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April 24. I.S93.1
You Have Bought A Now [ Dress? I Then I Get f A Pattern ' At Beard's. carload of salt received by Pent/. I Medicated meat sacks at 0. D. Eby 's. Hoo*e feathers for sale by S. H. I.andis. Embroideries and lace* at Palmbuum*’. Silver skin onion sets at Aisquith A Co’s. Pass’ egg dyes, ft colors for 3c., at C. D. hby ». Hum camphor and moth balls at Aisquith | A Co’s. Pure Per.siau insect powder at Aisquith | A Co’s. Peerless paper sacks for sale by S. H. j Landis. For dress goods and trimmiug* see Palru K .sums’. Smith's egg m-odler, 3c. a package, at C. I D. Eby’s. Percales, ginghams, shirtings, calicos, Ac. s'. Paluibaums'. < treat reduction in cottons and cambrics at Palmbaum's. For table linens, towel*, bed spreads, etc., «ee Palmbaum’s. Tanglefoot Hy paper, small and large size, at Aisquith A CV*. Fine kidney bean* l'V. per qt., for sale by H’. S. Merchant, Special bargains in black dress goods at u. laimoaum v\ nrus. Holler process dour, #3 per barrel; 75 eta. quarter barrel, at Peutz’s. Sheeting and pillow case cotton reduced in price at S. H. Landis's. Special bargains in black dress goods at M. Palmbaum A Brother’s. Apple butter, and current and apple jelly i• a y Ic. a lb. at C. D. Eby’s. \ tall stock of l.andreth’s celebrated gar den »erda at Aisquith A Co’s. i mid dust buff cochin eggs fl.OO per set ting, for sale by S. H. Landis. Copperas, sulphur, carbolic acid aud 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. Br,»wn A Hood'’a stock of garden seeds is full and fresh from the best seedsmen. Sterling silver belt buckles, belt pins, this spring’s styles, at Brown's jewelry store. Pure Java coffee 30c. a lb. at Pentz’s and a good loose roasted coffee for 2^c. 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. A line of tine box papers aud envelopes s: reduced prices at Brown A Hood's drug store. New percale, white spreads, towels, laces, embroidery at lowest prices at Burns A t^hu gert’s. Chamois skins, sponges, insect powder and insect powder guns at Brown A Hnoff’s drug store. Just received a large line of queen>ware by import—prices cheaper than ever—at S. H. Landis's. Will pay the highest market price for but aklolrArui l.ao.m Qn<) lard . at S. H. Landis's. I 1'avis seed sugar coru $2 a bushel; red nion sets Sc. per qt.; white onion sets 10c. >] I per qt , at l'entz’s. j Wanted.—Old China. Bric-a-brac, Relics, j V\ \ddresa John Treblig, 9 North How- j ard street, Baltimore. « F ur can# of tomatoes tor 23c.; 1 cans of * :n for 2oc; navy beans 7c. a quart: rice ( 4c a pound at Pent*’*. * ! r j ercolen, fibre chamois, grass cloth, 1 ena, crinaiene, cambric# aud other lining*. * cheap, see > H. Landis. Try Brown A 11 off's Sarsaparilla when ( y u need a blood purifier. For sale at the i drug store of Browu A Hooff. ( Just received a large line of gingbauis, 1 percals, drew* duck, salines and other dress I good*, cheap, at S. H. Landis's, i A large assortment of hair brushes, tooth * rushes, nail aud lather brushes at all price# * l a* Brown A Hooff'# drug store. | White dress good*, gingham* percales, [ . »*. hamburg*. lace, all kind* of linings, ?'■<', very cheap, at Jv H. Landis’s. M. Palmbaum A Bro. are receiving a fine s j S' ection of dres* good, silks, trimmings, Ac. ! I Their prices always suit the community. J Those who wi*h smooth skins and a soap 1 | *tr " y pure will try Brown A Hooff'* witch 1 *arel skin soap, fo» sale only by Brown A 1 H it, druggists. C .imbia refrigerators, ice picks, ice IT. am freezers, the leader "Buford" ax, car *1 f fresh Cumberland hydraulic cement I just arrived at Beall A Coleman's. -'and up carpet stretchers for sale or rent. Martingale chains, saddle and breast strap 1 pads, Hammocks and hammock stretchers, i | patent steel riding and driving whips, at : I Beall A Coleman’#. J I I Bryant’s” patent backhand hooks, lawn j j reel a.,j rakes, gardcu plow* with four ^ ' I attachments, bicycle supplies, binder twine, i * I ParTe«tiug oil, single and double shovel l i plow* Brown'#' at Beall A Coleman's. I I'espit® the drenching rain 5,0u0 people 1 ! through the doors of the monster can- I [ va*‘. uclneed park yesterday, to w ituess the rf' rmance given by Pawuee Bill’s Wild which delighted everybody.