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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON.
'?*r
Charlis Tows. W. Va., JuLt 28, 1891.
Wm. J. C. Dulany & Co.,
[ BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Headquarters for
Scb.ool Supplies,
School Books, Copy Books, Drawing Books,
Mathematical Instruments. Globes, School
Desks, Slates, Numeral Frames. Black
a, Boards. ComposlUoa Books, PeDS,
|P Pencl'% Slates, Inks,
School Printing of All Kinds.
No. 8 Baltimore Street, East, 3 Doora below
Charles Street,
March 18,1880. BALTIMORE. MP.
Local Miscellany.
Attend the Teacliers' Institute this
week.
HarryWhittington has a handsome
new sign.
The seven chimneys in Hotel Pow
hatan required 100,000 brick.
Mr. Henry Hooe has built an ad
dition to the dwelling of Mrs. Eliza
Bcnner.
Rev. T. J. Wilson conducted ser
vices in St. James' Catholic church
last Sunday.
Mr. Theo. Nicewarner has opened
a blacksmith and repair shop on East
Liberty street.
Over one hundred Confederate vet
erans from this county went to Lex
ington last week.
Mr. L. Feuilleteau Harper has
been appointed colporteur for Win
chester Presbytery.
Mr. F. L. Beller has added a story
to the dwelling of Mr. Michael Soud
ers, on West street.
I The Charles Town Cornet Band at
tended the Jackson unveiling at Lex
ington, Va., last Tuesday.
The dwelling of Mrs. E. J. Bles
sing is being raised and nicely im
proved. Work by Mr. Herbert Bles
h sing.
For good Buggies go to C. M.
Wiest, Kabletown, who has just re
ceived a new lot and will sell them
cheap.
Wanted?Old-time mahogany fur
niture, clocks, brasses, &c.. Ad
dress, John Treblig, 9 North Howard
street, Baltimore.
When you visit Baltimore stop at
the Maltby House, where will be
found first-class accommodations and
exceedingly low rates.
Mrs. Jno. W. McCurdy is having
very handsome improvements, an ad
ditional story, etc., to her dwelling
house on Samuel street.
Mr. W. S. Crim left yesterday for
Brunswick, Md., to engage in firing
on a B. & O. mogul engine, between
that place and Cumberland. la|'T
A foot race came off last SatqpSay,
between Messrs. G. M. SITfer and
Fred. Guntber. The former won,
and was awarded a handsome medal.
The new instruments for the Charles
Town Cornet Band bave been re
ceived. They are very handsome,
and the boys are quite proud of them.
We return thanks to the Depart
.ment of Publicity and Promotion of
9^he World's Columbian Exposition
for a handsome picture of machinery
hall.
Letters are advertised at Charles
ton for Frank C. Briscoe, Henry B.
Davenport, B. F. Fohl, Captain How
..'ird, Lee Phillips and B. C. Wash
ington.
Mr. Armentrout has completed the
brick work of the massive and impos
ing Goetz Harness Factory; and Mr.
Jno. W. Ruesell is tin roofing the
building.
A young man by the name of Tobin,
an excursionist from Martinsburg,
was killed near Island Park last Sat
urday night, by falling from an ex
press train.
Mr. C. F. Wall has just returned
from the southwestern part of the
State with a car-load of selected Stock
Ewes. Parties desiring sheep should
see him this week.
Fancy Groceries, such as An
chovies, Bloaters, Mushrooms,French
Peas, Mock Turtle Soup, Edam Cheese
and Pine Apple Cheese, for sale by
H. M. Whittington.
The ladies of the Baptist church
will hold a Lawn Party, on the church
lawn, Wednesday and Thursday eve
nings of next week, July 29 and 30.
The public cordially invited.
The found&tion for Col. Jno. T.
Gibson's dwelling on South Samuel
t street, which is to be a handsome and
commodious one, is completed, and
the brick work is to be hurried through
at once.
Mr. John L. King, who served as
telegraph operator here under Mr. P.
H. Hughes, and for some time past
freight agent at Basic City, has been
appointed N. & W. R. R. agent at
Elkton, Va.
