M. Campbell, of this town—a student at that institution, and whose name appears on the list of tie - cl aimers. The holders of the six per cent. Jefferson County Bonds sill find it to their interest to present them to 1>. Annan, Cashier of 2nd National Bank of Cumberland, Mary land, for payment. They are not now bear ing interest, and are, therefore, only as -o much dead and unproductive capital in the hands of the holders. We arc requested to announce that Mr. It. II. Keininger. cutter and tailor for J. L. Davis, of Berry ville, will be in town next Saturday, June 4th, with a large line of -ample* of cloths and casaimeres, to take order- for -ults. All in need of a goad suit will do well to call and see him at Burns A Shugert - store. Fits guarantees!. The C. II. B. Club have reorganized for the season with the following players: Mason, P.; Dunlap, C.; Hirschman, 1st B.; Ho >tT, 2nd B; Kear-ley. 3rd R; Hopkins, j S. S.; Davenport, I.. F.; M Knight. C. F.; and Mitchell, it. F They are now read) to play any club in the valley. Address Lock Box 13, Charlestown, W. Ya. This community was very much shocked on Sunday morning by the announcement of the sudden death of Mr. J. V. Blond**!, an old and respected citizen of the town. He was a native of Martinsburg having lived in the town a!l hi- life, and had a wide circle of friends in the county and town. He was in his seventy first year when he died. “Requiescat in Pace.' - .Vu/ooMoa, >atur 1 iy next wi.l be ‘’Memorial Day' in Charlestown. Invitations were extend ed to -everal military companies, but it i net definitely known whether they can be pre-ent or not. The Lee Memorial A--oci ation and 1'muJ, of --hepherdstown. have -ignified their intenti<m to attend, ansi our 1 * Brigade will turn out. and the citizens i\ il •‘welt the number, fhe orator is lien. J-ttfie, of Kentucky—a distinguished - oi lier of the late Confederacy and eloquent member of Congress. We hope for an au spicious day and a general gathering of the people to pay the beautiful tribute of flow »r- to the heroic men whose bodies are in terred in our midst. ftroiMl. Miss Ellie Keerl has returned from a visit to Alexandria Mr. Simon Hirschman has gone on a visit to Philadelphia. Lieut. Ed. Avis of the U. S. A., is wait ing hia friends here. Mr. Harry Beall, of New York, ia visiting his mother, Mrs. Martha Beall. Mr. E. C. Davenport has resigned the po sition of draftsman in the Roanoke Machine Works and is at hia home near thia town. Rev. I)r. Jno. S. Martin, Presiding Elder, preached two fine sermons in the M. E. Church. South, on Sunday—the Quarterly Meeting occasion, llie* Dr. is a power in the pulpit. Mr. and Mrs. J. A Davenport are visiting Mrs. Martha Bead—mother of Mrs. Daven port. Mr. I), has resigned the place occu pied by him in New Jersey, and has accept ed a position as civil engineer on Richmond <St Danville Railroad. Circuit Court. The following jury cases were disposed of last week : Fulk vs. Thompson. Lucas for plaiutifl; Baylor for defen* . Jury disagreed. Thos. W. Davis, adm'r, vs. J. M. Mason. Baylor for plaintiff; Brown for defence. Verdict for plaintiff. McCormick Harvesting Co. vs. R. W. Daily. Porterfield for plaintiff; Trapnell for defendant. Verdict f*»r plaintiff. Ruth Hurst’s Ex’r-*, vs. Jas. A. Hurst. Gibson and Baylor for plaintiff: Lucas and Truvor-* for defendant. Verdict for defend ant. Klinefelter vs. Hardesty <$c Baker. Irap nell for plaintiif] Baylor for defendants. Verdict for plaintiff. Saterlee & Co. vs. President of the Coun ! ty Court. Travers and McCormick for plaintiff; Lucas and Baylor for defendant. Trial not yet concluded. x. Green was elected to serve as spe cial judge in a case in which Judge Beck with was interested. “Burnlea," the residence of Col. Jno. T. Gibson, was the scene, Monday evening la-t of an entertainment triven by the Mr— 's Gibson to their guests, Mi-ses Lewis and Cuthbert, of Washington, I>. C. The costumes of the ladies and gentlemen were in excellent