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August J. iS!*2. ^_ S|-E« lAfl.ES AN I* EYEGLASSES. OnrStoku. complete. Save yoar e^ves by >«"* our DIAMOND LEv.Krows Optician and Jeweler, Oct. 14. 1*U. Washington Stn-et. Doctors recommend l'abst’s Beer, l'abst’■ Milwaukee Beer is refreshing. Ask your dealer to send home a dozen l’abst’s Beer. 790,290 bbls. l’abst sold in 1891—that proves it the bnt. Pure, healthful, nourishing and refresh ing Pahst’s Beer. Kev. Dr. W. H. Meade preached in Zion Church on Sunday. Noted for its purity—nothing but hops and malt in l’abst’s Beer. < Jo to Light A Watson's for cheap and pure chemicals and drugs. Call at Light A Watson’s and examine their line of toilet articles. Ice cold soda water at Light & Watson’s; a;«o Bromo Caffene Soda for headache. J. C. .Mc<»raw, Harper’s Ferry, W. Ya., is -ole agent for Pabst’s Milwaukee Beer. Light A Watson are their own prescrip tion clerks and one or the other always in. Letters are advertised at Charleston for Mrs. Lewis Washington and Hite Watson 0 tor parasols, tans, niius, dciis, unuerwear, hosiery, Ac., see M. Paltubautn A Bro.’s stock. _ A fine, large lemon tree, now bearing, is offered for sale. For terms, etc., apply at this office. lust received by M. Palmbaum A Bro. new embroideries, new laces, ribbons, trim mings, Ac. I'almbaum’s is headquarters for linen g mU, bed spreads aud lace curtains. Their prices are o. k. The painting of the C. M. M. I. Co.’s of fice building, by Mr. Wm. A. Davis, has been completed. The Jefferson County Farmer’s Alliance will have a picnic at Shenandoah Junction during the present month. Wanted.—Old time mahogany furniture clocks, brasses, Ac. Address, John Treb i.IO,9 North Howard street, Baltimore. We are indebted to the compiler for a copy of Randall’s Busiuess Directory of Charles-Town and other towns in this vi cinity. __ At Palmbaum A Bro.’s you can find all kinds of dress goods and trimmings suita ble for the season—light in weight and light in price. Vs a beverage unsurpassed ; as a tonic unexcelled; as a nervine unapproachable, i, Pabst’s Beer. All dealers sell it or ought to. Mrs. Julia Sheetz, widow of the late Wm. Sheets, died Sunday at Shepherdstowu, af ter an illness of several weeks, aged about •iity-five years. Mr. Vernon N*. Simmons has located at Brunswick, M l., to practice law. He has the unanimous good wishes of the people if Cbarles-Town for his success. (irand excursion to Pen-Mar via N* A W. R. It, to the great Lutheran Reunion, Thursday, August 1th. Train passesCharles T 'vn at 9.44 a. m. Round trip #1.10. At the last meeting the County Alliance r- * m -ted al! the old officers, and chose Mr. John T. Janney as representative at the Bute Alliance at Clarksburg August 10. i’aitie Powers Priuce, aged 7 months, grandds .ghter of Rev. Pr. Wm. H. Meade, died in Uoaooke last week and the body "s* interred in Zion churchyard here on Saturday afternoon. Mr. J. It. McKlroy, who for a long time o -n corporation engineer and has done 'great deal of land surveying throughout 'he couoty, has been brought out by his '' 'ri-r.'U for the office of county sur vey r. "• H• ; phrevs’ Sj*ecific Manual, richly • -i 1 .n cl >*.h and gold, steel engraving of t r ill pages on the treatment of • "eases, mailed free on application. M •fflphreys* Medicine Co., Ill William &.*»w York. At a r uncil meeting Monday night, it t ierel that the election to determine uettion of issuing bonds by the town ** >r,ed till August l8th. The vote " " on the issue of 85,000 instead of at first proposed. * ** Iranf-es C. Tituberlake, relict of our ■K- v«r- ruble townsman, Richard Timber I Ted at her borne iu this place on 'r ' lay night U't, August 1st, at 9 o’clock V1 i 7 years. Her remains will be in* <t Middleway to day at 12 o’clock. ” H hardly n*-ces«ary for us to remark primary election, to determine who the lH-inocratic candidates for ’lfi'.v ’ 1 er«, sill be held on Saturday The polls will |>e oj>en from 1 p. m. ’’ sundown except at Harper’s Ferry, tie voting can b? done until 9 p. m. *n an accident u|«>n the Ohio River rail* 'Jruiny night of last week—a freight ‘n K > ng through a trestle and falling nto the stream below—the cngi f. 