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aeptember 2Q, 1893. Public Sales. Sept. 20.—Household Property by Mrs. Judge T. C. Green. Baltimore parers at Beard’s. Three cents. See new advertisement and locals of Win. Kahn. _ Examine Beard’s wall paper and window ■.hades.__ Hotel Powhatan closed for the season on Saturday. _ Another lot of those good cheap novels at Beard’s. C. F. Wall want* a load of hogs by Sep tember 21st. Just received a large lot of glassware at S. H. Landis’s. A full stock of public school books at Aisquith A Co's. For canning aud preserving peaches call on 3. H. Landis. “High School Cadets," and “Washington Post" marches at Beard’s. For tine embroideries, laces, ribbons, silks etc., see M. Palmbaum A Bro. Beard, the stationer, wants a second-hand bard coal stove. Call at the store. “After the Ball" and *‘Ki-.s and Let s Make Up," the new songs, at Beard’s. One thousand bushel* of 3alway peaches for sale this week at the store of S. H. Landis. Palnibaum's i* the place for underwear, hosiery, gloves, corsets, handkerchief*, etc. Family Story Paper, Fireeide Companion and .\Vir York Weekly at Beard’s. 3ix cents. School books, slates, tablets, ink, pens and writing materials, all kinds, at Beard’s. A full line of public school books aud school supplies at Brown A Hooff’s drug store. Mr. Jno. O. Johnson is building a frame dwelling house for Mr. Samuel Boyd, east of town. For Sale.—A good mitre-box, at C. N. Beard's. Also a new bedstead, spring and mattress. ^ ^ Wanted.—Old China, Bric-a-brac, Relics, Ac. Address John Treblig, 9 North How ard street, Baltimore. A big line of pencil and iuk tablets, pens, pencils, ink and everything pertaining to school supplies at Aisquith A Co's. Fens, pen holders, pencils, tablets, school satchels, inks and stationery supplies in full stock at Brown A Hooff ’ drug store. Will load cows in about two weeks: calves always. Good sheep and lambs also. C. F. Wall. It may not be known that I buy eggs for cash at my wareroom, one square from post office, (Grange lot). C. F. Wall. M. Falmbauni A Bro. have received a fine assortment of latest style dress goods, trim mings, etc. Their prices are always o. k. ?»ee by notice of B. A O., under capti< n of “Half Fare Excursion to World’s Fair,” that dates for the privilege of cheap rates have been added. Note paper, box paper and envelopes, fool's cap, legal cap, bill papers, cards and envelopes, and envelops all sizes at Brown A Hooff’s drug store. Falmbaum’s is headquarters for table lin ens. towels, bed spreads, lace curtains, etc. Prices lower than ever. For dress goods, etc., see M. Palmbaum A Bro. The full moon next Monday will be what is known as the “harvest moon. The pe culiarity is that for several nights it rises at the same hour instead of an hour later each night as is usual. Judge Faulkner has made an arrangemeut with Judge Dailey, of the 12th judicial cir cuit, by which they will preside over each other's courts tome time this week, says the Martinsburg InAtptndtni. We are informed Mr. Thus. Earnshaw will have built on a lot on West Liberty street, purchased of Mr. David Howell, a six-room dwelling, and that Mr. Beachley has contracted for the work. The marriage of Miss Edith M. Crutch ley, formerly of Harj>er's Ferry, to Mr. Charles J. Brown took place at the Church if the Holy Name, Washington, D. C., on Tuesday, September 5th, 181*3. Joseph Bell, son of the late Geo. Bell, died at his home in Martinsburg on last Thursday night. Had he lived until Sun day, the day of his funeral, he would have been twenty-two years of age. <*f Interest to the Boys.—Agent wanted for the Elmira ftlrgram iu Charles Town, '•reatest family paper ou earth. Sixteen page* Lively boy can make money. Ad dr m Elmira Trlefjram, Elmira, N. Y. Kt'. H. C. V. Campbell resigned the paa t 'ate of the Harper’s Ferry Presbyterian Church to give his time wholly to Berkeley spring* and to certain points in Morgan county. Harper's Ferry will join with Elk Branch. lhe fancy ball at Hotel Powhatan laat Wednesday night was largely attended and ^1 »rted a success. The ladies were haud s'une in rich aud appropriate costumes. A banquet was served in the best style of the hote; manager. Ihv regular I*eptember term of the Berke ley circuit court, began on Tuesday of last with Judge E. Boyd Faulkner presi ding. The grand jury, Capt. E. L- HofF ntan, foreman, made quite a number of in i'eta eats for felony