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W. IT. B. G.4JLL.4HBB, Editor._ ChorUotoum.Jeffrroon County. Wool Tm. July t9, 1893. The World’s Fair directors have decided to close the gates on Sundays hereafter—not on high moral grounds but because it does not pay to keep them open. The fellow-feeling that ought to wist be tween two eminent sutesmen-out-of-a-job doesn’t seem to make John James Ingalls and Whitelaw Reid wondrous kind to each other. _____ - SS0> » ■ 1 The San Flan cisco Examiner offers $2o for the moet reasonable and ingenious theo ry of the Borden murder. But the moet ingenious theory isn’t always the most rea sonable. ^ _ Rev. C. Herbert Richardson preached Sunday night in Monumeut Street Metho dist Episcopal Church on "Shams, says the Baltimore Sun. reckou he unbosomed himself. Hon. Hoke Smith has been made an LL.D by the Agricultural College of Flor ida. That’s cultivating the “powers that be.” The Land Office is under his Secre taryship. __ Gov. MacCorkle and ten members of bis stafl were at Berkeley Springs last week.— The baths were not discolored by such a clever representation of West \ irginia Democracy. If the World’s Fair does nothing more than it has already done by way of demon strating the reverence of the American peo ple for the Sabbath day, it will go down in to history as a success. The steamship Spree from Bremen has just landed sixteen profeasors, who will visit a. on the Surec to familiarize themselves beforehand with Chicago modes of life. We see the suggestion in our exchange* that President Cleveland, having a vacancy on the Supreme Bench to fill, may “follow the example of President Harrison in ap pointing a Democrat. W e feel almost •ure that he will do that very thing. The Republicans ueed not congratulate themselves o'ermuch because Mr. t levelaud had a tooth drawn. He has a few more left, and he will demonstrate that fact when he gets back to Washington aud bites the red tape from some packages of applica tions for office that have been tiled duriug his vacation. Aud the way he will jump with both feet ou some unworthy office holders will be proof that the rheuinatiz is a thing of the past. - --«•> -- The Free Pres* wants Judge K. B. Faulkner to fill the vacancy caused by death, in the United States Supreme Court. He is a good man, and were it not for one thing, we would throw up both hands and yell, Faulkner !! but we shall in the sweet by and by have a case before that august “sleepy” body, and Judge Faulkner might “awake” the “duffers” and suataiu his previous act.—Pione<r /Vrw. Lawyer Clifford must have a very ques tionable case if he is unwilling to have “a good man” to sit in judgment upon it.— Besides, Lawyer Clifford ought to know that it is not customary for Judges to sit in cases appealed Irom them. ■ ♦ ♦ ♦ Judge Faulkner, of Berkeley county, is an excellent judge. An excellent judge would make an excellent governor.—Shep SmUtovcn Rrgiiter. The above statement is a patent fact. The West Virginia Ifemocrata entered theii caveat when they nominated Judge Fleming for governor, and we had a model governor. We will not say that Judge Faulkner will be au Improvement, but he would come up to all the specifications for a first-class ex ecutive of a first-class State. But Mr. Cleveland may demand his services in some important function long before we are ready to release him from the Judgeship of the lorn virwuib. It is understood that fHuart W. Walkei will contest with Hon. Win. L. Wilson foi the congressional nomination in the Sec ond district uext year.— l\irk'rtburg Stnti net. No mau has succeeded Heury (.’lay as the representative of the Ashland district thal haa not been especially mentioned a» the successor of the great Kentuckian. And il ia a noble ambition in the breast ot any young man in this district some day to be kuown as the successor of Hon. Win. L Wilson We do not believe it has entered the mind of Hon. Stuart \V. Walker, 01 any other man in the Democratic party ol this district, to “contest” with Hou. Win L. Wilson for the nomination for Congress It is not to the discredit of Mr. Walker tc aspire to the place when vacated by Mr Wilson. ♦ Referring to an editorial in l**t week's issut the Charlestown Frtt Frn» has the following to say Editor Clifford has failed iu his enumera tion to mention that John Brown's first vic tim at Harper’s Ferry was an industrious, in offensive colored man. If Moses and Hanni bal and Cleopatra were negroes because they were natives of Africa, what is Editor Clifford because he was born in America—a red Indian No, we are a mixture of Indian white and Negro. It is a self-evident fact—much as1 and are tour, and we are the best type of an American, opposed to anarehy. lynchlaw, race discrimination, loyal to the flag and a lover of the country over which it floats. Will Ed itor Gallaher tell us what right he has to u*« “ Afro-American.” Is it not a misnomer * As to that “ industrious, inoffensive colored man” we rather take sides with John Brown i. e. if Brown considered him offensive enough to be killed, we have no fault to find.