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W. IT. B. G ALLAH KB, Editor. CknrteMtutcn.-ieffrrMni County. »>*» *’"• November 27, i889. The official return* in Virginia will *how McKinney's majority to be about 40,000 over Malione. Miss Florence E Smith, of the Harper’* Ferrv neighborhood, last week eloped with Charles H. Grove, of Washington county, Md., and they were married at Sharpsburg Oen. Sprigg think* the maj wily report ol the gubernatorial cootwt committee will be ready by the 10th of D cember. He i* in Charleston now, putting the finishing touches upon it. It is now thought the L 'gislature will be cooveurd ** about tin first of the year.” What year ? A Mr*. South worth, who clai ned to have be^n wronged by a prominent New York b isines* man, named l*ettu*. fatally ah<»i him on Fulton street last Friday. 5>'>e *a> a richly dressed and rather pretty v inuan Pettu* was a native of Tennessee and madt a fortune in New York since the war. Hr was a married man, went wrong aud cairn to grief. _ A great fire at Lvnn, Massachusetts, ve* terday, involving a l<»** of irii million dol lar*. A square mile of buildings burn* d. twelve shoe manufacturing blocks—forty factories, twenty five store*, h»ur bank*, four daily paper* and one church. Think of the distre** incident to such a cutiflagni lion, especially a' the beginning ot wiutet aud in a northern clime! ■ ■ ■■ — '■■■ ■ - If a rich nun wi*h •* to endow r-ligiou* or philanthropic institutions lie snouui uo ** while living, for the chances are bis will will not hold it he bequeaths any large suin' to be distributed in the direction referred to. Even so able and experienced a lawyer &s Mr. Tilden couldn’t write a will—for himself, at least,—impregnable against as sault or possible fracture. Persecution and intimidation for partizan purposes by the republican leaders didn' work weil for them in Virginia, but ratbei provoker] the magnificent majority over Ma hone. Now that the election is over, tin charges against the three Pittsylvania deni ocratic judges of election have been dis mi'Sed b) a United S ates commissioner at Danville, the district attorney (republican confessing that there was no ground for pros ecution. Probably if Mahone bad known as much then as he does now his method1 would have been different. Hon (i'll II P< "dleton. I te l* > Min inter l*» Germany, died in litn—i Is on sun day, of apoplexy, lie had lieen sick f<*i some time. He served the State ol Ohio i> both brunches fC’ongriss, ;,n<J in 1 Si!I wu* tbe democratic vice presidential candidal on the ticket with General McCletlau. He was a graceful speaker, a versatile scholar, ami polished gentleman—indeed, long bor< the sobr quet of “Gentleman George.” H< married a Miss Key, d»ught* r <d the an; hoi of“TliP Mar Spangled Fanner ” She was killed in New York, three years ago, by be ing thrown from her carriage. There’-* nothing mean about the revolu tionists wh*> turne*i Emperor 1> in Prdi' out of his palace ami deprived him *>t rovai prerogatives and authority and even a lioim in Frazil. They gave him $2,-»tn).U00 i Cash and voted him a (tension *>l S-UHf.OU*. a year. We reckon L> >iu can stand it it thev can. A most ati\b>*lv coulil afford t* let go the care-* of *>tli •• f*>r a c*mi| hall mil lion a year. We’d suffer ours* If to lie rota ted out ol our sky gray parlor, whence I'llK Free Press Fsu •*. for half that sum aim run the risk of eelmg contaminated by the possession of »<» niueu filthy lucre. It i« a curious coincidence that Jay Gouli! contributed t<» the World’s For lumi pre cicely the same amount as Mr C. F lions* —$2o.,(0** Jav waited lor Charley to >lmw the way, and then, a week alter. planke** down the same ti.iue. Mi that onr imloim table Winchester boy has g**t ahe; d of tW greatest money maker oi me country am the day. And lie ha* the advantage over Gould that hi* dollar* have been made b* hard work. *n I not by railroad wrecking. Thev are invested moreover, in solid am! tanginle proj-rrtv, and not in fancy stock wbich mav b- worthless six m oths hcuc> — Winchester AVir«. It will b<> seen llm' the Napoleon of Trade in New York, .Mr. Ron*-, i- as much ni<*:e generous than Gould a* Gould is richer than Roues. By jingo! Brazil’s gone republican. 