and misdemeanor. The annual banquet tendered by th< Washington County Agricultural and Me chanical Association to its advisory board: in Washington, Carroll and Baltimore coun ties, Md., Jefferson and Berkeley counties W. Va , Adams and Franklin counties, Pa. and the cities of Baltimore and Washingtor was held Saturday at the Baldwin House Hagerstown. Around the festive boarc about seventy-five officials and guests wer< seated, among them, from Jefferson county T. F. Jones, E. H. Reinhart, H. L. Snyder H. L. Turner, Lee H. Moler, J. P. Kearfott B. F. Harrison, J. T. Kearney, Col. Townei Schley, R. W. Morrow, George W. Haines C. H. Gal labor. The respective counties appointed the following marshals to serve at the Hagerstown Fair: Mayor R. J. Halm Washington: J. W. Dodd, Berkeley; J. D Brooks, Carroll; James Hersb, Adams, Thomas F. Jones, Jefl’erson; J. Milt>n Crawford, Fr.mklia. Col. Towner Schley, of Jefferson, will be chief marshal, and that is a guarantee of pleasure and comfort, and good order and fulfillment of programme. The representative of The Fbee Phe^ was gratified by courtesies extended to him on Saturday, pleased by what he saw and heard concerning the great exposition in October, a*d can conscientiously encourage our pv4 * ij attend. The Baltimore of Friday last gave tbe following mention of the marrriage of one of our town’s ladies. Miss Julia, daugh ter of Mr. Simon Hirschman: “Miss Julia Hirschman, of Charles Town, W. Va., and Mr, Moses S. Sonneborn, of Bellaire, Ohio, were married yesterday afternoon at Ha zazer’s Hall, West Franklin street, Balti more. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Tobias Schanfarber, of Har Sinai Temple. The ushers were Marcus Leipz'g er, Leon Leipziger, Milton Hirschman, Steward Hirschman, G. Goodman and Leon Sonneborn. Miss Clara Sonneborn was the maid of honor. The bride wore a white brocade gown trimmed with duchess lace.— The bridesmaid wore white satin. After a reception and banquet Mr. and Mrs. Sonne born left for a trip through Canada. Deal ham, the caterer, prepared the bauquet.” The John Brown Fort enterprise at Chi cago was not a success and the property went into the hands of a receiver. It is said only the front wall remains intact. A Harper's Ferrian suggests its purchase and return to Harper’s Ferry, and the editor of the Sentinel approves the suggestion and thinks the people of that historic town would be lacking iu enterprise if they did not secure it at a resonable price. Iu con sequence of the stringency of the financial world about us we couldn't promise to do nate very much in currency towards this object; but, if the front wall of the old building could be set up iu an appropriate place we would willingly make the contri bution of an inscription, to-wit: "John Browa's first victim at Harper's Ferry was au industrious, inoffensive colored man.’’ Since last seen here the author has been hard at work on that always excellent play, “Old Farmer Hopkins,” and the result hits been wonderful. Those who were fortunate enough to have seen the comedy when last presented here will scarcely recognize it, so great is the chajige. The best of the old has been retained, yet the many new scenes, incidents, situations, etc., that have been added virtually make a new play out of the famous old comedy. Mr Davidsou has sur rounded himself with the strongest company obtainable, and carries all scenery, mount ings and mechanical effects for the perfect production of his play. The musical part of the performance is a teature. A worthy entertainment such as this will be well pat ronized. Washington Hall to-morrow night (Thursday, 21st). MrC. B. Rouss, of New York, who has been a moat geuerous friend to the Win chester Fair, arrived in that city Thursday morning. He was met by a committee Governor Holliday, Capt. John J. NV illiams and Judge William M. Atkinson, and a committee representing the Friendship Fire Company, composed of Dr. J. F. Ward and Capt. George Kurtz Mr. Rouss visited the Geu. Turner Ashby Caftip Home, where ad dresses were made by several members of the camp. He was cordially received by the tire company. He also visited the Mount Hebron Cemetery. Mr. Konss en tertained a large number of friends on the fair grounds.