—Fhmtti Prts*. What a mongrel mix ' It ought to militaU against Editor Clifford's posing as a Negro witl) a big N. He does himself injustice, claiming to be “an American, opposed to anarchy lynch law.” etc., by approving John Brown It is rather unsafe to say that any man may arrogate to himself the right to kill because he has it in his mind that a man is “offensive enough to be killed.” His killing of Hay ward Shepard was an unprovoked murder, and Ed itor Clifford is the only mau. to oar knowl edge, who ha* had the temerity to publicly approve it. This justifies us in the belief that he is. what he claims to be. part Indian,— therefore an Afro-American. The term Afro AjLueri.au has boon much used by Editor Clif fcrd. i Ex-Senator Ingalls and ex-Minister Reid hare each other by the goatee, to the indnite diversion of the American people. Ingalls began it. In one of those spicy and lucra tive syndicate newspaper articles whereby the iridescent Kansan relieves his overflow | ing genius and obtains bis bread since bis j involuntary retirement from the halls of I legislation, he has just reviewed Editor ! Reid’s late candidacy for the vice-presiden cy, describing Mr. Reid himself as uxori ous” and "an aristocrat,” criticizing his dress aud manners, aud making reference to bis difficulties with union printers and his I supercilious insults to laboring men. Ihe ex-candidate being interviewed pleads va riously to the different indictments, conclu ding, in response to the charge of aristoc racy,” etc., with the following lauguage— not so choice, perhaps, as the barbed phrases of the ex-Senator, but spirited aud, in its way, eloquent: “The rest of Mr. Ingalls’complaint seems to be that in other particulars also I act l'ke a gentleman. Well, out in Kausas they did not bring that accusation against him. And yet, whea be was last a candidate, al though he abaudoned his supposed princi ples and crawled in the dirt before them, Mrs. Lease and Mr. Peffer thrust him into the gutter. He has been lying there ever since, spouting mud and bad language. “What can be bis motive for the attack . pursued the reporter. “How do I kuow ; and what's the good of guessiug? He seems to lack employ ment since he was tbrowu out of office holding, and I suppose the mau must make a living by lecturing or writing for the syn dicates.” #> The Washington correspondent of the Alexandria Gtuette last Thursday wrote: “Senator Faulkuer, of West Virgiuia, is here to-day. Ho says he has no doubt the Sherman silver bill will be repealed at the I coming session of Congress and that, too, without much delay, as the knowledge that more than one hundred million ounces of silver bullion are now stored in the Treas urv and are being added to at the rate of four million aud a-half a month, the whole of which may be thrown upon the market at once, aud thus make silver comparative ly valueless, is sufficient of itself alone to induce eveu the most pronounced silver men to vote for the repeal. He says the rules of the last House will, if readopted, enable the friends of the repeal to effect their object without further change. Mr. Faulkner also says the tariff bill should by all means be taken up at the coming session, and that if the ways and menus committee have such a bill prepared by the time the vote on the silver bill be reached, there will be no recess but that Congress will proceed to cousider and pass it at once, so that the people cau judge of its practical effects be fore the next congressional election, which otherwise they would he unable to do.” Martlnsbury Matters. From the ‘Sttitfiinua. An infant child of liev. and Mrs. Charles Stribliug died at Berryville, Va., aud was brought here for interment on Monday last. The dedication of the new Presbyterian Church at (Jerardstowu, which was to have occurred July 16th, has been postponed un til August 13th. Mr. Clintou Mendenhall, an aged citizen, died at his home on Burke street on Mon day last. July 10, aged about 6o years. Miss Alice Barnhart, second daughter of Capt. and Mrs. H. F. Barnhart, died at the residence of her uncle, R. S. M. Hoffman, in Shepherdstown, on Iuesdav evening of last week, aged 13 years. Died at his home in Point Pleasant, 'V. Va., ou July 7th, Mr. Byron Hogg, from injuries received by being thrown from bis buggy a few days before. He was the room mate of Mr. Braxtou Davenport, ol this place, while at the West Virginia Uuiver aitv. His mauy col lege-mates in this couu ty, as well as all over the State, will regret very much to hear of his death. He was a bright and agreeable companion, and much auunreu vy an wuv Mr. A. S. Daudridge returned last week from his trip to Camden-on-Uauley, enthu siastic over the pleasure he experienced.