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V A It i vri'Y.
!>S\IN\Kl! s Mi •' VI. v>»ol.l>. - 1 li*‘ ,
X >verr.>-r number oi ItrawardMusical
W is 1 eo.iv* U> us pn mpt > i"tl '-ritli the
um; ii ! tr.:c an-! r» e<l aumur* of valuable .
musk* arid uinskhtl w* <■ l l”1' ‘um* :
her r nt lit.. two t ew > i.gs. ‘-s • r •’ ‘in>
»• .1 «<>-*.: l. >„>!; of flair ; ’ n new vv.ili ly
Slrv i. g, !'. < ! r t..! “ IYoM M l?ch.” I y :
Suppe, at ! a tin • p t, u: -t by .V y iroi«
Voi • \ “ M v-.l Pit' Pi** if p»*r
<hi>. 1 i:t sh *t for •. would cost $2 00, awl ;
i* li ;o given. together with sixteen |>a^es > f ,
i. • t : iil t -*vlliwiy ami rows, end ,
a . vig.ivtte of f ij-Mil. t!:» ?. «e..f, lor liitvru ,
f„ *„ T > ..f, .*,• r to sen-1 U e Musi- }
« , \\\,-: . r -r > V.) t f. -X -r.Mi.Lr
*,- 1 |>.- gir.t.. r, .:s ,i ■ • ' f r tart nty dve cords 1
Suh'Vrit t«ou {'rice £1 it) j .jn .r, ami u!i ^
s .* . ■*>, rec* v l during November v il! [
• t tbe X »o..btr .ii .i IV • mbtr numbers ;
fr.c. Addn -i— th»* J»*lf OM • I'-,
S. liltALNAUll S SONS. Ckrelu.A, O.
II w iu y il-lvs h i.« n it! ! p*u:: pudding? ,
T,v >—<M-<ide an I uf-i ;<?.
j; jtpec • t 1 egoOing ready to car
ry o . .a l *,ir - I! » ,ms;cs.
1'sb • the ii st vmI last letter* fro?** the ward
fnaj-'.-ty •»< d tutk# i j»st cf the mid.
TJia lust scits at U ' *'v .i!r of war ar»
generally on the front I ■ r
“ l fear that n do r t ijuite afprehcml
uje.” as toe j-iii bird said to his balded pur- ,
tlKIt.
*• |!e cars'!.; h“w yon pui etuat" the stove,1 !
the latest, it n cans lot to put to much
c ’• a
Toe co-op* io gn u is Dot a success: po*
•i thi- wheat buy ami buy Uoi
• •.« k." *V’i*ed an insjur I but imperfect
ly i l rx‘.-»r! r. ’ 8--Join an 1 i’o
Ul'ill *w
The ii 'uu-li it? heirs of the l ite J. (' Ayer
* . c ;•■>. i,i3 ’.vo'I. Ti. o will l-e music in
toe air. too.
• .. . .1 f ; -:. rh. . . i n .rn on ti »
upper lip is p.. a aucc. .» cure fo. a hooked .
i, *
“ T c .L «’ •■» k •;> 4 r ? v-r mv l ea i,
n- ts- ■ ♦ - n irk i when he hoisted a b ••
to cel umbrella.
\YI.. are many barb rs «!ar rcm* pin t*>
( r _• itii iii ? Boca'is-th" best thing the sail.>r !
comes a to** is the bar.
Th* SpriBgfi*M ftet •*?'!!<m i tells about a
C! . . •-e f,S' vriltklt '• w is utie of the big- |
gcst that ever efrilek t *vu.”
A Kentucky jailor I ts Ids pris ncrs or j
hue..aic t. We should beafraid they would |
break • ut.
44 1* it Bo lu!; compliments on my t>>nib- I
st’nc." said tirsmifathi-r PuBahtuhler.—
4* i) V* if ire me any epitaphy."
'[ .1 ,• r*.*4.> •■) • i.y f h-. rn of the fnnter
. t icard ii.i the !i!i ” a v rn ire, is because j
1 * i » iv* it in his p i kit li i.-k just u w.
m i. 1> Iv t ills .1 a(]ni.i Miller “tie poet
lira' f t * Sierra* ** \V ’ eve hi is bel
li r on fh ’mat thm Hit bridal after all.
4 T in4 ? ‘v buru the mi laighl t 4!,’’ said
the fneatio’M edit r is he cinsigaed old JJuni
b'pjieg’- rm ill* . :;>t t : t'-it re.
An I S stinh nt was once asked what wa*
r .lit by y 'Stbnrr t.- w rtov ” 44 They are
s vv r• *;|\iMy, "as a man writes
after he '* *"a«i. ”
I"». 1? f .an py' in itK miy • ••• classed un
der f!w head*of “ O'e Made* —' fre? Prtss J
A i the bred t i d in !j« ruins of UtrcuU
r.en— —Oid Hate .»**.
\Y• < k .ohjge t' ' reeoijjf of Ito new
p:e'e> i .-a r- 1 j* . : “fold yi ur arms
nr I r tighter a .4 44 See tliat my grave
.* n»«t robbed.
•• V. " *!«■, I an n t much disinclined t >
inve-f :■ t . ■ r. ".v, if t* o expert’s report is
* ivi a. i> « iv them w much ora in
the mi’"if' * lie *a\s there is too
in nr*
.v in i !.■ id l e* n f contain .a brain ca
l’ v rid r .-.1 r vring, but it it
* iii'ni v.’. at rxtent the other etnl of tiitn
can be rv.irwl.
A 1 vi Hast. r. r ing his pretty
r< i • e ' Mites b. niset n. kis-ml hr, ;
iji>> g it I• i hi- t’ e “ rn! <*t . lie dis- ;
r>i-i-l h - rrorihr ugh li.o assistance of his i
wife.
The Cain-len iV’ iv-.it< to k-. iv tlse dif- j
f.vose- * nyc i’ iilti>r ;• r 11 It is wife, and
:u iT-y- ti • iju -tii s 5»y saiir.g : “ One writes ■
things '» x, 11 . the < ti r - ts thing.* to1
ng‘
llann ih M >f says ’lilt thi '••• i* oi > sir <jh ;
factt may app t> ail tha wit and
arg . i<* "f : H h'hry, !ha‘ no man ever re
j c:.r * u' ' ti:t . . Il ni . ^ ti athbv !.