—Spirit. The remaius of Gervis 5$. Gardner and Thooias L. Coulter, (the former of whom died March 15), 1S51, and the latter April 25, 1S59.) being disiuterred to give place to the Charles street extension along the west side of the Methodist graveyard, were on Sunday alternoou reinterred in Edge-Hill Cemetery by Wildey Lodge, I. O. O. F., and visiting bretheru from variaus neigh boring lodges There was a good turn out of the t Kid Fellows, Mr. D. S. Hughes officiated as marshal, and in addition to the other burial honors there were fitting remarks at each grave by Mr. Marine Krepps, of Virginia Lodge, of Harper's Ferry -.Spirit. Among the premiums awarded at Mor gan's Grove Fair were: Embroidery on flannel, knitted quilt and blackberry wine, Mrs J. F. Briscoe; darning, Mrs. G. D. Moore; embroidery on felt, Mrs. J. F. Engle; outlining, Mrs. Albert Diehl; rolls. Mrs. W. 1*. F.asterday ; peaches, Misa Em ma Brown; smallest eggs, J. F. Engle; herd soap. Mrs. J. E Burns; heavy-draft 6 year old stallion, Geo. F. Walker; double team to harness, C. M. M iest; four-horse team Zeph. Bane. The Maryland State Fair, in combina tion with the great Hagerstown Fair, which is composed of the county associations of Wa.-hinglou and Carroll, Md.. Franklin and Adams, Fa , Berkeley and Jefferson, \V. Va , and Baltimore and Washington cities, will beheld at Hagerstown October 10, 11, 12 and 13 l he exhibition is to be bigger, better and brighter than any of the past great shows there. Children CryYor 1 Pitcher’s Oastorla Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov t Report. ] I ABSOLUTELY PURE Personal. Miss Rosa Briscoe returned to Baltimore Monday. Misses Mol lie and Ella McCurdy leave to day for the World’s Fair. Mr. Roger Chew went b&ck to Stevens Institute at Hoboken, N. J. Mrs. Arthur W. Hawks, of Baltimore, is at Mr. C. Horace Gallaher’s. Hon. Geo. R. Wendling has returned from his lecture visit to Norfolk, etc. Miss Minnie 'l'imberlake has returned from a visit to friends in Warren county. Mrs. Wm. H. Travers and her daughter, Miis Bessie, left yesterday for the World’s Fair. Miss Viola Moler, of Harper’s Ferry, visited the Mis*es Moler of this town last week. Bishop A. W. Wilsou came to “Mt. Par vo” on Friday and remained until noon on I Monday. Miss Boydie Faulkner, daughter of the Senator, was a guest of Miss Lou Baylor ^ last week. Mrs. Ella B. Washington left on Tuesday with her son, Col. W. deH. Washington, j for New York. Miss Ellen Wheat, of Baltimore, a guest ' of Misses May am and Maria Moore, left for home yesterday. Col. W. W. Cne, of Roanoke, chief engi- i neer of the Norfolk & Western R. R., spent yesterday in town. Rev. U. P. Hamill attended District Con- j ferauce at Woodstock Wednesday and Thursday of last week. We had the pleasure, a few days ago, of meeting upon our streets Mr. Montgomery McFarland, of Omaha. i Col. W. deH. Washington, of New York ' City, came on Monday night to visit his mother at "Mordington.” Miss Lillie Hagley left this morning for | Winchester, where she will attend the Episcopal Female Institute. Miss Lillian Archer, who has been spend- . ing the summer Ht Capt. Flagg’s, left Mon- | day for her home in Norfolk. Capt. S. IX Engle was the Grand Treasu- ! rer who officiated at the corner stone lay- | ing last week, not Mr. Barr as published. Mrs. M. G. Beall, and daughter, who j spent a month or Mr. C. Horace Gallnher’s j have returned to their home in Baltimore. Charlie, son of R. A. Alexander, and Ralph, son of 3. II. Higinbothain, have en tered the West Virginia University at Mor gantown. Miss Lillie Farlin, of Washington City, came up on Saturday and is a guest of the family of the editor of The Free Press at “Mt. Parvo.” Mrs. Gen. Chilton, of Richmond, ard her daughter, Mrs. Maverick, who bad been sojourning at Mr. 0. Horace Gallaher’s left on Weduesday. Miss Grayson Wendling, of this town, attended the Fair Ball at Winchester last week, and appeared in .white silk. She is at home again. Mrs. Maxwell, of Richmond, for some time past sojourning at Capt. Flagg’s, left yesterday ; also Mr. Ted Campbell, of Or ange, New Jersey. Mr. Schloss, of 3. I). Hirscbman & Co., returned from Baltimore several days ago Mrs. Schloss returned Monday night. They had been to the Monumental City to attend the Sonneboru-tlirschman wedding. Mr. George MeUlone, a graduate or tne | Spirit office, at present holding a remunera tive position in a law office in New York City, called to see us on Thursday. We are pleased to learu that be is doing well and has a bright future—all of which he merit?. We acknowledge the compliment of an | invitation to witness the marriage of Hon. j Stuart Wilson Walker, of Martinsburg, and j Miss Annette May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Thayer, of Charleston, Kuna- j wha county. The interesting event is an*: non need lor October 4th, in the Presbyleri- ^ au Church of our capital city. On last Monday morning about 8 o’clock ' the large barn owned by Mr. L. C. Gerling j and bis father, occupied by Mr. Geo. Calla bau and located on w hat is known as Pocky Marsh, on the road leading from Vandeves ville to Shepherdstown, was burnt to the ground, together with its contents. There ; was uu insurance.