— He says that Senator Camden is going to make that great wilderness blossom as tbe rose by meaus of tbe railroads aud tbe man ufacturing enterprises to be developed there. Already much has beeu done, but still there’s more to follow. Mr. Daudridge says that Senator Camden’s entertainment of his friends was superb.—Sfvpherthtoun Rryitter. The July Wide Aicake has a variety of contents, interesting and instructive to child-readers, as indicated by some of the titles: In Haying Time; The Strategy of tbe Siahs The American Coracle; The Bang-Whaoger; An Old Spanish Town; Oue Little Pioneer; With the Lady of the Lake; Out-of-door Gymnastics; In the Lookout with Columbus; Jo’s Hunt and the Game, etc., etc. Profusely illustrated. D. Lothrop Co., Boston. A curious antithetic used in China has recently been made kuown. It is obtained by placing a frog in a jar of dour and irri tating it by prodding. Uuder these circum stances it exudes a liquid which forms a paste with the dour. This paste, wheu dis solved iu water, has well-marked ansesthetic properties. After the finger has been im mersed in the liquid for a few minutes it cau be cut to the bone wilbout auv pain being felt. The Moorefield Examiner has found veut for a good deal of suppressed wrath and in dignation as follows and, doubtless, feels better: “At last, after much worry and a good deal of cussing, the miserable skunk who has been mixing our mails up for the last four years has been removed and the office will again pass into decent hands, and it is hoped that our people will never be cursed with such a conglomerate mass of jrrors and ignorance again.” I'm: Frkk Pri ss suggests Judge Faulk ner for the vacancy in the Supreme Court of the United States. It would never do to put such a live, energetic man on that bench. He'd keep all those old duller* iwabe.—herdtioicn Refute-. Rousa Auction Trade Journal. Xperience is an xpensive lesson tn time and money—but evry one who starts in busines ideas must go thru the gauntlet, and not one of a hundred escape unscathed. Most are cripled for life—bav no pluk to try it over agen and then the bread and meet salery is good enuf for the kings that have uo bition. Tha eat and sleep like the tramp and bother little with the wear aud tear, the svret and swear of the employer — Tha get as much out of the hard, short life as the Boss, aud thats al tha care for. The cold world loox at him suspicious and pitiles as tho he had cum from State Prison, and he wants to get out of range of the abuse and slander of the scavenger. But to the unhappy unfortionate into whos vitals am bition has fastened its fangs—to the ruf but geuuiu diatnoud of genius whos hopes uever dy, aud the bundle of pluck and nerv and sand who faces fate unflinchingly, lookiug backward or up in the blue dome, never— to such as thes, xperience simply sharpens the aspiration for great records and solid triumf. Thes costly lessous always oblite* rate irresolution aud plant in the brain that heroic stuf that was the lever that lifted the Liliputisns from the ruins of Church street to the Babel of Broadway—fools call it luck, piety the Lord ; al the same, it was simply the four titanic leters of the English tung —I will. The fellow loded to the brim with this metal finds it a plesur to say to his old time friends who always go trust, “Too busy with cash trade, no time to talk, I’ve buried the Ledger,” and when the ne gotiable uote fiend butonholes him for his autograf he answers in that other leviathan of the Kuglish language of two leters—No. I always want the first chance at the young beginer just starting out into the mysteries aud masteries of mercantile life, to show him how esy.quik aud solid the rite road under the “modern methods” of which this author is the original advocate. I wil start the comercial conscript upon a system that 91* out of a 100 means suostanuai suc cess from the very jump. The first day’s work wil iuspire the impatient aspirant with that self confidence that conquers al things and coins into reality that which the old regular had always blievd iinpossibl.