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September .5. iS94. school supplies at Beard's. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplier at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s. School supplies at Beard’s, school supplies at Beard’s. Grain sacks at Beall A Colemau’s. Sew mackerel for sale at S. H. Landis's. Bucket and chain pumps at Beall A Cole man's. The best machine oil at Beall A Cole man*. . A full stock of pure spices at Aisquitb A Co s. Three large mackerel for twenty cents at S. H. Landis’s. Fall styles of hats in all the fashionable shapes at Kahn s. The Supreme Court of Appeals will con vene here to-day. . . i. il_—111 ki-.l/t ■ inAi'inI (prill .ruagc rRuiauvi "••• -«• of court here to day. A good unbleached cotton for five cents a yard at S. H. Landis’*. A good syrup lor twenty-five cents per gallon at S. H. Landis’s. >. H. Landis sell* the best overalls made. Try a pair and be convinced. school Books —A full line of public school books at Aisquith A Co.'s. Do you need a new hat ? 5*e the late styles in derbys, tourists, Ac., at Kahn's. Fishing tackle, powder, shot, caps, loaded •hell* and wads at Beall A Coleman’s. Genuine duplicates of Oliver chilled plow arid all its parts at Beall A Coleman’s. 0 rdwood wanted in exchange for lum 5*f. E. E. Beach ley. For 11.25 you cau get a nice dress shoe either iu ladies’ or men’s style* at Landis’s The latest styles of note paper, and gen rral line of stationery at Brown A Hooff’i drug store. The coutest of the Knights last Thursday was spirited enough, but Luke-warm rathei than a hot one. Wanted.—Old China, Bric-a-brac, Relic* Ac. Address John Treblig, 9 North How ard street, Baltimore. A large assortment of toilet soaps includ ing our own brands, Pure Falm and Eldei Flower skin soap at Aisquith A Co’s. A carload of ground alum and fine sab lust received by B. C. Washington, Agent it hi* wareroouis near B. A O. station. We have just received a full line of purt gr uad anti whole spice*, strictly pure, lot I' tkMngpurposes. Brows A Hool l. For good cigars, smoking and chewing tobacco, and everything pertaining to the smoker’s outfit, call at Brown A Hoofl’sdrug store. Friday night some straw in the stabh yard of Mr. George T. Light was burned. The firemen reached the spot in time tosavi the stable. A stock of toilet soaps, fine perfumes tooth, nail and hair brushes and a genera line of druggists sundries at Brown Hooff’s drug store. Mr. J. H. Hayslett raised this year 90C bushel* of a choice quality of wheat froa 1 acres. This is an average of 30 busheh per acre.—A'Jrocaft. Gov. MacCorkle “appointed Maj. C. H Knott, of Jeflersou, and Hall Wils'in, o Berkelev, delegates to the farmer s conven tion at Parkersburg. The large flouring mill at Harper’s Kerr; ha- been leased by a company from Ken •iw-fcv .and will he operated ouiteextensive Ij in the uear future. The latest in sterling silver belt buckles nk buttons, scarf pins and shirt waist but tons. Only the latest prevailing styles. A Brown’s jewelry store. We have just opened a large and complet .ue of fall styles of hats. All of the correc shapes in derbys, alpioe and crushers a Kahn's, Sadler Building. School Supplies.—A large stock of penci and ink tablets, pencils, pens and writiu fluid, and everything pertaining to scboc supplies at Aissjuith A Co.’s. We learu that one of our leading aricul turixts in this county is the possessor of 2 dogs.—Adcoratt. That fellow ought not t complain that wheat is ‘ dog cheap. ’ our new fall stock is daily arriving bought under the new tariff law. \ ou ai cordially invited to inspect. Wm. Kaiin, Sadler Building. Wm. Beeves, colored, accused of robbini Mr. Kngleby atShenaudoah Junction, wai. 1 an examination and Justice Howell con muted him to await action of grand jury. ' >ur flavoring extracts are made of th •e-t material. Strictly pure and true t ' -ir name, representing the natural flavt ' ihe fruit from which they are made. Brown A Hookf, Druggists. Mr D. W. Snyder, living uear Sunirn l‘ *int, from -ixty acres threshed 1,006 bus! * »f wheat—this is an average of 2o busl *i» machine measure, it will run above ths in weight.