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(iMd .farailri Journal.
Sorembrr -1. ,;.,rer College has a hundred pupils. Harper’4 Ferry streets have beeu provitl e,i with street lamps. Mr. Jas. 'V. Garney was badly hurt by 3 tall from a wagon last Monday. X.>-day (Thank(giving Day the post-of Hee will be closed fromlp.ro. to 7 p. ro. Lumber for a school-house near Leetowo w;:; be furnished by Wm. Phillips A Sons. We are requested to say that the Milling More will be clo- d to-day Thanksgiving Day. m The majority of Harrison over Best in •.he Winchester Senatorial District was only , l,‘«oO. __ __ Dr. E. L. Wager ha? purchased an unim proved portion of the Rutherford farm, at $50 per acre. cash. Mr. William Kimes is painting the (Swel ling of Miss Amanda Crow, occupied by Mr. Richard Ttmberlake. Mr. Philip Trail of Haiper’s Ferry, died at h ' home in that p ace on M >uday last. The funeral took pla e on lues day. Mr. Geo. W. Arm iitruut aud Mr. Mason lleidwohl are improving their n -pectire properties on Main street. West End. Mr. C. C. Cotiklvn slaughtered a hog last w. k that netted 580 p> unds. Ibis is ir gelv in exces- of any n ted thi- year. The Clerks’Office? will i>e closed 1 ur*day Th -c who desire to get mar r;. i an 1 give thanks mu-t pet license to day Wednesday Katie, a little daughter of Mr. W . l>. j > \ was - v» ft • tli c . i ■ mgei u-.y burned by the overturning of a e«.al oil lamp last W d if mg- •' It may be <■: u- • to - m t<» know that Mr. L. Pinkie tun- - pun - ‘»d organ-, ami n air* - wi- g bne- t ull kinds. Cab , u Iiiui. i I wdl rentier sail-faction iu H n. Win. L. Wil- vu was pr--cut at the meeting last Friday of the Smithsonian I r I of reg- nr- to * • Prof. Baird - ?uc , ~«.r as secretary. Pr J S. 1*. Langley— i >w on -vientUie W"rk at A g eny, 1 a.— was chosen. The 1 irning of the stable on Mr. Owen Allen's “Glen Owen” farm i- reported to have been incendiary, and -ince two at tempt? have been made to iire the carriage and corn hou-e. The farm is occupied by Mr. K. 11. Bum Mis* Flora Batson, sgeJ 23. a colored bal lad singer of Washington birth, who for tw•> V'. ,r- _• ie tii i'i re-.. <■; >torer College at Harper's Ferry, i- alwiut to be married to her white manage r. Jas. C. Ber gen. an Illinois widower with one child. The libel suit < i Mr. A f. IV. Burnett, of Charleston, against Mr Jnn O. Aglionby and the t lilor of the Sht pherdstown R> m l has been withdr iwn. Mr. Vgli-nby hav i rning Mr. Burnett upon “learning the true -'ate of fact \V : t !1 attention to tin advertisement of Mr ■ K. Reiuiigcr, who pro: ~e« to c t a Merchant Tailoting Establish* i- -i in this plat —bu-ne — -taud being - re r >.in <*i Mr- S. .vtu r ■ n Main Stre. t. Mr. Beininger i- a graduate of ti e Jr . J. Mitchell Cutting Academy, and will t »ke -air- to order and guarantee the I '. Cutting a specialty. He wi.! ib>ubt 1 — give -atisiaet. >n It is attain reported that Col. W. B. Craigbill. United Statt- engiu^r, may be selected fig the position of chief of engi neer*. The appointment will be made by President Cleveland about June I. when the present chief engineer n tires on account of age. Col. Craighill i* well Up on the list of engineer*, an 1 *!i mid the President decide to advauc h u to the chi. i of engi neer-, which cani * will, t the title of brig adier general, the announcement will be received with much pleasure. Mr l>uvid K. Hend- r- >n died at his mu near 1. ' tun, it. thi- county, on Wednesday morning. N ivember 16th, alter a long and distre-*i»g • I In. . Mr. ileti l.r- >n w.i' a worthy citizen, a man of in U.rity, of ardent friendship', of genial na ture. d voted as a husband and affectionate as - n. lather, brother. He ».i' an artist and many t ir <u- work-, e-p.-cially iu landscape paint.uz md buot**rous sketching remain a- men <r,V.s • hi- skill. II • was also an inventive z niu-. and the bent ot his mind in th '| ir: . ,r mas to labor-sav ing applianc- Many ar- griev. d by the de parture of this good, itizen, but they mourn not as those* without hope, t - he was a truly devout Christian man. Hon. Jno. W. Grantham, ol Middleway, this county, died at his 1 rue on U «• Ir - day morning, 16th instant, after a pr -long ■ 1 iUnt*" Mr. Grantham was a well k an citizen of the Mate, having, with ability, served the people in both houses ot I gis’ature, a'-* a« I‘in tor of the A-y lu i. ; r the In-an ■, a!