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The Old Family Journal. (iUIMG TO PRESS. Win. .1. J n••*, foreman of the composing room of th Sew Orleans Tim *, died recently. J«-t before bis death he became conscious for a un> y incut, and in that gleam, dwelling up<*n the habit of bis life, be s.rTtenly eaclaimed : “ The ad* sr. all right, Sherman : K*cL op tbe form* and let's go to press.” Fellow-man, a moment linger. On the dying printe r's speech ; Far it bear* a weighty lesson. Our unheeding licai t* to leach. lar by day thou art composing What a universe shall read. Type to type arteeascless setting, As thou addest deed to deoJ. Ah. h"W surely life’s full column*, Whi n the hjnd that si t them Ik* Fined in an unbroken stillness, Their composer advertise. Soon the form* are locked forever, Changeless shall th Impression be ; Sean thy proofs in time, O priatei : Thou ait near eternity. Are the “ ads ” alt righ t. composer ? Art thou standing justified ? lU .wly now for death and judgment, Their uu!i>ldings to abide ? S<>shall thou, as night advance*. t,reit thv uu-taytng Pressman's call; Th.-n await the morn eternal Fublu-iiing tiiy lile to atL ('iiiiijo Shmd tni. VA K1KTY. Adam aud Eve’s Wedding. Du! you ever contemplate Ike p vorfy o Adam when lie tovk Eve l< r l< tier or worse Only tbit k of it. lie hadn’t a hat to Lis Lead a Coat to Lis back, a pair of shoes to his feet n r " nai j a red cent " it. 1 is tr< users pocket Eve It. tight no Jewry ; she bad nothing t lestuv. save her love and affection, and as h< w is the only young fellow ar< niiJ it was heoi nobody. Eip dly as p« n-r as her husband, sh< can.e to him without a l nnct or shawl, cali • g rtvrt, or even a j iir of slipp rs. M 'scs for g't in Lis reminiscences to give any account i •he wedding trip, tut fr ni what we can gath fr m rrg;»r i 10 Uiv warurvit-n t*i wi.u u»t tLeir Luggage would have proved do incum brance— for a very limited am cut t sufficed liming I j :<• mm tv. ry body »m • t aenc * tint, fi r tl.tr - wete uvtio but th« t: selves t. p'c-.isc. Doubtless their whole outfit f r tra wing dressrs, wattr proofs, d u»tits, luucl baskets and ail, he could have carried i:t tL< p tket of Ids tre-us* rs. They must have start id i. us. keeping, also, upon as small a capita as could well be imagined. They hadn't, a far as can li* gl at.ed fr ni history, a hair brush, a fine tooth comb, a towel, or s ap iii* Litters, s. > thing syrup, clcthes i\ linger smoothing-irons—nothing. Adam was afraid to invit- Ids wife t c > 01 au excursion with him thr ugh fear of 1. ivinji t go down deep into l is trousers j ket f I the wherewith d to buy a suitible outlit- f i the reason that he had no p iketa in Ids trou sers ; r. r w is lie bothered about the trutT checks, t; r did he a weir at the baggage * mashers or lre» k the insolence of railroad i ftii ials. There was u ■ good and sufficient re as n why the} choi.ldn't have been an amiable coitplt in.d ha 1 a g od time generally. They waslc e their own clothes, doubtless, hy a dive in the Euphrates, and there being no cl thcs-lir.' s theit clothea were alkoTed to tlry up n theii 1 acks, and Adam didn t - are a rush ubetl i his shirt Li - m was sm. "th or n< f, and w! y should Eve bi tin r her head about it sj !■ ug a. 1 • r husband was suited. As Astosi.-ukd Fatiikb.— A funny story re garding a Mr. S. an! an acquaintance Is t- li in the Amsterdam ll>■ r<hr S , who « is tn Tiling in Kansas, received the f .liming t.-k gram: Return immediately, yon arc a father.' Uu the eve i f his return, ld» lady ftimds de t. rr ini 1 to play a J kc , r. him. procured fr ft the noighb- r1 • id three other !• tides, placed ill f. ur in a b 1 iu .an adj inirg oportuer t. an covered them up. arrived, embraced !i m ife in gr. t dr light, at ! v. is th- u le 1 f, rt! to beh Id Ilia first b rn. When the cover wa raised, an iiuh erib.il !e 1 a if surprise ov. r spread his c untenance, as he exclaimed •* Great god ! Did any if tlurn git away," A b y i f live years mis •• j laying ndr id with his sister "f tl»r. o. Drawing her t.j n footstool, he imagined himself t th engine am conductor. After inin gating the putTiag n- i. rf the steam, he stopped and called out “ Xn York," and in a m- mint after, “ I'att rs. n. and then “ Philadelphia." Hi-knowledge i t nvi.s being t xhvisted. at the n- \t p’ace, 1. ern d “Ile.iven.’’ His little sister, said, engoi Iv. “ T P. 1 i-.-ss K'!l dot out III re." A lady on Washington street, who an it. thnsiastic Republican, named her canary h r Jim Blaine, lie did net sing much, l tit >f loved him tender!v until last Saturday hedi e. ver 1 tiiat dint Idain had laid an ejg. N >i she declares that no dependence can he place on a p ditieian. A lady returning ir tu an unprofitable visi to cl.ur h, declared that “ uI tn si.e saw t! shaw ls (-n those Smiths, and then thought t the tuiugs her own p r girls had to wear, i it wasn't h r the consolation of religion, sh di.'