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.VoiTmlifr IIM Mr J. O. Tinwtier's house is painted by Mr. Win. Kitties. Mary E. Lewis ha* di*pn*cd of a lot on Eagle Avenue to Mr. 1> S>. llughe*. Bear in miud the cbwing of the bank*, clerk*" office* and postoffice to morrow— Thanksgiving day. Mr. \V. W. Trail, formerly of Harper’s Ferre, has purchased a $5,000 property on New Yotk Avenue, Washington, City. I can supply Fresh Oysters lor Thanks giving day by the pint, quart or gallon. Best quality. HKNRY The Winchester (Va) paper mills of Wissler A Co , have been so d to the Amer ican Straw Board Association for $1‘>0,I)<X> cash. . See the Updegraffi*’ advertisement of Christmas Goods Much of their stock is of their own importation, which enable* them to undersell such as are dependent on "middle men." Policeman James E Reilly, of Washing ton, who was beaten bv a party ot roue 11* recently and died from the effect* a couple of days thereafter, was a brother of Editor Reillv, of the Martinshurg //trail. A collision of freight trains on the B. O. treading at Harper’s Ferry, east of the Potomac Pulp Mill, on Saturday morning, re-ulted in the wrecking of a number ol cars laden with coal, wheat, &e., «%c. Sam Johnnon ami Lewia ijueeii, b tvs, got into an altercation last Saturday n;ght, when the former stabbed the latter id the shoulder with a pen-knife. The wound, we understand, is not serious.—Spirit. The pretty lit le babe of Mr. EugeneShu g*rt fell from its carriage on Friday lastand sustained a cut on the head, but was not se riously injured. The accident very natural ly gave the parents and friends a fright. Prof. Loisetle's Memory System i- Cre ating greater intere-t than ever in all parts of the country, and persons wishing to im prove their memory should send for his prospectus tree as advertised in another column. List week the B & O. depot was forcibly entered and four trunks taken out upon the platform. One of them was opened and the contents, in part, taken. The thieves were frightened away before they opened the oth er trunks. Whilst playing at -ch'sd on Monday, Willoughby Taylor, son of Mr. Geo. W. Tavlor, fell and fractured the left arm — breaking one bone and dislocating the elbow. Dr- Mas »n and Neill gave the needed sur gical attention. Members of the Charlestown Operatic As ti tciatioii rehearsed Sat unlay atternnnn and night at Berry villa. It is expected tlieir entertainment will be given in Charles Washington Flail, this place, ou the evening of December 6'h. Messrs, (leo. f. Light and Jav Foster and Capt. Charles E Biylor on Sunday returned fr 'in a hunt in Ii ippahannoek. Notwith standing the inclement weather, limiting their bunt to a dav, they bagged about a hundred birds and twenty-five rabbits. F»v the new time t.ible of the S. V R. li . in etTect since "unday, trains now pas Charlestown northward at 7 -tO a m and 9.3o p m ; southward at 8 :?7 a. m and 12.11 a hi. Ir .in No 1 12 11 a m is a fa-t ex press, and stops at Charlestown only on signal. The common hnu-ctly, it in good health, ran lnv 20,(ion egg- in h season. Ii * a great pity a lmus« Hv can’t be grafted on a lien. We’ll bet the price of esrirs would hi'vn if it C'uld he done —s''/ >• Rr’jiftrr. Item irking ur»on the hen and the house fly I rid you ever see a hen house rty ? Mr. Martin Ciaunt, a respected citizen of Clarke countv, — an uncle of Mr. John T. Colston of tht* tow n,—died at his home near fterrvvi !e on Saturday afternoon last, aged 73 years. He was a zealous member of the Baptist Chu'ch, and in the old times was a magistrate. He was esteemed as an upright, honorable and hospitable citizen. Mr I tennis McMahon, son of Mr. Michael McMahon of thi« town, died in Augusta r mntv, Virginia, on Thursday last of pacu n •nia, and was buried from the residence f - father on Saturday afternoon He i is a worthy young man, aged S3 years, and leave- a wife am) four children. He w .» a member ot the Baptist (. iiurcli. \n entertainment by the “King s Ifaugh •• r- ' will lie held in the Parish Buil ling of / m Episcopal Church on tint afternoon and evening of Thanksgiving day, the pro r 1, of which are to be devoted to the ben eat of tlte poor in the town and county. I *Te will also Ik* a -ale <d fancy articles * fur Christmis and New \ ear pn - nts. A1 r Charley Brown always keeps a slock Is.m hand that is a testimonial to Ins g • . I •. »ste ; but he purp.