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JTmMkr 1. i s v s It. P. Chew, F. W. Brown and B. D. Gib son will speak at Ripon to night ^Thursday). The store of Mr. C. Frank Jones has been handsomely repainted by Mr. W. W. Johnson. Capt. George Baylor and B. I>. Gibson, Esq., will speak next Saturday night at Harper's Ferry. Box paper envelopes and paper by the quire. Prices that will surprise you at C. ■ Frank Jones’ Pharmacy. Tue dwelling of X. S. White, Esq., is re ceiving a new coat of paint. Mr. Wm. Kimes is doing the work. Col. W. P. Craighill i* a member of the Military Court at Washington now investi gating the water tunnel there. Rev. L>r. Jno. A. Scott was elected Mod erator of the Synod of Yirgiuia. The uext meeting will be at Winchester. We guarantee to sell blank books cheap er and better paper than any one else. Call and price before purchasing. S.’e Frank Jones._ Hon. Henry S. Walker spoke in the most complimentary terms of the speeches of Hon. Wm. H. Travers in Hampshire and Hardy. Our friend Joe l'ry placed us under obli gations on Tuesday for a bag of magnificeut cabbage. It will help us in our slaughter of Republican aspirations. The Special train to Harp- r's Ferry on Saturday evening will leave Charlestown at 6.30, and returning leave 11. F. after the torchlight parade and public speaking. (.’apt. Geo. Baylor ami Col. II. Kyd it8 Saturday evening. Col. R. I*. Chew and F. 'C Brown addressed the people of Kabletown same night. Miss Jennie Haymond, daughter of Judge Haymond, was the first West Yirgiuia lady to ascend the Washington monument by ti e new elevator She was escorted by Hon. Wm. G. Brown, Jr., of Kingwood. < treat Fireman's l’arade here on Monday, and Fair for benefit of Independent Com pany Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Torchlight processions Monday night—by firemen, and afterwards by the Democrats. Rev. Rumsey Smithson will lecture on Temperance at Kabletown on Monday even ing next. November 5th, at 7j o'clock— proceed- for the benefit of the Kabletown church. He i- equal to the famous Gough on the subject of Temperance. The Monarch Self-Operating Wa-her—a great labor-saving invention—for which Mr. A. II. Cramer is the agent for Jeffer son county. In a few days ho will call on the people and give them practical demon stration of the utility of the machine. Miss Sallie Page, daughter of Rev. J. J. Page, of Prince George county, Va., for merly pastor of the Wiekliffe Episcopal ; Church, Clarke county, Va . and Mr. John Bowie, a prominent citizen of that county, were married on Thursday the 18th nit. A Cleveland, Thurman and Wjlaon pole, 80 feet above ground, was raised by the Ripon Democrats >>n Saturday la-t. Enthu siasm prevails out ther** and a record of fidelity to party will be made on Tuesday. They will be found as true as the ueedle to the pole. Democratic Torchlight Procession at Harper'- Ferry on Saturday night next. The Charlestown club expected to partici pate. Let every uniform be filled and every lamp, too Special train w i1! leave Charles t rn at 6.30 p. in. aud returning leave Har p r’s Ferry at lip. m. 35 cents round trip. Hon. 1 ' M-t- •* ciate Superin tendent of Free School*, ha* designated The third graud torchlight procession of ' ■ sand men with torches paraded, and other th<>u.«:in»is looked on. Jl.»u. Henry S. Walker de::v« red one ol hi* matehles speeches. Berkeley i- -ate for the Demo The slick leagued Prof. Stewart, colored, - o: ur countvmau, Mr. It. W. Hatter, also ac tm l col red loan, to disuss th pc ■ ... igh: knocked through th -o -tries - Mr. Charles \V. Brown has on exhibition ■ ' Everything will prove to be what he : - r*-ents it. Within a few days he has :. i! • roi-tcd a dan Dome show-case espcci 1.1 ITovuin's iHucavert/. ' Another wonderful discovery has been le and that too by a lady in this county, -ease fastened its clutches upon her and r even years she wilh-tood its severest •ts, out her vital organs were undermined 1 death seemed imminent. For three •nths *he coughed ince-«antlv and could ■' *leep. She taught of us a bottle of Dr. n_'s New Discovery for Consumption and > t- so much relieved on taking tirst dose at -he slept all night and with one bottle I is been miraculously cured. Her name is ' r*. Luther Lutz.” Thus write W. C. amriek ik Co , of Shelby, N. C.