Tlw Old Family Journal.
Baker Fan Mills,
riailK best in use. For price*, Ac., e»Ti cn
DUKE A GALLAHER, Ag’ts.
(1VMP MEETING TINWARE A SUPPLIES.
Coffee Pots—*11 sices; Buckets—»ll sites;
Tin Cup# ami Tin Plates, verv cheap ; l.otx frice
Sp'-H.ns. Knives and Fork*; the Summer Queen
v>il Co A Stove; Ste* Pan*. Wash Basins, Bread
«nd Dish Pam. For sale bv
Ju’v U. 1«T. DCtE A GALLAHER.
I) R \ SS Preserving Kettles; Porcelain Lined
> Kettle*, for sal-hv
July U, 18n. BCfcK A GALLAHER.
<1 VLTANIZEH WIRE MI ZZLES, for sale by
f Julv 14. 1>T7. DUKE A GALLAHER.
11 ’ICKS for Kerosone Oil Stoves, for sale by
\\ DUES A GALLAHER.
ka - LBS. TURNIP SEED—MarranteU ne*
crop Lamlretb's Tu-nip Seed : FlatDcteh,
Purple Top Flat, Amber Globe. Co* Horn new
also Improved Kuta lists for Slock, for sale bv
DUKE A GALLAHEk.
,1000 Tin Fruit Can*, onr own manufacture, war
,1 ranted not to leak, for sale wry fo*r, bv
DUKE A GALLAHER.
UPKRIORGrain Bags of different qualities—
7> cheap, at DUKE A GALLAHKR’S.
IjITCH FORKS, Pitch Fork Handles, Open
W Links. Sid Iron-, Scoop Shovel*, for salefcy
July 21, ls77. DUKE A GALLAHER.
fltHE 1877 Apple Parer, betft in me. far sale bv
DUKE A GALLAHER.
Ppi.NNED Wire Cord for Picture Frames. A
I nice.ch-ap and durable article, for sale by
July 21,1ST*. DUKE A GALLAHEK.
1'NTKA lleavv H rse Collar*. Wagon Whips
and Pitoh Forks, for salebv
DUKE A GALLAHER.
(1HOICE Cb-wing and Smoking T'-banco and
tine Segars, for *a?e by D. A G.
\Y IS CUES TER, YIRG IS l A.
C. E. FISHER. H. H. ELIOTT.
June 23, 1877.
nARVEST RAKES, Tin Plates and Tiocups,
lor sale by W . UI -
I IKIED APPI.ES. Prunes and Lemons, just re
/ ceived, for sale by W. FBI.
1 I ACKKKEL ic Kits, Ills, and bv dozen, for
,1f W. 1 PI .
llr00DF.N WAKE. Brooms, Wash Boardsand
11 Clothe# Pins for salebv
•June 2. is". DUKE A GALLAHEK.
VFULL l.ine of Buggy and Wagon Whips
for sale by
. • IM’L* 13 A C t I I t If L* T>
W'OODEN JACKET OIL CANS, four dies
Sprinkling Can - and Powdered Bath Brick,
for sale bv
Jnne»,'lS77. DIKE * GALLAHEK.
FI'OBACCOS, Smoking snd Chewing, SnutTami
I Cigars, ju.-t received and for sale at low
pnc-s, by JACOB STAKKY.
^TONKWARE Fall Stock, embracing ev - v
article ia the line, tor .-ale cheap, bv
I'INK line of Buggy, Carriage, Hiding and
* Wagon Whips. fbr sale bv
JAS. LAW. HOOFF A CO.
] I AND Com Planter*, for sale bv
XL JAS. LAW. HOOFF A CO.
VI.L sues Tin Wash Boiler*, for sale bv
July U. IS77. DI KE A GALLAHEK.
f \l’R NEW PLOUGH is *till in the field, and
\ ) none O-tier ia likely to turn up- the soil. It
b is been in use »nd favorably ktiowrn for five years.
Supplies of them constantly on hand at our Fouu
drv and Machine Shop* iu Charlestown.
Aug. Ih. 1-76. W El KICK .(• WELLER.
State of West Virginia,
JefferaoQ County, to-wit:
V T Rules licl‘1 in the Clerk's Office of the
Circuit Court of Jefferson Couufy, Au
gust t'»th, 1S77.
THE FARMERS RANK OF VIRGINIA,
GEO. \V EICHEI.BERGER and Others.
The oljfCt of this suit Is to obtain a decree for
the sale of the Lauds ol George W. Kichelberger,
t » satisfy the lu ns on thesauie; to audit all the
debts against the same binding tbe land, and also
to place the said lands in the hands of a Receiver
of this Court, for the benefit of the creditors.
It app-aiing. on affidavit tiled in this suit, that
«he Defendants C- U. Baugher. Win. I>. Beall, P.
P. Pendleton. A. C. Hammond. McCormick
Brothers. Wni. Miller A Co., P. F. McCormick.
Addie I!. Manning. Geo. Page A Co.. Shenandoah
Valley National Bank of Winchester, Kachcl A.
Brotbertoo, A. 15. Manning, and W. W. Eiehcl
b-'Tgcr, are not residents of the State of West V ir
ginia, they are hereby required to appear w ithin
of this order, and do what is necessary to protect
their interests in this matter.
And it is further iitiertd that a copy of this or
der shall be published once a week, lor four sue
ce**ive weeks, in the Viaotxu Fault Phk&s—a
newspaper published in this Count?—and also
post i at the front d*u>r of the Court-House f the
said County, at least twenty days before Decree is
D. C. WASHINGTON',
Clerk, C. C.
r. J. F»ruMi, r. q.
August it, 1877.
~7 is t>''t easily earned in these tiin -.
Ill but it can be made in three months by
any one of either sex, in any part of the country
w ho is w illing to w..t k steadily at the employment
we furnish. $*!*> per week in your ow n town. -
You need not he aw ay from home over night. Y’ou
can give yoor whole time to the work, or only
your -pare momenta. We hart* agents who are
making over *79 per day. All who engage at
once can make money fast. At the present time
money cannot be made so easily and rapidly at
at any other business. It costs nothing t-> try the
bu-iue»s. Terms and ?-’• Outfit fr.-. Address at
once, H. HA l.l.KIT A CO,
July 28, 1877—It. Portland, Maine.
|r IGHT * MITCLELL sell the best 5 cent Ci
j gar in town.
I IGHT A MITCUELI/S Paragon Cigar, 7 for
l 5 cents.
4 t K A Y ELEA "3 Best Chew ng T baceo. sold bv
Y I I IGHT i UITCHELI
Great chance to make mosey.
