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PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY.
V. VKIW^N *U«, !©•▼©•
CV0FF1CE: WILSON BLOCK, WBUC SQUARE.
TUr World trill btdtUttrodtptomrrt to all par it
Of!at HI, Ordtrt for aaptirt tatty bt fflrtn to tar
ritr. canrattrr. or trnt lojht Ofitt hi potto/. [
TERMS :-m per mtk, or Vic per irowith In
variably in advance. pertly autwcHptlona wm
be collected every wlirduy eventn* by carrietn.
and patron* are cautioned against payment*
«Fl:f takln* receipt* properly 'I*"*™ '’T THE
WOKLH In delaott of weeklv payroenljiaper
will lie discontinued nntll, tack *tio*eriptkm
pakl
Tar Wceklt Woild I* published every Fri
day morn In* at *1.00 ter year in advance. It
contain* *1 large pate*, or »« colnmn* of freah
matter, and i»the lar*e*t. beit.and clieape**
weekly paper published in the State.
Ail communication* for publication or relating
to new* matter mu*t tie properly *!imt“i with ttie
full name of the writer. Item* and new* of In
terent are nolicited, and uiion notice rent to the
office, a reporter will call at any convenient
pc*»t.
Advertluln* rate* furnished on application to
the office __- ' -— - --
Address all communication* to
THE WORLD,
MARTINSBURG. W. VA.
Ahtftt i at Ih* IWaJlt'* <ttjl\Y. Id ,
an Mcotui <1*** n*nil iMtfm
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MONDAY EVENING. JUNE-6, 1892
What i* needed everywhere iu the
United States is morerespect for the
forms of law, indejs-ndent of race pre
judice. The act of molts should never
lie approved by those who understand
the underlyin'; principles of self-pov
eruinent.
If Mr. Blaiue has* been correctly re
ported as waring that he will write no
\ more letters in regard to the Presi
dential nomination, then Mr. Blaiue
has put himself at the forefront in the
race for honors,at Minneapolis. Many
shrewd politicians have Wen waiting
until to-day for a final, peremptory
letter of withdrawal over Mr. BlaiueV
signature. There will l»e disappoint
ment in many quarters if such a letter
shall not appear.
The Peary relief party, iu charge of
Professor Heilprin, will sail.from New
> York on June 23. Independent of the
stores of provisions that are to lie left
for Lieutenant Peary and his compau
ions in case they should be found, the>
expedition will go prepared for any
emergency that may arise, as well as
for the chance of a stay through an
Arctic winter. There would be fewer
Arctic disasters if the same degree of
care should be exercised in making ex
plorations as attends the fitting out of
the relief expeditions.
NORTHERN LYNCHERS.
The passions of men do not seem in
this country to be controlled by imagi
nary lines, and the prejudice against
the negro, under certain circumstances,
seems to be as acute in Northern as in
Southern latitudes.
At Port Jerris, N. Y., a negro named
Robert Lewi#, who had brutally as
saulted a young white maiden, was
taken from jail by a mob and hanged
to a tree with all the ferocious acces
sories of a Southern lynching. The
Crime was a particularly atrocious one;
Ibnt there was no question as to the ul
timate punishment of the accused.
The courts were all in operation in
Orange County. The machinery of
.Justice might hare been depended on
to punish the negro miscreant, but the
populace thought that Lis offense mer
ited death. So they convicted him
without a hearing and executed him
without process of law.
What will r>6 done about it. Noth- j
mg, of course). Public- sentiment ap
prises the work of the mob in this in
stance, just as it does in Southern sec
tions, where negroes are hanged, shot
to death or burned for similar crimes
against white women. .
We have fewer negroes in the North
than in the South, but the crime for I
which Robert Lewis was mobbed to
death is punished pretty much the
same in all states ofrthe Union. Ohio
is no better than Mississippi as a re
specter of the rights of a negro charged
with^ crimes. It is sad that it is so; blit
' it is only when we have a Port Jervis
episode that we are reminded that the
mob spirit is universal in this country.
The rude, barbaric- ^ense of justice
and vengeance is as strong in Orange
County. N. Y., as in Miller County,
\Ark. ' *
Canadian Pacific Railway officials
and stockholders are inspecting the
line prior to making it England’s short
and quick route to Jaoan.
Angry at being locked out of the
house, Austin Hotter, of Carter Coun
ty, Ky., earvde his wife to pieces with
a knife and escaped from lynchers.
\V Steward AntoniaXYolati, of the
^Rochester Club, Rochester. N. Y. jsji
sSped himself because his young
\ French wife refused to let him poison
her. V
» t axiacar. *iec eats. '■«-'
a. a. aaaee. *aa-r <
THE
People’s National Bank,
Solicits Your Business,
And offer* erery accomodation < «>n»lst«nt with |
I estimate bankla*.