— Get a •e trial bottle at C. Frank Jones’ Drug Personal. Mrs. Luke C. Strider left for her Wash ington home last week. Rev. J. H. Moore and bride are at Mr. Cleon Moore's in this town. Mis§ Cora Stuckey, of Bunker Hill, vis ited the family of Mr. J. Ogden Murray last week. Mr. Samuel Walton and wife are visiting Mr*. Margaret Fouke—Mr*. Walton’s moth er—at “Paradise.” Mr. James Watson is very ill, and his daughter Miss Mary Jane is quite sick of intermittent fever. V. M. Firor, E*q , attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, at Huntington, la*t week. Mr. and Mr*. Radley visited Berryville last week, but have returned to their quar ter- at the home of the Misses Ware. Mr. Tho*. C. Karnshaw returned last week from Baltimore, where be had been under surgical treatment, and since continues to gradually improve. Mr. Win. Brown,of Philadelphia, visited his brother Mayor Gustav Brown, ot this place, la*t Sunday and Monday, accompa nied by Justice C. P. Matthau and Mr. Da vid Matthau, wife and son, of Martinsburg. The PresbyUriau Church at Outfields was the sceucc of a brilliant wedding at 5 o’clock on the evening of Thursday last. A crowded assemblage was present to wit m-*s the nuptial- of Mr. T. E. Nininger, of Botetourt county, Virginia, and Mi** Mar garet Cabell Scott, eldest daughter of the officiating minister, Kev. I»r. jonn a. Scott. The charming bride was handsome ly attire 1 in cream moire and crepe, en traine; she wore'the usual bridal veil and carried a bouquet of nephetos buds, lhe lovely bridesmaids wore cream Henrietta cloth, and carried bouquets of Mareschal Neil roses. The church was a marvel of ‘b«ral beauty, the decorations consisting of plants and flowers and autumn leaves. There was au arch iu front of the pulpit, with an umbrella of white roses suspend ed beneath, under which the bride and groom stood. In the aisle were gates of golden rod. The bridal party entered the church amid the delightful strains of the wedding march from Les Hugenots skill fully execute i .Miss Aglionby—the ush ers, Dr. J. H. Moore. Messrs. J. Albert Link, Herbert Alexander and Marshall M >!vin, proceeding up either aisle followed by the groomsmen and bridesmaids in the following order: Mi-s McDonald of Mont gomery county, Md., and Mr. C. C. Scott, brother of the hride; Miss Getzendanner and Mr. Wm. Moore, of Jefferson couuty ; Miss Ashby, and Mr. E. R. Lucas, of Wash ington ; Miss M ore, of Montgomery couu tv, Md-, and Dr. Daniels, of Dulfielda; Mi-s Argyle 1'utwiler, of Lexington, Va., and Mr. Brugh, of Fiucastle, Va.; Miss Scc.tt, sister of the bride, and Mr. Watkins, of Botetourt county, V.i. The bride en tered upon the arm of her brother, Rev. L. E. treott, who give her away—and the groom entered with his best man, Mr. Huff, of Bo etourt county.—&Jirpherd«town Jteg Tho advocates of the prohibitory ameud merit conducted au extremely interesting meeting in the court house last Thursday night. Mr. David Howell stated in a neat speech the object of the meeting and intro duced Mr. Lee H lit of Shepherdstown as chairman of the meeting, who, after a few remarks, present! 1 Rev. L. R. Mason, of the P. E. Church, Shepherdstown, as the first speaker. Mr. Mason’s address vas dignified, intcrestii _ and much to the point ■and very moderate in its tone. Rev. Rurrsey Smithson, of Winchester, followed in one of the ablest and most forcible speeches we have ever heard on the sub ject, entertaining his audience at sonic length with hi' abundant humor and pun gent observations. He was vigorously ap plauded. The rem arks of these gentlemen were free from the abuse and want of mod eration that '■» often eluiraeteiize addre'ses on this subject, ami were so logical and pointed that we suspect some ot the audi ence, lutnerto not in sympatny wun me prohibition movement, of being almost convinced of the righteousness of the cause 1 sj echos were iuterspersed with excel lent and appropriate music by the Mouu 11m State Cli ir, of Shepherdstown. The an i: ■ . o was a c i one, consisting largely of ladies. Brother Wi-ier ..f the Martinsburg In>k ‘ refers cleverly to our Barbecue. W e invited him t<> i >iu us iu the procession that he might the more enjoy himself, but he wouldn’t accept. Hear him: W e had the pleasure of attending the democratic barbecue at Charlestown on Tu.