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CnAKi.ESTOWN, w. Vi., MAitcn 3J, 1891. Wm. J. C. Dulany & Co., BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, Ileadqn&rters for Scliool Supplies, School Books. Copy Books, Drawing Books, Mathematical Instruments. Globes. School Desks. Slates. Numeral Frames. Black Boards. Composition Books, Fens, Poucils, Slates, Iuke, Whool Printing of All Kinds. No. 8 Baltimore Street, East. 8 Doors below Charles Street, March 18. 3S90. BALTIMORE, MP. Local Miscellany. Harper's Ferry is to have a bank. School election 3d Tuesday in May. Kcfr Queensware and Glassware at <J. E. Hughes'. tJ. E. Hughes is receiving New lFurniture and Wall Paper. Mr. F. L. Better is improving Mr. Geo. II. Hagley's store front. Utie celebrated McGibeny Family at Washington Ilail Thursday night. Thanks to Congressman Wm. L. Wilson for a package of garden seed. The McGibeny Family is a remark able onc.-Cleveltincl ( 0.)I'laindealer. 'Subscribers who may change their residence April 1st will .please notify us promptly. Mr. J. A. Mathena has purchased an in'erest in the livery stable of Mr. "George Hunt. Early Rose seed potatoes from Pe Qzr Henderson, for sale at J. Al tlridge Chew's. Mrs. C. F. Thomas will leave to <lay for New York, to purchase spring and -ssinmer sjoods. ?A patent has been granted Mr. J. McElroy, of this place, for a me ridian drawing-board. Don't forget the dinner and sup per to be given for the benefit of the Charlestown Cornet Band. Mr. B. W. Mitchell, taxidermist, will mount a very large white swan for Capt. Ghas. E. Baylor. We want Wood. Will some of our country friends please send us a load or two this week, if possible. Mrs. T. G. Bayior and family have moved into the White house, corner Washington and Charles streets. For line repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry call at II. G. Knapp's, opposite Court-House. Mr. A. I). Barr has been making ^some elegant blue prints of the C. M., M. & I. Co.'s office building. Mrs. Susan Maxwell ha3 had a ?street entrance made in the east room ?of her dwelling, for office purposes. Master Clayton Thrush, a bright, active young lad, has entered the em M?y ^r- Geo. T. Light, druggist. Mr. John II. Bishop has introduced pipes for a coiled pipe water cooler in the oyster and ice-cream parlors of Mr. Guslav Brown. Letters are advertised at Okarlcs for Benjamin Barrett, T. R. Ba ker, George Dooley, V. M. Fisor (2) and IIally Whittington. Mr. Jno. W. Uussell will do the tin roofing for the harness and glove factories, and for the store building of Mr. L. M. Blessing. Regular meeting of Potomac Com mandery, No. o, Knights Templar, next Tuesday evening, at 71 o'clock. Business of importance. Tlie dues to Jefferson Permanent Building Association will be received at the store of Cooke & Washington, on Monday, April Gil), 1891. Judge Becl>with and Maj. McDon ald have thrown their two offices into one, and have one of the neatest and most coxy law apartments in town. Wanted?Old-time mahogany fur niture, clocks, mirrors, brasses, &c., cheap for cash. Address John Treb lig, 'J North Howard St., Baltimore. Mr. V. Kaplon, of Kaplon & Bro., he Harper's Ferry clothiers, has gone east to purchase spring goods, and will open a fine selection this week. Even the town-clock was compelled to succumb to the furies of the storm last Friday, and ''slopped short," on account of the hands being clogged by the snow. Mr. A. Woolpert, of Baltimore, lias rented the store-room of Mrs. Mary E. O'Bannon, corner of Main and Lawrence sis., and will open a mercantile business therein. M. Palinbaum & Bro., next to Watson House, are receiving a fine assortment of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Trimmings, Embroid eries, Laces, &c., and will be able to sell goods cheaper than ever before. The Carter House was again filled to overflowing last Thursday night. The number of visitors registered at both the Carter and Watson House i3 uniformly large?the influx of strangers into our midst being very great. We call attention to the Hamburg Bremen Fire Insurance