— s to siirp iss hint in Holiday (l eel- tin- year, -o that lie • n in* • f every want in the line of jewelry, p ite, «V • , »kc. I" h -liorl time it will ■, Teat to go into hi- vetabli-hmeiit to ».—even if you think vou haven t the wi real that to buy. I le always take- plea - ire in showing his goo Is. /.s Incurable? Bead the following; Mr C. H. Morris, N, v\ irk, \rk , -ays; **\\as down with Ah - -s u| Lungs, ami friends and physician | r -munced me all Incurable Consumptive. II g :i taking I»r King* New Ihscoverj i r Consumption, am now on my third hot • and able to over-ee the work on mv farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.’ J»sat* iiddiewart, l>eca*»ir. Ohio, sav*: en for l*r King’- New Dh • v» rv for Consumption l would have di«*l Lung Troubles. Was given up bv d<HV ,r- Am now in best of health ’ Trv it Sample Unities free at 0. Frauk Jdue’i Izrug *wr» CIRCUIT COURT. Judge Duckvcall, Presiding. Indictment* were found against 'V iliiain Moore, misdemeanor: John Stanton, misde meanor ; B* nj. J. 55. Wooddy. (three indict* meut.) misdemeanor; David J. Festu*, grand larceny; Charles Washington and William I leaner, fellonv ; Jelin Stanton, fel my ; Janies Lawson, misdemeanor; Pat rick O’Brien ami Mollie Mver*. misdem an ■ or; Charles Hicks, felony, Richard Kline and Marv HutF. misdemeanor; Mollie My i ers, misdemeanor ; Reuben I wyman, petit | larceny ; Lee Twyman, petit larceny. (2nd otFence. a felony); Warner Cooper, William Harris, John 11 irris and Albert Young, mi'dem a nir; J >sepb I\ Botts, lelony ; st V. R. R Cmisdemeanor; Sydney F. Tvler, Receiver, misdemeanor. The Gaud Jury also reported as follow*: TnhrJwh' -/'the Otrnvt O-n-t »/ Jffferfm, Aw lumber term, IS'!': We. the tirninl Jurors in ami for the county ! of It-rl'T-oii. d.i report that we have examined | twenty-one cases, and have hr*.light in true Ini - in seventeen .“*<*; hnecexuiiitued sixty tive witno**es. E.-|ieiiolly doe* t his (i rand J u ry deprecate the growing evil you called our attention toof carrying deadly weapons, and we have bmnght in a true bill in every case before u* where there was the slightest chance I for conviction. We have visited the jail, and find it in go-id condition. We also visited the I ha*ement «.f the court-house, w here the heating arrangements are located. and we e-meur with | f.inner grand ju-ie*. that the present arrange j meat is both ineili ient and dangerous. Respectful I v submitted. W. O. Norris. Foreman. Judge Duck wall made the following or I der: And therefore it is ordered that a certified copv of the foregoing rejmrt of the Grand Jury be made out and delivered to each of the Com missioner* >f the i .unity Court of this county, through the SherilF. and that it he further cer } titled that in tin opinion of this Court this i ni-tt.-r : I lx* at omv examined into hv the r,unity Court and the proper remedy applied if found necessary II. J. S WiMHldv pleaded guilty to one in dictuient and was fined $2-» and costs. In the two other nolles were entered. Warner Cooper, William Harris, John Harris, and Albert Young, pleaded guilty of hunting on Sunday and were each sen tenced to pay a fine of and costs, or in default to he imprisoned for five days. State vs. Wm. Moore, misdemeanor. Ver dict guilty, with recommendation to nu-rcy. Sentenced t<> thirty days in jail and $•"> fine, j-.r in default thereof to be imprisoned not exceeding sixty days. Charles ashington, indicted for felony, burglary, pleaded guilty and was sen tenced to two scars in the penitentiary. Festus Itiuud guilty ou indictment for grand larceny. Electric Ulttert. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular ns to need no special men tion. All who have u-ed Electric Bitter -ing the -.line song ot praise.