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lories and laces at Paimbaums’.
A good syrup at 15c. a gal at C. D. Kbv’s.
Notice of Morgan’s Grove unavoidably de
terred.
Gum camphor ami moth balls at Aisquith
A Co's. .
Pure l’ersiau insect powder at Aisquitn
A Co’s.
For dress goods and trimmings see Palm*
baums’.
Percales, ginghams, shirtings, calicos, Ac.
at Paimbaums'.
Great reduction in cottons and cambrics
tt Paimbaums.
For table linen*, towels, bed spreads, etc.,
«ee 1’almbauui's.
Wiii. Phillips’ r*ons have a lot of paieut
bee hives lor sale.
Tanglefoot fly paper, small and large size,
at Aisquith A Co’s.
Special bargains in black dress goods at
M. Palmbaum A Pro’s.
Holler process flour, $«> per barrel; 75 cts.
quarter barrel, at Pentz’s.
Special bargains in blacl drew* roods a’
Jl. Palmbaum A Brother's.
Apple butter, and current and apple jelly
only 4c. a lb. at C. D. Eby’s.
Just received a fresh supply of l.andretb’s
turnip send at Aisquith A Co’s.
Copperas, sulphur, carbolic acid and chlo
ride f lime at Ai«quilh A Co’s.
A new stock of dress goods just received
»t half last year's prices, at Peutz’s.
Fresh watermelons sold from the ice box
v. reasonable prices by W. .S. Merchaut.
Pure Java coffee 30c. a lb. at Pentz’s and
i ,.hx1 loose roasted coffee for 20c. per lb.
It vtiu wi-h to use pure soap try Brown
A H id 's palm oil and witeh hazel skin
soap.
|< i ur umbrella torn or split? Go to
Ha.*!*.' * and get it re covered. Cheap aud
quick.
A Har;*er'» Ferry man rolled ove the did'*
„pp Island Park and hurt himself pretty
badly.
Just received i large line of queensware
hj .n ; rt—prices cheaper than ever—at S.
H. Landis's.
At thu tournament in Berry villa last Wed
nesday Mr. Wm. H. Wilson delivered the
coronation address.
\ tice.—f'almbaum’s store will be closed
I'hur- lay a .J Friday, September 19 aud 20,
also Saturday, 2Sth.
Wanted.—Old China. Bric-a-brac, Relics,
A Address John Treblig. 9 North How
ard street, Baltimore.
F ^r cans of tomatoes tor 25c.; I cans of
i ru fur 25c.; navy beans 7c. a quart; rice
4c a pound at Pentz’s.
Regular meeting of Malta Lodge, No. eo. A.
F. k A. M . Friday evening. Sept. 13, at 7.30.
Work and refreshments.
F"r percoien, fibre chamois, grass cloth,
lena, crina'.eoe, cambrics aud other lining*,
heap, see S. H. I.andis.
Just received a large line of ginghams,
percals, Jre— duck, satines and other dress
go-1 i«, cheap, at S. H. Landis's.
Mr R. W. Norris has sold to his brother,
Mr W. O. Norris, his interest in the home
‘arm—120 acre* at $55 per acre.
\ hne Columbia bicycle was stolen from
the home ■ f Mr. J. C. Blackford at Shen
andoah Junction last Saturday night.
M Palmbaura A Bro. are receiving a fine
selection of dress good, silk*, trimminirs, Ac
Thrir price- always suit the community.
I)r Hurst, of Fauquier county. Va , and
Dr Shafer, of Ha'per’s Ferry, have located
at Ha lt wti iu this county, to practice med
icine.
The only genuine Wheeling stogies at C.
D 1 v * Hoo*f building. Call and see hi
line ’ linner and tea sets which heaells at
bott ifn prices.
V ; are missing a wav-up chance if you
'■* ill at Hag'ey'a and get September
t.v. « n summer clothing, slippers,
neck sear, \c.
Miv» Ida Kearfott, of Clarke, exhibited at
M van «(J. of a handsome crayon of Rev. S.
