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Charles Town Spirit of Jefferson (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Charles Town, West VirginiaSpirit of Jefferson. Yvo. V., xxi Turnr 13, 1801. We j. C. Dulany & co., book3blt.er3 and stationers Headquarters for school supplies school Book. Copy books. Drawing books mathematical instrument. Globe. School desk. Slate. Numeral frames Black f boards. Composition Book pens. Pencils mates inks school printing of All kinds. No. 8 Baltimore 8treet, duct 3 doors below Charles Street. March is 1890. Baltimore . Local miscellany. County court february 2. Circuit court february 10. For Fine horse Bilu come to the Fennith office. Sale Bills printed neatly and cheaply at the spirit office. Brother Morrow of the advocate is Happy. It s a ten Pound boy. Or. Eugene Shugart sent up his jumbo balloon last thursday night. The Geo. Campbell co s. Mills Here arc running Day and night at present. Earnshaw & Dooley have contracted to tin roof the Large Bride Resi Dence of or. Jas. Hanson. Uncle Lawrence Parker an old and Well known coloured Mau of this Vicinity died a few Days ago. The beginning of Lent Falls this year on february 11, Good Friday March 27, and easter March 2d. Or Geo. W. Mario recently sold to we. Ii. Nailor of Pennsylvania Twenty three head of fat cattle which averaged 121c lbs. When you visit Baltimore Stop at the Maltby House where will be found first class accommodations and exceedingly Low rates. Air. Maurice Ivain whilst on his i Oad Home last sunday night fell and fractured his leg. Or. C. T. Richardson gave him surgical Atten tion. Messes. Davenport & Mallorie have opened a real estate office in the West front room on the second floor of the it off building adjoining the spirit Toffice. Benj. Hart coloured had his leg broken by a falling tree near Icelar Keysville last week. He was brought Home and Given surgical attention by drs. Is Eill and Bishop. Or. G. Butler was using a ear pick a few Days ago when a door was blown shut and struck Liis Arm driving the instrument into the drum of his ear. Lie has since suffered in tensely from Lite injury. The members of Malta Lodge no. So a., f. & a. M., at their regular to meeting held last Friday a right appointed the necessary committees to perfect All arrangements for the an Nual supper to be held february 20. Ibe c. M., & i. Co. Lirtie a Large Porcu of hands engaged in blast ing and grading on their Extension of is Orth Samuel Street. Or. H. Xiv. Norris general agent for the Western reversible Road machine has charge of the work. Easterday & co. Have contracted to tin roof the Large Canning establishment 40x100 feet to he put up at once by sir. Isaac ii. Stride at Lee a town and also have the contract to tin roof the Large brass works now in course of erection Here. Our popular and Well known Berke Ley county Friend or. John w. Dodd gave us a pleasant Call last wednes Day. His card As auctioned1 appears in this Issue and As he was never known to fail in his share of talking we guarantee that he can do the bus iness up Brown. Or. J. C. Holmes Lias completed the ground plan and Elevation for the harness Factor. The building is to be a massive three Story Brick Struc Ture with elevator and modern conveniences. Or. I Holmes has also nearly completed the perspective View of the building and surroundings. These Are handsome drawings and the manner in which they Are gotten tip is creditable to the skill of or. Ii. As an architect. By reason of the division erf the Shenandoah Valley Road into two divisions South and North of Shenandoah trainmen will run Only to that Point from Roanoke and lagers town and return. Messes. I. Cord r. Ii. Ili Leary a. Ii. Feigley and b. L. Cheney conductors and John Clements and e. Cheney baggage toasters who had been making their Headquarters in lager town have been transferred to the Southern division. Or. Samuel Michaels As in town last Friday and was the recipient of u substantial remembrance by Citi Zens of Charlestown for which lie re quests us to make Public acknowledge ment for him. Though left after the recent destruction of his dwelling without even a