If you can't get gold you can
get greenbacks. We need a
person in every town to take
cheapest and best Illustrated family publication
in the w• rid. Anvonecan become a succe--.ul
agent. The most elegant woi ks of art given free
to subscribers. The price is so law that aimo-t
everybody subscribes. Our agent reports making
ovet SI'>9 in a wreck. A ladv agent reports taking
over 4<‘0 subscribers in ten day s. All who engage
make money fast. Y eu can devote all your time
t.> the business, or only your spare time. Y i
n - d n*d be away from home over night. Y u
• in do it a* well as others. Full particular*, di
rwetioas and terms tree. Elegant and expensive
Outfit free. If you want profitable work send u
v.'iir address at once. It costa nothing to try the
pay. Addre-s ‘'Tiie People’s Journal,”
Aug. 25, 1877. Portland, Maine.
IV<»N'T fail to try our Cholera Mixture it ne
F ver fails to cure Piarrhu . Colic, Cholera
Moi bo*, and all affections ol the bowels. Manu
factured and for sale by
Aug. II, 1877. * C.E.BELLEK.
O PICES of all kind*, fre*h and reliable, t * be
oil had at low fgure*. at C. E. HELLER'S.
r I ’OOTII BRI SHES, of all sixes and prices, to be
I had at C. E. BEELER’S.
IM. WOKING Extracts of Yanilla, Pipe Apple.
' Lemon, Strawberry, and Orange. Desieea
f. dC. co i Nut, Corn Starch, (’. x and .Yeis n s
Gelatine, Iiisb M «—all fresh and nice.
at C. K. KELLER S.
\NEYV lot of Chewing and Smoking Tobac
co.*. Segars—of ail grades from 2 for 5 to 13
cents each, at C. E. BELLEK’S.
I'INE Brand* of Ciga*s for sale bv
L Aug. 4. 1877. PHIL. T. ROHR.
\\' E have ju-t received a stock of extra quality
Y I l.inea and !l"ok< for Bass Fishing.
J inelf, 1877. DI KE a GALLAHER.
M. II. REARDON.
Successor to Dennis Fenton)
DEAL Bit /.V
pi rk Home-Mvue Whiskeys.
BRANDIES, WINES, AC.,
Cluilco C* rnoeric*, Cigars,
Tobacco, Wooden cud Willow Ware, Brooms, Ac.
Speci.il attention is called to his large Stock ol
Kentucky live Whiskeys,
and their purity guaranteed.
Highest Cash Trices paid for Home-made
Whiskey and Apple Brandy.
fflfTCall and see for yourselves at
Vo. ?s Main Street, Winchester, Ya.
October 21, 1876. _
M u AN1) BARK.
IV.l.I.buy any am.-tint of SUMAC LEAN ES
that are gathered in due time and properly
Cured according to the following directions. and
Day i’t-h fortkem according tnquality, ae follows
— deli* ered at ray
SUMAC AND It A UK MILLS, WINCHESTER
D;ai I'rio**.-The Sumac should be taken tchi'i
tkt ,<«p i« .till in the lea/— and before it Fa.turner
much an), sav as a general thing, during lattei
part of June. July, August, and forepart of Sep
tember, but in no case after it has begun to dry uji
ard deaden, norafter the least frost.
"The lied Ji-rrien must aU be thrown out. Tht
Little Low, or Black Sumac, as it is called, is a;
good as any, and cau be taken later, being more
It may be wilted in the ran, but ir.n-t bo cnro<
K.,<n-«r, and not allowed to be karat by the
sun, or to get >ret, or to be in snch large quanti
’ ties as to Lai in curing—«».» of which destroy
its- J»r and etrenyth and renders it r nl net tee. ll
should not be thrown upon a tight floor to cure,
hut ra ..-d up, so as to let the air get under it: and
be shelving loose IV much surface Can he obtained
in a small space, and the Sumac will cure faster.
All Sutnac should be gathered at least a month
before it is sufficient!*' eured to be brought in fot
-i.e. and in bad weather even a longer time may
! be required to proper)v drv it; for not only tht
j leaf, but its stem too, must be thoroughly drv ; si
\ that it w ill snap <ho't otF, like a clay pipe stem, ot
. it cannot be received, for it will beat and spoil—
t tki. mnutbe utrietly observed.
However long sumac may have been taken ot
t however dry it mav be, it w ill draw the datupneiu
from the atmosphere in a damp time, and m«.t noi
i be packed until it is perfectly di ied out again —
We cannot receive Sutnac when damp any more
; than when it is green, it u> sr be dky.
Sumac should have the same green, bright colm
and * --A aj’fjr<iranee when cured as when laker
from the loi.ii, and must not be blearhtil, nor lo..k
fart and i/roif nor tmtll ninety. It is just as im
portant t<»have your Suuiac gathered at the pro
. » tiioiv ai .< its rr,\ .< uki-n hf-niiirht t<
uitrktt as anything else. II sand and dirt ul an\
kind, or any other kind of leave* are found among
it, it w iil not bo bought at any pi ire at all; and
bv mixing poor wilh good you spoil all.
Tl.el.KAK is what is wanted, but to facilitate
the gathering von can strip off the blades—that is
, take the little twigs upon which the leaves imme
diately grow—or you ran cut stalk and all, and
when drv enough thieshltand takeout the stems
being careful not to make it too fine so as to pre
vent the detection of adulteration.
For good bright haves, well cured and cleaned—
that is free from stein and all impurities. One I)ol
Ur and Twenty Five Cents per hundred pound:
will be paid and others bought accordingly.
The .11 i[ ping off the leaves i-aptto kill the Su
mac. and when the stalk dies the roots connected
, with it die also; therefore we would recommend
• cutting the stalk close to the ground—thobranchei
will k ep the L, ives apart and prevent them froir
heating «lien first gathered ; and by a litth
Threshing before Sumac gets too dry, so a< not t<
I break up too much—the Stems cm bo easily sepa
. rated, I. iving the Leaf in good condition for bag
. ging when thoroughly cured ; and new .-hoots wil
spring up next season bearing more and largei
' leaves than the old stalk.
When yourSl’MAC is all ready for delivery
BAGS \\ ill be furnished for bringing it in ; bu
thev must bo well filled and promptly returnee
with care. Any one getting Bags tor others wil
be h. Id responsible lor the return of the same, anc
ill B ig- ii-'t returned will have to be paid for.