Ladies clean your kid gloves with
Mather's Glove Cleaner, for sale only
by Burns & Shugert?where may be
found a fall line of dressed and un
dressed kid gloves in all the most
desirable shades.
The corporate authorities have
graded the east side of South Samuel
street, from Congress to South alley,
preparatory to setting curb for pave
ment, and are grading Samuel street
and South alley, in that locality.
The infant class of Mrs. Albert
Diebl and Miss Nellie Campbell and
the class of Miss Mamie Reininger,
of the P,resbyterian Sunday School,
were handsomely entertained by their
teachers at Stephenson Seminary last
Friday afternoon.
Mr. A. G. Wynkoop, President of
the Real Estate Exchange, has con
tracted with Mr. E. E. Beachley for
the building of two brick houses, with
modern improvements, \>n Fairfax
Boulevard, same to be completed by
October 31st, 1891.
Mr. J. C. Holmes will erect a brick
dwelling for Mr. J. W. Kelly on First
avenue; Maj. A. W. McDonald will
erect several buildings on the same
avenue; and Mr. Troutman will build
on Seventh avenue. Mr. Goetz has
rented two Construction Company
Uonse*.
Personal Mention.
Sirs. Margaret Nulty has returned
from Baltimore.
Miss Anna Forter visited Miss Net
tie Beavers last week.
Clarence Grim visited his home in
Winchester last week.
Mr. J. Shirley Smith has been in
town for a day or two.
Mr. Sandy Richardson is visiting
the parental home here.
Miss Maggie McKnight went to
Baltimore Monday morning.
Miss Kate Holland, of Virginia, is
visiting Mrs. B. D. Shugert.
Mrs. and Miss Iglehart, of An
napolis, Md., are at Capt. Flagg's.
Mr. H. B. Debring, of Frederick
City, has been in town a day or two.
Miss Annie Iglehart and Miss
Hodges are visiting Miss Laara Ken
nedy.
Miss Maggie McKnight, of this
place, is visiting relatives in Frank
lin county, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Petty, of Page
county, Va., visited Mr. Geo. H. Hag
ley and family.
Mrs. Jno. S. Easterday has re
turned from a visit to relatives in
Boonsboro, Md.
Mr. Eugene Rarr has accepted a
clcrkship in Dr. C. E. Lippitt's drug
store at Berryville.
Miss Kate Hatcher, of Bichmond,
Va., is visiting Miss Clara Read, at
the Baptist parsonage.
Misses Amelia Patterson and
Bessie Blake, of Baltimore, are visit
ing Mrs. C. F. Thomas.)
Mrs. H. C. Havenner, and her
daughter, Miss Nina, of Washington
City, are at "Mt. Parvo."
Rev. W. F. Roberts, of Parkton,
Md., has been visiting his relatives at
Middleway in this county.
Mr. J. F. Briscoe, of Roanoke, who
has been home for a few days, re
turned to Roanoke Monday.
Mr. Clias. E. Reininger, wife and
child, of New York, are with Mr.
R.'s parents for the summer.
Dr. H. C. Hoge and Rev. G. W.
Monroe, of Unison, Va., are visiting
the family of Mr. B. E. Beavers.
Miss Nannie Show, who has been
visiting Miss Bessie Whittington, has
returned to her home in Shepherds
town.
Messrs. T. C. Noyes, of the Evening
Star, and Fred. Springman, both of
Washington City, gave us a pleasant
call last Wednesday.
Miss Bettie Middlekauft, her cousin
Miss Angell of Ohio, and Mr. Robt.
Middlekauff, left yesterday for a
visit to Frederick City.
Messrs. Anthony and John Kenne
dy, of Baltimore and New York, re
spectively, have been visiting their
mother, Sirs. E. P Kennedy.
Berta, Frank and Tom Lackland
are spending the summer in Stafford
county, Va., at the Rectory, the home
of the Rev. Jaquelin Meredith.
Mrs. M. V. Chipley, of Stephens
City, Va., and Mrs. D. B. Iloean. of
Lynchburg, Va., have been visiting
Mrs. M. E. Bolinger during the past
jeeek.
Mr. J. W. Brown returned last
Wednesday from a meeting of the
State Board of Pharmacy (of which
he is a member), held at the Green
brier White Sulphur Springs.