ta<te, and but for the absence of our society scribe we would produce a description of them. The attraction du ring the early part of the evening was pro gressive euchre. The favors were very pretty and were very evenly divided among those present The ladies’ prize, a hand somely hand-painted porcelain placque, was won by Miss Kearsley. The gentle men’s prize, a beautiful embroidered mou 7-ca- ', was won by Mr. Wormley Nor ris. An elegant collation was served at 12 o clock, after which many gay couples trip ped the “light fantastic” to the sweet notes of the popular dances until the hour of de parture; when many a Hushed face and sparkling eye bespoke an enjoyable evening whose- recollections will linger with increas ing pleasure in memory’s eye.— We$t 17c ijinia Democrat. We understand Messrs. Locke Light are listing some good stock lor their June sale. We hope they will be successful in this movement. Stock Sales Day in Harrisonburg, Vir ginia, has become an institution advanta geous to that whole section of the country. The stated days for these sales is the occa sion for an in-pouring of people to the county town of Rockingham, and all the people are more or leas benefitted. Im mense sums of money are taken there from abroad and left to circulate and enliven trade, and the raising of fine horses and su perior stock ot all sinus has been stimula ted and the evils of short crops of wheat or corn arc mitigated. Let our farmers co operate with Messrs. Locke iN Light in this effort fo improve the times by im proving the stock and the methods of dis posing of it. II. O. K. II. Chaiuje of Schedule. Mm/ •JMh. 1S.S7. Trains arrive at Charlestown as follows: - WTHHorSt*. Tr'n No. 14 * at 2.17 a. m. daily except Sunday “ “ 145 at 8.50 X tu. " • 447 at 2.35 p. m. ‘ •• 410 a: *.15 a. in. Sunday only 4‘>0 at 7.52 p. m. daily except Sunday • 400 at 12. 41 p, ta. “ N'lSTHBOlND. Tr'n No. 11.'> at 3.27 p. m. daily except Sunday " “ 44* at *.40 p. m. “ ■ 444 at 12.3u a. m. “ loO at 1** 40 p. in. Sunday only 470 at 6.50 a. m. daily except Sunday *' 410 at 2.05 p. m. “ Passengers can leave Philadelphia, Pa., at 7 a. in., an l arrive at Charlestown, 12.41 p. in.; I ave Ciiarlestown at 2:<»3 p. m., and arrive in Philadelphia at *.4o p. m. l'iie new bel’ secured from the foundry of W st !.- .. . N. V , for the Presbyterian Church, in this town, was placed in position last week by Mr. F. L. Belter. It meets expectation; bot its fair* «-r proportion- and its richer, fuller, sweeter tone- will by - me he discounted because of its l.i k of the aroma of association which wiv in these latter days, the chief beauty of the old bell-the ol! bell which tor al m — r a half-century cheerily rang in the v* r-hi; rs or mournfully tolled the de parture . r ids. We will all cherish a « m< m rj f old bell whilst the new one,! iik it wi’ii w • t > religious worship or re- | mi ad us that we all d > ** fade as a leaf.” l.ee Memorial Asnoclatlon. A nu. ting of the Lee Memorial A«socia~ j tion will be held at the Court-House in Charlestown, on SidurJay, Jn-.e Ifh. lsST, a 1" a’elock. a. m. VI persons interested | are res;*ectfully invited to attend. A. C. HOPKINS, Pres’t. Geo W. Haines. Sec’y. After pavin1' expenses the ladies of the B, real ized about by their Strawberry Feast. The Presbyterian General Assembly South will meet next year in Baltimore. • THE OLD CHURCH DELL. The old bell in the tower of the Presby terian Church in this place has been taken down and replaced by a new one. The fol lowing lines suggested by its removal were written by a Jefferson county lady : Take it down gently, Handle it with care. From the old belfry, Too low and too square. Long has it hung there; And memory can tell The Past to the Present, By the old Church Bell. Long has it rung there, In sunshine and rain ; Calling the worshippers Again and again. Long has it rung there, In war and in peace; Calling the worshippers “To pray and not cease." Long has it ruug there, In joy