—Martinsburg Statesman, j The Secretary of State has issued a cer tificate of incorporation to the Mutual In vestment, Mining and Manufacturing Com : i yany, ot Charles Town, with an authorized i ! capital of $25,000. The corporators are Wm. Neill, Geo. Porterfield and Cleon j Moore, of Charles Town, James Simmons ' and T. F. Banksdale, of Roanoke, Va. Dr W. W. Brown and w ife, of the Kable town vicinity, have the sympathy of friends. A daughter, Maria, the only daughter, died Wednesday night of diptheria—ag«d five years. The funeral service was in the Pres byterian Church, Rev. Dr. Hopkins officia ting. Interment in Edge Hill Cemetery on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Alex. R. Bolder, son of the late Hon. A. R. Boieler of Shepherdstown, died in Salem, Virginia, yesterday—aged 54 year?. His wife, a sister of the widow of the late Gen. Kirby Smiih, and a son and daughter • survive Llm. Church tiotcs Rev. H. P. Harnill began a protracted meeting at “Bethany” on Sunday afternoon. Bishop A. W. Wilson, of the M. E. Church, South, on Sunday last preached in the court house in the morning and in the Presbyterian Church at night. At the recent District Conference, M. E. Church, South, held in Woodstock, Mr. II. T. Mi ley was chosen as one of the delegates to the Annual Conference. Stephen’s City was selected as the next place of meeting. The installation of Rev. S. W. Cole as pastor of the Charles Town Baptist Church will take place next Sunday night at 7:30 o’clock. Rev. A. C. Barrou, D. D., of Bal timore, will preach the sermon, and other ministers will be present to participate in the services. Mr. Ed. J. Richardson, of Berryville, gave a “plain talk to young men” at Wash ington Hall on Sunday afternoon. There was a large audience present, and Mr. Rich ardsou's address was supplemented by a few remarks irom Rev. Mr. Cole and other in teresting religious exercises. Mr. Jacob Stuckey died at his home near Jones’s Spring, Berkeley county, on Tues day morning, September 5th, a -cd 76 years, 5 months and 18 days. Mrs. Belle Stuckey died at her home near Tomahawk Spring, Berkeley county, August 28th, 1803, aged 58 years, 8 months and 5 days. Frank S. Davidson’s comedy company, au organization of high standing in the theat rical world, will appear at Washington Hall to-morrow (Thursday) evening in the great rural comedy, “Old Farmer Hopkins.” A treat is undoubtedly in store for our show going folks. \\ hue attempting to board a u. ci u. irain at this place last week, one Louis Shepherd fell under the wheels and was killed. The body of the unfortunate man, who was about fifty years old, was taken to Baltimore.— Harper's Ferry Sentinel. Mr. Charles 0. Rowe of 1’iitsburg, super intendent of the Western Union Telegraph Company, died suddenly at his home Sep tember 12ih—aged 53 years. II3 was a na tive of Harper's Ferry and became con spicuous for efficient service in telegraphy. Fall Overcoats. One of the most indispensable garments of a gentleman's wardrobe » a light-weight overcoat. The evenings wi|l soon be gel ling chilly and you will finl an overcoat will prevent many a cold, besides ndding very materially to your appearance. We are carrying an immense strtek of them this season and our prices are remarkably low. We are showing every style of cut and fab ric that is correct. Call and look at them. Boys’ and children’s overcoats, too, aud a beautiful display of them. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. School suits for boys and children you can find at 8. D. Hirschman & Co’s uew budding. Our carpet room is packed with all the latest patterns for fall trade. Our prices will be the very lowest. Come and give us a trial. S. D. HIRSCHMAN & Co. Our line of dress grods for fall trade will shortly arrive. We will make prices to suit the closest buyers. S. D. Hirschman & Co. Before long we will display the handsom est line of ladies and and children’s wraps ever shown here. 8. D. Hirschman A Co. We have a lot of jerseys, mostly small sizes, that mu*t be sold regardless of price, only small people must ask for them. 8. 