Co., having recently opened au agency here, and being represented by the agency of Washington & Alexander. This Com pany is one of the leading fire insur ance companies, and we are pleased to see it represented here. Col. Jno. W. Gordon, of Richmond, is general agent of the company. Personal Mention. Col. R. P. Chew has gone to New York. Miss Rosa Talbott has returned home. Senator Faulkner's wife is ill in Washington City. B. D. Gibson, Esq., went to Mar tinsburg yesterday. Mr. Abtier Hopkins spent Sunday at the parental home. Mr. Harry West, late of this place, is ill at Logansport, Ind. Rev. Dr. Gardner and Rev. M. S. Read arc both indisposed. Mrs. Gustav Brown returned from Philadelphia last Thursday. Mr. L. M. Blessing spent a couple of days in Washington City. Mr. Forrest W. Brown went to Washington City yesterday. Mr. Eugene Shugart and family have removed to Harper's Ferry. Miss MaryS. Miller, of Baltimore, is visiting Mrs. Geo. Washington. Mr. Forrest W. Brown and family were on a visit to Baltimore last week. Miss Lelia, daughter of Mrs. Dr. T. H. Schaeffer, has returned home. Miss Zan Gibson has returned from a visit to Mrs. Woolford,in Kentucky. Miss Viola Molcr, of Bolivar, is visiting her cousin,Miss Minnie Moler. Marshall MoCormick, Esq., of Ber ryville, was in Charlcstown last Fri day. Ex-Mayor George McGlincy, of Harper's Ferry, was in town Wednes day. Judge Daniel B. Lucas contem plates taking a European trip this summer. Mr. Geo. A. Dunnington, of the Wheeling Intelligencer, was in Charles town yesterday. Mr. Lawrence Hooff has returned from Asheville, N. C., much im proved in health. Mrs. Wm. L. Wilson is visiting her father, Rev. Dr. Huntington, in Washington City. Miss Iiila Washington is visiting her brother, Mr. Lawrence Washing ton, in Alexandria. Miss Mamie Reininger has returned from a protracted visit to her broth er in New York City. Rev. W. F. Locke has been spend ing a few days at the home of his father, Mr. Thos. Locke. Miss Annie Hughes has returned from Staunton, Va., where she has been for some weeks past. Mr. Henry B. Debring, of Fred erick City, Md., has been visiting friends here for several days. Dr. G. F. Mason, we are pleased to learn, is still improving, and was out for a short while yesterday. Prof. J. Henry Noland, who has been at home for a few days, will leave to-day for Lynchburg, Va. Claude E. Haines, in the employ of the Washington Linotype Compa ny, has been home for a day or two. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Anna Byrde Harrison to Mr. R. Wormley Norris,at St. Paul's church, Weston, Tuesday, March Cist, 1891. Miss Lib. Fouke was called home from Staunton last week, and Miss Ella Fouke from Washington City, on account of the illness of their mother. Postmaster Iliginbolham has re moved his family to his farm at Wheatland, and his place in the post office has been taken by his son, Mr. Edward Higinbotbam. We were pleased to meet Mr. Geo. S. Eyster in town yesterday. He has measurably recovered from his recent sickness, and returned to Halllown from Philadelphia last week. The change in the B. & O. agency at this place was made last week,and whilst regretting the departure of Mr. Wade, our people are gratified that they have in Mr. Allen a pleasant and acceptable successor. Mr. Win. Sisk, whilst shoveling snow in front of Mr. Chas. W. Brown's jewelry store at noon last Saturday, suddenly fell to the pave ment in an unconscious condition, and was picked up and removed to the passage-way adjoining the Wat son House, where he died within a few minutes. The deceased leaves a wife and two children (one of the latter but a few days old) in a de pendent condition. The congregational offering on Easter Sunday in Zion Episcopal Church, for the purpose of complet ing the spire and other church im provements, amounted to overSl,200. Very few of the country members were present, however, the heavy snow preventing their attendance. The rector therefore concludes that he may safely estimate that when all the contributions are in the offering will reach 81,300 or more. The