and in sorrow ; Calling to-day to duty, “For we know not to-morrow.” Long has it rung there. To call from the Manse Our Pastor to his pulpit, Christ's cause to advance. Long has it rung there: Until one by one. A host of the worshippers Have been called home. Long has it rung there; And for young and old, To the sad, silent grave, Funeral notes has tolled. Long has it rung there; The Old Sexton at last, Worn out with life’s labors. Belongs to the Past. Long has it rung there, Tho’ never attune; We'll cherish its mern’ry For work it has done. Long has it rung there; And mav we at last, Like the old Church Bell, In a new mould be cast. Take it down gently ; Give it a thought; -uany years it uuug iucic— Many changes they brought. Get up its successor ; Ana Ah! who can tell, For whom the new bell Will ring its first knell? Hang up the new Bell In a new steeple: Ami long may it ring For Pastor and People. Hang up the new Bell In a new tower ; Anil long may its clear notes The glad welkin go 'round. IOALE. Good Ilrsultn (n Every Case. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled on his lungs: had tried many reme* dies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr King’s New Discovery for Consump tion, did so and was entirely cured by use of a few bottles. Since which time he has iist*il it in his family for all Coughs and Fold- with best results. This is the expe rience of thousands whose lives have been saved by this Wonderful Discovery. Trial Bottles tree at Geo. T. Light’s Drug Store. Large Bottles $1. From the Monthly Auction Trade Journal of Mr. C. B. Rouss, the Broadway Mer chant, we take the tribute of the son to the memory of the sire : “Peter Hoke Rouss, York, Pa., October 5th, 1806. The father of this writer died on the first day of April. Last October we celebrated his eightieth birthday. Compared to this, die inevitable calamities that had pursued both father and son with relentless severity all through life were light indeed. From his plain, honest, earnest nature, perfectly matched by that of the mother, adorned by ambition, industry and enterprise, the au thor of these monthlies inherited the qual ities that ultimately commanded success. Inspired by touching example and experi ence from the earliest recollections, their severe system of mental and physical ac tivity had rooted itself into the very fibres of thought an l heart and life; and, though success was always tempered with defeat, the day of final triumph was never for a moment doubtful. His la«t hours were spent upon his es tate, Shannon Hill, Jefferson county, West Virginia. On this historic spot the Tory Fairfaxes lived and died, and within a stone’s throw where old John Iirown look ed his last upon earth, and over these clas sic grounds the armies of Sheridan and Custer -wept, burning fences, barns and houses and carrying off defenceless people. He was imprisoned at Fort Delaware be cause his sons wore the gray, and after the war he beg n life over again at sixty. Pluck will beat late ninety-six out of one hun dred. and the dose of life found him pros perous and contented after the tragic, in cessant, life-long struggles dating away back to 1>(KJ! As tiie life had been crowded with vicissitudes the end was peaceful, aud he looked death in the face unflinchingly, and on that beautiful Sunday, the young aud old, black and white, civic and milita ry of the grand old city of Winchester, met us a mile away, and in martial step and mournful anthem led on the hast dead march to Eternity. The early years of the author of this M 'lt’.’y wore spent close by that sacred spot and many the hour, sitting upon the slab over the grave of Cowpcns Morgan, his eye rested upon that consecrated ground where rest iu perfect peace the precious, pathetic du t of life’s cherished and per ished affections,—My Father and my Sl'TER-S. _ .