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October JO. 1993. Twenty cents and upwards will buy a box of 500 envelopes at Beard's. I tell you things are cheap there. Old newspapers for sale at this office. Embroideries and lace* at Palmbaums’. A good syrup »t l5o.» g*l-at C. P- Eby a C. F. Wall is buying veal calve* all the time. For dres* goods and trimmings see Palm baums'. Fercales, ginghams, shirting*, calicos, Ac. at Palmbaums’. Great reduction in cottons aud cambric? at Palmbaum s. For table linen*, towels, bed spread*, etc., *ee Palmbaum’s. Holler process flour, $o per iMm., *5 cu*. quarter barrel, at Pentz's. Bathing and carriage sponges, also cham ois ,kins at Aisquith A Co’s. Apple butter, and current aud apple jelly •oly 4c. a lb. at C. D. Eby’s. Try Brown A Hoofl "* Witch Hazel soap, if you »i*h to get pure soap. A tine Uuo of toilet soap and handker chief extracts at Aisquith A t os. (\ F Wall is buying fat hogs, and will ihip next Tuesday, November .»lb. \ new stock of dress goods just received at half last year’s price*, at Pentz's. Pure Java coflee 30c. a lb, at 1 eutz s aiui a good loose roasted coffee for 20c. per lb. \ complete line of Munyon’s Hoinoe pathic Remedies tor sale at AisquithA Cos. A full line of Munyon’s Homoeopathic remedies in stock at Brown A Ho off's drug store. Pure ground pepper, grain pepper, salt. p*tr.\ coriander seed and ground sage at Aisquith A Co's. Brown A Hooff‘s instant headache cure is certain and safe.and will relieve. Try a box and be convinced. Wanted.—Old China, Bric-a-brac, Relics, A \ \ddres* John Treblig. 9 North How ard street, Baltimore. Four cans of tomatoes for 25c.; 4 cans of corn for 25c.; navy beans 7c. a quart; rice 4c a pound at Pentz's. Brown A Hooff have in stock a line of sta ple stationery and fine fancy note and box papers which they are selling very low. The :*hepberd*town Independent says Dr. Border, of Kearneysville, sold his crop of apples. 7.000 bushels, at 20 cents a bushel. Karnsbaw A Dooley have a big lot of stoves of many kinds—for coal, wood, gas, oil. and for cooking and heating purposes S * i# a good time for somebody to send m * .me wood,—a good time for us, special ly, sad generally tor the party of the first part. M. Palmbaum a. P»ro. have received large assortment of fall and winter dress goods— Aliks, velvets, flannels. underwear, blankets, .c.. at very low price*. All of the books u*ed in the public schools, also a large stock of writing tablets and a general stock of school supplies at Brown Hooff’s drag store. The brick work of the R hhs Memorial Building is completed, tower nearly finished and flag staff up, tin roof on and plasterer* at work and the oufc-ide painted. U: William Lloyd, of the Ripon vicinity, ha- sold barrels of choice apple* at one dollar a barrel, and has a lew more of the tame sort left—say 100 barrels. His orchard <» rounz vet. arties having for sale old autique lurni ture aud old-time uovelties will addreaa «ith at delay J. H. NoLAXD, dealer in pi t * aud organ*. No. 5, Mildred street, *’har'es Town. ! adies of the M. E. Church, South, at Rakerum, will hold an oyster supper <n pc ml-hous* on November 1st and 2nd. r the purpose of purchasing an organ tor their new church. •' ■ stock is complete, comprising all pure -uii ala, manutactured goods from the best .-ca drugs, patent medicines and a gener i supply of physicians requisites, at Brown A Hoofs drug store. 'ie’ rge and Thoma* Uyau and ^ agie - uJ- rs were arrested on Monday, accused ’.i -f* of money from r* T. Markell. The tamioing trial before Justice Howell not •-one u iia] a* this writing • i account of the Cotton .Mate* aud In ternational Exposition at Atlanta, *.a , the N A W. K. K will sell from September 15 * December 31,ISO-*. tickets to Atlanta, Ha, and return at * 17.?•*•, making final limit 2*> dHys from date of *a!e. Mr Leslie C. Beard of the Hagerstown '» • and Miss Bessie M. l'unti, fcLo of Hajerstown, were married in that city, in / n Reformed Church by Rev. Dr IvietTer, r '.e 2d 1 instant. The groom is a brother >p i r t ovn-man, Mr * N Beard, an i hi* s-t him a good example. It i« with the most earnest regret and sor w that we learn of the death of the second ••t:ifc .o' Mr and Mr*. Stanley Hariuer, at ’.hr residence of its grandfather, Mr J. I) Fry, in the vicinity of Middleway.