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October 2, tH*4.__ Drmwrntlr t'lntufy Ticket. FOB THE HofSE or DERlM.vTKS, R. PRESTON CHEW, DANIEL II. Ll'CAS FoB SHERIFF, J. OAKLAND HURST. FoB CLERK OF circuit court. T. W LATIMER. FOR CLERK OF COUNTY COURT. THOMAS A. MOORE. FOK ASSESSORS, R A ALEXANDER. District No 1 CHARLES H TRAIL, District No. for fro>i:cutin<; attorney, FORRES! W ItltoWX FUK COUNTY COM MI isloNERs. W 11 T LEWIS Unexpired Term.) JAS LAW 1IOOFF Full Term i FoK COUNTY Ul'KVF.YuR, s. IIOM ELL BROWN A few loads of good wood wanted at this office. We are not joking about this. One Day’s Morse and Cattle Powder to your w», Poatively it will increase the flow »t milk from ten to twenty percent. Price twenty-tire eents per package* of one pound, full weight. Riddle Lancaster, a young man, while spouting a house in Berrvvillc on Friday, fell by the breaking of the scaffold. He was badly injured and it is thought will die. We don’t see why Col. Chew, for instance, may not have ll.ntH* votes. Practically, without opposition and popular—honest miinhV—whv shouldn t he got the whole vote—the 3-*,N> ? On Friday the residence of Craven Coe, in the north-western part ot Frederick county, Virginia, with personal effects, and two hundred bushels ot wheat in out-houses were totally destroyed by an accidental tire. There was no insurance. The Maryland State Fair will be held in Hagerstown. Oct. 21st to 21th inclusive.— The exhibitions of the agricultural associa tion of Washington and Carroll counties, Maryland. Franklin county, Pa., and Jeffer son county, W. Va., will be held in con junction with the above, at the same date. Business Suits. Any grade and quality, at anv price, hut all made in a manner tfiat in sures a good investment and a positive < nstomcr when having of this tirni nothing but good Good* Wm Kahx A Co The Oluis of Fashion, Sadler Building. If 2ot*> demo ratii voters in Jefferson County arc at the polls on the 14th instant, it will assure us twenty-five votes in the next Senatorial, Congressional and State wntions. Surely every democrat must be simulated by the thought oi an influence like that Vote, then, every democrat—and don’t scratch your ticket. \Vuuhr*ttr I.fi'lr is the title of a new paper at Winchester,—the first number of which appeared on Friday last. I". H. ttosorn,—a Pennsylvanian by birth, a West Virginian by adoption, and a present resi dent of Winchester,—is the editor, publisher and proprietor. Republican in politic*. It will die of cholera infantum. It twenty-five hundred democrat* "ill vote on the 14th in-taut, the democratic majority in old Jefferson will be recorded ! What a shout would go up, through out the State. The glad not* s would l>e echoed and re-echoed until all the moun tains aud hilN of West Virginia would join in the joyful acclaim We have the twenty five hundred. Bring ’em out. Fall and Winter Over-coat-, the largc-i as sortment ever shown ranging fmm on up wants at Wm. K \hx ,»«Vs. The King <>f I’lothicr-, Sadh r Building. <If course we would not claim .-o large a vote for lion. 1>. B. Lucas as for Col. Chew -because he has, as a couspieious man in polities, naturally, at some time <»r other aahiaihint* t,. iitlt-n-1 the onno-ition — lor he is not mealy in his expressions; but he l« entitled to the entire democratic vote, besides his abilities ought to induce even some voter* of the opposition to sustain him. We a4k for him a rousing vote. Jefferson County ought to give Mr. Inger, for the State Setiat , a vote that will be Ungerstood to be a high appreciation of his character a- a most excellent citizen one again-t whom the breath of defamation or detraction has uot been exhaled. He holds a high place in the esteem of the people among whom he lives, and this should be our warranty for a rousing endorsement oi him. Our pretty Suit- for the little 01 . - laisi. - liri'SS Suits such fine styb srnrely -<••:. \ *uth - carinent* greatest success ever achiv. I at W* kui.v.t Co. Headquarters for Clothing, Sadler Building. Hon. Geo. M. Beltxhoover made au ex cellent speech before the Cleveland «.V Hen dricks Club in the Court House last lhurs day night. It was a clear, concise state ment of facts as to the delinquencies of the Republican party in the the matter of proper government and just conclusion a^ to the necessity for a ehauge to secure honest ad ministration and consequent general pros perity. He proved to the satisfaction of every listener the utter uptimes* of Mr. blainc for the Presidency m asured by the Jeffersonian standard of honesty and ca pacity. Ikl'KNS tt r*!IC»iKKT have tuc latest in Fall f Milllinery • let. 1. 