—Arran* j i " Miming Timr*. Children Cry for l^itcher’s Castorla, The sad tidings of the death of Mrs. Ka tie L. Ferguson, wife of Key. S. G. Fergu son, reached here by telegram to Ilev. J.P. tstump on Sunday morning. Her death, at one a. ui. Sunday, at Fredericksburg, Vir ginia, where her husbaud is in charge of the M. E. Church, South, after a short ill ness ot pneumonia, falls, a crushing be reavement, on a loving husband and seven young children—six daughters and a sou, the latter a babe of six weeks. As wife, mother and friend she was devoted, unsel fish and true; as a Christian, unswerving in faith in God and loyal to her church. If she had faults they were known only to Him in whose sight the very heavens are unclean. She is nut, for God hath takeu her, aud it is His to send comfort to the stricken ones who mourn their loss— “ Till the night is gone, And with the morn those angel faces stuile Which we have loved long since, and lost awhile." Funeral services were conducted Monday in Fredericksburg by Bishop Gran be ry and R*v. Kutnsey Smithson, and at night the re mains reached Charles Town, accompanied by Mr. Ferguson and three daughters and Messrs. Brent aud Edriogtou. official mem bers of the Fredericksburg church, and were taken to Methodist parsonage. < > n Tues iliv n ■ - the interment was in “ Edge cemetery ” near the grassy mounds of three beloved children. The burial service was conducted by Rev. J. P. Stump, exist ed by Revs. Strother and Neill of Shep herdstown. Appropriate bymus were sung by the church choir. There was a large at tendance of sympathetic friend*, ami there was a profusion of exquisite dowers. The residence of Mr. J. A.Engle, two miles northwest of Harper’s Ferry, was burned Friday afternoon, it is alleged, by an incen liary servant girl. Thegial had been living in the family several months aud became Jissatisded and left that dnv. Just before itartiug, it is alleged, she went to the garret in 1 set the house on tire. Mrs. Engle saw jer coming down the stairs with a box of _i L i I.Ci .► MAIVUW >U MV. .MV .v,,vvl ind Mrs. Engle went to the garret toexain ne and found that apartment in Hame9.— the gave the alarm, but the house could not >e saved. Most of their furniture was de* itroyed. The girl went to Harper’s Kerry, o which place Mr. Engle followed her and irrested her. She came from Washington, o which place she intended to go ou the irst train. The residence was built only a ew years ago and was insured for $1,400, >ut the loss is much greater. The girl was odged in jail here Saturday afternoon. Catarrh Cannot be Cured vith LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they ronnot reach the seat of the disease. Ca arrh is a blood or constitutional disease, md in order to cure it you must take inter tal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takcu nternally, and acts directly on the blood md mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure s not a quack medicine. It was prescribed >y one nt the best physicians in this country or years, aud is a regular prescription. It s composed of the best tonics known, com >ined with the best blood purifiers, acting lirectly on the mucous surfaces. The per* ect combination of th. two ingredients is rhat produces such wonderful results in rnring Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. fa?“jjold by Druggists, 75c. The petit jurors for the May term of the fetferson efreuit court (summoned to appear in the 22d are as follows; John T. iehaull i. L. Moler, D. J. Miller, John H. Quigley, rtiomas Geary, Geo. W. Colbert, G. N. doore, E lgar It. Sponceller, George Duke, iV. W. Whitmore, John L. Lewis, Howard JcKee, Charles C. Henkle, Marshall Burns, ?eas. E Harris, Joseph Eackles, R. L. Shilling, J. C. Tabler, Geo. W. Walker, S. 4. Higiubotham, W. O. Norris, W. W. Yentzell, John J. Kable, W. M. Rice, (’has. V. Conrad, William Line, Davis Barringer, . K P. Leslie, Thos. W. Hammond and J. L Nicely. l'awnee Bill's Historical Wild West.