Among guests noted by the Mar
tinsburg papers as present at an en
joyable party at the residence of Mr.
Wm. T. Stewart we observe the name
of Miss Rebecca Kennedy, of this
town.
The Mechanics' Band of Hagers
town will hold their annual picnic at
Island Park on Wednesday, August
12th.
Washburn & Arlington's Circus,
Menagerie, Hippodrome, Wild West,
Wild East, Moorish Caravan and
Congress of Nations will exhibit in
Charles Town August 15th. Look
out for advertisement and posters.
The Strider cannery at Leetown is
completed and will be put in opera
tion August 1st. It will employ
thirty hands, and has a capacity of
5,000 cans per day. We are pleased
to note this industry, and trust it will
prove a thorough success.
Miss Annie Colston, sister of Mr.
John T Colston, was thrown from a
vehicle at the N. & W. R. R. crossing
of the Summit Point road, near town,
on Tuesday. She sustained the frac
ture of a limb. Drs. Mason and
Neillgave her the necessary attention.
[Free Press.
The Kickapoo Indian camp has
been removed to Harper's Ferry.?
The prize gold watch, for the nearest
guess to the number of beans in a
glass jar, was awarded to Mr. Charles
Chamblin, who guessed the exact
number, 1545. Some wild guessing
was indulged in, the figures ranging
from 12J to 3,000,000.
The works of the Washington
Building Lime Company, at Bakerton
in this county, were totally destroyed
by fire last Sunday morning. Loss
estimated at $15,000. Insured for
$10,000, placed in ten different com
panies, with agency of Washington
& Alexander, of this place. Fire
supposed to have originated from
lime kiln.
Messrs. Reed & Long, the reliable
and energetic Rippon grain mer
chants, are spreading out. They
have established a grain business at
Grimes' station, Md., with Mr. A. 6.
Hilleary in charge; at Summit Point,
with Mr. W. C. Riley in charge; and
at Charles Town, with Mr. R. D.
Keerl in charge. They have already
shipped between 4,000 and 5,000
bushels of the new crop.
Mr. James McGraw, who by the
way is one of the beBt known and
most enterprising citizens of Harper' b
Ferry, lias just erected another large
bouse, or addition to his former resi
dence. It is a massive building, front
ing on Shenandoah street, and be
sides having one of the largest store
rooms in the town, will contain thirty
large rooms, for hotel or boarding
house purposes. The post office is
in this building, but will be moved
into the room west of it, which has
been nicely fitted op for the purpose.
Death of Mrs. Thomas Locke.
Mrs. Esther Ann Locke, who was
the beloved wife for 50 years, lacking
a few months, of Thomas Locke, Esq.,
died suddenly early last Tuesday
morning, at the family residence near
Summit Point, in the 69th year of her
age. She had been in failing health
for month6, through all of which she
showed perfect resignation and pa
tience. She was truly an elect chris
tian lady?of great faith, earnest and
untiring in zeal for the cause of the
Master, and lived a pious life, beau
tiful in its spirit and spotless in its
character. For 57 years (she hav
ing been converted in the 12tb year
of her age) was an active and faith
ful member of the M. E. Church
and M. E. Church South. Her hus
band, four sons and two daughters
survive her; the youngest son and
child being a minister of the Balti
more Conference, M. E.Church South.
The funeral services occured in the
M. E. Church South of this town on
Wednesday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
The services were conducted by the
Revs. Messrs. Tongue and Hamill,the
former preaching the sermon in the
presence of a large assemblage of sor
rowing relatives and friends. She
was interred in the Locke lot in the
burial grouod adjoining the church,
her brothers-in-law and nephews act
ing as pall-bearers.
Pope's original and only genuine
?'Reed Bird" Tobacco.
Pickpockets got in their work lively
at Lexington last Tuesday and Tues
day night. $64 were stolen from one
old gentleman, and various sums from
other parties.
Prone Sales.?The following Pub
lic Sales are advertised in this paper:
Tuesday, August 4.?Personal
Property, by M. C.,Wm. and Logan
Osburn, Executors of Logan Osburn,
dee'd.