II I?/ AHi'tc at Ua.it £1 00 per 100 Poumli
‘or G .1 Sumac Leaves at anv station this side o
('utnberlacd on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
. Shippers should in all cases nack the bags wel
i ind - w them up securely, anil put ay me Mark oi
; each Rag. and notify me by mail before shipmen
i if po-sible, how manv hag- and what mark, that
i mar know to whom the d.lfereut lots, often re
| ceired in the san e car, belong ; and have them as
sorted - I and inapected separately, whei
received, bv having been advised beforehand hi
the shippers, and thus save much confusion
trouble and dissatisfaction. I will also buy
(vooxl ltl;i<*lv Oillc ISarlt
that is properly taken and cured, and BAY CAS1
F<>K IT. at tin- rate of f > per Cord of i'/"' fee
Measurement, delivered at my SUMAC ANI
HARK MILLS. WINCHESTER, or ft on cars
at an- ; .int. from Martinsburg t > Harrisonburg
a: -1 ii I Ailed lull. But the cat
in u-1 b,- carefully and well loaded, in order to sav
I> . rtr>Ns.— Commence peeling the bark a
the sap etarts in the Spring, and in takinj
it p >el as much of the tree :is p. -.-itilv- wen th
limbs—lor the young t nder bark is the best, am
:s lighter carting, and measures well.
Tl: - ut'-ile f the Bark must always be kept up
1 which will prevent its curling, and it must b
loosely piled, so as to allow the air to pass freel
through it. and perfectly dry it. The outer o
rough side mu-t always bv kept up, in order t
prop ct the inner or Hcshy side from the weathcr
uhich being the pait us.-d. must be kept brigh
and not allowed to mould or get wet, which in
jure.- its color and strength.
May Ilf, 1^77- tm. Winchester, Ya.
THU OLD STAXD WITH A XEW STOCK
i i \V. TRl’SSELL is now opening a choice are
\ , i Stock oi SPRING A NI
Si M MEll GOODS, which includes any and ere
r v .i' tide the season require*. It is his purpos
to offer these Goods at bottom Driver for C't'h
snd those in w ant need but call and examine pric
i-ts, to r. disc the tact. Among other articles i
may suffice to enumerate:
I aadbeau I LADIES* DR1
GOODS, ■ ! the most fashionable stvlesand at th
very u est prices. A tull line of Ladies'Trim
I 1 i! - Of NO
TIONS a general atid complete assortment, eni
bracing many articles new and useiul. The lar
g -t el.d in' -t carefully selected Stock of th • rer;
-up* • i"r City-made l.adies*, Gentlemen and Miss
••*’ H. t*. Shoes and Gaiters, ever heretofore offer
ed. and a* evidence of qualities in a test of eigh
yea: - no complaint ha* been made.
Cloth*. Cas-imer- Tweeds and every descrip
ti *f» of (teDvIeiPett * SI MMKtlWKAR, togetlte
» ith Boots. Sh >••*. and all the Spring stvles ..
Hat*. OK KKADY-MADK CLOTHINU-a sc
•ect a** rtment, and Suits selected from sample
lurni-h- d at City I'rices.
A ul !:r- o: GROCERIES, including Sail
Fi.-h and Bacon.
-•"Corn. Wool. Bacon and all description u
C uofi Produce taken in exchange (or Goods,
la early call trout old friends and customers i
May 19. 1ST*. C. W. T.
New Spring & Summer Goods
h.WID HOWELL take* pleasure in announc
mi:t> his friends and patron- that he ha
opened in the room to which he has recently
hi- < lug Gi d*. and would invite you to com
and inspect them.
> irpiaiii ’ • : h Pi m *, Vic
Law:, I'taid and Striped Nainsook.
G at Inducement; in Foreign llosierr, Fofeig’
at I D io -vc Cas.-itner s. Linen and Cottonades
" ! Lin.-n Duck and Marsailles Vesting.
A lull Line of Domestic Goods at the lowes
*. Crock rv. Gl.t-.ware and Shoes a
prim * » hich cantu t fail t- please.
Thompson Corset for $1.00.
Linen Window Shades, verv low.
< ill and sec the Be.-t G.iods for the least monev
May 19, |S77.
HAN IN'G completed my contracts ahroai
which have occupied my sole attention fo
nearly a year pa»t, 1 am now prepared for order
in all the departments ot House Building. Ad
dre-.* me at Charlestown.
' • Wit J. c. HOLMES.
\\ L have jn-t received and are now grindin;
»> a prim 1-t BLL E WIN DSOR PLAS
TLK at \\ erick it Weller’s Mill, which wc offer a
low rate*. LIPPITT A CO.
1 JJ».V 18”.
FRUIT HILL NURSERY,
Charlestown, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Flower and Vegetable
Shrubbery, \ e.
renE sebset tbers call attention to the great ra
| riety of Trees, Plants, Vines, Roses, Ac., Ac.,
! at their ’
Fruit Hill Nttrsery,
' and arc gratified t<> be conscious of having a »toch
likely to please all Who patro lize them. They
w ill mtt undertake to present in this advertise
ment a catalogue of ytock on hand, bat will oe
; content to generalise, hoping that onr people Trill
call and see for themselves that the necessity for
sending abroad for Trees, Shrubbery, (Pc.jUolon
ger exists. We have
10,04M> App!«> Troes—choice varieties;
5 000 Peach Tree*,
Strawberry Plants, j
Asparagus Roots, Green House and Bedding
Plants—Cabbage, Tomato. Egg, Cauliflower and
Sweet Potato, all for sale Cheap for Cash.
April 15, is'fi-tf. HOPKINS A CO.
LIGHT & MITCHELL,
Drmrs*. Medicines. Paints*,
SCH001. BOOKS, STAT 10N KKV, T0BACCOS,
f|f.\KES this opportunity of thanking hts
patrons for their most liberal patronageTw
for the last year, and hopes by strict atten
tioa and fair dealing to merit a continuance of the
; same. I sell jiret-rate goods always ; do not sell
' counterfeit or cheap yaod* for the beet. Warrant
every tiling sold—t" be returned if not as guaran
teed. It is my desire, and also pleasure, to sell my
THE BEST QUALITY OF GOODS
aheaye, but will if compelled, sell them Laudanum
for 6 cts., Syrup for it cts., and Cologne for 25cts.
per pint; butat the same time, let me inform you,
that according t ithe United States Pharmacopea,
you can't make Laudanum tor lessthan lb cts.,by
the wholesale. A much cheaper plan is to buy
your good* •eMKi.ie, and add the icater yourself.
I want all ui v old Accounts settled up by paying
| the Cash immediately, and new ones begun iinine
i di.ttel v, if not sooner. \V ill not ask for money on
I the new ones until after Harvest.