—A purer medicine doe- not t \i-l and it is guaranteed to d i all tba i- claimed. Electric Bitt-r will cure all di-tuis sot tli<‘ Liver and Kid non, mil remove Pimples, Hoi Is, Salt Uheuin and other affection* caused bv im pure blood —Will drive Malaria from the -v-tem and prevent a- well a- cure alt Ma 1 l.’irial fevers. For cure of Headache, Von -tip.ition and Indige-tioii try Electric Hit ter-—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, 01 moiifv relunded Price 5*1 cts. and $1 00 per bottle at C. Frank Join's* Drugstore. p, nwif, i ;mg w ife of Mr John j \ Graham of Jacksonville, Florida,died on >aturdav morning. November lt>tk, at her ! home in that city. Mrs Graham was tin daughter of Mr David Wilson,of Tallahu* -ee, and granddaughter of the late David C Wilson, formerly ot tl»i- countv. Two year ago, as Mi— Wilson, she vi-ited the horn* <>t her relative, Mr Win t* Carrell, in thi town, and charmed triends here by her per .<ni.il be ir v and -weet and a tractive man* ! ncr. The Jacksonville Atetmpoii* says: "Mrs Graham had been slighOy unwell | for a day or two, but m* one anticipated so i -n id -.1 termination. din quietly ..... ... ....... I— ...— brighter home m the unknown beyond ot rare personal beauty and ex quite trait* ot character it seems hard that her young lite should be *« suddenly and abruptly terminated when all before li -rap pe .red so liappv and pleasant. 1 he blow l.-d with erusiiing etfect upon the young : hu-baiid, who loved and adored his wife : with all the alleolion possessed by human • nature.” _ Jtlntr Snys It's .ill Right. Mr. S. <> lEair, Chicago, says: “We •ould not keep boii'O without your Clarke’* Extract of Flax Skin Cure and Cough Cure W e have used both for numerous troubles, especially for our child We recommend the Cough Cure to every family having children. We u*cd it for Whooping Cough with remarkably quick and satisfactory re i suit*, and ii'e it for any and every cough the family may have.” Only one size, large bottle Price >1 no If you want the he*t toilet ' ■ ' get i' >rke's Fiax Soap. 2") c ults \-i. C. Frank Joiies, Oruggist, for these prep initioti*. We ha' e a letter before u* from otir for mer tow-siit'ii, Mr Theodore A. Lleaver, who was severely wounded during the late j lamented Brownsburg tragedy. We find in 1 him a *< > >1 companion in the long ngo. He wa* • • itr senioiir by a few years, and wa 1 nieknaiu. d “Sampson’’an«l i» now known a* Sam. and that’* the how it was printed Samm-I in the reports of the tragedy. Ht was but a “looker on in Venice"—its lie sav*. wa* m»t there as an officer, blit a-s “h high private in the rear rank' when he wa? woumh' 1 during the tuelee W eare pleased to learn that our old friend i* recovering from the injuries received. I I try l.nrgr Vrrcrntoge Ot the \ i in.hi people are trotioled with a nio-t mu ing troll hie*1 on • and disagree able complaint called “Catarrh." It i* < ot iiei -'ai.v to h** troubled. It :* demo i*tra ted hevi" d ipii-'tion licit t l.trkt » Extracl ot Flax IV-pill .u Catarrh Cure imtnedi a’c'v r,. j, v - iml permanently cures Cata rrli A thorough and fair trial will con vince v*m 1 - ' rke’n Flax 8 tap for the Skin Catarrh Cure $1 <*" Soap 2*> cents at C Frank Jones drug *tore. Marrid in Culpeper. V November 13th by Rev C F. James. Prof. C. B Wallace of Nashville. Tenn., and Miss Mary Bar hour, sec ..ml daughter of Hon J a*. Barbour and niece of Senator John S Barbour am al*o of 1 >r H. C. Beckham of this c unty The bride has vi*itt.d the family of Or Beckham here, and is remembered ns i Jii.h'y cultured and accomplished add at UriictlVii y6adt 1“ lj CHURCH SOTES. Thanksgiving day services in the Zion ; (Episcopal) Church to-morrow. Services in the Presbyterian Church to morrow (Thanksgiving day) Ht 11 o’clock. Services were conducted in the Catholic Church here on Sunday last by llev. T. J. i Wilson. | Services appropriate to Thanksgiving day in the M. E. Church, South, to-morrow, at 11 o’clock. The protracted meeting at the M. E. Church. South, in this place is in progress nightly this week. The Third Quarterly Meeting forCharles