0, it’s a cold day when we get left entirely ! — Uirper’s Fern/ Feuda l. The Wheeling Intelligences and other pa pers have been extracting comfort from the same source. Brazil has become a Kepub lie, it is true, but to say tli it it has “gone republican ” i* a little misleading. O te id the cause* of the revolution »u* the eman cipation of slaves and the failure t > pay for them. Suppo*e - »n -overeign *\it-* ihi •idc of the historic Mason & Dixon's 1 ne should inaugurate a >U\.vi-"ful revolution because they had not been paid for emanci pated slaves, would it be a cause for repub lican jollification ? Wouid the F<ntinel then exulti.igly say "it's a cold day wheu we get left entirely! ' The Seplatint Colrndnrf.tr “ ALL Ai.OlWD TUI YFAU” The initial issue of this dainty almanac j for 1SS9. by Lee and Shepard, lio*ton, 11»».‘ \ produced in large editions, failed to supply the market, and great was the disappoint ment of thousands. Those same future*, which made it s-> popular will be found in the issue for 1890. It is truly called “ a p-r- | feet little beauty, and a charming souvenir.” j The calendar 1* a little gem. It* leaves are held together by two ring*, attached to . which a silvered chain all >rds means for banging, while a wl.it. > Ik cord is tu-ti-fu! ly tii*d with a knot, through the hole mod. by the ring in the uppercover Die calen dar itself is filled with -om of the ile.mst, quaintest little figures, so deftly and natural ly pietured that it quite warms one’s heart to look at them. It i* a charming piece ot wo'k, and is s thorough plea-ure t<i theeye, and will win a wglwme wherever it goes. | '‘j irtif, Sharpened by Ambition.” Theiiet/irjnn Tr>ide Jourwil of Mr Charles Broadway R >uss has n very readable article, and we regret our liiuiicd ijvace docs not ad mit of reproduc.ion of it as a whole. It seems to be tbe ambition of Mr. K*'Uss to 1 make general his sy-tem—tbe ‘‘Net "?|Md j Cash System”—whereby tl*«* general public is b neliited in the seeurenn nt of goods at low prices and tlie mercantile men are ena oled to escape tbe breakers ol King Credit .uid the wreckage consequent upon sticking to ihe old methods, i'inaucialiy greatly embarrassed a lew y*ears ago by the L gt r system and the late of war, lie inaugurated the Net 5*pot Cash System—aud live per cent profit scale—ami has gone on from suc cess to success, from hundreds to thousand* and now to millions yearly; and barn alter barn lie pulls down to build greater for lb* accommodation of his monumental rade. \Ve append a pithy paragraph ornvoculled iroiu a two column rthe..r>al id how lie did it_the "I will, suarpened by ambition and backed by indomitable industry, unparal .elt-d courage and rare sagacity : "It. al our si*ogles lor mastery we^liuv ever advucated tne slmrl, q ilk *»a. Upon ihe nio’leru methods, o| woicu we are tne ■.uece-slui xpoueiils, leu years hi I sh » g'a ur results man the entire lile'im after the .,d Ushiou. Upon our sure, safe system, al-of bee urns pleasu-e—ihe liard lines ol reilif, anxiety and torture change into III •mihusia-iu ol sucits Justed o| ihe tenth j me swell* under the nulul tyrany ol llo eg. r, the cash belor delivery g- liius slo p 4. it he werded until danreuK when ambition akes lull) hv the hand and leads him to still grater results. "‘I’ll try it over ageo,' sed pbik ‘I v* .von,’ said undaunted resolution, and armed villi ibis