Mr. William Anderson, the veteran
Odd Fellow of Harper's Ferry, has
received the gold badge awarded to
persons who have been members of
the State Lodge for 25 years. Mr.
Anderson claims a membership in the
I. O. O. F. of 50 years.
Bush meetings, under the joint
auspices of Charles Town and Har
per's Ferry charges of the M. E.
Church (Colored), will he held in the
grove on the Ranson land, north of
Charles Town, on the first Sunday,
and at Harper's Ferry on the second
Sunday in August.
The Free Will Baptists will hold
their third annual camp meeting at
Conococheague Island, near Cham
bersburg, Fa., commencing July 24
and ending August 3. Special trains
Sundays, July 26 and August 2, pass
ing Charles Town at 8:12 A. M.?
Fare for round trip, $1.75.
Miss Lillie W. Dinkle was the lucky
winner of the third prize given by the
Home Facinator, of Montreal, Cana
da, to the person furnishing the larg
est number of words from the words
"The World's Fair." The prize con
sisted of an elegant silver tea set,
gold lined. The first prize was a free
trip to Europe or $1,000 in gold.
| Free Press.
The nineteen-hund red-pound safe
belonging; to Messrs. A. Spencer &
Co., Harper's Ferry, and which was
washed away by the flood of 1889,
with the company's store-house, has
been recovered about a quarter of a
mile below the B. & O. bridge at Har
per's Ferry. It was unearthed in the
bed of the canal by the Italians at
work on this thoroughfare, and had
been sledged to pieces before Mr.
Spencer could remove it. Some jew
elry and coin, notes at hand and ca
nal orders were recovered in good
condition, but severel hundred dol
lars' worth of other papers were des
troyed by rough handling.
/ Peculiars
Many peculiar points make Hood's 8?r
gapsrllla superior to all other medicines.
Peculiar in combination, proportion,^
and preparation of ingredients,^^ dl
Hood's fiarsaparUla possesses
the ton curative value of the
best known rem?41e?^J8^r of
the vegetable king-^^jO^^dom.
Peculiar in itBtrenSfl'
and economy?Hoo&'m 8ar
sapariHa Istho only medi
cine of^^^^whieli can truly
beaaidj^^OV "OneHundred Doses
OnDollar." Medicines in
XftV larger and smaller bottles
**3hV^^require larger doses, and do not
V. ^ produce as good result* as Hood's.
jr Peculiar In its medicinal merits,
Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith
erto unknown, and has won for itself.,
the title of "The greatest bloc
purifier ever discovered.",,
Peculiar in its ?'good n<
fcome,"?there is noi
of Hood's Sarsaparllla .
Lowell, where^
than of ^ blood
purifiers. .^Peculiar in its
record of sales
abroad.^- ^,\>^no other preparation
ever attained such popu
dty in so short ? time,
and retained its popularity
" confidence among all classes
Do not be indued to buy other preparations,
but be sure to get the Peculiar Medicine,
! Hood's Sarsaparilla -
Bold by all dnzgglctt. gl; mix tor B&. Prepared only
lyftLHOOP * OO., lpattwrlii.Uw?a?MW>
IOO. Poses .One Dollar
Sept. 9,1880?ly.
The Washington and New York
volunteer cavalrymen arrived here
last Tuesday, and encamped on the
beautiful Colston meadow. They
were heartily welcomed by our people,
and were so well pleased here that
they prolonged, their stay until
Wednesday night. Before leaving
they paraded through town, escorted
by the Charles Town Cornet Band,
which had just returned from Lex
ington.
Agricultural Fairs, Exhibitions,
&c., will be held this year as follows:
Berryville, Va.?Aug. 19 and 20.
Williams Grove, Pa.?Aug. 24-29.
Point Pleasant, W, Va.?Aug. 25
28.
Morgan's Grove, W. Va.?Sept.
1-4.
Wheeling, W. Va.?Sept. 7-11.
Parkersburg, W. Va.?Oct. 6-9.
Frederick, Md.?Oct. 13-16.
Hagerstown, Md.?Oct. 13-16.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
of all In leavening strength.?Latest V. H. Gov
ernment Food Report.
June 23, 159!?ly.
Pope's original and only genuine
"Reed Bird" Tobacco.