- > in public capaci ties at home, and as Bank President 1 >r maiiv . ,.r- A- a uorchant at . tarmer 1 b -k u trpri- g and -u« "tu!. and a- a Ma-au ha-1 attait-d tne highest I-- in uo State Grand Lodge it tbi time his d* .th being Grand t vipluin. li w - a mend • r of tn M. E. Church, - .■ 1 .i .. itest acts ..f his t.-usy lif va- tl consp u i- | .rt he perforated n -i eur. .z a li' a and beautiful 1- ' -e of w r-hip f .• the denomination to which he :■ oi zed. He was by no nit in- a negative man, a* w .»« •<« - tint * attested by his own /. in )'uidi. and private enterpri*.- and by antagiini-nis that cropped <*u|. And n ' und.-rtakii z to - ■•> that he was always right, we d > n rt !.* silait to any that a most u-e ul man iu th- community in wbi.h l.c lived, and was a warm friend. Personal. Dr. Wager is improving ami able to come to town. Miss Rose Talbott has returned borne lrom Baltimore. Mis* Evu Eggleston is visiting friends iu Winchester. Mr. Richard Anthony has gone on a visit to Oxford, Md. Mr. jas. II. Laugdon, of Berryville was in town Monday. Miss Addie Sites is visited by Miss Annie Ogden of Berryville. Hon Win. L. Wilson aud wife were in Washington City ast week. Mrs. M. V. Miller i> visiting her sou, Mr. Harry I.ockc, in Lexington, A a. Hou. Charles Davies, of Washington, was in attendance upon Court last week an.l gave u- a call that was agreeable to us, very. Mi- Amelia Keerl has returned front a visit to Berkeley county, accompanied by Mrs. (.». Boyd Harlan, her sister, and chil dren. Mr. John W. Reed and wile, aud three chi Id rcu. Loudoun couutv, \ a., are vis iting Mr. W. L. Hedges, father of Mrs. Reed. Miss Sadie M i-lin. of Moorefield, slopped over Tuesday night at Rev. Dr. A. C. Hop kins’ on her way to her brother’s in Middle town, Frederick county, A'a. Joiiu J. Mc« done, of Baltimore, formerly of Harper's Kerry, embarked on the 12th inst. on the "Eturia” of the Cuuard line, for Europe, whither he goes on. business for his company. Mr. "l : tiler Renner left ia-t week tor Romulus, N. Y., where he is employed as convention i>t, to take charge of a musical Convention. Mr. Renner is a worthy young man. and 'iir be-t wi-hes attend him to his n. IV ti.-l.i . labor.— S;wri7. Judge B ekwith opened the November t- rin of tin Circuit Court - u Tuesday of last week. The Grand Jury was composed as follows: J. V. S .1 molts, l •reman ; Lewis 1*. >tar rv, s S. Dalgarn, S. \V. Wysong. Kobt. II. Phillips, Edward Tearney, James M Mar shall. W. B. Conrad. Wm. C. Frazier. W. N Lem a, M. J. Billruycr, James W. Ben ner, Geo. l>. Wiltshire, R W. Morrow and Ii. A. He- ev. Yirgini i Bobrti mi wm indicted for mur der. and several minor indictments found. The Grand Jury reported the Hues of the tun..1 •• undtr the Court-house in such clo-e connection with joists as to render t) t>nt in danger ot fire, also washboard in Grand Jury room in similar danger, and ! recommended that these detects bo repaired. ! The back porches of jail building were j found to need repairs. The cells, etc., were reported to be “cleanly and in good order , and apparently well kept. Richard Mash, indicted for misdemeanor, was found guilty and sentenced to pay a tine of §10 and C"sts. and to be confined in jail for 30 day s .at hard labor. Mr. J. F. Engle was admitted to practice in this Court. The Court appointed Messrs. Cleon Moore, J. F. Engle and B. 1>. Gibson to <!