heaviest snow-storm of the season prevailed here last week.? Snow commenced falling Thursday night, and the storm did not cease until Saturday afternoon, continuii g without cessation for about forty hours. Had not much of the snow melted as it fell it would undoubted ly have reached a depth of three feet or more. As it was the ground was covered to a depth of from eighteen inches to two feet. The result is that many of the roads are almost im passable and the streams are being swollen by a rapid thaw. Highest of all in 'Leavening Power.?TJ. S. Ada B. Barley, daughter of Capt. Lewis Barley, Jr., of Winchester, died recently, aged 4 years and 8 months. The large shed used by Mr. Horace Beall for the storage ol wagons and agricultural implements was crashed by the snow last week, as was also the lumber shed of Messrs. Sadler Bros. Mr. John Kroal has gone to Boon ton, N. J., and will return this week with the families and household ef fects of Messrs. Samuel Glover and Frank Monson, moulders at the Brass Works here. Mr. Geo. T. Light's black marc by Grandmont (2147, record 2.26J) by Almonte, fouled a colt on the 17th in stant. tt is by Sam. Purdy (918 re coad 2.20J) by Geo. M. Pate hen, Jr., (record 2.27). We return thanks to -our young friend and former townsman Mr. Edgar T. Duke, of the Class of '91, University of Maryland, for an invi tation to attend the 84th Annual Com mencement of that institution, April 1st. Mr. Leo. P. Wheat will give a con cert hereon or about April 21st, as sisted by Miss Birdie Lucas, the pop ular Washington City lady violinist, who was here about a year ago. It goes without saying that the enter tainment will be a grand musical treat. Mr. Harry M. Whittington has opened business in the Hirschman building, corner of Main and Charles sts., and lias^ a nice stock of goods displayed upon his shelves. He i^a deserving young man, and should re ceive a fair share of trade. See ad vertisement in another column. The effort to repair the organ of the Presbyterian church has been amended, and it will now be in the direction of replacing the old with a handsome new organ. Subscription papers are in the hands of Miss Fannie Campbell, Cleon Moore, Jr., and Scott McKnight for thi3 most laudable purpose. Bear in mind that Mrs. Jarley will exhibit her popular Wax Works in Charles town about the last of April, for the benefit of the Baptist Sunday School. Prof. A. W. Hawks will ac company the old ladj'to Charleslown, and Mr. A. D. Barr will assume the role of "Peter, the Winder.'* About thirty-five persons will take part, and good music will be in attendance. Mr. Charles Ardii^cr, a well known citizen of Williamsport, Md., and cousin of Mrs. B. F. Dorsey, of this town, at his residence in that place recently aged 79 years. He was active in politics, and in 1872 was elected to the Legislature on the Republican ticket. He was at one time proprietor of the well-known Ardinger flouring mill at Williams port. Scrofula, Is tlie most ancient and most general of all diseases. Scarcely a family 13 entirely free irom it, while thousands everywhere are Its suffering slaves. Hood's Sarsaparilla has had remarkable success in curing every form of scrofula. The most severe and painful run ning sores, swellings In the neck, or goitre, humor in the eyes, causing partial or total blindness, have yielded to the powerful effects of Uiis medicine. It thoroughly removes every trace of Impurity from the blood and builds up the weakened system. Tho Worst Type. "My son was afflicted with tho worst type of scrofula, and on the recommendation of my Druggist I gave him Hood's Sarsaparilla. Today he Is sound and well, notwithstanding it was said there was not enough medicine In Illinois to effect a eure." J. CunisxiAM, niiopolls, 111. y WBAT Xg> ^ SCROFULA It Is that Impurity in tho Wood, which, ac cumulating In tho glands of tho neck, pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on the arms, legs, or feet; which developes ulcers in the eyes, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is tho origin of pimples, can cerous growths, or the