■ tl * place, which is now on exhi
at ire »rore of Mr. 5. H. Landis.
H'e Lav a large stock of envelopes, of
i i .ulity, which we are selling very
k . L iif! o\ the u*ual price.
Brown v* Hookv.
Mr. KugeDe Baker, wife of .Sheriff Baker,
»• a gold watch and a gold chain last week
bf' her home and Morgan’s Grove. A
:eig >r found the property and restored it
the owner.
i *ri»-s having for sale old antique f’urni
'■■‘tf and old-time novelties will address
vt delay J. H. NOLAND, dealer in pi*
' * and -rgans. No. 5, Mildred 'treet,
■ bar es Town.
M-dica’. Book Free.—After half a century
•iperience, I>r. Humphreys has revised
enlarged his Manual. It is sent poat
r» i v addressing the Humphreys’ Com*
rsny. New York.
C K Wall, of this town, bought quite a
• r of c>ws in the Shepherdstown vi
3 t) sixteen of Lynn Magruder, a pair
r-eys ,f Mr. L. Jones, and seventeen
“»1 from other parties.
h W Brown, trustee, sold at public
4 lion on Saturday a tract of land, 111
4 •'** sr Halltowo, belonging to Mr G.
••rank I gle, to Mr. F. I*. Lynch, at the
»f $2'«.ort per acre.
"vturday last, as Mr. Harry Seigler.
rd?r s Mills, was delivering a barrel of
r . 'hepherdstowo, the bung flew out
■-r o k him between the eyes, inflicting
zy wound.—.''Arp. /«</
' ilomon (iruber, a worthy and re
*! citizen living in the vicinity of Sum*
‘V died last Saturday week. The
*•?» 'curred on Sunday afternoon, con
'M by Rev A J Willis.
so William Thompson ami Miee
-May Rice, both of the vicinity of
K-»r i»r*vi’:e were m^rrj^j A{ the Southern
i*t parsonage in Shepherdstown by
L Strother, on Wednesday last.
Fritz Pumbernlkkel's.
Or, a# it will be called hereafter, the Charles
Town Burlesque Co.’s, entertainment, will
take place, as mentioned before, next Mon
day night, the loth, at S p. m. sharp. The
company's well composed showbill# can be
seen all over town, ami attract everybody’s
attention, and we will only give our readers
tbis good advice, go early und secure seats,
because we think the house w ill be jammed.
The entertaiument is going to be grand, and
there will be something for everybody, for
ladies and gentlemen as well as children :—
pathetic, comical aud old plantation songs,
all the latest bright sougs, aud plenty of up
to-date fun, which will keep the audience
laughing from start to finish. Mr. Johnson
nays that if there i« any person in the town
who has never laughed he guarantees to
make them lsugu that night or forfeit the
admission fet. The tableau of the Battle
of Autietam is composed of twelve uni
formed men, aud will be the most affecting
number on the programme. From the pro
gramme we mention a few names :
L>aisy Carlton—the American serio-comic
singer.
Lottie Uilsou—the beautiful e’ inadian char
acter singer
Bill Nye— who everybody knows.
; Or—the French chamouette
singer.
bailie Richmond—the beautiful creole
singer.
Jagendorfer—the strongest man on earth.