i town Station was held on Sunday—llev. I Ilumsey Smithson preached morning and night. The Third Quarterly Meetingof Jefferson Circuit M. E. Church, South, was held at Kabletown on Saturday — llev. Ilumsey I Smithson, presiding elder, preached on Sat I unlay morning. Rev. Mr. Engle, of Berry ! ville, preached at Kabletown and Oakland on Sunday. Rev. I>r. Gardner will preach at “ Betha ny ” once a month—every First Sunday, ! morning, beginning with December 1st, at | 11 o'clock, during the Winter months, in | -tead of twice a month in the afternoon as heretofore. llev. Mr. Neel will preach eve ry third Sunday morning. Rev. Frank Dixon has accepted a call to | a Baptist Church at Oakland, California, and has accepted, and expects to leave for his new tield about the middle of December. On Sunday morning last he tendered his resignation to his congregation in this town and it was accepted—though doubtless his people give him up regretfully. We under -lanu a congregational meeting mr me pur po-e of considering the call of a minister to succeed Mr. Dixon will he held on Satur day next. The congregation to which Mr. Dixon goes is a large one. A Modest, Sensitive IFomon often shrinks from consulting a physician about functional derangement, and prefers to suffer in silence. This may he a mistaken reeling, but it is one which is largeiy preva lent. To all such women we would sav that one of the most skilllul physicians of the day, who has had a vast experience in cu ring di-eases peculiar to women, has pre pared a remedy which is of inestimanle aid to them. We refer to l)r. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription. This i- the only remedy for woman’s peculiar weaknesses and ailments, sold hv druggists, under a positive guaran tee troin the manufacturers, that it will give -atisfaction in every case or money refund ed. See guarantee printed on bottle wrap per. The S. V. It. It. depot in this place was forcibly entered on Monday night and two trunks, belonging to a lady from Winches ter who took the train for the South during that day, were rifled. The contents were scattered about, and it is supposed the rob bers only took jewels or other valuables that could be easily concealed. It was onlv Tuesday night of last week a similar rob Itery occurred at the 1$ »Sc 0 depot. The trunks above mentioned belonged to Mrs. Grant, nee Jones, of Winchester, who was en route to Florida. The thieves must Pave been frightened away, as they left the beautiful contents of her tiunks scattered ibout, and also the bags which they had with them in which to carry off their plun Itr. With groan* and sigh*. and dizzied eyes. If- seeks theOrtieli and down lie lies; Nausea and faintness in him ri-c. Brow rnckini; p iin* ass til him. Si'-k headache! But ere long comes ease. His sionmeh settles into peace. Within his bead the throbbing* cease— I'ierce's Pellets never fail him! Nor will they fail anyone in such a dire predicament. To the dyspeptic, the bilious • tid the constipated, they are alike" a friend in need and a friend indeed.” We are indebted to Messrs. James Sim mon- & Co., real estate brokers of Roanoke, for a copy of the Daily Kerabl of that city, which exhibits something of the wonderful progress of that place—a few years ago a village of Gu»*. now a thriving c'ty of 15,000, with numerous work shops, iron foundries and other industries. Mr.Simmon*,» little while ago u store hoy here, is at the head of m enterprising real-estate business and has made a fortune himself and been instrumental in putting others in the way of prosperity. From Ocean to Ocean. Over thirl}-two years ago, Mr. Alfred Speer, of Passaic, imported from the banks • if the Doura, in Portugal, a few o! the Port Grape vines, and commenced careful ex per intents for the purpose of producing a first class American Port, both fermented and unfermented, lie has been eminently suc cessful, and now Speer's wine and unfer merited juice i- known from ocean to ocean, and endorsed hv the be-t medic il tabmt in the world as the best now produced for the use of invalids For sale by druggists. Mr. Tims. W. Guard, son-in-law of Mr. Win. Hicks of this place, died at his home in Connellsville, Pa., Saturday week, after a short illness of pneumonia. Mr. Guaid was in his fifty-sixth year of age. During the confinement of .John Brown and his company in the jail here, Mr. Guard was on guard duty outside the walls of the jail and frustrated the attempt of Coppic and Cooke 1 to e-cape. A widow and three children are left to mourn their loss of hu-band and fa ther. Oh, What .1 Conyh. Wi'l you heed the warning? 