change of clothing he will struggle on again and Hopes Ere Long to have another abode for his family under roof. In tire mean time he feels grateful for the neigh Borly kindnesses which have been extended to him and says that he appreciates them very fully. Pope s original and Only genuine Reed Bird tobacco. Personal mention. Mrs. Jas. Law. Hooff has moved to town for the Winter. Or. A. Tanquary visited friends in Lexington va., recently. Maj. A. W. Mcdonald tails gone on a business trip to new York. Or. C. Hough and wife spent a few Days in Washington City. Miss Corinne Davis has been visit ing friends in Washington City. Or. H. B. Baylor and family of j Atli la Gai Are in the county. Mus Laura Kent cd is visiting friends in he Erst own and Baltimore. Or. And mrs. Win. Campbell have returned from new Jersey and new York. Judge Lucas has been ill since his i return from Charleston but is about again. Or. Lloyd and wife of shepherds town have taken rooms at miss Kliza Welsh s. Mrs. J. B. Tabb and children of Parkersburg Are visiting mrs. A. D. Donnelly. Or. B. Ramey has been quite ill but we Are Piea aed to see him about again. Or. Or. Russell and wife of great Bend Kansas Are visiting relatives Here. Mrs. Dodford of Kentucky daughter of col. Ii. B. Davenport Lias been on a visit to the parental j Home. Miss Cora Stuckey and sister daughters of maj. Charles of Chuckey of Bunker Gilill visited mrs. J. Ogden Murray. Or. J. Howell night operator at the s. R. R. Of lace Here is spend ing a weeks vacation at the parental j Home in Berryville. Mrs. I Lorence Hess of Baltimore accompanied by her children made a Brief visit to her Mother mrs. A. C. Stridor in this town. Or. I. A. Rulilo son of Madame Bertha Ruhl of this place is assistant editor of the South Florida Home an excellent weekly paper published at st. Petersburg Fla. Or. Harry g. Dooley and Bride j after having spent their honeymoon with relatives and friends in Lees Burg and Berry Ville have taken up their residence on West main Street. Miss Maud Campbell is at Bourne Mouth in the South of in gland visit j ing friends. She arrived there Tith her father on the new Steamer spree on saturday week. Or. Campbell is now on the continent. Cards Are out for the marriage in the presbyterian Church at Waynes Boro va., january 21st, 1891, of or. Frank t. Holt of Staunton to miss Nettie Reeder i Laius daughter of or. C. R. Haines of Waynesboro. Our Young former townsman or. Robt. L. Trussell has returned from Charleston and taken a position in the clothing department of messes. S. D. Ilir Schuman & co s stores. Bob is a coils teos Stid efficient Salesi Man and we Welcome him Back to Charlestown. We want Wood capt. George Baylor is not Only an Able lawyer hut As will be seen by a report of Liis farming operations published in another column is likewise a successful Farmer and gives Liis neighbors the Benefit of his experience in tiffs line. Buck an old War horse belong ing to or. O. Ii. Curl Nova of Berke by county died recently aged 35 years lie was Ridden in the Confederate a by capt. T. H. Buck of this county t and served in Many of the hotly contested battled b l the late War. List of jurors drawn for the se6ond Day of the february term 1891, february 11th of the circuit court of Jefferson county a. A. By. Cowley Robt. L. Morgan we ii. Burnett Robt. T. Banks Benjamin Langdon j. A. Eyster jr., chafes Unger Robert Earle j. J. Larue j. T. Allstadt Jas. B. Osbourn John f. Melvin trios. Cockrell George Biloff Adam Colbert John Blue John w. Clipp Robt. Lucas. Jr., Charles l. Barnhart Jas. W llo3 a Richard w. Mclntyre James Gran Tham Logan Shutt William ran William Melvin Jas. Titiro James Staley. Geo. Writt w. T. Mauck Thos. L. Ilyati we on yesterday visited the local Ity on the c. M., I. Corp and s grounds where the brass works Are going up and found it a scene of surprising activity. Until the be ginning of last week not a pick had been stuck into their find or a Ticle of material unloaded there. Now or. T. P. Lippitt the energetic contractor has about forty hands at work. The foundation has been built the framework of the Large foundry raised and the building