Tickets 15c, 25c. and 35c. Reserved
seats can be had at Light A Watson’s. *
Mr. V. L. Lippitt, formerly of Charles
Town, is the author of a column article iu
the New York Herald of the 2d, reviewing
in a very forcible a# well as interesting way
the rspid increase of business in the manu
facturing and mining industries aud the
geueral advance in wages since the revi-ed
tariff went into eflect. The article is sup
plemented by "a partial li-*t, comprising
more than 400 factories and mills which
have increased the wages of their employe*,
affecting over 420,000 laboring men, and
also of about 250 factories, of which the
number of employes is not mentioned.’ —
This statement, showing the improved con
dition of half a milliou workingmen, aud
Mr. I.ippitt's striking comparison of the
present state of affairs with that existing
under the operation of the McKinley law,
constitute an argument of the strongest kind
against the fallacious doctriue of ‘‘protec
tion to labor.” The Herald complimented
Mr. Lippitt not only by devoting nearly a
page to the article aud a third of a page to
a telling cartoon based on the article, but
its leading editorial of that date (Labor
Day ) was suggested by Mr. Lippitt’a timely
contribution. Mr. Lippitt is an assistant of
Mr. Thompson Maury in the weather bureau
of the Herald, and for a few weeks past has
been occupying the chair of his chief. W e
take great pleasuro in this mention of our
former young townsman, aud would be glad,
if it were practicable, to reproduce his ar
ticle to which we refer.
Mr. Daniel E. Moler, a native of this
County, but for a number of years a resident
of Columbus, Ohio, died at the residence of
Mrs. Mary J. Moler ou the 4th instant, from
a complication of diseases, in the 54th year
of his age. He was a brave soldier having
served four years in the Stonewall Brigade,
and as a mark of his bravery he bore the
scars of seveu musket balls.—II. F. .Sr;if»/ief.
A few months ago he was admitted to the
membership of the Presbyterian Church in
this place—thus becoming a member of the
flock of Kev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins, who was
chaplain of the regiment to which Mr. Mo
ler belonged during the war. The funeral
took place on Friday, Dr. Hopkins officia
ting, and the interment was iu Edge Hill
Cemetery.
It gratifies us to learn that little McHen
ry GaPaher, of Washington City,—aged ten
years—son of Mr. Carter Gallaber and
grandson of Hon.-McHenry, of
Cumberland, and of the iate E A. Gallaher,
of Washington City,—a few days ag», after
a three-days examination won iue
College scholarship, lie is an ambitious
little fellow, and this achievement and the
hope it gives him of others through life,
may impress him with the belief that bis
recovery from three almost fatal mishaps
was vouchsafed him that he might grow to
great usefulness and goodness among men.
be it. __
Monday afternoon Edgar J Grove was
bathing iu the river at the Island, and in
his efforts to swim against the current tonne
of the piers of the bridge lie became nearly
exhausted. He called for help and sank
twice before he was rescued. Brave Master
Bernard Kemp was near by and went to his
as-istance first and seized EJktar by his »us
panders, wbeu Mr. George t?tuart, and his
brother, Will Grove, near by, were also at
tracted and went to his assistance. The
parents feel very grateful to those who res
cued their boy (rum drowning —ffarprr’t
Ferry Sentinr'
The business of the Hydraulic Construe
tiou Company at 145 Broadway, New \ork
of which Col. W. Dell. Washington, for
merly of this town, is President and Cbiel
Engineer, has grown to such proportion*
and importance that it has been deemed
necessary to form a stock company, $250
| yijo paid up capital. Col. Washington owni
a controlling interest. We are gratified t»
learn of the success of our former fellow
towusuiau. Charles Town boys presa to thi
front, it matters not where they are or wha
their avocation if it be honorable. Success
es outnumber failure* 16 to 1.
At Morgan - Grove last week, Mr. J. S
; Coleman, of Summit Point, was awarde*
the ribbons and $A for exhibiting there th<
handsomest pair of driving horses, and
for the best Poland China hogs. Of th
latter he has a lot to «ell, aud those w ho wan
the best of this breed should call on biin.—
He was unable to exhibit his superb Englisl
terrier dogs because of the infantile age o
the pups. He is an enthusiast on the sub
lect of thoroughbred stock and thinks i
wise, rather than otherwise, to breed th
beat while about it.
_ The Graded S- ho 1 registered 287 yesterday
Personal.
The family of Mr. Jno. P. Hess will leave
for Baltimore this week.
Miss Grayson Wend ling has returned from
a visit to friends in Virginia.
(.'apt. John F. Foley is spending a short va
cation with friends in the county.