1*M. The Democrats of the Eastern Pan-Handle will have a grand rally at Martinsburg on the 4th of October. During the day a Mass Electing au l basket pi< ni. will be held on the Fair Grounds; aud at night au illumin ation and torch-light procession will follow. Among th. speakers to he present and take part arc Hou. Thomas f. Bayard ot Dela ware, Hons. W. Pinkney Whyte and Win. Walsh of Maryland. < len Sam. Cary of < >■ 11 ) and the 1 Senators < t this Male Mrs. Martha A. Jett, wife of Mr. Turnei Jett, died of paralysis ;lt her residence neai CVdarviUe, Warren county, recently, aged o*'> years. lion. Jinrton O. Morn*. From the Wyndham «N. Y.) J»ur:-o.l we learn of the death of Hon. Burton 0. Mores —a wealthy and influential citizen of that place—father of Maj. Foster Morss. who married the youngest daughter of the late Jno. B. i’aekett, of this county, several years ago. Hon. Burton (J. Morss at the time of his death was in his 7-'>th year—was, through life au energetic manufacturer and progres sive man. “ He developed the section in which he lived,” says the Journal, “ by building scon's of houses, numerous mills, factories, &c.,and his estate is, to-day, with one exception, tiie owner of every buiiding at Red Falls village.” One mill at Red Falls cost$$0,(XM>. He lost by a single freshet at one time $100,000 worth of property. He leaves an estate comprising tanneries, grist mills,—farms comprising thousnndsof acres; ■ but the best thing he left is a good record— ; a record worthy of emulation : *' kind to the poor, good to the workmen, honest ts a cent, i liberal—as a public servant the soul of , honor itself! As a father, indulgent: as a husband, loving and kind ; as a neighbor and citizen, an exemplar.” Exhibit ton a nil Reception. The Messrs. Updegralf, manufacturers ^ and outfitters announce in our advertising columns that they will hold an exhibition and public reception in their enlarged store | room, on Saturday, October 4th. The room is lfwxdo feet and contains nearly square feet of lb>or space and of itself pre* i serfs a most attractive appearance. Its great dimensions, which are well lighted in every part by means of sidelights ( make it one of the b- st rooms in the county for such a display as the Messrs. Updegralf propose. Un this occasion they will make j an exhibit of everything, men and boys’ wear, ! from the crown of the head to the soles of fininnruifKV fMITlS hotsN 1 and shoes, lor male and female, clothing, i underwear and furnishing. They will also ' make an exhibit of the new styles of ladies' j and misses’ full and winter wraps. The ; Messrs. I*pd eg ruff request us to say that they will make the exhibition equal t<> any simi lar exhibition made by the large stores in ! the great cities. Rcing personally familiar with such exhibitions held in New York 1 and Philadelphia, they feel confident that they will make a creditable display, and one that will repay those who visit it. As the whole outfit is free, we calculate the show will be well patronized by the public, who an cordially invited. The Housewife's Favorite. We will send /V*t for on> Entire \e&r, to every lady who sends us at owe the names j of ten married ladies, at same address, and | l2,two-ct stamps for postage, our handsome, j entertaining and instructive Journal, de- j voted to Fashions, Fancy Work, Decorating, j Cooking and Household matters. Regular price, $1.00. Send to-day, and secure next number. Address. Domestic Juritx.u.. Nunda, N. Y. Oct. 2, ’*4—dm. t Visit to Mt. Hood. We have been handed a Portland 1 < Iregoii1 Daily Telegram wherein is published a graphic and interesting account (too long for our columns of the ascent %>t Mt. Hood by a small party—of whom one is a native of this County, Mr si. W. Lackland. They reached the highest point just as the God of Day -bowed the upper half of his golden countenance above the horizon. I hey r ached the summit in two hours and forty t minutes—a feat not heretofore accomplish- j ed, and to be sure that they attained the i very highest altitude, when upon the very pinacle of the highest peak each tel low jumped up. so that the distinction of knock- j