'Vm. \v m Beasley, of Parkersburg, I r resilient of this county and son-in* '** Hon. Chas. H. Knott, received in •s that resulted iu his death on Tuesday **8ht, Jnth. He was about 31 years of •gc Personal. Judge Faulkner was in town thin morning. Miss Grace Nolaud is visiting friends in ' Baltimore. Miss Lillian Archer, of Norfolk, is at | Capt. Flagg’s. Miss Nannie Bentley went to Washing ton yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Inskeep went to At lantic City Thursday. Mrs. l>r. Neill aud children went to Atlan tic City last Thursday. Miss Katie Rogers, of Washington City, is visiting Miss Jessie Logie. Mias Lucy Bentley is visiting Miss Vir ginia Lucas at "Rion Hall.” Miss Maud Lipscomb is visiting Misa Anna Wvattat Shaunoudale. Misses Agnes and Nellie Phillips are on a visit to friend* in P>altim©re. Mrs. Luke C Strider, of Washington, is visiting her sisters in this town. M iss Marie Lee Kvans, of Florence, 8. C., is visiting Misa Christine Chew. Miss Go ■*’<* Russell left for her homo in Wumloiuta, Virginia, on Tuesday. Rev. Isaac Gibson, of Norristown, Pa., is on a visit to friends in the county. Mrs. Rev. H. P. Hainill is in attendance upon Wesley Grove camp meeting. Master Adgate Lipscomb, of Washington City, is at Mr. C. Horace Gallaher’s. Mr. Ran. Flagg, of Charlotte, N. C., is visiting his father, Capt. Geo. H. Flagg. Mr. Joseph Trapnell and son, White, have gone to spend a month at Nantucket. Miss Anna A. Gallaher, of Washington City, is visiting her brothers at “Mt. Parvo.” Herbert Johnson, uow of Radford, \ a., is speudiug a few days among his friends here. Mr. Nicholas Brice, a Philadelphia bank er, and daughter, Nellie, are at "Claymont Court.” Miss Rebecca Kennedy, of Cbarles-Town, is visiting the Misses Colston.—Afartimburg Statesman. Miss (.trace Weller, of Lewistowu, Md., is visiting Mi.-v.es Florence and (lussie Wel ler, in this place. Miss McLaughlin, of New York, and Miss Lillian Sdar, of Texas, are visiting Miss Virginia Lucas. Hon. Wm. L. Wilson came up from Washington on Saturday night to spend the Sabbath with his family. Miss A. V. Wilson will leave “Mt. Parvo” to-day for Mexico. She will be accompa nied by Miss Mattie V. Dorsey. Miss Coriune Kercbeval, of Berryville, Va., is visitiug the family of Mr. Charles H. Conklyn, at ‘‘Suuuyside,” near town. The Baltimore Sun says that Prof. A. W. Hawks, the humorist, has gone to Texas, where he will fill a week’s engagement at Weatherford. Mr. Win. (?. Russell, of Woodstock, Va., a representative of the house of Slinglull, Johns & Co., Baltimore, was iu town tor a few hours on Saturday. Misses Lelia and Maggie Schaeffer, of Montgomery county, Md., are visiting Miss es Eliza, Minnie and Keightley Timberlake, and friends in the county. We understand that Misses Mavma and Maria Moore will leave for Kentucky to morrow for a visit to Mrs. Catesby Wood ford and Miss Naunie Clay. Shepherdstown was in danger of being destroyed by fire Monday evening of last week. The blaze began on "Fire alley," the scene of innumerable conflagrations.— Four stables burned, and other buildings in the vicinity were burning and were saved with difficulty ; and firemen and citizens had all they could do to keep the flames from spreading. The serious danger, ac cording to the Rcgitt'r, was from the nut lions of sparks which were blown northward over the business part of tho town, and from the shingle roofs that were made like tinder by the hot, dry weather of two weeks. Sev eral houses were on fire besides the buildings destroyed. The live stock and vehicles in the stables were saved. I'art of the prop erty was insured. There is no cluo to the origin of the tire. The Combination Folding Bath Tub If ith Water Heater Attachment. i The latest thing out in hath tubs. An ornament to any room. Can use oil, gas or gasoline. The expense of building hath rooms done away with. For sale by G. E. Bwn This community was shocked Ihursday morning when it was known that Miss Em ma Smootz had died at an early hour that morning. Miss Smootz was sick for about two weeks with inflammation of the bowels, but with the tender and loving care of those around her, hopes of her recovery were en tortained. With her nervous system com i rdetclv shocked, caused by the act of bet I brother Harry, it is not summing that Mis. ! Smootz succumbed to disease. She was .b*u, 4-. ye*r» oW, f»“' bm'r a„d two sister, to mourn her loaa.-Shep [ herdstOH-u Remitter. \\ H F-ym.n, welUnd favorably knowr in Shepherdstown, and a native of tbal place, but for many years a resident of j York, and one of the proprietors of Grand Cental Hotel, died suddenly Mindaj afternoon of apoplexy-aged fifty two. Hi ,vas a life l‘>ng Republican and a brothel , (>f Postmaster Ja«»» Fa>u,au- of **** i herdstown. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov t Report ABSOLUTELY PURE .4 Card. To the Democratic Voters of Jefferson County: Some of my Iriends in various sections of of the county have informed me that a re port has been industriously circulated to the effect that I do uot propose to serve as I Deputy under J. Oarlaud Hurst if he is elected Sheriff, but that I will withdraw in favor of some one else after the primary election is over. The author of this report I have not been able to discover. The mo tive iu its circulation is very apparent, and that is to injure me before the people of the county. I take this opportunity to say to j all my friends and the people generally that this report is entirely unfounded; and \ that if Mr. Hurst is elected Sheriff I shall qualify as one of his Deputies, and propose to perform the duties of that office to the best of my ability, and with strict regard to my oath of office during the whole term. I am a candidate for it because I need it, and therefore earnestly ask the support of all my friends. R. A. Alexander. Advertisement. Editor of Free l*ress : Publish the follow ing card of Mr. R. A. Alexander. Voter. MR. n. A. ALEXANDER’S RESIGNATION. Chari.es-Town, Jan. 2<i, 1S91. To the Hon. County Court of Jefferson 1 County—I take the opportunity of tender- ; ing to you my resignation as one of the As- i sessors of Jefferson county. In doing so permit me to say to you, and through you to the people of my native county, that I have been constrained to resisrn mv office, not through auy want of appreciation of the honor confered upon ine by their kind aud cordial support in several elections, but be ' cause I have deemed it due to tho best in I terests of those dependent upon me to de vote my time to private business. I have found that in retaining thisofficol would be compelled to a great extent to neglect my persoua! affairs in order to conscien tiously and fully discharge the duties that appertaiu to it, and believing that no one Bhould accept an elective office from the hands of his fellow-citizens who docs not mean to discharge his whole duty, and ifj necessary dovote his whole time thereto, and finding that impossible without the sacrifice • of the best interests of those dependent up on my efforts, I have concluded to resign the trust with which I have been houored. To the good people of the county with , whom my official relations have been bo pleasant, and who have so cheerfully and steadfastly supported me in the past when ever a candidate, I shall ever be grateful, > and my chief regret in retiring from office i is that I shall no longer have those dutias to perform that will take me yearly into all their hospitable homes. Respectfully yours, K. A. Alexander. School Motive. The Charles-Town Academy will open September 8th. After August 1st the new Principal (Dr. 11. K. Meade) will he pleas ed to sec all parents or guardians wishing to enter pupils. He can then he seen at the offices of Mr. Cleou Moore or Mr. Trap nell. Mr. Wright Denuv, who has had a markedly successful experience, has been engaged as Assistant. R. K. Meade, Principal. -♦ -- Free Eye Examination. Prof. Samuel S. Little, the Graduate and reliable Optician of Cumberland, Md., will visit Charles Town again August 5 and fi, at Dr. Davis’s dental office. Persons who have headache, or whose eyes are causing them discomfort, should cousult Prof. Little, « tbpv will receive intelligent and skill ed attention; no charge to examine your Eyes. Every pair of glasses ordered is guaranteed to be satisfactory. The dedication of the Randolph-Macon Academy building at Front Royal, '\ a., will take place on Friday next, oth instant. The B. & O. R. R. will sell round trip tick ets on that day, over regular trains, at half rates, from Harper’s F'erry and Staunton and intermediate stations to Strasburg, to connect both going-and returning with the academy’s special trains for Front Royal. The ceremonies incident to this dedication will be of uncommon interest. Many dis tinguished persons will be present. Though the names of Hon. B. D. Gibson and F. \V. Brown, Esq., were not presented to the State Convention for the nomination for attorney-general, both were favorably spoken of in that connection, and, but for geographical considerations, one or the other would probably have