— At the end of his first day’s magnificent work, instead of being tired to deth, he was unable to sleep, and la iu xtacy of tbaut ol tbe briliant future that bad so suddenly opened up befor him. Dout, fear and an xiety bad given wa to the thrill and throb of ambition. Where he had hesitated about risking al he had in the world, where ther was so much competition, "hard times” and ‘‘tile tootin,” now he felt like a Koval Bengal Tiger, master of the situation—in faot, felt as if sum real competition wudnt be a hard thing to keep him up to his per fect filing pitch. The truth is lie realized the importance of the oldtimer as a jaw smashing advertisement to properly place his merits befor the peple as an uncompro mising, uncondition Raqueter of the twen ty-five per cent, creed. He was nobody da before yesterday, toda everyone is teling ol the cyclone that had swept almost al he had from the shelves into the money drawer with such a day’s start U ma safely bet yoi dear life that the nu beginer wud rathei handle ded polka than that destroyer o: ability and ambition—The Infernal ledger I am spekiug now of the 99. He thaul he had captured the cuntry (and so he bud and determined to make mor money and get rich faster by piling on a litle moi profit; instead of dropping to 20 he jumped to 30 per cent. In his selfish greed ot ste per percentage he lost site ol thes two vita, salients, great agregations and big adver tisements. The first fatal step. The tem tation of a big round profit often induced him to scratch it down iu a memorandun: book, which finaly got ful and he was obliged to have a Ledger. Then the drum er with bis trunx, pluhras and cigars, wit! his regular goods (no auction trash or sto leu plunder) ou old time terms and travel ing xpenses with 10 per cent, commissiot put iu bis titan strokes; befor be knu it b< was an old-timer of the tufcst creed. Th< peple had forgoteu him. His stock w& lockt up in that book that never gives bak In the meanwhile a real represeutaliv of tin Uouss System had swept him along witl other ded lumbr and chaf clear oft' the fact oftheerth. One in a while he lookt bat with unavailing regrets only to thiuk wlia he “mite hav ben” had be followed lh< strait lines of the tru system. Iu6ted ot i genuin diamond he was simply acounterfit In thes monthlies are the plain, simph and ouest rules that U may becum a pros perus aud pupular merchant erly iu lift and not a broken down failure at thirty flateued out at forty (as the riter was it Church street), aud in the seer and yellow leaf of autumn turned out to “root hog 01 die-” Walk dow n Broadway any da and U wi meet thes genial, high-minded and great harted mercantile wrecks who had at on< time of life ben up in the lofty altitudes had staked their life, bad bet and lost tbeii fortune on the dream book of King Credil agenst that other card that will buy th< world—The Almighty Dollar. Unles T meet and answer thes vita issues now tba will face U da after da it after life when time has blunted the enthu siasm of to*day and the Ledger has para lyzed the ambition that had one set tbc brain afire. The comercial Waterloo shuc be faut before 40, not after, aud yet inosl men put it oft'until Autumn—in the fifties aud sixties To the writer it came first al 24, agen at 80, the last at 40. About ont in a huudred survives the first defeat, one in a thousand the repetition aud not moi than two out ot a million liv thru the third —of thes 1 recall Macy, the other was the defeated Confederate who walked from the humiliation ol Appomattox (losing one year iu the cornfield) to the Metropolis I of America. The hosts who hav one fallen in their desperate strugle in a hopeles aud lukless caus realize thes truths too late to rally for another ( nterprist-, and this riter, who spent the r >i -. prime of life in courting thes risk- od of flanking them, would feel iprou ;t wer p.'ssible to drive thes real itles into your brain now and lave the long, hard years of mental torture and remora that ar sure to folo Our atractive tempt®**008 for midsummer plead with the reder in no uncertain or equivocal sound— gathered in from evry manufacturing centre of the world for cash, avoiding the middleman with his hevy im portation charges and placed befor l at the I minimum of profit) escaping ngen another midleman cald the drumer, with his five and teu per ceut. comisio**—no wonder the Old Regular calls them Sledghamers and Trip hamers. They appeal ireaistible to evryone whos hopes and whos unaverted gaze is fixt upon that splendid word success. On the first page in words that a child ma read is our logic, which is absolutely unanserable, smashes all controversy on the subject. On the uext, our terms and conditions—of a character so iuviting and liberal as to leav U no xcuse for neglecting the opportunities that will assuredly make a broad mark all over your mercantile life. On the succeding pages are figures that wil alow U 25 per cent, profit and enable you to quote at or belo what yor competitor paid for the selfsame^oods. We are headquar ters beyond the reach of competition. We are the Underbuy at this end of the line ; U are the Undersell, money down, and that is the Alpha and Omega of the