1). Hirschman & Co. No doubt you want to buy a suit of clothes for your little boys as well as for your grown up boys this fall. Don’t forget when you come to town to look for the largest clothing store, which is occupied by 8. D. Hirschman & Co. For your fall and winter boots come to S. D. Hirschman & Co’s. Our line of men’s light-weight overcoats will be simply immense. Our prices will astonish you all. 8. D. Hirschmas & Co. SAILED THESEAS 38 YEARS. One of His Experiences. For thirty-eight years Capt- Loud followed the sea, most of that time as master of a ves sel. and upon retiring from the water was ap pointed by tue Secretary of the tnlted States Treasury to superintend the ^eal fisheries In Alaska, which position he held five years. He relates one experience n* follows: . • For several years 1 had been troubled with general nervou- ^ss and pain I" the region of my heart. My greatest 'JJJjctlon was steeple e ’.ess: ii -vas almost impossible at any time to obtain rvst and s.eep. Having seen Dr. Miles’ remedies sdvertked I began using Nervine. After taking a sma.l quantity the benefit received was so great that I was posi tively alarmed, thinking the remedy con tained opiates which would finally be Injuri ous to me; but on being assured by the drug gist that It was perfectly harmless. I contin ued it together with the Heart Cure, T, dny 1 can conscientiously say that Dr. Miles H - storatlve Nervine and New Heart ( nrt d J more for me than anything I had ever tak 1 had been treated by eminent physicians ln New York and San Francisco without fceti flt. 1 owe my present good health to the judicious use or these most valuable remedU -. and heartily recommend them to all afflict* d as l was.”—Capt- A. P. Loud. Hampden. Me. Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine and New Cure are sold by all druggists on a poalttve guaran tee. or by Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind.. on receipt of price. $1 P*?.®01® or •*> K.usr.ifo,f WE EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITATION To the people of Charles Town and vicinity to PAY US A VISIT In our handsome quarters—Sadler Block—and inspect the Largest Stock of Fine Ready-Made CLOTHING, Hats, Furnishing and Shoes Ever placed under a»y roof in the Valley of Virginia. Our facilities now are more than doubled and we can assure our patrons that the stock we now carry cannot be excelled by any house in the Valley. $20,000 WORTH Of the very latest productions of Fall and Winter Fine Ready-Mude Clothing, which wo have just purchased from hard-up manufac turers at 50 cents on the dollar for spot cash. Bring a $10 note our store and take $20 worth of Clothing for it. SAVE TIME. Both time and money together with annoy* ance and disappointment may be saved by an early call on WM. KAHN, LEADING CLOTHIER, SADLER BUILDING. Sept. 20, 1893. IN FACT A Having rented the CENTREROOM, SADLER BUILD’6, lately occupied by the Shenandoah Milling Company, I will carry a full stock of GROCERIES. TOBACCOS, CIGARS, DRV t.-JODS, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC. Goods delivered to any part of the town free of charge. Will do a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS. — Country produce taken in exchange for goods. 1 solicit a share of the public patron age. Respectfully, S. H. LANDIS. April 12,1893. Ono Price Store. Ice and Wood. The undersigned will shortly begin the daily delivery of an excellent quality of Ice. He will be pleased to serve all former customers and many new ones at reasonable rates. Has also a large lot of cord wood—seasoned and green—oak and hickory, and will deliver the same promptly on notice. Also a lot of Seed Potatoes of fine quality. Orders may be left with Mr. John Oden, near the Charles Town Mill. MARSHALL BURNS. P. 0. Address: Charles Town. April 12. 1*93. SHEPHERD _• COLLEGE. State Normal School. Normal, Academic and Musical Courses. Pre pares for Teaciiing.for any College or for Busi ness. Competent Faculty. Thorough work. Library and Reading Room. J»c»tion healthy, pleasant and accessible. Excellent building*. Boarding che ip. Tuition to 8'ate students free, to otliers low. Session begins Sept. 11th, 1893. For catalogue apply to A C. KIMLER. Principal. July 12.1893— 13t. ShcpherJstown, W. Va. Stephenson Seminary * FOR YOUNG LADIES. Twelfth Session begins Sept. 12,1893 Thor oughly equipped. Three cour.