• ftn■ i Virginia Robertson, colored, indict t-1 for murder, and her trial is -et tor No vember 3'*tb. Messrs. Wm. M. Johnson, Thomas L. lhatt, Philip A. Lewis, James W. Ringer, Wm. A McIntyre and Archie B. Anderson were appointed Trustees of the Methodist Protestant Church of Middleway. Me-sr- R. A. Alexander, \V. L. Dalgurn and ft. rar l l». M ore were appointed Trus tee* I 1 lata? Brown Consistory, No. 28, v P. R - , yj Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite M i- nry. o. Charle>t >wn. Phebe Ann Moore vs. l>r. Lh W . Border; Geo. Bay >r for plaintiff, Beltzboover ami i raver- i r defence. Verdict h>r plaintiff. : • _ ./itying suc cc-- in It.h. an < pera ot Miss Minnie Ewan, who is i w singing the leading soprano part in grand opera in Milan, Italy. This voting lady is a daughter of the Rev. J. W. hwau, ot tne tvaiuniore conference, at. i Cliur. ii, > > itii. who i-> now • • i» the superan nuated 1-t, ami resides in Maryland, near a - U ft child, Min E* . w,.s mils,Hilly precocious, find received the best i ■ . instrumental and vocal instruction I'.tainai le. Whilst yet in her teens she : filled for several years the part of leading - pran ■ in a prominent church in Washing* ■ n. a: i afterwards gave concerts in the ties oi the country with ft quar t tt : Washington singers. Several years ago Mi" II wan went to Faris and placed her- under th instruction of Madame I March -!. a tat ms ntU'ical instructor, with ! the \:.w ef appearing on the lyric stage. most satis ! tore i :.a’.. ter, an : Madame Marchesi be ' came enthusiastic over the phenomenal voice and dramatic ability ot her pupil. A pro: itient Furopean epetatic manager, htaring • f id American girl, tested her merits - a n u-• ian. and the rc'iilt was an get nt for a term of years tor app»ear u e in grand opera a: a yearly salary which , ..Ms a l.aini'omc torlum*. As sta'ed ab. ve, she is now singing in Milan, ami ■>j iti ntics predict f->r her a brilliant future. M ' :' d f. f. ls;0a and Thos. Frazier th> . ri . ■ i t:, r't am saw mill to Fcntisy v. >. a. a tV v mih' from Cumber land. .'! lice have contracted to do a ' ■ - g g h It ry Mr. Bishop, s. : tig with Mr. J. hn Burns, is the en gine- Mr. Co -toil returned Tuesday nigh; .. r 'ceiug the mill in position. I'. , , i ::r\ <”.erk. tieran.1 l>. M*>■ re. ma king rap tr,. <p n It s ‘ bike ” Friday night , . w ■ a't aie that cithers muss—be ca is. it was 11 t a roiling one and didn't get ■ •at of th way. ;■■ >k "aiiea lor.' A few bruis es w. re rough’, home as reminders of the ups and d w n> of life n this terrestrial ball and to at •>.. t • fa ; that there are more fall- from bi v s than from fractious !ior*-s. Tii*- s an f airs, \eaklo at Frederick, Md . tv .- h.tnr d by in sked men Wednesday i aioruin r. He was a negro named Digits. Double Marriage. i '""i t : ■ Ducfi timii ( Virginia GvetU, Xor. 10M “Bring flowers, fresh flowers for the brides to wear— They were born to blush in their shining hai r. Thev are leaving the home of their childhood s mirth. , , ! They have bid farewell to their ather’s hearth. Their place is now by another's side— Bring flowers, fresh flowers, for each fair, young bride.” Yesterday afteraoou Trinity Church, Buchanan, was filled with an eager throng, assembled to witness the double marriage, which was one of the most interesting so ciety events of our little town for several months. The sisters who were the centre of interest on this occasion are daughters of Mr. K. B. and Mrs. Mary Helm, formerly of Jefferson county West Virginia. The grooms are first cousins, one being a popu lar young lawyer residing in Buchanan, and the other engaged in business in Lynchburg, but known to many friends here where be has been prosecuting business so success fully of late. The church was darkened and the mellow light from the wreathed chandelier fell upon a massive dr uble arch of evergreens, term inating in a a pure bridal bell of snowy blossoms, emblematic of the spotless purity of the young hearts to stand beneath, and the true gold of their characters. Wreaths of green dotted with white blossoms around the chancel, and stands of lovely out flowers gave color to the scene, and bore witness to the popularity of the brides and the skill, quickened by affection, of their friends, who found pleasure in literally strewing their path with flowers. At four o’clock the soft notes of Mendel *ohn’s immortal wedding march announced the supreme moment, and the bridal party entered, proceeded by the ushers, Mr. Rob ert Winfree, of Lynchburg, and Mr. Toler Jones, of Bedford. The sisters were dressed iu dark green cloth suits, tailor finish, high hats with greeu garniture and tan colored glove*. Rev. C. Randolph in an impres sive manner went through the beautiful Episcopal ceremony which made man and wife Mr Sturcis Jones and Miss l’age Helm, and Mr. Chapman Jones and Miss Lucy Helm. The n.