—Ad wife. Mr Wm M. Clements, of Summit Poin tlir*^Litd his wheat last week and on -1 *cr«. made l.oOo bushels—nearly 36 bushe acre. I >n one held of 30 acres he mat * ut 40 bushels per acre.— Advwatt. Mr W H. Kodeter has been awarded tl ' mtract for the new colored school buildin this place. The same gentleman bi rai- i iiJ? new cottage of Dr. James Logi and the .late rooting is now being put oi Children Cry *o ) Etcher’s Castorla* Tournament at Charles Totrii. A great crowd attended the tournameul here on Thursday last, and the aggregation of beautiful women was a subject of remark. The riding took place on the grounds near Hotel Powhatan. The Knights were: J L. Luke, Knight of Engleside; J. L. Rod gers, Kuight ot Glames ; Wm. Macoughtry Knight of Wizard Clipp; Thomas Man uing, Knight of Vinton; Hite Watson Knight of Pharmacy; James Grantham Knight of Tudor Hall; Robt. Shirley Knight of Penova ; P. B. llooff, Knight o Jefferson ; Lyne Grantham, Kuight of Rock Springs ; L. M. Allen, Knight of W estwood George Shirley, Knight of the Grove ; T. B. Hardesty, Knight of Clarke ; Washington Hooff, Knight of Ricbwood; W. Travers Lewis, Knight of Monterey ; Henry Shirley, Knight of Vinson ; Albert Osburn, Knight of Bull’s Run; Thomas Washington, Kuight of Little Hatchet; Milton Rouss, Kuight of Avoawood ; Braxton Davenport, Kuight of Ivanhoe. The charge to the knights was delivered by Mr. Benjamin Trapnell. At eight o'clock the coronation ceremonies took place in the parlors of the Hotel Powhatan.— Mr. James M. Mason, Jr., made the coronation address. Crowns were bestowed r* IV' Miss Annie Yates McDonald, ut the vicinity of Charles Town, queen ot love and beauty, by Dr. J. L. Luke; Miss Denuis Scott, of Gordonsville, first maid of honor, by James Grantham; Miss Sallie Evans, of Middleway, second maid of honor, by Wm. Macoughtry ; Miss Nettie Griffith, of Baltimore, third maid of honor, by L. M. Allen. A graud ball was given at the hotel amt wm well uttenrleit hv sne’ptv neonle.— Excellent music by the Ritenour orchestra. Senatorial Convention. The Democratic Senatorial Convention for this district, composed of the counties of Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan, was held in Martinsburg on the 2Stli of August. D. C. Westeuhaver presided, and Percy Leiter was secretary, assisted by Democratic editors preseut. The usual committees were ap pointed, they reported, a platform was adopt ed and an executive committee, as follows, appointed : Berkeley, H. T. Cushwa, Dr. Strode. J. D. Kilmer; Jefferson, Col. J. Garland Hurst, R. W. Morrow, D. Billmyer; pa, K. Hunter, C. P. Jack, T. H. Hodg son. Nominations next in order, the Mor 1 gan county delegation claimed the right to name the candidate, which was resisted, whereupon the delegates trom that county withdrew from the convention, leaving the field practically clear for Mr. Catlett, who was declared the nominee of the party by a vote of 38 to 8, after which the nomination was made unanimous. The Morgan delegation aud part of the Berkeley delegation held a convention and nominated Hon. A. R. Unger. Which is worse, imprisonment torlifeor a life-long disease, like scrofula, for exam ple? The former, certainly, would be pre ferable were it not that Ayer’s Sarsaparilla can always come to the rescue and give; the poor suueici ueauu, sucugtn «»u uappiness. tn Metnoriam. The goldeu bowl i» broken, the silver chord is loosed, and the gentle spirit of Mattie \ . Turner has winged its everlasting flight to her Father God. Mrs. Turner was the wife of Dr. Charles B. Turner, of Snickersville, Loudoun county, Yirgiuia. and the only child of T. M. Osburn. Her death occurred on Monday morning, August 27th, 1894.