Pay* loterert at the rate of four per cent, per
annan on Time Ccrttftlcatee of Depoeft.
DIRECTORS:
H.J. Seibert.Oeo.8. Roa»h, O. W. McKown A.
J. Thoma*. 1. &***ti>an. L. C.Oerlln*. Ju F.
Thomp*on. E. C. William*. Jr.. W. W.
tloiiMWorth, P C. Foreman. E. W
Vanmetre. J. C. Frater.
DISCOUNT DfiY - FRIDAY.
saidy.
Wn. T. Stkw*bt.
Pre*Ment.
(imwit S. Hill....
H. X. Dcltmick.
V!ce-Pre*ldent.
...CaMiier.
The National Bank of Martinsburg.
ORGANIZED 1865
CAPITAL.. $100,000.
Siirplu* and t'ndlVlded Profit*, $34,800.
TRANSACTS A CENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
I'nder a well-organized »r«lem and careful
supervision. Having the advantage of a laree
Inc of direct correrjondeT.tr. theBank can offer
unusual facilities to all those transacting
Banking business. ——
Fun'S and Valuable* are secured In the cele
brated < orliss safe ami Large Steel Vault*.
Discount ltay. TawtUy.
DIRKCTUR8:
Wm. T. Stewart. U. S. IHatriek
Alex. Parks. A. R. MeOtlllkln.
Decatur Hedge*. C. A. never.
M. A. Snodgrass, O. B. LeFevre,
\y, W. Weatphal. lldl-ty
Central Barber Shop!
North Queen afreet, opposite William*
A Co.'* Droit Store.
Qeo, F. Mar\r\, Prop.
SHAVING, HAIK-fl TTING, DYKING
SHAM I'OOI NG Etc..
bone In the moat fashionable and artistic style,
and by,competent workmen.
WOTAMD COLD
SOFT - WATER - BATHS.
Shop furnished with liest Of materials,
and In the roost modem plan.
S-JMtn.
You Gau Exantfne
A
Our Spring and Summer salts until four eye?
ire tired. If fou find a flaw about them you will
to doing more than we are able to accomplish.
Sever have we shown such a stock of fine Cloth
ng and Gents Furnishing Goods as we show
:his season. It Is not only the largest we have
:ver shown but It is the best and most complete.
There Is not a good style, there Is not a good
>hape of any good make, from the medium price
iomestic garment to the very finest Imported
pattern goods that does not .find a place In our
store, besides we show many exclusive novelties,
foods not shown by any other house. Buying as
we do direct from the best houses enables us to
not only offer the newest and best of everything
in this line, but also to sell at the lowest prices.
\ good article is worth a fair price. A cheap or
trashy thing Is dear at any price.
We ask vou, everybody to come and see our
stock before making yonr purchases. We know
we can please you, and we guarantee to give
you satisfaction In all yonr dealings with us.
M. L. DORN,
TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
3 33 Queen St.
i doors from People's National Bank. 3-2CMJro.
GO TO BHNNET'S NEW
Mode( Photo Parlors!
-FOR
^photographs,
THAT ARK SECOND TO NONE:
Only One Grade of Work, viz;
THE VERY REST.
Instantaneous Process Used Ex
clusively. )
- - PRICES. - -
I'Doz.'
SxlO... 88.50
Imperials..........—. 84X>
Panels.... 5.50
boudoir....-.5.50
Cabin sts... «.»
Carre.........——I— 1.50
Mlnuetts........... 1.00
Views, 4x10. 8.00
“ 5x8 .4,. 6.00
t Doz. i Doz.
$s.oo
•0.00
*.00
2.00
1.25
1.00
.75
3.73
3.50
$5.25
5.00
3.00
3.00
1.50
1.00
.75
5.23
4.<y»
COPYING AND ENL»A^GING
- Finished m
j Oil.. CRAYON AND INDIA INK.
[ FRAMES, ALL STYLES AND SIZES MADE TO
ORDER. \
| Autotypes, engravings, etchings
ALWAYS ON HAND
Respectfully. ■' > /
C.CvBENNET.
J 13 w■ King St. St. Clair Hotel Building;
g'-ltn
j ALL KINDS OF ,
JOBBING WORK
i done in the
CARPENTER LINE.
^■°4ll build in jw of all kind* erected and repair
ed by the day or on contract, ( all bn or ad
dre*" J- H. NICKLIN,
2-3-02-6m. South Collette street.
tiflc achievement for the
EXTRACTION OF TEETH.
no unoroiorm, No Ether, No Gas,
Nothing Inhaled, Nothing Swallowed,
O^Don^T under
will positively extract teeth without pain. With
O-DOfl-TUriDEf*
any number of teeth can be extracted at a single sitting.
With OmDOXmTUXDER you retain all your senses while
having teeth extracted.
ODON-TENDER :
can be used by the most delicate persons. It in no wav gets into'
the system. Persons with heart or lung trouble can not be in
jured by its use, whether 'young or old.