-ponses, low and fervent, sent a tlirill through the whole church, and few young couple* have begun their wedded life with a fairer prospect for happiness, or followed by sincerer good wishes. The happy couples were the recipients of many handsome and valuable presents. The 1*. lv Church of the Ascension, Westminster, was filled Thursday afternoon with friends from Baltimore, Virginia and Westminster to witness the wedding of Mr. Philip Cooke Kennedy, of New York, for rnerlv of this town, and Miss Selina Ander - a, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frizzell, of Westminster, and granddaughter of the late Robert Clinton Wright, of Baltimore city. Promptly at 3:30 the bridal party en tered the church, and were met at the chan cel by the Rev. W. Strother Jones, rector l of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Balti more county, who read the marriage service in a very impressive manner. The bride entered the church on the arm of her fath er. and was met at the chancel by the groom and his best man, Mr. Edward Kennedy, of Hagerstown. The ushers were Messrs. Kennedy Roger*, of Pikesville; R. C. j Wright, of Baltimore; G. W. Frizzell, brother of the bride, and L. L. Billing-lea, of Westminster. The bride wore a becom ing costume of browu broadcloth and vel vet bonnet, with jacqueminot ro*es. A re ception, which was attended by the relatives and immediate friends, was held at the bride’s home directly after ceremony. The pre-out* were numerous and very handsome, comprising silver, cut glass, a pair of dia ni >rul ear-rings, etc. Mr. and Mr*. Kenne dv left on the •r> p. in. train for New \ork. Ur ace l'i>. You are feeling depressed, your appetite P .:>r, yon are bothered with Headache, you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of -ort*. and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which have for their basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate vou tor an hour, and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, -tart healthy action on Liver and Kidni-vs, restore your vitality, and give re i.ewcd health and strength. Such a medi cine y<»u will liud in Electric Bitters, and only o'* cents a bottle at Geo. T. Light’s Drug Store. Jheie Business Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival at Geo. T. Light’s Drug Store as their giving away to their custom ers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Their trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cun s and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma. Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases <|uickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bot tle free, large size $1. Every bottle war ranted. _ lUstingulshed */«*»». Gov. John Ireland, of Texas; Simon P. s, G Arkansas: 8. D 'I - Entry, Governor of Louisiana; E. B Tur ner. judge 1'. S. Court; Ex-Gov. Hubbard, Minister t » Japan; Mariou Martin, ex-Lieu tenant Governor of Texas; M . It. Miller. ex-Govern r of Arkansas, and many others; E. A. Perry, Governor of Florida; M . D. Bloxham, ex-Governor ot Florida, and hundred- of other distinguished men of the T'nitcd >• »: - in all professions and in ev ery department ot -cience have had their ed 1 th< us of Hawkes’ New S|. acles All evesfitti d and the fit guar ; an teed bv C. Frank Jones. Charlestowu, W. ___ /». «C O. 11 It. Change of Schedule, Nor. 'JOth. 1SS7. Trains arrive at Charlestown as follows: TBBOI'XP. Tr'n No. MS at 2 St a. in. daily except Sunday “ “ 445 at $.17 a. in. “ “ " 417 at IAS p. in. “ •• •• 440 at 7.j:l a. m. Sunday only >. .. 