— She had been sick a few days only with neu ralgia, which gave uo indication of its fatal ending until Sunday evening, when it at tacked the heart. With a disposition as gentle as the zephyr that is borne on sum mer’s breeze, she was beloved by all who i knew her. Idolized by an aged father and mother, she has goue before them, leaving a heart-broken husbaud and two little girls, [■ and with them to mouru her death a large circle of relatives and friends. Her funeral took place on Thursday, and the services were conducted bv Rev. E. L. Wilson, as f sisted To act on the liver, and cleans the bowels, no other medicine equals, Ayer s Cathartic Pills. _ __ A tea will be given on the lawn of S'te , phenson Seminary Friday evening, to which aojadmission of 20 ceuts will be charged, the proceeds to go toward defraying the ex 9 penses of the proposed young men's reading 1 room. In additiou to the usual service of 1 tea, etc, ice cream aud cake may be bad by paving for them, and the pleasure of the 1 occasion will be bugely increased by a pro ? grame of music, recitatious, etc., uuder the 1 direction of Prof. Jerichau and Miss Lloyd —something nobody will want to miss. The establishment of the youug men’s reading 3 room is a matter in which all Charles Town 0 people are deeply interested—or ought to be, and we take it for granted they will be glad j of this opportunity to manifest their interest " in a substantial way a> well as to be delight I fully entertained. The cautata of “Ruth, the Moabitess,” will be given at the Parish House of the 5 Episcopal Church on Tuesday evening, Sep ! ternber 11, at 8 o’clock. The entire commu nity contributes its best voices to this enter prise, and a successful redition is insured. e The admission will be 25 cents, and the 0 proceeds will be devoted to the benefit ol r 1 the poor in our midst during the coming winter. Our experience la-*t year shqws that the formation of some such fund in om t town is as laudable and necessary an enter - ' prise as in the larger cities. Tickets on sale i- at Light 4 Watson’s. 1 >ee advertisement of Lewis Hell, tonsorial artist, at M&rtinsburg. He is an aeooin plished barber, and lias one of the hand " somest and bet-t equipped establishments if the State. Hath rooms, lavatories, indeed e everything of improved modorn style. e Thursday—to-morrow—will be Marylani g dav at Morgan s Grove. I he N. 4 W. wil w run a special train, which will pass Charles , Town at 0 05 a. m.; returning leave Morgan*! / Grove at 5.45 p. m. Round trip 45 cents. The grand stand, exposition and othei f buildiugs at Pimlico, Haitimore, were de I stroyed by tire >tr Jay aferuoou. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Go\ t report f n__■ i rh »# rrh. hotCR Maj. W. H. T. Lewis has returned from Rawley Spriugs. Mr. Alexander Richardson has returned to his home in Nebraska. Miss Anna Hughes has returned from a visit to friends in Virginia. Mr. R. S. P. Blackwell, of Baltimore, vis ited friends here on Sunday. Mrs. H. P. Hamill is at her father’s home in Montgomery county, Md. Miss Mary Hilbert is on a visit to relatives in Baltimore and Washington. Mr. Harry Beall, of New York City, vis ited his mother here last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reininger have return ed from the Bear Lithia Springs. Mrs. Rettberg, of Baltimore, is visitiog her daughter, Mrs. C. \V. Brown. Mr. C. Horace Gallaher came from Phil adelphia on Thursday morning last. Capt. John T. Pierce, of Mineral county, visited Maj. Ed. McDonald last week. Miss Kale Rainey, of Linden, Va., is vis iting the family of Mr. \Y. C. Ramey. Recently Hon. Geo. R. Wcndliug deliv ered u course of lectures on Loug Island. Miss Laura Howell, of Kerryville, is vis iting the family of Mr. Marcellus Kcrcheval. Mrs. C. Grimm aud daughter, Miss Bes sie, are visiting friends in Washington, D. C. Miss Bettie Crown, daughter of the editor of the Clarke Courier, is visiting Miss Lalla Craighill. Mrs. Jas. Law. Hoot! has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Hill, at Manas sas, Virginia. Miss Ella Fouke went to Washington to attend the funeral of her relative, Mrs. Nina Zimmerman. Mr. Jos. Davis and Mr. H. C. Cromwell, of Georgetown, D. C , registered at the Carter House last week. Mr. J. H. Boiler, wife and son, of Wash ington City, came Monday night to visit relatives in town. lion. Wm. L. Wilson left here yesterday morning for New York aud will sail from that port to-day for Europe. Miss Bettie Beller has returned from Washington City, where she has been visit ing the family of her brother. Hon. J. M. Mason returned from the City of Mexico last week, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Page, and child. l)r. R. V. Shirley, of