. not know what she should d> A Cincinnati I n vivant, who ate thirty live quails in ten days, has U- n e mpla ne of ly his felh w harder* fir keeping t!. h use awake at nights whistling “Boh While in his dreams. An edit r offered to make bis “devil" present of bis printing office: but the boy dc tiined it. w ith the remark lh;.t be had rathe work f r two dollars a week than to run ii debt nine hnndred dollars a year. Teacher: Who was the first man Browi (head b y] — Was! ingt n ; he was first in war tirst in-Teacher—No! Adam was the firs man. Mr. wit—(>!i, if you’re talking of for cigners, 1 Vpi-se he was. Moody my*■ *• We don't want any rror painted Christians." Keep cool, ladies, doa’ get indigr.acf : h > hirguage was purely meta phnrical, symbolic, figurative, and had no ref irunee to toilet my stories. Albany has a medal. The city he ists f i man who is so c\dd-blo ! 1 that a dog who bi Lun in the K g had <!1 his front teeth frozen. The preservers of fruits*, vegetables ar.r n eata, are r. tc-i t r • ttiug all they can, am! canning ail they g *t. I >ri<jfgs 13rot her StHMlsmcn an<l Florists, Rochester, X. Y’., ami Chicago, Illinois, l)o tk> //- tiro •/ ft'niae** it ikeir line of nay lionet in tke World. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. /*rtf ’.Ml '/r t y,nt r,cr Hliil t/tfafKM/coi,*—\Y e w ill s,-rnl small packages bv Mail, and the larger bv Exp re "•.prepay charges, and guarantee their JiOe d- Hverv. Parties ordering bv Express will please state ii it is convenient to receive packages by Ex ||lS tbl :r MSNStfi O I'rUf A mber.—It nil! be noticed that the Flower Sc ds are numbered at the left of the c lumnsol the Catalogue. It will be much easier for tho. - who order simply to give the numb-rs ‘ the varieties they require, in.-toad of w ritiug uut tli name.- >f the !l hum *, and more convenient t > ii - in ii.ling order*. I u ordering by u mutert it i* ah*olutelv necessary to give the dn'e or year in which the Catalogue wras published from which 1 the ru der is takeu. U-'i ikHif’i >/Sn 1*. It is almost unnecessary, in view of the many etiiL nees already presented, to a*sert the reliability of our Seeds. But w e can • re as.'Ure our friends that we have in stock the II _• st variety and quantity of ezolnaively First I Cia-s Seeds and Bulb.* now held by any bouse in ! the w orld. // to St ii l Vonrtf. — Ilv Post Ollicu Money Or , der-, Diall ou'Xew Ymk.bv Express, or small t amounts in Registered Letters. The cos/ ol the I'. O. Order, Drafts or ot Registering Letter*. *c. mar be deducted limn the remittance on orders I amounting U> Two Dollars and upwards. Sums le** r. .n Two Dollars niiybe r-nt at our ii>k , without regUterisg. Pleas-send the pay at the tin e-I "id i nc. t'we iLi not keep any l»ook ac f .uiii.* iii the Mail i> par tuieiit ot our business. i-i^YVe do the hi n it ‘t business in our line ol any tt use in me woriJ. Address all communic.v ' lious to BRIGGS a BROTHER. Roth ster, X. Y"., or Chicago, III. M,.\ 13, 181C, M. II. REARDON! ^Successor to Dennis Fenton) DEALLi: l A Pi he IIome-Myue Whiskeys, BRANDIES, YV1XES, AC., C'hoict* G roporiow, Ci|f!U,>», ' T ibact", YV den and H'ilh w Ware, Brooms, Ac. ! Sim „,| ,utc!iti«m is c.liled l.i hi.* large Stock ol fi Kentucky Hyc* Whiskeys, and their purity guaranteed. Ili^ti «t C\i*h IVico*paid for Home-made WliNkcy ami Apple Brandy. jrv? Call and see for yourselves at Vo 7* Main Street, Winchester, Ya. i October 21,1871 _ NEW 1 L.rm " '-Making I MaM Mi limit. I riVIK undersignedjointly with II. A. Hurt n, I the room beret ■••partial I by S. U. \\ ddv, icxt door I store of \lr. luvi.l Howell, and will conduct the Harness-Making lousiness in aUit-i departments, and uill end av r by mod erate charges and attention t • business and Mrirl •■••inplianeo with promises. to render satisfaction t->a.l who may favor me w ith their patronage.— K- rig a i aeticat Harness M iker, I think 1 can niak' it to the interest of the people whotuav need NEW WOUK UK ItEPAlBS to call upon me. lies pvctfnllv, 1. VWKEXCE A. OSItUl’UN, September 23,1*78—ly._ IN FI LL BLAST AGAIN! r (* 11K OE'o-rsign d big. Lave to Inform hit £ old customers and the public in general, that h- has again taken charge of the BLACKSMITH DEPARTMENT f l.i -hop, and that h'* is now prepared to cae cut' • i 1 kind • f work in his line ot busin.-i.*,— Special att rtion given t> Shoeing Horses.— W VGOX-.'I AK! Ml conduct, d in all its branches. \\ jg. n. and ilugg. s KKI'AIUKD at short notice. Satisfaction gu tract ed. My terms shall be very low , to suit tfce tit-u s. Tha- kfu! for past favors, I r< spectfullv ask t >r a con tinuance of the same. Hacks, Buggi and 11.*rs»*s at LIVERY, i I \ LING : ill binds don it ib irt t lice. Ml kinds of pr.-du'-e taken f..r work. Shop on Sam u- I street, near the Wo >d Yard of Washington and Lippitt. T b. y, 1-77 tf. 0. W. SPOTTS. **VV VIM'S P.W .VCE V. Lhx. lod. Brom.Cal.co. and Vegi t.ne for sal • bv EIGHTX MITCHELL. VKNOl.D’S Cough Kill r, B ..-her’-. German Syrup, Bull’s C. ugh S'rup, sold hr LIGHT X MITCHELL. 1>nt\i:rrs Cod I lv or Oil, Hn.hmer’a Cod ) I iver Oil, Wilbot’s Cod l.ivcr (Ml. and Cod l.m-r Cream, s-dd bv LIGHT * MITCH ELL. (tOKl A \ PEL'. Gr- and P r-p.-r, Sjge. Saltpetre jur. S Id by LIGHT A MITCHELL. Fort ilizcx*s. I\M pr.-p-i'. I t • furr h fof'th fall trade, son dard 1 i Bluer* - such a Turner’s, Ob TV, \v u mu's Pur.- I! ne M -al, Ve., and w uld r.-.jue-i p. .n-in u. d of sin h goods to give us a call be f..