— Tri. v this is a crushing bereavement Two 1; <rbt aud iuterestiog little ones in less than a month —-AdnuxU* l • Winchester an 1 L-xiogtou Presby '.r-ans were in session at Charleston Ttiea ia> s twrip; in of last week to consider the urop-iiion «f <$ Davis andB Elkins to es*.al'lish a college at K kins, W. Va.— E.- 'entletaed Dropoff to give #39,000 to e*’ i tlish the college, provided the two Rreiuyterie* raise au equal amount for the pur pyee. Personal. Mr. H. L. Alexander, of Martinsburg spent Sunday at the parental home here. ■ Mrs. Ada Patterson, of Waynesboro, Va is visiting the family of Mrs. Eizabeth Bel ler. Mrs. Morrow, of Fairmont, and Mrs. Har mison, of Keyser, are guests of the famil; of Mr. J. C. Holmes. Col. F. W. Brown went to Wheeling yes terday to attend a meetiug of the Bar Asso ciation. He will read a paper. Mrs Dr. MeCalla and her daughte rs, whi have been ten days at Mrs. C. Horace Gal laher’s left for their Washington home or Monday. Gerard D. Moore, the popular clerk o the county court of Jefferson county, W Va . was here Monday as a witness for thi Commoinveatb in her case against Jeremial A. Rosenberry, and we found him genial aud pleasant u* he always is.— Warren Sen tinel. Mr. Robert Butts, of Baltimore, is spend ing a few days in towa— and uear town He went fishing Monday. Mr. Jeff Shugerl went with him to show him i i * schools o! black bass. They’ll have fish stories worth telling—f >- the water in the river ■< so low isb can’t get away. We lexrn from the Cuester Illinois) Tri bune that Miss Amelia Enller. a oa'ivs of Shepherdstown, died on October 10, 1395, in that city, — aged 7d yrs, 2 m »s. and 10 days. Her death was caused by brain paralysis Miss Fuller was born in Sheph rd't>wn in 1319. being the fifth child of M artin and Su san Eutler. the other members of the family being Geo. W Hitler, died at Perryville, Mo., in l>>0; wild of Win McKay, died at Shepher lstown, in 1812; Pru lance, wife of John \ mtz, died at Chester, in 1885 ; Julia A , wife of Chus Wright, d el at Cn**ster, in 1376; and Susan C., wife Win Roberts surviving Mis< Eutler left Shepherdstowu in 1>M with tl»e other ms tubers of the fam ily, aud settled in Illinois, wit.1 -a > lias resided ever sin • Phe rribtiuc devotes a i column aud a halt to notice of the life aud death o! this I i.Jv and div- i iimdsime tribute to her character for womanly virtues and Christian consistency aud labors. Last week we noted the death of the wife of Maj. W. H. T. Lewis. The Advocate thus refers to her: “As wife, mother, friend and neighbor the life of Mrs. Lewis was a mirror which reflected nothing but what was true, noble and good. If her virtues were told in flowers, the atmosphere of her home and social life would he redolent with fragrance. If the tender, sweet impulses of her heart were told ir music, the sweetest melody would be oue continuous song. The brightest gem^ iu celestial crowns are a mother's tears, and the sweetest iuceuse which ascends before the great white throne is a mother’s prayers. With such sweet and eloqueut intercessions, the bereaved hearts can look with confidence to he reunited where there is no more death, tears or pain.” 1' R Next.—At Washington Hall, begin ning Wednesday, October 80, 1895, and for the three succeeding nights. Simmons’ Comedy Company, headed by Miss Laurean Chandler, the coming operatic singer of the world, except none. This lady’s voice can be heard oue square mile, and it is spoken of by the press and public that she equals anv of the gre.it singers now before the foot lights W. C. B. Brown, the king of all comedians and warblers, and all his latest songs. j?. E. Robinson and O. Howard, who are knowu the world over to please all.— Miss Catharine Jackson, the coming soprano songster. New dances, new music. Come earlv. Admission, 25 cents ; reserved seats, 35 cents. Waldo Guy, Manager. Miss Elizaberb Busey Crampton, several years ago a pupil of Stephenson Seminary, ! and since then a frequent visitor to our town, and Mr. William Henry Welsh. Jr.,—both of Georgetown, 1>. I’,—were united in mar n.ige in Christ Church of that city on Sat urday l ist—Rev. Albert Steuart, officiating. When the benediction was pronounced the venerable unci, of the bride, Rev. W. S. Crampton. of Baltimore, laid bis hands ou the hea I* of the young couple. The deco rations of the church and the singing of the choristers were attractive features of the function. The bride, who is young aud very sweet aui aitra-nive, was richly gowned.