An Av a-i traveller in 'id way saw a pig i
in i ? ’ id >ru ni! s.» !;
44 Wty do you ! avet! at pig in th re ?'*
— i •. -aid 1 * of t< ilw*y, “ lh*- h'lase
h i* al( t. - c-oiv-v mccs that a raysonablo pig
rep:
“ Tb-I.'rl Inreth a chi rful giver.’ 1 ut
th-re'«• . . j. - ii . * i• ; i c pp v ’ ito fh •
c.' iii .tti:i n b x l m i pii ’.gh f make the
I Ik* ■ t!if 1 a - sc-if t!i r k tlie e mtuurron
!> Iw »:e mi’ll oc<-» sally ! wc d mestic
troubles, itke ■ t - .* !• i;s. O e » •> Lteiy < b
served n the gr.,,-,, ,,f ; wife's firmer lu:s
l •;.! 1 v. *p;!_ alt I i i ». . j tit! e decease !.

die?"
A young 1-arly graduate m ;v in ift.r years J
f>r< t th ; t :I *-f h-r ** -ay. but she will al
ways : „ iiu r i: -w her white • j fc v ’ dri s
wis made ar; 1 trimme I
sr-srer usm another; “ Is Cl. -n
Bii'i to b. tr. I . “I think > ii'd find turn
- a
you'll tru*t t in. f revr. lb newer pays."
A hr-'VU’ g ' iii j -rey-: •• 1 mug men
' mi Ii. y rpn ,• ji try t > this • tit v will please
if.cl ? ttaa.. » 1 s. - i: f f r publiei
t’ i, It* as an ev; f their i: .-unify in
• ' - real . r
An r.amar'. •! iy, on t >e wi.teiy side of
fifty.1 • ' it th f i ) Uftg lady,
bet
mental sigh, * Wt !|, I &\.pp* se it is what wc !
a.i must <. . ‘
0 edayl'iil i.tl -tpi . r to dine with;
him; a- l lis Wife, wishing Will to appi-ar
wel. eju’etly «ltTvm:-hed him to be Careful!
wn.t t • Ail went till got hi- po
le* -s well IM-hed, When hr* -aid : “ Dolly.
p.tt>e the jjt v *•1 “Why, W i'h.un. said hi>
•V,|. y. 11 -ii :.’-i tail it gravy. Wtii, says I'.dl,
I it” -- it I gi t :t'm. i :.r tald ch th it v.,,ulel i
!• gr- .i-e." lhf g'li -ts s . .>.*•• 1.
“ Ah, great hr tv. n«, ' sighe ! a rising y u- _•
throwing d<.ivr, ii s | eit and leaning
bick wearily, “yon don't ki. w bow much .
j e isanti r v ! e . • r ;t .. t • r* a 1 these h tie
p erns of mine th en it is hi wrife them."_
at pith li.- I it lakvirl frienJ, “ Gad, how .
5on rri'.-t s:.' ■*, then !”
A Sun ’ay ach.n.l pupil of tender age I t ing
a_-' d h< v.- ]>o liked the gvntlnnan w ho had
#d 're -e l the seh •«], remarked : “ He was a
i nay mn >. He t M a: >ut ti e hknd-writing I
i n the wall, and d I it was * JUnni , Minnie,
tickle the j an. u.’ ”
A jntr 2 tt-'Uia from t'.e rural districts
entered a dry _• J-. t re ti e ti er day nrd
w*k*d f r a j . r i st< ckit’g*. ii • c!« rk
politely a-l* d I tr what ri .. r she w re.—
- Why, two, i u t ol. D \ t! think that I
-m a .. .i p .1>-, or th i*. l L. ,« a * ... !cu '
.
i >/•/ * A W U K ia your own town, and no
'.(>0 capital risked. Yoacaa gita tbtbsri*
x >bn i bn b it wortw
tv . v, r • -r th • willinjj to work. You
■ . | raeU
it tb< buiMH wa oa»f. W
i a Ysi ns deiota nil y ir
..... < ir *|>aro time l > the bu.'iaess, and
:• /r .»• i iv l .r wery h<*ur that you work.—
\V. • a make .1 :uuv as nteo. S nil tor special
■ . . • - . . ulara,«bleb •> - a»Utree.
;■■■ (■; 'it tre. . li'o’t oo id plain of hard times
while vi a * -.1 h 1 ehanae. Address 11. 1IAE
EETTaCO.. I’ .-tlnud, Maine.
Aug. Ill, 1?7‘J—ly.
rort
Cm ;»y*rs, C iVryyoien, piSyvHwJ,
." I, -» •, Jc*rfi*rs,
.’.•■iv’.illl/',
t« !i.; i .) re>t.’ 1.
• • •;It | . .i s.’s - thsu r-r «‘'"'jr
r'a touch «t*V
I fls 1
. ..... »■ <!..>' , o f- t "f A-| !' "err* ('yctopicdi*.
•i_ ■, i ■ .1. uco.’uii" warj»c.*» arout. Hc-a'.ti
, , ■ -a p- 1 n-'Vi-l
1 •. ; • • h"i I 1 rr 2
• .* ... .. ;■••• fo-flxorlir It ?. 3, or 4 tiersc'f
S :iU f.>r«l. ssriptiso price list.
_• -, - Cai
• ’ • . *:.$ e ' i. anal ttini
u r...! anklev
* \r.rn,vr.r: a co„
; .-r' hrr*, rr P* r--i !.r rve-ytfci’v: ?* ;'»•
r . o. d wiTtioa. ry llcr,
KLADQoA . liia FOu ALL SCHOOL ZV??l\l2,
1 & 144 (iruul St.. New Verts.
Duke A Uulialier,
Aleuts at Charlestown.
Ocfoh. r 11, 1'7!>—2:n.
» t VI; '4 KEELS. Cistern Tumps, Cement, Tioio
r thy Seed for sale bv
1»L'KK A GALEAIIER.
Thi Wist End
ALIVE AGAIN!
IlOR the best select d and larjjcft assorted
* Sf.o-!c .4 G ids ia my line, call at the One
Trice ReltaM * Grocery of JamiJ II. Rod rick.—
k u nail t•• 1 my G ids fresh and Trim t iu iju 1 i
- U'-UHttl : 'U lO ll ' l *U9V9 iu UJlUiaiiM
1 hiUdelphia among whlch uro
.m'GAK>. COKFKKS AM);TKAS,
r-vrup* of all grade*. Spice*, Canned Fruit*, Jel-;
- \ lud » Pea*
ca- * and Corn, 1‘rur..Klee, Fickle*. Maccaroni,
( nfeciions, Cru- kcr? and Cheese, all grades of
Tobacco and Sei?ax*s.