• purchasing- will keep a stock ..n hand. Vug. 1 ■. !>;«;. J.VS. LAW. HOUEK X CO. I I’PI. T. l’a: r.-. C.-rer-find Slfcers. for *alo bv JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. I / 1 Kl.XDSTONF.S, ,i." f, r-il. hv t J An-. It*. JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. ir|M'h*'nit s K Kl». — .so Tirrothv Seed i i f-.r , ■!•• bv JAS. LAW. IIOOFF ,s CO. I Au-u>t l'j. i*;*;. r■ ^IiK Cli tp, ~t .and b« -t Powder and Shut intht ! A. Ct-untv. lrv it. For*tl-hv JAS. LAW. IIOOFF* CO. fIMIF !.»r-i and cTi ipe-t line of Cutlery in thi I £ Valiev, for sale Uv JAS. LAW. IIOOFF .f CO. ' i f OLD and Silver Wire f r Picture#, Picttiri * f Cord, Picture Nail*, dc.. f.r *.ilo by JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A Co. I Nor. 1, 1*75. ’ fl V V Pan* and Coffee Pot.*, Stew Pan# and Tir. J J Cup*, tor sale bv J AS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. * X’ I A\ Cr> > New Orl. r - M .las*-?. Suaar Drip ! • . i Su.’ar Syrups, Canliu Syrup*. Coffee.*, Tea# ,, sn. It#. Spice*, Ac. N iv. II, 1*7*;. TRUSSELL <f- LUCAS. WANTED! T1YF HUNDRED CORDS OF -’Axe Ilnmlie ami Rim Wood 1 j AND 10.000 Feet White Oak Ruts, We will pay li t>, 15 Dollar# per ranked Cord >t 2a Dollar* p r Cubic Card in Cash,if delivers u our Mill in Chari -t >wn. Wo have on hand i "-.ala-- ft.: t.:o| HANDLES AND RI.MS fw 1 * .-ale, C. II. McKXIGHT A CO. October 2*. 1*75. r ; 1*1*0losssiotiul Not it*e. Ill AV K thi* lie a**ociat, d with me for Prac t., > Dr. C. FRANK FOl KL. ah ca.*-s t‘n iru-ted to 1 >•■. F. will have the benefit of my ct>un*e and aid uhenover required or doired. Dr. K. can be t ui.d at mv office w hen not profession 1 allv absent. Feb. J. 1*77. J. J. H. STKAITH. H/tirit 1>l SilH.SC -n wanted cither Shelled or hi > th Far. fir which we will pay the top Injure • ■ ■ i •. Hi iIh take Carl on old accounts. TRISSELL A LUCAS. January 20, 1*77. SPORTIXQ Powder, • _ I • : (J| . ana Gun Wads, Chamber Setts, Trace Chains, • it b- ,-t and cl a; -t Coal Mods ever offered in j this market, for sale by Oct. 7, 1*75. DUKE A GALLAIIER. V LARGE ,-t 5: ,,fa!l kinds of STOVES, just received and ft r sale bv v U'.Kt DUKE A GALLAIIER. FRUIT HILL NURSERY, Charlestown, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Flower and Vegetable PLANTS, glirubltcry, «SL <•• riaHE subscribers call attention t>» the great va £ riety o: Trees, Plants, Vines, Roses, Ac., Ac., at their Fruit Hill Nurtiory, 1 sr.d are gratified to be conscious of having a-toch , likelr to please all \» h > patro jixe them. They i will not undertake to present in this advertise i nient a catalogue of stock on hand, but will be content to generalize, hoping that our people w ill call and see for themselves that the necessity for ; sending abroad for Trees, Shrubbery, A'c., no lon ger exists. We have 10,000 Apple Tr«*«*»—clu>ice varieties; 5 ooo rcucli I re**, hirawberry IMuiitSs I Asparagus Roots, Green Home and Redding ' Plants—Cabbage, Tomato. Kgg, Cauliflower and Sweet Potato, all for sale Cheap for Cash. April 15, lH76-tf. llOPKINS A CO. EIGHT & MITCHELL, pevlk* ia i I'iruurs!* Medicine:*. Paintr*, SCHOOL ROOKS,STATIONERY,TOBACCOS, CIGARS, AC., fPAKES this opportunity of thanking hi-^fj j J patrons for their mostliberal patronage\e/ l .••■r the last year, aud hoj es by stiict utti-n- Jr^i lion and fair dealing to merit a continuance of the same. I s II ji <t rale goods always ; do not sell counterfeit or rhc/i/t yriod* for the £>c»f. Warrant every thing sold— to be returned il notusgunran t.-ed. It is my desire, and also pleasure, to sell iny patrons THE BEST QUALITV OF GOODS but u ill if compelled, sell them Laudanum l..r 0 cts., Syrup for 3 its., and Cologne for 25eta. per pint; butat the same time, let meinformyou, that according to the United States Pharmacopea, you can’t make Laudanum lor less than 10 cts. .by the wholesale. A much cheaper plan is to buy your goods genuine, and add the icater yourself. I w 1!) I 111111'. <*IU .UTOUIH.' PCUHII |'«V I lift the Cash immediately, ami new ones begun imme diately, if not sooner. W ill not ask lor money on the new ones until alter Harvest. CIGARS—best in town. GF.O. T. RIGHT. May 1, lh73. flMXXKD Wiro C«>fToo I’ot Stands, French I’at f tern Coffee Cots with iilterer, regarded the b -t in us*1, ofr sale by . *G vf.l. UIER. COAL AND WOOD YARD. WllHhllimtou eV J-Appltt XiriMi keep on hand a con-tent supply ol COAL of alt kinds, and Sawed and Split WOOD, which they will furnish and deliverAn quantities to suit customers, for Cash. t>iders Icftat Yard, comer Samuelstreet and H. A O. K. \^n_(_'aah paid for Roues. June 14. 1873—ly. New Goods. Ill A V K purchased and am now receiving my usual supply of seasonable 1>HY GOYtfYS, SO TIUSS. liHOl'EHIES, (jl’EESS WAHE. to which 1 iuvite the attention of my customers and the public generally. May 8. O. W. T. KF.ARSLEY. I T ERRING AND MACKEREL for sab hv JP G. W. T. KKARSLKY. Ill \ V NKI.S. — White fleavv Twilled Factory, * Twilled l> :n« t. Shaker, I’lain Domet, and a line of plain all Wool Flannels. !) Ill) Firemans. Sup ri >r Sr irlct Merino, tu i 11 A ed, hue and heavy ; and plain all Wool Ked Flannels. (1 N NTONS.--Colored. Unbleached and llleach ed Cut na from 12J$ t" 37% Nov. 13, 1875. GEO. W. T. KEABSLEY. 