-In End to Hone Scraping. Edward Shepherd, of Harrisbunr, 111., says: “Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; mv doctors told me 1 would have to have the bone - raped or leg amputated. I used. in>t ad, thr o bottles of Electric Bitters and -even !> \ • Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, and mv leg is now sound and well.” Electric Bitters are - Id at fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklen’s Arnica Salve at 35c. per box by Geo. T. Light. .1 Treat for titc Ladies*. Updegnffi exhibition and Parisian mid summer reception, to the ladies visiting their stores, takes place at Hagerstown, Monday. June 18th, inst., the same day of the Bicycle Parade and Races. We are informed both events will be a novel treat, especially the Parisian reception, to which our ladies are invited. Excursion rates on the railroads. 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.” «E are clad—glad it is Spring, glad we are in business this Spring, glad our ness is located among liberal and appreciative people, and very rjbul to fi: selves well prepared to meet all their wants in our line. The season no' y brings its pleasuies but its necessities, which, as a general rule are divide 1 pret ty evenly 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. 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 a« 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 21, 1887, The Leading Clothiers. Sadler Building, Charlestown, . Va. ,4#i Accident Which Could Have Been Prevented• Last week Dr. Hatton, whilst driving on the Summit Point road, was thrown from his buggy and severely bruised. Cause: ft pile of stones in the roadway. \\ hv put these things so anybody may be injured and everyone who uses the roads can be man gled'? This custom of arranging stones (both broken and unbroken) in the centre of the roads is a temptation to tate. If the road commissioners will allow this danger ous custom, let the county commissioners act in their capacity as police and do their duty. Is not that a function of the Court? It is almost as sad to be broke upon a stone pile as to wonder why your dead friends are killed. If there is no help, at least let the road commissioners, the turnpike directors, and nil the employes wear crape for thirty days after each accident, and people be al lowed to go free through the toll gates.— This would be cheaper than a suit for bro ken limbs. Citizen-. The death of Major Ben. Pcrley Poore removes from the scene of public life in Washington city one of its most familiar and popular persouages. A veteran news paper correspondent and an official in va rious capacities of many years’ standing, Major Poore had an unusually large circle of acquaintances, among whom he was de servedly popular. His fund of political and social anecdotes, covering a period of nearly half a century, was unusually varied, and his rcminiscensces entertained a host of friends and newspaper readers, besides those who have perused the collection in book form of “Reminiscences’' of the national capital.—Baltimore Sun. Maj. Poore died on Sunday. >(. n kralromnn fill the Baltimore and Ohio, residing near North Mountain, Berkeley county, was killed Mon day morning. He attempted to jump on a train going into Martinsburg, but missed his footing, and, falling between the cars, was dreadfully mangled. Deceased was aged about 43 years, and leaves a wife and five children. Bueklcn’s Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, I'lcers, Sslt Kheuin, 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- j 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 ami considerate treatment. Wm. Kahn &Co., Sadler Building. Wise words to parents.—We ask your ex amination of our beautiful and extensive line of Boys’ and Children’s Clothing. Wc show the newest, handsomest arid most ox elusive designs. Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building, Clothiers, who are of the people, lor the people and with the people in equal ity, justice and fair dealing. This week is Spring Suit week at Wm. 