iiur the persimmons -till should be credited | t> the longest pole. From the top of Mt. i H<>od, where everlasting snows abide, they had a grand view nt mountain ranges, and j valleys and rivers—the Columbia river, winding like a serpent (>>r 2’>o miles was [ lainly visible to the point of it- junction with the Snake. Thc\ could distinguish Mt. Raker in Rriti-h Columbia—•''"ii mile* distant. They could discern numerous lakes beneath them glistening in the morn ing <un They found near the peak evi dem >• of the visits of adventurers—some trinket having been left to tell of successful a- 'nts. One of the party had his hands burned >v steam issuing front the crevices id'the rocks. iu the'r journey to the snow I -ak they found Elk in abundance—and Mr. Lackland killed several of them. Ladi**' Medical Journal. V Complete Medical Work fot Women, | h md- >mel v bound in cloth and illustrated. , 1 Us h ov t<* prevent and cure all diseases j • ‘ the sex, by a treatment at home. Worth its weight irt Gold to every lady suffering from any of these disease-. Over lU.uOrt - dd already. Postpaid only "»u cent.*. l‘os Nol or2 • -t-ii'p-. IddiesXuxda I t iu fsHlNii I'm., Nundn. N V. Hcmocratic Speaking. Hon 1 hiniel B. Lucas, Forrest W. Brown, E-; . and lion. Win. H. Travers will de liver public addresses before the 1 bitfields Democratic Club on Saturday evening, I let. 4, a »'• o’clock. The public is cordially in vited to attend. The Duthold-s Silver (.’or- j net Band will be in attendance to enliven the occasion. Mr Simpson, Secretary ot the ( leveland .v Hendricks Club of Martin-burg, request* ; us to announce that the various Democratic i ('lulls of Jefferson are cordially invited to take part in the big demonstration at Mar tin-burg »u the 4th of October. The Card of Mr. Charles Portcrtield is in an >tln r column. His office is on same floor 1 ' with Fi:r.i: Phk— He will practice in all ' th Courts of Jefferson au<l adjoining i aunties, and will give prompt and intelli gent attention to business entrusted to him. We wish him a prosperous career. Fomst W. Brown and others spoke at Kearncysvillo Friday night—had a largy iitliiysiastic audience, they madt “ Mary 1 Beau “ switch hU-hcr petticoats, we reckon, ^ if she-hc happened to be there. The Lexington Express train has been 1 withdrawn. .1 I.nrijr mul Flourishing ItuHtnrSM. Perhaps there is hardiv a firm in Baltimore better or more favorably known than the etni nent Piano \np Ouoan ll«*t'~Eof Messrs. Sav iors A Stayman, located at No. 15 N. Charles Street. The relations they bear to the musical world are necessarily very prominent, representing, as they do, the instruments that are endorsed by all the noted organists, pianists and com pilers of Europe and America. When such names us Wagner, Liszt, Rubinstein. Saint Saens Thomas, Patti, Kellogg, Albani, (leister, Parepa Correno, Bristow, Morgan. Sullivan and limts of other “ Bright. Particular Stars appear as endorsers, purchasers can no longer reasonably hesitate us to what Organ or Piano J to buy. Messrs Sanders & Stayrunn have the i pleasure to represent the Weber and the Fischer Piar.os and the world-l'arnons Estcy Organs, j which are really without« rival In the market, j especially in the all imjmrtant matter of Tutu ! —other makers have in vain tried to imitate it. but have signally failed, and the Estcy Or gan stands triumphantly at the head of all, and is the standard by which musicians measure the merits of other instruments. A few figures in conclusion may be of interest. Messn. J. Estcy A Co. make fifty organs per day, and are by fur the largest manufacturers of organs in the world. Albert Weber turns out from fifty to sixty pianos per week, Fischer Bn>s produce from sixty to seventy pianos per week A ready sale is found fur all these goods, as their reputation is so thoroughly established j that the public have no hesitation whatever in buying them. Parties desiring to purchase a Piano or Organ can do no better tliuii to call upon or address Messrs zanders A Stayman, No. 13 X Charles Street. Baltimore, Md. Notice.—I beg leave to announce that 1 have made arrangements to teach \ oiul and In5tru mental Music in Charlestown. Those wishing to join mv class can find mv terms either by ad dressing Rev. C. N. Campbell, or myself at the residence of Mr. Bruwnoid. MRS AMELIA IIAMAKER JMHKfUD. At the Parsonage M. K. Church, South, in Charlestown on September 25. 