Bargains in Table Linens, Towels,
&c., at M. Pai.mbaum & Bro.'s.
Palmbaum's is the place for Under
wear, Hosiery, Corsets, &c. Next
to Watson Hoase.
Sixty days yet of hot weather will
enable any customer to realize much
comfort and benefit out of purchases
of real Summer Wear at the extreme
bargains Geo. H. Haglet is offering
tbem at now. Call at the Temple of
Fashion.
Cambridge Mixture, English Slice,
Perique, Seal of North Carolina, cut
plug; and granulated ? Bob White,
Pride of-Virginia, Mountain Rose?
\ lb. with pipe for 5 cents; Green
back, Gold Bug and Eureka Smoking
Tobaccos, for sale by
S. iS. Dalgabn.
Watson's Digestive Powder, a 9ure
cure for dyspepsia.
Blank Books, Paper and Envelopes
at Light & Watson's.
A superior article of Florida and
Violet Water, at Light & Watson's.
Try Light & Watson's Concen
trated Flavoring Extracts, and you
trill use no other.
Read Kahn's Great Bargain Sales.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.?In
this branch of our business we show
an immense variety in all depart
ments. Our uniform system of fair
prices is practical proof that it costs
no more to wear first-class Gents'
Furnishings than it does second-class
goods. W?. Kahn, Sadler Block.
Great Bargains in Suits.?A com
pumsory sale of Gents' Fine Suits by
one of New York's largest manufac
turers, has put some 500 Suits in our
9tock at 50 cts. on the dollar, and we
offer tbem to you at the same great
bargain price. Come early, before
they are all gone.
Wm. Kahn, Sadler Bldg.,
Clothier, Furnisher and Hatter.
Ladies, for your Summer Hats
come to Hirschxan's.
Don't buy your Shoes until you see
ours. Immense reduction, at
Hirchman's.
For Sale.?An elegant set of Har
ness, never been used ; a bargain, at
Hirschman's.
Don't buy Summer Dress Goods
until you see ours. Immense reduc
tions, at Hirsciimah's.
Don't buy a pair of Corsets until
you see our line. Immense reduc
tion, at Hirschman's.
For Sale?an elegant Set of Har
ness, never been used, at agreat bar
gain, at Hirschman's.
Pope's original and only genuine
"Reed Bird" Tobacco.
X>r. Tomlinson's
DENTAL OFFICE,
Zobmb* or Cuilii jlvd Libxbtt 8tk*?-s,
CHARLESTOWN.
BALTIMORE MARKETS.
Baltimore, Saturday, Jult 25,1891.
Flocr?8oper *3.50 m $3.73
Extra 3.50 ($ 5.50
Familj 4.50 @ 5.60
Corn M*al, per 100 tbo 1.50 @ 1.60
Whkat ? 70 <B 95
Corn?White 75 @ 75
Yellow 70 @ 75
Oats 45 @ 48
Rte 65 @ 76
Bacon?Shoulders 0 @ 8
Sides 7>,f ? 1%
Hams, Sugar-cored 13 @ 13>?
Lard 6Ji @ 8
SWEEPING SALE
A
Stock of Goods
for sale at Cost, and even
Regardless of* Cost,
rather than remove them. The stock consists
of Groceries. Qneensware, Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots and Shoes and Wooden ware. The rea
son for this sale is that I hare determined to
remove to Goshen, Virginia.
J. .A.. CHEW.
Jnne 30,1891.
HSTEW GOODS
IN
MILLINERY,
Fancy Goods & Notions,
AT
Mrs. J. M. Sencindiver's,
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
R. & G. Corsets a Specialty.
April 28,1891.
For Sale.
AN elegant NEW SPRING WAGON, with
Top?suitable for one or two horses?
Doable Cushioned Seats, Shafts and Pole, and
everything complete. Made by Mr. August
Schuite, and a first-class vehicle in every par
ticular. Will cither sell or trade for a good
horse. S. C. YOUNG.
Jnly 14, 1891?3t-?
IF you have a Fat Ewe, Buck or fall Lamb,
now is the season to cell them.
March 3,1861. C- V. WALL.