1 he signal 1 perhaps of the -lire approach of that more j terrible disease. Consumption. A-k your si'ivis it mu ca.i uthud, lor the sake of snv j ing 50 e 'it-, to run the rt-k and do nothing | lor it. We know from experience that Shi ; lull's Cure will Cure your Cough. It never t'lil*. This explains whv moic than a Mil j |i.,ii pottle- were sold the past year. I' re | lieve- Croup and Whooping Cough at once. Mother*, do not be without it. For Lame lin k. Side "r Che*t. u-f Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by Geo. 1. Liglt;. A friend who promised us a turkey for Thank-givinc da stepped in to remark up ■ ! on the scarcity of tlim description of bird ; hut that he had one—a Job’s turkey—that might be gotten in g'snl condition by New Year! We don’t want a turkey for New I Year. We are going to have an extra ses sion of the Legislature then, maybe, and QotT will be “our meat.” Friend, fatten 1 the old gobbler for next Thanksgiving—and • we wilj be fcifbr so thankful (o be hefe to i enjoy tL j>eri*ondl. Mias Fannie Campbell spent Sunday with friends in Berryville. Dr. H. T. Talbott, of Washington, spent Sunday at the parental home here. Miss Bettie Rice Page- of Berryville, spent last week with Mi** ^ouie Campbell, of this town. Hon. E. Boyd Faulkner and Mr. Hunter Boyd, of Martinsburg, were in town on Tuesday and called to see us. Mrs. Donavin, of Washington, formerly of this town, is visiting Mrs. Emma Russell, her daughter, in Baltimore, and is enjoying herself—her first visit from home for many years. She is now almost an octogenarian. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Is it not worth the sm ill price ot 75 cents to free yourself ol every symptom of these distressing complaints? if you think so rail at our store and get a bottle ol Shiloh s \ i tulizer. Every bottle has a printed guaran tee on it, use accordingly, and if it does you no good it will cost you nothing. So.d by George T. Light. At a regular monthly meeting of the In dependent Steam Fire Company, No. 1, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved. That thesincerelhntiks of this Com pany are hereby tendered to the ladies who so kindlv and energetically came to our assist ance in time of need, and that we will ever hold them in grateful remembrance. A No. that the thanks of the Company and ladies who < 0 idueted the Fair of Nov. 4th, 5th and 6th, are hereby tendered to the Citizen’s Fire Company, who so liberally patronized us in our undertaking. Resolved. Tli-.t our thanks are especially due and are extended to Mr. John \V. Lock and sis ters for the use of their rooms. Resolved. That the papers of the town be re quested to publish these resolutions .1 C. HOLMES, Capt. W. G. Earxshaw. Sec’y. I>i«l you roa«l tlie certifirate of tlie Internal Revenue officials regarding the purity of the Rruddock Pure Uve? If not do so. and then n*k your dealer for it. I se no otner—it is the best. J.\s. Clark & Co.. Distillers. Cumberland, Md, Did vou read what the Prominent Physi cians Lave to say about the Braddock Pure Rye If not do so at once, and ask your deal er for it. It is the h°st. James Clarke <fc Co.. Distillers, Cumberland, Md. We are now ready for trade with an im mense line of goods lor fall wear. 5ou will find our stock this season extremely large and complete and embraces every thing generally kept by us. As far as prices are concerned you will find ours em phatically the lowest. We guarantee our prices to be lower than the same goods can he purchased for elsewhere or will give you a rebate in Hard Ca