CIGARS—best in town.
GEO. T. LIGHT.
May 1, 1ST 6.
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS
Axe Handle and Rim Wood,
10.000 Feet White Oak Buts.
We will pay 14 to 18 Dollars per ranked Cord.
< r 25 Dollars per Cubic Cord in Cash, il delivered
at <>ur Mill in Charlestown. We have on hand a
general assortment of HANDLES AND KIMS for
C. IL McK.NIGHT Si CO.
October 38, IS7TS.
IN IT'LL BLAST AGAIN!
rsMIE undersigned begs leave to inform his
J_ old costumers and the public in general, that
j he has again taken charge of the
of his shop, and that he is now prepared to exe
cute all kinds of work in his line ol business.—
Special attention given to Shoeing Horses.—
WAGON-MAKING conducted in allits branches.
Wagons and Buggies KKi’AIBKD at short notice.
Satisfaction guaranteed. My terms shall be very
low, to suit the times. Thankful for past favors.
1 respectfully ask lor a continuance of the same.
Hacks, Buggies and Horses at LIVERY.—
IlAl'LING ol all kinds done at short notice. All
kind* of produce taken for work. Shop on S.im
U'-l street, near the Wood Yard of Washington
Fab. ), 1 ■-'77—tf. g. W. BPOTTS.
r 13HE undersigned jointly with II. A. Burton,
| jeweller, occupies the room heretofore partial
ly occupied bv S. H. Wnoddy, next door to store
of Mr. David Howell, and will conduct the
in allits departments, and will endeavor by tnod
< crate charges and attention to business and strict
compliance with promises, to render satisfaction
j to all who may favor me w ith their patronage.—
Being a practical Harness-Maker. 1 think I can
: 1 make it til the interest of the people who may need
NEW WORK OR KEI’AIKS to call upon me.
I , Kespectfullv,
LAWRENCE A. OSBOURN,
. j September 23,1*<78—1 v.
D* S. HUGHES,
ti JOHN \V. LOCK'S OLD STAND,
Corner of Main and Lawrence streets,
CHARLESTOWN, WEST VA.
1 have in store a large and very choice stock ol
t I Consisting of
, Sugars, Coffees,
Syrups, M >lasses,
Salt. Fish, Bacon,
Bice, Crackers, Clieese,
Butter, Kggs, Teas,
Canned Fruits, and everything to be found in a
tint-class Grocery establishment, in which I am
1 ! prepared to offer to my friends
r 1 DRY GOODS.
REA DY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
" HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, AC.
Ali are invited to call and examine my stock, at
the old stand opposite the Bank of Charlestown
Y-4UCountry Produce taken in exchange for
. : Goods, at market rates.
May 28, ;-77.
LOGAN. BRO. & CO.
Xo H5, MALY JtTKEET,
T VIXCHESTER, i\l.
.*7 | t| | REED and 3,000 Root Pipe Stems;
»_/«' *1 /l * >2 Cases Smoking Tobacco ;
OS Boxes Powhatan Stone and White Pipes ;
40Gross Parlor and Blue Head Matches.
For sale by
June?, 1»77. ' LOGAN, BRO. A CO.
, ^ j Boxes Manufactured Tobacco, compris
l)*J- t< ing Bright and Black Sweet Nary; Fine
and Medium Twist, is, 4-, 5s. Ms and 12s’ to the '
pound, 3s and 4s Flat Lumps, all made at the best
’• Factories in Virginia aud North Carolina.
Just received and for sale bv
t June?, li>77. LOGAN, BRO. A CO.
I • ) “T | W }J t FINE Medium and Common
1 SEGA US, from 215 to 9100
Just received and for sale br
June?, l?77. LOGAN, BRO. 4 CO.
,*7 / \ DOZEN Fine and Fancy PIPES ;
• f Scotch, Rappee, Maccaboy and Congress
1 SNUFF, in jars, packs and bottles.
For sale by
June ?, Is77. LOGAN, BRO. 4 CO.
in nnnman7^ bags,>,m,2,3,4,
'Ll /«|l •». <>, (, b, ? and 10 pounds.
.lust received, and for sale br
June?, 1S77. LOGAN, BRO. 4 CO.
r*r/T/A REAMS Manilla. B >gus and Straw
eyl *1 * M rapping PAPERS, assorted sizes.
For sale by
i June?, 1677. LOGAN, BRO. * CO. I
item. »aeci:a\d boivifil!
ATTITH an eve to the wants of the approaching
y y season, has now open for the inspection of the
public, the largest and most beautiful selection ot
ever offered in this town. Many of the articles
are entirely new in design, attractive in appear
ance, and would be treasured lor a lifetime as a
memento cf the Centennial year. Among the
Souvenirs in most general demand, it may sufliee
to enumerate the following, all of which are of
the latest style, of the most artistic finish, and
offered at the most reasonable prices, vis :
Rtsssia, Papier Mache and Walnut Writing Desks,
Bohemian Toilet Setts and Vases, Elegant
Ladies’ Work Baskets, Brackets and Wall
Pockets, Paper Weights and Bud Vases,
CARD CASES AND BASKETS,
Vine Fhglish Perfumery inelegant Boxes. English
and American Chromos. Autograph and Photo
graph Albsm's, Picture Frames in great variety
and sizes, Ven fripers.Tnk Stands with Thermom
eters attached, Elegant sets Of Children's Furni
ture. Bureaus, Wash Stknds, and a nice selection
of Christmas Annuals for both old and young.—
Large Picture Books and Transparent Slates U'ith
an endless variety of minor Toys, Games, Ac.,
PLEASIKU TO Tin: VOt:\fi.
With a due appreciation of the very liberhl pa
tronage bestowed the last holiday season, an early
tall from all who are in want of a Christmas To
ken, be it big or little, is respectfully invited.—
Something to suit the taste of the most fastidious
can be found on examination, whilst for those less
exacting the hi titles are numberless, the quality
superior, and prices moderate. Call early and
December 1C, 1S7$. C. E. B.
House Building end Car
fJMIE undersigned will execute work in
House Building and Carpenter
In all its branches in the best manner and at re
duced prices. STAIR BUILDIN’G a specialty.—
FL'KXITCKE made and REPAIRED ; also orna
ments. such as WALE BRACKETS, FRAMES,
Ac., made and repaired promptly.
Shop at residence of S. II. Woody, in Charles
town. Orders may belett at Free Pkess Office, or
address me at Post Office.
August 5, 18Vd. S. 8TO\ ER.