Mrs. Georgie Kelsey, of this town, is visiting
Mias Ella Kelsey in Shepherdstown.
Miss Lewise Jorden, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
was a guest at Mordingdon last week.
Mrs. John C. Taylor, sou and daughter, of
Norfolk, are at Mrs. C. Horace Gallaher’s.
Rev. John S. Gibson and wife, of Hunting
ton, have been visiting friends in Middleway.
Mr. Schloas, of Hirscbman *fc Co., went east
last week to lay in fresh supplies of clothing,
etc.
Mrs. T. W. Latimer, and her son, Mr. Wil
nier I-atimer, visited in Shepherdstown last
week.
Misses Virginia and Laura Mitchell have
gone to Louisville, Ky.,—guests of Gen. S. B.
Buckner.
Hon. I>. C. Westenhaver, of Martinsburg,
was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals
last week.
Rev. A. S. Lloyd and wife, four daughters
and son. of Norfolk, are at Mrs. C. Horace
Gallaher's.
Capt. Allison Hood" left last week to resume
his duties as instructor at the Staunton Mili
tary Academy.
Miss Ella Darlington has returned from a
visit to Martinsburg, accompanied by Mias
Dora Matlhaei.
County Clerk Gerard D, Moore spent a bit of
vacation at Shepherdstown last week, the guest
of Dr. Reynolds.
Mrs. F. W. Bigger left on Saturday at noon
for a two-weeks' visit to the parental home in
Washington City.
Hon. W. B Cornwell, of Romney, was in
town a day or two last week attending the
Giilirt of AtinenK
Judge Faulkner held a brief special term of
the circuit court on Friday a id returned to
Martinshurg same day.
The Harper's Ferry Sentinel says Dr and
Mrs. Gannon have abandoned the idea of go
ing to Montana to live.
Mr. II St. George Tucker, the new principal
of the Charles Town Male Academy, has arriv
ed and is at Capt Geo. H. Flagg's.
Mr. George Leisenriog, a former citiien, and
his friend, Mr. Waldo, both now residents of
Kansas, are here visiting Mr. Robt. Leisenring.
Mrs. Bessie Kemp, of Canton, Mississippi,
came on Saturday for a visit to her aunt, Mrs.
Maxwell, and her sisters, the Misses Timber
lake.
Ex - Attorney - General Robert White, of
Wheeling, registered at the Carter House on
Monday. He came to attend the Court of
Appeals
Mi. Wm. A. Garvin and daughter, Miss
Bessie Garvin, of Bethlehem, Penn., spent a
couple of days last week witli Mr. Garvin's
cousin, Mrs. I.ewi* Dinkle.
Col. S. Bassett French, of Richmond, so well
known in years past to those who have visited
the Executive Departments at the Old Com
monwealth’s capital city, is a guest of Rev. Dr.
A. C. llopklns.
Rev. Dr. Hopkins did not got to Presbytery
until Thursday morning, having been called
to attend a funeral on Wednesday; and re
turned home Thursday night to officiate at the
funeral of Mr. Dariel Moler on Friday.
Rev. W. F. Locke, of Roanoke, and his wife
have been called to Piedmont by the death of
Mrs. Locke's sister. They will stop otT for a
few days visit to Mrs. Elisha Locke, of Sum
mit Poiut, this week on their return home.
Mr. Chas. J. Locke, of Montgomery City,
Mo., last week visited his sister, Mrs. Elisha
Locke at Summit Point. On Saturday, accom
panied by his sister's family, he visited his
brother, Dr. T. F. Locke, at Woodstock, re
turning Monday.
Editor Clifford, of the Pioneer Press, Afro
American organ, Martinshurg. and a member
of the bar came down on Saturday to look in
upon the Court of Appeals, and also called to
see the editor of The Free Press We had
the pleasure of showing him a crayon picture
of the “inoffensive, industrious colored man’’
—John Brown's first victim at Harper’s Ferry.
The Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic will
be held to-morrow afternoon.