15S4. by Rev. J. L Shiplev. ROBERT E. ERWIN and Mrs. CATHARINE THOMPSON—all of Bolivar, this County. i At Elvsville. Md.. on September Joth, UJS4, MAMIE R. WILIAMS of Harper s Ferry, W. Va.. daughter of William and Elizabeth Wil liams, aged 22. years Amid young autumn’s golden mists Thev laid her calmlv down to rest.” L. On the loth ult . ut the home ot Mr Charles v littl j ’'1' I. PH RODNEY TRUSSELL. The circumstances connected with his death are trtilv sad. The dear little fellow was bright and well, playing in the yard with others up to a lew minutes before the sad accident occurred. On missing him, mother and father looked here and there for their dear little boy, little sus pecting the stroke would fall <o heavily upon them. After a vain search of a few minutes. • V. . . .1 : n hm>»i.iMr.l sill •r,*«*ct 1 I (01(1 upon examination, lo! there laid the lost ob ject buried beneath the strangling water—dead! 1 know this was a sad and heavy stroke. I know the pain and sorrow was great. But in the midst of it all, I think 1 hear their Saviour say, I have done it, " Como to Me. and 1 will give you peace.' That is all we can do. go to Christ and tell him all. 'He knows." He proincs comfort. Joseph Rodney was only 1 war. 11 inohtlis and 3 days old. Of such is the kingdom of heaven." He is gone und we are going; And ere thou art aware, the day may be When to those skies he’ll welcome thee." He died before hi< infant soul Had ever burned with wrong desire— Had ever spurned at Heaven's control, Or madlv quenched its sacred lire A Frikno. At the residence of her son, J A. Sheppard, in Roanoke Citv. Ya August 21th. 1881, Mrs. AMOS SHEPPARD, in the 73d year of her age, formerly ol'Jefferson county, \\ \ a.—and was a member of the M. 1! Church, South, for a number of years. _ I5SALV EL : :3S ts:e: ui ?2?s 2Sve:t ?:2 CROUP,BURKS,CUTS Bruises. Sores, Bo:l • Tli f.AT t ST ALL MB301SI4 Executive Committee Meet Inn fhe members of the Democratic Executive Committee of Jefferson Countv are requesteil to meet at the Court-House in Charlestown, on Fripvy. OitotiER, 3i>. 1*84. at 11 o’clock, A. M. A full attendance desired. Jxo. T. COI-STOS, October 2. 1881. t.’hairman. Frederick covkty jiems. From the Winchester X> >r.< : S. H. Hansbrough has sold his house on Was? ington street to John Stephenson for oiHt. The Diell’entlerfer house on Water street, has been sold to John Wilhelm, of Pennsyl vania, for $1,170. Luther Lodgson, auc tioneer. Miss Henrietta March, who has been ill ill-health for some years, died at the home of her father. Mr. Win. March, Inst Friday, in her 41st year. Mrs. Caroline Hibbard, relict of the late E. A. Hibbard, died at her home on Fort Hill, in this place, last Friday. C?he was7t> years ot age, and a lady murk respected. Mr. John llcrehell, died at the old Se« ver-’ farm, near Jordan’s Springs, in this county, on Tuesday, 23d instant. Mr. Ller ehell was a native of England, and for ma ny years was foreman of the Montgomery woolen factory. Miss Eliza Hollingsworth, perhaps the most aged lady in Frederick county, being i*3 years old, died at the residence of the late David Hollingsworth near Winchester la-t Friday, tjhe was an estimable lady, and a member of the Society of Friends. William Keller, on Cedar Creek, had bis barn and stabling destroyed by tire on Sat urday. Loss, 3im> bushels of wheat, 25 bushels of clover seed, hay, wagons, J horses, s hogs, threshing-machine, *kc. Loss about $2,0(io. Insurance small. Hay-lVver. My brother Myron and my self were both cured of Catarrh and Hay l'ever hist July and August by Ely's Cream Balm. Up to Dec. 25. these troubles have not returned -Oabricl Ferris, Spencer, N. Y. Hay-Fever. 1 was afflicted tor twenty years with Hay-Fever. I used Ely’s Cream Balm w ith favorable results, and can recom mend it to all.—Robert W. Townley, (ex Mayor Elizabeth, N. J. J OWIN' Kid Olaic-at Burns Shugirt?— every j>air warranted. Oct. 2, 1SH4. A special convocation of Jefferson Chap ter, No. 2, R. A. M. will be held on Mon day evening next, October lith. A full at tendance requested. The lady friend- of the Citizen-’ li’e Company will give dinners and suppers for ; three days, beginning October Hth, fur the benefit of said company. Mr. .Samuel Farmer on Satur-lgy caught two Bass ii, the Silu'iwniluab river which weighed five and four pounds each. Wc understand the handle factory of the M Mossclman c - i perati on Monday. A change ol base is content plated. 