h. W M. Kaiix, Charlestown's Leading Clothier, Sadler Building. We have now ready the largest and most attractive Ii>>c* of Boys’ and Children’s Suits f,,r Fall wear that has ever been shown in this citv. Our trade in this line has been steadily increasing every season. We are now offering special inducements in School suits, of which we have an extra large slock. Wji Kaiix, Charlestown’s Leading Clothier. We are showing the latest productions in Hats for Fall wear. Two special features Ilf our stock areourextra large line oK.enh*’ Black Still’ Hat*, ami an ext n*ive line ol Cru*h Hal* in all *hades. We also show a large line of Bovs’ Hats and Caps. The prices are low er titan ever. Wm. Kaiix, Sadler Building. Our line of (t.-nts’ Furnishing* is too large to describe. Underwear in abundance in all the latest weaves. A special lineof Four in hand Ties for 25c. " m Kahn, Sadler Building. Our stock of children’s clothing is by far the largest and ta-tiest we have ever shown. All made by u*. under our own supervision, therefore fits better and looks more like merchant tailor made goods. Our large sale this season ha* shown that people will go w here they get the best fitting clothes and the most for their money. S. 1). HllLSCHMAX A Co. Hats and caps for everybody, large and small. All the leading styles are shown hv us. We can su’t everybody and have sold more hats this season than ever before. Why ? Because we call Bell them so much cheaper than other stores. That’s the rea son everybody comes to S. D. Hirsciimax & Co. „ntfa in ciii-L-4 in nil the leading makes of cn-simeres, beavers chinchilla, corkscrew and fine worsted—all made tip in the very best manner. Satin and silk lined.' You will find them iilTri: lit. S. I). Hikschman & Co. Big reductions in our dress goods depart ment have been made in order to make room for our early diRplav of holiday goods, which will he open for your inspection iu a few days. S. I). Hirschman & Co. We haven’t said much of our millinery department. Immense reductions have been made in order not to carry any hats or bon nets over. Prices have been reduced. N e carry the largest stock of mourning good such as crepe bonnets, Nun’s Veiling and everything that belongs to a mourning out fit. ' S I) HiuschmaN A: Cn Near Charlestown on Friday morning. No veniher 21. I*h9. »f consumption. Miss MAKY MANTEL—aged about uT years. In Bolivar. Saturday. November Bl. 1W*9. ol pneumonia. Mrs. MAKY KOl'IUt K aged 67 years. 3 months. _ POWDER Absolutely Pure# This powder never varies. A marvel of pa rity, strength a>.d wh'ilesomeness. More eco nomical than the ordinary kin;’**, and cannot he si,IB in i.siinpen ims wnh the multitude c , low test, short weight alum or plr sphutepot (dent. Sabi "nfa & oom. Jtpi'Ai, jlijcnfs Po** i PER Co„ UK) Watl ttfeet, YtJrk. I 9. Ui9. WE ARE TUP PEOP EE! Our name is on every lip; our location in every eye; our success the subjec of gen* eril comment. Tilt-re's not in Jefferson cnun y a more popular store; nor lor its size » busier store than ours. And every dav adds to its growth and prosperity. You seek the cause? You’ll find it in our close adhesion to the inflexible rule of Right. We never deviate from that rule. Ourgoods are right, our prices are right. We actual ly do what others only promise to do and an intelligent community prefer the pay to the promise to pay. That is why we have their confidence. This season we are offering better goods at lower prices than we have ever been able to offer before and the increase in our trade speaks public appreciation. In children's wear, in which we have three times the as sortment of any store in this town, we have run away ahead of last season’s sales. RELIABILITY OF OUR CLOTHING. We doubt if anything has exerted a wider influence in our general success, or add* d more to the continued increase of our trade than our reputation for giving the public the greatest possible value for the lowest possible price. Gentlemen, in selecting a Fall or Winter Overcoat you'll find it profitable to investi gate the rich and extensive array of over garments