1). S. HUGH iOS. JOHN V\ LOCK’S OLD STAND. Corner of Main and 1 awronce streets, CHARLESTOWN, WEST VA. CHOICE (i HOC LRll'S, Produce, Cyiticciis ware. Wooden ware, Croc*leery, Ac., d c., I have in store a large and very choice stock ol FA.1ISLV GItOl EHDIS, Consisting of Solars, Coffees, Syrups. Molasses, Salt, Fish, IRicnn, liter, < racKcrs, v.iifi'sc, Rutter. Egg*. 'l eas, l’ubacco, lliickets, Confectioneries, Canned Fruits, and everything to be found in a tir-t cla.-s (J roc- rv e-:ab!ishm r.t, in which I am prepared to offer t<> my friends (■rent ImlttceinrnK All are invited to call nr.l examine my stock, nl the old stand opposite the ISauk of Charlestown ! building. Country Produce taken iu exchange for Goods, at mat ket rate?. TESJIJIS CAfill. i; ‘A settlement i* desired from those in I Jellied to me. A D.F. HUGHES, | January 8. 1870. I Hoot tint! Shoo Mtihino-. REPAIRING, AC. ri'ilK undersigned has removed bis Simp to tht g building >>n the corner of Charles and Liberty : ! sturt<- in tli building lately occupied hv Wei j i ick ,f- W elier. The characti r of the " >>rk done by j the subscriber is veil known and appreciated by tin I citizcnsol Charlestown and vicinity. It is hardly I* necessary to add that ho will endeavor t«» sustain his reputation as a reliable workman, and will ex ecute promptly and at reasonable rates all orders i 1 given him —cither for New work or Repairing, j JOHN AVIS of Wm. | May lfi, 1874. April 15, 1S76. j Furnituro liopa 1 retl. f fj'li E undersigned ha? 0]'"ned a Furniture Re | I pair Sho[> m the building on corner of Sam tiC and 'Iain streets, Charlestown—a few doors ■ East ofCmiif si use, onsai - aid 11 - "ill R<• I pair Furniture in substantial and neat manner at teas naMe prices, and with promptitude. Jan. 39,187 tf. T. G. RUST. Ne'v IO.stnhli.Mhincnt. AVOODWOHK I x K. UOIIU, having for a number of yea is I *• Messrs. W.-irick <fc Weller, has concluded to ope rat-' independently of that tirtn, and has associated with hi:n hi- -on, J. Marshall Kohr, for the pur pose of conducting the business of the MASEFACTIRE AXn REPAIR of Wagons, Drills. Flows, and Farming Imple ments gen. rally. Tin Sunfish Fl'W will be a spe cially with this liriu. Every description of work j ir. ourdepait .-nt "ill be executed promptly and j with an expectation of rendering entire salisfuc 1 twill bo model • . .'hop near Toll Gate in Charlestown. D. E. RUHR a SON. Drills for Repair onght to be sent to the shop I early, that the necessary parts that can only be obtained abroad mar be secured in good time. J. E. li. A SON. Juiv 15,1876.—Cm. IARD CAN'—of the best workmanship Rnd j made of the best tin, that will last twice as i .fig as those made of inferior material—for sale by DI KE A OALLAUER. I MN’E CL’TLKUY— Fen Knives from "> cents up . to $2. Sold by LIGHT A MITCHELL. ltdil, KAItEAXD BEAUTIFUL c. e. Heller, Vf^ITIi an eye to the wants of the approachin \ \ season, has now open for the inspect! m of th public, the largest and most beautiiul selection t Holiday Goods ever offered in this town. Many of the articl. are entirely new in design, attractive in appe.ii ar.ee. and would be treasured for a lifetime as memento of the Centennial year. Among th Souvenirs in most general demand, it may sullic t > enumerate the following, all of which are > the latest style. of the most artistic fini.-h, an | oil"red at the most reasonable prices, v iz : ' Rut*:a, Papier Maehe and Walnut Writing Desk Bohemian Toilet S tt- and A a- <, Klegint Ladies’ Work H »-kef*. Hr.irk t- and Wall l’ockets, Paper Weights and Hod Vases, ■ CARD CASES AMD BASKETS Fine Knglish Perfumery inelegant H >t -. Kngli atol American Chroutoa, Autograph and Pilot graph Albums, Picture Frames in great Tariet and siz s, Pen Wipers, Ink Stand- with Hiermoii eters attached, Klegant sets of Children’s Furn ture. Hurt atis, Wa,h Stands, aad a nice aeleclio ot Christmas Annuals for both old and young. Large Picture Hooks and Transparent Slates w it an endless varictv of minor Toys, Games, Ac useful and PLEASIXG TO THJ] VOS Mi. With a due appreciation of the very liberal pi tronage besurtved the last holiday sea-on, an e.irl call Irom all w ho are in want of a Christmas '1' ken,be it big or little, is respectfully invited. Something to suit the taste ol the niostfaatidioi cun be found on run ination, w hilst for those le exacting the articles arc uumherles*. the qualil superior, and prices model ate. Call early m. secure choice. December 1(5, 167(5. C. K. H. ilouso Huikliny: and Cai penteriug* ■ work in House Building anil Carpcntci ing In all its branches in the best manner and at r (hired prices. STAIR Hl'II.DlXO a specialty. FCItMTC UK made and KKI’A I UKI); also nrn mints, such m WALL HHACKKTS, FRAME: Ac., made and repaired promptly. Shop at residence of S. II. Woody, ill Charlt town. Orders may belelt at Fan; Patss Ollice, ' address me at Post Ollice. August5, 1*7(5. H. STOA F.R. Cirovor \ iinlit'r’M NM' and Improved Mowing si.acninos. «u. ns have been selling at $'>5, reduced to 3 15 and for sale by Aug. 12, 167G. G. W. T. KEARSLL1. t". t rr o Ctr7T « ""<H * t - \gent*. 3 O 0 O HO// <!