will be ready for the tin roofing by the last of the week. The foundation of the first Annex is Well under Way and the excavation nearly completed for the second Annex. Or. J. R. Apps Fate of Richmond va., has Cli arc of the Carpenter work and George Vilart is conducting the Mason by. Great bargains in underwear blankets comforts flannels &c., at Timph a & Buo s. Or. Jeremiah a. Snyder Alife Long resident of this county died at his Home at Snyder s Mill on Christmas Day after u Long illness incident to old age. J. Ogden Murray has been appointed general state age tit of West Virginia for the specially company of new York manufacturers of office furniture and fixtures. Or. George Wingerd brother in Law of Rev. Isaac Gibson now of Norristown pa., and a Gallant sex Confederate Soldier of co. A 12th a. Cavalry died in Washington City on Christmas Day. The Benan Dorii milling co. Will during this year have two bargain Days in each week tuesday and Fri Day. Will sell this week for tues Day handkerchiefs and for Friday corsets. Very truly Nimrod Tiu ssell manager for rent from the let of april licit Tuc commodious and convenient dwelling property occupied by b. C. Washington Esq. On West Congress Street. House contains ten rooms Good Collar and has water in dining Root i and kit lion besides a Cistern in Yard. Stable and Carriage Lotice with Roomy grounds and Good Garden. B. So deits. Many orders have already been placed for Spring goods. Beachley & co., blog Creton. Have always been regarded As wide awake merchant. Look out for Nice goods at Low prices. an children s Coats. Furs blankets and All heavy goods must Jjo at a sacrifice at by Achley s. If you want dry goods carpet. Shoes Groce Ries window shades and almost anything you can think about go to by Achley s. He Sells cheap. A correspondent of the Harper s ferry Sentinel says that messes. Motor and Keller have disposed of one half interest in their Ore land situated near the Virginia Ore Bank this county to the sparrows Point steel co., near Baltimore ., the purchasers expecting to commence operations on the land soon. Our former countryman or. Am Brose Timberlake i3 president of the recently organized Buenavista a cassimere Mills company. The directory is a Strong one and if it were not Many deficiencies would be supplied by the courteous efficient Able and experienced president. The Mill will be in full operation during the present month with prospects for doing a Large and profitable business. Our Clever Friend or. E. Ii. Rein Hart of the Shepherdstown Vicinity in remitting his subscription to the i st till \vishc3 us a Happy and prosperous year and that we May be an inspired Democrat with plenty of real till our dying Hess Mist truly be one of the inspired ones and that his Zeal will not Wane Short of his dying Day no one who has Ever heard him "whoop0 in a democratic meeting can for a -1 meet doubt. Pope s original and Only genuine Reed Bird tobacco. Schedule of passenger trains time due at Charley town station Norfolk & Western r. A after 12 01 p. M., sunday january 11, 1891. Northward. Of. 4, 7 50 a. M., new York express. No. 28, 9 28 a. M., express. No. 2, 2 28 p.m., mail and express Philadelphia and new York. All trains run daily. Southward. No. 1, 12 11 a. M., n o. Express. No. 3, 8 33 a. M., fie Raphis mail j and express. No. 27, 5 27 a m., express. All trains run daily. The trains heretofore nos. 5 and c j running Between Shenandoah and Hagerstown have been changed to nos. 27 and 28 and will run daily. / w3s.fl.t Isi scr Fula it is that impurity in Tho blood which to cumulating in the gland3 of the neck produces unsightly lumps or swellings Whick causes painful running sores on Tho arms legs or feet which developed ulcers in Tho eyes ears or nose often causing blindness or deafness which is the origin of pimples can Cerous growths or Tho Many other manifestations usually ascribed to Humours which fastening upon the lungs causes consumption and death. Being the most ancient it is the most general of All diseases or affections for cry few persons Are entirely free from it. Hobo cured by taking Hood s Sarsa Plonta which by the remarkable cures