1 SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS FOR LADIES. Rich and Beautiful Selections. THE IjADIEST STORE OF MRS. C. F. THOMAS, Main Stuekt, Oharumtowx. MILLINERY & JFANCY ROODS. MRS THOMAS has received, and is receiv ing. her SPRING and SUMMER STOCK, and invites the attention of the Ladies. To beautiful Millinery. Ladies’ Underwear. Em broidery. Notions, Ac., she has added a superb «tock of HOSIERY and GLO\ ES. THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is complete—containing the newest things in its line Trimming executed promptly and ac cording to the latest fashion reports. STAMP ING PINKING and CREPE CLEANING—the latter a specialty—done at short notice. The ladies are invited to call an J examine. April 17,1884 VharleatouK Academy. rr\UE undersigned having been electedhy the X Board of Trustees principal of the CharleS Academy, will re-open this institution on ~>'J trmbt r ird. A full English, Classical and Mathematical course will be taught. Instruction will also be given in French and German A comi«“tcnt assistant will be emyloyed. Accommodations have been secured for boarders, where they will be under the special charge of the Principal. For terms apply to the undersigned until Au gust 15th at Charlottesville, Va., after that date at Charlestown. W. Vu. EDMUNDRTAYLOR Mr. Taylor bus been selected by the Board of Trustees of the Academy for the ensuing year as Principal, and I cordially recommend him to the former patrons of this institution. HENRY B. DAVENPORT, Pres't Board of Trustees. July 81,1884—tf. The Circus Came to Town AND LEFT ALL RIGHT, The Big Ox was Roasted and Eaten up. And the *• Metropolitan' is still selling the Cheapest Goods in Town, and will continue to sell Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest. Black and Navv Blue Jerseys, Braided and Plain. T1IF. CHEA1T..<T .IN/’ ‘BE<T >'//"/>’ IS T<> H A. Window Linen Blinds—all complete. A new lot of Hamburg Edge and Insertion. The Cheapest job lot of LADIES’ FANCY AND Mourning Handkerchiefs. to be found anywhere. Men and Boys’ Felt Huts, very low. HASSOCKS <50 CENTS Table and Floor Oil Cloths Cheaper than any House in the County. Many other Goods just in from Auction and will be sold very Cheap. Metropolitan, GEO. W TAYLOR, Managku, Shugart Building, Charlestown. September 11, 1H#4. save ttie expense of BUILDING A BRICK CHIMNEY. MV .'S-CO i$*5 m, WHS ■ lil lil !!% nhv4 litlH-i rzrson.l for descriptive . ir- C“ = e fz rnlar with fall inl«>rinnti"»i ~• z.V'-jz— zjh CHAS. H. TORSCH A CO. C. Z. C«. Tnn oil Charle; rALTEfCSE. SIIKNAN1 >()AH VALLKY. AGRICULTURAL FAIR, AT WlSnlKSTKR, VA„ • OCTOBER 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th, 1884. SPECIAL FKA Tl Kl> I HI." 1 I'.AU. A Grand Trades Display, representing all the industries of the Volley. The Washington Light Infantry Corps and the Murine Band. Herd Sweepstakes for Beef and Dairy Cattle —$:M0 and $lm respectively as-uring the best Cattle Show ever given in the Valley, Saddle llorse Show—in eoinjtetition for the Lewi- $100 < 'up and t ash premium. Herd of Imported Tolled Angus Aberdeen Cattle, owned by W. 11. " hitridge. Esq., ol Baltimore, Md. Bicycle Hare, Ladies Horsemanship, ari l many other attractions, for particulars of which See the catalogue. Address the President, II. L. 1>. Lewis, Bcr ryville, Clarke county, Va . or the Secretary, E. O. Hollis, Winchester, Va. State ol’WcHt Virtfinia : In the County Court of Jefferson, set August Term last. At a term of said Court beginning and held the 4th day of August, 18*4; Ordered that John Selden's Petition to erect agate on a Pub lic Koad. t»e published and laid over to No vember Term. T. A. MOORE, Sept. 18, 18*4—.'it. Clerk of County Court. Sprintf & Summer Goods AT Eliae E. Rohrer’e Merchant Tailoring Store, in tht Ro>nn of Mr. Talbott. I HEREBY notify tiic good People of Charles town and the Public, also, that all will lind it to their advantage to look at my goo*is be fore purchasing abroad. I have on hand a tine lot of samples from some of the leading houses of New York A Philadelphia. .\ll garments made in the latent style a ltd in workmanlike manner. I will say with confidence that all orders for garments will be tilled to the entire satisfaction of whoever may favor me with a call. 