hemic metal the Kiqueler press,-, tnwaid. And the lei icon 'Ills not contain ... n.,nls w till a til Ik- of I lie s-U 1*11 III I V of the* *1 will!’ tha ret d I'm HI the (led ii*t >rie past iron souled heroes who* lam ail never die. Napoleon at Marengo, Ar ■old at Saratoga, Washington at I’reoton, Jackson ut Manassas. The sain iron wil • i.wer always eoiuaiids suces in al the uvo ,lions of life; it nerv* Its (sweaor with that moral curage that is always superior to ova *iun.” Mr. Rouxs concludes by saying: "On the lir*t ol January we will nioveU| o our new building—our own e.\ciusiv« property—where we w ill have thr- e time* ;lie space we now have—*ix elevators, our ,wn electric plant, our own water Work*, mr own tire department and all the latest ippliau e* lor expediting and economizing \o k. Cii'toiner* and repteaenlHtives wi I get the best and promptest service ever % nowu. "In additiontotlti*cnnvpnieneennd rcor. rov we Hiiiiounce a to w departure, which we believe will prove ol enormous value— tamely, the establishment of pureha*ing igencie* in Europe Our E union, I'ari*. d anche*ter Ih u**el Is, St. (.• ill, \ ienna, Hei in and 1 >re*d«‘ii offices wi l be in charge t the nio*t < xp 11 ■iM,' d European buyci* r.K'Urabie Mr. C 11 P> Roit»* wi 1 eav. , v irk with eight lilt* on Nov. 8th . In* gniie *e\*i ral months *• I he olij el of these European hrauchp* * to |iuri lia*e :|MV j»«H«|sofl red helow valio ■ •r a ea*h consideration. Our trade there ore will get th *e European goods at lower • ric-** than the ordinary ereilit li aises ol In United Slate* av for theirs. We pro - *e t ■ apply the same principles of pur •h isiog there that we apply here. "We are lighting as desperately, figuring * e’oselv. e onomi/ing a* Carefnllv ami working a* liar • a* in the (lavs ol our ini ni x'in 2”l CliUM-li s' ret*— then with hundred*, mixv with million*. I’lo* *aini* principle* oid rule* that guide u* are laid down for >ur repre-eniatives (>nr io»ere*ts arc iden ieal: their success is our profit.” Rueklrn'n Arnica So Ice. The Be*t Salve in the world for Outs. Bruise*. Sores, Ulcer.*, S it Itlouui, fever * Tc*. Tetter, Pnapprd Hand*. Chilblain* \»rn*, and all Skin Eruptions,and positive v cure* Pile*, or no pav required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Honey relun led Price 2*> cent* per box. For *ide In C Frank .lone* ii i /: PEit s feu it r ii i ppExiy as. From the Sentinel: Mr*. Marv McFaden while att tiding ">u*eho|d duties on Tuesday evening 1**1 jiped and tell, hurting lier*etl in tin* side l>r Spangler was summoned and rendered • udic.il aid. The ac< lent necessitated tin return trout Wa*hi gt. n ol Mr* McFaden * laughter*, Mi-*c* Mol he and Irene. Mo*es Smith, a colored waiter at the Po r onac iou*e, fell through one of th'1 l*rg> xind w* of the hot. 1 last Saturday, xv liiU nnixiiaii il and xv i* badlv cut hv the bro con glus*. The pr 'prietor uf the hotel tohl mu to l.uiry «>tr to a doctor * office and hav« •'e« ii oN dreoed Smith started to do a ie was a lvi*ed, but stopped on the wav and in< I uv i r a railing until lo*s of b!o,»d ren i red him unconscious. A passer by dis • vt red him and his condition and hastily muintnn d Dr. Gannon w ho .succeeded in straightening the iuj ired man up and put ting him in shape to mead. ter |/ou Skeptical ? If-o wo will convince you that Acker’* lvgii*:i lbni-dy tor the lungs i* superior to ail oilier prep iratious, and i* a posit v* are for all I'll mat and Lung trouble*. Croup, Whooping Cough and Cold*. W. guarantee the preparation ami will give you i sample bottle free. Sold by C. Frank Jodis A Co. Joseph, age I alrout 17 years, youngest ' >n of Rev. Dr. SainuG Rodgers of the .M F C tirclr, Smith, died in Staunton, Va.,on Thursday evening last, lie bad been in ill ealth for many months, but on Tuesday was