— .'his truly superior organization exhibited iere Saturday last, and when we say the •erformances of novelty and thorough en oymeut were equal to anything of the kind ver seen here, we but voice the universal entiment of those who atteuded The pr > ietor, Maj. Gordon W Lillie (Pawnee Bill), i a gentleman in every respect, and well rorthy ot the patronage of the public at irge. — W'lrerbj (.V. V.) Times. At the recent annual meeting of Morgan’s irove Association the following geutlemen rere ch sen directors : Dr. A. S. Reynolds, i. T. Sperow, (». T. Licklider, l'. C. Conk rn J. P. Kearfott, A. D. Grove, E. II. leinhart. Eugene Baker, C. D. Wysoug.— iubsequentlv the directors elected Dr. A. >. Reynolds president, R. S. M. Hodman ecretarv, G. T. Licklider treasurer, and [■Lomas K. Jones ehiel marshal. The next air will be held on the 3d, 4th, 5th and bill f September. Robert G Miller has completed the fence urrounding h s skunk farm and all things ire now ready tor the growing ot the re narkable crop described in the Register a reek ortwoago Tuesday evening theskunks bat he had in cages were taken out to he farm and released in the presence of a mall but respectful crowd of visitors.— ihep. R> itter. The crowd, it is supposed, ras hiiix ! :u to numbers, and “respectful” is to its nearness of approach to the en nclosure. It is no exaggeration to say that Pawnee Jill's Historical Wild West and Grand Mex cau Hippodrome, which exhibited in -crauton yesterday, was decidedly the best performance given here for many years vithout any exception. The performance vas fully up to what they had promised, and ;ave universal satisfaction.—Scranton (/’a.) Eagk m m The Presbyterian congregation determin kJ, at a meeting on Monday afternoon, to purchase an organ already in course of con itruction by Hook & Hasting-, of Boston, md expect to hive it places! in the church within a month. The chapel committee isked for uirther time in which to get esti mates of c »st, aud to consider location. Mr. Clarence W Taylor has recently [paiuted the dw*'li ;ig of Mrs. A. C. fc*trider. -- Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report Absolutely pure Personal. Mr. W. H. Cameron, proprietor of the Carter House, who has been critically ill, is better this morning. Mrs. C. Frank Gallaher who has been visiting her brother, Mr. H. D. Beall, in Baltimore, has returned. Kev Dr. Hopkins returned from the meet ing of Presbytery at noon on Monday.— Ruling Elder Geo. H. Turner returned Sat urday night, Mr. Thos. E. Woodward has bad pneu- i monia and been critically ill. His friends j will be pleased to know that he is fairly on the way to recovery. Miss Eliza Sappingtoa Gallaher returned | to her borne on Monday from near Wood-' stock, Virginia, where she has had charge of a school for some months past. Miss Ellen Lisle, who has been sojourn ing at Mrs. C. Horace Gallalier’s for some , months past, on Tuesday returned to her home in Philadelphia. Mrs. Gallaher ac companied her. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Si. Crim and baby j spent Easter with Mrs. C’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ciipp, at Elmwood. They ; were accompanied by Misses Carrie Crim and Jennie Turner, of Brunsw’iek. Among the graduates, class of tto, of the Baltimore Medical College, we observe the name of C. Frank Jones. l)r. Jones was a Berkeley county boy, and for a time resided hero and conducted the drug business. We j congratulate him on his distinction and trust! he may become eminent in bis profession, j Messrs. Brent ami Edrington, membersof, the official board of the Fredericksburg M. E. Church, South ; Revs. Strother and Neill of Shepberdstowu ; Mr. McCoy of Riverton; and two brothers and their wives, and other relatives of Rev. S. G. Ferguson, were here to atteud the funeral of Mrs. Ferguson yes terday. _ The Radford (Virginia) Advance thus re fers to a former citizen of Charles Town: “Mr. G. T. Kearsley has been appointed superintendent of the Radford Electric Street Railway Company. This is a justly merited promotion, Mr. Kearsley being one of the pioneers of our