0!\?s, yui-en’s, Kocklughain awd Wooden Ware,
H i " 3.1 kinds, Fi.-h by the d--o n or hundred, |
1 supply th uaut* and demands of my many i
. tut ... • i 1 i. add. J to u»y already largo stock l
a full lin of
l>ii\ GOODS, KOTIOAS. I
(’ r-iiting, in put, of l*ro*s IF - -'is. Calicoes, 1
Hr- ah u >1 Kb ached Muslin, If toy. Collars, j
• . ill*, R i Mad Clotbtag, and a nice Ikia of I
Summer Hat*. These goods are marked down at j
K ttora I'ric" «, and l toteud t > >ell them as cheap j
as ii . live u. in in th. city. Call aed see m • and ,
In Ip'ureit. 11: ing the “Dollars ot your Dud-:
d. and Invest them where your daddies used to ;
d • bu-iTi -s. 11. ing t o-.v establish.. 1 on a solid
1 .-•i., 1 purp.-«i making my establishm-mt a per
rnaneut institution. Ibackiul to the general
public t.-r th large and lib ral patronage bestow
ed a: "ii mo in the pa.-!. I hope by odoriug none but i
th t. I go . at 1 .west price* andfutr dealing to •
c. rit wjd trier- \se the ease.
■•.'“.Viiki-ills f C<■■ intry Froduce taken in ex- I
change bo Go-as. Good* delivered within the i
forp*. ration.
/VCwbim rj can have accomodation* f- r ;
th. Ir horse? if thev wish without charge.'i
ii. • tl illy,- J v.'li..-. U. UOiHUCh.. ' •
- . -, i ■* '! ' •
‘ 1 > ' f James li. ltodiick.
May :i, 1S7U—ly.
'IMiE LEA 1 Mil OIL STOVE.—The cheapest
| Oil St<>* in the market—every family should (
■ pres rvtng, for heating tad iroua, |
lor making f. a and ColTce they are ju.-t what is :
ii ded s ir. • making tire in the Co.-k Store—;
does not beat the house, fur sale by
l>CKE<k GALLA1IKU, |
June 7, ltvTli. Agent*.
£00.000 Feet oi‘ Yellow Pine
ToTJAL IJIMLv.
r|MlEund- '- gn-.d h i* just stocked hi* Lumber j
1 Yard, at tl- Cl . rlest -tin St caw Sa.f Mills,
with one ol tbe largest lota of
Choice Yellow Pine Lumber
« ver lo.-t , 11 the cilia- us of .Ellers- n c-.unte. ’
I • su;-j ’y • , ac- - tbe beet ijiiali v of Framing
Lumber mid 1 lank, I’-a-t-ri-ig Lailo.Ac., ail id
wbichwi'iL -at do? at tin iowe.-t inai ket rate*
May IS, 1 WM. F1IILLIPS.
I
HUGHES&CoJ
AT
JOHN ’.V. LOCK’S OLD STAND.
Corner of Main and Lawrence street!,
CHARLESTOWN, WEST VA.
CHOICE
GROCERIES,
Produce, Quoensware,
Wooden ware, Crocker
Ac., «f c.,
1 hive in store a large and very choice stock of
r.v.mi. v gkocekies,
Consisting of
Sugars, Coffees,
Syrup?, Molasses,
Salt. KUh, Bacon,
llice, Crackers, Clieese,
Butter, Eggs, Teas,
Tobacco, Buckets,
Confectioneries,
Canned Fruits, and everything to bo found in a
first-cla-s Grocer v establishment, in w hich I am
prepared to offer to ray friends
<irv.\t Intlticcntnils.
DRV GOODS.
RKADY-M ADR CLOTHING,
LOOTS A ND SHOES.
HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, AC.
Allarcinritedto call and examine my stock, at
the <>ld stand opposite the Hank of Charlestown
building.
^.Country Produce taken in oxchange for
Goods, at market rates.
D. S. HUGHES * CO.
May 4, ISJ7.
BE$UME0_BUS1NESS l
n'AAT.NO purchased the STOCK OF GOODS
of the late AV. C. Sheerer, (formerly Kear
slev A Sheerer,) to which l have made addi
tions of
DRY GOODS,
and snc7i article! as are generally neededbv tbe
. f .. - r..i».. .. l « ...it r...
customers tn<l the public generally, at tho old
stand, where they Cun judge for themselves as to
quality and price of tnv goods.
GEO. W. T. KEARSLEY.
Charlestown, Dec. 6, 1873.
W. F. LlppiU, B. C. w ashln( ton.
LU’PITT A: CO.,
General Com mission .llcrrltatsls,
DEALERS IN'
Coal, Wood, Lime, Lumber.
Salt, Plaster, cic.
—AGENTS FOR—
U R A D L E Y, S E A FO \V L. P A T A PS CO. O R A N G E
MIXTURE AND LISTER’S
PHOSPHATES.
TERMS CASH OR PRO DICE.
gaETOffice, Samuel Street and Railroad.
May 3,18TT.
c JHA RLEST< )WN
MAU11LE WOliliS,
Coitseu or Gkorqe Street and Twenty
Foot Alley.
Diehl & liro.
UAXCSACTfRKItB Of
HOT 1 HEMT*. TOMEIS,
Head and F '-d Stones, Mantles, Statues and
Curving,in all its various branches, and all
work in their business. All orders prompt! v filled
at the lower t rate, and shortest notice, «ud all work
delivered and put up. amt guaranteed to suit pur
chasers. If not. no sale. Please call and *ee and
jud ge for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere,
dud patronize Romo Manufacturers.
The subscriber? have also iu operation theirshop
in M irtinsburg, where they will give prompt at
tention to all work entrusted to them.
DIEHL A BUO.
Charlestown, July 13,1 «*T7—ly.
JOHN M. COYJiE & CO,
Real Estate Buokf.hs,
CIIAULKSTOWN, W. YA.
HUY and Sell Real Estate, in town and country.
Prompt attention given to all business placed
In their hands. Titles examined and 6’onvey
unc s promptly prepared.
^Business transacted In the Law (Mice of
Franck Beck with, on M ain street, nearly oppo
site the Carter House.
February t), ls73—tf.
t** /A(A A MONTH guarrantecd. $12 n day
t j •) ' fv? at home made by the Industrious.—
Capital not required ; we start you. Men.
women, boys and girls make money fast.-r at work
f r us than anything else. The work is light and
pleasant, and such as anyone can go right at.—
Thos • who are wise who see this notice will s--nd
us fh“ir address at onco and see for themselves.
Costly Outfit and terms free. Now is tlie time.—
Those already at work are laying up large sums
of money. Address TRUE .is UO., Augusta,
Aug. 16, 1879—ly Maine.