-sday last. The weather was slightly in clement, but the crowd attended neverthe less. rhev had a g >od time and every per - »ti took in a full share of enjoyment. Hands--me Col. Chew was chief marshal, ami tu- managed the procession with skill and ability. We r. rice 1 our friend /title, the ex-editor, and (iallaher of the Free Biti", carrying their colors along in tine style. Bro. Haines, of the Spirit we saw later, but it he marched, his attenuated form es aped our observation. We met Mr. lme'vwall, and Mr. Higinboth&m, look ing after their fences. We drove a few -takes for ourselves and told Bro. Duckwall we would tote fair when he practiced be fore us as Judge. Well, aside from all pleasantries, all had a nice time', every per son behaved well, and we did not hear of or see any di-turbance. When the people can meet together that way, in harmonious, fra ternal enjoyment, and each man think and vote as he pleases, then all of us can be proud of tiie American Republic. Itueklen’H Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruise*. S.res. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive ly cures Biles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by C. Frank Jones. If DLLS HASTED. si u, -. ir,. • s and , lantitv for sale, and 1 will either call on you or make bid bv letter. Address* J N TRUSSELL. Shepherdstown, W. Va. October l$e - -1 m.* Excursion Tickets to the Virginia Agri cultural. Mechanical and Tobac co Exposition, Richmond, Va. The B. & O. R. R. Co., will sell excur sion tickets to Richmoud, Va., every Mon day aud Thursday during October and un til November 19th, for the accommodation of those desiring to visit the Exposition. The tickets will be good going on day ot issue and the day following, and will be valid for return trip until November 26th, inclusive. We give below u list of stations and round trip rates via Washington, D. C. : From Millville $6.10, Halltown $6.20, Charlestown $6.35, Summit Point $6.60, Wadesville $6.75. Mr. Robert Hunsicker was found dead in his bed on Wednesday morning. He retir ed at night in apparent good health, and when fouud cold and silent in death there were no evidences other ttiau that his spirit quietly took its flight. There hadn’t been a groan or a moan to indicate that the worthy ! old gentleniau was in pain or trouble. He was a good, humble, unobtrusive Christian man—for nearly all the years of his long I life devoted to Chri-tian dutv and to his Church ; devoted to his family aud full of neighborly kindness. A trait of the old gentleman especially observable by us who so long lived next door to him and daily for years passed by him was his tenderness to wards aud kindly consideration of the little children of his own household and of the families about him. He was a member of the M. E. Church, South, and about 70years of age. This quiet, peaceful departure is a trans lation. The old gentleman’s oft-repeated prayer that when the Master had no further use for him here, that he might be permit ted to lay down the cross and pick up the crown, was heard and answered, aud he is realizing, beyond doubt, the hopes of many years of consistent religious life. Big time at Harper’s Ferry ou Saturday night. The Clubs of the County will par ticipate with the Harper’s Ferry and Boli var Clubs in painting the town red in a de cidedly artistic manner. Special traiu from Charlestown at G.3U p. m.—35 ceuts round trip. Let every man bear his torch, lamp tilled with oil-no foolish virgins wanted — and let his quiver be supplied with roman candles and rockets. We expect to blaze the way of a triumphal walk over. Mr. Gustav Brown and Mr. Henry Dnmm will supply pyrotecnics at a nominal, charge.— Providence permitting, the editor of The Free Press will be there and by reason of a somewhat attenuated and elongated figure be No. 1 when the Club “counts off.” The office of Washington Brothers at the Coal Yard was burglariously entered on Friday night last. The attempt to “crack” the safe was unsuccessful—though the lock was damaged, three fuses having been ex ploded in it. The thieves would Lave been disappointed if they had gotten the safe open, as the Messrs. Washington did not leave their money there—nor are they in the habit of doing so. This attempted rob bery is supposed to have been by tramps who have been seen lounging in the neigh borhood. After exploding the fuses, they found a bottle of powder iu the office and used that too in their futile efforts to gain access to the interior of the safe. The Verdict Unanimous. W. I>. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testi fies : "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of Rheuma tism of 10 years standing.” Abraham Hare, druggist, Bcllville, Ohio affirms: “The best selling medicine I have ever han dled in my 20 years experience, is Electric Bitters.” Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unan imous that Electric Bitters do cure all dis eases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. On ly a half dollar a bottle at C. Frank Jones’ Drug Store. Public Speaking and Supper at Ihif flelds. !>'. Fa. Col. R. P. Chew and Hoi. Dan’l B. Lu cas will speak at Dutfields on Friday even ing, Nov. 2nd, at 7 o’clock. The ladies of Dutfields and vicinity will L'ive Oyster Suppers on Friday and Satur day evenings, Nov. 2nd ami 3rd fur the benefit of the Episcopal Chapel. Supper served from 4 until 9 o’clock. Hon. Henry S. Walker arrived in town at noun on r nd&y. Expecting him m the evening the Club purposed to meet him at the depot and escort him to his quarters.— However, as lie anticipated the hour of his expected arrival, at night he was serenaded, when he made a brief address, and to give expression to our opinion of it we borrow a phrase from the distinguished gentleman and alter it to suit our purpose: his speech baliled encomium and defied description or comparison. On Monday night, after the Fireman’s parade, the Democratic Club will have a Grand Torchlight Procession. The shouts will he but the prelude to the grand Halle lujah which will voice a triumph that will be significant of peace and happiness lor men, women and children, regardless of age, color, or previous condition, all over this broad land—especially m our Southland.— Voter, don’t lightly estimate the ballot which it is your privilege to cast. We are indebted to the Washington Bro thers for five beautiful pounds ot butter— 'pecimeu of the products of their Cream ery recently established here. It certainly is a success as to the make of a superior ar tiele, and we hope the enterprise will proye a successful one—profitable to the proprie tors and advantageous to the general public. The Barbecue at Berryville last Saturday was a success. Hons. J. Ran Tucker. I>. B. Lucas and II. S. Walker were the orators, an 1 the (.’<?/■ i- highly eulogistic of the speeches. The Democratic Hag across the street iu Berryville was wantonly destroyed by some scoundrel on Monday night. A reward of is offered for the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator of the outrage. Mr. Frank Eicbelberger has been ap pointed a mail agent on the B. & 0. Common-Sense Cloth'ng FOR COMMON-SENSE PEOPLE, AT SADLER BUIL O Best Made Clothes for Men. Best Made Clothes for Boys. Best Made Clothes for Children. There is nothing like it, gentlemen; nothing like it. There’s the rushing, driv ing trade that —SPEAKS FOR ITSELF !— There is the evidence of Confidence—the finger-p'st to prosperity 1 Since the 1st of October onr sales have doubled last year’s (for the same time) and trebled the sales of any house in Charlestown. This is a prac tical, common-sense community who buy where they can get the MOST FOR THEIR MONEY —and that’s what wo like about Jefferson County—the people can generally pick out tho genuine from the counterfeit. Goods that are right and prices that are low are our best triends, and your friends as well. THE LEADING CLOTHIERS, SADLER BUILDING. November 1, 1888. Found at Last.—A positive preventive of Cholera in hogs and fowls, and a cure, if used in time. The Great Western Cholera Cure is the remedy. Used successfully lbr years in the West. Introduced East, now, for the first time. Lone Jack Tobacco is known throughout the world, and so is its distinguished invent or and proprietor, John W. Carroll, Esq. See what he says: For some months past I have been using the Great Western Cholera Cure to prevent Cholera in my hogs and with the most sat isfactory results. While others in the vi cinity ol my plantation have been troubled with this terrible scourge, my hogs have been entirely free from it, and I believe a liberal use of this valuable medicine will entirely prevent cholera. Mr. Elias O. Payne, of Adams Bros. A Payne, says: “I have very fine chickens and think a godd deal of them. Not long ago, very much to my regret, the cholera broke out among them. All were droopy, others very sick, and some died, and I thought 1 would lose all of them. I was advised to use the Great Western Cholera Cure, and did so. The effect was almost magical. They commenced improving at once. No more died, and in two or three days they were all well and thrifty, and not one l...,. 