city, and a prominent • business man of Radford.” “Hotel Siduey” was burned last Friday j night—about midnight or later—by a spark from an engine, or, was it the work of an in cendiary ? “Hotel Sidney” was an j unpretending stand near B. & 0. depot, | where a colored man, Sidney, dispensed saudwiches, pies, apples, etc., to the hungry traveler._ The recital at Stephenson Seminary Fri- i day evening last was pleasing to a large audience. The young ladies honored their instructors by their creditable performances. I*rof. Jerichau has reason to be proud of bis music pupils—who are not only proficient, but on the road to perfection. A splendid syrup for 20 cents per gallon I Coal oil, 150 test, 10c. per gal.; navy beans ; Sc. per qt., macaroni 10c. per paper; 4 lbs. 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. Landis’s. Mrs. Thomas Trail, a native of Haroer’s Ferry, who removed to Nebraska, and later ! to Kansas, about seventeen years ago, died in Lindoti, Kansas, April 9th, of consump tion-aged 54 years. Husband and eight children survive her. The second advertising brigade of Pawnee | Bill’s Grand Historical Wild West arrived in this city to put the finishing touches on j for the appearance of that great national drama which will appear here on next Mon- I Anril Mth It seems to be generally believed, by rea son of the scarcity of, and high prices for, ' beef, that lambs will also share in the rise and that the farmers will get good prices for the proceeds from their flocks—j For Rent.—I have two snug brick houses ; situated on Fairfax boulevard, on the south i side of Pennock’s greenhouse, for rent on very moderate terms. 11. R. Rookek. ?sir Knights please notice. Special meet ing ot Potomac Cotomandery, No, 5, K. T , on Tuesday, April 30, at 7 30 p. m. Official visit of Grand Commander. The ladies who viewed the pretty things in hats on opening day at Burns A Shugert’s were not disappointed, though their expec tations were pitched high. Mayor Gustav Brown has his soda foun tain in place for the season and a refresh ing, exhilarating, but not intoxicating, bev erage will be dispensed. Mr. W. 5*. Merchant has added to the equipment of his business house an ice box, and will retail ice, and keep ice-cold melons, etc., in season in stock. Mr. Nelson Coyle has commenced the erection of a grain and farming implement warebou-e on the north side of the railroad at Summit Point. Mr. John H. Hostler, Jr., is tho local agent for the Page Woven Wire Fence—a fence highly recommended for durability, cheapness, etc. Mr. John A. McFarland, a native of ibis town, died at his residence in Westernport, Md., April Sth, in the 4$tb year of his age. Sheriff Baker will erect a new dwelling ou or near the site of the old oue recently destroyed by tire. The Valley Convocation of the Episcopal Church began its sessions yesterday in Mar tinaburg. Last Wednesday the West Virginia Su preme Court of Appeals rendered a number of decisions, among them : Keen & Hagerty vs. Kasterday & Co., petition for writ of error refused ; Deck vs. Tabler, from Berke ley couuty, appeal and supersedeas allowed, bond $200 ; Bank of Berkeley vs. SearoaD, from Berkeley county, appeal and superse deas allowed, boud $200; Powell & Co. vs. Miller, from Berkeley county, writ of error allowed ; Crumlish’s adm’r vs. Shell. Valley R. R. Co., from Jefl’erson county, decrees of circuit court modified and affirmed. The store fronts of the Sadler building have been freshly painted by Mr. William Kitnes. _ County Court May 6th : Circuit Court May 21st. The B. & O. depot here has bceu freshly painted. __ When Baby was sic*, we gave her f'astorin. When she \i a.* u Child, sho cried for (.'as;oris. When sho became Miss, she clung to Castor*. When she had Children, she gave them Cast oris. .Is fo Prices. Our prices are always low, and this season we think you are getting a better quality, a better style and a little more for this low price than ever before. We want your trade, and no matter whether you are a large or small buyer we shall make prices that will insure your staying with us. it is easy to look into this matter, and you run no possi ble risk in satisfying yourself before you buy. Wm. Kahx, Sadler Building. As to Style. Dou’t wait until the last moment if you intend dropping iu to see our beautiful dis play of spring styles. It is an important advantage to buyers to see a reliable unbro ken stock early iu the seasou. A visit to our store will certainly result in making you well informed regarding the new styles.