WANTED TO BUY,
100 Tons of Hones,
i'^OR which the Cash will be paid atour Plaster
1 Mill. ‘
Also, for sale, at a low price, for Co h,
.“»<> rl\»ii!3 of Plttsfrr,
now grinding. WKIEICKA WELLER.
March I 1-7
l:i- -AJ , . ,;V.We
1323 Pc-s*. 3000EacmT5=c3.*
2' ■-»* Colored y '..•♦os,
K ■ 1 ' ' fever
■ ■ . . . ; •
'•• ■. l'' ••-• !•! h m e.->no into !>■«* d;;rTr>~
■ •. • ■—iaacyvf •
feu .. a . ..o ia any Enj'.Lli dictionary.
AIX) ADDED, A -< ~7
—" c ^Idcal B lotlc^ary
( o r £
efUntoi . • ■ »
* a’n ’ ■*' pi»iufc Man. . J’ronu: . utiua,
*'—• is. :oa oai I ’itfeuch.
Cri-.T THE LATS;7.
1 ON < • ■ f f
X J ot r «* v t.rti ;. ,u i. ..adtif..
"f!T ■ ’* • • « • i.i Sapp!* :ncnt !.: - l««-u tc
. ; , . 1 •
V >T* '* ‘ .”-v 1 ! I'ietior.:-v.of
V */ o.-'.r 9100 '■••mesof' . ii . ...
GET THE LT^T
*j7'S ’ lien ot thn best I>;e tiry < f the Eag
y Id '!•!• I.;o cv.r p:.i■!. 1 • i.
V V!r.: ions t ..*o y been conceded to
ify b; l. • ri:...,i !•< at; o l.orCk n-amy. |
*8 11: 2.1)00, u; r>- ’ times
A as many .,1 iu ai.y other LUctitoary.
r, , pi i
y‘. of 3 Stan , os 1 50 C< ilm-c .’’res ts.
yr’ P> b.K b. _ abor.i 3? COO *' •' t*en
t a ••d j.: .Ti l:e fck-liooL, ; . ilie L' £>.
Cnnly Enclisli Dictionary contain ire » B;j
y i'rtnh.i .: Dictionary,—this git ss t! o
< .ir'4 t I'd Pn>ntiT»ei.it i >n. l uion. Profrst*
•L'J ti.air. I).,ie v f over sV7»»«i pr-'.as.
I'ubliai. d by £. a C. KERR1AIH, Springfield, Ms.
A1S0
■ ■ . : \Zl ....
11a j Pu^** O.ht.-o. Cw Ergrcvingi.
ATTENTION !
I HAVE jti { returned from tint last with mv
J - . nd supply of Fail amt Winter Coods. I
wi.I not • in part prices to convince v->u that I am
•ilinj cheap at the First N’ati< nal It ink lluild
ing. Calicoes. r, c. ; Dress tj.... Is, 11'_., 1_" ,15,
! ** and i c.: lilaek Cashtuerc, all wool. ;>(l c. and
up; White Flannel, 12bj r. and up: It d Flannel
r '.and up; All-Litten Towels, (* c. and up ;
I'anton Flannel, Hr. aid up; Eadii-s’ (leaver
i'i iks, s-'i Hu and ui>: <•' nt-’ Overcoats, JS'2.:'H
m; up: Cents’ Suits, $1. (H» and up: C-miant wg
W.. I,p fount--; the b-t .jualitv Ziplnis
ii.d Split Z- |.l.v lo r;s, ; Cents' (loot*, .Sl.i .
i pair, and up ; Shoes, M* cte. and up.
MMKOU TKl’S.SELL.
Vor s. lbi’J. Ay-if if V > >j.
1
Fashionable Furniture.
V*7 E afc receiving a large Stock of
F CJRKITU11E
of the very latest styles, embracing some very nice
CHAMBER & PARLOR SETTS,
LOOXGFS, CENTRE TABLES, Bl REAL’S,
SIDE-BOARDS, BEDSTEADS, SPRING
BEDS, MATTRESSES, AC,
which have be en purchased direct from the Manu
facturers of Cincinnati and Chicago andwhicti
we can sell
AT BALTIMORE PRICES.
jfEW Fl'RMTTU made to order; old
furniture repaired, and
UPHOLSTERING
done as heretofore by our excellent workman. -
We are the agents for Jefferson County for the
New Patent
METALLIC BlStlAL CASKCT,
the handsomest and most durable casket in u*e,
which can befurnished at a greatly reduced price.
ROSEWOOD and other Wooden Caskets always
on hand. SADLER A BRO.
Aj ill I. 1877—y.
General Fire Insurance Agency.
T> EPRESENTING three of thcleading Cora
ls panics doing business In Jefferson County,
Wist Virginia.
PEA BOD V OF WHEELING/.
C 0 N TIN E N T A L O F N E W YORK.
JJTNA OF HARTFORD,
MO IS E TIIAW 80,000,000.
I AM prepared to write policies on D wellings
and Contents; Store Houses and Contents;
Mills, Factories, and all good insurable property
at lowest current rates. Farm Dwellings a
specialty. I will give m v personal attention to
viewing', tanking diagrams and furnishing such
other needed Information t<» ail parties desiring
to insure. Mv customers will be furnished from
time to time, Blotters, Callendars as well as
priMt'U maiUT, Ml'iWIiip UIV WWH«mwu« v».
Companies in which they arc insured.
1 have given my constant attention to the In
surance business i'or the past ,-i.\ years, and being
so generally known throughout the County, do
not think it nec tary to give references. Car
lies insuring with uie may rest assured th.itthcir
policies will be properly written, and that time
ly no'icc will be given them as to date of expira
tion. Oliice and residence at Charlestown.
Vcrv Respectfully,
‘ It. A. ALEXANDER,
General Insurance Agent.
December 25,1R77—ly.
The .Jollorson Coualy
MUTUA
f7re In x uran re Co.,
OFFERS to the people of Jefferson and sur
rounding Counties Insuiance in a safe Com
pany at the actual co.-t of insurance, which is
much cheaper than the rat-a usually charged,
m d keeps the tnonev at home.
Good risks fr -n responsible parties are invited.
Executive Committee meets every Tuesday.
I)iun troas— V. S. V hito. 1I< nry R. Davenport,
Edward Tearner, John W. hi let. \Y. II. T. Lew
is, Daniel lltl’.l h wer. Win. L. Wilson, l'ngeno
linker, John W. Grantham, James Logie, ( has.
