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I (Aid Jamilu Journal.
April 10. 1*93 Easter next Sunday. I Butter paper at Beard's. I Butterick’s patterns at Beard’s. I A carload of salt received by PenU. | Curtain poles, any length, at Beard s. § Medicated meat sacks af C. B. Eby s. I Goose feathers for «ale by S. H. Landi*. ■' Embroideries and laces at Palmbauins . Silver skin onion sets at Aisquith A Cos. l’aas' egg dyes, t» colors for 5c., at C. D. L Eby’s. I Gum camphor and moth balls at Aisquith H A Co’s. I pure Persian insect powder at Aisquith 1 A Co’*. I Peerless paper sacks for sale by 5*. H. jjt Landis. I Subscriptions taken for any periodical at Bff- Beard’s. k For dress goods and trimmings see Palm B baums’. i Smith’s egg noodler, 5c. a package, at C. B D. Eby’s. § Percales, ginghams, shirtinc*, cilie-**, A I™ at Palmbaum-t'. Great reduction in cottons and cambrics at Palmbaum’s. For table liuens, towels, bed spreads, etc., see Palmbaurn's. Tanglefoot fly paper, small and large size, | a’ Aisquith A Co’s. Fine kidney beans 10c. per qt., for sale by W. S. Merchant. Ker. \V. O. Eggleston spent a few hours 1 __- i-.. Big cut iu price* of wall paper ami win dow shades at Beard's. Trilby scarf pins in sterling silver at Brown's jewelry store. special bargains in black dress goods at M. Palmbaum A Bro's. Roller process dour, $3 per barrel; <5 eta. quarter barrel, at Pentz's. Sheeting aud pillow case cotton reduced in price at S. H. Landis s. Special bargains in black dre*s goods at M. Palmbaum A Brother’s. New York Seed Rose Potatoes for sale at C. 1>. Eby’s, HootT building Apple butter, and current and apple jelly only 4c. a lb. at C. D. Eby’s. A full stock of Landreth's celebrated gar den seeds at Aisquith A Co’s. Hold dust buff cochiu eggs $1.00 per set ting, for sale l*y 8. H. Landis. Copperas, sulphur, carbolic acid and chlo ride of lime at Aisquith A Co’s. A new stock of dress goods just received at half last year’s prices, at Pentz’s. Brown A Hood's stock of garden seeds is full and fre*h from the best seedsmen. Sterling silver belt buckles, belt pins, this spring’s styles, at Brown's jewelry store. New York Early Rose Seed Potatoes, very fine quality, for sale by \\ . 3. Merchant. Pure Java coffee 30c. a lb. at Pentz’s and % i;ood loose roasted coffee for 20c. per lb. Bookmarks, sterling silver, 25c and 50c., no need to pay more. Brown, the jeweler. Hat pins, hair pins, sterling silver, pre vailing styles only, at Brown’s jewelry store. “Cows out" was the verdict by a vote of 05 to 58at Harper’s Ferry on Saturday week. Light A Watson will receive orders for Paster dowers. Make application at once. A line of fine box papers and envelopes at reduced prices at Brown A HootTs drug store. New percals, white spreads, towels, laces, embroidery at lowest prices at Burns « J?nu gerfs. Easter ecclesiastical souvenir spoons in sterling silver, 50c. and #1, at Brown’s jew elry store. Chamois skins 'sponges, insect powder and insect powder guns at Brown A H©off's drug store. Mr. Gustav Brown ha* about fifty ice cream tub*, ail size*, fre-bly painted and ready for use “John Brown's Fort,” which was removed from Harper’s Ferry to Chicago, is to be used as a -table. Will pay the highest market price for but ter. eggs, chickens, bacon, potatoes and lard at S. H. Landis’s. I>avis seed sugar corn $2 a bushel; red mion set* Sc. per qt.; white onion sets 10c. per qt, at Pent*’*. F<>r coughs and cold* use Emulsion Cod Liver Oil and Wild Cherry Bark, prepared by Light A Watson. Wanted.—Old China, Bric-a-brac, Relics, ^ Address John Trehlig, 0 North How ard street, Baltimore. New novelties in sterling silver—would make neat Easter token-—inexpensive—at Brown’s jewelry store. Four can* of tomati>e* tor 25c.; 1 cans of corn for 25c ; navy beans 7c. a quart ; rice k a pound at Pentz’s. l>r. Humphrey*’Specifics No. 27 and 30 cure kidnev and bladdet trouble. Price 25c. each ; at your druggist'*. Try Brown A Hooff * Sarsaparilla when you need a blood purifier. For sale at the drug store of Brown A Hooff. A large assortment of hair brushes, tooth bru-be*. nail aud lather brushes at all prices at Brown A Hooff'* drug store. White dre** goods, ginghams percales, ducks, Hamburg*, lace, all