■<;> Kit EE. P. O. YlL’XEiiV, Augusta, Maine. Aug. 2B, 1670 —ly. KEEPS PATENT: ? JARTLY made lire** Shiit." made from War J sutta Muslin and lri-h l.inen. Only oi nqulitv. thu very best, liosooi's 3-ply—all line Wholesale prlc -315.00 per d >z.; Half doz. 7.5( Hoys’ sizes 312.00 per dozen : Half doz. G.o lit tail price—Men’s 1.50 each: Hoy.’1.2.5 eac I furnish the same shirts, finished in the bi manner, for 50 cents each, additional. II-pr sen led by the above rut. Cuffs are made, Sleov cnl. the Whirls can he finished by any one Comp U Llt‘h»ew « straight se.nn, as it is only necessa to sew on the cutis, put in the sleeves and sew i the side seams. GEO. W. T. KKAIISLKY. January S, 167G. charlestI >WN MAKULE IVOKHH, Corner of George Street and Tweni Foot Ai.lev. Diehl & Hro. MAaCFACTCHEKS f)f 71 t> IUAS IDVfS, TO HB7, Head and Foot Stones. Mantles. S*.>11108 ai Curving, in all its various branches, and ; work in their business. All orders promptly fill »t the lowest rate, and shortest notice, aud all wo delivered and put up. and guaranteed 10 suit pi cli t*ers. If not. no sale. Pleas'- call and see a judge for yourselves h -for** purchasing clsewhc ami patronize Home Manufacturers. The sub.-eribers have also inoperation theirsh in M.irtinshurg. where they will give prompt tenticn to all work entrust) d to them. DIEHL A HHO Charlestown. July 16,1RG7—ly. ~ RESUMED B'JSISESST" HA VIXG putchased the STOCK OF GOOl of the late W. C. Sh -erer, (formerly K> s! -v A Sheerer, to which 1 have made ad lions of i/RY GOODS, nan aiisiMi in arid such article* as are generally need-dby 1 1 |.pie, 1 respcctfullv a.-k a call fimu rny forn ] cust :> er* and the ptildic gi-r-rallv, at th - 1 } stand, where they ran judge for themselves as qu.ilitv and price of inv goods. GKO, 5V. T. KEABSLEY Charlestown, Dec. G, D73. | TA X P AY l i lYi K'X'OWIXG themselves ind- hfi d. will plot come forwaid at once anil pay up, anil ei hie me to meet the 0->unty indebtedness. F 1 tlier Indulgence cannot be given. EDWARD 1 EARN ’.5 . j May 15, 1875- tf. Sheriff I I t * l —* — > — a. « c — - r ~ — rs /-V - ^ A M TAIi SX 10 gallon Kigs, for sale bv May 22. U. W. T. K EA RSLEY. JIME.—Fresh burned stone lime for whi i washing, just received and for salt* by Xi.tv 22, JS75. GKO. W. T. KKARtsLEY. To Our Friends and Customer 7 7rn respectfully give notice that from the 1 day of January. 1878, we w ill adln strictly to’the (Mg//plan of doing bu-ines«. * oiders, therefore, after that time, will be ente Mined unless attended with Cash. WASHINGTON ALIPPITT. December 25,1875. 1 50.000 Pounds of Wool V\ antec j I WILL pay the Highest Market Pi ice in CAS for 50,000 IDs. WOOL. Parties having any for sals w ill do we!) to giv * a rail before disposing of it. An excellent >t • < of be-t 110 MEM A OK CLOTHS. CASSIMEKK.' BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARN,ac.. on ham t. which the att. ntiin of pnreba r# is invited. J. J. JOBE, Brucetnwn Woolen Mills, Bruce town, Frederick County, Virgini. p. O., Wadesville, Clarke County, V a. May 20, ln76. ATTINO AND OIL CLOTHS for sale by Mav 22. G. W. T. KEAKSLKY. DIXON’S Genuine Stove Polish. The be Cucumber-Wood Pomp, Chain Pumps wit patent gum buttons—something new—ju-t receii t-d. for sale by DUKE A GALLAHER. October', l'j7ii. : John .1. JOBBi (Successor to W m. Jobe A Sons,) Manufacturer of Cloth s, Cass hue res, Tweetls. HlanUets. Flannels, Ac. s Brucetotrn, Frederick County, I irginia. Post Office— Wadcsrillc, Clarke County, ' a. t A;■ il 24, 1875. _ Cluuitf e ol Local ion. :j Woolen Goods. ' rpifE undersigned respectfully informs his for £ mer customers and the public generally that he Las leased the Shannondnle Factory, ! and u ill there manufacture Woolen Goods on an , ! increased scale—haring greater faeilitlnsnndmore v Improved Machinerv, beside a full corps of com . potent workmen. Every article heretofore man j. ufnctnred under mv supervision will, in my pres „ ent establishment, be pr. duced in greater pence _ tion. and will compare favorably’ with the best h fabrics. , I am in the market for Wool, and will purchase at the Factory,and through mv Agentsin Charles town, Messrs. Duke A Galfaher— allowing the highest market price. If more convenient for my '■ old customers who mav desire to exchange Wot I y i for Goods to deliver the Wool in Charlestown, f Messers. Duke A Gallaherare authoriztd to re - ! ccive ar.d receipt for the same. l!l Information as to prices, Ac., mar he had by !* j addressing me at Kabletown, or my Agents at 't j Charlestown. Thankful for the very liberal patronage hereto fore extended me, i trust to merit, by careful at tention to business, the manufacture of superior _ (roodsandbv model ate charges, a continuance of the good will and custom of old friends and a trial by new ones. __ . J A. McCAKRELL, Jr. May 39,1874. Spirit copy. Porter's Factory. rpiIE undersigned, an experienced workman. 1 having leased the Porter Factory. 5 mile* _ from Charlestown, Jefl’erson County, W est \ ir ginia; will endeavor, in the manufacture ot WOOLEN GOODS, to maintain the exccllei t reputation for so many 3‘ years enj .ved by said Factory under the manage >r in ent of its I a t - proprietor nnd Ins successora.