been chosen. Nominees for auditor, supreme court judge and elector-at-large are from this congres sional district, and more could not have been expected. Arthur Cline, of this place, a son of Mrs. William Cline and a brakcman on the B. & 0., was run over by a train which he was attempting to board at Harper’s Ferry early on Sunday morning, July 2Uh, and died from the injuries received a few hours after the accident. The deceased was 27 years of age. —Mnrtin-*burq Statesman. Rev. l>r. A. C. Hopkins left on Monday for a preaching tour in Grant county, by appointment of the Presbytery, and will be absent two weeks. No preaching in the Presbyterian Church, Charles-Tewn, next Sunday. Curing the dog-day season, the drain of nervous and vital euergy may be counter acted by the useof Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. In purifying the blood, it acts as a superb cor rective and tonic, and enables the system to l defy malaria aud other climatic inlluences. — The speech in which the Hon. \V. L. Wilson, of West Virginia, notified Mr. Cleveland of his nomination, like many former efforts of that gentleman, was an ex ceedingly happy one. Mr. Wilson’s style is clear and strong, and exhibits many fe licities of expression which causes his words to linger in the memory. The task which was assigned him for last night could not have been committed to a worth ier representative of the party.—Louisville Courier-Journal. George K. Sistare, of the suspended firm of George K. Sistnre’s Sons, of 1G Broad street, New York, committed suicide Thurs day at tlij Manhattan Club-house, on Fifth avenue. The firm failed in May, 1890, lor nearly $1,500,000, and since then there have been grave disclosures in regard to the financial methods of the members of the firm. The board of trustees of the Union Theo logical Seminary at Hampdon Sidney have elected Rev. Dr. Peyton H. Hoge, of Wil mington, N. C., to the vacant chair of “The English Bible and Pastoral Theology” in the seminary. The new professor is a nephew of the Rev. Dr. Moses D. Hoge, of Richmond. ■--♦ —■ — As an after-dinner pill, to strengthen the stomach, assist digestion, and correct any bilious tendencies, Ayer’s Pills arc con sidered the best. Being sugar-coated, they are as agreeable as any confection, and may be taken by the most delicate. The three colored men who murdered Mr. Young on the street in Washington recently have been caught and one of them has con fessed, implicating the the others. -♦ -- A warrant has been issued for H. 0. Frick, at the instance of the Amalgamated Association, on the charge of murder. Cam m'8 Emulsion Will positively arrest Consumption if used in tiuie, cures Scrofula, Glandular Swellings, Rheumatism, Bronchitis and other Lung diseases. It is composed of the purest Nor wegian Cod Liver Oil, combined with the Hypophosphites of Lime and boda with Iron, and is freely prescribed by the .Medi cal taculty throughout this country and in Europe. Dr. C. J. Murray, of Univ. Berlin, Prus sia, says: After a careful test of Camm’s Emulsion I indorse all you claim for it, and will always use it in my practice. __ Surgeon J. A. Tanner, U. 8. Navy, Bos ton, Mass., says: Camm’s Emulsion is the best combination with which I am acquaint ed, and my experience with it has been very favorable. Surgeon J. J. Robertson, U. S. Army, Arizona, says: Camm’s Emulsion is the greatest combination of medicines ever got ten up. It never fails me. Dr. S. C. Gleaves, ex-President Ya. Med ical Association, says: I believe Camm’s Emulsion is the best preparation known for pulmonary diseases. Send for Circular. j For sale by all druggists. Manufactured only by E. A. CltAlflHH.L & Co., Whole sale Druggists, Lynchburg, Ya. Have you heard of our great reductions in men’s strictly fine dress trousers ? Never in the history of the clothing trade of this valley have such inducements in men’s trousers been offered. It is our desire to not carrv over a single pair of light-colored trousers" and if the past days are an evi dence of what we will do in the next few weeks, we can safely suy that we will not carry over a single pair. We advise you to call early. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. A Granc\ Success !—Our great reduction sale of men’s, boys’and children’s fine suits. When you regard" the quality, style and fin ish of the suits, it is no surprise that this sale is a grand success and surpasses any thing of the kind ever attempted by us.