kinds of lining*, etc., very cheap, at i*. H. Landis’*. M. Palmbaum A Bro are receiving a fine •election of dress good, »iik*, trimming*, Ac. Their price* always suit the community. Now is the time to prevent your hand* and face from chapping. You can do so by u»iug Light A Watson’s Glycerine Lotion. Geo. W, Johnson, of this county, has b«en appointed a member af the board of direc tors of State normal school* for four years. Children Cry for Personal. Miss Snodgrass, of Martinsburg, has been visiting Miss Bettie Sublette. Miss Bessie Taylor, of Hillsboro, Loudoun county, lias been visiting Mrs. Wm. Camp I bell. ’ .Miss Mary Ma<on returned on Friday from a visit to her uncle, ex Gov. Holliday, ! in Winchester. Gen. T. G. Baylor has recently been sur veying the lands of Mr. Shepherd, near Sbepherdstown. Misses Ella and FannieTrapnell, of Mid dletown, Md., have been visiting the family of Mr. Joseph Trapnell. Miss Mary A. Bell, of Washington, D. C., has been visiting the family of Mr. W. F. Welrick, at “Fair View.” Miss Julia Johnston aud Mr Lewis Bai ley. from near Middleway, visited the family of Mr R. B. Lucas last week. Mis- Florence llotlmaster, of Brownsville, Md., who has been visiting the family of \ Mr. R. B. Luca*, has returned home. Rev II. 1*. Bamill and wile returned from j Conference !?atuiday afternoon ia*t, aud have j been busy preparing to vacate tin* parsonage. Mr Wm Campbell has returned from ! V-s - ' I., where he has hren attending io me Campbell mills during hi- other's trip to Europe. Miss Clara C. Farliu, who has made a two week's visit pleasant to the folks at “Mt. Parvo,” returned to her home in Washing ton City on Monday at noon. Miss Re na Black more, after an absence of some weeks, has returned and is with her aunt, Mrs. Swann, corner of Liberty and George streets, where she is prepared to do mantua maker’s work iu all its lines. In Charles Town, April 3rd, 189-3, at the home of the bride’# parents at six p. m., by the Rev. A. A. P. Neel, Mr. John A. lloff rnaster and Mis# Isabell Lucas—both of this county, were united in matrimony. The bride was handsomely attired in a suit of dark cream cloth, trimmed in rich brown Telvet, and carried a bouquet of white and red carnations. The groom wore the con ventional black. The bridesmaids were Misses Florence Hoffmaster, of Brownsville, Md., and Ida Lucas, sister of the bride.— The groomsmen were Mr. Lewis Bailey, friend of the groom, and Mr. John Lucas, brother of the bride. After the ceremony was performed the parents gave a delightful reception. Many presents were received.— The happy couplo will make their future home at Millville, this county. \\ e wish them a long and happy married life. May their path be strewn with flowers. We wish them all the happy congratulations through life, many friends aud much prosperity. By a Friend. Town papers aud Register please copy. Some money is greatly needed for the maintenance of the Reading Room for men, and this desirable and elevating institution is wholly dependent upon a generous co op eration of the community with the lady managers The ladies have decided to have a “tea ’ at the room ou Tuesday, lGth inst., beginning at 1 o'clock and continuing thro the evening, at which time coffee, chocolate, biscuits, ices and cake will be served. I be ladies hope for a good attendance. The time for a lecture in behalf of the room by Postmaster General Wilson cannot just now be named, but it is a treat ahead of us. Among the recent contributions is a valuable tuap sent by Mr. Wilson; and the official Patent Office Gazette will be received regularly. There is much very choice reading matter on the tables and shelves of the room, and the ladies are grat ified that so many young men avail them selves of the advantages thus afforded them without money and without price. Mrs Fannie O'Bauuou, widow of the late Alfred O’Bannou and lister of the late se nior editor# of this paper, died at the home of her son, Mr. H. C. O’Bannon, in North Springfield, Missouri, at 1 o’clock, a. m.i Sunday, March 31st—aged 83 years. Her remains were interred iu Maple ParkCeme terv. ?he nail tong oeen » wiueut ui Springfield—having gone them to be with a beloved daughter who died several years ago. We learn by the brief note announcing her death that she has been in failing health for a year past and that her final sickness was of six weeks’duration. We are quite sure she had tender ministrations ot sons and friends, and we trust she is now of the mul titude in white robes who have gone up “out of great tribulatiou.” Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they connot reach the seat of the disease. I a tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take inter nal remedies. Had s Catarrh C lire is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall s Catarrh t urc is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one ot the best physicians in this country fur years, and is a regular prescription. It is imposed of the be»t tonics known, com bined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surface*. The per fect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney A Co , Toledo, O. 8~?“Sold by Druggists, 75c. The apj*ointnient of Kev. H. P. Ilamill to the presidency of Wesleyan Female In stitute at Staunton, is. no doubt, a wise thing in the interest of that institution. He has fine administrative ability that will b« faith fully and unselfishly exercised, aud in other respects he will prove an excellent head to that great school tor girls. He expects to assume charge immediately upon the expi ration of the scholastic year in .Tunc. A revival of business is very apparent in most branches of trade. The Spirit says: | “The trade of Messrs Win. Phillips A Sons indicate a decided building boom for this seasoo. Their sales of lumber last week, Mr. Robt H. Phillips informs us, were greater than any week in the firm « history, aggregating 150,000 feet. New furniturer. wall paper and queens wate at G. K. Hughes. Pitcher’s Castoria. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest Tj. S. Gov’t Report R __ Powder Absolutely pure Church Sotes Rev. Julian Broadus will preach at Sum mit Point Sunday, April 14, at 3 p. m. Winchester Presbytery will meet at Wood stock, Ya., on April lGtb, instead of April 2d, as heretofore announced. Rev. J. P. Stump will preach his initial sermon as pastor of the M. E Church, So., in Charles Town, on Sunday morning next. ! Nine candidates for admission to the Bap- j ti«t Church were baptized last Sunday—one at the morning and eight at the evening service. The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper in the Presbyterian Church will he on the sec ond Sunday in April; the usual services; Friday and Saturday preceding. Dr. Hop- •< kins expects the assistance of Rev. Mr. Stribling, of Berry viHe. St. Andrew's Parish. LENT, 1695. ! i I \V. L. Gray \tt, W. P. Chrisman, ! Rector. Assistant. ( ZION CHURCH. ' IIOLY WEEK. Monday.7.30 a. 111. 5.00 p. iu. Tuesday.7 30 a. m. 5.00 p. m. I Wednesday.7. 3. a. in. 5.00 p. in. Maunday-Thursday .7.30 a. iu. 5.00 p. m. i Good Friday.11.00 a. m. 5.00 p. ui. ( < Easter Eve, (Saturday).3.30 p. m. i EASTER SVNIUY. 1 i Holy Communion. 7.30 a. m. * Morning Prayer. Sermon and Holy , Communion.11.00 a. m. - Children's Easter Service. 4.00 p. m. * The Bishop will preach and administer the ^ rite of Confirmation Easter Sunday, at 11 a. m. If vam nrA in Chnrle* Town and want to t see One of the prettiest sights you ever wit nessed take n walk out to the flower reposi tory of Messrs, l’ennock & Busck. It is a i treat to any one to see so many beautiful flowers. It makes one think when he en ters that he is going into another world, so rich and sweet is the perfume that greets him.—If. F. Sendnfl. Mr. Wm. Campbell is now on the road contracting for bark of the coming peel.