'Cutting made a Specialty. Ucspectfullv, ' ELIAS E. DOURER. Mi.rchifA 1**1 Dakota illustrated. A 12-page paper descriptive of the Northwest ami Far West and a County Map of Dakota sent f'-'-e for 2-ccnt stamp. Send your address to A.V. 11-CARPENTER. General Passenger Agent Milwaukee. September 1*84—4t. “NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS ” i Energy, Etperiencc and Hard Cash Win onee m in-. THE HBAITO SUCCESS OF THF SEASON. Opening of onr surprisingly I. . ed and very Complete New ^toek of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing A-ISTD Bents’ Furnishing Boods. Prices Unequaled! Styles Unsurpassed! AS808TMENT THE BEST t Very Respectfully, 1 WM. KAHN & CO., August 28, JnS-1. The Leading Clothiers, ."taller Building, Charlestown, W. Va. I JOSEPH M. BLAIR, IMPORTER ANT I'EAi.er in FINE TEAS AND FANCY GROCERIES, 803 MAIN STREET PACE BLOCK I, RICHMOND, VA. SAMPLES AND PRICES C.IVEN UPON APPLICATION'. ** iJMaupin’h Mniientity School. KLK’OTT (TTY, MARYLANP Situation healthy. Instruction thorough. SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER Id. Circulars sent upon application. CHAPMAN MAI*PIN, M. A.. Principal. August Ji l*e; —2m PlBI.it S+1LE ok valuable real estate Near Unionville, Jeilcrsnn County. Wist Va , BY' virtue of a decree of the Cir< nit Court of Jefferson County, W. Va., rendered on the ;s»th day of May, I8*l, in the chancery cause of William M. Pet k, against Edward < Peek \ others, the undersigned, Spot ial Commissioner, will offer at public -ale in front of the Court House at Charlestown, West Virginia, on the :tnl day of Ix t'ibrr, 1**1. 'It ] 1 < ’dart, .1 .V., the following valuable Real Estate belonging to the estate of Frederick P. Peek, deceased,— THE HOUSE AND LOT formerly occupied by Frederick P. Deck, near Unionville. Said lot consists of about < >oc A cre—has ori it a twn-*torv Frame Dwelling, a Blacksmith and Wagon Maker’s Shop, and Sta ble. TERMS OF SALE—One-third Cash residue in equal pavmentsof nine and eighteen months, , with interest on deferred payments from day of sale. CLEON MOORE, Special Commissioner. James X. (iallahcr, Auctioneer. I. F. P. Lynch. Clerk of said Court, do here by certify that said Commissioner has execu ted bond before me with approved security.— Given under mv hand this :trd day of Septem ber, 1**1. Teste F. P. LY'SCH, Clerk Cir. t’f. September 4, 1881. Free Pr*--»» fee **.40 Head! Head! OFFK'K OF TIIK SlIKJi ANIxi VlI AliKKTI.Tl' UAL SOCIETY. Wim HGSTF.u, Va. Aug. 8th, 1883. Mnj. H. L. 1). Lewis, President Shenandoah Valley Agricultural Society, ]H*ar Sir —In compliance w ith your request, * ; 1 have the following report to make in regard to the Standard Hone Phosphate, donated to ! the Society, by Messrs. Frazer and Bishop of Martin-burg, \V. Va., and purchased by me. In consequence of late sowing, the teat wa possibly not a fair one, but I could see* no dif ference between Frazer \ Bishop’s goods and higher priced fertilizers, sowed side by side, on same quality of land, ami under the circum stances, 1 was well pleased with the result. Very Respectfully, Jons Gl\i/x. A true copy, K. G. IIoLl.is, See’y. (iur Standard Animal Bone Fertiliser i* equal to any at any price Yor grain, au*l Superior f**r Grass. If you have never used it, try it and you will have no other. It does not injure ! the land. Foi sale by Octzcndanner .V Baker i and ('apt. Eugene Baker. FRAZER A BISHOP. June 1!*, 18S4 —'till Oct. 1st. Liquors and Wines. | A LARGE St<K-k ot Strictly Pure ami Old LIQUORS AND WINES I on hand and in transit. Specialbramls for faui i ily and medicinal use. Price, as low, consider | ing quality, a« can be ofTereil by any house in ' the Stutr. We diract attention to the following superior brands: ZEIGLKU RYE WHISKEY. MoNTICELLO RYE WHISKEY, HAN'NISVILLK WHISKEY, Al'Gl STA RYE WHISKEY, i 4ml all classes of Home made goods,— Apple, Peach and Other Brandies. 7<r* Jtclirtrrd I'rcc of Kx/irm < 'httryes.'IH P.MIRPHY. Winchester—opj*osite Baker's Steam Mill. May IS*. 1884—ton. 1)IlOTOGRAPH Albums, nice assortment, also Picture Frames, just received. August 21, 1881. AISgriTH A CO. (A I'M Band*, for fmit jar—for *alc by J I>. EBY. SCHOOL BOOKS.