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. Kahn & 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. I he : pride of Charlestown. No man who values j money and appreciates its honest worth should deal elsewhere. Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. Beautify your home, make your rooms cool and comfortable. Yes, wc mean to imply that there’s room for improvement in your home. It can be made more com fortable, more attractive, and so more in viting by buying a nice matting. Call and look over our stock of mattings, after do ing so we think you’ll unite with us in say ing that we have the largest stock at the lowest prices. S n Hinsrhman A: Co. We never had such beautitul styles in -uits for boys and children. Let mothers look at them and see the nobby styles. Our prices are very moderate. Our cordu roy suits have been big sellers with us to suv nothing of our Norfolk Jacket suits $L25. All sizes at present. Can’t say how long they will last. S. D. Hirschmax A Co. Parasols! Parasols! Parasols! Our as sortment of parasols is now complete ami embraces all that is new in style, desirable in covering and unique in handles. Our prices are, if anything, lower than ever. Call and see our exhibit. \ou will be re paid for the trouble of coming. S. D. Hirschmax A Co. Wearable, seasonable, sensible clothing for the lean or stout, short or tall, young or old. A dollar here goes as far as a half more goes elsewhere. Our word for. it, that's of some account. If you’ve little money or much money we can give you its worth. S. D. Hirschmax A Co. We were never so well prepared to meet the wants of our customers in the millinery department as now. We are constantly ad ding the newest shapes to our already ex tensive assortment. Elegant taste in trim ming is the general remark of the ladies. Our prices are lower than ever. S. D. Hirschmax A Co. DEED. At the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Stroth er Snyder, near Leetown, May 15, l'S7. Mrs. CYXTHA SXYDEIt, aged SI years, 5 months and 21 days. At “Wee Haw," in Clarke county, Va.. on Sunday, May 15th, 18*7, FRANCES FON TAINE, only living child of Armstead S. and Ada Isbell Lippitt, aged three years and two months. MR. REZ1X CROSS, born 8th of May, 1802. died at Harper's Ferry 17th of May, 18*7, aged 85 years ana 0 days. Mr. Cross was formerly connected for many years with the Government works at the Ferry. His long life wa« marked by a high sense of justice, truth and honor. He was manly be cause lie was virtuous; and his virtues lifted him to a high place in the esteem, the confi dence and the atrections of all who knew him well. 15ut lie shrank from notoriety and pub lic offices,—for lie was an humble man. He fulfilled the requirement: “ Let another man praise thee and not thine own mouth." In latter years he joined the Presbyterian Church in which his humility and honesty were still displayed in declining office to which he had been elected by the congregation. Disease in vaded his mortal house several years before its termination in death and left him, as he some «* kilt LnlTn mon n P.'iniP unexpectedly. He leaves a community that loved and honored him; a wife who, likehim self, has been sadly aillicted by years, two daughters, and a son to mourn their loss, yet not without hope-“ Blessed are the dead which (lie in the Lord.” _ DO YOU W ANT j The Earth?| We can't give you that, but we will give you the best bargains on cartb 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 .S’. BUM WAX’S. Baltimore Clothing House in Everett House Building opposite People’s National Bank, Martinsburg, W. Ya. April 14, 1887. Working Classes &TTESTIBI! are now prci ared to firm sh with employment at horn * tin* whole of the time, or for their time or for their spare mo ments. Business new, light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn front 50 cents to $5.00 per evening, and a proportional sum by devoting all their time to the business. Boys ami girls cat’ earn nearly a* much as men. That