1....... oi..L- .Snnn Y.iii nrp Authorized to give it my most enthusiastic endorsement and I recommend its use both as a preven tive and cure of Chicken Cholera.” For sale by Aisquith Co. in Charles town. Price 7f> and 25 cents. Sent to any address in the United States upon receipt of the price. Faulkner & Craighill, Wholesale Druggists, Lynchburg, Ya. FL IMING run: IS THE VEINS. We hold positive proof that Acker’s Eng lish Blood Elixir cures all blood poisons where cheap sarsaparllas and so-called pu rifiers fail. Knowing this, we will sell it to all who call at our store on a positive guar antee. C. Prank Jones. DYSPEPSIA. DESPAIR, HEATH. These are the actual steps which follow indigestion. Acker’s English Dyspepsia Tablets will both check and cure this most fearful of diseases. Guaranteed by C. Frank Jones. School days are now here, also our tre mendous large stock of school suits which we desire you to inspect. They are match less. Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. In gents bats our stock is superb, inclu ding all of the latest styles for fall and winter wear. See our “Cleveland Plug Hat.” Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. We are showing a large line of gents fur nishing goods, late styles in scarfs, collars and cull's at Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. We are headquarters for Cleveland and Thurman and Harrison and Morton cam paign goods. IFm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. Go anywhere you please and you will not find so complete an assortment of children’s suits at such low prices as our special bar gains in separate knee pants. S. D. Hirschman &Co. MMMtlED. In Frederick City, Md.. October 24th, by Rev. Mr. Ould. Rev. J. H. MOORE, of the Presbyterian Church. Bcrrvville. and Miss BEftSIK GARLAND CUNNINGHAM of Fred erick City. At the M. E. Parsonage. Harper's Ferry, October 24th. 1 ■»*■'. bv the Rev. J M. Steven son, Mr HARRISON HOFF to Miss MELIS SA MAY HEDGES, daughter of Mr. M’rn. L. Hedges, of this town. Interesting Dry Goods News BY Woodward & Lothrop. The Kail trade may be said to be fairly under way. The store is brimful of the season's best productions, both foreign and domestic. Our preparations for the coming season’s business have been on an unprecedented scale, and we are in a petter position to cater to your wants than ever before. Dress Goods Bargains. 50-inch All-wool Camel’s Hair Serge, in stripes, checks and fancy mixtures, only 50c. per yard. Note the width. 38-inch All-Wool French Hindoo Suitings, in all the newest shades. 38 in. Checked Cheviots in (lark rich effects, only 50c. per yd. Great Sill: Bargains. A fortunate purchase of Guinct's Best Black Imported silk enables us to offer the greatest values in these world-renowned fabrics ever placed on sale. I*t 1, Qual. E. only 87}c. per yard. Lot 2, Qual. I), only *J4c. per yard. Lot 3, Qual. C, only $1 per yard. Lot 4, Qual. B, only $1,12J per yard. Lot 5, Qual. A, only $1.20 per yard. We refrain from quoting the usual selling price of these live qualities, confident that your discerning judgment will instantly recognize their great intrinsic value. liar gams in lilac': uooas. Every preparation lias been made for doing a large ball business in Black Dress Goods. Black is being worn considerably by ladies not in mourning. We have the goods—more than ever betore, and what’s better yet, they are all reliable fabrics, products of the best Foreign and Domestic manufacturers. As good illus trative bargains we (piote the following three : 39- inch (called 49) Black All-wool Foule Serge, perfect black and a very desirable fabric; only 50c. per yard. 40- inch Black All-wool Bison Twilled Serge, heavy weight and a very dressy weave; only 50c. per yard. 1 case 39-inch (called 40) Black All-wool Croise Cloth or India Twill, a new weave and destined to be much worn this season; only 55c. per yard. Best Values in Flannels, Largest stock, greatest variety, and best val ues we have ever shown, be it in white, colors, or fancy. We (piote these few special lots: French Wrapper Flannels at 371, 42, 55 and 75c. Cashmere Flannels at 50c. French