— The future home of the young couple will be with Mrs. Busey, aunt of the bride, at 3147 U street, Washington City. that v. y hq impressive meeting in Zion (Episcopal) Church on Monday morning in response to the invitation *'ir the people, re gardless of denominational lines, to unite in prayer for rain lhe rector, Ivv. W. L. Gravatt, conducted the services. Revs C. N. Campbell, J P. Stump. S. W. Cole, au l J. F. Brown—Evangelist—were in the chan cel, and particip ued. Or. Hopkins was ab sent at Synod. The e mgregatiou 6Ue 1 the capacious church. The singing was lead by a union choir — Miss Berths Kulii at the or gan l"he manifest delight Christian people have in these occasions of ‘ dwelling logelb er in unite," is remarked upon bv saint aud sinner. _ The Mount Lebanon Shakers have recently i erf.n ted au ingenious cure for dyspepsia.— Their Digestive Cordial consists of a food al ready digested and a digester of foods happily combined. . . ... , The importance of this invention will be ap preciated when we realise what a proportion of the community are victims of some form ot stomach trouble Thousands ot pale, thin iicople have little inclination to eat, ami what they do eat causes them pain and dialiwas. This Digestive Cordial of the Shakers cor rects any stomach derangement at once. It makes thin people plump. Every onewdl b« greatlv interested to read the little book who h has been placed in the hands of druggists for free distribution What is Laxol : Nothing but Castor Oil made as palatable as Lonev. Children like it. Cards are out for the marriage of Mi«* Mary Nelson White and Mr. James Gran tham. of Middleway, on Wednesday after noon. November 6. 189'., at Grace Church, Middle way. On the evening of the same day at 6 o’clock. Mr. Joseph Trapnell, Jr., of New York City, and Miss Laura Virginia Kennedy, laughter of Mr. 4ml Mrs Walter Scott Kennedy, of this town, W.ll be united in marriage in Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report ,.|i* • 'J s®' A WFIWWI Absolutely pure Xexrsy Xotes. The shipping of coal is impeded by scar > city of water for locomotives. John Cleaver, of Hardy county, recently killed eight wild turkeys at one shot, anc killed the ninth one as it attempted to fl) r away. • Col. John S. Mosby, the famous Con fed 1 eratc, was in a serious condition at Marshall, 1 Fauquier county, Saturday night. He was threatened with appendicitis and his con dition was more unfavorable at 6 o’clock Sunday eveuiug tbau it bad been. The main building of the University of Virginia at Charlottesville was destroyed by fire on Sunday morning. The copy of Raphael’s painting of the School of Athens was burned, but the marble figure of Jeffer son and bust of the late Prof. Minor wero saved together with much of the contents of the library. I, >ss $200,000—perhaps more. Insurance ouly $25,000. Ou Monday Mr. Thomas \V\ Lake, who is farming the lands of Mrs. Harrison Osburn, uear Round H ll, sold the-hay cut the pres ent season, from 20 acres of land, for $100 —showing that there is at lea-t one agricul tural product that pays for its raising. The hay was prime timothy, and bailed. The cost of cuttiug an 1 billing, Mr L estimates did not exceed $70 —Leesburg ,1furor. Mrs. Morrow, of Fairmont, the President of the West Virginia Womau’s Christian Temperance Union, addressed a large con gregation at the M. E Church, $outb, in this place on Monday night. In the ah | since of the pastor, R*-v. $ W. Cole, of the ! Baptist Church, conducted the exercises.— The choir, under the leader-hip of Mr. C. W. I'nvlor—Mr. Robert Middlekufl at the organ—gave inspiriting appropriate songs, and two solos were sung by Mrs. Harmison, of Keyser. Prayers by .Mr. C. H. Shipman and Rev. Mr. Cole, and a scripture lesson was read by Rev. Mr. Brown. A song of welcome was sung by a chorus of young i girls—.Miss Mary Reiniuger rendering the organ accompaniment. Mrs. Morrow is an exceptionally gifted platform speaker. She gave a clear, concise, yet comprehensive, .statement of the objects and the progress of the \V\ C. T. U. We have heard some la dies of national—even world wide—fame upon the platform, hut never, we think a more pleasiug speaker thau Mrs. Morrow. Geueral Ju<x B Gordon delivered his fa tuous lecture “ The Last Days of the Confed- j eracy,” iu Winchester on the evening of the ! 