we have provided this season. You will find our prices Honest and that means everything any responsible buyer can expect. You will consult your best interest by pa tronizing our store, the leader ot low prices. Respectfully, WILLIMA1, LEADING CLOTHIER, SADLER BUILDING. Nov. 6,1889. —$30,000— WORTH OF GOODS are now packed in HAG LEY’S Templet Fashion THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK 1 HAVE EVER OFFERED. Ineltuliug 1,400 pairs of Mensand Boys Boots $ 11 i.iXD worth of Clothing from $1.00 to $£MX per suit; $1.00 to $J0 00 per overcoat. Corn,Potatoes and Apples: .ken in exchange Oet 30. lSh'J .Vcir Hoods. N’ EW Raisins. Citron and Currants. Califor _ nia Figs and Dates. C. D. EBY. IJUCKWHKAT FLOUR and N. O. Molasses )—new crop. C. D. EBY. U0M1NY and Beans, and all flavors oi Fruit. Puddine. C. D. EBY. I‘ ARC.E Stock of ilie celebrated Stonehrakei j Extracts at lowest prices. C. D. EBY. Cl a. «nd Fine Salt. Pepper and Saltpetre X • Sage and Coriander. C. I> EBY . \IT'S are still the leader UP-Low Prize Tin \\ ware. Full stock always on handboug.l before the advance in tin plate. Gallon Glass Oil Can only.»3c Half-Gallon .. Gallon Tin Oil Can ‘ .. 1 H* \ls„ full stock of Cake Pans. Jelly Pans. Brest and Cake Boxes. Buckets of all size*, Tojlei -•etts. Chamber Pails. Coal Hods, Ac H<»p< von will give me a call before von buy as w« can save you money. Respectfully. Nov. 20. 1**9. C. I>. EBY'. .Vo/irp to Creditors. To the Creditor* of Philip Xaeh, deed : Ail persons having claims or demands again* the above named decedent or his .-tatc. art hereby notified to present them to the tinder signed at hi* office in Charlestown. W Va or „r before the 2»th day of November, 1”*9, f-.i proof. Given under mv ham! tm* 2lst dav of Octo l>er. 1 ssO. ‘ -CLEON M< »ORK, Commissioner of Accounts. Oct. 23, li*eU—fit. Free Press fee. St.fi*. NOTICE! notice : xx yfi are the leader in Low Pri< c* and Heu< Quarters for Tinware To prove the fat to you we are sidling the beet Fruit Can in tin market, with a guarantee with every one. a the small price of 4U cents per <1 -zen. Ilopini vou will call before buying elsewhere, we are Y'ottr*. very trulv. September 5, '#9. C. I* EBY. to tm: t.i\-m\i\’/:rts OF JEFFERSON COUNTY. r|'H E Taxes for 1*^9 are not# doe and mu* 1 be paid, to enable niyarlt and deputies t< meet State dues and Couidy order* issued hi County Court at November term. A EBERT F. DAVIS Sheriff. Nov. 20, ia*9-3t. _____ _ II \tod for Salt, 0\K AND HICKORY WOOD by the Cor.l delivered at short notice f<>r CASH. M team will a iso be furnished to do ail kind* . Hauling at any time. Apply M> Mb Or able Barrett, or DR. W. F. LIPPJTT. JR. Nov. 20. !$<•— iaa. Charlestown. W Va. VJ.L person* Indebted to the ondersfjme will tind their accounts with C. Fran iiailaher and are requested to settle the sarjtt All accounts against me you will pre** him. GFFYNKJONL September ft, IMP. IT’S A QUESTION OF MONEY. What you buy is a question of money ; so is where you buy. At Hirsehman’s, no matter u hat you buy in Clothing, Shoes, Hats or Underwear, you pay considerably less for it than you do in any other store in town We lead everybody in Suits, Overcoats and Children’s Clothing. Why ? Because we man ufacture all our own goods, and in order to prove it to you, come and taste the pudding and that will convince you of the fact. For Extra large suits ours is the place to see the best assortment and to save money. Our Cloak Department is complete in all the leading styles that can be produced. In Childrens and Misses Coats we were never fixed so well. It s a question of money now with every buyer wnere to go and deal. We ad vise von all to come and see us as it *vill he money in}our pocket and, besides, show you the largest line to select from. Manufacturers of Clothing. Nov. 13. 1889. Those remarkable specimens of this “IRON AGE” are now on exhibition at the atore of BEALL & PHILLIPS, THE .IEEE. CO. HARDWARE MEN, They are twins and their great honor and distinction if* :n the fact that while in most cases twins are about one height, MIN is only the only the size of MAX S thumb. appear only at our store. While in public life they arc known ai “Maxy and Minny,” they are better known, however, among their many friend* a* “Jfluxim Mill AND “JtMiuhuwm Prices.” tor They are the world’s favorite*.