many other manifesta tions usually ascribed to " humors;" which, fastening upon tho lungs, causes consumpUoa and death. Bolng tho most ancient, It Is the most general of all diseases or affections, for very few persons ate entirely free from Ik Ho,rBcr cured By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by the remarkable cures It has accomplished, often when other medicines have failed, has proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. Some of these cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, bo sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. "My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof ulous sore neck from the time she was22months old till she became six years of age. Lumps formed In her ncck, and one of them after growing to tho size of a pigeon's egg, became a running sore for over three years. We gave her Hood's Sarsaparilla, when the lump and all Indications of scrofula entirely dig appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy child." J. S. Cuul*, Naurlght, N. J. N. B. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla^ Boldbyalldrucglits. gl; ?lxforg& Prepared only tfj C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Z>owell, Kaaa* IOO Doses Ono Dollar Bc'i>u:uibcr 'J, lS'JO?.ly "their musical performance greatly pleased the immense audience. [Philadelphia Frets. The McGibeny Family comprise one of the be9t combinations travel ing.?Denver ( CoL ) News. Dress Goods of all the newest de signs, and Trimmings to match.? Prices will be made to suit, at S. D. Hirscubian & Co.'s. The McGlbeny Family are playing to crowded audiences, and giving great satisfaction. ("San Francisco Chronicle. When you visit Baltimore stop at the Maltby House, where will be found first-class accommodations and exceedingly low rates. Pubi ip Sales.?The following Pub lic Sales are advertised in this paper: Tuesday ,31arch31 .-Personal Prop erty, by Col. Jno. T. Gibson. About 5,000 people heard the fa mous McGibeny Family in the city, and a demand is made for their return as their praise is wide-spread. [Cleveland (0.) Argue. 2,000 yards of China and Japan Straw Mattings, the prettiest patterns ever shown here before, are now at our stores for your inspection. S. D. Hirschman & Co. Mr. J. R. Epps went to Oakland, Md., last week, and removed his household effects to this place. He and his sister will reside in the Fouke stone building, on North George street. . Messrs. Washington & Alexander, live real estate agent3, have pro vided themselves with a handsome j turnout, spanking team of horses and j elegant harness, to be nsed in con veying visitors over the lands of our Improvement Companies. "Shorthand at the U. S. Capitol," an interesting and lengthy article from the pen of Mr. J. L. McGIone, formerly of Harper's Ferry, and sev eral years ago a member of the Sen ate reporting corps, appears in the March number of the Phonographic World. ^ The Rev. Henry Wilson, who has been one of Dr. Rainsford's most zealous assistants in Che care of St. George's parish, New York, has re signed, to engage entirely in the work of the city missions. Mr. Wilson will be recollected as having held an interesting mission in Zion Episcopal Church, in this place, several years ago. A charter has been issued to the Tuluric Company to mine coal, bore for oil and gas, manufacture coke, operate pipe lines, &c. The office is at Morgantown. Capital sub scribed $500, with the privilege of increasing to $5,000,000. Milton Hirschman, son of our townsman Mr. S. Hirschman, is among the incorpo rators. Messrs. Wm. Phillips & Sons are booming .things at their factory just now. Their contracts for the month of March amount to over $30,000, and besides the glove and harness factories, include material for the "Hotel Powhatan," for Mr. L>. M. Blessing's building', for Mr. Thos. S. Smith's cottages at Rattling Springs, and for a hotel to be erect ed by Mr. Jas. A. Stuart, east of the Hotel Conner, at Harper's Ferry. A fire at Piedmont, W. Va., at an early hour Saturday morning, de stroyed the Simms House, owned by