Rouss Sys tem. If U have the iron will to stick sa credly to these perfect business methods yor fortune las within your grasp. From time to time U read the botom lines of success ful business men who had the hors sens and curage to read arite the living lesons and embrace the chances, with no risks. Rite to thes magnificent fellows—representatives of the correct system. Tha wil tel you what child’s pla the “walk over’’ was—the solid results in one short year. U wil find these Iiacqueters evrywhere in your own State—in fact it is difficult to find a town where these hustlers are not driving the oldtimer out of existence, destroying the ksrkorin avitom nf RCTPR irnn hv that en richt neither buyer nor seler, but nearly al ways impoverished both. A single trial—no matter whether by or der or in person—the tel tale figures ar the same precisely—wil setle the question with evry merchant who files to win and who means to master all the problems and pos sibilities of Mercantile Success. Yes, the merchants of this age are grow ing progresive and agresive, too. See the havoc thes spot cash champions make in the credit raux ; tha begin to smel the credit brimstoue, and propose to pass iuto history as victors and not victims. Tha ar tired to deth of the wear and swear and tear ol credit life—at nite waiting for dubreak ; all the day, like Wellington, waiting for nite, Tha want to go to bed and sleep like a hors, go to the table and eat like a tramp, and let some other felow pour down the corn and hops. Tha have found out that succes does not lay behind the Ledger breastwork firing at long range at the Stonewalls who had Hanked and ignored them, and after, had ridiculed their terrific trafic and held them up to the lafter and derision of cash buyers, Oha.s. Broadway Rouss, New York City. -^ - - How's This ! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O We, the undersigned, have known F. J, Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable iu all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Warding, Kinnan A Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bot tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. --♦ -— Twelve Days at Atlantic City. The third of the series of popular excur sions to Atlautic City, via Baltimore and i Ohio Railroad, will run on August 3d.— Ample provision will be made for the ac commouaiion oi muse avmiiug lueiusei vcj of the low rates and superior train servict i to enjoy a respite by the seaside. Tb< scenery en route is unsurpassed by that o: i any other route iu America. TTickets will be valid for return journej i for twelve days from day of sale, aud will s be good on all regular trains. Ou returr i journey they will bo good to stop off a< Washington, thus affording an opportunitj i to visit the numerous public buildings which are open to visitors free of charge > and to take a trip down the Potomac to Mt , Vernon, the tomb of Washington, as wel i as to visit other places of interest in anc near Washington. For rates and time of trains, consult ap pended table : HAVE A. M. A. M. r. M. BATE Winchester.6.U0 11.09 4.12 $6.5( Stephenson...6.09 11.19 4.22 6.5< , Wadesville.6.19 11.21* 4.32 6.21 Summit Point.6.26 11.39 4.42 6.21 i Charles Town.6.43 11.57 5.00 6.11 P. M. Halltown.6.55 12.07 5.10 5.81 Millville.7.04* 12.12 5.15 5.61 Harper s Ferry.7.08 12.20 5.23 5.5< ARRIVE P. M. Philadelphia.«...12.55 6.15 3.55 Correspondingly low rates from othei stations. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car from Staun ton to Baltimore, and Baltimore to Phila delphia on afternoon train from Staunton For more detailed information apply tc C. E. Dudrow, Traveling Passenger Agent Winchester, Va. -- -♦ - Our voung friend Master Clayton I brush, in the employment of Messrs Light A Wat son, has received his papers n« a graduate of pharmacy. Master Thrush, we are pleased to learn, not only enjoys the dis tinction of being the youngest candidate who has passed the board, but has secured liis graduation in the shortest time only two years) and passed the best examination. —Sjiirit. - A merry partv from ‘‘Caasiiis,’ accompa nied by friends from town, took a straw ride to Harper’s Ferry Wednesday evening — The Charles Town Cornet Baud contributed to the pleasure of the ride, and refreshments were served after tho return to "CanllJs. Sunday School Convention. As the executive committee of the county convention has appointed the Sunday School Convention to be held at Uvilla July 27th aod 2Stb, I will be glad if all delegates and others who will attend will notify me as to the time they will be with us. We extend a cordial invitation to all and will do our best to make them comfortable. N. S. J. Stbider, 1st Vice-Pres’f, Uvilla, W. Va. A dog belonging to Samocl Ropp, in the neck, near Falling Waters, was taken with rabies and bit other dogs and three colts belonging to Mr. Ropp. Mr. Ropp killed all the dogs and will watch the colts.