— Such information will in* of value to you whenever and wherever you make your spring selection, as you certainly will be the better judge of styles after seeing our large assortment. Wm. Kahn. As to Quality. It pays to keep the best. It pays to buy the best. No merchant can achieve perma nent success who deals in inferior goods — Our study of this business convinces us that in order to secure and hold the patronage of intelligent people you must offer them the very highest standard of quality. This is what we do, and the best can always be se cured at our store. Wm. Kahn, Leading Clothier, Sadler Illg. As to Assortment. We are able to offer a superior assortment in every department of our new stock. In fact we claim our line is now the most com plete ever shown to the people of this vicin ity. Great pains, much careful study and an industrious search among the bargain centres of the best markets lias enabled us to gather together a collection of seasonable new goods, which in quality, style and beau ty and far-reaching variety is the success of the season. Wm. Kahn. They carry the largest line of matting and carpets in town at Hirscli man's. You can always lind the best styles and lowest prices there. If your boy needs a suit take him to Hirscliman’s. They are in a position to give you belter value for your money than any other store. They manufacture all their own clothing and can save you money. We have men’s hoys’ and children’s pants from 15c. a pair up at Hirechman’s. Also the latest styles in hats. If you want a suit of clothes that will add to your comfort and looks try Hirsch nians’. ’ They have the reputation of being the best made and finest fitting ready made goods that can be found. You can find everything in the shirt line at Hirschman’s. They also carry an ele gant line of ineu’s shoes from £1 a pair up Hirschman’s are closing out everything in dry goods. Go and get bargains. Remember Hirschman’s when you want matting or carpet, window shades or curtain poles. _ • lB»iBBBC BKit. At the Carter House in Charlos Town, on Tuesday mornine. April *23, 1895, by Rev. J. W. Tongue. 8AMCF.1. H. WORSUN to LAUR A B. M<FAR LAND—both of thh county. Chronic Nervousness Could Not Sleep, Nervous Headaches. Gentiemcn:—I have been taking your Restorat ive Nervine for the past three months and 1 cannot say euougliiuit praise. It has Saved fly Life, for I had almost given up hope of ever being well again. I was a chronic sufferer from nervousness and could not sleep. I was also troubled with nervous headache, and had tried doctors in vain, until I used your Nerviue. Yours truly, MRS SI. WOOD, r.iugwood, 111. Dr. Miles’ Nervine Cures. Pr. Milos' Nervine Is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. All druggists sell it at $1, 6 bottles for *». or It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of prloo by the Pr. Miles’ Medical Co-j Elkhart, lud. ! 11895 SPRING. 1895 For the Finest CLOTHING* Giving to the wearer Ease, Elegauce and Endurance you must see our NEW SPRING and SUMMER STOCK. ' _ F'>r 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. One pound bag Smoking Tobacco for 20c. at C. I). EBY’S. New Citron and Raisins at low prices at C. D. EBY’S, Hooif building. Gelatin. Puddine, Com Starch, etc., at C. D. EBY'S, Hooff building. New Hominy, Beans, Peas, Oatmeal, ifcc., at C. D. EBY’S, Hooff building. Just received a new line of tinware which will sell at new tariff prices, at C. D. EBY’S, Hooff building. Arbuckle’s, Levering'snnd Enterprise Coffee, also Mexican Coffee, with each package of which is given a silver-plated teaspoon, and the purchaser is entitled to guess at the nuin ber to get a handsome silver sugar bowl and spoon holder, free, at C. 1). EBY’S Hooff building. Handsome steel engraving with frame, cheap, at C. I). EBY’S, Hooff building. We are Doing Our Best Every Season to improve our exhibits of new goods. This spring we are much ahead of all former occasions. We have the Styles—much handsomer than ever. We have the Supply—much larger than ever. We have the Prices—much cheaper than ever. We are glad to have your attention on Cloth ing. Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings. April 10, 1895. GEO. H. HAGI.EY. 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. WALL & BURNS. Live Stock Dealers, Ripon and Charles Town. Jan. 9, 1895. __ . i • , i _ i ir_1_ Illuming IU uiua (U 3 Are vou interested in getting a fine suit of Tailor-made Clothes? If so, call and examine our Sample Book, which gives samples of cloth, illustrations of style and many points as to correct ideas for this season. Suits to order from $13 50 to $35.00. Trousers to order from $3.50 to $10.00. At short notice. April 10, 1895. GEO. H. HAGLEY. Our Job Counters Now are a wonder to all. Men’s $12 to $15 suits, qualities unsurpassed, we have marked $S. Men's light-weight overcoats, now $L50. were $12. A lot of hats, $2.00. Men's fine kid lined gloves, were$l, now 50c.—a nice, clean article. _ __„_ Jan. 23, 1894. GEO. H. HAGLEY . For Rent. Livery Stuble near B. & O. Statiou. Large Storage" Room suitable for farm implements or carriages. New Dwelling—4 rooms and cel lar. with free water. Blacksmith and Wagon Maker Shop in good location. All at low rents for good tenants. Mar. 6, 1«95. GEO. H. HAGLEY. £1.00 Reward. Wiil be given for information that will lead to j the conviction of any one hereafter found ' tampering with anv of the Street Lamp3 of \ Charles Town. GUSTAV BROWN. j Feb. 27, 1895. Mayor. Wanted. _ Ev«ry smoker to send us seven 2-tent stamps j iO help pav postage, packing. Ac., and we will j mail box of NON-NICOTINE MIDGET Cl- ; GARS. Only one box to one address. Address, LANDIS A CO.. • F«b. 20. 1895. Sbippensburg. Pa. ^ Salesmen Wanted j To sell NON-NICOTINE MIDGET CIGAB3. j Samples free. Salary or Commission. Good | side line. Address, LAN'USACO.. I Feb. 20,1595. Shii ^burg, Pa. i 1 BARGAINS. CLEARING OUT SALE. ENTIRE DRY GOODS STOCK. GREAT BARGAINS. Everything in our Dry Goods Department Must be Sold. Nothing will bo Reserved* Come and take some of the Bargains home with you. S. D. HIRSCHMAN & CO. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR BARGAINS AT THE CASH STORE. -o BARGAINS IN 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. 1895. BROWN’S JEWELRY STORE With pleasure we announce to our many Customers that oir Fall Stock of Goods lias arrived. A little soon you may think, but when vou consider how laborsome it is to push a crowd in order to make your selection a couple of days before Christmas, you will agree thut we are right. Beautiful Pieces of Solid Silver in Late and Unique Designs Also 1’latc Goods, durable and useful, and suitable for Wedding Pres ents. Our Jewelry Department wi'l continue each week to have val uable additions made. Assuring our Custoners full value we solicit an early call. CHAS. W. BROWN, THE JEWELER. SPRING ANI) SUMMER. Lightning and Blizzsrd Ice Cream Freezers. Columbia Refrigerators. Water Coolers, Ice Pieks, Demon 8queozcrs, 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, Wire8<-reen Doors and Windows, Poultry Netting, Steel Riding and Driving Whips, Hammocks, Bird Capes. Call, Dinner and Door Bells. Butter Prints, Churns, Chain and Bucket Pumps, Wheelbarrows, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Razors and Razor Straps, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Gharantced Shears and Scissors, Corn Planters. Hay Rake*, Plows and Wagons. Deering Harvesters and Mowers, Spring and Lever Harrows, The new Calf Wearier. Good Quality of Sugar, Tea and Tablespoon#. BEALL & C OLEMAN. H JtCISJ JtiY UUMM’S 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 Fumm. M. PALM BAUM & BIIO. HAVE RECEIVED THE LATEST STYLES FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. ALSO BL AN KETS, UNDER WEAR,HOSIERY AT LOW TARIFF PRICES. M. PALMBAUM & BRO.