Ceredo, Wayne couutv, has been spending a couple of weeks at til a » 5- *L:-- *• Misses Lillie and Lola Licklidcr, two very charming young ladies, of Roanoke, are vis iting the family of Mr. James Lloyd. Rev. H. P. Hamill and S. II. Landis at tended the district conference of the M. E. Church, South, at Stephen’s City, last week. Capt. W. II. Morrow, wife and son, of Louisiana, Mo., are on a visit to the home of the editor of the Advocate at Summit Point. Mrs. Chamberiayne, of Petersburg, Va., and daughters, who have been with the fam ily of Rev. Dr. Hopkins for some weeks, left last week for their home. Mrs. Bettie L. Brooke, wife of Col. Sam uel S. Brooke, of Roanoke, Va., and two children, Carey aud Venie, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson. Mr. J. Shirley Smith, who has been very sick with fever for the last four weeks, is now convalescing, me ie\er uuviug iciv uim a few days ago. If it does not return Mr. Smith will be able to go home in a short time.—Roanoke World, Aug. 30. We were pleased on Friday by a call from our former townsmau, Mr. W. B. Reed, now and for some years past a resident of King ston, Tennessee, and editor of the East Ten nessean. Mr. Reed’s wife accompanied him from Tennessee and is at her old home in Frederick county, Virginia. Time seems to have dealt gently with our old friend and he looks nearly as young as wheu lie wore the grey thirty years ago. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense ol smell and completely derange the whole sys tem wheu entering it through the mucous sur faces. Such articles should never be used ex cept on prescriptions from reputable physi cians, as the damage they do is ten-fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Hall’s'Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0., contains no mercury and is'taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buving Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure you gel the genuine. It is taken internally and is made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co Testimonials free. ?-frSold by druggists, price Toe. per bottle A paragraph aneut the meeting of th< Cleveland and Wilson Club at the court house ou the eveniug of the 2-">th of Augusi was prepared for publication but inadvert ently omitted from last week’s paper. Tht meeting was presided over by Mr. J. C Holmes, president ol the club, and was wel attended. Hinging speeches were made by Cols. F. W. Brown and If. 1’. Chew and bj Messrs. Benjamin Trapnell and Cleoi Moore. We have in the earnest voices heart ou the occasion a foretaste of what we shal have during the campaign. Billy Wilsot and tariff reform will be the slogan heart from valley to mountain top throughout tin district and State that will strike terror t< , the hearts and minds of the Republicans. We are pleased to learn that these and othe gentlemeu of our county gifted as publi speakers will give themselves heartily to tb work and not confine their efforts to th ‘ ‘‘pent up Utica” of old Jefferson. Col Chew, we understand, will be in demam ! throughout the district aud we trust he wil yield to the persuasions of the people wh want to hear him. He is an effectiv 1 speaker. The Winchester Presbytery will hold it< fall meeting at Kearneysville, September 11 and will celebrate its ceuteunial with specia services at Shepherdstowu on the following day. Bishop Peterkiu will preach at Chrisi Church, Blue Ridge, on Sunday morning September'Jtb, at 11 o’cbck, and at nighl at St. John’s Church, Ripon, at 8 o’clock and administer the rite of confirmation. We acknowledge from Mr. J. Baker Kear , fott a pocket edition of his new and com plete road and township map of Berkeley county. It should be in the possession oi every citizen of Berkeley’, and Jeflersor 1 county,too. At Winchester on Saturday Charles Tay lor, colored, during a quarrel struck Charlet Spencer, colored, with a baseball bat and fractured his skull. Speuccr is from Liv erpool, Ohio. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. Sk mw’BsamHMiar x.» Right Arm Paralyzed! Saved from St. Vitus Dance. “Our daughter, Blanche, now flf ' teen years of age, had been terribly afflicted with nervousness, and had lost the entire use of her right arm. We feared St. Vitus dance, and tried the best physicians, with no benefit. She has taken three bottles of^Djk pounds. Her nervousness and symp toms of St. Vitus dance arc entirely gone, she attends school regularly, and has recovered complete use of her arm, her appetite is splendid.” MRS. R. Ik BULLOCK, Brighton, N. Y. Dr. Miles^Nervine Cure£ Pr. Miles’ Nervine is sold on a positive guarantee that t ho first bottle will bene lit. All druggists sell it at $1,6 bottles for$T>, or It will bo Bent, prepaid, on receipt of price by tlio Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lud. ■ Notice to Bondholders.—Call for Bonds. _ To the holders of Jefferson county five pe: cent, semi-annual interest-bearing bonds o i the issue of 1880: Notice is hereby given that the principal am i accrued interest* of the bonds herein belov i named will be paid at the office of the slierif of Jefferson county, West Virginia, in Charles 1 Town said county on the 1st day of October 1894, and that the interest on said bonds wil on that dav. viz : Jefferson county bonds 5 per cent, issue of 1880, $500.00, Nos. 2!*. 4U 11. 42, 43, 44, 45, 40,47 and 48. Total, $5,000.00 Bv order of the court. ALBERT F. DAVIS, . Late Sheriff. County papers publish till Oct, 1st, 1894. Sept. 5, 1894. LEWIS BELL. TONSORIAL - ARTIST MARTINSBURG, W. VA. Best equipped Parlor in the State. Norn but the best workmen employed. Polite at tention given customers. A fine bath roon attached. Hot and cold baths at all times a reasonable prices. QUEEN STREET. Next door to Snodgrass's Drug Store. Sept. 5, 1891—1 yr. Executor’s Notice. The undersigned, executor of the will o James A. Hurst deceased, has duly quali tied as such in the clerk’s office of the count; ! court of Jefferson county. All persons bavin; claims against the said estate are requested t< present the same, duly proven, and all person | indebted to the estate wiil beexpc ted to mak prompt settlement. ‘ A. BYRNE HURST, Sept. 5, ’94—3t. Ex’r of James A Hurst. The Public Schools. The session of the Charles Town Grade | School will begin on ' j Monday, September 10,1804. On the ursi day of the session all pupils wil he enrolled. Old pupils will bring their grad I certificates, and new pupils will be examine and placed in their respective grades. No charg will be made in any of the grades for pupil from Charles Town District, or any of the sub districts of Charles Town District, and pupil : from other districts will bring their transfer: It is impossible to estimate the disadvantag of late entrance m l irregular attendance. 1 1 is hoped that pa'ents will co-operate with th [ teachers in help '; pupils maintain a good pc sition in their g- .des. Parents an*, therefor: urged to rememlcr that succc^i depends upo > prompt entrance and regular attendance, an also that interruption of study by absence i always injurious. Very small pupils will nc r be retained six hours per day. * Bv order of the School Board. WRIGHT DENNY, ; Aug. 29,1894—2t. Principal. Notice. i _ 1 Oa recount c*f the death of Mr. Siiqo ) Hirschman, all accounts due the firm of §. I Hirschman & Co , umst be settled within ( ’ l ,l.n from dale-Julv 12. 1891. July 15, 1591. ti. D. HIRSCHMAN A CO. WILSON - BILL SALE. Extra low prices arc the means we employ to move our entire light weight stock before August 31st. Do You Need a Suit or a Pair of Trousers ? Do you want to save half aiul more? Here is vour opportunity. We are going to sell ev ery dollar's worth of Light-weight Clothing in our immense stock before August 31st and we are willing to sell them below cost to accom plish our purpose. The Great Reduction Sale prices were low—now two and three dollars and more clipped off brings them to the lowest notch you have ever heard of for good reliable C Seeufe Men's Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $8.50 and $10.00. Little Bovs’ Suits at 75c., $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. F ■ kahn. The Leading Clothier, Sadler Block. SPRING AND SUMMER J DRESS GOODS i TRIMMINGS, &C., AT M. PALMBAUM & BRO. THE [ COLUMBIAN Building and Loan Association, OF