it has accomplished often when other medicines have failed has proven itself to to a potent and Peculiar Medicine Lor this disease. Some of these cures Are really wonderful. If you suffer from scr Fula be sure to try Hood s Sar Saparia. daughter Markwas afflicted with scrod Ulous sore neck from Tho time she was22months old till she became six years of age. Lumps formed in her neck and one of them after growing to the size of a Pigeon s egg became a running 3ore for Over three years. We gave her Hood s Sarsaparilla when the Lump and All indications of scr Fula entirely Dis appeared and now she seems to be a healthy j. 8. , Nauright n. J. N. B. Be Suro to get Only Hood s Sarsa Parilis . Go six for �6. Prepared ouly i c. I. Hood a co., apothecaries Lowell . Too doses one Dollar september 9, 1s90., Church items. A protracted meeting is it pro. Guess i the E. Church South. Liev. C. K. Millikin is conducting a protracted meeting Aksum midpoint Union week of player services were held last week alternately in the presbyterian Baptist and methodist churches. The sacrament of the lord i sap per will be administered in the presbyterian Church on sunday morning january 18th. Services preparator week. Wei by hew Ench even Jig this Rev. Tor. It. C. Tou Bose who has been engaged in missionary labor in chm for about Twenty years spent last sunday Charlestown. Head dressed the presbyterian sunday school and preached in that Church n the morning and spake at the Resby Tenan Young people s meeting the. Eveni a he also delivered an address at the Union week of prayer meeting in the methodist Church on sunday night. All of his addresses were Able and interesting. With the beginning of the new to corned 36 by Erso clothing s. D. Milr Climax & co s. Great bargains in dry gds great a s.".?1 .0,0 or a s. D. Irinso Inix & co s. Pc tic following pub Lic sales Atic advertised in this paper tui Schij Jim Hurij House by in Best selections n children s Wear and Squeve Annethe Cost into the smallest by after a suits hat we Are Selling at v Ednes Daj december 31, 1890, the contracting parties being mis3 Ella daughter of mrs. J. Moreland and or. Charles Locke Rev. Julian Broddus of the Baptist Church per formed the ceremony after which a repast was served to the invited guests. The Bride was the recipient of a number of handsome and a scam presents. Their Many friends Here wish them a pleasent voyage Over them Trimor Al Fife a at a regular meeting of the Samar Itan Lodge no. 29, i. O. O. F., of Lee torn held december 27th, the following officers were elected for the ensuing term Philip Lindsay n g. Benton Blue v. G. Geo. Ii. Rams Burg Sec y. J. J. Ramsburg treas. Geo. D. Johnson w. Charlese Jones c. Joseph Wageley i. S. G. We. Ramsburg o. S. G. Phil p he try r. S. N. G. Philip Creamer l. S. N. G. John Lind say r s. G. U. A Roberts l. E. E. Dunaway Chap. The incorporator of the Summit Point and Jerry vile r. R. Had a meeting at w. Clements on wednesday the 7th, and effected the following organization presi Dent or. Sprigg formerly ass t. Counsel of the 15. & o. R. R. Vice president or. R. P. Page Berry Ville j Sec y and treas., c. P. Wilson Summit Point. Directors or Sprigg a. Moore r. O. Allen c. P. Wilson or. A. P. Thompson or. R. P. Page j. R. Ogden. Preliminary Survey was ordered immediately. At the n. Y. Racket store on Charles st. You can buy ladies White or coloured collars and buttons for 3c, Worth 12 big Job playing cards 7cpk, Worth 25c assorted song books2c, Worth 10 military shaving soap2c cake Worth 10 Bright coloured Satt can 8c cd Worth 12� Bright plaids for children s dresses 5 to 10c, Worth 8 to 12 men s Best Oil tan gloves fined or unlined 38 to 45c, Worth 50 to 75 ladies heavy fancy skirting 15 to 18c, Worth 18 to 20,"the Width makes the length of skirt big Job in hemp carpet 15c, Worth 22 men s Domet flannel shirts 45c, fancy and Good Worth 05 Best tubular lanterns 45c, Worth $1- ladies hats at Cost. .7. W. . From the advocate our neighbor or. John w. Rus sell has beaten All previous Rico resin the stove line his sales footing up to the present time since fast fall 115 Healing and cooking stoves. This 13 a showing