-es leading to graduation. Terms moderate. For catalogue address Charles Town, Jefferson county. W. Va. Rev. C. N. CAMPBELL, D D.. Or Misti C. L. LLOYD. i July 11. 1*93—2ra. Co-Principals. Mrs. E. P. Kennedy | Will reopen her School for Young Indies and Little Girls Sept. 11th. 1893 Thorough inslroc I tion in Latin. German. French, Mathematics, 1 and all English branches Min 8 H. BROWN. Miss M. H KENNEDY. July 12. 1*93—3iuo."* Teachers. Miss Laura A Lippitt. i Having determined to remain in Charles Town ; the coming scholastic year, will gi ve lessons in Music on Piano. Orgtn and V din. Also in ' German, Latin and Matbemf i Aug 9. 19?3-2m. KEEP YOUR EYES ON THIS SPACE FOR BARGAINS. S.D.HIBSCHMAN&CO. BUMS • & • SHUGERT. THE CASH STORE. We invite especial attention to the extraor dinary advantages we offer in each depart ment. In FINE WOOL DRESS GOODS you will find choice styles and all the new 6hadee. Plain black and colored Silks, Grena dines, Laces and Drapery Nets. In WASH DRESS GOODS we have entirely new things for the season.— Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is complete with stylish headwear. Mattings, Oil Cloths, Carpets.’Lace Curuins and Window Shades in abundance, with low prices. Yours truly, Burns & Shugert. May 3,1893. HENRY DTJMM’S NEW STORE ROOM Has been made by 8anU Claus the Charles Town Depository for CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, CAKES, FANCY NOTIONS AND TOYS. This Christmas stock exceeds any that has gone before, and all tastes can be accommodated. Fruit Cakes a Specialty. Oysters Fresh, Daily, and in quantities to suit customer*. Henry Durum. Dec. 14, 1892. SPRING NOVELTIES AND STYLES FOR THE SUMMER SEASON. BROWN, THK JEWJEBJER, HAS JUST RECEIVED THEM. to real estate owners. Having arranged with a gentleman in England topti*h the claim* of thi* section for farm ing, manufacturing and residence. I wish to obtain description* from owner* in this Hlstrlct and State at large of such property a* Ibev wish to sell. The regular commission will be charg ed if a ‘ale is effected. Those whiting description forwarded abroad must remit $1 00 to cover extra expenses. Forms and particulars sent on request. Arthur Davenport, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, My Agent has been very *ncce*sfiil in tending purchaser* to Piedmont, Virginia, in pa*t years.’ The name* of those willing to take farm pupila and boarders, with term* per month or vear. also desired. ’ Am. 23. 1 H*J3. J. H. NOLAND, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA„ Agent for the Celebrated GRAND, f* QUA RE and UPRIGHT. Also for the Newly A Evans and the Davis A Son Pianos—fully warranted and endorsed by theSiiefT House. Kirst-t lass Organs and Second-Hand 1‘ianoa at all prices. Terms and prices to suit pur chasers. It will be to your interest to see rue, or write, before purchasing J. H NOLANDS Musical Chart —An arrangement by which an accompani ment can be plaved upon the Piano or Organ, in any key; efTdoraed by musicians; can be learned in one hour. Price $1 00. A limbed number of order* will be taken at 75 cent*, to introduce it. Liberal discount to agent*.— Write for territory. July 5. li>03.___ For Sale. Window-sashes, blind*, door*, etc., of the I old Methodist Church. Apply at tblsofflcs [ Jane 1. 1999. PUBLIC SALE. Having determined to discontinue housa | keeping. I will sell at public action at my rea i idence on Saumel street on Wednesday, September 20, 1893, at !0 o'clock a. m.. the following personal pro|*eriy : ! HOUSE AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. Mahogany Dining Table and Sideboard, Chairs and Sofa, China and Glass Ware, Mahogany Side Tables. ; Bureaus, Bedsteads. Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows, Wash stands, 1 bain, Hat-rack, Ruga. Pictures, Books, Book Cases, Chicken ng Piano, Kitchen Furniture, Lawn Mower, Stoves and Cow. TKKMS: All funis under flOcaah ; over 110, purchaser to give a negotiable note. |>#yabl« six months after date at the Hank of Charles Town, with approved indorsers, bearing In terest from date. Mas THOS.C. GREEN. Thou J. West. Auctioneer. , Sept. «. 1893. j T1OMINY sod Beans, and all Aurora of j o. Fralt Puddine 0. D. EBY