18th of October and was introduced by Gov Holliday—only as Gov. Holliday can per form such a service—as follows : “I will not call the few words I propose to utter au introduction. Our friend is as well known to every one of you, as he is to me. Has he not written his name all over the Story of our South Land with his flash- j ing sword? Our Great Chieftain, when in ttioae Last Days he surrendered his own sword, surrendered our friend’s and ours — But he did not surrender our honor, our courage, our love of country, our pride of lineage and character; he simply led us out nf the shattered wreck of a Confederacy into the Pantheon of the Republic, where Victor and Vanquished alike add not only to Arner | ican renown, hut in the plenitude of their achievements, to the glory of the Anglo Saxon Race. Our friend and Comrade, ! Gordon, wid talk to you about it.” Church .Votes Rev. .1. H. Wolir is conducting a protract ed meeting at Summit Point. There will he preaching in the M. E. j Church, South, next Sunday morning. Quarterly meeting services at Bethany , next Saturday and Sunday—communion ; Sunday morning The protracted meeting at “Bethany,” conducted by Rev. J. P. Stump, is still in progress—services there every night. The quarterly meeting for Charles Town ! station, M. E. Church, South, will he held I Nov 2 and 3 ; for Jefferson circuit Nov. 30 ; Rev. Mr. Brown, evangelist, preached in ■ the Baptist Church on Sunday morning and night. A protracted meeting began there I last uigui. __ Excursion Hates to Atlanta. Ou accouut of the Atlanta Exposition, | the 1' 4 O. If If. Co. will sell excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates. Reason tickets will be sold every day until Decern ber loth, good returning until January 7th, ISM. Twenty-day tickets will be sold every day until December loth,good returning for twenty days trout date of sale. We give below tbe rates lor season and twenty-day tickets from stutious in this vicinity : Season. 30-Day. Frederick. Md..*23 95 $19 90 Hagerstown, Md. 39 95 19.95 Keedysville, Md .. 29 55 19.25 Brunswick. Md. 28.fi5 19 25 Harper's Ferry, W. Va. 23 90 19.25 1 Shenandoah June., W. Va... 29.30 19 25 Charles Town, W. Va. 23.!*) 19.25 Correspondingly low rates from other stations. _ Rev. B. S. Highley, who was some years ago preacher iu charge ot Jefferson Circuit, M. E. Church, South, but is now, and has been for years past, editor of tbe Talbot Times, is referred to a* follows by tbe Eas ton Gazette : "Editor Highley is a busy man ; he visits the cities almost weekly, runs n spicy news paper, is town magistrate of Trappe, tills pulpits ou Suudays in t»ble sermons, runs a telephone company all alone, pays his lion e-t debts punctual!'', and is honored and re spected at home and away.” Stylish Suits for Fall Wear.—They’re here, read v to put ou. You can wear them every or Sunday. Clothes don't make the man, but they stamp the man as the mint mark sumps the coin to show it genuine. Wear otir clotbiag and you wi‘l think moreof your self and be more thought of by others These fine suits have been so cutaway in price that every man in this locality can afford a new Suit this season Now. when your thoughts turn to new clothing, wpy n<*t let them gan der to our store. We have the variety We have the style. We have your size. L Wm. Kahs, Sadler Block. The University of yew York. Mr. Editor: Thinking that perhaps your readers might be interested in institutions of higher learning elsewhere than in your own State, I determined to try and give you a description of the University of New York From this name a person brought up in al most any other State than New York, would suppose was meaut some one institution of higher learning, but this is not the meaning proper. In 17S4 the University of New York was organized, the plan being suggest ed by Alexander Hamilton, whose doctrines, as any Virginiau will remember, were di rectly opposite to those of Thomas Jefferson By ibis organization it was decided that all institutions of higher learning in the State of New York should be bound together into ■ one body, subject to the control of a board I of regents, with a chaucellor at their head, and known by the above name. The plan was submitted to the State legislature and adopted, and has been working ever since that time. At first no institution was oblig ed to belong to the University of New York that did not care to, but in later years it was decided by