V. Wilson, John ii. ZtUlo, Jacob S. Melvin, Wm.
D. Smith, Woi. A. Morgan.
!V. 8. WHITE, President,
ii. 1J. DAVENPORT, Treasurer.
Hsboi'tivk Cojisiittkb.—Jf. 8. Wldto. Wm. II.
T. Lewis, John W. llfder, Eugene Raker and Wm.
L. W iison.
it. A. ALEXANDER, Kecl’y .C- Gen. Agent.
Local Aoests.—Mlddlewny— Wm. Gilbert;
K, afncvsvllle—J. C. IJitner; Harper’s Ferry—
Chns. E. Trail; Hlwpkopditown—11. C. flntlcr.
November l), 1378—iv.
.: _ _
AGENT FOR O. O. TAYLOR,
^ ^ AS just received n nice Assortment of
Dry Goods, Notions,
v 7 7
llntN, OH OlotTlN,
and will sell as chi ap for CASHor l’UODUCE ns
any onw in town. No old Goods—
a IX NEW AND FUES1I.
Thorn fore they must be cheap.
Combine the choicest cathartic prim iple ;
in medicine, in proportions accurately ad
justed to secure activity, certainty, and
ii ii i f, rin •( v > if . fT it. Tlicv are the result
of years of careful study and practical ex
periment, and are the most effectual rem
edy yet discovered for diseases caused by
derangement of the stomach, liver, ami
howvls, which require prompt and effec
tual treatment. Ayku's Pii.i.s are spe
cially applicable to this class of diseases.
They act directly on the digestive and
assimilative processes, an 1 restore regu
lar healthy action. Their extensive use
by physicians in their practice, and by
ail civilized nations, is one of the many
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and
perfectly reliable purgative medicine,
living compounded of the concentrated
virtues of purely vegetable substances,
they are positively free from calomel or
any injurious properties, and can 1»:
administered to children with perfect
safety.
Ayku’s Pills are an effectual cure for
Constipation or Costiveness, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite,
Foul Stomach anil Breath, Di/./.i
ness. Headache, Loss of Memory,
Numbness, Biliousness, Jaundice,
Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin (
Diseases, Dropsy, Tumors, Worms,
Neuralgia, Folic, Gripes, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Gout, Piles, Disorders of
the Liver, and all other diseases result
ing from a disordered state of the diges
tive apparatus.
As a Dime r Till they have no equal.
While gentle in their action, these
Pills are ih*> most thorough and search
ing rath rtic that, cauls' employed, and
never give pain unless the bowels are in
flamed. amt then their influence is heal
ing. They stimulate the appetite and
digestive organs; they operate to purify
and enrich the blood, and impart re
newed health and vigor to the wliolo
system.
PREPARED BY OR. J. C. AYER &. CO,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
Lowell, Mass'.
SOU) BY ALL HRLGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
King Frost is Coming !
See t • it that tou hare veur annur on! Thu ■
'VLSI KM) HOOT AM) SHOE L.MPOUll M
I- Headquarters
1 < >I{ IJt )<)TS.
A\ ■ have new in Stock for your inspection 50
1 \S!-.S 1 mi pa I US —.Men’s, Bov’s, Youth’s and
l.'hildrvii’s Hoots, at prices unprecedented.
K<»?!•:.- Tie - " Goods have been carefollv se
'••eted in regard to quality, for there is such a
■I'in.' Hi dil v in bont«. Ouraim is t >offer the
!:. -t lin .i}s at prir .• that defy competition. It
...II i•»v" vi.u t > cull and examine our Stock before
Ing .1 ■ .v hero,
uonnrcK, Jiot:r.is & to.
October 11, IsTi).
* m i: f;i:i;i:si:, brand- <fkoaktkd
A HlHl..(:ur».;el>f II. II. COOKE.
GUSTAV BROWN,
BAKF.B AND CONFECTIONER,
nh'SHlES to inform the public tb.it he has just
Restocked his Establishment with a Fine
, Lot of
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
Confectionery
of everv variety.
AlX KINDS of nuts,
Lemons, Ornngeift, ltaislns,
CiiitoiiIs, Citron.
A Fine Assortment of
FAXCi'tl 1‘f.AlN (honce-maiic) OANDIE3,
Sold at liallimore 1‘riccs.
In: Cream Parlors Opened
FOR TIIK SEASON.
Ladies and Gentlemen can now be accommodat
ed at my saloon with tho
Best Ice Cream, Custard & Ices.
Also Weddings, Parties and Families furnished
with
ORNAMENTAL AND OTllETl CASES,
CHE A .1/, ICES AND CONFECTIONz,
on Shot t Notice and on
Reasonable Terms.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage her
i tofore extended to me, and with a determination to
! use in v bestedurts and spare no expenditure to make
i mv house attractive ami to merit a continuance
1 of the patronage of my old customers and to win
■ manv new friends, ’ I am. respectfully,
0U9TAV BROWN.
The Corner Grocery.
A PERFECT BONANZA!!
r EVERYTHING that euriches tho larder for the
pj Christmas festive season can be obtained at
; Bodrick’s SroceryStorc,
MlllKST llo'JSK CottSEH, ClIAHLEUTOtFS.
A very large Stock of the
best a hoc e hies, fruits, candies,
NUTS, MEA TS Ac.,
always on hand, and at very moderate advance
' cost oriees. In addition to tho supply of
citables,.. large and varied assortment of Oooija,
suitable l»r all seasons and for the present Giit
Season.
Cull and see and be assured that our goods nre
fresh, best quality, uud low priced.
J. K. HODIilCiC.
Jan. 1, 1878.
Still Another Reduction
IN TIIK
O. iST. P.
"ATTE are happy to inform our customers and
I the public generally, that we have again
been able to reduce the price o( our Celebrated
StJNFISH PLOWS
so a > to make them within the reach of all. These
Ploughs have been in use long enough to satisfy
tb" most incredulous that they are the only K• -Ii
able Ploughs in this county to stand up to the
I work and to plough the soil will-at all times.—
They are put up of the very best material and
workmanship that this county can afford. We,
however, guarantee every Plough to give satisfac
tion nr no sale. W K1KICK A WMLLLU.
P. H.—C. S. Ilarnhart, at linllield's Depot, is
our authorised Agent to sell our Ploughs in Jef
ferson County, North of B. <t 0. U. U.
Charlestown, Feb. 23, 1*77, W. A W.