Grover iV lluker’K
NrEW and Improved Sewing Machines, snch
as have been (oiling at $C.», reduced to$i3—
uud for sale bv
Aug. 12, 187(5. G. W. T. K EARS LEV.
,r ,*T o (fsQ’O' a Week to Agents. $10
OQlJ H Oil Outfit FREE.
1'. O. VICKERY, Augusta, Maine.
Aug. 2G, 1870—ly.
( I I AKIJ.ST< )WN
COKNEU OK UEOlUiE STKEKT AND TWENTY
Di(‘lil & 13i*o.
Head and Foot Stones, Mantles, Statues and
Carving, in all its various branches, and all
work in their business. All orders promptly filled
at the lowest rate, and shortest notice, and ail work
delivered and put up, anil guaranteed to suit pur
chasers. If not. no sale. Please call and see and
judge for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere,
and patronise dome Manufacturers.
The subscribers have also in operation theirshnp
in Martinsburg, where they will give prompt at
tention to all work entrusted to them,
DIEllL 4 BUO.
Charlestown, July 18, lf*G?— ly.
nAYINO purchased the STOCK OF GOODS
of the late W. C. Sh erer, (formerly Hear
sley 4 Sheerer,) to which l have made addi
and such articles as are generally needed by the
people, 1 respectfully ask a call flora my former
customers and the public generally, at the old
stand, where they can judge for themselve* as to
oualitv and price of inv goods.
GKO. W. T. KEARSLEV.
Charlestown, Dec. G, 1873.
Du. W. F. Lmtitt. Titos. B. Washington.
LIPP1TT Ac C O.,
CiSi’iiorul Co in mission ITIcrrltants,
Coal, Wood, Lime. Lumber.
Salt. Plaster, kc.
BRADLEY. SKA F()\VL, PAT A PSCO, G RANGE
Ml XT IRE AND LISTER’S
TERMS CASH OR I'ROltVCE.
i?ft~Otlico. Samuel Street and Railroad.
Mav 5. 1*77.
V Ui accounts due me to January t, 1^77, must
be settled. I owe monev that ought to be
paid. Jurticeto those I owe demand it. Alt my
bills and accounts will bo presented and must be
settled without further delar.
Feb. 3,1877. J. J. H. MTRAITH.
CcltXER QUEEH & DltltKE STREET*,
MART issue nr,, IF. YA.
T. M. FRENCH Proprietor.
Terms Moderate, and Hack Free to and from
' June 30, 1877.
ICE COLD SODA WATER—all the various
Svrups. Iresh and nice—to be had at C. E.
HELLER’S Drug Store, Court-House Square, du
ring the hot season.
I) OOT BEER, the most refreshing drink for
V the hot season, to be bad at
C. E. HELLER’^.
V LARGE stock of Cigars of a great variety
of brands, from 10 cts. down t<> 2 for 3 cts.,
always to be had at C. E. HELLER’S.
\ Fresh lot of Snap and Pole Deans just re
ceived. Those who have lost theirs by the
late frosts had better call at once—all of the best
varieties. C. E. DEI.LEU.
I EXTRACT Lemon, Vanilla, Strawberry,
ij Orange, Nectar, Sea Moss Karine, N< Lon’s
and Cot’s Gelatine, Duryea’s Corn Starch, all
fresh and nice, to be had at
C. E. BELLER’S.
HpO Dye Easy and Happy, use the “Handy I’ack
| age Dyes.” Tliev are better tbau all otht r
hn.ds of Dve Stull-. To be bad at
June 2, 1877. C. E. HELLER’S.
<17 E offer first rata lot o( C it for Steam and
* \ Smith's purposes, at greatly reduced rates.
Will keep constant supplv.
July 14, 1877. LIPP1TT A CO.
IMPROVED STICKY FLV PAPER-made from
the original Engli-h receipts. Nothing poison
ous ab ut it, and is much cleaner than any other
tlv paper, as the flies never leave it alter alight
ing. therefore they arc never found dead on your
closet shelves, in your food and any w here else in
the bouse—a thing which renders all other exter
minators so obnoxious. For sale bv
C. E. HELLER.
SPEER'S Wine and Brandies—from thecelebra
ted vineyards of Allred Speer—sold onlv for
medicinal purposes, at C. E. BELLER'S.
1'ODEA. the great Blood Alterative, for sale bv
July 21,1877. C. E. BELLER.
NE W STOCK.
POTOMAC Herring and Mackerel, just receiv- j
ed, for sale cheap, by
JACOB STARRY. !
SUGAR-CCRKI) Canvassed Hams, Dried Beef :
and Breakfast Creasts, Bacou, Shoulder and
Lard, for sale cheap, bv
June 23, 1877. JACOB STARRY. I
J Oil IN .T. JOBS,
(Successor to Wm. Jobe A Sons,)
Bruccloten, Frederick County, Virginia.
Post Office—Wadesville, Clarke County, Vi.
AI i 1 -1. 18 7 F.
Cliaiige oI* LoofttioM.
AV oolen^ Groods*.
ItllE undersigned respectfully informs his for
mer customers and the public generally that
he has leased the
Shan nondale Factory,
and will there manufacture Woolen Goods on an
increased scale—having greaterfacilitiesand more
Improved Machinery, beside a full corps of com
petent workmen. Every article heretofore man
ufactured under my supei vision will, in my pres
ent establishment, be produced in greater perfec
tion, and will compare favorably with the best
I am in the market for Wool, and will purchase
at the Factory, and through my Agents in Charles
town, Messrs. Duke A Gallaher—allowing the
highest market price. If more convenient for ray
o7d customers w no mav desire to exchange Wool
for Goods to deliver the Wool in Charlestown, ]
Messsrs. Duke A Gallaher are authorized to re
ceive and receipt for the same.
Information as t6 prices, Ac., may be had by
addressing me at Kab’etown, or mV Agents at
Thankful for t'he very liberal patronage hereto
fore extended me, I trust to merit, by careful at
tention to business, the manufacture of superior
good*and bv moderate charges, a continuance of
the good w ill and custom of old friends and atrial
bv new ones.
A. McCARRELL, Jr.
May 23, 1874. Spiritedly.
rpiIK undersigned, an experienced workman,
having leased the Porter Factory, .r> miles
from Charlestown, Jefferson County, "West Vir
ginia; will endeavor, in the manufacture ol
to maintain the excellent reputation for so many
years enjoyed by said Factory under the manage
ment of its late proprietor and his successors.—
The Factory is amply supplied with improved
machinery, and the facilities are such as to ena
ble the undersigned to turn out
Every Description of Goods
heretofore manufactured at said Factory. Deal
ers and others wilt be supplied upon call or at
short notice, and upon reasonable terms.
for w hich the highest market price in Cash w ill
be paid upon delivery nt the Factory.