4.g* at $ o7 p. m. daily except >unday “ ** 409atltAla.ru. ** XOBTIIBOI M*. T:d. N 4e ..: • 52 p n daily e.'o.ept >unday " '* 44S at 9.04 p. III. " “ “ 444 at 1.06 a. in. " " “ 450 at 10.10 p. m. Sunday onlv “ " 47“ at 0 4.5 a m. daily except Sunday “ " 410 at 2.16 p.m. ** We work, pu-h and labor all the time to ... boys’ and chi I in n’s cloth ing at the west price.- See our immense stock, n w goods being received all the time. i S. D. Uirschman* & Co. TO OUK Friends and the Public in General. Ol'R TIME and space is limited. OUR word for it. that on MONDAY. OCTOBER 24TH, we will inaugurate our Grand Win ter Sale We mean to say we do not intend to carry over One Winter Suit and Overcoat. All must go The season is short, and we are determined to sell every Heavy-weight Garment in our establishment, no matter what sacrifice. We can always turn the ready cash over and over again and thereby save money for our customers, and, as ever, always have a clean, nice stock to work on. To our regular trade we are known, and the public can easily find ont that we are not bragging or scheming advertisers. Wc will tell von only solid facts. Only Sixty Days to Sell Our Enormous Stock. Every hour counts, and each and everybody should avail themselves of this grand opjKirtunity. Remember we tell vou that we mean to say we do not intend to let one Heavy-weight Gar ment remain in our establishment. They all must go. Among this enormous fine stock you nn find anv stvle or material imaginable. Our space being limited, we cannot go into details, but will hear name 01 e for each man. bov and child : A cSod Honest, All-Wool Man s Suit for a Good Honest. All-Wool Boy s Suit'for$3.50; a Good, Honest, All-Wool Child s Suit for $1 50. Overcoats at your own figures. They surely must go. Be sure and call on us .lefore purchasing. Our word for it. we will save you monc\. WM. KAHN & CO., Nov.10, 18S7. The Leading Clothiers, Sadler Building. CHURCH SOTES. Thanksgiving services in /-ion i Episcopal) Church to day. Rev. C. N. Campbell preached at Hall town on Sunday afternoon. Rev. W. G. Eggleston preached at “Bethany” Sunday afternoon. Thanksgiving services in the Presbyteri an Church on Thursday morning. There will be Thanksgiving services on Thursday morning in the M. E. Church, South. A protracted meeting began at “Beulah” on Sunday night under the auspices of the M. E. Church, South—Rev. Mr. Wood, in charge. liucklen's Arnica Salve. The Bent Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain Corns’, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to cive perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Geo. T. Light. Thanksgiving. The B. & O. R. R. Co., in accordance with its usual custom, will sell Round drip Excursion Tickets at greatly reduced rates to and from all Stations on its lines east of the Ohio River. The tickets will be sold November *23rd and 24th. good to return until November 23th, inclusive. For further information call on Ticket Agents B. A O. R. R. Xot a Ka/Jtr. Each purchaser at C. \\ . Brown a .Jew elry Store will be presented with a ticket which will entitle him to one chauce on a Marbleizcd Clock to be given away Jan uary 2nd, 1588. A grander stock ot' ladies’ and children's cloak*, we have never shown than, the one now offered by us. The styles arc prettier, combined with service and extraordinary iow tigurfs. Our stock of today is far ahead in quantity and quality. S. i>. Hirschmax&Co. Look at our matchless stock of men and boys overcoats. Every style, every make, every color, every price. Our boys cape overcoats at $1.73, takes the lead. 5. D. Hikschman ik Co. Millinery. All the new shapes in felt hats. Immense stock to select from. Styl ish trimming excellent workmansnip. mod erate prices. S. D. Hirschmax & Co. hi Richmond. Va., November 9,1*87. Mr. ED T l* A I'LL, formerly of Martinsburg, and Miss GERTRUDE KERN. At Flk Branch Church on the 10th instant, bv Rev. Dr. Scott, Mr. J. HARRY BLACK FORD and Miss NANNIE HARMAN. November loth. 1*87. in Martinsburg, by Rev. It. C. Holland, Mr. OTTO HENSKE, ol Baltimore, to Miss 81 E KIMMERLING, of Martinsburg. In Hagerstown, Mil., November 9th, 1*87, bv Rev. A. M. Courtenay. Mr. GEORGE W HILLIARD to Miss ALICE KAUFMAN—both of Winchester. On Tuesday, November 8th. 1*87. by Itev. F. A. Strother, at the residem e of the bride's father, near Brucetown. JAMES H. ( A*TLE MAN to Miss SAI.LIE HOOl’ER. On Tuesday morning. Nor. 13. 