Capt. J. P. A. Entler, formerly of this county, and a double brick and frame dwelling adjoining, owned by Mrs. Robert Powell. Mr. Entler's loss was $12,000,- on which there was an insurance of $4,700, and Mrs. Powell's property was insured for $3,200. The fire originated in a closet in the room of Miss Entler, daughter of the proprietor of the Simms House, the cause being an im perfect flue or heating pipe. Miss Entler discovered the fire, and but for her presence of mind and pluck a number of lives Would have been lost, as the house was well filled with sleeping guests. _ Mr. Philie D. Davis and Miss Re becca Spinks were united in marriage at the parsonage of the M. E. Church South, last Wednesday evening, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Dr. Gardner in presence of a goodly company of friends and neighbors.? After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Da vis were conveyed to their home on South Water street, which had previous thereto been nicely furnished by the provident groom. An elegant recep tion was given the Charlestown Cor net Band, of which Mr. D. is a prom inent member, and his comrades of that organization and other friends were delightfully entertained. The bride was the recipient of many hand some and useful presents. We ex tend congratulations, and wish the happy couple much unalloyed happi ness. S. D. HIRSCHMAN & CO.'S COLUMNS. COME & LOOK at our 10 Cent Matting, r, i %' . ? ? . and oar 55c. Umbrellas, wort* ONE DOLLAR, at MarcV31, 18P1. BY THE WAY, REMEMBER THAT PEOPLE'S teAftGAlii 8TORE, is the ptaco to get Bargains in Dress Goods, MUSLINS, SHIRTINGS, GINGHAMS; ALSO CORSETS, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, AC. SPECIALTIES IN TABLE LINENS, TOWELS. NAPKINS. vfcC.; GENTS' FURNISHINGS, MEN'S AND BOYS' PANTS?ALWAYS A FULL LINE. M. PALMBAUM & BRO., Janaary IS, 1891. People's Bargain 8tore, next to Wat*on Hsmse. LOOK ! LOOK ! Special Bargains! tit the New Millinery-Notion Store ON NORTH MILDRED STREET. CHOICE SPRING & SUMMER STYLES now open. Tbe latest shape* in Straw Hats and Bonnets. Ribbons, Flowers* Velvets, Crepes,' Nun's Veiling, Mandkerehiefs, Corsets, Stamped Linens, Towels, Hosiery, &e. Come and. Examine Our Goods before purchasing elsewhere. Onr stock has been selected with great care, and will be sold at the lowest priees consistent with flue quality of goods. We have secured the services of first class Milliners from the city. March 24. 1891. W. E. SHAFER. AKT1IUR DaVEHPORT.} [T. Perct Mali.orie, Attorney at Law. Real Estate AND Stock Broleers. RENTING AND COLLECTING. HOOFF BUILDING, CHARLESTONS", JEFFERSON COCNTT, WEST VIRGINIA. January 13. 1891?Sin. I>r. Tomlinson's DENTAL OFFICE, Corner or Cha_ri.es ud Liberty Stbee CHAKLESTOWN. Druggist H. V. Daniels is prej ar ing to build a very pretty and con veniently arranged dwelling house on Washington street, Camp Hill. He hopes to have it finished by July. [" U. F. Sentinel. BALTIMORE MARKETS. BaI-ttvorE, Satcrdat, Marco 28, Fiock?Super $3.00 <S Extra 8.75 @ Family 4.60 <? Cokn Meal. per 100 tbs 1.50 @ Wheat U5 s Cohn?White 72 <a Yellow,..., 70J? <a Oats. ... 58 @ Rte 85 @ Bacox?Shoulders 5# 0 Sides 6X <s Haras, Sugar-cared 1CU <? AUD 6% & 1891. *3 65 5.50 5.75 1.75 1.10 7B 73 63 1.00 lC?f THE LEADING CLOTHIER'S COLUMN. Genteel Clothing OTTH SPECIALTY! An 111-fltUng rait may not make the man less a gentleman, 'tis true, bnt a Stylish, Sliapely Sait makes a gontleman took what ho really Is. It's odds In your favor to look like a gentle man- We charge nothing for giving every man the appearance of a perfect gentleman, la plain English, we GUARANTEE STYLISH FITS AT LOWEST PRICES'. So far, then, wo meet your Ideas of what a Square Flret-elass Clothing IToums fhouldjdo.? Next, can wo meet your requirements In Fabric, Quality aud Price? Decidedly yes* for we carry an enormous -assortment of Fresh and Stilish Clothing at Honest, Low-down Prices. Wm. Kahn, Sa41cr Itaildlng, the Safe and Reliable place to buy Clothing and Furnishing Good*. March 24, 1891. (111 On the 7th of Octobcr we advertised that we would make a change