Jas. Law. UoofT A Co., Charlestown, are au
thorized to purchase WOOL for me.
C. C. THOMAS.
I’. O.—Ripon, JefT. Co., W. V'a.
April '.’4, 1S7.S—ly.
Davio H. Cockrill. Joskpii H. Cockrill
DAVID II. COCKRILL A* SON,
Architects and Builders,
CHARLESTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, VA.
OURexperiencein thebusiness which wcadvor
tise to conduct, and our thorough acquaint
ance with it in all its branches, enable us toassure
the public that any work entrusted to us will be
executed in the most workmanlike manner, and
with the utmost dispatch. Having stood to their
posts in the Confederate army during the four
years’struggle which it so manfully encountered,
thev have located in their native countv, w here
theirservices arc offered in building up the waste
places.and in carry ingoutpractica I reconstruction.
Particular attention given at all times to the
drawing of plans and specifications; and in the
6’ KV .1IK Tit IGA L S TA III \YA YS,
where calculation is required, they are confident
that the v cannot be surpassed by any workmen in
the Valiev of Virginia,
Being well known in the community,they
deem it unnecessary to say more,than thatorders
left for them will receive prompt attention.
Aprils, 1868— tf.
General Tire Insurance Agency.
T) EPRESKNTI.NG three of the leading Coin
|\ panics doing business in Jefferson County,
PEABODY OF WHEBLtVO,
CONTINENTAL OK NEW YORK,
.Etna ok Hartford,
ITIOItE THAN 90,000,000.
I AM prepared to write policies on Dwellings
and Contents: Store Houses and Contents;
Mills, Factories, and all good insurable property
at lowest current rates-. Farm Dwellings a
specialty. I will give my personal attention to
viewing’, making diagrams and furnishing such
other needed information to all parties desiring
to insure. My customers will be furnished from
time to time, Blotters, Callendars ns well as
printed matter, showing the Conditions of the
Companies in which they are insured,
1 have given my constant attention to the In
surance business ior the past six years, and being
so generally known throughout the County, do
not think it necessarv to irivc references. Par
ties insuring with me may rest assured that their
policies will be properly written, and that time
ly no'ice will be given them as to date of aspira
tion. Olliee and residence at Charlestown.
It A. ALEXANDER,
General Insurance Agent.
December 25, 1877—ly.
i)RINTS, Bleached and Drown Cottons, Twil
led Dennis, Kentucky .leans and Cottnnades.
April 14.1877. GEO. W. f. K BARS LEY.
SHEETINGS.—10\ Bleached Laconia. 10J*
Bleached Penuut, 105-. I’nbleached Conestoga,
for mle by GEO. W. T. K EARS LEY.
April U, 1 ftf7.
UCEKXSWAREi—Full Stock Just received bv
April 14. oi.it. " . T. KEARSLEY. '
; Fertilizer—For Spring Crops.
VI7ILIj hare on hand Ober A Sons Standard
Fertiliser for Spring Crop*. This article
has no superior in the market. All that is ne
cessary is to try it betide those said to be the best.
! ale by JAS. LAW. HUOFF A CO.
11 HID Cages and Hanging Basket*. fur sale bv
) JAH. LAW. HUOFF * GU.
VN'I.MAL Pokes for sale by
JAS. LAW. I100FF A CO.
HORSE Collars, for sale bv
JAS. LAW. IIOOFF <f CO
April 21, 1877.
| TTTHITE and Yellow Seed Corn of good varl
I yy etv for sale by
March ill, ’77. JAS. LAW, IIOOFF A CO.
SHINGLES and Palings, for sale by
JAS. LAW. HUOFF i Co
SWAIM’S PANACEA, EUx. lod. lirom. Cal.co.
and Vegetine for tale bv
LIGHT «t MITCHELL.
V UN OLD’S Cough Killer, Dustier’* German
Syrnp, Ball’* Cough Syrup, sold by
LIGtl i '.i MITCHELL.
I1ARRELCHURNS and White WuhBnuh ■
) I.arge Stock from 25 ceuts up—for sale by
May 19, 1877. W. EBY.
LUMBER ANI > LATHS.
TT^Eirflur a prime lot of inch Lumber. Also
yy No. 1 White Pine Latbs.
May 18, le77. LIPPITT A CO.
1J0T0M AC, North Carolina and Lake Herring,
for sale in Halves and Whole Barrel*. For
■ale cheap, by W, EBY.
SALT.—500 Sacks G. A. and Fine Salt, for sale
„ at low price*, by
May 19, 1877. W. EBY.
tlOFFEE—Roasted and Green, atlow prices, for
/•ale by W. EBY.
May 18, 1877.
"\,rACA RONT, Cheese, Beef Tongues, Hams,
Sausage and Dried Beef, ju*t received, by
.'lay 10, 1877. W. EBY.
SUGAR-CURED Canvassed Hams, very best;
and Bacon, Sides and >boulders, for sale by
May 17, 1877. W. EBY.
Matting and oil CLOTHS tonic bv ■
May 22. G. W. T. KEARSLEY.
310KE RAI3 I
A Good Season for Corn.
1 T the urgentrequest of the Council of Charles
j\_ town. I hare removed my Harness Establish
meot for lieasts, to the lot in the Jail, which is
situated upon the site of the old Jail, in w bich Mr.
John Brown served a short time. My shop is also j
opposite Mr. I.eisenring* Hotel Stable, where par- j
ties stopping and breaking a Hame-String can have
them repaired. With the consent of the Commit- j
tee on grounds, work will be despatched with the
HENRY D. MIDDLEK A I FF,
. „ . Late of the Market House Lot.
X PRESENTS for every one, to be found at
1 Dec. 20, 1873. ' GEO. T. LIGHT.
The Confectioner}' Store
I T ENRY DC HIM has received an extraordinary
XX supply of goods suitable for the Holidays,
andin order the better to display them and to
accommodate customers has opened, on Main
Street, the room lately occupied ns a Dry Goods
Store by J. W. Lock, opposite the Biuk of Char
lestown. i * w
He will keep CANDIES, CAKES, FRUITS,
NUTS and in fact everything common to a Con
fectionery establishment. Also, constantly oh
hand. FRESH BREAD. He will make to order
Cakes of every description. Ice Cream, rfc. It
will be the pleasure of thesubscriber to please his
customers, and to that end no endeavors will be
April 12, 1875. IlE.NRY DIMM.