at school, and on Wednesday, unti> evening, was moving ah ut His remain were 'iiIclii to I Baltimore for ioternieiit ou "a nrr'iiv. Dr. R*»lgers has many frit mi ni 11>i- -tction. .tml among tlm reader- ol ITie Fkee I’EEsi all ov»r tiie isiunirv, who •» til h ar with sadness of hi- *..re bereave tent am] m *st sincerely sympathize with him. We i ive a *; ee ! y ti'i I positive Cure for t’rtarrb. Diphtheria. Canker Mouth, ami H al A l e. in SHILOH S CATARRH RKWKDY. A Nt*al Injector free with . ie!i 1k>"|o. I -e it il vott desire health and sweet breath. So d hv Geo. T. Ligli'. Mr. William Tennant, a well known ' 7. ui of Shepherdstovvn, died at the re*i ■ t -rice of his-on in law, Mr. William Ent er, in till* place, on Monday morning hist. o r •*. long and tli»tre*-ing illness. Mr lYnnant, who was Of years old, leave* a " tie. three daughters and two sou* to motir hi* Ins* IL* wa* a good i-iti2en anti an up M.-’u matt, ami p *set| the res|n-ct <-f ad wliu kuew hi in s—JshepKerdilbwn Ecyilltr. B simp Peterk in. who is President of the Board of Directors of “The Sheltering Arms” Hospital, Orphanage and Home at Paint Creek, Kanawha county, in a circular I letter give* an interesting statement of the 1 present,,Condition of the Institution nnd hopes of i s future. It is a beneficent en terprise of tlie Episcopal Church in this : State and is supported by voluntary contri butions of food, money, clothing, etc. Thanksgiving day contributions are hoped for that will enable the B ard to go on and even enlarge the facilities for doing a good work Ibr the unfortunate. We have no doubt R< v. Dallas Tucker will be pleased to receive money donations for this object, or to take charge of other contributions and forward them T lie officers of the institu tion are persons known to many in our com munity, or whose names are familiar and « guarantee that contributions will t»e prop erly applied They are lit. Iiev. Geo. W. Peterk in, D. 1) . President, Park* rshurg, W. Va.; Neil Robin-on, Vice President; W in R. Johnson, Treasurer. Crescent, Fayette Co , \V. Va.; Tim*. L. Broun. Secretary; Rev. R. D Roller, Chaplin; E L Ihll, Sup rin teiident. Paint Creek, K inawbaCu., 'V . \ a. Cumin's Emulsion Curts Consumption The late Dr. C.eo. If. Wood, Prof. Univer sity of Penn-ylvania. *ay*; “Asa remedy in Pulmonary Consumption, Cod Liv. r Oil far exceed* anv other,” |)r, Churchill, of Paris, say-: “Coii-umpiton when not denied w'irh the II vpoplmttphiies mu-t be regarded a-nloio-i ilnats fatal, where,*i-, when used ill time, ••verv patient liny be cured by use of the i I v poplin- phite*.” ('amin’- Emulsion Dcnmpnsed of 'be Pur i—t Norwegian Cm! L» ver (Id combined wiib the llypopliospliiti* of Litre ami Soda with Iron. Dr. 0. F. Mason, of Charlestown, -ays, “1 am prescribing Camni’s Emulsion in my practice ami it lias given me great satisfaction. With child.rn it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil I have ever used.” For “ale hv all druggists. Manufactured only by E. A. Ckaiohii.L <fc Co., Whole sale Druggists, Lynchburg, Va. The new M. E. Clmrch, South, 3t Kerns town, Winchester circuit. Rev. F A. Struth er. P. C , was dedicated by Bishop A. W Wilson, of tlie Baltimore Conference, on ■Sunday morning. A large crowd was in attendance, many having gone from Win chester. We understand the entire debt was liquidated. The church is a handsome one and reflects much credit upon the eir cuit and otjr friend. Rev. Strother. Bishop \. W. Wilson occupied the pulpit of the M K. Church, South, in this city Sunday night. This aide di\ine preached a power* tul sermon, and received the closest atten tion from tlie large audience present — Winchester Aeifi. Don't hawk, hawk, blow, sp t, and dis gll»t ever* b *dv with vour offensive breath, hilt use Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy and end it. __ Is Life Worth Living ? Not if you g> through the world a dyspep tic. Acker’s 1)» spepsiu Tablets are a po-i ive cure for the worst forms ot Dyspepsia, [■•digestion, Flatulency and Constipation 1 •uaranieed and sold l»y C. Frank Jones & Co. .Vpir . Mrertiscinnits. lrsifO. Harper’s Weekly, ILLUSTRATED. Harper’s Weekly lias a well-established place as the I calling illli-t raid new-p.iper in Amer ica. I lie fairness of Us e.tiioriul comments on current p-**iti,'Si bus earned tor it the respect and .onii.leiiew of all imp irtial readers, and tin* variety of it> literary C intents, winch include serial ;iti>l sln.rt stoiies by the best ami most (Mipiilar writers lit it for the perusal ol people • •f the widest ramie of tastes Hti.l pursuits I lie Weekly supplements are ol remarkable varie rv. ini* re t ail.t value No expense i» spared to tiring the highest order of artistic ability to ‘e.r upon tin- ill.i'tra imi <>f the changeful phases of home uu*l fore.gu history. A Mexi can romance. I'r*nu the p- •• ot riionnis A. Jan vier, will appear in the Weekly in |s90. HARPER’S PERIODICALS. Per Year: Harper's Weekly.. $1 W Harper's Magazine. -4 ill I l.irpcr <* It.-iz tr. 4 0<» Harper's Young I'-ople... - tv Postage Free t<* nil subs* i ihers in the United States,Canada, or Mexico. The Volumes of the Weekly begin with the first Number for .'miliary of each year When ' I' » TIII IW I* l|IHH"MICI, «|ii '"»i" with ilie Number current at time of receipt of order. Bound Volumes of Horner's Weekly for three vear-back. in neat cloth binding, will be >ent bv mail. laistiiye paid, or by express, free of expense, provided the freight does not ex ceed one dollar per volume), for 00 per vol. Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable for binding, will he sent by mail, post-paid, on re ceipt of $1 00 each. Remittances should he made by Post-office Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers are not to copv this advertbe m*mt without the express order of Harper iV Brothers. Addre-s: HARPER A BROTHERS. New York. Sheiuuidoah Valley Railroad. S. F. TYI.ER, Receiver. Schedule In / ffret Xoumbcr 24, ISS9. LEAVE CH V RI.E8TOW N—HOl'TH W A RD. R:37 A. M. Daily—Memphis Express. Roanoke and intermediate stations and all |»>jnts South and £ itithwest. 1 Itrough Pullman Sleeping cars from New York and Pliiladel|diia to Roanoke, Chattanooga and Mem phis. 1-’ 11 A. M.Daily—N.Orleans Express from New York, Philailelphia and Baltimore with da v vouches to Roanoke, mak ing conneetion through to t lie South. Carrie-, through Pullman Sleeper to New Ormans via Harrisburg. leave ciiari.estows—northward. 7:50 A. M. Daily—Baltimore Express, front all points South, arrive in Washington 11:45 A M.. Baltimore 11:4' P. M., Harrisburg 11:40 I*. M. Philadelphia 3:15 I*. M Carries through Ptill lti.tit Sleeper front New Orleans to Philadelphia \ ia I larrisburg. 9:4G P. M. Daily—New York ami Pltilailelphia J Express, front Mobile. Memphis, Chattanooga ami all points South, j Arrive Pinludelphia 4:25 A 'I . New i York 7 10 A M Sleeping cars ■ through to New York via Harris- j hn rg. Tieket Agents will furnish all b-formation j and through s. Itedtilefupon application o. HOWARD ROYER. Geti’l Pass Agt. Nov. 27. ItJoO. Roanoke, Va. SI00 REWARD. I'HE above TJ'wanl will he pnid for Hie ar re>* uid conviction of the thief or thieves who »t • meat from my mgai-hotiyg on or ah«. 3L*t of October l-t*t. : Msifr-li. V’U. C. iUkWSYi i I The Century Co's MiAraaiue for Young Folks. Enlarged and Printed in New Type. fince 1873 when, under the editorial man agemenf ot Mrs Mary Mapes Dodge, tliepuhlj. ration of .St SichftUujor Vvunr/ fb'fo wits begun, it lias led all magazine* for girls ami boy*. No thing like it was known before, and to day. as the Chicago Inter Own * recently said, "it is tiie model and ideal juvenile magazine of the world.” Through its pages the greatest wri ters of our time are speaking to the voitt li of America ami England, ami the best artists and engravers are training the eyes <>f the boys and girl« to appreciate the highest in art. Noliody knows how many readers St Xicholan lias. In the third largest public lihrarv in America,— that in Indianapolis.