the legislature that all must join I it whether they saw fit to do so or not, and that the chancellor and regents must sanc tion all important movements made by them. The legislature later provided a lurid from which all universities and colleges 1 should receive a sum annually, according to the number of students enrolled,so that the advantages of the system have b come so apparent that the people of the State in general have come to recognize it as a great bles'ing There is another feature which has been added within recent years, which requires all person* who wish to practice medicine, law. or enter themselves as students tor the ministry, to first pas* a satisfactory exami nation belore the board ot regents, whether they are from New York State or any other. But a person who has graduated from any school whose standing is acknowledged gen crally as beiug good will receive a license to practice in his profession by presenting his diploma. Saturday, October 19th, the New York University, which is quite an old institution in New York City, opened the grounds for their new buildings which are to be erected on University Heights, just above the city on the Hudson River. The day was a per fect one, and the ceremonies, which were conducted in a large tent, were very inter esting. The opening address was given by Mr. Charles Butler, president of the corpor ation. The next address on the programme wtiri to have l>woi> imoli* tiy Governor Levi P. Morton, but as he was unavoidably detained in the city on business, Chancellor Anson Judd Upson was the second speaker and gave a most eloquent address. He was fol lowed by Mayor Strong, of New York City, with a few remarks, after which several oth er persons of note gave short addresses.— The whole ceremony was most instructive and interesting. F. W. B. [Chancellor Upson, is an uncle of Mrs. Frank. W. Bigger, for a short time a resi dent of this town and who recently removed to New York ; and we observe by an illus trated copy of tfie Tribune that she was honored on the occasion above referred to by a seat next to Mayor strong, and was the only lady who got into the pictorial sketch of the scene.—Ed. F. /'] Shoes for everybody at Hirschman's. It don't matter how large or small you want them, wt have them, and cheaper tlntn elsewhere. If you havn’t bought your boots yet, come to Hirschman's. We can sell you an elegant boot for $1.15. For the same boot yon pay more elsewhere. Our clothing stock is ‘imply immense. No trouble to get suited and fitted at Hirschman's. Don’t forget to come to Hirschman’s for your shoes. It will pay you to do so. Our 25c. hotne-iusde rag carpet is the best. Cotne and see it. All kinds of wool carpets at Hirschman's. Our men’s $100 dress shoe is the best in town. You can find them at Uirschman’s. Our 2d floor is packed with ladies and misses wraps, also carpels and oilcloth. Come and set* us. You can save 30 per cent.at Hirschman’s. The Infest etvles and colors in hats at Hirsoh man's. Don't forget Hirschmnn's on children’s clothing. We carry the largest assortment.— Remember, we make them ourselves. We can save you 30 per cent. A 10-foot silver-mounted show case and table for sale cheap at Hirscbman's. Just received a now lot of buckweat flour in package and loose at S. H. Landis's. Maple syrup, best quality, cheap, at S. II l.andis's. Ju*t received a lot of dress plads also outing and flannels, at S. H. Landis's. New Beedless raisins, currants, citron, tigs, Ac , at Landis's. One bread knife, one cake knife and one Cealing knife given away with every half-lb. ox of Snow White Raking l’owder for 25 cts. at S. H. Landis’s. Boots and shoes will be sold at manufactur ers prices after October 18th at S H. Landis's. Am overstocked in this line and goods must go. Corn, potatoes and country produce taken in exchange for goods at S. H. Landis's dry goods and grocery store. Buckwheat flour, hominy, and navy beans cheap at Landis's. Blankets, comforts and wool flannels cheap, at 8. H. Landis's. Outings, skirtings, gents’, ladies’ and chil dren's underwear cheap, ai S. H. Landis’s. Reduced flour 20 cents on the barrel at Lan dis’s. Goose feathers for sale at Landis's. X. 0. molassi - for sale at Landis’s. A new line of Westphalia hams at Landis's. A large line : Rockingham ware just re ceived at Landi >. A nice table peach, 10c. a cm, at Landis's. Chip beef. 20c. per lb., at Landis's. For