Xo-morrow will oe kouss nay ni me win
chester Fair. Mr. Rouss forwarded a big lot
of Japanese daylight fireworks. He expects to
be present.
Our postoffice-drawer key was taken yester
day morning from the lock wherein it had
been left a few moments We trust the absent
minded person who took it will have a pres
ence of mind lasting long enough to enable
him to return it.
Fairs and Exhibitions.
Winchester, Ya.—September 10-13.
Wood-dock. Ya—October 1-4.
Richmond, Ya —October S—10.
Frederick, Md.—October 8-12.
Hagerstown, Md —October 15-18.
YARD PARTY
In behalf of Foreign Missious, Thursday
evening, September 12th, at the Parsonage
of the M. E. Cnurch, South. Miss Mattie
Y. Dorsey, who will returu to her mi«*iou
work in Mexico in a few day*, will expose
for sale some Mexican curios—pretty, unique
things. Refreshment* will be served. The
object is to obtain funds to aid her in the
Doble work in which she is engaged. The
public invited to attend.
-— -
Our Fall Line of these
Celebrated Garments now
ready for your inspection.
Let us show you their many
points of excellence.
Time M. KAHN,
)tulri-tlBoy»Cluth*
e» i t "The Mu Hut- Leading Clothier.
Sadler Block.
Judge E. Boyd Faulkner held a special
term of the circuit court of Jefferson coun
* ty in this place on Friday and orders were
1 made in the following cases : Mary C. Mul*
? linix et al. v*. Terence Byrne et al.; report
1 of distribution of fund confirmed and writ
of possession ordered in favor of the pur
1 chasers. Eliza F. Anderson v». S. D. An
* derson et al ; injunction dissolved and bill
dismissed. Webb & Coyle vs. H. W. Blunt;
1 order recommitting cause to Cleon Moore,
commissioner, for further report.
A fine set of single harness for sale at a bar
. gain, at Uirachman’s.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest L. S. Go\ t Keport
Baking
Powder
ABSOLUTELY PURE
Church Sotes ;
Rev. Mr. Lloyd of Norfolk preached in Ziou
Church Sunday morning.
Rev. J. Harry Moore, of lveyser, preach
ed in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday ;
night.
Re\. 8. W. Cole left ou Monday last for Beal- ]
ton, Va , to conduct a series of revival meet- .
ings at that place.
Rev. A J. Huntington, D. D., will preach in
the Baptist Church next Sunday morning.—
No service at night.
Rev. H. C.V. Campbell, of Berkeley Springs,
will commence a seriesof services in the Union
Church, Smithfield, on Tuesday, September 17.
Services each night during the week at 7.30
o’clock.
Winchester Presbytery was present in the
Presbyterian Church of this town, on Sun
day, by its Commission appointed to ordain
A. C. Hopkins, Jr, Rev. Dre. J R. Graham,
A. C. Hopkins, C. N. Campbell, and Rev.
J. H. Moore, and Ruling Elders Bateman ;
and Turner participated in the service. The
sermon was preached by Dr. Graham—text (
Ephesians 3 : 8; questions propounded to
applicant and statement to congregation by .
Dr. Graham ; ordination prayer by Dr !
Hopkins, and concluding address by Rev.
J. H. Moore. The service was exceedingly
interesting and impressive. The congrega
tion was large.
A telegram was received Saturday by Mr
8. Howell Brown, surveyor of Jefferson
county, announcing the (team in 1 ms
of his brother-in-law, Mr. William Wager,
formerly of Culpeper county, \ a. Mr. Wa
ger’s death was accidental. \V bile riding a t
bicycle be came in collision with a veliicle,
the shall of which pierced his right breast. I
The alarm of fire Monday night about 12
o’clock was occasioned by the burning of a
building near the B & O. depot used by
Mr. B. C. Washington for the storage of
salt, etc. The fire brigade was prompt to
respond to the call. It was a fortunate
thing the fire did not extend to the building
uear by where many barrels of coal oil were
stored.