—We have received a full line of School Books Slater, School Bags Ac. 1 j^pt. 4. AIS^CITH A CO. How Lost, How Restored! Just published, u new edition of Dr Culver well’s ('••lebruted Essay on the itidi<nl nin of riperinutorrhoa «,r Seminal weukncs Involun tary Seminal Losses, Impotent)-, Mental and Physical IneapiM ity Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also Consumption. Epilepsy and Fits, in duced by self-indulgence, or sexual extrava gum c, .Sc. The eelchratcd author, in this admirable es >uy, clearly demonstrates from u thirty year*’ successful practice, that the alarming con«o I uencesof self-abuse may lx- radically cured; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, cer tain and effectual, by means of which every sutlerer, no matter what his condition maybe may cure himself cheaply, privatelv and mH> * ally. Tiiis Lciturc should !>*■ in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. i'erit under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address. on receipt of four ends, or two postage stamps. Address THE (TLVKRWELL MEDICAL Co., II Ann St., New York, X. Y., P O. Jinx October 11 ’83— ly.smpaco. MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS, T. M. Turner, MARTIN8BURG, W.VA. Munnfa< turer und Dealer in the l>cst iTALIAB ill AUEUICAN MAflBLE. MONUMENTS, T0MB8, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, I solicit order* fr->m Berkeley. Jefferson and adjacent Countie*. 1 guarantee work to be ex rented in a *ati*f:u tory manner and at prices a* low and lower than any other .Marble works in the Valley. August 21, 1**4 BUILDING CONTRACTS. rpm-; undersigned, a BUILDER and COS* X TRACTOR dean'res to inform tl» Citisens f Jefferson ('oiinty and tin- < oiiimnnitv gi ncr ally that he is prepared to und<*rtake all kinds of Building Contracts, viz HOUSE BUILDING. BARNS, BRIDGES'. *<\ AlsofurnUh draft or *ketchc- at short notice, with estimate.*. An experience of ten year* warrant* me in saving that lean please a Building Community; and refer tin |»eople of JcfTcr-oii to my patron* in tlii* and my native County of Clarke. Con* teniplating a j* nnancnt home in Jetferrun County, at Summit Point, I Imp. thus to iden tify with, and make myself known to, her peo ple, and ask a share of their patronage, Respectfully, Feb. 7,1**4—tf. P. It PULLIAM. Il'ST reeieyed a full line of I>r M. A. Sim mon'.* Liver Regulator The Or.-tit .Mex ican Female Remedy. " Chillarine” for Chills, Fever and Neuralgia. Teethina, the great rem edy for Hummer complaints. Cholera Infantum, Ac., in Children, also excellent for teething Children. * ircaaimr. Cream for removing pimples, freckles, sunhum, ringworm, A< Large supply of Pure Paris Green and Lon don purple, Persian Insect Powder, Bla< k Flag Insect Powder, Fly Paper, Ac., at I»r. CIIAH K. PRATTS Drug Store, Main St. Cor Sale Cheap! SASH, lH)ORS AND SHUTTERS, and large Oak Timbe r* from old Methodi-t Parsonage. Apply to HCILDINO COMMITTEE. September 4. I**4. JCHT rwe'd, a beautiful a*»ortment of Easter and Birthday Cards from the most noted manufacturer*, sm h as Tuck, I>« La Kiif, Ai-., which we are selling lower tbun last ><-ur. Come and see oiir selection*. March 27. 1**4. Dr. C. E. PRATT. j liar her Shop. rPHE Barber Shop one door West of "Carter X House” ha* been refitted and handsomely fumbhed with improved Chain, Ac., and will 1*» conducted by Samuel Brown. Customers are assured of cleanliness in all the ap|*>int- , ment*. and comfortable, prompt and courteous attention. SAMUEL BROWN, August 2*. 1**4 CULVER SPOON BAKING P«»WDER With ^ every box of Baking Powder a hambome piece of Silver-plated Ware given a wav at ' Sept. 4. C.D.fcBY’S. j THE PUBLIC Are Invited To Head V7 ANNOUNCEMENT. I AM making more ettcnsive preparation* than ever before. For the coming season 1 have ma<lo very large pnrrhanc* of Boot* ar.d Shoes fMm the Massarnu.«cttt Factories at a much lower price than the same <nn be bought from second hands I will he enabled to retail ut jobbers prices. I have plac'd antHher large order for Zclfier'* Fine Shoe*, nil to be delivered by September 1st. in ord*r to give ample time for examination before the season commences to buy. CLOTHIXC, HATS, UNDERWEAR, AC., will l>c on lime, and full quantity. All Sum mer Goods will be sold off at a great SocrilW A lot of Pine Lumber and Locust Post! for sale. WANTED-A good Journeyman Shoemaker. IN my recent purchase of Eastern Hoot* und Shf»es. in order to obtain the lowest price* I had to buy a very large quantity, 1 therefore need every In< h of nom in my storv, and will male a great slaughter of prices on summer goods Look at our Middle*** Mu* Flannel Suits at$tMk>. Do not fail to buy a campaign t.ine, only i’3 cents. Aug. 7, Insl OKO. H HAOI.KY Lumber, Shingles, Wood, FOR SJLE. TilK undersigned having purvhafc-d unui tensive piece of Timber witbin ;.'i mibs o' Sjhcpherdstown, will have for sale 100,000 Feet of (>ak Lumber. 