in our bns lncss on the 1st of January, 1S01. Wo now tulorrn our customer* what that change is. We have adopted a Strictly Cash System It *s a business priciplc old as the hills, that " HARD CASH" is the only thing for which goods can bo supplied at u IjOw Margin. Wo invito open comparison between our prices and others, confident that such a course will nmko you our permanent customers. Therefore we make our terms CASH," and sell Only Reliable Goods at Lowest Living Profits. Thanking yon for past favors, wo shall hope to havo a liboral share of your patronage In the future. Very truly yours, BURNS & SHUGERT. -January 0, 1891. NOTE THE New Fall and Winter Goods at the CHARLESTOWN, W. VA. We have greatly increased our Stock this Full, aud now have a complete and hall Una DIR.Y GOODS, 3srO~TIO]SrS, HATS. CAPS. SHOES, CARPETS. MATTINGS. TINWARE. STATIONERY. WAU, PA PER. HOSIERY. LAIJIES' AND GENT'S UNDERWEAR. LADIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, TINWARE, CUTLERY, AC., <60., und a Full Line of Millinery Goods, consisting of Ladies lints. Bonnets. Nelly Bly Caps, Birds, Tips, Ribbons, and all tho latest Novelties In Millinury Good*. We ebiirge nothing for Trimming Huts, and do It in the best style. We can save you money on all kinds of goods. Wo " Umlerliy liecnus we can. we Un derset bccaus wo wU." ONE PK1CK to ALL. CASH BEFORE DELIVERY OF (1GOD8. October at. lS'JO. J. W. COFKMAN. T. P. LIPPITT, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, DEALER IN dumber, Hardware of all kinds. Plans and Estimates fnrnlilicd Free of Cost to Customers. All orders for Wart and Materials filled promptly, 8TORE AND YARD, Comer George & Liberty St*. i * ? FACTORY AND YARD, George Bt. and D.A9.R. til Octobcr 21. 1890. 25 TO 40 PER CENT. REDUCTION I To wind np our present *fock and make room for New Goods OFdercd. we will Hell from JANUARY 20TH Ttj MARCH 13T. 1S9J. every Garment in our stock at a Reduction of frota 25 to 40 Per Cent. Look at these prices, then come aud cxauiiue the goods e MEN'S SUITS. ei.5.00 Reduced to #11.00 12.00 ?? " 8.00 10.00 " ?? 7.00 8.00 " '? 6.00 BOYS' SUIT8. ?C.50 Reduced to *4.50 CHILDREN'S SUITS Red tired front *2 50 to 91.25. LADIES' AND GENTS' L'NDKRWEAR ? White Merino. 00c. Rcduccd toM7>?e.; Red Fianuel. 62.50perpalrRednced to91.50. BOOTS AND RUBBER GOODS a proportionate Redaction?93.00 Boots for *2.00, Ac.. Ac. Wr Invite you to call and see that we mean exactly what we say. A GREAT REDUCTION t our \V hole Stock ! MEN'S OVERCOATS. 912.00 Reduced to * 8 00 10.00 '? " 0.00 0.00 ?' '? 8.50 BOYS' OVERCOATS. 92.50 Reduced to 91.50 First come, first und best served. V. KAPLON Sc January 20. 1801. Very respectfully, BRO., Harper's Ferry. W. Vs., and Brunswick, MdL "piSO'8 REMEDY fUK CATARRH.?Best. Easiest to nsa 1 Cheapest, belief is immediate. A cure is certain. For Cold in the Head it has no equal. It is an Ointment, of which a small particle Is applied to the nostrils. Price, 60c. Sold by druggists or sent fey mail. Address* E. T. HazBLYnts. Warm, Pa. November 18, 1890?ly. H. G. KNAPP, "W atclimaker and Jeweler, CHARLESTOWN, w. va. Ifott will find me at tbc Barton ptand, corner of Main and George/streets. Fine Repairing A. specialty. All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction. March 24. 1S91?odOayQO. Wanted! SEVKRA.L good Plasterer*. Constant em plojmcot for steady roen.^ j?,^0000 '"March 3,1891. CbarieMown, W. Va. Fall and Winter Goods. RICH and Beautiful Selections, at the La dies' Store of MRS. C. F. THOMAS, Main Street, Cbarle*town, Embroideries, Fancy Goods, and Notions. MRS. THOMAS lia? received, and la reedr intr. her FALL AND WINTER STOCK, and invites the attention of the Ladle*. To beautiful Ladies' Underwear. Em broidery. No tions. ?fce.. eb*? has added a superb ?toek of HOSIERY aud OI.OVES. STAMPING.PINKJNG and CREPE CLEAN ING?t ho latter a specialty?done at short notice. The ladies are invited to call aoi ex* amine. k October 7, 1890. For Sale! Desirable Dwelling Houses IN CHARLESTOWN. Prices and terms reasonable. P. C. KENNEDY, Feb. 24, 1851?tl. Oppofite Carter Hcraso.