or. Russell has reason to be proud of and is an evidence of his popularity with our people an the High standing of goods handled. Tom Moore 30n of or. Cleon Moore while walking along one of oar Back streets close to the Fence Ose Day fast Weet. Was very much surprised to have his hat Fero oved and torn up by a vicious dog on the other Side of the Fence. The dog if grabbing at the hat Cut a ugly Gash in Tom s face in the neighbourhood of his right Eye. S. D. Hirschman & cos columns. Tre will sell ladies cloaks and of tors at half Price ladies cloaks and furs at half Price. ladies cloaks and furs at half Price. Ladies cloaks and furs at half Price. I manufacturers of clothing. Jannary 13. 1s91. By the Way remember that 1.hi � hoi people s Fiir Garijo stake is the place to get bargains id dress goods muslims shirting Gingham corsets. Gloves underwear hosiery a. Specialities lost table linens towels. Napkins a. Gents furnishings men s an boys a full link. Palmbaum & bro.,.i � Fra nary 13.1891. People bargain store next to Watson House. Clothing v clothing for Man woman and child Doft almost wholesale prices at the Oue Price clothing House of a. Kaplon #3.40extra 3.60 @ 5.40fnmily 4.50 s. 5.65cohx Ileal pfc 100 lbs 1.25 sri 1.50wheat. 97v 1.01cor.white 59k 81k7ellow 59 to 01catsa. 47 � 53 Rte a. 78 83 5 a 7sides 6 fatal sugar cured loaf imm push trill toll together with Rood treatment honest goods and Low prices arc boned to produce Good results and a Pfow ins Tara Fly. Info Sci during business eared free ack a Tarae of Trade and on this season number Many who have never a tight in Charlestown but they Realise where their dollars go the farthest. So Wim us tile following motto always holds Good ouch a customer always a and Nobbie suits Ace to mania Afong Yonne men. In get overcoats and suits we Hare shades strictly of lined to us. Otto tables Are heaped with a variety of colors Seldom teen elsewhere. Come see Tia it win Yon we. November 31890. The leading Clothier Sadler Block Charlestown w. A. Note Tlle i on tie 7th of october we advertised that we would make a Elm go in on bus iness on the let of january 18su. We now inform our customers what that change is. We it pc adopted a it is a business proc Lilc old As the Hills that 41 Hart Cash is the Only i tin for which goods can be supplied at u Low margin. We invite open comparison Between our prices mud others confident that such a con so will make you our permanent customers. Therefore we make our terms Cash and Seli Only reliable goods at lowest living profits. Thanking you for past favors we shall Hope to Havo a Liberal share of you patronage la the future. Very truly yours. Burns & 3hucert. January .0,1891. New fail and Winter goods at the Charlestown w. A to Havo greatly iucrea6cd our Stock this fall mid now Havo a completo and full Lluz dry goods. Hrotic Mats hats. Caps. Shoes carpets. Matting. Tinware. Stationery. Wall paper. Hosiery. Ladies and gent s 1, Nde Itlear. Ladies and gent s furni8hing goods tinware cutlery m., acc., Aud a full of Ivlin Linery goods consisting of ladles Unla. Bonnets. Nelly by or ifs. Birds tips ribbons and All the latent novelties in millinery to on. We cargo nothing for trimming Llau and do it in Tho by st style. We can save you Money on All kinds of goods. To. Under by Benaim we can. We Len Duersel beaus to one Price. A october 21, 1su0. To All. Cash be four delivery of goods to w. Coffman. T. P. Lippitt contractor and builder Deal iii in jew Niev effete Altvare of All kinds. Flans and estimates furnished free of Cost to customers. All order for and materials filled promptly. Store and Yard Corner Georfe & Liberty 8ta. Factors and Yard George st and b.1890. Easte Liday & go s. Fail and Winter goods Rich and Beautiful cd Cottom at the la Dies store of mrs. C. Thomas main Street Carl Citow embroideries fancy goods and notion mrs. Thomas Lin Accel cd and is a t Iner. Her fall and Winter Stock and invites the attention of the la ies. To Beautiful la div underwear. tion. Tfce., sin ban added a Superb Stock of hosiery and gloves. done in Rood season. Jamed w in Bredec. Is. 1sw
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