— It costs nothing to inspect and you will not be importuned to buy. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. Feather-light summer coats in mohair, seersuckers, outing clotn anu uiack aipaca, at half price. .. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. Straw hats for men, boys and children reduced one-half of the original cost. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. Clearing our sale of men’s outing cloth shirts. Men’s sateens and flannel shirts at a great sacrifice. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. Five hundred pair odd knee pants at 25c. 50c. and 75c. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. Special bargains in men’s and boys’straw hats. Every one will be sold at half of for mer price. , _ S. D. Hirschman Co. Our popular low prices for our fine cloth ing this past season left us with a good many one of a kind. It will be to your interest to come and look over our stock. I’rices will induce you to buy. S. D. Hirschman « Co. Summer dress goods of all kinds ha\e been greatly reduced. The past season has been a busy one in our millinery department. What is left will be sold for half of former price. . _ S. D. Hirschman & Co. Our stock of men’s night shirts is large. All sizes cheaper than you can make them. Low shoes of all kinds have been reduced to close out. „ _ S. D. Hirschman Co. Great closing sale of parasols. In mat ting we will ofTer you the greatest bargains ever heard of. Our entire stock will be of fered at reduced prices. We have a lot of boys’ knee nant- which we offer you at the ■ low price of l- o. a pair to close out. 8.1). Hirschman &Co. Souvenir spoons of Charles-Towu, with John Brown’s scaffold, also the straight Charlea-Town spoon, at Brown s, the jew Our ease of trial lenses is a helper and saves money for the wearer of spectacles.— Consult Brown, the optician ; be will cx ; plain. C. W. Brown, the optician and jeweler can always be found at 12 W. W ashington St., w ith a complete line of optical good* We have added a trial set of len-es by whicb we are euabled to fit your eyes while yoi wait, properly and comfortably, or no charge GREAT REDUCTIONS OF MEN’S, BOYS’ AND CHILDRENS TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING BEGINNING JULY 15. We will place on sale every suit of Cas simere, Tweed, Black and fancy Cheviot, Worsteds, Diagonal and Corkscrew that is confined within the four walls of our Busi ness House at a great reduction. Do you intend purchasing a suit for yourself, or boy, or child? II so, this (treat !?ale is an opportunity you should not let pass by.— Owing to our large preparation forthecom ing season we are compelled to have every inch of space in our building, hence the greatest reduction in Clothing ever made in this town. A call will convence you of this fact. WILLIAM KAHST, LEADING CLOTHIER, SADLER BUILDING. July 20, 1892. Proposals Wanted. Proposals will be received up to 12 o'clock, noon, Thursday, August 11, 1892, at the store of the undersigned in Charles-Town, W. \n., (where specifications will be found,) for fur nishing material and erecting a FRAME SCHOOL-HOUSE, near ressdence of Mr. Goo. W. Moore, in Charles-Town District. Building to he completed and turned over by the 15th of September, 1892. Specification! not to he removed, and privilege reserved of rejecting any or all bids. 8.8. DALGARN, Committee. Aug. 3,1892 -2t. _ For Sale. Four Horses—two of them Bay Mares— either riding or driving. TIj- >e mares arc of tancy breed and one good and elegant for fox hunting or hurdle racing, and one a good roadster ami brood mare. One large 5-year-old work horse—will work any place—and one 5-year-old, hv old Romney. For terms, etc., 3dp.ra Box 193. F. B. SOUDERS. May. 18, 1892. _ Ice ! Ice ! ti.a n.wWwi.rmnl bavin? taken the Ice Houses north of town heretofore utilized by Mr. Thos. Frazier, will supply Ice gathered on the stream above the town and can recommend it as free from impurities. Will deliver Ice on reason »>'" le™s “''’"‘'“"iSJt BURNS. April 27,1802-3m. _ WUWTBn 4 GOOD WOMAN FOR C9OK and general housework in small family. Good wages will be paid. Must come well recommended. While preferred. Ajjplv to^^ Rattling Spring. June 1,1602. Harper s Ferry, W. Va. in it 0 Just Received. 