—more than 3,000 people rend each mouth s number. Since the tir't issue Mrs Dodge has remained usedpor. tsariy m ilk history other voting peoples magazines. "(»iir Young Folks ” “The l.ittle Corporai.” " Kiversidt*.’' etc., were con solidated with It, and I** history ha* been one of growl It front the lirst. Tennyson. Bryan* l«ongtel|i»w. Whittier. Miss \ !•••••* _ rs. Bur nett. Charles Dudley Warner. W. it. Howells and almost every well-known w riter of our time have contributed to its pages. Then is * in 1 v oneway in which iUnQiultictoiscnn make jt better, add that is by making more of it. and “o they announce that w ith the beginning of the seventeenth volume (November. 188b.) ^ .Yi'cW'i* will he enlargeii by the additi >n of eight, and sometimes sixteen, extra pages in em-ii number. This enlargement is absolutelv required to make room for the rich store of new material which lias been secured for the henellt ot ,s/. Xichula* readers. The u«e of new and clearer type will bo begun with the No vember number. During the coming year there are to he four important -erial stories by four well known American authors. Athletics and out door *ooit$ w ill he a special feature (contributed by Walter Camp, of Yale, and others), and there will be stories of character and adventure, ini',>rni!ilinn and travel, outdoor papers, articles of special literary interest, sug gestive talks on natural history.other scientific subjects, and the march of events. Both the Decern her ami January numbers are to be hol iday issues The price will be the same as heretofore, fa a year. 25 cents a number, ami all dealers and die publishers (The Century Co., New ^*rk.) take subscriptions New subscribers should begin with November. A li»tle money will get a Idg lot of Christmas Goods. if vnu spend it where good* are sold on the one price cash plan; where no protits are charged to pay for hooks. b«tok-keepers. collec tors or to pay for the good' of those who hue on credit and never pay Every article we <*f. fer ini' marked on it in plain figures the low cstrish price at which we can alford to sell goods for cash. A child can buy goods iu our store as cheap as t he wisest man or woman ON THIS PLAN. 1 ct. hues nearly all the 2 ct. goods. 2 cts buys all tite3ct ami many 4 ct. goods Sets, bins all the 4 ct. ami many 5 ct.gooda 4 cts buvs all the 5 ct and many « ct. goods 5 cts. buys all the f> ct. and many 7 and 8 ct. I'GOll*. * Ami so on up to the dollars’ worth ; you get a« m any ami often more goods on our one prii e cu'h plan for site to Sac than you can get for a dollar on the old plan. Comprises every article of wear, ol the liner, medium and common grades fur male and ft. nia'e wear from birth to death (except Ladies' Hats). Materials for Fancy Work. Trunm and 'atchcl'. Canes. Umbrellas Rubes, Blankets, Horse C’ovt i> and Gum Hoods Oiii* Christmas Novelties Compri'C Russian. Bohemian. < lnnese. Japa nese. Gcnmru «ml American wares. Marble zed iGass. Novelties. Decorated China and Gins' warc. Dessert Sett'. Bamboo and Willow ware. Musical and Washable Dolls. Etched and Col ored Hhiss Lace and .In|*ancse Lamp Shades; Parlor. Sitting, Dining. Bed and Sewi- g Boom decorations; new stvles Table and Piano Cov ers; Goat Skin Foot Rugs, A’c. Updecr rn ff’s, One Price Cash Store, HAGERSTOWN. MI). Nov. 20, ISsO. Is tie o’dost and most popular scientific nrd nuclein cal pat er published and has Ihe largest