pure spites, cheap, go to Landis’s. JKJMRRiED. October 22d, in Cbarles Town, by Rev. Jas. II Woltr. Mr EDWARD F. WEL< 11 and Miss JOANNA Zl'MBRO. both of this county. DIED. At Indianapolis, Ind . on riaturday, Oct. 5. Mrs. Bhl liE H MEADE, widow of the late Juhn Neia n Meade, of Frederick county. Va i Bhe was a sister of the late Mrs. N. 6. White, . of this town, ! GREETING. At the threshold of another reason we pause to make our semi-annual bow (editorially, we mean,) to friends, patrons and the public," ud to congratulate you, as well as ourselves, on the return of better and more prosperous times. The indications now point unmistakably to a return of the good old days that have been.— But we have not time, however, to dwell upon the past, utter prophesies of the future, nor stop long on the grand highway of progress and rest upon our laurels—laurels that have been honestly won and honorably acquired. Onward, ever onward, higher and still high er, is the goal of our ambition. Never resting; ever anxious that each to-morrow shall find us farther than to-day. Our proud position in the commercial world has been secured by hard work. We have built our fame on honest soil. Soil where truth will live and bloom, while falsehood and deception arc sure to fade and die. There is a mighty, a gigantic force in square dealing, and long ago we learned its potent power. Acts of duplicity aud the tongue of false hood never made an honest dollar. By adher ing strictly to the most rigid methods of up rightness. our firm is constantly growing in • favor and marching on to victory. In addi tion to an honest policy, we have added pluck, energy, untiring industry and a determinat on t-o secure the best of everything in the cloth ing world, and to get that article at the fonti I tain head. In other words t<> buy of the tmik I er, the best makers, at the lowest possible price I I 1,1,1 1 .. ...i PONDEROUS is the word that best conveys the extent of our purchases SUPERB is the word that most fittingly de scribes the great big stock. 1KKLSIS TIBLK is the word that conveys the fullest meaning of the low prices at which we will sell the goods. Yes, the low prices are very alluring. If you are looking for a store where QUAL ITY and ECONOMY join hands, give us a call. You will find true value that is worthy of your attention. Never before did our money have such a pur chasing power with manufacturers. The con ditions of trade have assisted us to purchase better goods this season at a lower figure than ever before in the history of the clothing trade In conclusion, permit us to extend our hearty thanks to friends, patrons and the whole com munity for the unstinted patronage of the past, which has made our business what it is, and hoping that we may merit and receive a continuance of the same, we are Yours truly, WM. KAHN, The Leading Clothier, Sadler Block. Charles Town Real Estate Agency. A. G. WYNKOOP, Real Estate Agent, ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC Offices in Real Estate Exchange Building, Op posite Carter House, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Va. Below are a few of the properties now on my books for sale. I am having a good many inquiries for farms. If you want to sell your property come to see me : No”. 200 A with Peach Orchard. I’rice$1.500 200 acres within one-fourth mile of R. R. depot. 3.000 Peach Trees 2 and 3 years old — 500 Grape Vines of different varieties; also Apples, Plums. Apricots and Pears Located above frost line contiguous to the well-known peach belt of Maryland; tine spring water; small dwelling and packing house. Price $1.500—One-third cash, balance in 1 and 2 yrs ( all and get particulars. This is a bargain. No. M. 250 Acres. $5 000. Good New Dwelling and Outbuilding. Ferry attached; large deposits of first class Iron Ore; right to 100 acres adjoining ; one-half of the above land is in timlier. Price $20 per acre. No. 11. Building and 27 Acres $3,000 Good 2 story (basement) brick dwelling; contains 12 or 14 rooms; good well ami cistern, milk bouse, smoke house, ice hou-*e. stable, good orchard, 3 tenement houses; also large brick mill and frame addition ; within half mile of depot and 5 miles from Charles Town Terms $1 000 cash, balance on time. The very place for summer boarders from the city. No 13. Pressed Brick Front Dwelling. $-3,000 Washington, D. C. On K St. V. E„ New Pressed Brick 2-storv