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'ISro ftantferous Seasons*
ipriag ami fall are times wheu so many
pwwpla get sick. The changes in the weather
ar* sersre on fet-ole persons, and even those
aatarally strong are apt. as they say, " to
V« fowling miserable.” then they are ju-t j
iu’ewndition to be «tnu k down with some
kiad ot fever. A l»ottle or two ot Parker s
Twole williinrigorate the digestion, put the
liver, kid arts and blood in perfect order,
tad prevent more serious attacks. W hy
•affer, and perhaps die, wheu so simple a
medicine will *ave you? Good tor both
min and-ail ages.
“ Mu. 1* it wicked to play marbles for
keepN?”
11 Yee, my son ; it i» very wicked.
•* Willie Grim wanted me to play; but 1
wouldn’t.”
“ Thgt a right. I am proud that you had
Ik* courage to refuse.”
“ 1 told him it was wicked t»nd led to gam
bling, and he called me a booby.”
** Well, never mind.”
“Ob, Idou’t. I matched pennies with
him and came out seven cents ahead.
First Lawyer—“ Hello, Smith, what do
you keep that dog for?
Second Lawyer—“He’s a bird dog, sir.”
First Lawyer—“ What of it?"
Second Lawyer—*’ I get some fine points
from him.”
“ You say you ate a <juart of raw oysters
at one time? Oh, Pshaw! you couldn’t do
it, Patrick.” “iiisther Robert, I’ve not
exaggerated at all. I ate a whole quart,
•or. but at the sume time I’ll acknowledge
that the oysters wur schmall ones.”
It ia vouched fir that a Michigan editor
oa discovering a tire rushed out into the
•traet shouting: “Conflagration! Conflag
ration!!! Approximate hither with the im
plement* of deluge and extinguish this com
bustion.”
My son, when the buaning eloquence of
love ia rolling ofl your tongue like rain from
a newly-ahingled roof, don’t be discouraged
If your girl begins to parley with you. Re
member that in love, a* in war, a fortress
that parleys is half taken.
Yonng msn in looking for a wife look for
aa economical one. The girl who in this
•art wf weather wont let you hug her until
§he has taken off her collar and thus saved
It from being massed is the one who shew-;
practical economy.
♦ %
Yhero are two kinds of curiosity. < >ue a
risos from interest, which makes us desire to
loam what will be uaeful to us; the other
froia pride, which maker us desirous to
know what other* are ignorant of— Rochc
foucalt.
“ Mother, did George Washington sleep
•tandiag ?”
" What a curioua question, my child !
Why do you ark it?”
H Because he wa* never known to lie.”
Mr. Twynaa of Winchester, Eng., asserts
that a single grain ot wheat has produced
19 oar* containing in all 2,8ou grains and
that 8 of tho largest of the ears had respec
tively 1^4, 103 and 101 graius.
♦ *
Ft. Peter's (P. E.) church at Westchester,
N. Y., lately observed the centennial ol
Bishop Seabury » consecration. He was
Its first pastor and the first American pre
late installed after tho independence.
Whan a yonng man walks w ith a girl as
though he is afraid some one would see him
tha girl is his sitter. If he walk* so close to
her ar to nearly crowd her against the fence
•he is some one else'* sister.
A man out west who offered bail for a
friend was asked by the judge if he had any
Incumbrance on his farm “ Oh yes,” said
h% “ my old woman.”
" We must draw the line somewhere,” re
marked the washerwoman on Monday morn
ing. “ and I guess the back yard is the best
place."
•Taps, what is magnetism?” “It is a
thing my son, that carries a Republican
Mate for a Republican caudidnlate by a re
duced majority.”
An exchange asks: “Will Blaine take
the stump?" We can't say, but we know
that the Democratic candidate will take the
first pull at the Presidential cigar.
Women, says an observant authority, kiss
eaeh other—not because they like it. but
*o make men mad at the reckless waste ol
raw material that is going on.
A Pennsylvania oil king who has made
a fortune in the last three years is advertis
ing for a wife. Very probably he demands
that the lady shall be “ refined.”
Capt. W. B. Chew, the veteran B. A O.
conductor, has been promptly acquitted ol
the charge of a trifling embezzlement pre
ferred against him.
Richard Harrington, assistant l’. ?>. dis
trict attorney at Washington under Grant,
aud later Siecretar) of the District Colum
bia territorial government, is dead.
The Spriuger House committee hare re
ported that none of the charge# against U.
9. Marshal Atkinson of W. Va. have been
austalncd.
Thic Is the time of rear when the pretty
picnic girl with the trim ankle and ncal
boots calls “ Bnakes."
Envelops are now made aud sold foi
thirty cent* a thousand. They once cosl
fir*cents apiece.