1*87, by Rev. o ...,i" M V i Imrrli South ntthpresi deuce of the bride's father, in Clarke Mr. HEIS TON GRUBB to Miss KATIE BROWN. At the Southern Methodist Parsonage, Ber rvville. November 15th, 18S7, by Rev. A. P. Bolide. Mr. JOSEPH S. McCARTY to Mi SUSAN A. TINSMAN—both of Clarkecountv, Va. * In the Baptist Church, Martinsburg. on Thursday evening. November 17th, by Rev. A K Rogers. Mr. MORRIS JOHNSON of B one ville. Missouri, and Miss B\ RD N. FIERY, daughter of Mr. B. F. Fiery, of Martinsburg At Christ Episcopal Church. Clarksburg, by Rev. I>r. Lacv of Weston and Rev. J. Britting ham of Clarksburg, Mr. WALTER E. FLEM MING. of Burnsville, Braxton Co., and Mis: IDA BASS EL, of Clarksburg. Mr. Flemming is a native of :hi> county. Thursday evening. October 27th, Mr. J. I> SHRFCKHISE, of Virginia, to Miss J1 LIA I). BELT, of Winchester, at the residence ol her brother-in-law, s. S. Horae, in Washing ton City. The ceremony was performed by Rev Dr. Domer. The bride and groom were attended bv Misse- Ella S. Mohler. of Wash ington, D.’ C.. and Minnie Wevill, of New York City. tnr.D. At the residence of Mr. R. I). Lamar, neat Shepberdst*-wn. November 12. 1"7. Mr-. SI SAN ALBAUGH. aged 69 year-, 6 month- anc 10 days. At the residence of Mr W id. T. Mctjuilkin November 9, 1>>7, Mr. JACOB SC HOP! ERT aged 79 vears. 1 month and 2*> days. The de c-ased had been a consistent member of tin Methodist Church for years. At her father's residence near Greensburg Berkeley county. W. Va.. November >tli. 1*37 of pneumonia. Miss CORA ELLEN, daugbte of John and Sarah Gano, aged 1' years, month and 11 days. At the residence of her mother on Maph Avenue. Martinsburg, W. Va., Noy. llth l>»>7 of consumption. Mrs. SALL1E DOW NEY. wife of the Rev. W. W. Downey. age< 34 years. She is a sister of Rev. Jno. S. La fever. _ SCHOOL SUPPLIES furnished by | GEO. T. LIGHT. COOL WEATHEIt UAKO.IIy.'i. There has never been a better collection of Overcoats for nun rnd boys than the stock we now display, and at prices far below all others for the same grade oi goods. Otir Light Over coats attract special attention. In Men's Over coats we are offering one lot at 2.50 each, worth $4 00. For $5.00 we will sell you a good strong, heavy Overcoat, $0.50 will buy you a fancy Cassimere Coat, and for $7.50 you cau get a good heavy Chinchilla, or a tine light weight dress Overcoat, or a good, strong Cassimere Coat. At $10.00 we are showing a dozen different -tyles of Overcoats, such as Meltons, Kerseys, Chinchilla, Worsted Cassimere and Beaver ■’loth, in either light or heavy weights. The tiner grades at $12.00, -15 no, $10.00, $18.00 and $20.00 are equal to the finest custom made. Boys’ Overcoats we start as low as $1.75; better ones at $2.25, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 7.00 8.00 and 10.n0. Men's and Boys' Heavy Coarse Boots, $1.50. 2 00 2 50 3 00. Fine Dress Boots, $2,50, 3.00, 4.00 and 5 00. Now is the time to buy underwear. We have them—all kinds—for men, women and children. Note prices. Heavy merino shirts or drawers, 25, 40, 50 and 75 cents; white wool shirts or drawers, $1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2 00, 2.50: scarlet wool shirts and drawers, 75 cents, $1.00, 1.50. 1.75, 2.00- children's shirts or drawers from $1.50 up. In our Ladies' Wrap Department we not only exhibit a stock that is unequaled, but at prices that none can meet. Note a few of our prices. Ladies’ Fancy Cassimere or Boucle Jackets at $3.50; plain, checked, striped, astrican or kersey jackets, with and without hoods, at $5,00; tine cloth braided jackets, 87.50, 9.00, 10.00,12,00,15.00. Cloth New Markets. $5,00, 7.00. 9.00, 10.00. 12.00; fanev cassimere New Markets, with or 1 without capes. $7.50,8.50,9.00,10.00.12.00.15.00 18.00: short wrapsand dolmans, trimmed with fur or astrican; $5.00, 0.50, 7.50, 10.00 12.00, 15.00. 