— Chestnut, Spanish, red and white oak barks will command prices fully equal to those paid last year. Black oak, however, will be low, owing to slack demand aud large stocks, and its peel should be discouraged this sea son. ' Mr. .f. Roland Show, of Shepherdstown I: and Miss Carrie Brantncr, of Duflialds, were married by Rev. I)r. A. C. Hopkius on Monday afternoon, at the residence of Mr. | G. E. Wysong, in this town. There was a * reception at the home of the groom’s parents in Shepherdstown samt evening. a A splendid syrup for 20 cents per gallon, j Coal oil, 150 test, 10c. per gal.; navy beans j 8c. per qt., macaroni 10c. per paper; 4 lbs. t fine prunes for 25c.; currants 4c. per lb ; corn starch 7c. per paper ; ginger snaps 5c. per lb.; water and soda crackers 5c. per lb , , at S. H. Laudis’s. Mr. David Weil,of Martinsburg, received a a letter last week announcing the death ol , ^ his father, Mr. Philip Weil, at his home in | ° Mannheim, Baden, Germany, at the age of j g ninety years and eight months. Mrs. \\ m. v Kahn, of this town, is a granddaughter of » the deceased. | Mr. C'. H. Trail, our enterprisiug miller, is making arrangements for putting in a hlty barrel roller process in ms amruuj t large flouring mill, and then he will be able j r to furnish the best flour the market atfords ' ( at reasonable prices.—II. F. Sentinel. Work has been commenced ou a large ' brewery to be built by .lames McGraw at ^ Harper’s Ferry. The building, which will i cost $25,000, is to be of stone and brick.— ' The brewery, it is expected, will give ern- , ployment to fifty or sixty men. “Bryant’s” patent backhand hooks, lawn j 1 hose, reel and rakes, garden plows with four j ! attachments, bicycle supplies, binder twine, ‘ harvesting oil, single and double shovel ( plows (Brown’s) at Beall & Coleman’s. A few days ago Mr. Geo. H.Turner, while t engaged in repairing some part of the ina- t chinery at the Bloomory mills, was struck , by aboard and severely hurt about the back. He has been in town since. Miss Rosa L. Roberts, of Shenandoah Junction, and Mr. Charles E. Tipton, of Front Royal, were united iu marriage iuthe Presbyterian Chapel at the former place j Wednesday afternoon last. Stand up carpet stretchers for sale or rent. Martingale chains, saddle and breast strap pad-, Hammock- and hammock stretchers, patent steel riding and driving whips, at Beall & Coleman’s, Columbia refrigerators, ice picks, ice cream freezers, the leader “Rixford’ ax, car load of fresh Cumberland hydraulic cement ju-t arrived at Beall & Coleman s. The “Mountain House” at Bolivar will be opened soon by Mr. I-. M. l’ennock, who had the management of it and successfully con ducted it last year. Mrs. John McArthur, of Bolivar, knows how to to manage the sedentary hen. The Sentinel says “she had seventy chickens hatched in January.” When you want writing paper and envel opes, go to Beard’s, mention your price and vou will get what you want. From the cheapest to the best. Those who wish smooth skins and a soap j strictly pure will try Brown & Hooff’s witch hazel skin soap, for sale only by Brown & Hooff, druggists. Thirty years yesterday since the surrender ! at Appomattox._ Children Cry for 'Pitcher’s Castorla* Popular Excursion to Washington City Thursday, April 18th. The last of the series of popular excur sions from this section to the National Cap ital via B. & O. R. R. is announced for Thursday, April 18th, when the same train arrangements and low rates that were in ef fect on the previous excursions will prevail. Those who have not taken advantage of the previous excursions should not fail to em brace this opportunity to see the National Capital. The severe weather of the past winter is o\er and the genial warmth of ;arly spring will make traveling more com fortable. The public buildings, museums, irt galleries and institutions will be open !'or free inspection and delightful side trips :an be made to points of interest near by.— Baltimore, Annapolis, Mt. Vernon and Rich nond are all within easy reach of the Na ional Capital. A visitor’s guide to Wash ngton, issued by the B. & O. R. R. Co., riving a synopsis of the public buildings ind attractions at the Capital and details of he excursion, train schedules, rates, etc., ■an be had by applying to any B. it O. agent. We give below a list of stations showing he time of trains and rates of fare : leave a. m. a. m. p. m. rate Vinchester .6.00 11.-50 7.02 2.70 itephenson .0.00 11.00 7.12 2.55 Vadesville.0.19 11.10 7.22 2.40 Summit Point.0.29 11.20 7.32 2.25 'harles Town.:...0.40 11.47 4.51 2.00 1alltown.6.55 11.57 8.01 1.85 iillvillc.7.00 p.m. 8 00 1.75 larper’s Ferry.7.08 12.10 8.15 1.05 andy Hook.7.14 12.12 . 1.6.) Vashington.Ar.9.20 2.10 10 30 . Correspondingly low rates from other sta ions. Tickets will be good teu days. For guide to points of interest in Wash nglon, address nearest B. & O. agent. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she dung to Castoria. When she had Children, sho gave them Castoria. For Councilman. Ei>. Free Press: Announce Mr. GEORGE WASHINGTON for re-election as a Council* lan for the 3d Ward. He has served the poo le wisely and faithfully and his^ services louhl be retained. Many Voters. Ah to Prices. Our prices nro always low, and this season o think you are getting a better quality, better style and a little more for this low rice than ever before. We want your trade, nd no matter whether you nre a large or mall buyer we shall make prices that will isure your staying with ua. It is easy to >ok into this matter, and you run no possi lc risk in satisfying yourself before you buy. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. As to Style. Don’t wait until the last moment if you atend dropping in to see our beautiful dis lay of spring styles. It is an important dvantage to buyers to see a reliable unbro en stock early in the season. A visit to ur store will certainly result in making you rell informed regarding the new styles.— uch information will be of value to you | rhenever and wherever you mako your pring selection, as you certainly will be the etter judge of styles after seeing our large ' Wm. Kahn. .1* to Quality. It pays to keep the best. It pays to buy lie best. No merchant can achieve perrna ent success who deals in inferior goods )ur study of this business convinces us that n order to secure and hold the patronage of utelligent people you must ofier tlu-m the erv highest standard of quality. This is rhat we do, and the best can always be so ured at our store. W)I. Kahn, Leading Clothier, Sadler Big. An to Assortment. We are able to offer a superior assortment n every department of our new stock. In act we claim our line is now the most com dete ever shown to the people of this vicin ty. Great pains, much careful study and u industrious search among the bargain entre« of the best markets has enabled us o gather together a collection of seasonable iew goods, which in quality, style and heau y and far-reaching variety is the success of iie season. _Wm. Kahn. Right Arm Paralyzed! Saved from St. Vitus Dance. “Our daughter, Blanche, now fif teen years of age, had been terribly afflicted with nervousness, and had lost the entire use of her right arm. We feared S*. Vitus dance, and tried the best ph icians, with no benefit. She has ta .on three bottles of Dr. Miles’ Nervine and hat gained 31 pounds. Her nervousness and symp toms of St. Vitus dance are entirely gone, she attends school regularly, and has recovered complete use of her arm, her appetite is splendid.11 MBS. E. E. BULLOCK. Brighton, N. V. Dr. Miles’ Nervine Cures. Dr. Miles* Nervine is fold on a poslttr® guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. All druggists sell it at $1,6 bottles for $5. or It will Ihj sent, prepaid, on receipt of prf by the Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, 1-0. 1895 SPRING. 1895 For the Finest CLOTHING, Giving to the wearer Ease, Elegance and Endurance you must see our NEW SPRING and SUMMER STOCK. For Fit, Finish and Fashion our Goods are Unexcelled and we lead the land in low prices and BEST QUALITIES. WM. KAHN. The Leading Clothier, Sadler Block. THE COLUMBIAN Building and Loan Association, OF RICHMOND, VA. CHARLES-TOWN, W. VA., BRANCH LOCAL OFFICERS. President.Col. Jno. Thos. Gibson. yice-Prcsident. Geo. 8. Evstek. Secretary and Treasurer.T. C. Gbken. ittoruey.B. D. Gibson. DIRECTORS. Pol. Jxo. Tiios. Gibson, Geo. 8. Eystf.b, r. F. Engle, B. D. Gibson, 3. Hibschman, R. W. Moebow, Henry Dimm. J. M. Mason, Jr., Dr. Jno. P. Bi-uop. Stock in the Columbian is just as safe as Government Bonds and pays live times the revenue. For an outlay of 20 cents a day it will accumulate in seven years a fund of $1,000 —amount actually invested, $508. The differ ence being accumulated interest compounded monthly. , ,, ... Attention is directed to the paid-np stock jn theColumbian, which is unequalled as to profit, security and equitability. For further infor mation call on T. C. GREEN. Local Secretary. T. P. LIPP1TT, Local Agent. E. B. THAW, General Agent, Parkersburg, West Virginia. June 27.1894.