— ShephenUtoxrn Register. There will be Free Lectures in the Charles Town Baptist church July 25 and 26, at 8 p. m., by Mrs. Helen G. Rice, of Bos ton, Mass., National Superintendent of the Juvenile work for the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, and Superintendent ol the Juvenile Sabbath School work. PUBLIC SALE OF THE STOCK OK THE Charles Town Mining, Manu facturing and Improve ment Company. The Charles Town Mining, Manufacturing and Improvement Company, in pursuance of an order passed by its Board of Directors on the 5th day of June, 1893, will offer for sale at public auction, for cash, at 11 o’clock A. M., ONMONDA Yt A VO VST 21.ST, 1893, in front of the Court-house in Charles Town, Jefferson County, W. Va., the following shares of Stock in said Company, held by the follow ing parties, and on which the following in stallments, amounting to the following sums, remain unpaid: Name of No. of Ins’lm'ts Auit. Int. Stockholder Shares Unpaid Arbuckle J. W. 18 5,6,7.8,9. $225. *57.50 . . . * wav wo t i’ » o fi Of Aiueiouu j. n. Alderson J. M. 18 6,7,8,9, 180. 30.00 Adams Alex. 18 2.3.4,5,6,7,8,9,405. 57.50 Briggs I. K. 4 6,7.8,9, 40. 6.67 Bird A Koont/ 36 7,8,9, 270. 45.00 Beard Dr. W. C. ^ 8 7,8,9, 60. 10.00 Brenningcr H. F. A A. 8. Johnson 36 5,0,7.8,9, 150. 75.00 Bradshaw J. B. 18 5,6,7,8,9, 225. 37.50 Bender Geo. D. 18 5,6,7,8,9, 225. 37.50 Baughman S. F. 18 9, 45. 7 50 Bell J. W. 18 pt. 5,6,7.8.9, 2*10. 43.34 Brown F. C. 18 2.3,4,5,6,7,8,9,405. 57..*0 Billmver J. D. 18 7,8,9, 135. 22.50 Bowman Geo. H. 18 6,7,8,9, 180. 30.00 Billmyer J.D.AJ.R. 4 8,9, 20. 3.34 Brown Chas. E. H. 4 8,9, 20. 3.34 Barr Wilkie C. 4 3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 70. 11.67 Adams R. A. 18 2,3,4.5,G.7,8,9,405. 57.50 Campbell Wm. 22 5,6,7,8,9, 275. 45.84 Churchill J. W. 4 9, 10. 1.67 Cable Alex. 8 5,6,7,8,9, 100. 16.67 Carter Mrs. Wm. F. 4 6.7,8,9, 40. 6.67 Cone D. C. 18 8,9, 90. 15.00 Cantley J. W. 4 6,7,8,9, 10, 6.67 Daniels T. C. and Geo. J. Johnson 18 6,7,8,9, 180. .‘W.OO Fleming Henry 8 8.9, 40. 6.67 Fielding & Walton 4 5,6,7,8,5*, 50. 8.34 Fava, Neeff A Co. 18 4,5.6,7,8,9, 270. 45.00 Given Wra.M. 20 3.4,5,6.7,8,9,350. 58.34 Good B. E. 18 7,8,9, 135. 22 50 Getzendancr L. D. 18 5,6,7,8,9, 225. 37.50 Gummert Thos. N. 18 pt. 7,8,9, 110. 18.34 Hart C. 1. 4 5,6,7,8,9, 50. 8.34 Hudgins N. B. 4 8,9, 20. 3.34 Harnc J. L. « 6,7,8.9 GO. 10.00 Hawes Mrs. Ejdi. A.18 5,6,7,8,9 225, 37.50 Hockcmevcr Jno. 18 7,8,9, 135. 22.50 Hockemyer Car. M. 4 7i8,9, 30. 5.00 Hardesty R. D. A J. O. Crown 18 pt. 8,9, 70. 11.67 Harrison L. V. 18 pt. 3,4,5.6, 7,8,9, 275. 45.81 Hoot! Mrs. A. A. 18 6,7,8,9, 180. 30.00 Hodges Jas. M. 18 7,8.9, 135. 22.50 Hall Jas. D. 8 5,0,7,8.9, 100. 16.67 Hallock I„ G. 18 5,6.7.8,9, 225. 37.50 Howard John A. 4 4,5,6,7,8.9, GO. 10.00 Hudgins Cl* rence 36 2,3,4.5,G.7,8,9,810. 135.00 Hardesty Chas, R. 18 5,6,7,8,9, 225. 37.50 Haskell J. H. 18 9, 45. 7.50 Johnson J. W. 18 7,8,9, 135. 22.50 Jennings, Forsyth A Lake 18 5,6.7,8,9, 225. 37.50 Jackson E. II. 22 5,6,7,8,9, 275, 15.84 Johns 8. L. 4 pt.4.5,6,7,8,9, 55. 0.17 KnpcrJohn 18 5,6,7,8,9, 225. 37.50 Lee Geo. 4 3,4.5,6,7,8,0, 70. 11.67 Murphy J. S. C, 36 pt. 8,9, 112.50 18.75 Mathews A Gal loway 18 7,8.9, 135, 22,50 Mineshinc Henry 4 8,9, 20. 3.34 Mock Geo. A. 18—5 13 6,7.8,9, 130. 21.67 J. E. Wyatt 9 7.8.9, 135. 22.50 It 18 7 8 9. 135. 22.50 McWilliams Mrs.F. 4 pi 5,6,7.8,9, 45. 7.50 Morton, White & Price 18 2,3,1,5,6,7,8,9,495. 57 50 March W. B. 4 ti,7.8,0. 40. 6.67 Neveeold W. W. 18 5,6,7,8,9, 225. 37.50 Nelson W. E. 18 7,8,9, 135. 22.50 1 Pilkington Jas. E. 3G 6.7,8,9, 86". 60.00 i Pullin H. M. 4 6,7,8.9, 10. 6.67 , Pilcher F. C. » 6.7,8.!*. 90. 15.00 . Payne C. N. 18 5,6,7.8.9. 225. 37.50 Payne G. V. 8 5,6.7,8,9, 100. 16 67 Page R. Powell 12 5,6,7,8,9, 150. 25.00 Richards M. C. 18 7,8,9, 135. 22.00 Rodgers Mort. M. 36 3,4,5,6,7.8,9, *530. 105.00 Schwarz 8. 13 7.8.9, 135. 22.50 Stark M. 10 5,6,7,8,9, 125. 20.85 Shuler W. H. 4 5,6,i.8,9, 50. 8.34 Sanders J. E. 4 3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 70. 11.67 Smith. Silvey & Griffith 18 5,0,7,8.9, 225. 37.50 Scott W. C. 4 8,9, 20. 3.34 Smith Godfrey A. 4 6,7,8,9, 10. 6.67 Sterrette S. W. 18 8,9. 90. 15 00 Slaven W. D. 18 5,6,7.8.9, 225. 37.50 81aven W. I). 4 2,3.4,5,6.7,8,9, 90. 15.00 Shcnck C. F. 4 5,6,7,8.9, .50. 8.34 Slack Julius I 5,6,7,8.9, 50, 8.34 Slrickler J. A. 8 5,6,7,8,9. 100. 16.67 81othower Henry 18 9, 45. 7.50 Steep Thos.M. 18 7.8,9, 135. 22.50 Tarnkin Win. 4 6,7,8.9, 40. 6.67 Taylor U. B. 4 3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 70. 11.67 i Tyson J. R. 8 8,9, 40. 6.97 i TaylorS. M. 4 5,6,7,8,9, 50. 