1S.W. 20. W, 2O.00. Plush short wraps, trimmed with fur or l>ead:*. $14. $10, $ls. $20, >25, $'50, $35, $1'* and $45 : plush coats. $20, $25, $3*1. $35 and s40; children’s wraps $1.25 up to$l >. In Ladies' Dress Goods, we are offering the following bargains; Crefeld checks, 00c. per yard; Highland checks, 10cts.; Winneconnet stripes, 10 ct«.; adrian cashmere, 124 cts.; Lon don stripe, 20 cts.; Jamestown worsteds, in plain, plaid or checks. 25 cts.; gold medal suit ing, 50 cts.; habit cloth, all shades 50 cts.; rev enue plaids and checks, 50 cts. Fantaine plaids, Henrietta doth and broad cloth in all the new shades. Blankets and Comforts. Heavy, large size blankets, white or grey, $1.M) per pair; good, heavy comforts, 65 cts. Everything men and boys wear, and every thing for ladies', misses and children s wear, except hats and bonnets. UPDEGRAFF8’. Hagerstown. Md. Xov. 3. 1887. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, u riLLi U I wn Vat FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1887, That valuable tract of land belonging to the estate of Gideon Leisenring. dee d, about one mile front Charlestown, West Virginia, on the Berryville Turnpike, containing FORTY .1CRFS. It has on it a Stable and small Dwelling, and is in a high state of cultivation. Also the HOUSE AND LOTS on Samuel street in Charlestown, W. Va., for merly occupied by Mrs. Sarah Leisenring. On one there is a new two-story brick dwelling containing six rooms with kitchen attached A LARGE NEW STABLE, and good outbuildings. The lot sold w ith the dwelling fronts 76 feet on Samuel street and runs back from said street ISO feet on alley and 212 feet on the line of vacant lot. And it the same time will be sold i A' a r* A VT T ,OT # adjoining the dwelling house lot, which fronts feet and runs back 26!* feet. TERMS OF SALE —One-thinl ca-li; the residue in two equal annua! payments in one and two years with iriterc n same lrom day of sale—to be secured by the bonds of the pur chaser, and a Deed of Trust upon the premi ses. A lien of one thousand dollars will be h'ft on the forty acre tract for a term of years. Sale to take place at two o'clock p. m. CLEON MOORE, Att'y for the Heirs of Gideon I^i^enring. October 27.1887—6t. i'or Sale. I r|TlK valuable Building Lot adjoining the 1. residence of Dr. Win. Neill in Charlestown. ! \V. Va.. fronting 160 feet on Liberty street. I and running back that width from said street to the lots of Dr. Win. Neill and Mrs. Ed i wards' heirs. For terms, apply to GEORGE BAYLOR, CLEON MOORE. Sept. 15, 18*7—if. .YOTiCi; TO TAX-PAYERS OF CHARLESTOWN AND M1DDI.EWAY DISTRICTS. IF Taxes are not paid promptly 1 will be eoni|*elled to sell property as the law di 1 reel*. No other help for it. EUGENE BAKER. Deputy sheriff. June 16. I*s7—rg. Spirit ami Deni. copy. In fo rin of ion II Vr n / ed / xF niv wife. Henrietta Br .wn, andmychil \ 9 dren, Emily. Eliraand John, who bef.-re • the war were owned by Mr. Archie Robinson. | s»'l Cliarlestown. Jeffer-#n < "unty, \\ • N a ! Sept. 8, 1**7. V PRIME lot of Navy Tobaccos and Twists . just received at W ALL A DORSET 3. ' i FULL Une ofba n bams, oil 1 m, . A and breakfast bacon just received at WALL A DORSEY S. \ BARREL of new Cuba molasses, which rw&FA-i' Now then, with the WEATHER JUST RIGHT. and the GOODS JUST RIGHT. THE BIG BUSINESS WILL INCREASE FASTER YET. That's the best endorsement of the Twin Fronts’ prices. More and more business and every purchaser getting the best, and saving money, too, because of the very low prices. The OLD RELIABLE STAND can always be depended on for giving the people THE MOST FOR THEIR MONEY A Dollar here goes as far as a Dollar and A-half Elsewhere. READY NOW TO WAIT ON YOU. Nov. 24, 1887. ____ SHENANDOAH Carry the LARGEST STOCK of gene r a l m;e r c h a n d i s e in Jefferson County. Being interested in the Wholesale Boot and Shoe House of Hurlov. Sloan Co., we offer to the trade Boots and Shoes at greatly reduced prices and call vour attention to our inmienst stock of Men’s Boys’ and Youths’ Boots. Ladies’, Misses. Children's and Infants’ Shoes of every description. Our *2.00 Boot cannot be bought at any other • place for lest than *2 