— The Factory is amply supplied with improved machinery, and the facilities are such as to ena ble the undersigned to turn out .-I n • i’ . r n.1. h i .U'i v ijpnvi jjjiumi in uuuua heretofore manufactured at sniil Factory. Deal ers and others will be supplied upon call or at sh irt notice, and upon reasonable terms. io WOOIa WANTED, for which the highest market pi ice in Cash will be paid upon delivery at tbc Factory. Jus. Law. Il.iotl’ A Charlestown, are au thorized to purchase V\ OOL for me. C. C. THOMAS. )’. 0.—Kipon, JefT. Co., IV. Va. 1" April 21, 1875—ly. ’• Divm 11. Cockkili.. Joseph H.Cocxatti 1>.\VI1) II. COCK HILL & SON, i! Architect.-* nncl Huildeiv, St CHARLESTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, VA. rs / \i R experiencein the business which weadver p- v* tise to conduct, and our thorough acquaint >' ance with it in all its branches, enable us toaseurc ip the public that any work entru-ted to u* will be executed in the most workmanlike manner, ami with the utmost dispatch. Having stood to their posts in the Confederate army during the four year*’struggle which it so manfully encountered, they hare located in their native county, where theirs rvices are offered in building np the waste places, and in earn ingout practical reconstruction. 7 Particular attention given at all times to thr drawing of plans and specifications; and in the construction of GEO METRIC A I. STA IR ii'.l YS, where calculation is required, they are eonfidenl that they cannot be surpassed by any workmen in til the Vail y of Virginia, ,|] $AAr Being well known ir. the community, they deem it unnecessary to snv more,than thatordon _l left for them w iil receive prompt attention. |r Aprils, 18GS—tf. t r»p it )S ir Ji i s. he er dd to j v.\R M HRS. do not fail to call and examine our P slock, and read nui certificates. To most of ,c our patron- and li i, t.ds we send circulars, giving the experience of the beat fat.. la the country ,r. w ith i!i.■ standard K- rtilizers. We hope they w ill iead them carefully. In .1 tli-rson cotinty* the Bradley Phosphate speaks its own | r»"-e from its results, and we be Ii.-vi- i.- in m ir.- n.*rnl u-e and favor than any oth-r article otferi d in th ■ market. '1 tie S i l ow I (J .rum u manufactured by tlie same old reliable Uonipiin v, and is prefered by gome to the Bradley. I here can be no mistake in using cither of them, a.- their reputation is too wi Ili-t.iblished lor the manufacturers to run the li.-k if ail ling or adulterating them. \\ \S III Mi lOV A l.ll'I'l 1 i. Agt nU for .Vtlerson, Clarke and Frederick counties. August 14, 1*7.'). General Fire Insurance Agency. I) liPRKSENTINO thn e of the loading Coin l\ p ni o* doing bu.-mi-7i in Jefferson County, \Ve>t Virginia. PEAUOPY OF WHEELING, CON flNKNTAi. OF NEW YORK, -ETNA OF flAtiTFOKI), iiionc than a;>,ooo.ooo. I AM prepared to write policies on Dwelling* and Contents; Store Mouses and Contents; te Mi!!*, Factor its, acd all good insurable property at lowest curr nt rat Farm Dwellings a specialty. I will give ray personal attention to — viewing, making diagrams and furnishing such other needed information to all parties desiring time t> time, 11 letters, Callendars as well as «t printed matter, showing the conditions of the •e Companies in which they are insured, n 1 have given mv constant attention to the In r- suranec business tor the past six years, and being so gonerally known throughout the County, do not think it accessary to give references. Par ties insuring with me may rest assured that their _ policies will be prop* ; ly written, and that tiine , Ir no'ice will be giv-n them as to date of ezpira ,. tior. Mr r-sider.ee v. ill be at Charlestown after Apt il the dr*t, IS71»— until that time. I w ill visit ,. Charlestown every Tuesday <£ Friday, or any 1 communications addressed tome at Wevertun, Md., will receive m v attention. Very Respectfullr, K. A. ALEXANDER, General Insurance Agent. , | December 23, 1*75—ly. J>i TCHER KNIVES, beat EagHah and Am ri ) can m inn'acture, for sale by Nov. 13, 1*73. DUKE A GALLAHER. >. __ STRAW WANTED. rpHK VIRGINIA PAPERCOMPAN V of Hall X town, will be prepared to purchase Straw of All Kinds, h on and after the 1st of August, either in the stack ■„ or delivered at the Mills at ilalltown. ; Apply to John U. Htrider or at the Mill*. J uly 15, ISCO-tt. SCORE RAIN! A Good Season for Coi n. VT the urgent request of the Council of Charles town. I have removed my Harness Establish- I luentfor lieasts. to the lot in the Jail, which is situated upon the site of the old Jail, in which Mr. J John Brown served a short time. My *bop i#aiso i opposite Mr. leiaenringa Hotel Stable, where par- j ties stepping and breaking a H ame-String can have , them repaired. With the consent of the Commit tee on grounds, work w ill bo despatched with the “'"""''‘bexkv D.MIDnUKAOFr. J,at„* of the Market House Lot. August 23, 1873. j,..: j ,'|I1I. REMOVED. The Confectionery Store i BAKERY HENRY I)U MM has received an extraordinary supply of goods suitable for the Holidays. : and in order the better to display them and to | accommodate customers has opened, on Main Street, the room lately occupied n« a Dry Goods j Store by J. W. Lock, opposite the Bank ol Char- i leftown