Mr. Frank Herrington, of Macon, Geor
gis, was killed in a wreck near that city
last week He went on an excursion for the
day. Miss Alice Herrington, his sister, who
was visiting Mrs. Cavalier of this* place at
the time, was summoned home by telegram.
His hip was dislocated and several ribs brok
en. He lived only a short time after the
accident.—Harper's Ferry Sentinel.
The dwelling home of Jerry Campbell, u
worthy and industrious colored man living
near Kearneysville, was burned yesterday
with everything in it. Nobody- was at home
when the fire started, and it is not known
how it caught. Campbell had recently
bought the house, and was paying for it
gradually. He is worthy the sympathy and
help of everyone.—ShcphenUtoxen lieyister.
Mr. Allen C. Wilson, son of Postmaster
General Wilson, has been appointed by the
B. & O. R. R authorities a traveling pas
senger agent, with headquarters in Wash
ington City. It is an important position —
He does not go into it fresh from school, but
has had some railroad experience, having
for several years past, until within a few
months, been in railroad service at Weston,
this State.
Wednesday morning, August 2Sth, Mr. J
A. Raurn and Miss Maggie B. K*-ller were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony at
the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Bettie
r, t- ii _ 11. A tl'. n.l nf tliu T nip
Church of Dayton, performed the ceremony
After the ceremony the happy couple lefi
lor Harrisonburg where they took the morn
ing train en route for the northern cities
and Niagara Falls—Bridgeicater Herald.
On Thursday last, the Charles Town neent
of the N. it W. R R sold over four hun
dred tickets for Morgan’s Grove. Same day
there was a colored picnic at Harper’s Fer
ro, and the Charles Town I) it O. agent sold
nearly four hundred tickets. Besides those
who went by rail to these places on that day,
there were many that went by horse and
vehicle and bicycle, so that for the day about
one thousand persons were absent from town.
Business doesn’t appear slack with Mr.
C. F. Wall, the enterprising stock man —
Recently Col. Jno. T. Colston purchased of
him a bunch of good ewes, at ?2 per head ; j
Mr W. 5?. Merchant purchased of him fif- j
teen fine steers, the first two killed averag
ing 110 lbs. The price paid was 3j cents.—
Mr. Wall has shipped over 100 cow* from
here in the last 30 days, and he sold to Mr.
D. Z Royer a bunch of stock cattle aver
aging 846 lbs.
The Independent Fire Company Build
sng is progressing finely. The large win
dow frames for the second story—the Rou»s
Memorial Hall—are set, and the masons
have the brick work of that story half done.
Mr. Holmes is devoting his d«ys of vaca
tion to a personal supervision of the erec
tion of this building and is determined to
make it a handsome edifice—a monument
to his taste and judgment as au architect
and builder.
Messrs. Hup' and Trail, two of our most
j enterprising ci( ns have put new machin
ery iuto the oh. urnace mill, which will be
known as the >t. Elmo mid*. The latest
improved machinery and every equipment
for the manufacture of the best patent flour
has been put in, and possessing the finest
water-power in the country, will enable
these gentlemen to compete in quality and
prices with any of the larger mills.—Har
per't Ferry Sentinel
The apple crop is an exceptionally abun
dant one this year, but the finest we have
seen were sent to us by our friend, John A.
W. Ware—very large aud luscious.
TFesf Virginia Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court of Appeals of West
Virginia convened in this place last Wed
nesday with all the judges, Holt, BrannoD,
English and Dent, present. The first day’s
docket was called by the clerk, Mr. 0. 8.
Long. The following cases were consider
ed : Elliott vs. Typographic Electric Com
pany, from Kanawha county ; dismissed by
agreement of parties. State of West Vir
ginia vs. W. U. Bennett, Jr., from Marion
county ; dismissed for failure to print record.
Mary E. Hunter vs. J. H. Strider’s admin
istrator, from Jeflerson county ; writ of cer
tiorari awarded. Roanoke Milling Compa
ny vs. Jones et al., from Mercer county ;
order modified so as to award writ of error
without supersedeas; bond $300.