When you go fishing go where the mos
quitoes are the thickest. You’ll never bi
troubled to get a bite.
“Called back" is the title of a new melo
drama. It is probably a sequel to “ For
got to pay for his drink.”
Henry Jones was »h>t and killed by hi
brether James in Mecklenburg county, Va.,
last week. “ Didn’t know it was loaded.”
Several colored men—non-residents—
were arrested on Tuesday for attemptiug to
rote.
Harper’s Ferry & Valley Branch!
11. iV O. 14. 14.
WKST BOUND THAI NS.
212 2M 210 2M> 220
Stations. t■ *•'*■ M •*. M- r-M' P M’
Harper’s Ferry- 10 30 JJ * %
Halltowu— 1" 13 II 18 ■ I
Charlotown— 10 51 11 35
Aldridge— ....
Summit l’oiut—le. U os 11 o- *
Stephenson's—le. 11 27 1’- 11 ;
Winchester— 11 41 1'- * '
Stephens City— U 57 1- i*.m.
Middletown— 12 07 12 S3
Straaburg— 12 28 1 l‘>
Mt. Jackson— 1 27 2 30
New Market— l 45 2 4*>
Harrisonburg— 2 30 3 34
Staunton— 3 27 4 35
Islington— 5 23
\ >; !• f ■ r.W.
No. 212 daily. All other trains daily except j
Sunday.
IIASr BOUND TRAINS.
2l'.» 287 285 231 203
Stations. a. m. M. a. m. a. m. v m.
Lexington—le 3 03 S 02
Staunton—le. J 9H 1??,
Harrisonbuig— le. ‘ }*T~
New Market— 8 80 1-10
Mt. Jaekaou—le. * oO 1-29
Middletown
Stephens City—le. It 2® -
Winchester—le. 5 50 J® fi 1
Stepheusoti s— 5 58 10 o< - 4'
.. 1 . t. i! r, 11 17 3 111
Aldridge— . .
(Charlestown— 0 25C H y •;*
Halltown— G 3s 5} 44 3 4
Harper's Ferry— 6 .">0 11 ’ v
A. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. A.M.
No 203 runs daily. All other trains daily ex
cept Sunday.
W. M. CLEMENTS,
Master ct' Transportation, Camden Station.
July 17, 1S>4.
Change of L ime
GOVERNING MOVEMENT OF TRAINS ON j
SlIENANUOAII V AI.EEY U. H.
Tiki . : J ‘ M 188*.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No S No. 1 A< < OH.
A. M. V-SI. No. 7
Hagerstown— 8 07> 2 23 5 30
St. James 3 t« - 40 '* 3<
3 38 2 47 ;
Shepherdstown s II 3 07 i.M. j
shen. Junction 9 00 3 22
Charlestown 9 1-’ 3 .’55
Wheatland 9 21 3 44
Fairfield F. 9 30 3 34
Berryville 9 39 I 1*3
Bovceville 9 24 4 IS
White Post 10 02 4 27
Riverton 10 25 4 52
Front Koval 1" 32 4 59
Luray—Ar.f 1135 G 05
Luray—Le. 11 .>5 G 25
Milnes 12 33 7 15
Elkton — 58 7 23 :
Port Republic 1 30 s 02
Wavnesooro’ r. x 2 05 3 oS
Roan->ke 5 45 12 15
A M. P. M.
Pullman Sleeper daily, ou Express No.3. New
York to Chattanooga \ Harrisburg, count - ting
at R «ndn with Pullman Sleeper for New_Or
kans. ua Knoxville and Atlanta, and at Pal
tun with Pullman Sleeper t'*»r Jacksonville,
making virtually no change New York to
Florida, and New York tit New Orleans.
CONNECTIONS.
At Hagerstown, Md., with the Western Mary
land Railroad to and from Baltimore, Frederick
Emmittsburg, Gtfijnbtttg, Pen mar, Waynes
boro, Pa., and points on Western Maryland
Railroad and its branches.
With Cumberland Valley Railroad to A from
Harrisburg, Carlisle. Shippensburg, Chatubers
burg. Merccrsbunr. Martinsburg, and points on
the Cumberland Valley Railroad atul branches.
Also to and from Pittsburg atul the West and
Northwest, and Boston, New York. Philadel
ind North and Bui
At Shenandoah Junction. \\ \ a., with Main
Line of Baltimore and Ohio tound from Wash
ington.
At Riverton. Va., with Manassas Branch ot
Virginia Midland Railway.
At Wavnesboro Junction, Va., with Chesa
j»eakc and Ohio Railway to nml from Green
brier White Sulphur Springs and Richmond.
At Loch Laird, with Lexington Brunch of
Richmond and Alleghany Railroad.