RICHMOND, VA. CHARLES-TOWN, W. VA., BRANCH f LOCAL OFFICERS. ' President.Col. J so. Thus. Gibson. > Vice-President.Geo. S. Evstf.k. * Secretary and Treasurer.T. C. Greek. ’ Attorney.B. D. Gibson. DIRECTORS. Col. Jso. Taos. Gibson, Geo. S. Eysteb, J. F. Engle, B. D. Gibson, S. Hirschman, R. W. Morrow . Henry Dvmm, J. M. Masoh, Jr., 1 Dr. Jno. P. Bishop. I Stock in the Columbian is just as safe as s Government Bonds and pays five times the 1 revenue. For an outlay of JO cents a day it J will accumulate in seven years a fund of $1,000 8 — amotint actually invented, $50S. The differ - ence being accumulated interest compounded * monthly. Attention is directed to the paid-up stock in ® theColumbian, which is unequalled as to profit, t security and eqaitability. For further infor e mation call on T. C. GREEN, Local Secretary. T. P. LIPPITT, Local Agent. 1 E. B. THAW, General Agent, I Parkersburg, West Virgiuia. s June 27,1804.—9m. t --- For Sale or Rent. A neat and comfortable New Frame Dwel* ing, on Eagle avenue. Four rooms, cistern, good enclosure. Ac. Will be sold on reasona ble terms, and if desired may be arranged tc be carried in Building Association. If rented n possession may lie obtained at once. )* *July 4, 1S94—tf. HENRY DIMM. No morphine or onium 'n t' Mil*-' 1a» Turns. Curs All Pain. “Om .taUi*,*.’ GREAT BARGAIN SALE IN SUMMER GOODS AT HIRSCHMAN'S, MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING. THE NEWEST GOODS FOR SUMMER WEAR AT THE CASH STORE. -o SILKS—AN INVITING ASSORTMENT. FINE FABRICS IN WOOL DRESS GOODS. A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF WHITE AND COLORED WASH FABRICS. DRESS TRIMMINGS—NOWHERE BUT WITH US DO YOU FIND SUCH A VARIETY. MILLINERY—The High Character ol our Trimmed Hats, the Large Variety ol Styles and Beauty, and the Moderate Prices at which we sell them, have made our Millinery Business the Largest in Charles Town. Yours trul}”, BURNS & SHUGERT. SEE THE NEW LINE OF NOVELTIES, CANES, &C„ AT BROWN’S JEWELRY STORE. DON’T BUY SHODDY Hardware. It cost* you less to pay fer it when you carry it out of the store, hut in the end you RAY DEARLY for it. Years of studied experience ami a thorough acquaintance with the business has convinced us that it pays to handle ONLY THE BEST Heavy nncl Sliell Hardwarci A^ricul* tural Implements, Paints Oils, Glas>, Putty, Wheels, Shafts, Spokes and Hobs. Can fur nish any thing in the Hardware line of good reliablo goods and at moderate prices. Don't go by BEALL & COLEMAN. June A*, 1WH. _____ HENRY DUMM’8 NEW' STORE ROOM Has been made by Santa 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 accommodfted Fruit Cakes a Specialty. Oysters Fresh, Daily, and in quantities to suit customers. Henry Dumm. Stephenson Seminary. — KOR— Yount: Ladie.-*, CHARLES TOWN. WEST VIRGINIA. The next session will begin Tuesday, Sep tember 11th and close June 14th. For cata logue containing terms and other particulars, apply to either of the < o-principal*. REV. C. N. CAMPBELL. D. I>. MIBS C. L. LLOYD. M. A. Aug. 1. 1804—6t. Mrs. Kennedy Wiil reoi>en her school for Young Ladies and Little Girls September 10th, 1804. Teachers, Mm 8. H. BROWN. Mm M H. KENNEDY. Aug. 8, 1804—3m.* Nobody need hare Nenraigfa. Get Dr. Mlto* j Pain rliU from dragelsts. ‘ One cent a dose. _ _ -■ Fertilizers lor season oi ios*. The Fertilizers heretofore sold by W. F. 4 T. P. Lippitt are again offered to the farmer* of Jefferson and the neighboring count)ee. Only materials of the highest grade are used in their roanufa. ture. AromoniaU* are pro cure. 1 direct from the Weal; cbemfcala front importer*. Their preparation and *ale mud* der the immediate charge of Dr. W. F. Drilling qualitiea unsurpassed Analysis fully up to and above guarantee, quality believed to be unsurpassed by any in the market. Private mixtttrea of any kind piepareo promptly and accurately. iippitt Aug. 1. 1»I. W . F. UJ FITT. Ice. Wood, Hay, &c. The undersigned will supply the public with Ice, Wood Hay. Timothy heed. In*h and Sweet Potatoes. Old Corn by the Barrel, Wa termelons on Ice, and Fruits in Season. Office in Hire, liman Building, on Main street where Mr. John Oden will give attention to orders. July l". MARSHALL BURNS. I ,_——♦ - —'* _