Ou Thursday the following cases were be
fore court: State vs. B. F. Berkeley, from
Hampshire county; Submitted. Henry
Wick & Co. vs. C. L. Dawson et al., from
Jefferson county; continued. Mary E.
Hunter vs. J. U. Strider’s administrator,
from Jefferson county ; submitted on briefs.
W. S. Powell & Co. vs. J. W. and C. A. Mil
ler, from Berkeley county ; argued and sub
mitted. E C. Deck vs. O. C. Tabler,etal.,
from Berkeley county; argued and submit
ted.
Messrs. W. B. Cornwell, of Hampshire
county, D. DeW. Berhart and N. 1). Baker,
of Berkeley county, were permitted to prac
tice in the court after taking the oath pre
scribed by law.
r I luajr luwitiuwniiijj a »» .
M. M. Altare vs. .1 F. Va-s, from Summers
county; appeal and supersedeas allowed,
bond $2>0. J. A. Davis et al. vs. Charles
W Davis’s administrator et al., from Wirt
county; appeal allowed, bond S2U0. J Ru
fus Smith et al. vs. Daniel Cornelius, from
Morgan county ; argument begun.
The last case is of particular interest to
West Virginians, as it involves the question
of the right ol the board of trustees of the
Berkeley Spring to lease the springs for a
period of ninety-nine years. Tliesprings are
under the control of the State and the
Legislature appoints trustees for it, who are
declared to be a corporation, ami it is con
tended they have no right to lease the prop
erty for so long a period.
On Saturday: State vs. Lawson Miller,
from Mercer county ; writ of error refused.
State vs Charles Scott, from Mercer county ;
writ of error refused. J. Rufus Smith et al.
vs. Daniel Cornelius et al , from Morgan
county, (the Berkeley Springs case;) argu
ment completed and ease submitted for de
cision. Jarrell vs. French ; appeal and su
persedeas allowed, bond $500. Mr. J. Rti
fus Smith, of Berkeley Springs, was admit
ted to practice in the court.
Monday: George Davidson, administra
tor, vs. Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Louis Railroad Company, from Brooke
county; argued and submitted. George
Arkle vs. Board of Commissioners, from
Ohio county ; argued and submitted. Ed
ward Wagner vs. C. M. Coen et al., from
Ohio county ; argued and submitted J. E
Thompson et al. vs. Whittaker Iron Compa
ny, from Ohio county ; argued and submit
ted.
Winchester Presbytery.
The Winchester Presbytery, in session in
Round Hill, in Frederick county. Thursday
night settled the caso of John T. McKown
and John D. Gordon, elde * of the Presby
terian Church at Gerardstown, Berkeley
county, against the session ol that church,
which is represented in the case by Dr. John
B. Wiley, clerk of the session. The esse
has for two years embarassed the session of
the presbytery and resulted in a division of
the church at Gerardslown and the resign*
tion of the pastor, Rev. E. L. Wilson, now
of Waterford, Loudoun county, Va. For
what they deemed sufficient cause the ses
sion of the church dismissed Messrs. .Me
Kown and Gordou from lheir eldership in
the church and those gentlemen appealed
their case to the presbytery at its session
last year and it was continued until the ses
sion this year. After heated discussions the
presbytery su-tained the action of the ses
sion, only three votes being cast for the ap
peilants. Rev. J. Harry Moore, of Keyser,
was counsel for the appellants, and Rev. Dr
F. M. Woods, of Martiusbarg, represented
the defendants.
.Mr. Abner Hopkins, of this town, a son
of Rev. Dr. A C. Hopkins, was admitted to
the ministry. His liberal views on baptism
caused discussion, but only one member re
fused to vote for his admission. Order was
taken for his ordination at Charles Town on
Sunday by Rev. J. Harry Monre, Rev. Dr.
James R Graham and Rev. Dr. Hopkins.
Every church in the presbytery was rep
resented bv its ministers, and the represen
tation by delegates was unusually large.