VI.I. persons areherebv warned not fn trespass
on uiv Vineyard and Orchard. The law will
be enforced against all offenders. Barents are
earnestly requested to warn tbeir boys or they
maybe injured, \ight plunderers will receive
special attention by an armed guard. No admit
tance on Sundays to any person.
Attg. 8,1871—If. * J. J. II. STKAITII.
HAVING retaoVe’d my Barber Shop to the
Room formally occupied by me in rear of !
the Owings House, I will be glad to see all of
my old customers and many new ones.
lire., &C., done with neatness anil dispatch. |
V.. 1.will I... iklliiutiil .trnnkon blank.
guards positively forbidden to come and occu- i
py my guests chairs. The latest papers w ill
tc kept for the u>c of mv customers.
April 8, 187C. JAMES E. liUADY.
Perfection of Light.
rpiIK only absolutely safe illuminator to use in
any Lamp. It cannot be exploded. Elaine,
the family safeguard.
WARDEN Jt OXNARD,
For*alebr GEO. W.T. KEAKbLEY.
Dec. 4, 1875.
JL*l:iiu uml Oi'iinincnlnl
PL A STEP ING.
W11H K subscriber takes advantage of the Press as
I a medium by which to inform tlie citizens ot
this and adjoining counties that he is prepared to
PLASTERING OF HOUSES,
in any style that mav be desired, from one Coat to
three, Hard Finish, White Coat or Heavy Skim.—
Cornices and Centres run, and Ornaments stuck,
ifdesired. None but first-class workmen will he
employed on work that may be entrusted to me.
CISlEltXS C ESI EX TED AXl> GUARAN
TEED tv nouk
I hereby tender my grateftil acknowledgements
for the liberal pationagc 1 have received since
commencing business, and hope by a strict adhe
rence to duty to merit a continuance of the same.
.^•SP* All communications addressed to me at
Charlestown, W. Va., will receive prompt atten
tion C. FRANK UALLAHEK.
March 28, 1870.
OH! YES! OH. YES!
nAVINGtakcn out license ns Auctioneer, I
would inform the people of Jefferson that I
mu prepared to cry sales, Ac., at the shortest no
tice and upon reasonable terms, and invite the
orders of those having property to dispose of at
Rippota,Septcmnei IT, 1 sT.i 6m.
Notice ! !
VLL persona knowing themselves indebted to
the Undersigned by note or open account
will be expected to close tile same Without d clay,
as no longer indulgence can, or will he given, as
we must have money to carry on our business.
d AS. LAW. 11UOFF A CO.
Jan. 5, 187T.
KEGS NAILS, just received, for sale by
in KE OALLAHER. '
April 1, 1871.
M ASON'S Improved Self-Sealing Fruit Jar*
quarts and half-gallon*—just received by
July 1, 1S76. GEO. \V. T. KEAltSLEY.
Mince meat r«r sale bv
Dec. 11,187V G. W.T. KEAKSJAY.
V FRESH KILN of LIME now for sale, in
WEI HICK .f WELLER.
September 9, 187G tf.
flMIE VIRGINIA PAPER COMPANY of Hall
X town, will be prepared to purchase
Straw of All Kinds,
on and after the 1st of August, either in the stack
or delivered at the Mills at Halltown.
Apply to John H. Strider or at the Mill*.
1\ E. ROHR, having for a number of years
/. been engaged at the Machine Shops of
Messrs. Weitick it Weller, ha* concluded to ope
ra*- independently of that lirrn, and ha* associated
with hitu his *on, J. Marshall Rohr, for the pur
pose of conducting the business of the
MANUFACTURE AND REPAIR
of Wagons, Drills. Plows, and Farming Imple
ments generally. The Sunfuh Plow will be ft spe- |
cialty w itb this firm. Every description of work
in our department will be executed promptly and 1
w ith an expectation of rendering entire satisfac
tion. Charges will be moderate.
Sbop near Toll Gate in Charlestown.
D. E. RUHR a SON.
Drills for Repair ought to be sent to the shop
early, that the necessary parts that can only be
obtaiued abroad may be secured in good time. i
J. E. It. A .SON. 1
July 15, 1876.—6m. I
Jl'-HT A M ITCH ELL liave for sale Cosmoline, I
j Yasolinc and Stump’* Liniment. I
March 31, 1877.
IIGHT A MITCHELL have for sale Garden
j Seeds in papers and by thebu'k. Early \ ork
bv the ox.; Trophy Tomato bv the ox.; Stiver
skin Onion by the ox.
March 31, 1877.
IIGHT A MfTCHELL have just inorcand their
j stock of fine Pocket Cutlery. Uest Pen f
K oives from $2.30 to 23ct*.
March 31, 1877. \ t
IIGHT A MITCHELL have every varietr of
j Hower Scid, also some roots and bulbs lor
»a*c. March 31, 1877.
IIGHT A MITCHELL have every variety of ,
j french Note Paper, 'justrcccived a new lot.) I I
March 31, 1*77.
/ 1 EORGET. LIGHT’S Circulating Library has
\ X *R the late Works in and will receive next •
week the very latest for only 10 rt, ptr ttttk*
March 31, 1877. Jr I .
MR. LIGHT would like for parties to return , l
the books they borrowed about two or three 1 «
years ago. j j
March 31, 1877. |
OLD Newspaper*and Old Paper (raoept brown
and Hags, wanted, for which (be Lights
market price, in CASH, will be paid at the
Oct. 13.1872. FREE PRESS OFFICE.
J1IAVK re mo red m\ TIN SHOP to the second
door of the building formerly occupied by
eirick a Weller, ns a Foundry and Machine
?*iop, and the old stand of 1 homaa D. Parker';
T’n and Stove Hccse, where I tin prepared to dc
ill manner of
TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK.
ROOFING AND SPOUTING A SPECIALTY
Mv Tinware willbetold at the bottom piice*.
rrade will be taken in exebarn e for w are or woi k
/T-dTRemember the Second Door.
JXO. S. KASTFRDAY,
April 28, 1877. Agert.
HIGHEST Cash Price paid for Wool, bv
May 5, ’77. JAS. LAW. HOOFF l CO.
N o lice.
HAVING recently suffered eonsidnsblT fr<n
(ires in piv woods, on my lands on the Ear
iide of the Shenandoah river, originating from
resspssses by huntsmen, and having now pute
based of Mrs, McKevitt her “Rote Hill" anil
‘Mountain” tracts of land, (late Chaplain) tli
atter tract stretching from nearrnv Sheelei (juar.
ry along the river nearly to “Hull’s Falls,” ard
leepmuch tresspassed upon, I hereby give public
lotipethat I am determined to prosecute all who
eretfter offend by tresspassing on anv of my
lands. Wll. LUCAB.