f>0. Men's and Hoy s (join Boots. Men's Boys', Ladies, Mines’and Children’s Cum Shoes. We have just purchased a largest stock of Notions. FANCY WRAPS FOR THE HEAD Cashmeres of all Colors. Dress Hannels —Ginghams. Headq'tersCaston Flannels. Having bought our Blankets and Comforts by the bale, we can sell them lower than if bought in small qualities. ( ortuts and Oil Cloths, L<x>k at our Queens ware ami Glassware before you make your purchase and you will save money. GROCERIES A Tit A L TIMBRE PRIC ES It is not necessary to advertise our flours. YN e sell them as fast as manufactured. We Exchange FLOUR AND MEAL FOR WHEAT A CORN delivered at our store in Charlestown. Produce, Wheat and Grain taken in Exchange for Merchandise. SHENANDOAH MILLING CD. Sadler Building, Charlestown. \V. N a. October 27, 1887. 1867. 21st Year. 1887. HAGLEY’S TEMPLE OF FASHION UAS fought the battle- with Opposition all these years, and now stands VICTO lOl’S and better armed and equipped than ever to start this campaign. With a stock of CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES. HATS, CAPS. UNDER WEAK. NECKWEAR HOSIERY. GLOVES. TRUNKS, SAT' HEl.-. UMBRELLAS, etc.. That will supply a vx-t multitude, and at pri ces that no competition will under* ,I take pleasure in offering an invitation to all to visit the Temple of Fashion and compare prices with other stores. Coni taken in exchange for good; GE*> H HAGLEi. Octol>er1"7. ifesirttble Kehitience at PRIVATE -ALE. ! 4 ■ j A t. WI. delightfully i-a-e : -»:.d •n.mami £ tains five rooms and a kitchen : also cmiveni entlv adjacent thereto a Smoke House. Ice House. Stable. Ac. The lot embraces two and a ouarter acre- of ground-a beautilul lawn, splendid garden, and an Orchard of choice fruits Altogether it is one of the rnoet desira bk properties in the town. Price and terms K ytAEKV. July 21,18S7- __ -- - zz—- • TAR SALVE g8^! an inpawublb OUHS. ^ V* GEO. T. LIGHT, Agent for Jed. Co. Fall and Winter Styles! SAIL. J. LAI Custom & Artistic Tailor, TALBOT BUILDING, Opposite National Bank. Charlestown, Weal Virginia, Calls the attention of the uublic to the tinest line of lulllSi 117liter Samples Ever brought to this town, atul respectfully asks an inspection. SUITS MADE TO ORDER IN THE most fashionahli: mannkh. Send in your order* at once, to avoid over crowding and risk of disappointment at and near the midwinter season. I do all my cutting, and have employed the best of aeamsters. SPECIALTIES in Uniforms. Ladies' I)ns.jucs and Hiding Habits. I came among you unknown, but l.nvecome to stay, ami trust that in the few month* of my sojourn here I have established a favorable reputation for first-clas* work and fairdealing. Hiving as my best references the many cus tomer* whom I have already served, I re*peet fully solicit a continued and inerea*e«l patron* age SAMUEL J. LAKH. Sept 1. 1H87. EVERYBODY SAYS IT 18 THE Largest and the Finest. Of course they refer to my »toek of Krugs. People wonder why we arc always busy. It is because we sell so cheap W e huv for* ash aod can sell cheaper than our competitors for cash. I’rrsrriptions a Speciall y. We can save you 20 |*er cent, and our facilities Ihsure accuracy, promptn****. nicety ami cheapness. School Books, Tablet', relates and general school Supplies A.T Itr.UUCIHJ I'ltn 1.19 to make room for our immense stork or Holi day Good* which we will offer the people this Fall. -V.'E DEFY COMPETITION. Pure Dm*-. Gold Pens, Eye Glasses from tw< u ty-five cents up. Paint*, ' tils, Gin*3 and every thing to be iound in a First-Class Drug Store We Lead, Other* Try to Follow. Agents for Aromatic Wine, the finest tonic ill the world. Give us a tall and convince your selves that we sell at rock bottom cash price*. Respectfully. C. FRANK JONES. October J), 1M7. DUpcnsing Chemist. A fl It -i, l*8o. . #. It intake. i report that I propose leaving Charlea m is unfounded I eipect to remain here and will pursue my vocation o. Welch and Clock Repairer at n.v ro owsopi o-i«.c- • ar - r House," L* Hall Buddie.? i;- -.and *o licit the continued patronage ot the 5-ept. 15, ls'7. E. BP.OW NOl,I>.