S. D. HIRSCHMAN & CO.'S COLUMNS.
HIRSCHMAN'S
GREAT MIDSUMMER
-7 "
\ r';?-.: ?* ??"v ' ri~";?T'C '?
liar gain /Sate
IN
DRESS GOODS,
MtLLurmn r,
AND
CLOTHING.
S. D. HIM 4 CI).
July 7. 1S01. ?
REMEMBER.
I P1L1BII t mi
PEOPLE'S BARGAIN STORE, is the place to get Bargains In
SPRING AND SIJMMEK
Dress Goods, Trimmings, White Goods, Laces,
EMBROIDERIES, LACE CURTAINS,
BED SPREADS, TABLE LINENS,
Towels. Ac. Also a fall line of Hosiery, Underwear. Corsets, Glores, Mitts, Ribbons, Par
asols, Gents' Furnishings, Men's and Boys' Pants, always a fall stock. Prices lower than ever.
M. PALMBAUM & BRO.,
May 36, 1891. Next to Watson House.
LOOK ! LOOK !
Special Bargains!
at the New
Millinery: Notion Store
ON NORTH MILDRED STREET.
CHOICE SPRING & SUMMER STYLES
now open. The latest shapes in Straw Hats and Bonnets. Ribbons, Flowers, Velvets, Crepes,
Nan's Yelling, Mandkerchiefs, Corsets, Stamped Linens, Towels, Hosiery, Ac.
Come and. Examine Our G-oods
before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock has been selected with great care, and will be sold at
the lowest prices consistent with fine quality of goods. We have secured the services of first
class Milliners lrftm the city.
March 84,1891. W. E. SHAFER.
FERTILIZERS.
8NENANDOAH,
POTOMAC,
SPECIAL MIXTURE,
FOR WHEAT.
Home Ground Bone.
HAVING made arrangements to manufac
ture Fertilizers at the Valley Fertilizer
Company'* Factory, we offer to the farmers of
Jefferson and adjoining counties the above and
other brands. These hare been heretofore
manufactured under the sous and peksoimx
direction of Or. W. F. Lippitt. We can there
fore guarantee not only the same analysis, but
the same matzbiau hitherto used. We will
be prepared to supply all special and private
mixtures, for which orders must be given by
September 1st.
W. F. & T. F. LIPPITT.
June 80.1831.
For Sale!
Desirable Dwelling Houses
IN CHARLESTOWN.
Pricea and terms reasonable.
P. C. KENNEDY.
Feb. a*. 1891?tt. Opposite Carter House.
H. Gr. KNAPP,
Watchmaker
and Jeweler,
CHARLESTOWN, W. YA.
You will find me at tbe Barton stand, corner
of Main and George street*.
Fine Repairing
A SPECIALTY.
All Work Warranted to Give
Satisfaction.
March 24,1881?odQ38-90.
New Store! New Goods!
THK undersigned desires to announce that
be has opened on North Mildred street,
Dear B.AO. depot, a stock of
Groceries, Notions,
CONFECTIONS, TOBACCO AND
CIGARS,
and solicits a share of pabUc patronage.
Respectfully, h. M. BLESSING.
May 86,1891.
New Spring and Summer Goods at the
III M um Ml
CHARLESTOWJST, W. VA.
We hare greatly increased oar 8took this Fall, aid now hare a complete and fall
DEY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HATS. CAPS, SHOES. CARPETS, MATTINGS. TINWARE. STATIONERY, WALL PA
PER. HOSIERY. LADIES' AND GENT'S UNDERWEAR. LADIES' AND GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODS, TINWARE, CUTLERY, <fcC., AC., and ft Full Lluo of
Millinery Goods,
consisting of Ladles Hate, Bonnets. Nelly BIy Caps, Birds, Tips, Ribbons, and all the latest
Novelties in MiUinory Goods. We charge nothlog for Trimming Hats, and do it In the best
ityle. We can save you money on all kinds of goods. We '? Underbv becans we can, weUn
dersel becaus we wU." ONE PRICE to ALL. CASH BEFORE DELIVERY OF GOODS.
May 19.1801. J. W. COFFMAM.