8.^1 i Westfall H. M. 4 6.7,8,9, 40. 6.67 White A. G. 1 6,7.8,9, 40. 6.67 Walton M.L. 40 8.9. 200. 33 34 Ware Mrs. E. J. 18 9. 45. 7.50 Watson Geo. S. 9 pt. 5,6.7,8,9, 108.15 18.03 i Wigginton & i Hardesty 18 5.6,7.8,9, 225. 37.50 Berkeley Carter 18 2,3,4,5,6.7,8,9. 405. 57.50 Brophy B. A. 8 2,3,4,5.6,7.8,9, 180. 30.00 Barton Harrv 4 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 90. 15.00 Deahl H P. 9 2,3,4,5,6.7,8.9, 202.50 33.75 Eldridge Geo. 8 2.3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 180. 30.00 Elliott C. H. 12,3,4,5.6,7,8,9, 90. 15.00 Flemings & Rich ards 18 2,3,4,5,6.7,8,9, 405. 57.50 Graves G. W. 1 2,3,4.5,6.7,8,9, 90. 15.00 Goodman T. A. 4 2,3,4A6.7,8.9. 90. 15.00 Jordan R. M. 1 2,3 4.5,6.7,5,9, 90. 15.00 Johnston C. W. 18 2,3,4,5.6,7,8,9, 405. 57.50 Johcston S. J. J. 18 2,3,4.5,6.7,8.9, 405. 57.50 Kitchen J. C. 4 2,3,4,5,6.7.8,9, 90. 15.00 Kirkwood H. 4 2,3,4,5,6.7,8,9, 90. 15.00 Mercer C. H. 36 2,3.4,5,6,7,8,9,810. 134.00 Offner John E. 18 2,3,4.5.6,7,8,9, 405. 57.50 Potler C. L. 18 2,3,4,5,6,7.8,9, 405. 57.50 Robinson Mrs EH 4 2,3,4.5,6.7,8,9, 90. 15.00 Russell — C.R.Leel8 18.104.22.168,6,7.8.!*, 405. 57 50 Rice A. D. 18 2.3,4,5,6,7,8.9, 405. 57.50 Smith A. T. 18 2,3.4,5.6.7,8.!», 405. 57.50 Soutbwick ( has. 8 2,3,4,5,6,7,8.9, 180. 30.00 Saunders F. L. 18 2,3,4,5,6. ■ ,8.9, 405. 3<A0 Stewart John T. 18 2,3,4,5,6,1.8,9,405. 57A0 Tucker Eliza 8 2.3.1,5,6.7,8.9,180 . 3O.C0 Ward Herbert B. 4 2.3,4,5,0,, ,8,9, 90. 13.00 Ward R. M. 4 2.3J,5,6,7,8.9. 90. 15.00 Zerba Cba«. A. 18 2.3,4,5.6,7,8,!*, 405. 57A0 And said Shares of Stock will be transferred to the purchasers thereof at such sale by 8. Lee Phillips, appointed by said Board of Di rectors for that purpose. CHARLES TOWN MINING. MANUFAC TURING AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. . „ July 19,1??3-H. By R. I\ Car«’ 1 ret t. “ Castoria is so well adapted to children that 1 recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." JL A. Akchkr, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N.Y. “The use o£ ‘C'astoria is so unirersal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supprerogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep C’astoria within easy reach." Carlos JLahttx, D. D., New York City. Castoria cum Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives d«T. di gestion. Without injurious medication. “For several years 1 have recommended your ‘Castoria,' and shall always continue t« do so ss it has Invariably produced beneficial mult*.” Enwix F. Panogr. M. D.. l»lh Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Ta* CSJrTAUa CoarlVT, 77 MIRRAY STRICT, ;u» v in. NOVEL - SPRING DRESSING. _ We are Doing Business in the Age of New Styles on Dressing and Materials. OLD STYLES Are tilings of the past in our Groat Store.—! Wherever you see them on our counters you II find them marked at half to three-fourths value. NEW GOODS. Xow styles are what the public want. We are here with our Great Stores to meet and supply that want at the lowest possible cost to our patrons. COME AND SEE j The new Spring Styles in Changeable Serges, Poplins and Silks, Silk Striped and Mixed' Fabrics, French Whip Cords, English Poplins' and Roman Plaids, with innumerable Silks and Fabrics for trimming to match. SATTEENS In India, Brocaded, Perspiration Proof, French Mourning, Silcot and Satin Gloria Cloth, Wool Challies, French Muslins, Irish Lawns, Organ dies, India Crepes, twenty novelties in Import ed and Domestic Dress Ginghams. TTpdegraffs\ One Price Cash Store, HAGERSTOWN, MD. Feb. 22. 1892._ ATTENTION, FARMERS! We oft'eryou this Fall our Fcrlilizers as follows: Shenandoah, Special Mixture, Ober's Farmer’s Standard, Ober's South Carolina. Zell’s Economizer, Zell's Dissolved Bone Phosphate, Itasin’s Dissolved South Carolina. Walker's Dissolved South Carolina, Pure Ground Bone, Pure Dissolved Animal Bone, Pure Ground Fish, wi_a _ r lj,. i» Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Kainit. We have our Fertilizer, brands ‘‘Shenan doah’’ and "Special Mixture,” prepared by G. Ober A Sons Co., of Baltimore, and we guar antee every bag to come up to the Analysis. Ober's South Curolina is put in sacks treated with Lime, and you will have no trouble with rotten sacks. Please give your orders as early as possible. Washington & Alexander. July 12, 18U3—3m. j. h. nolandT CHARLES TOWN. W. VA.. Agent for the Celebrated GRAND, SQUARE and UPRIGHT. Also for the Newly A Evan* and the Davis A Son Pianos— fully warranted and endorsed by the Stieff House. First-class Organs and Second-Hand Pianos at all prices. Terms and prices to suit pur chasers. It will be to your interest to see me, or write, before purchasing. J. H. NOLANDS Musical • Chart —An arrangement by which an a< compani ment can be played upon the Piano or Organ, in any key; endorsed by musicians; can be ' learned in one hour. Price $1.00. A limited ' number of orders will be taken at 75 cents, to I introduce it. Liberal discount to agents.