Printed Flannels at 05c. German Figured Flannels at 75c. Best Jersey Flannels at (321c. Shrunken Homespun Flannels at 50c. Woven Bordered Skirting Flannels at (35c. Best Eiderdown Flannels at 75c. Homespun Flannel Skirt Patterns at 1.00, 1.35, 1.50,1.75 and $2. For Manufacturing Comforts. Many ladies make their own bed comforts. We call their attention to our large supply of cottton bats and coverings, such as prints, cheese-cloths, batiste cheese cloths, sateens, chintzes, etc. Pound Cotton Bags, 121, 15, 13 and 20c. each. Cheese Cloths, 5 and 10c. per yard. Prints, 6J, 8, and 10c. per yard. Sateens, 12Jc. per yard. Batiste Cheese-cloths, 12lc. per yard. Extra Bargains in Bogs' Clothing. Never before were we better prepared to dress your boys from 2J to 14 years. The bulk of the stock was late arriving—now all in, even to the heavy dead of winter overconts. Close buying at the very source of the supply enables us to give unrivalled values. Boys’ School suits, 4 to 12 years, only >4. A splendid line at $5 per suit. Nobby Styles at 6.00, 7.00 ai.d *7.50. Stylish Suits, of best workmanship, 8.00, 8.50, and *9. Boys’ Overcoats, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 7.00, 7.50, 10.00 to *20 each. New Curtain Materials. 3,000 yards of imitation Pongee Curtain Dra pery, in a handsome variety of attractive col orings and effects; only loo. per yard. 2.500 yards of 40-incn Printed, Lace Striped Scrims, in light, medium and dark effects, only 12 - per yard. 1.500 yards of Curtain Madras Cloths, in cream and lemon, warm colorings and make very attractive window draperies; only 25c. per yard. Xcw lime Si/I*. Excellent styles and colorings in 5C-inch Raw Silks, at 42ic. per yard. Other prices, 65, 75c., 1.00. 1.10, 1.25, 1.35 to $2. Undoubtedly the best line yet shown. New Trimming Braid*. New line of “Novelties" in Dress Trimming Braids to match the new shading in Silk and Woolen Dress Goods. Jet trimmings in pro fusion, galloons, fringes, passementeries, pen dants, etc., in great variety. Beautiful Persian Trimming Braids in oriental irridescent effects. Superior Line of Cream, Golden and Silver Braidings for trimming evening costumes. Special Xotic-e. We make a specialty of selling goods by Mail, tilling all orders the same day received. You are safe in buying of us. as we will cheerfully refund the money for all goods not proving entirely satisfactory. Send for our Fall Cata logue, and make up a trial order. WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Boston Dry Goods House, "" Washington, D. C. , Oct. 18,156s t WE AlRE READ Y FOR A TREMENDOUS FALL BUSINESS. The trade that lias come to us since the opening of Fall business demonstrates that there is to be a great many goods sold. We mean to double our sales tins season. ou might just as well be aware of that fact now. It’s going to make a differerence to jou. We always did offer vou the most for your money. Now wc mean to do still better lor you this season. We mean to meet every want. By some lucky purchases early in the season we are thus enabled to offer you some special bargains in goods that wc know can not be duplicated for the money elsewhere. As we said above we mean to LARGELY INCREASE OUR SALES aud with that object in view we are going to make an extra push for trade this season. Come and See TTs. Oct. 11,1888. ___ WHEN YOU COME TO HAGERSTOWN don't fail to visit UPDEGRAFFS’ GREAT STORES, where you will find U « Q S 0 Q rj H ® H H r> cc 1-3 M » 7 QD 2 1 1 < j > H M eU r i M r-i H H IrJ i_l —! H ^ Kl THE NEWEST STYLES. THE LOWEST PRICES. Every Article for Male and Female Wear from BIRTH TO DEATH OF THE Finer. Medium and Common Qualities (Except Ladies’ Hatsand Bonnets.) Samples and information sent by mail. UPDEGRAFFS, HAGERSTOWN, MD. October 11, 1S88. PUBLIC SALE OF Valuable Mill Property, IN CHARLESTOWN, W. VA. The undersigned will offer at public sale in front of the Court-IIouse in Charlestown, W. Va. On (hr 2ml day of November, 1888, that valuable property iu Charlestown known us ‘ LOCKE'S MILL,” together with four acres of land west of the mill, lying on both sides of the mill-race, al*o the lot surrounding the mill, and the water right belonging to same. TcrniM ol'Sale: One-third Cash ; residue in equal payments at one and two years with interest on same from day of sale—deferred payments to be se cured by a lien upon the property. The sale will be