100,00() Oak Shingles, 1,000 Cords of Oak Wood, on the ground or delivered upon good term*. LABORERS WANTED. We aunt laborers to cut the Wi n«1 and make the Shinglns, which will he taken up und Jwld for every Saturday. FRAZIER A GUl-STliX (liarlartown. NOTICE I I TAKE this method of Informing the public I thut 1 have taken charge of the Carter JiuQ t Stables, where I intend keeping a First-Class LIVERY, SALE AND EXCHANGE STABLE. Stylish Teams furnished at reasonahle rates.— Special attention giicu t>> Horses on Uvery I urn also agent for Jlt'GOiHd AND C'.Vlt R1A0ES, of the best manufacture. Any on*' in want ot a nleo Buggy or Carriage, would do well by calling an*l «",nrnlnlngmy st«*k before pnn hasing elsewhere I will pay special attention t<* Aitctlonoorlnjf. I laving had < on«id**rnblo experiems* In the bus* in* s, 1 feel confident 1 * an give satisfaction to uny one who may need my •mice*. ,\)I 1 w*k is to give me a fair trull. Very respectfully. May *, lh.sl—urn. C. K. LAMAR Prepared Coke. 1IIAVE a rtmk of Frc|>ur<.d Coke f..r Sum merfnel It is a popular fuel for Summer us*-, free from dn-t, and free burning fry it June 12. 1**1 R. C WASHINGTON. LOOK! LOOK t tt LOSING *>uf Sole of I’rv U*«di arid So ) tions, toiiiukeroom lor rail Good*. EVEliY mINGMARKEI > DOWN. Calico 5 and Me .Funner prions 7 aud » Gingham ft Mud M* .. " * ami Jo*. Foulard . “ “ I"*. Skirtings 11* .. " IV. Shirting.•*», 7, s. arid ll« . Cnttonad* sl2,15and 1* . form* rprkell, A>.25. I’rilling > and J• *• Former price l'J and 1 »’* Croton *4 mid 12c “ " 12ahd2t* Chumhrey 1<»* . " *’ J2*. Tickings.II. I* and 22* • 1”-1 Kleui h*sl Sheeting I 10-1 Brown Marked Down 5-4 Bl Pillow Cute Cotton. J NOTION S. *1.»»» Corsets Redu*< l to.. is* . 75*'. “ " **.*»V. 50e. “ “ “ .45*. Jersey Lish Gloves H< dm. <1 from 25 to Ji* Ladies' Col. “ ” “ J’ ” I V Gents’ Linen Collars “ " 1ft “ 1’* • if Inch Shears, only .*• p*'r pair. Gents' Siis|x>n*l< rs, only......J* Fans, only ..1* apiece. Julies' and Gents' Hosiery ir» endless variety. White CounP-rpaxte at Keduc* d Trn *'. White0o***|s* und 1’)* ..former pri "'12 and IV . Cjmc one, come all and give m< a call, ai I want to close them out before full. Respectfully, C I). EIIY Kir'! July 21,1WI._ \rE.VST Powder, <»nly 1c per Ix.x - at c. J) KBY’d. July 24. tM _ \1T K have the following fashionable color* V? in Note pit|M-r, with Square Envelope* to 'iiit Turquoise, Silver-Gray, Rose, Tern* t'ot ta, Crushed Strawls-rry and Hei* Shell. Also 1 tagged Edge Note I'nier. AIStjUTH A<’o. Horne Ha ken Hetotr Cont. HAVING a few good Jlor?*- ltal«s oil liihl left over froiu th. shn k of the lat* firm of Ligpitl \ Co., nnd not l«eitijr in Ike itnbls rnenf fiusincr-r. I will sell them for IrM than curt. H. WASHINGTON. June 12. 1**1. CUAMOIH HK1NM. (VK which we hav* a lure am! x le*t *to< k— " ranging in price fr >m It to 75 .‘vtiU apm* r. Al*<> a ni< e vto<k of carriage and bathing *t* >ng«e May 2», 1**1 AlfWjl 1TH A fij. \IfE have ju»t received a nice a«*ort incut of W Note l'nl^-r Tablets, ruled and of f..od quality—3 Kyles, to sell at lu vents each. Call and you will be -urj-nvd at the elegant bargains June lu. 1**4 AlJHjl’ITH A Co. HKWIlfG MACIUNEH. THK " HOUSEHOLD" U claimni to K tL. l*-t Sewing Machirr: in the world. If you think of buying a.* .1-* (-k— un til von have examined tlx- " Household " t•! salebv GEO. W. T. KKAKHLEY. July 12, l**3. SPICES, pure and fresh all x*rts, also Olive oil ami Sealing Wax. jinn rov'd AUKfl lTH A Co. WVttf Virginia tnirernity. Kali Term Ugia« September 1**4 ; Win ter Term. Novemlicr 2bth. und Spring Turai, March lltii, 1*<». Instruction in the usual .Sri,,»/»*«•, l.ittnvymud 1‘rif'lt'vMtl v-A«ob. TUITIO RREE for one student (over fifteen yean* of agvt from each county for « very 5m of imputation. For catalogm - or further information a*Ufmaa the Chairman, or Secretary of the Fa. ulty. MORGANTOWN. W. VA. August 14, |HW—Jni, • Carpeting. V LARGE lot of our own manufaeiura t.r sal. JNO. J. JOME, May 2!t. 1**4. Jefferson Woolen Mill*. KTAMIflK. ANKW material for thin Curtains, just rav'd ami for sale by June 12, tH GEO. W. T. KEAKSI.EY.