all who see this may send their address, and test the business, we make this offer. To such as are not well satisfied we will semi one dollar to pay for the trouble of writing. Foil particulars and outfit free. Address GEORGE STINSON & CO., Portland, Maine. Dec. 9, 1886—1 yr. / \WEN HOUSE. Vy (European Plan 1413 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Nearthe Treasury, Washington City. Elegantly Furnished Rooms, single, double, or cn suite, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. Special rates for the week, month, or longer. DUFFY A LEANXARDA. Dec. , 1892. Proprietors. I*aint Season I"**#. 11'; \ 1 Ion. White inside and out $1.10 i>er gallon. We have the Metropolitan Paint in seven colors at the low price of $1.00 per gallon. Imperial __ it.!..* !« « .x.I.Lfj SIT PAlnra nf "gS&VS?”- AI3QUITH A CO. Adams Express Office ILLS BEEN REMOVED TO .Yational Hank Building. One Door West of Bank. C. HORACE GALLAIIER, April 10,1SS4. Agent. To the Public. 1HAVE 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. EASTERDA Y k CO. Ice! Ice! Ice! I HAVE a supply of GOOD ICE. and will de li ver the same to customers through the sea son. Let me have your names. Terms made known on application. _ Mayo, 18s7. THOMAS I HAZIER. / i AME CX> K, Hold Fast, Cherry and other V T brands of I obacco sold cheap by C. D. EBY. HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS for sale by WALL k DORSEY. Q TON ^ rat SKY. I FRENCH Mustard Lobster and Salmon for sale by C. D. EBY. Square Dealing is the Secret of our Business Success. These are the words of a world-famed merchant. We have said so much ourselves to the same offect that there’s nothing left but to admire the terse and excellent language iu which an honorable and marvelously successful business man puts the familiar senti ment. There’s nothing like getting at the very root of things. Words even abbreviated often stand right in one’s way. If you look again at that crisp and shining sentence you’ll see it came from a keen and fertile mind. It is the breaking through the shell of familiar speech and getting at once to the kernal. As a rule the keenest expression of thought is the product of one who studies, labors, works! A bettter example is rarely met. Honest Dealing is the Highest Business Intelligence. It pays to tell the truth; our goods have become famous through that. Our prices are THE LOWEST, our methods 'i'HE HIGHEST. The colossal business we did last year proves that. And it proves this: Our large purchases for our several stores enable us to buy close, aud our immense salts make it easy for us to give you the benefit of our cheap buying. In progressive imicas we recognize no equal in this valley because we have none ; and our present stock proves the claim. It’s hardly the thing to say, buy from us ; but this much we can say, and ought to: See the cheapest, the greatest, the most varied, the most complete stock of goods in the valley before buying, and that means see OURS. May 26,1887. * The Leading and Popular Merchants. SIIENANDOAIl F A L Ij AND have been received and are beinir w>Id at a ; f SMALL MARGIN above wholesale prices. We call special attention to our Sateens, Worsted Dress Woods, Dross Flannel, Blue and Old Gold Calicoes. Large Assortment of Dress Ginghams. Bleached and Brown Cotton* have been advanced by wholesale houses but we 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 Flannel*. • ^ ^ ^ Our “Fear Naught” Boot gets away with all others. Fancy Decorated China Sets and Queenswure of every description. It i.