— | Write for territory. July 5. 18!*3. THE PRESENT AND FUTURE, Now we contemplate a large improvement to the Temple of Fashion to benefit our future trade. Now we will offer every article of SUMMER WEAR AT A REDUCTION to make room for this work. We will make , an "Annex” to oar Basement Story—a real. Country Store in itself. Jh ft. by 40 ft — making tbe entire size of our building ’J>< ft. by 154 ft. Summer Stock Must Go, A- we have Fall and Winter Goods enough bought to 1U1 all space at oar command. Call and see how we can benefit you. HAGLEV. The Outfitter. Juljlt. U33. 1 • * §• • SHEPHERD - COLLEGE. Stale Normal School. Normal, Academic and Musical Cour-o. Pre pares for Teaching,for any College or for Bu>i nes.'. Competent Faculty. Thorough work. Library and Reading Room. location healthy, pleasant and accessible. Excellent building* Boarding cheap. Tuition to 8Ute student*free, to others low. Session begins Sept. lltli, 1883. For catalogue apply to A.C.KIMLER. Principal, July 12.1893—13t. 8hepberdstown, W. Vs. To (he Public. The uudersigued offers his services to th» public iu the Removal of Stumps. Blasting, Ac Has had large experience, wdl do faith ful work and exact only reasonable price*. 8tumps removed at 10 cents each, if the com bustiblc material is supplied: otherwise W cents per stump will be charged, and no charge if satisfaction is not given in the removal of stumps or rock. PATRICK MACK IS, Charles Town, Jed. Co , W. Vs. July 12, 1893. RANDOLPH-MACON ACADEMY, FRONT ROYAL, VA. Healthfully situated among the mountains pure air and water. Prepares Boys and Yount Men for Collego or Business life. A selected corps of teachers. Thorough mental training. Physical healthtalnese. Moral and religious influence. Full equipment. Moderate chart and continue* for nine calendar month*. Send for full particulars to Rev. B. W. BOND, Prin cipal. Front Royal, Va. July 10, 1803—It. Wheat Bought. I am prepared to clean wheat at niv Eleva tor in this place, and will receive WHEAT IS THE ROUGH OR CLEANED. I will receive cleaned wheat at all dei>ots in the county. Will he glad to make an oiler for any Grain. Hav or Jeeds yon may have to sell. B.C. WASHINGTON, Agt July 19, 1803. Stephenson Seminary FOR YOUNG LAIMES. Twelfth Session logins Sept. 12,1WK). Thor oughly equipped. Their courses leading to graduation. Terms moderate. For catalogue address Charles Town, Jefferson county. W. vs. Rev. C. N. CAMPBELL, D. I).. Or Miss C. L. LLOYD, July 11, MOb-Sm. Co-Principals. Shannondale Springs. The Hotel at these 8priugs will be open to visitors on THURSDAY, JUNE 13th. This beautiful mountain health re-ort mid its medicinal waters hove been long and ft vorably known, one Spring being sulphur tod Another whose aualy/utiou is almost identical with the celebrated Bedford Water. MRH. J. JAMES WYSOKG. May 31, 1802. Administrator’s Notice. The undersigned having qualified a* Admin istrator of the late Joseph b tarry. respectfully __il.. ,.11 In till, .mill* to make settlement thereof; th<*e having ac counts will present them duly autlien icated. LEWIS P. STARRY. Adm. of Joseph Starry, dec d. July 12, 1803—4t. _ Mrs. E. I*. Kennedy W'ill reopen lier School for Young ladie ■ an i Little Oirl* Sept. 11th, 18U3. Thorough intira- • tion in Latin, German, French, Mathematic*, and all English branches. Mia* 8. H. BROWN. Mix* M. H. KENNEDY. July 12, 1803—3mo.* Teach en. FRAZER7re«e BEAT Ilf THE WOBLO. It* wnerioe oualittae *r# *aaujp**e*A •ete.J'* yOBBALEBYDEALEBBOEWIBAlXT. tgt The Modesty of tin* Temple of Fashion Is only equaled by its genuine Correct Style*, Excellent Qualities and Popular Price*. Llo u* ing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes and Trunk* ' every description for men and boy*. July 12, 1803. GEO. H. HAGLEY. Hutu itenoratetl. " Mr-. Fannie Fleming i* prepare-! torenorat* gentlemen’* silk or felt hat* promptly an-l * mode-rate rate-. Call at her re*idence.ea*t •id* of Charles atrec-t, south of Congr< **. May 3, 1803. Biiggy and Harness. A TOP BUGGY and HARNESS for sale bolh in good condition. Apply at May 17. ’03. FREE PRESS OFEKfc *3. Will be sold together or *eparately. For /Sale. A pair of WESTERN POM Kb broken to ri<i« and drive. Apply to May 3. 1803. <>EO. PORTERHfchB Clover Seed. Choice Western Red end Sepling <*»'* Heed, for aeie by _, . V«v It, UM B.C. WASHINGTON Atf For Sale. Window-aeebae. blind*, door*, etc-, '* old Method* Cburrh: Apply el thi* o Jane 7, IW. Estray Hog. A large spotted *ow came to my about the Utb of June. The owner will -ot»e forward, pay charges and » 7 July 19, WM.B BAKtB