-9m. One pound bag Smoking Tobacco for 20c. at C. D. EBY’S. , New Citron and Raisins at low prices at L. L\ EBY'S, Hooff building. Gelatin. Puddine, Corn Starch, etc., at C. D. EBY’S, Hooff building. New Hominy, Beans, Peas, Oatmeal, etc., at C. D. EBY’S, Hooff building. Just received a new line of tinware which will sell at new tariff prices, at C. I). EBY’S, Hooff building. . Arbuckle’s, Levering sand Enterprise Coflee, also Mexican Coffee, with each package of which is given a silver-plated teaspoon, and the purchaser is entitled to guess at the num her to get a handsome silver sugar bowl and spoon holder, free, at C. D. EB\ S Hooff building. . . , , . Handsome steel engraving with frame, cheap, at C. D. EBY'S, Hoofl’ building. Steers for Sale. A carload of stock steers just arrived and for sale—well bred ones. They are to be sold at the price of common ones. We do not al low ourselves to be undersold or overbid at any time. Come and see them—at Caleb Burns s farm near Ripon. WALLA BURNS. Live Stock Dealers. Ripon and Charles Town. Jan. 9,1895. ___ Strayed or Stolen From my farm a large black barrow, probablv weighs 200 lbs., black all over except the tail, which is white; a large thoroughbred Berk shire boar, and two shoats that weigh about00 lbs. each. For fuller particulars apply to_ Oct. 24, 1894. E. L. WAGER. Our Job Counters Now are a wonder to all. Men's $12 to $15 suits qualities unsurpassed, we have marked $8. Men's light-weight overcoats, now $4.50. were $12. A lot of hats. $2.00. Men's fine kid lined gloves, were$l. now 50c.—a nice, clean aFJane 23, 1894. GEO. H. HAG LEY. Salesmen Wanted To sell NON-NICOTINE MIDGET CIGARS. Samples free. Salary or Commission. Good sideline. Address, LANDIS A CO., Feb. 20, 1895. Shij nsburg, Pa. BARGAINS. CLEARING OUT SALE. ENTIRE DRY GOODS STOCK. GREAT BARGAINS. Everything in our Dry Goods Department Must be Sold. Nothing will be Reserved. Come and take somo of the Bargains home with you. S. I). HIRSCHMAN & CO. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR BARGAINS AT THE CASH STORE. BARGAINS I is Millinery, Dress Goods, Ladies’ and Children’s Coats, Blankets, Comforts, Ladies’. Children’s and Men’s Under wear, Carpets, Bugs, &c., &c. The Season is Advancing; we will give you Bargains in Sea sonable Goods. Respectfully, BURNS & SHUGERT. 1894. I89^ BROWN’S JEWELRY STORE With pleasure we annonncc to our many Customers thatoir Kail Stock of Goods has arrived. A little soon you may think, but when you consider how laborsome it is to push a crowd in order to make your selection a couple of days before Christmas, you will agree that we are right. Beautiful Pieces of Solid Silver in Late and Unique Designs « Also Plate Goods, durable and useful, and suitable for Wedding Pres ents. Our Jewelry Department will continue each week to have val uable additions made. Assuring our Customers full value we solicit an early call. CHAS. W. BROWN, THE JEWELER. SPRING AND SUMMER. Lightning and Blizzard Ice Cream Freezers. Columbia Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Picks. Lemon Squeezers, Matting Tacks, Tack Hammers and Pullers, Bush Trim mers, Backhand Sets, STEP LADDERS, Garden Plows, Burpee Garden Seed, Stand Up Carpet Stretchers, Plain. Barbed and Galvanized Wire, Wire Screen Doors and Windows, Ponltrv .Vetting, Steel Riding and Driving Whips, Hammocks, Bird Cages, Call, Dinner and Dbor Bells, Butter Prints, Churns, Chain and Bucket Pumps, Wheelbarrows, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Razors and Razor Straps, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Gliaranteed Shears ami Scissors, Cum Planters, Hay Rakes, Plows and Wagons. Deering Harvesters and Mowers, Spring and Lever Harrows, The new Calf Weaner. Good Quality of Sugar, Tea and Tablespoons. BEALL & CO I j EM AN. HENKY DDMM’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 accommodated Fruit Cakes a Specialty. Oysters Fresh, Daily, and in quantities to suit customers. Henry Humm. M. PALM BAUM & BRO. have received the latest styles FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. ALSO BL AN KETS, UNDER WEAR,HOSIERY AT LOW TARIFF PRICES. I M. PALM.BAUM & BRO.