circulation of any pare r of Its clss* In the world. Kul y illustrated. Bet cia** of Wood Kngrav lng<. fubllshed weekly. bend for specimen ciipv. i'rtoe M n year. Knur months' trial, tl. MINN a t u.. l'l ui.isULitr, id Broadway. N.t. ARCHITECTS & BUiLDERQ H Edition of Scientif.c American. U A great aticccss. Each Issno contain* colored llthogruiduc plates of country and city residen ces or public buildings. Numerous engravings and fu l plan? and spee'flcallons for the use of such u*contemplate building. Price $2 Ni a tear. So els. a cup)'. AiL'NN A CO., 1‘L ill. 1311LU3. Mimsm I ty years' experience and have marie over i3 1 O.iilt application* for American am! )'• r 1 R eign patents Send for Handbook. Corres pondence strictly confidential. TRADE MARKS. Tn rasa your mark Is not registered In the Pat. *nt Office, apply 'n Mcsn .» Co., and procuti minjeduie piulectlon. bend for Handbook. CHl’YRIGHTS for books, charts, maps, •0.. quickly procured. Address WI NN A CO., Patent Solicitor*. (Exmii ormt: &;i itnoAuwar. N. 1 Nov. 13. I8>9. HEADQUARTERS! nsninivi Respectfully Id your attention to liia elegant stock of I TOYS, FINE CONFECTIONS, FRUITS, OYSTERS, Cakes in ail its Branches; all fresh and fine Prices guaranteed as low ! ns any ether house in town. Thankful for past patronage and hoping to j J merit a continuance, I at.i Bespcrtfullr. ' , lV*c. 13. lHSti. GUSTAV BROWN. , ll'an'cd. ! — 11 rPHRKEOR FOUR BRIGHT YOUNG MEN r X t" 1.curtl Irao* and Make Mmipv wliiltsi R"a.,ing. FOLW A \\aE'\LL>>' Ntfr. dv, j!«p—Umntrv, Pa. i IIOW TO ia to go to the % SHENANDOAH and you'll do It. Light Drown Sugar. A Whi'e " . ®c Uranulated ^ Best Kite... l lb. can Annour's Dried Beef.'-‘® Baker’s Break last Chocalate.45 \'ic« Bright Syrup, per gul.3' Turkish Prunes. .05 Respectfully, NIMRODTRUS3ELL, Manager. Oct 30.1S«>. TO TIIE JEFFERSON ClUNTY FARMER OFFICE VAI.I.EY FERTILIZER CO.. CHARLESTOWJf, W. Va„ August I, 1SA9. DF.A R SiltWcare prepared to furnish om regular Brands of Fertilizer, viz: “Shenan doah.” Virginia," Potomac.” "Valley Bone.’ "Spe.'ial Wheat Mixture." "Raw Hone," "Dis solved Bone." "South Carolina,"our own man ufaeiure. Tne "s'lienundimh” is the best Fer tilizer sold ; the farmers tth? have used it yeai after year have had the best wheat and gras. and their laud has improved, because it is i* strictly Bone Fertilizer. We have averaged; year since 1Hs3 Two Hundred and Fifty Tons ot "Shenandoah” in Jefferson Countv—tni « peaks for itself. The "Virginia" Inis Dissolved Bone where the "Shenandoah" has Haw Bone, and is sold at the same price. ' Potomac"— tni> giade is well, for years it has been a favor ite with our farmers. "Valley Bone" costs less than "Potomac,” and is used by a number oi our farmers. Both of these brands Analyzt high in Bone Phosphate of Lime. "Special Wheat Mixture”—we prepared and put this brand on the murket in l«X9 to meet the do* n and for a cheap Atnmomaled Phosphate We have been surprised at the demand create* I for if: last year we sold 1*m tons of it in Jeiler "fin luuiii V. ii * till'" u>t*i 13 111 aiiMinniia costs only $22 per ion. We have on hand )• large supply of our own Manufac ture of Month Carolina, aiso a large supply of 8 C tnanufac tured in lialtiinore. either of which we will furnish at the market priee. We furnished last year in this Countv over4t> • tons of 8. C. thrct iiuudred uf which we niantitiu tured. We will guarantee it to be in fine drilling condition We run it through the Rollers before bagging We have on hand a supply of Animal Hone Raw and Dissolved, of our own manufacture We would be glad to have vou ins|>ect it. ti<> better can lie found on the market. We are prepared to mix. on short notice, any 8pecia! Formula, at a small cost. The Valley Fertilizer Company is a -trirtlv home institution, Jelferson county capital and Jcfiereon county people, and we are gratified at the encouragement given the Company by our farmers since its organization. A* an evi dence of our standing at home, we sold in Jef ferson county the fall of 1***. over 1.200 Tons of Fe’tllizer to tliree hundred farmers. We will be glad to have you call and examine our stock. Resi»ecttullv. VALLEY FERTILIZER COMPANY. Aug 29, 1**9. IISFfilDEniilEBIMIS. 