At Natural Bridge, with Main Line of Rich
mond and Alleghany Railroad.
At Roanoke, with Norfolk and Western Rail
road.
STAGE CONNECTIONS.
\t Riverside, for Lexington, Va.
At Boyce Station, for Millwood aud Winches
ter, Virginia.
ntATXS GOING NOB i n.
No. 2 No. 4 A
I*. M. A. M.
Roanoke 11 45 11 50
Waynesboro* Junction 3 04 m3 os
Port Republic 3 37 3 43
Elkton 4 08 4 14
Milnes 4 3r> 4 32
Luray—Ar. a. m 5 20 J3 14 :
Luray—Le. 5 22 5 34
front Koval «» -•> « >>< r.».
Iliverton t> 29 it 43
White Post t> 32 7 07 :
Boyeeville 7 00 7 13
Berrvvill® 7 13^ 7 2*
Fairfield F. 7 22 7 37 ,
Wheatland 7 32 7 40
Charlestown 7 4o 7 35
Shen. Junetiou 7 52' 8 07
Shephervlstown 8 07 8 21 i 7 00
Antietam 8 13 8 27 <13
r*t. James 8 33 8 47
Hagerstown—At. 8 43 9 uO 8 20
AM. PM. AM
{Breakfast. ‘Dinner. {Supper.
Pullman Sleeper, daily, on Express No. f.
from Chatta’ga to New York (without dump)
connecting with Pullman Sleeper from New
Orleans to Washington, making virtually a
through line of Sleepers firom New Orleans t<>
New York, via Roanoke and Harrisburg;
15»> pounds of baggage chocked free to each
whole ticket. 1.000 mile ticket? $2.5.01.*; 300
mite tickets#15.00.
J<>? H. Svsds. A Pore.
Gr\( l Superintendent, Got. Aflf.
Ro.vsoke. Va. Rovsora.
Auk.v III ll. Pass. Agt.. Roanoke.
NEW (jotujpt.
I AM in receipt of mv supply of Spring an<l
. Summer Good?, which I am selling at popu
lar pr GEO. W !' KEAR8LEY.
C< )TTONS.
1>LAIN and Twilled Sheetings, 3-4. 7-4, and
. 10-4 Bleached and Brown Shirting* in all
I qualities. Bleached and Cnbleached Grilling.
Heavy Due k for Machine Sheets, just rcc’d and
for Mile by GEO. W. T KEARSLKY.
GROCERIES.
(1 ROC FRIES of all grabs, including a nice
J line of Canned Good?.—all of which will
be sold a? low as the lowest.
Ul'O. W. T. KEARSLKY.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS!
DRESS GOODS' DKESSGOODS:
I >LACK Cashmere, Blk andCol'd Nun? Vcil
J ing. Domestic and Fancy Ginghams, Zephyr
Cloth and Chambravs, Victoria Lawn, India
Linen, Plain and Figured Swiss. Pique and
Plaid Mualin, just received ainl for sale bv I
GEO. W. T. KEARSLKY.
/ MOTION Table Cloths, alx» Bleached and
V Half Bleached Linen lhimusk, White
Counterpanes, Toweling in variety by the yard
and T<>ivels from the lowest priced to the finest
qualities. Napkins and Dowels, Whitt and Tur
key Red also Turkey Red Table Cloths, for
GEO. W r. KEARSLKY.
May 22, 1884.
Lonsdale CamMe^ kb at.. of Bftwdhed
and Brown Cottons, Pillow Gk?o Cotton..
***!*•% O D fWV.
GiO.T LIGHT
HAS a full line of Blair's llandy Paper Tab
lets for sab*, both for Pen & Pencil.
French Paper in tablets 35cts.
Linen Paper “ “ 35.
Bill Heads “ “ 33.
Statements “ “ 3-5.
Blanks receipts. Bonds ifco 10.
Call and examine them.
Owing to the reduction of tax on Quinine,
md for the bet of the indicted, we offer the
-ame at $-.00 p <i-.
Have on hand all the popular patent nioul
:ines. Also keen all School Books & supplies.
GKO. T. LIGHT.
Feb. 15,1SS3. _
Christmmt Groceries*
Cl HR 1ST MAS GRCM Kill KS -the best the city
f markets supply—-on hand >n abundance
ut the “Old Family Grocery’' and at prices that
command attention.
Sugars.
Syrups.
Molasses.
Coffees,
Teas,
Fruits.
H.H. COOKE.
Dec. Jn. istvi.
R. S. Leisenring
HAS just received a fresh supply of Blair's
Handy Pencil Tablets; Bill and Statement
Heads printed); “Happy Boy” com position
Book: Envelopes for photographs; Gospel
Hymns 1. 2, 3, and hand No. lseparate^.
and without notes; “Oblivion Black Board
Eraser? Orders taken for P'intcd Bill. State
ment. and Letter Heads. A full and complete
line of samples of the above work can be seen
bv calling upon IL S. LEISKNRING.