-®! HSrEverybody take* delight it them -©a Come and see ‘‘The Twins” at the store of BE A- Li L& P HI ELI PS, The Jefferson County Hardware Men, Chailestown, W. \ a. July 1.8, 1S.S9. lIITUil BENEFIT LIFE IKSUB A’ CE COMPANY, of Newark, i> ew *) ersey. Assets January 1st, 1889, - - • $43,514,460.34. Paid Policy lloldere ill 45 years, - - $102,192,884.25. Over Thirty-six Million Dol’s Paid in Dividends to Policy Holders. THE MUTUAL BENEFIT hy it* just and liberal treatment of ALL it* member* dea*rv«a tha highest considc ration of all who desire the beat LIFE 03 ENDOWMENT tNSO’CEt ITS PERFECTED POLICY IS CLEAR. BRIEF. JUST AND LIBERAL. After second yearno restriction on residence or occupation. No Forfeiture in c*m* of Ij.p*e. I n* ti ranee coni limed until full value of imllcy is exhausted. Incontestable. Cash loan* made. iif. to $ of tlie reserve, Annual Dividends. No"Stockholder*. All |»r. Ii»* go to Policy holder* Amnuut that may be borrowed, and (.'ash Value in case of lapse stuted in the polity in plain figure*. the: f.iirest co,yti:»ict ever offeredt The pre-eminent superiortv of its Convertible polic- over all Tontine or Distribution polieie. is absolute In a 20-vear Tontine plan if assured should at 10 or 1ft years or any year, the lin e of the police only i* paid. In the Conversable if death occur* in ten. fifteen or anv year, the ucumiilutcd addition purchased by dividend* are added to the amount of the policy. A Guaranteed Cash Surrender Value is en . r-.d on the I'onvcr.ihle j.oli.y of the Mutual Benefit, payable on demand at any time after two annual premiums bane been paid The policy item. * amlv increasing in value, 'and is a delii ite guaranteed t ontra< t. No delusive r.*liniat> s. .0 hypothetical Illustrations, but a |«o*itivc *tut« nieiit of Actual l.’«-n!t* I here ia no chance for quibble or misunderstanding. I* furnishes tlie protection of life inMiratp r ** long as that pro. tection is desired, and guarantees a stipulated value liable in cash whenever cash it wanted. When a I ife police on 5 IQ 15 or VO Premium p'an be. .one- paid up it yield* an income .luring Ha lance of life, anil its full amount payable at death. The |« 'icy of the Mutual Benefit uieau* a dollar's worth of insurance for every dollar of premium paid. HENRY P. GODDARD, State Agent Maryland, District of Columbia and West Virginia. No. V, Holliday »t.. Bulto, M J. c. Ftt'I.YK a.IEE.IIIEK, Aug v> lku0. Local Agent. Charlestown. Jefferson County, Weat \ irginla. SUBSCRIBE KZ SAVE MONEY! o LOTmPOP CO- BOSTON. '/' « V, r x . w, 'l ROTH r & 3,55 V/IDE AWAKE 5.240^‘^jU l II V IF SUBSCRIBED FOR AT THIS OFFICE &2/feXS>t5 MA1/FMRFR PHTP TO NEW 3UIXMMI rowiK*WWt '’CVu4pCI\ U W[=j« WHO TAKt ADVANTAGE Of MU Iff UAL DECEMBER, I 1 U—I— omit kw otuittiiifiMTs. Town Ordinance. 4 DOFTRD I of t h«* Xl Town of Chari* Mown, Wert Virginia ' < j gu»t 19. ls*9: . It shall be unb-wful for any person or per* • j sons to in any way tamper with or damage any f tire ping or any part of the water svsu-m in = this town. Any one guilty of the aUivc of fence shall be lined not less than $10 00 or more than $'.£.00. one hall to go to the informer. GUsTAV BBOWK, Mayor. W. L. Hn»ES. Vecarder. August ’£*, 18*0. _ 1 )'/KK CIDER VIJ t I Ground spices for Pickling C. D. EBY. ! VTEW CHOP y%wX>rtean* Jfolayes for salt l jJS ftj <?D. EBY. Ui n vfpc *» 000 Per Year and Kx J 11/]’ 1 >7 pi-uaes i* *bat we .ira t>uvifiK- " ' Vka,’t 1<jW '‘,,'r•'au<, wil* W Sa,‘ gfv a,,,i LiUral (Vimmiiaion, from alart. A IUre 0|>|M>rturiitr for any man wanting a po sition as Local. Traveling or Ocneral A»cnl for a reliable Nursery tba guarantee* '** •*'K;*C A Jr°YicMANAMON .V MI FTCHKOHD Nunwym^H. R^Ii^tcr. N. Y. Eept. 19, ldaft-am.' Mention ihia paper. Bank Notice 1’IIE Fir-t National Bank of JefTrrXon at Cb»rleetown will be clueer* on Hiuraday, NtsTatn ivt 2d. ld!t>, ('