made subject to a lease which expires July 1*1. IssU. Purchaser to have the benefit of lease from day of sale. .Sale at 11 o’clock. M. V. MILLER. Oct. 11, 1888—4t .YOTMFF TO TA X-PA YE ICS OF OH A R LESTOWN AND M1DDLEWAY DISTRICTS. IF Taxes are not paid promptly I will he compelled to sell property as the law di rects. No other help for it. EUGENE BAKER. Deputy Sheriff. June 16, 1887 Spirit and Deni. copy. •Yotiec to Trespassers. I )ERSONS who tre-i'ii-- uj»on the farms of JL my wife and myself near Kabletown by destroying fences, hunting thereon, or other wise, are hereby notified that I will prosecute them to the extent of the law. J. P. T. MATHIAS. Oct. 25, 1888—Ot. . 71. FYTt\ 71, M KM. YU A N D F A MIL Y S E WI NO. MRS. BETTIE SLAGLE and Mrs. ELIZA . BENNER will do all kinds of' Dre-s Mak ing and Family Sewing promptly and at prices j to suit the hard times. Residence corner of West and North street. July 8. 18.86. To the Farmers and Dairy men. TVT'ELLS Richardsons Improved Butter vv Color at a great reduction. Large size1 our price 75 cents, elsewhere. $1.00, medium j size our price 4>> rents, elsewhere. 50 cents. | small si*e our price 20 cents, elsewhere 25 , cents. SEE FRANK JONES. \V \ NTTP1 I ‘ !!ce’ Local and v» -CX-iA 1 I traveling agents for onr goods. Liberal commissions, or salary and expenses, to competent and reliable men. For ! terms and full particulars, address J. F. LeCLARE, Nurseryman, Nov. 1, 1838—it. Brighton, >*. Y. SHENANDOAH To the Front Again. An immense stock of GENERALMERCHANDI8 E bought for Spot ('ash ami sold for <’ash. That's the reason we sell so cheap. Worsted Dress Goods, 0 to 15 cts. per yard. BARGAINS IN DRESS FLAN'LS —Tricots, Henrietta Cloths and Prints. 10 cts. per yard. Ginghams, 6, 7 and 8 cts. per yard. 5 Cases Fancy Prints 5 to be sold at bottom prices. Headquarters for Bleached and Unbleached Cottons. Canton Flannels at Wholesale Prices. Large Stock of Red and White Flannels. Cheviots of all Styles. BEDTICKING White and Gray Blankets. BED COMFORTS. HE HUDR. Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoe*. Men’s and Boy's Boots ami Shoes. Glassware, Queens ware and Wooden ware. We carry a full line of Fancy Groceries, Wholesale and Retail. Fine and G. A. Salt. Our Superior Brands of Holler Flour—“Prim rose” and “Superlative' are sold by ail the leading Merchants in the County. If you have never been to the Milling Store you can ^ave money by paying us u visit. We Exchange FLOUR AND MEAL FOR WHEAT k CORN delivered at our store in Charlestown. Produce, Wheat and Grain taken in Exchange for Merchandise. SHENANDOAH MILLING CO. Sadler Building. Charlestown, W. Va. October 11, 1888. NOTICE : TO THE LADIES OF CHARLESTOWN AND VICINITY. I AM prepared to give my especial attention to the business of FEATHER RENOVA TION. Being a practical band at the business and determined to give satisfaction, I repect fully solicit a share of public patronage. I have the only feather machine established in the county. This machine will take all dirt and impurity from feathers and destroy all moth. Carpets and blankets can also be reno vated and moth removed from them. Every body that has feather beds ought to have them renovated while prices are so moderate. AH persons who have work of this kind will call on me or address me by postal card. Country produce taken in exchange for work. THOMAS G. RUST, Congress St.. Charlestown, Jeff. Co., W. Va. August 16. 1888— 3in. New Coal and Wood Yard. J. C. WYATT & CO., Dealere in Coal and Wood, Fertilizer«, die., Charlestown. W. Va. A good supply of Coal and Wood will he kept at hand at the lowest prices. Market Prices paid for Grain. Orders left at J. R. Rodrick’s or S. 8. Dal garn's stores promptly attended to. Coal and Wood Yard and Office at Shenan doah Valiev Depot. J. G. WYATT Si CO. October 18,1388—1 yr. Dr. Jaeger’s SANITARY WOILEN CLOTHING. Dr. Jagtr’s Sanitary Woolen Clothing is now being recommended and adopted by the leading Physicians of the world. Specially adapted for "the preservation of the vital forces and is preventive and curative of Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, &c. Those desiring sound health and physical comfort should adopt the “system.” made of pure wool and camel's hair. Pamphlets containing prices on hand. Goods furnished at New York prices. Orders trken by CHAS. J. BERRY, Agt., Sept. 17, 1338—3uj. Ripon, W. Va.