1 PAM PELS OLD FOUNDRY.) FREDERICK, MI), rpiIE undersigned, having purchased the X foundry of the late lleiay Pam pel. which was established over half n eentiiry ago. have completely refitted and remodeled the plant, and are now turning out work of the most im proved ami modern patterns. The CKLKUKATED SELF FEEDIXG EGGS TO YE, Improved, a sjiecialty ; the oid reliable Ten'Plate Stove, none better, and the Famous Pilot Cock Stove, low in universal use. All at red 11 ceil prices and improved patterns. The “ FUSES TO 07 and other Flout. All kinds of MILL GEARING AND FARM' •IRS' MACHINERY. Kettles, cellar doors and rating Repairing of stoves, furnaces and ag* icultural implements and machine work in II its brandies eieeiiied by competent and killed mechanics. Highest uash prices paid or old iron. We are determined to maintain lie far-famed reputation which this foundry ms enjoyed for fifty years, and knowing that he public is well acquainted with its merit, we esiaeet fully solicit its patronage. * c.E. MARK ELL. WM. WU'CVKJ*'. Jtuiw 8, To experienced and economical buyers who believe in j BARGAINS i and desire to make selections from the Seasonable Styles in Dress Goods Millinery, Notions. Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Oilcloths, ltugs, Ladies’. Children’s and Misses Coats, FASHION POINTS THE WAY TO OUR STOCK. Because it is the Largest and Newest with Prices the Lowest. You are cordially invited to examine the goods we offer. 8«*pt. 26,1889. [ ; ““ — — -—- -, a JOSEPH JEFFERSON. "TheCentury Magazine” in 1 >90-Joseph Jef ferson’s Aut (biography—Novels by Frank R. Stockton. Amelia K. Barr, ami others. A Capital Programme. During 1>90 Thr Century Magazine (whoso re cent successes have included the l.onous "Mm Papers." the Lincoln History and George Ken nan’s series on "Siberia and the Exile System" will publish the long looked-for Aiit<>hh>gni >,hy of Joseph Jefler-on, whose " Hip vun M in t kle” has made his name a household word - No more interesting record ol a life upon iIn stage could he laid before the pubiic. Mr Jel lerson is the fourth in a generation of actors md. with hit children and grandchildren, an -ix generations of actors among the Jelli rsmis Ills story of the early days <if ihe American -tago, when, as u boy. traveling ill his fatlo-r company, they would settle down tor a scasot in a Western town, playing in their own ex iem|miized theater.—the particulars of tbe creation of his famous " Hip van M'inkle." Imw he acted "Ticket of-1 rave Man" before at, ini lieint of that class in Au-tralia. etc ,—all thi enriclted with illustrations and portraits ol contemporary actors and actresses, and with in< ( dotes, will form oneof the most dolightlul serials Thr Century has ever printed. Amelia R Burr. Frank H ritocktnn. Mark Twain, If. II Uovesen, and many other well? kn nvn writers.will furnish the tictimi for the new volume, wbi h is to he unusually strong, inclit ii gseveral novels, illustrated novelettes and short stories. "The Women of the French Salons " are to be described in a brilliant se ries of illustrated papers The important dis coveries made wit it tbe great Lick Telesroiic at Sun Francisco (the largest telescope in tlie world) and the lat»st exploration* relating to prehistoric America (including the famous Sir t**nt Mound, of Ohio) ate to he chronicled in Thr Century. Prof George P. 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