* 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 coua ins and your aunts happy, ju t buy them SHENANDOAH MILUNC CO.'S PRIMROSE AND SUPERLATIVE flour. Primrose, *5.00 per barrel, Superlative, f 1.0-5. Exchange your wheat and corn for Roller Flour and Bolted Corn Meal. Thanking the public for pa-t patronage and soliciting their trade in the future. SHENANDOAH MILLiNC CD. Sept. 9, 1886. _ Stock of Goods for Sale. n'AVI NO concluded to quit the mercantile | . business, 1 offer ray stock of goods for sale to any one who wishes to embark therein. The *tore room and location one of the best in the town. Three floors and large, well-lighted and ventilated cellar. Not knowing whether I shall find any one to purchase the whole stock, I shall from this date commence to sell at retail at greatly re duced prices; many articles at much less than cost. GEO. W. T. KEARSLEY. May 5, 1887.__ f'/ll* /?#’»!#. VGOOI> Brick Tenant House for rent, with nine rooms al»ove ground and all other conveniences—good cellar and basement kitch en. Terms fibs a year with bond and security. Dec. 9, 'W. Apply to F. B. 80UDEB8. Carpets. I avi: • • , ' I tion with twenty-five new htvles of Carpet ing for the Fall and Winter trade. Sept. 9, 1 V9i. GEO. W. T. KKABSLEY. WOULD inform the public that every Pre pared bv me individually. Persons can find me at mglit at the room over the old Sheriff's Office. Jail Building. Respectfully, July 16,1881. GEO.T. LIGHT vasHQBNBENS ~5oB* TAR SALVE- BURNS’ 1 AN INPALUBUB CURE « 05 GEO. T. LIGHT, Agent for Jeff. Co. / • ■ large as-ortn:ent of Garden Seed. March 10. l"i. AlSi^l 1TH A CO. k? Toilet Soaps. We call »; our 10 and 7 cent soaps. AISQUITH A CO. VUCTION Soap only 5 cents a cake. Largest cake on earth for the money. C. D. LBY. I? LAIN K, The best and safest Oil. For sale l<by GEO. W T. KKABSLEY *•} CAKE' of •' ap. fail 12 or for 25 . • nt-. / Ti i LBS. Camphor just received. OU AISQUriH <£ CO. DON’T FAIL TO 8EE TIIE IMMENSE STOCK OF <; o o i) s AT HAGLEY’S Temple© Kasliion. M ay I "7 Merchant Tailoring. * * to * v n v♦ u* «nv*o» H«»rryvillt% Virtrinlii, carries a full line of FINE WOOLENS, COATINGS, FANCY C A SSI M E It ES, Silk Mixed AND FANCY WORSTEDS ami a full line of 0&rAll work guaranteed to bo as repre sented, and first-class in fit and style. Having employed a cutter, who is a graduate of the John Mitchel Cutting School of New York, we f«sd confident in ottering our services 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 October 21. 1880—1 yr. fjojjt.v .f.vo fjrtT.nt n:\so.vs. HAVING been solicited by many music . loving persons to give lessons on the Vio lin and Guitar, 1 have concluded to accept a limited number of pupils for the above named Instruments. For terras please <ali on me at my Jewelry Store on Main street, or address me I/>ck Box No. 4a. Charlestown. Special Hates for Clubs of 4. Respectfully, E. BROWNOLI). March 11. % f ftNTTTV 1 ** ■ ' 11 t*'** "nt nn'* X*4viNJu X r ’ im to . . and w<- will -end you free, something of great value and importance to von that will start you in business which will bring you in more money right away than anything else in this world. Any one can do the work ami live at home. Either sex; all ages. Hometldrig new. that just coins money for all workers We will start you: capital not needed. This bone of the genuine, irnjwirtant ehanocs of a life time. Those who are ambitions and enter prising win not ueiay. unira uuuii iw. a'i drees TRUE A CO.. Augusta, Maine. Dec. 9, 1880—1 yr. NrEW CROP V> k Orba:.- Kola- • and Su gar, guaranteed pure, for sale bv January 20, ]*-•*"!. O. W. T. REARS LEY. ■ JOE and Bra:.- It Jlerr ' I>y 11,• arr< !. balf M Codfish. GEo. W. T. KEARSLEY. IJt’CKWHEAT FLOUR a . i Oat M tl for 1J sale by GEO. W. T. HEARS LEY. January 29.18*7. iroot, ii\i.YTi-:n. HIGHEST PRICE PAID IN CASH. rPHE nn<!< rsi.”.“d will i>ay top market price 1 Woolen Mill [Old Porter Factory) or in Charles town at Adams Express Office. JXO. J. JOBE. May 5, 1W. II ns. Veal Cal res. ) Will p.r. you • j ' • In <:«•!. We want it mil. WALL A DORSEY. HEADQUARTERS for Pish at WALL A DORSEY S. USE A POSITIVE T A n 8*1*6 f>r Burn*. CURB, I fly PILES, Cut*. HORNER’S Inn . GEO. T. LIGHT, Agent for Jeff. Co. SCHOOL SUPPLIES furnished by GEO. T. LIGHT. i X3L article for preserving Fruit. Cider, Ac. Sold by June JH. 18*5. GEO. T. LIGHT. REMEMBER—we sell a routed Coffee for 15 cents a pound. WALL A DORSEY.