metal roof dwelling, marble steps, front yard and shade trees; 0 rooms and hath room; heated by furnace. $1,000 or $1,500 cash, time as to balance. No.83 Brick Dwelling and 210 Acres. $G0perA A larze first-cla-s Jefferson county farm, fine Brick Building. Burn, *c . Ac.; tine orchard; farm well fenced and all in good condition — li miles froui Kipon. W. Va. $6,000 cash, bal ance on time with interest. No. 13. One-half Acre and Building- $1,500 Mildred St., Charles Town. W Va First-class, large 2-story Frame Metal Hoof Dwelling; 9 rooiusatid bathroom ; sieamheaL cistern on porch and hydrant water ; beautiful l,»t; apples, peaches, pear*, plums, apricots. Ac. One-third cash, balance in 1 and 2 years with interest. No 16. Washington Street. $3,000 Large Frame Metal Roof Dwelling 4->x40 ft.; lot 94 ft front, running through and fronting 94 ft on Liberty St; fine fruit—apples, peaches, quinces, Ac. $' OUO cash, balance ou time.— This is fine property. No. 1*1. West Street. $150. A neat 11 story Frame Metal Roof Dwelling well located Terms, one-third cash, balance in 1 and 2 years. I represent first-class Fire Insurance Com panies All losses promptly paid. When your jxtfiey expires, if you will confer with me. I may save vou money. Close attention given to the "coUecsmn of Haims." Rents collected. When you write about property give the number. All inquiries promptly a-i-wered. a.g. wynkoop. Real Estate AgenL Charles Town, Jefferson Co., W. Va. P O. Box 207. frert. 11, 1895. For Sale. Four dozen Pew s which have been in use in the Presbyterian l>-cture Room Are ; z<"*l roDdiiion aud will be sold at a bargain. Apply to S. LEE PHlLLlPa. Oct. 10, 1805— tf. LARGEST DEALERS IN CLOAKS. CD <U >» CD qj rt J w' Largest Stock of Carpets. S. D. HIRSCIIMAN & CO. £ BURNS & SHUGERT. 1894. 1895. BROWN'S JEWELRY STORE With pleasure we announce to our many Customer* that o ir Fall Stock of Goods has arrived. A little soon you may think, hut when Ton consider tiow laborsoinc It i» to push a crowd iu order to make your selection a couple of days before Christmas, you will agree that we are right. Beau 1 iful 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 valuo we solicit an early call. CI1AS. W. BROWN, THE JEWELER. HEN UY L>UMM’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 >;one before, and all tastes can be accommodated Fruit Cakes a Specialty. Oysters Fresh, Daily, and in quantities to suit customers. Henry Dumm. M. PALM BAUM k BllO. HAVE RECEIVED LARGE ASSORTMENT FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS Silks, Velvets, Flannels, Underwear, Blankets, &c. AT VERY LOW PRICES. M. PALMBAUM & BRO. Dwelling House for Sale. A Comfortable and Commodious Dwelling House, located on Congress street, Charles Town, for sale. It contains ten room* and cel lar good spring water in house, arid cistern in yard and choice fruit bearing trees. For par ticulars apply to FAYETTE B. 60UDEBS. July 24. 1892—tf. No make believe ever enters into selling at our store No make believe that a thing is what it isn't No make believe that our clothing is better than it is. No make believe that things are special when they’re not. No make believe, no shams, no false pretension* Right things called h.v their right narn* » and sold a' right prices. We have grown up under the above good mercantile rules. The i«arue rules still govern us, and we are growing and will continue to grow. pr<»sper, win trade and gain the cor fidence of our patron* by adhering strictly to these sound business principles. Wji KaUK. .Sadler Block. Our line of Men's Oiotbing is immense We have them in all styles, shapes and prices, which we are king in. We have sack suits, regent suits.cutaway, double-breasted.straight cut suits, long and short coata, price* cheaper than otheot can buy them at wholesale Wm. Kahn, Sadler Block. BUILDING SLOAN 1 lie National Building and Loan Association, OF HAGERSTOWN, MD., is one of the BEST AND SAFEST IN THE COUNTRY. A number of the best citiiens of Jefferson C ounty are members. Its dividends for four yi-am past hare averaged 22 per cant. If you want to *aye or borrow money, apply to tbe undersigned. • . S. 8. DALGARN. Local Sec y. Kept 4, 1805—3ru. CL axles Town. W. Va. I You all know that we manufacture all our own clothing. Our line of children’s suits is simply immense If you need a suit for your children call on us. We can save you 80 pet cent, at Hirechman's.