House-Painting, Papering, tee.
rpIJK undersigned respectfully Informs the pub
X lie that he will execute promptly, in good
sti le and well,
HUU’SK-l’AIXTINO, PAPERING, 01.AZ1.V0,
Sign Painting a Specialty,
and all thing* pertaining to his avocation, upon
easv term* and reasonable charges. M ill re-\ *r
nlsh Furniture, and for this purpose. If desired,
will go to home* of patrons in tow n or country.
ffll. W. JOHNSON.
Charlestown, November 24 leTT-y.
1)KAS, Beans, Salsify, Cabbage, Lettuce, Pars
nip and all other Seeds in hulk, at
LIGHT A MfTCHF.LL'S.
fJ.MNTS, Oils and (ilass furnished to Contract
or* (responsible ones) rhcti/ier by Light A
itehell than any other house In town. Try (hem
i on price*.
I .NO. LUCAS A CO’S Liquid Paints, Wad
-r? worth's Chemical,Paints and Rubber Paint*
i furnished at factory prices for the inotn-v, bv
LIGHT ,fr MITCHELL.
/ t KVl INK Double Boiled Linp'-'-il.OII and Jno.
■t J F. Lewis' White Lead always on hand.
[IOHT A MITCHKLL tsk - this opp .rtunltv t->
j inform Builders and Contractor*, a* wall a*
I private citizao*. that they are prepared to furnish
‘ any kind of Points and Oil* the* r, quire—either
the pure, unadulterated, or the /\tt- »r Humbugs
that are now on (ho market to so great an extent,
■if.il fi.i nt si tirnfif !• f Hi n#*p ri'iit.
[ May 3, ls7I».
I )UIME WINCHESTER LIME, for White
Washing just in Lli’l’iTT A CO.
March 15, ls7D.
FRUIT HILL NURSERY,
Charloctow'D, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Fruit and Orimnuntal Trues,
Flower and Vegetable
PLANTS,
Slinibbcry^Vc.
ri ill E subset ibers call attention to the great va
Jt riely ot Trees, Plants, Vines, Hoses, Ac., Ac.,
hi their’
Fruit Hill Nunaory,
and are gratified t«> be conscious of havingastock
likely to please all who patro lize them. They
will not undertake to present in this advertise
ment a catalogue of *tock on hand, but will be
content to generalize, hoping iIih: our peoplewill
call and see for themselves that the necessity for
sending abroad for Trees, Shrubbery, d c.,nolun
ger exists. We have
10,04)0 Apple Trees-rl> iec varieties;
.5,04)0 reai I: Trr« s,
Stmt*berry i’iiiifs,
Asparagus Uoots, Green House and lbdding
Plants— Cabbage,Tomato, Egg, Cauliflower and
Sweet P tab*. nil for saie Cheap for Cash.
April 15, ls7G—tf. HOPKINS A CO.
IMIESH Turkish Prunes and canned Tomatoes,
i just received and for sale cheapbv
Feb 10.1 s7f>. DAVID HOWELL.
VLAUGE supply of Fresh Drugs and Patent
Medicines, just received bv
BCTLEU A AISOCITIL
VNICE line of fancy toilet Soaps for sate by
UCTLF.K A AISQUITII.
HA III Dt usher, Combs, Colognes and French
. Extracts. BCTLEU A AISQUITII.
V) l LL Stock of Paper and Envelopes for
sate by BCTLEU A AISQUITII.
IMIESH Spices- a fall tire for rale bv
UUTLEi; A AISQUITII.
|
J ,*T/V \ TO *5000 A YEAR, or £5 to 20 a
O 1 day in your own locality. So
risk. Women do as well as men. Many make
ui4>T0 than the amount stated above. No one can
fail to make money fa^t. Any one can do the work.
You can make from 50cts. t > S'2 an hour by de
voting your evening3 and spare time to the busi
ness. it costs nothing to try the busin- ss. Noth
ing like it for making money ever offered before, i
Business piea.-ant aud strict'/ honorable. Head
er, if you want to kn >wr ail about the b «t paying
business before the public, send us your addri-s
and we will send von full particulars and private
terms free; samples worth $5 alsi fiy— ; you can
then make up your mind lor vourstlf. Address
GEORGE STI NSON A CO., Portland Maine.
Aug. 1G, 1 r»7D—ly.
rpiIE BEST AND CHEAPEST!-150 Gallons
j Lucas* Liquid Paint, all colors, just received I
by BCTLEU it AISQUITII.
\\r INDOW GLASS, all size*, and Puttv, fot
}) rale by BUTLER «f- AI.SQl ltil. |
HENRY DUMM
IS receiving at the “Valley Confectionery,” for
the Holiday season, the choicest and most
| delightful
CONFECTIONS,
embracing Candies of ail kinds, Cakes, .Nuts,
Fruits, Ae., and will supply the public demand at
reasonable rates. His stock
consist of a beautiful and attractive variety, such
as cannot fail to please the little tolks, and charm
all classes, ages aud sexes. A full stock of
RAISINS,
CURRANTS.
CITRON. AND
NUTS OF ALL KINDS.
Citin^d Fruits and Vegetables in variety. Soaps,
and a fuil stock of Tobacco and Cigars.
(5 rocorlos! CirooerlfsII
BAKING MOLASSES,
FINE SYRUI’S,.
FINE SUGARS,
FIXE COFFEES.
and a full assortment of all kinds of CHOC I'll I F.S,
which will be fold cheap for cash or country pro
duce. Call early and avoid the rush, at the old
stand, opposite the Bank of Charlestown.
OYSTERS constantly received, arid sold by the
Pint, Quart or Gallon.
Dec. 10, 1877. IIK.XRY DUMM.
Contractors and Builders,
C A R V E N T F. R S ,
i MERCHANTS, FARMERS,
EVERYBODY.
INTENDING TO HTII-ft UR REMODEL, CAN
save time and money by leaving or sending
I their orders for
sash Door blinds,
BRACKETS, CORNICE, FENCING.
CEILINGS, PALINGS, FLOORING,
MOULDINGS, MANTELS, AC.
OF ALL KINDS, Ac., TO tllE
C II A It L E S T O W N
^.Satisfaction will be given as to price? and
quality of work.
TEintS, REASONABLE.
\Y M. IMIIM.II’S.
May C, 1870—1r. March 3, ^877.—rd.
1*1 a in an<l Onitinienlul
1*1^ A &'V KIJIIVG.
i rp 11K subscriber takes advantage of tbo I'rcn as
i 1 a medium by which to inform the ciiizefc* of
tins and adjoining counties that he is prepared to
undertake flie
PLASTERING Of HOUSES.
in any stylethat may lie desired,fiom one Coaltn
, Haid Finish, White Coat or Heavy Skim.