March 9, 1972—tf.
I THRESH Burned M Lite-Washing I.ime, just re
1 ceived and for sale bv
April 8, 1875. GEO. W. T. KEAItSLEV.
Ground Planter lior Sale.
."X/A TON'S of Ground Plaster for sale at m
M ilia in Charlestown.
WEIRICK A WELLER.
April 23, 187(5.
I TAKE this method to inform mv friends and
. customer* in general, that I have moved
my Jewelry establishment to the room formally
jsed bv the "Centennial Book Store," aid one
ioor west of Eight's Diug Store, where I willd.
At prices that I defy competition. I will work
cheaper than any man in the State of West Vir
ginia, for the same amount of work. Parasols,
l mbirllas. Violins, Ac., repaired.
June 27, 1»74— Iv. W. W. BUUTOX.
Dry Goods, Notions
And Fan<*jr Goods*.
GIO. W. TAYLORi Agt.,
W. F. (liven, Washington I). C.
I lEOS leave to announce (hat he ha* just open
> ed the Store on 'lain street, (four doors hr
low lhe Owing*House,) with au excellent stock
I)hv Goons, Notions, &c.,
Which he is gelling at rate* lower than the game
goods could be bonght at before the war.
^SMIigheit turn kv t pi ice paid lor all kind* of
May :7, lsTti.
XTSE Congulinc for mending China. 01*■»
J Kai thcnwarc, Stone. Irory, Wo< d, Leather,
Tiiiik* t*. Tova, Ac., for sale bv’
Aprils, 187C. * C. F. BKLLFIt.
I )l ."si I’OISO.V. Tin I .f prej nation for the
destruction ot n s ctJ'otato Uug«, Ac., mov
made, 4 ox. enough for one litre of ground. It is
soluble in water, lor sale bv
June a, IsTiJ. JAS. LAW. 1100 PK A CO.
I) I AI) 1IIIS.—Safety Irom lire insured by
k using the Hang up ilex Vlatchi 210 In n b‘ i
lor only live cents, can be had at
April 8,16ft. c g B i LLI R t
<4iiL.i r i:i:i)t( TK>\ i\ i*ni« l
Of the Celebrated
WEI KICK & WEEEEli
’ |*IlE prlts of these IMu ba been reda
1 a* to place (hem w ithin the reach ol all. A
lull supply unhand. Call at the .1. fletsou fountliy
xnd Machine Shops, mar the tolfgate on the Bet*
April 7, ls7T.
Hoot anti Mlioo Malting;.
r|MIE undersigned has removed his f*hop to the
f building on the corner of Charles and Liber t v
street* in tbe building lately occupied by Wei
rick rf- Weller. 1 lie chat actcr of the w ork don< lit
:lie subsci iber is v i II knc.tvn and appreciated by t Ji*
ritizens ot Charlestown and ticinilv. Itishaidlv
necessary to add that be will endeavor to sustain
lii* reputation a- a reliable wntkman.and will ex
•cute promptly and at reasonable rate s all orders
jiven him—either for Xew wotk or Repairing.
JOIIX AVIS ol Wm.
May 1C, 1874. April 15, 1S7'!.
Fit r »i it nri> ICepu
r|MIK uniliTiig'ifd ha* opened •« Furniture lie.
I pair Shop rti the building on corner of Mam
iiid and Main *treet*( Charleston n— a few dooil
Bait of Court li'>u*f, on Mini-side, lit- will If <-•
iiair Fumitory in i-ub-nniial and neat tnannar at
reasonable prices, and w ilh promptitude.
Jan. 30, 1875—tr. T.O.RUST,
i >l*Olc*P!r«ioiliil Not iff*.
1 HAVE this day associated with me fur I'rac
tice Hr. C. FRANK FOLK F. All css.« m
Ll u-ted to Hr. F. u ill lisre il-e benefit of mi coui-st I
and aid whenever reijuind nr desired. Hr.
P. can be found at my ofhcc w hen not profetrion
Feb. 3, 1877. J. J. II. MTUAITH.
LIME FOR HALK.
Ill A VI! for rale at the Old Furnace a lot of
FRESHLY BURNED LIMK. of tbe very b. -t
juality. S. W. 8TRIDKR.
April 14, 1877 —tf.
IIUKNKTT’S Cod Liver Oil, Brobmer’i Cod
> Liver Oil, W ilbor’s ( oil Liver Oil, ar.d Cod
Aver Cream, sold by LIGHT A MITCHKLL.
An Inliilliltls* Ciirir!
JCST rereived, direct from New Yoik, CON
ST A NT IN E*B PERSIAN HEALING PINK
IARMOAP, fur toilet, bath or nursery, and an
u’allible Remedy for all cutaneous disease*.
May 19, 1877. ' C. W. TRl’SSKLL
lust Received & Fur Sale Low:
[JOCKET ai d Table Cutlery, Scissor*, Bread
Knives, Tinned-Iron t.'urrv Combs, Horse
fiushe*, Shoe Brushes, Galvanized Wire Horse
1 uzzlea, Thermoineter* and Barometer*, Black
og, Matches, Spring Balance* and Tv a Scale*.
, 3 and 4 Tine F'.rks, CofT-e Mill* with Covered
loppei*. A large rarii-ty of Tea Bell*, Clymer'f
land Rake, Clvmcr’* Locust Cradle Finger*.
June 0, 1877. DCKK A GAM.A HER.
11’’K hare for sale a second hand BATH TUB,
y\ in good order.
DUKE * 0 ILLAUEB.
For tin* Luillc't*.
I MIL Stylish 18 th. Lasting Button and Side Lace
Gaiter, for Ladies and Mitre*, arrived this
ay by the VVeatcru bound Express. Call »nd
xannne them. C. W. TKUSSLLL.
Juoe 'J, 1877/
r \F Ladies’, Mit*e* and Children** Slipper*, to*
f getlier with Sayle’*,Celebrated Philadelphia
June 17, 1877. C. W. TRUSSLLL.
MO LIEN i* the best Laundry GIo*» in the
World -eaves one half the labor in Irooing
-prevent* the iron from Sticking—imparl* a
• autilul Gluts—produce* a bur elastic Stillness—
fleets a great saving of Starch render* good*
uipervious to Perspiration. For sale by
June 30, 1877. C. W. TRUSSELIm
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