For further information call on
Dr. T. S. McELFISH,
Graduate of Baltimore Dental College, who is stopping at the
Britner House, 22 East Burke street, where he will remain un
til Thursday, June 9th. fi-4-td.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Goal and (i&Jood,
Baled Hay. and peed
OF ALL KINDS.
HENSHAW ,& LICKUDER,
Telephone No. 51. C. V. ELEVATOR.
5-rr^m
Worthy of Attention.
Befor* Buying a
Gasoline or Coal Oil Stove,
REFRIGERATOR, ICE CREAM FREEZER, OR WATER COOLER,
EXAMINE THE STOCK AT
C. H. WOLFES’,
NORTH QUEEN STREET,
Opposite Adams Express Office.
Roofing, Spouting. Plumbing and Gas Pitting Done Promptly.
4-4-8m.
DEALER IN
Dry Goods,
Notions,
Groceries,
Boots,
Shoes
and Hats.
North Queen Street
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JVJartirvsbvjrg, West Va.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Coun
try Produce.
4-5-lm.
ECONOMIC PRICES!
Good Goods
FOR
Least Mope.v.
Dou’t claim to sell all tlie goods in the
City, but do claim to sell
GROCERIES, TOBACCOS,
RROVISIONS, CICARS,
FRUITS HXUFFS,
WARES, ETC.. ETC.,
at the lowest prices offered in Martius
hurg. Our motto is
Kuick Sales and Small Profits.
\
We only ask a trial and a call at
Jotw \\r. Ti>on>pson’s
^ Economic Prise Store,
Nearly opposite Catholic Church. '
_ \ _tao-iy
SlfiG KEE,
CHINESE - LAUNDRY,
No. 4 East Martin street.
martinsburg, w. va
All goods are washed and ironed l.y hand, and
is not hard on the good*. Coliars and cuffs
done up In any style, snow white, gloss, real
stiff, at 2 cents each. \
Please give me a call, as I claim to do all
kinds of Laundry Work—for ladles and gentle
men at lowest prices. Satisfaction, guaranteed.
, , 5-Mm
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No Blow or Brag In Ours.
-BUT WE ARE ON TOP IN THE
pvirrvitvj're Business.
OUR TRADE IS THE PROOF.
A W FUL BUS V,
all attributed to the
Finest Goods
-AT THE
Least Moisey
SEE OUR
Parlor Suits,
Bedroom Suits,
Dining Suits,
Chairs, Novelties, Etc.,
BEFORE YOU SET ON SOMETHING
YOU DON'T WANT.
Undertaking
AND I
Einbaiining
IN’ ALL ITS BRANCHES.
J. W. ROBERTS,
4-12-3m Opposite Pont Office.
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THIS SPACE
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IS RESERVED FOR
H.-'J. GusKWa N& Bro.
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p. vtttmoH mmn.
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THE WORB©,
DAILY AND WEEKLY,
Send for Sample Copy.
A
Want Everybody to See it
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Entirely fiecu Outfit.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
SHOULD BE IN EVERY H03IE.
Something in it for Everybody.
The Farm, The Store, The Shop, The Church, The Home,
The Children, will all receive consideration. It will
have all the latest news, General and Local.
IT IS NEWSY. BRIGHT, RELIABLE.
It is one of the best advertising mediums in Berkeley
County, as it (foes into more homes than, probably,
any other paper in the county.'
THE DAILY WORLD
is a six column paper, and will contain the latest telegraphic
news and the most recent city and county happenings. It
will be published daily (except Sunday), and will be
delivered early every afternoon to subscribers in
Martinsburg, or mailed to county subscribers .
at the following rates :
One Year, - - $3.50.
Six Months, - 1.75.
One Month, - .30.
One Week, - - - .10. t
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“THE WEEKLY WORLD”
is a home and family paper, with all the latest news.
With a view to introduce it and to allow the people of Berke
ley county an opportunity to procure an excellent county '
newspaper
UPON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS
We will send a copy of the Weekly, one year, for $1.00.
Persons having relatives and friends residing outside of the
State can have \
“THE WEEKLY WORLD”
mailed to the latter at the above rate.
...
OUR s JOB @ office:
is equipped with an entirely new outfit and with the latest and
most approved styles of Ornamental and Plain Type. Special
attention wdll be given to 1
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WORK,^^r
and the public may rely upon having anything printed at our
office.
FROM A VISITING CARD
TO A MAMMOTH SALE BILL,
j'1 - . , ; , ' -fr- . .
in the very best style and at prices that defy competition. Call
and see us wheniyou want printing of any kind done._nea.tly and
promptly. Office of Publication,
WILSON BLOCK,
Opposite. Court House, and on Public Square. Address all
communications to \
' | the UlORUD,
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MARTINSBURG, W. VA ,
F* Vernon flier, Publisher.
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