Cornices and Centres lun, and Ornaments stuck,
! if desired. Xonebut first-class workmen will be
I employed on work tbatumy be entrusted to me.
Cl S'l L U XS < 'KM HX Ttl U AXl) U UAH AX
Tl’KU TO 1101. U.
I hereby tender my grateful acknowledgements
for the liberal patronage I have receive#! since
commencing business, and hope by a strict adhe
rence to duty to merit a continuance of the same.
£3#** All communications addressed to me at
Charlestonn,W. Va..will receive prompt atten
tion C. FRANK fJAU-AHKK.
March 78,1«70.
BARSSR SHOP.
' FTAVIXO romaved my Barber Miw>p to the
II 1 Room formally ossapiod b» me in r-sr of
iho City Hotel, I will b« glad t« see all ut
my old customars and many r.\r one*.
Shaving,
Shampooing,
Hair Dressing,
Arc., &«»., tbnie with noafi <#* nml dispatch.
No loafing wiU be allowed, drunken Linek
; gmirdsjxmif ivoly forbidden income and irf-ru
i»y my gucMa chairs. Tiie alost papers will
re kept for fhe nsu of my cuatomers.
April 8, 1876. JAW EH E. It It A I) Y.
MO 15 B BA IN r
A Good Season lor < 'oni.
VT litn urgent request of the CouneilofChai Ire
»>>wn. I have removed my Harness Establish
| lueiit lor (least.-1, to the lot in the Jail, wlii*-h is
| situated upon t lo- si to of the old Jail, in w hi< li M r.
I John liroivn served a short time. My shop isn'sn
| opposite .Mr. I.eiscnrings Hotel .Stable, where | it
, ties stopping nnd break ing a Ha me-Hi ring can have
; them repaired. With the consent of the Commit
I tec on grounds, work will be despatched with the
U3UHI i# i tiiii 1'irr.v.
JIKN'KY I). MIHDLKKAI FF,
Late of the Market Lease Lot.
August 2”, 1872.
JOHN .J. JOUE,
(Successor to Win. Jobe A Sons,)
.Huiitiructurcr of
Cloths, Cassimcres,
Twoods, HI; vn ket s»
FUnnels, Ac.
Bntcelotrn, Frederick Comity, Virginia.
Post OiUce—Wadcsvilic, Clarke County, Va.
April 24, 1875.
CITY HOTEL,
II. 11. SPKKSI-’i, Proprietor,
ClIAULEETOWN, JEFF. CO., IF. VA.
HAVING leased the “ Owing* House," for
merly known favorably us the **Sappington
Hotel.” the undersigned piopotes to call it the
“CITY HOTEL," uud make accessible to the
public
rit>M !:iss Accommodation*!
ar BEASOXiBI.K It AT t S.
The LOOMS will be well furnished and csre
fullv kept, and the TABLE will be supplied
with Die very choicest viands that can be pro
cured in City and Cointry. The II ir will b<-sup
plied with Choice Liquors, ar.d the Law to be
strictly complied with. No Liquor for sale on
Sunday*. Good order, quiet, comfort, luxurious
tare, and polite and attentive serrants are expect
ed l 'give character and commend the House l>
transient visitor* or permanent guests.
THE LIVERY STABLE is commodious, and
Horses w il! be w ell provided for.
A HACK, lor the accommodation of guests
free of charge, w ill be si the Railroad Station
upon the arrival of trains.
May 4, 1878-y. H. It. 81’EESK.
THE “OLD FAMILY GROCERY”
ALIVE AGAIN!
HAVING purchased the Store and Stock of
Mr. Warren Eby I will continue the same
line < t business at bis old stand. 1 otter a tine
assort meat of
Glim ERIE'S, SVGARS, < ’OFFERS,
TEAS, SPICES, SYR EES, d C.
- Also a largo stock of
WOODEN-WALE, CLOCKELY & SALT. {
I Solicit the patronage of my friend* and the
public, and am satisfied they w ill tind my stock of
prime quality and my prices >erv low.
April 12, 1 >79. ii. II. COOKE.
JUST receir<d-a lot of Canned Goods, such ss
l'cacbes, l'in • Apple, Ho.a Beans, Green
iVas, Tomatoes and Com. Also a lot of Fresh
Salmon and Lobster*, for salehv
April lit, 1879. ' II. II. COOKE.
S''TUEIi Barb Wire for fences—call and get
pamplet* giving full paitieulais of cost, Ac.
HIKE A OALLAIIKK, Agents.
,). !, I and 5 Gallos Water C .dcr-, very cheap,
DUKE A G A U.All EL. :
i Surveying and Conveyancing.
T WILL turret anywhere, promptly ail at
If shot t notice—accuracy go irant-ed.' s,,.cia[
attention paid in connection therewith t > l> t V\V
| NO DKKDS or anv other instrument' »f Writia •.
J’. U.—Charlestown, JeIters >n C W. Va.
Dec. 8, 18*7. S. IIOVVKLL BROWN.
NOTICE.
I TAKE this method to inform mrfri,>r.!* an(j
customers in general, that I have m-, |
my Jewelry establishment t » the room form::/
used bv the “Centennial B'*ok Stare," and .
j door west of Light’s Drug Store, wh -« I wilUn
, all kind* of
WATCH.
CLOCK, AND
JKWKLUV
repairing;
At prices that I defy eompotilion. I will w,tfc
! cheaper than any man in the State ot West Vit.
j ginia, for the same amount of work. Parasol*
Umbrellas, VioRns, Ac., repaired.
June 27, 1874—ly. W. W. BURTON.
lioot and ISlioo 31 a It i u
REPAIRING, AC.
r|TlTE undersigned has removed hi? SI,'p to the
f buildingon tbecorncr of Charlf sard Lib
streets— in the buifding lately occupied bv W. i
rick 4’ Weller. Tbe character«*l tbe workclmn
the subset ihei i.< v ell know i. and a) predated by i!,
citiaen* of Charlestown and vicinity. It I* held •
necessary to add that ho w ill endeavor to siMa'u
hi* reputation a* a reliable work man,.and wii. \.
ecute promptly and at reasonable rat< s all od* • •
given him—either for New work or Repairing
JOHN AVIS ofWn
May lt>. 1874. April 1ft, I>T».
XTni’iiitiii'S) KfDulftMl.
r|>!lK undersigned has opened a tarnR ir" \ -
! 1 pair Shop in the building on corner of San
ne! and Main street*, Charlestown—a few do n.
East of Court House, on same side, lie will I;,.