He will keep CANDIES, CAKES, FRUITS, NUTS and in fact everything common to a Con- j fectionerv establishment. Also, constantly on hand. FRESH BREAD. He will make to order Cake* of every description, Ice Cream, «f'c. It I w ill be the pleasure of tliesubscribr r to please Ins customers, and to that end no endeavors w ill be remitt'd. Respectfully, henry dumm. NOTH i:. VLL persons areherebv warned not to trespass on my Vineyard and Orchard. The law will | be enforced against all <>(lenders. Parents are i earnestly requested to warn their boy* or they I mav be injured. Night plunderers will receive j special attention by an armed guard. No admit tance on Sundays to anv person. Aug. 8,1874—tf. ' J. J. II. STRAlTIl. * HAVING removed my Barber Sh p to th Room formally occupied by me in rear of the Owing* House, I will be glad to see allot my old customers and many new ones. Shaving’, Shampooing, Hair Dressing, kc., kc., done with neatness anti tlispateh. 4>o i«>iinn^ "II ih? mi''" v * • i in uiiiuw rv guard.s positively forbidden to come and occu py my guests chairs. The latest papers will he k.-t•» for the use of mv customers. April 8, l*7ti. JAMES K. UUAi)\. Timtrtliy XT ’’ L hare on hand lor tale a lot of Fine Tinio thy ? Oct. !*, 1*75. TRUSS ELL A I.UCAS. Patent New Process Flour. MANUFACTURED by Washington A Alex ander, at the Wevertnn Mills, for tale by WASHING I ON A LUTITT. July 31, 1ST3. Perfection of Li^ht. r|MIE only absolutely safe Illuminator t<> use in | l . ■ ; It i But t , lad. Ela the family salegnard. WARDEN «f OXNARD. filt-buig, fa. For saie by OEO. W.T. KEAltbLEl. Dec. 4, 1875. Plain iind Oriinmcntal FLAHTEIUNG. rrMIE subscriber takes advantage of the Prer s as I a medium by w hich to inform the citizens <>t thi« and adjoining counties that ho is prepared to undertake the PLASTERING OF HOUSES, in any sty le that mav be de.-ired, from one (’oat to three, Hard Finish, White Coat or Heavy Skim.— Cornices and Centre* run, and Ornament* stuck, if desired. None but tirst-cla** workmen will be employed on work that may be entr usted to me. CISTERNS CEMENTED AND GUARAN TEED TO HOLD. I hereby tender my grat. ful acknowledgements for the liberal patronage I have receivt d since commencing business, and hoj e by a sti ict adhe rence to duty to merit a continuance of the same. All communication* addiesscd to me at Charlestown, W. Ya.,win reeii\r prompt atten tion C. FRANK GALLAUER. March 2-, 1879. OH, YES! OH. YES! HAVING taken out licensees Auctioneer. I would inform the people of J> fl.-rson that I am prepared to cry sah-s, Ac., at the shortest no tice and upon reasonable terms, and invite the ordera of those having property to dispose of at I’ublic Auction. I) WILL IIEFFLE BOWER. Rippon, September 27, 1»73—Cm. Paints. Oils, Glass, ILWIS' Lead, Varnishes, llru hes and all goods j belonging to the trade, ft r sale bv Apr. 10, ’73. JAS. LAW. UOOFK A CO. V II V V K on hand si -I will keep in >t»ek tin- i'at 1 cut Chemical I'aints— prepared foi immediate use. for inside or outside work. Apr. 10, '73. JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. /TOMBI NATION H-ir: ■ Str.v Vacuum Oil for harne-s, Cotton Rack Rands. Tur * for sale br JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. April 10,1*75. ( 1 ARDEN Trowel*. Fork*, Hoes, Flak , S| a.l - " I and Lino*, for «nle by Apr. 10, ’75. JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. llTK havecv- rysize Store-pin- ar,<l Elbows IT ready mnd. of g tdlron el. i,it tl.ao w, hare ever sold them. Oct. 7, 1876. DIKE O ALLA HER. Ql FEEN8WARE. \VEUV superior stock of Queenmare just received by May 27, 1*76. Till SHELL A LUCAS. (10HV Hamper*, Lard Can*, Trace Chains, j Loa der, Shot and Caps, for sale by Oct -is, 1ST*;. DUKE A GALLAIiEK. T A I’Rugs and Horse Blanket*. A tine line of 1 j the above goods. JAS. LAW. IIOOFF <f- CO. ^A( SAGE Cl TTEKS and Filb is, St-w I’ans, »» Si ' -I .md Tong*. 8ad lo 31, Dog Iron.*, Butcher Knives, for sale by JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. !RODDER Varnand Hamper*: at reduced rales, for sale br JAS. LAW. IIOOFF A CO. ] WGLE Bill Corn Husker*. for sale bv j JAS. LAW. HOOI r A CO. IN'otic**-! Nofico ! ! Vi.I. p-rson* knowing tbemselvet indebted to the under.-igned by note or oner account ■ wtil be expected to close the same without delav, ! as no longer indulgence can, or w i 1 be given, as we must have money to carry on < ur business. JAS. LAW. HOOFF A C'0. Jan. 5,1877. NA l L#S. | I flfk KEGS NAILS, ju-treceived, for rah bv 1 Ul / DUKE A GALLAIiEK. 1 April 1,1876. I Rt IT JARS. I" ASON’8 Improved Self-Sealing Fruit Jan — jlv a fiua:t" lod balf-gilb r:-—je-t received bv July 1, 1876. GEO. W. f. KEAUSLEi. MINCE MEAT for sale br . Dec. 11,1875. G. W.T. KEAR8LEY. EIME! __ LIMEII V FRESH KIEV of LIME now for sale, in , Charleetown. : WEIRICKd WELLER. September 9, 1876—tf. Old Hooks, ..a r„r ffik“r'trr;* market price, in CASH, will be paid at*kt< Uet. 13. Ibii. FREE PB^SS OFnCE. ' JNO. H. I-USTEHDAY, H Practical Tinner. AS Krniovrtl to l»ark.erVnj<i w trick and u “Hl tSa'V*^ *hcfc he » prepared to dj “*l l iii and Sheet-Iron Work In the beat manner and at the mo*t ream/ rate*. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tin Kr ii r zir i Srout.ug done tn the beat M.vleof workn a.'**1 U'd Moves r> paired at »hort notice. \ ...i, , ,f‘ .:. v old fried* and the public generally i. ^CTOMltron. Rr«*a. Copper and Rag, tl\tB tn exchange for lit,ware. v . „.J*0.8.EA8TER1)AV N • . | A, IV«»< ieo. HAYING recently aaflbrcd noBildetahty f, m tiro in my wood*.. n my land* on Urn | * »ide of the Slienandoan river,original>-ft tres*pa*.<e* by hnntamcn, and ha»ir chased of Mr.«, McKevitt her ‘‘I;. -, f|jjj•• ' •• Mont tin ' tract of land lal , latter tract stretching from Drat un Shell, r |)r.ar ry along the river nearly to "Bull’s Fall, a necn much trerrperred upon, I bcrelv give pni> r hotice that I am determined to pro*, cute all n 1 , lerenfter offend by tree*pa«aing on anv ,,| ° band*. n il. LL'CA^ March 3, 1S72—tf. Y'RESII GROUND P LA ST Elk — \V ■ Ir( r | receiving and grinding a lirst r.it, 1, t „f Rme Windsor Master, at Weiriick.t W, i;u-, , .... ... WASHINGTON A MM-ITT. April IS, IS, A. I.i me. l.^RLSH Burned White-Washing I.ime, ju*t rc | reived and for rale by April1» ■ ».l <». w. t. KKATt IllAVi; j.i«t opened to autifnl Spring IVinf Urona and lilcachcd Colton, wrv low. Shirting Strip,*, Fancy Cheviot*, and Knittio? Cotton. A nice line of Philadelphia SHOES for l ad,, - Mi»#e* and Children. Full line ol GROCERIES conttantlr on hand STON E MILK PANS—'.j, 1,1'., Gallon*. RENNER'S and ALBAN’S FA lit LI ELOL’R always on l and. April 15, IS*7. DAVID HOWELL. Ground Plaster lor Salt*. RA TONS of iirnund flatter for Fa!.* at , ,.r "yv/ Mill* in Cbarlerlown. WEI KICK A WEI.I.KB April t9, IMi NOTICE. ITAKE tbif method to inform mr friend* »r.| euMomer* in general, ilint I hare mm .1 my J. ntlrjr e»tabli»hiuf nt to the room formally uaed by tbe "Centennial Hook St ire," ai d door weat of Eight'* Drug St.*rc, where I willd all kind* of WATCH, CLOCK, AM) JEWELRY REPAIRING, At price* that I defy competition. I will w k cheaper than any man in the State of WcttVii ginia, for the aninu amoant of work. I'aram I*. I nibrell «. V i<>lin». Ac., repaired. June 27, lS74-ly. W. W. DCRTON. Dry Goods, Notions And Fancy Goods. GEO. W. TAYLOR, Agt., FOR \\ . F.Given, Washington I). ('. I>EOS leave to arnounce that he ha* juit, j , , ) < d ttn* Store on Main *lre. t, l f> i,r d. , r, f l"‘V the Owing* House,) with aocanllcnl n, of Dm Goons. Notions. &<•., Which lie i* tolling at rate* lower than the •aiui* good* could he bought at before the war. /<? Iiighr**t mat ket pi Ice paid for all kind f Count. > Product*. May 27, I*• 7*i. (irtiinft* Mixture. | ff'IIIS valunlile Fertilizer!* manufactured I ■ J old ni.l reliable I’alaprco (iuano Co., of P li ft more, nitjer the i in no ilia to* Fiip.r»l*|.*n of if. i ( In fni*t Hr. 0. A. Lit big. Itwu* introdio. them about three year* ii/o to meet th> g. n.ial i!- inard for a low piici d t ut g* nuine ai d rt h*l,‘. I', rtilizer. ltlia.prov.il an intire rurr. •*, ml the den and lor K haa »<> inon avd, that ia«t i ir (he rule* amount'd to ft rot) T. u». It i. ro liio all the element* of plant life which (he»c:. i. * an'! ait of man can aupply, and contain* no »4i.d not an' other riliult i matter. \\ bile not * ■ *o laige a pei rentage of Ammonia a* n < t of *1 high priced I ntiliier*, it ha* nearly d uble th quantity o! Hon Pborphale of j.jme in » ! < pored and available form which make* It *n* i * lo i m.iro'iit in i ll. ri and eoo.. oii. r.l!v of ri. ii.r value to tlic farn.><r than tin hi^li prior d and li.„ ly atert'• Dialed article*. We invite farmera t>. rj and examine the niDiple *( hare at our war hou r. WASHINGTON d LIJTITi. J uly 29, IhTfi. '!'/»«• 'iVlMt M«*« II ill fg. 1 )KKSO.VS on ing nt bill* will confer a up rial g favor by prompt *• trlrment. We Died the leoiiet (o rtx > t our liabrliti. *, and n ill be foie.d to make collection* lor thi* purpoae. We tru-t our friend* w ill cone lot n aid and pay up prompt It, longt-r indulgence i» in>i"**ible. TUlSShl.L A LUCAS. t September 2. 1878. I - -— - - — INSF. Conguline for minding (hint. (',]*■■ J Earthenware, Store . I'ory, Wood, J,. vtl Ti inketa, Tot r, Ac., for rale hr April 8,lh7i;. C. K. HELLER. I )I.ST POISON.—The Le-t preparat 8 for f J destruction of ioaecta. Potato Bug*, A ., r made, t oz. enough for one acre of ground, it ir aulnbii! iu water, for *ale hr June 3, 1»;«. JAS. LAW. 11001 Y A CO. I) LAI) THIS.—Safety from fire ir.tur d hr k uning the ifang up Ifna Match* » 2‘ 0 in a I • for onlv five cent?, can he had at April 8,187«. C. E. HELLER’S. GUL.IT it EDIT TIO.N i * PIIK I Of the Celebrat'd WEI RICK & WELLER NIMTWJI PLOW. f|3HE pri'-' f there I'ion i hai l> • r. r« ; | at to place them within the reach ol all. A full aupplyr on hand, fall at the Jeff. r. xi r f 1) and Machine Shops, l. ur the Pillgatc on tl. Her ryville turnpike. April 7, 1877. COLGATE & CO.'S S T E J t L I N G SOAP. ECONOMICAL, LABOR SAVING, AND I >I FORM I, V SATISFACTORY. AT A NIODEItATE PHK E. A TRIAL WILL DEMONSTRATE IT.'?" PLRIOB QUALITY. March 10, 1877—3t. Spot TING. - Ni t it the h a. >n to r.av lr;g ri paired—and new Spooling put prkcalow. DI KE a GALLAHEK. TALA April Ll“S b> LCKE A G ALLAH F.B. (TASSIMERES.-A Urge Dock Ce»t’< Ca*a* j mere#, for tale by . ^ May 27, I8T0. TBUS8ELLA LUCA.