1 have just received a nice supnlv oft atsup, Mustard and Horseradish. Also Haydens Easter Dyes,—four colors for 5 cents. * W. S. MERCHANT. April 18,1803. To Owners <>f Stock. The Town Council have ordered a rigid en forcement of the ordinance against permitting horses, cows, hogs, goats, etc., to run at large in Charles-Town, and all parties are hereby warned against a violation of this ordinance. GUSTAV BROW N, June 15,18t»2. Mayor. Mayor's Notice. All owners or occupants of property in Charles-Town are hereby notified to clean up their premises—cellars, bog pens, slaughter bournes, yards, alleys, Ac., as an inspector will Iw around to inspect the same at an early day. GUSTAV BROW N. Mayor. Notice. Notice is hereby given that 1 will pay 1,0 debts unless conirailed by myself or by my order from this date-Jane Susquehanna Soluble Bone Phosphate, Am moniated Bone Phosphate a- d WV Bone Phosphate for sale by July 20, ’U2. REED, LONG .. MANNING, SPECIAL! -:-o-: Our entire stork of SUMMER GOODS, DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING, Must be Sotd before the season closes. Come anti see the great Bargains. simiM. _ GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE AT The Cash Store. ■ ■ ' ALL GOODS REDUCED IN PRICE. _ ■ Summer goods must go. The prices are marked way down to close out. Alillincrv, |»»r asols, slippers, fine French ginghams, China and India silks plain and striped, all ail* black grenadines, black organdies, wool dress goods, mattings, rugs, etc. Call early; we have some real bargains for you. Yours truly, BURNS & SHUCERT. HENRY DU MM Is now in now in the occupancy of his NEW STORE ROOM on the corner of Washington and West streets. The former "Kearsley” dwelling has been converted into a commodious and handsome store room, and will have Ice Cream l'arlor at tachment, etc. The stock of everything best in CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, CAKES, FANCY NOTIONS AND TOYS will be enlarged, and frequent accessions thereto be made. The Bakery Accommodations will be ample and equipped far Iteyond anything in the pxst in my conduct of the business. 1 will strive to meet tlfc needs of families or individuals. Orders will be promptly attended to. Henry Dumm. April 27,1202. _ dLmmojtbs, g oli>, S1L VER, SIL VER PL A TE, JE WELR Y. OARRIAG0 FAILURE ? Most people want to try it, however, and that is what we want them to do with our large stock of goods, We have decided to allow 10 per rent, rebate on all spoons sold in the next 15 days, and engrave them free of charge. Will also allow you 80 cents per ounce for old silver. If your supply needs replenishing it will be to your advantage to purchase before April 13th. Our SPRING STYLES arc now arriving in Watches, Rings and Silverware. Soliciting jour favors, C. W. BROWN, March 30,1892. __ JBW1LSB ASD01TICTAS. Ari OLD STORY Green time is a time *-f tr als an.! tr;! il lations for the sm..:i Ivy. LIGHTNING Straightens such difficulties} at once. I HOT When sweetened, Children Ukc it. A Panacea for Externa! an^ Internal Use* Cures Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Flux and Dysentery, Insect Bites, Sprains, Toothache, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Burns, Swellings, Bruises, Cuts,and all painful affections. Price 25 & 50c. a bottle. No Relief—No Pay. Keep it in the house for a time of med. For sale by all Medicine Dealers. HERB A\EDICIME CO., Weston, W. Va. POWELL’S PURE $12.00 a ton This article I* sometime* called I^IQQOI f'aah. Including bog* In carload IliMolvril Itork -If Potash is UIuOULiLU lot* of I" tons or o vit, l.-aa uuaii tit li* |II.Vu per t ■ ii. no■ hi at rial: :' -.*1. wlr. ' AAII It drayage. Pawrll'* involved .toflboroogbmixing. I ry VII H M.I'.BoarI*generally conceded and In nr WWW II to ba the beat made. liptM ft! A UiialntbeHtatc* wu« r* It Umoat SaJoaUon In Pa. JMJ9 per ton. pAAfl k|A largely *old the A*rtrul.ur.r owelP.t.reea Bm. Wl »** |jH||U HH Krpertment Huiloo. give It the nr. following laine*: complete Fertilizer* for Wheat SAMP p,r 4?n’ Y"' ' V;*"4'* }. „ and lira**. Full Information Kj UIIC, a bleb la from fioo to t" about freight rate*. ton greater than other bramta. A pamphlet on Wheat and Or*** hy twelve hading ngrirultortrf* mailed free on receipt OX UiTCC *<XUt burnt*. Private formulas. Alliance, lirange. and Fanners'Clubs order*, manufactured spedallv without extra charge. I., f. n/Mtiri i »- rn cimicil rcumizcit ■anuracTuittM iwnm W. S. FOWLLL %x Lv., Ii runt III Ittn kniiiilii CtMkili. •**)•>» 202 to 219 Ikmlj's Wharf, UALTlXOliL, XU. »• «» •« IwlUltlM