I pair Furniture in substantial and neat manner «•
■ reasenahle prices, and with |#ouiptilude.
11 ' ■ ; If. T. G.RI SI
WANTED!
FIVE HUNDRED COIU)S
OF
jAxe Handle and Him Wjjoil,
A N I)
10,000 Feet while Oak Uuls.
We will pay 14 to IK Dollars per ranked Cm
I or 25 Hollai * per Cubic Cold in Cadi, it deliver* f
• at our Mill in Charlestown. We have on hand >
| general assortmento[ 11AN DLLS AND RIMS f< r
I sale. , v
l n ir hf.. v f n m\
October 28,1876.
) QNVAI M ’S I’AAAt'KA, Kli*. Ind. liroui. Cal.co.
! n and . cgctlnefor rale bv
i.ltitIT.f MITCH KM..
I 4 KNOLD’S Congli Killer, Morher’a Odrn.sa
: J\ Syi up, Lull's L'ou h Svrup, sold l>v
j I.DsilTa Ml ICISI-.'LL.
KOT1C10,
I U AVI VO erfrh|:li-* ! contracts a bn !
w fc’iei have occupied my >ole attention for
nearly a year past, I am now prepared firr order*
in nil (lie department* of llousu lluilding. Ad
! dress me at t.'tiarlivtow n.
Sept. Hi, 1876. J.V. HOl.MKS
NOTici:.
4 1,1. person* indebted to tin* undcisigr.ed
l 2V former Ag‘ • I of the IS. *f' 0. It. It. Core) «t
j tor Freights, or CoinmUsion*. r.r to ttie late t ;
1 of Starry A Lock, are m •tilled that j-ar»c nt n i
: tor made *t onoe.
July 1A. l-T". J. D. S i lHUY.
J Domestic Woolen Goods.
.' I HATS at ray store (In the Jo<! story *• <1 » i-.s
t J i ate from nit own good*) all the 8"i ds left I ;
; iUtClilK Alr.CAUUFLL, Jr., dei\a»ed, of M*< v i
[ umki , a* htrfl t o|Ft*r fo| the pram ol i»t private # >
{ Th"** to ntil ptreo* and good order nt lilt li t
| r«c, ct price*, and those eatof order ai d Jao.a,. it
• *S ,i.4sbLi! prices.
out#. \>\ r kkaUFi.rv,
r 11**. 11. TA. Uwenh r
* BKHOTAL.
I fT'llS ardrriigard la* rvmwVed MsTIVNIN'S
‘ & AMYA UAKsRVKltf Suthvrtorc.rnixn of Alt*.
kaf |l»<,9n, on >V.rtti iliol. o; i "fi( i like J'»
f konikg* af ra- It. to Chtscfc, S‘ »**S» ubare Ke is
•' prepared hi J > la a r»oft manlike n anne* S' *
i Tfoth a*J Wepalikog. k'romptilu.l* »ml rr»-«*
l at>l* prtaas m» *r*'tauinvdati 'o* which 1 I i
will UdiiVo tliv paMle to *•*. ril tee a fair dm
cf | Mr. nay*. JOll* S. KaH f KKIfAl .
1 (»•»• Ur m. ?87w.
\ J * t! a*n n irr u'S' turlwy t ■ order Chert Hrftig
\\ vmlor*. all »la< *. Onr itefrig. rators ai
nia.fu of good aratotod lumber, fill'd in wnh
chart cal and lintel vj III, In avy rh' ■ t r.ii.r, making
the best Hud cheap*-*! In «h* marker.
Ill KK A OAl.LAIIKH.
!WSII Ground Hi tends la and ll"ui i ;i
4 CeUietit jurl rt Drived .M il for *»h hr
Dl'KK a OAI.LAIIKU.
NIiW LOCATION'
Slut Sititie Hand at iS:c
fjMHB undersigned ha* removed bis
l * I. A CK SMITH AND WAGON MAKING
SHOP
to the lot adjoining bis house. and rn m'v i pp< »i:
fbe Depot of lUe IS. A 0. It. It.. In f bar > tun r .
a here nil perkons in lod <4 any. Iiir.g in l.i hi
can be* arcoarodati-d in rhoit older, work; ti. ■
rule mol nt reashtiablc term*. I ai;'» i"|>
HOKSKS A MI IICOOIKS HJU III UK, and wi •
,i.(ii nt
IIAl’MNd.
Thankful for past favor*, I reaper tfiiJH ►"!
the c minimm , <d my old customer*, a ml ii.»:
tbit public ►> give me ;» ti ial.
X «v. SO, 'Vrt- v. (» EO. W. S I’OTI H.
i
Work*: CbtidUna, I.ancarter County, I'a.
OHice:-S S. Uo»vcrSt., Vurk, I'a.
December 7, 1*7#— ly.
HEW GOODS!
I HAVE received my usual assortment of Sf i u :
OK y HOODS, a l.o H HOC OKIES ASD
(jCEESSWAKE. <i. \\ . T. KKAkSl.EY .
lITHITt and Fancy Matting, Table and 1.
Y \ t>ll Jiofh*, Ac., for I • liv
May 10 <*. W. T. KEAHSLKV.
DitUOTRADK. FALI/7!J.
HITLER AND AISfjl/ITlf,
Druggists & Apothecaries,
DKAI.F.RS IS
Drugs, Paints, Oils,
Clit‘i»ici2fft, 1’iitnil ilti iiu *.
WINDOW-GLASS, VI TTY, SOAPS ASP
P Eli P EMERY,
School RoohH,Sta( ioticrv,
Tobacco unci Cijr.'ifN,
Would rc*pectfu!lr inform their Coitoaxr* nr.d
the I’ublic that they arena* adding largi ly to tie <■
Stock ol all the above mentioned line* of ge -■
and ottering them at pricea to »uit the time*.
Oct. 4, IH7U.
I^ARM, Cow and Sbeep Bella for *ale by
i HORACE BEALL.
rpDRKEY Tail and Wine Feather Dtut-n ( ■
I falcbr DUKE A GALEA HER,
Juue 7, ib7f>. Sole Ag- nU.
.*T0 KEGS Wheeling Naita. just r- Wad bv
DUKE 6 GAhLAilER
nl.kKI N’fJ.—Pot .,nac and North Carolina
Herring for (ale by the barrel, and family
K>m Herring bv the hr. If barrel.
June 11, r7I>. CEO. W. T. KEAKSLE7 •
SPICES, now rcadv for the pWklirg ntt
SVV EET POTATOES, aud STONEWAKE t
ill kind*, for talc by li. H. COOK E.

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