SHENANDOAH BRASS & IRON WORKS,
Cliar-les .Town, "W. Ya.,
?xMutat aeturers of
BRASS AJSOD IRON" GOODS
VOB
PLUMBERS, STEAM AND CAS FITTER8,
and dealers in
Wrought Iron Pipe, Supplies, Ac.
t&~ The attention of all titers of tbls class of goods In the 8henandoah Valley Is especially
sailed to the above, for not only will the goods be sold at the lowest WHOLESALE rates, bat
the great saving in freight over purchasing in far off markets, should be carefully considered.
BRASS CASTINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
April 14. 1891?ly.
Dr. Warner's Celebrated
(Mill tin
Dr. Warner's Corset has one peculiarity whlcli pertains to no
other Corset; the Corallne busts are soft and flexible, retain thoir
shape perfectly, and Impart to tbe wearer a wull proportioned
and beautiful flgnre. The Corset is boned with Coralins which Is
superior to the finest whalebone. Made in medium and extra
long waists. For sale by
Burns & Shugert,
THE CASH STORE.
June 80,1891.
?
We Are In It!
And will Beat the Cotter* Catting, or break a trace I
Mid-Summer Slash in Clothing for Males !
CTTT! CUT! OTJT! OUT!
piimiHiiw.
?3" And will not be undersold, If we hare to go LOWER.
6* The Greatest Opportunity of Yonr Life?and for 80 Days Only.
?3" Goods all This Season's Style*?No Antiquated Auction Stuff f
We will not be Downed by Anybody. Examine where you will, bnt 8EE U8 BEFORE
fHROWING AWAY GOOD MONEY. Respectfully,
V. KAPLON & BRO.,
July 14,1891. Clothiers, Harper'* Ferry, W. Va.
50 Cents on the
and we offer them to you at the same great bargain price. Coma early, before
gone.
Wm. Kahn
Jnly 7,1891.
Sadler Bnlldlng, Clothier, Fnrnishcr and Hatter.
A compulsory sale of Men'*,
J. F. REININGER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Hu just received the
Largest Assortment of
SPHIISTGh
SAMPLES
erer exhibited In Jeffenon County,
And Will Make 8uits to Order
AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
Having 25 yean' experience m a Cutter, wll
euaruntee yoa a fit or no *ale. Work Prompt!
ly and Carefully Executed. Call and lw con
vinced. Your* respectfully.
J. F. REININGER,
April 23,1881. Merchant Tailor.
RENNER'S CASH STORE
RINK BUI DING, CHARLE8TOWN,
Dealer in
FLOUR & MILL FEED
of all kinds, including the highect grade* of
Roller and Burr Flour, Corn Meal, Ac. For
?ale or exchange for Wheat or Cora. WOlalao
keep all
Standard Groceriesv
Bacon, Ac.
Country Produce of all kind* taken in ex
change for good*. J- N. RRNNER
J. 8. Rzxsxs in charge.
Taos. C. Xakxsbaw.] [B. Fujik Doolx r.
EARNSHAW & DOOLEY,
(Hllberf. Bnildlcjf, Halo Street,)
CHABLE8TOWN, W. VA.,
Dealer* tn
COOKING STOVES, RANGES, BASE
BURNING AND HEATING STOVES
of all kind*, and Manufacturer* of
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IROX
WARE.
Special Attention given to
Roofing and Spouting.
All Kinds of Repairing promptly done. !'!?
? 1 AVTNfl TTttrrhmti th m atnrir
XX Tool* fndStoveaof Messrs. Duke * SZ
taher, we will conttcoa the Tin and Store bus
iness in an its various branches. We will keep
on hand a lull clock oi tinware of oar own
manufacture, and win make to orde r promptly,
any article In our line. Being both practical
tinners, the senior having served IT years at the
business, is a guarantee that woric entrusted to
us win be properly ezecatcd. Wc guarantee
an work at lowest prices, sod ask % share of
the public patronage.
EARNBHAW & DOOLEY.
February 80,1868. ?
Charles Street Restaurant
Newly Fitted up for the Season of 1881.
JAMES W. THOMAS
la now prepared to servo all I"
at his Restaurant in the nortl
BulldJnz on Charles St., (Op:
hours, and invites bis friends <
large to call and give him at.
put up In tbe mortar
Sort made to please!

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