The presbytery adjourned Saturday to
meet in Martinsburg in April. Reports
from the churches within the bounds of the
presbytery showed a substantial growth.—
There are now forty six churches and it is
expected that several new charges will be
opened and supplied within a few months.
The Rev. W. T. L. Weech, a superannu
ated minister of the Baltimore Conference,
died on Thursday at his home at Alexan
dria. Va. He had been pastor of the Mon
um nt Street, Harford-Avenue and other
prominent churches in Washington, Fred
! e'ick, Harper’s Ferry and othpr places in
the Conference. He entered the Baltimore
j Conference in 1858 and retired from active
work in 1894, since w hich time he had made
his home in Alexandria. He w;»» twice
married. He was the father of the Rev. U.
W. H. Weech, pastor of Clifton Church,
Baltimore, who was at his bed'ide when he
died. __ _
We have the advantage of all other clothing
dealers becau-e we make all our own goods.—
That’s whv we can always save von mony
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1894. I89A*
BROWN’S JEWELRY STORE
With pleasure we announce to our many Customers that o ir Fall
Stock of Goods hns arrived. A little >oon you may think, but when
yon consider how laborsome it is to push a crown in order to make
your selection *i couple of days before Christinas, 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
ent*. Our Jewelry Department wiM continue each week to have val
uable additions made. Assuring our Customers full value we solicit
an early call.
CHAS. W. BROWN, THE JEWELER.
HENKY DU MM’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 he accommodated
Fruit Cakes a Specialty.
Oysters Fresh, Daily, and in quantities to suit customers.
Henry Durum.
M. PALMBAUM & BRO.
have received the latest styles
SPRING & SUMMER DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS.
ALSO
Silks, Embroideries, Laces, Lace Curtains, Underwear,
Hosiery, Gloves. &c.,
AT LOW TARIFF PRICES.
M. PALMBAUM & BRO.
At Picturesque Harper’s Ferry.
Opens on July 29, the BOLTVAR HEIGHTb
SUMMER SCHOOL, with high elm* instruc
tors for literature, science, philo-ophy. civic*
; and art. under the direction of Professor John
I M. Gregory, the well-known writer on eco
' r.omics. Low prices, fine air. suberb scenery,
j real sport, famous hotel service Or. yon can
i camp out. Great combination for a profitable
j summer outing. For full particulars write at
i once to F M t'F.NNuCK, Manager,
BOLIVAR HEIGHTS P. O , W. VA.
Dwelling House for Sale.
A Comfortable and Commodious Dwelling
i Honse. located on Congress street, Charles
Town, for sale. It contains ten rooms and cel
lar good spring water in house, and cistern in
yard and choice fruit bearing trees. For par
ticulars apply to
FAYETTE B. SOUDERS.
July 24. 1802—If.
Type-writer for Sale.
A Type-writer in good condition will be sold
at one-fourth its cost. Apply at
July 3, 1505. FREE PRE6S OFFICE.
Charles Town Academy.
H.8T. GEORGE TUCKER. M. A., (Un.of Va.)
Principal.
Session begins Sept. 11th. Boys prepared for
Col lege or for Business. Course of Instruction :
Upper School—Latin. Greek. French, German.
Mathematics English Branches.Science, Book*
keeping. Shorthand. Lower School— I.atin.
, Arithmetic and English Bra'iches. Tuition in
Upper School. $V» 00; in Lower School, $40.00.
For further particulars write to
II. ST. GEORGE TUCKER.
July 17.1 m - 2m. Norfolk. Va.
For Sale—A Beautiful Home
and Store House.
Will sell or trade iny property on good terms.
This is the best property In the town. First
claw in everv way. Will give time and bar
gain. Address JXJCK BOX SO. 4^
June 5, '95. Kdenburg,8hen. Co., Va.
Primary School.
MISS M. 8. HAINES will re-open herSchoo
for Children Tuesday, September 3, 1895.
July 17,13W.

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