January 17.1884.
WATSON HOUSE,
Charlestown, W. Ya.
JAMES WATSON, Proprietor.
MEALS at all hours to suit Travelers. Tran
. sdent Boarding on Reasonable Terms.
Hacks to and from all trains Free of Charge.
"Or The Bar is Supplied with Choice W mes,
Liquors. Cigars, Ac.
April 3, 18.83.
BUSINESS RE-OPENED
At The Old Stand.
tiqiK undersigned has re-opcncd business at
1 his old stand, opposite the Hilbert Coaeh
Factory buildings. Main street, Charleston"
and offers to the publican entire new stot.
DRY t;t)«)i)S. NOTION.-?, (iEOCKRIES
C*LA>S, WOODEN AND QUEENS
WARE, AC.,
all of which will l>e sold on a very short profit.
FEOlt li -V !N 1) BACON
Corn Meal, Offal. Ac.,, always on hand; also
keep in stock a lull line of Choice
Cljftiriiund 'robnt^co.
The highest market rates given for Country
Produce of all kinds, in exchance for Goods.
Promising literal treatment and fair dealing,
1 respectfully solicit the patronage of my old
customers, and a liberal share from the public
at large. ,
JAS. II. RODRICK, Agent.
October 11, lv>3.
SPBiESS . i/./foEYG.
' I' H i; undersi :nec vspect fully announces t.
I th.- Ladies ofCh. rlestown and vicinity that
die lias opened a Ore - Making Establishment
.•n Main Stree t, one door East of !>r. Neil's res
ilience, and will be prepared to tit and makeup
Costumes for
Ltidlcs ttiul Children
in the latest styles, with neatness,and prompt
ly. An experience in this line for years give?
confidence of ability to please.
MRS. P. <’. WOODY.
February 28. 1884—Cm.
SHIRTS.
rpRY the Pride of the World Shirt, the best
i in the market. 2100 Linen and the ever
lasting stay attachment. Fortalv by
C.P.BBY.
Ann I7C Send six cent? for postage, and
riHUi receive free a costly box ol good?
which will help all, of either sex, to more mo
ney right away than anything else in the world.
Fortunes await the workers absolutely sure —
At once address Tut k a Co, Augusta, Maine.
April 10, 1884—ly*
Notice.
Tims. t«. Rust hereby notifies the citizens of
Charlestown and vicinity that he has a new
and improved Steam l eather Renovator which
he intends to put into operation at once. It
removes all moth, and cleans the feuthers and
makes them as good as new. Can renovate
from 5 to50 pounds at a time. Prices of Reno
vating : $2.50 for Bed, Bolster and two Pilllows;
without Bolster and Pillows. $2.00.
It will also remove moth from Blankets.
Clothing and Brussels Carpet. Shop on Con
gress St., next door to residence, near Baptist
Church. Respectfully,
April 27, 1884. T. G. Rl’ST.
Wool Wanted!
[ AM ready t<> pay the highest market price in
Cash fur ull the Wool clipped in Jefferson
County. Will receive the same in person or
1... 1 _! . ....... ..t tl,„ V.l.inw 1'rnri'"
OtMcc, National Bank Building, or at the Jef
ferson Woolen Mills hereforc known as Por
ter's Factory ) near Wheatland Station8. V. 11. B.
Mark it! My arrangements are such that 1
can handle all the Wool brought or shipped to
iue and Cash paid on delivery.
JNO. J. JOBE.
P. O. Wheatland. Jefferson County, West Vir
ginia.
Jno. J. Jobe SC lira.,
will purchase all the Wool delivered to them
at their Brucetown Woolen Mill, Frederick
County, Virginia.
May 8, 18.84.
“.Vo. I” .liarkercl.
NEW No. I Mackerel hvthe kit or dozen, for
sale bv GEO. W. T. KEARSLEY.
May 8,1884 .
CARPETS
1 have just placed in my Carpet exhibitor an
addition of eighteen styles of new designs <>i
Carpets, at reduced prices, making a total ol
about forte pittems to select from.
Apr. 24, '81. GEO. W. T. KEARSLEY.
GLOHG i: TitAVIS,
Fashionable Barber,
Main st., one door west ofWatson House.)
Charlestown, W. Ya.
H AIR Cutting and Shaving execute 1 in
First-Class Style. Prices reduced for -in
gle hair cutting At cts.: hair cutting and shave
i . r i -
shave.-, for $1.00. Every effort made to please
customers, and satisfaction guaranteed,
v : l • 1883
•irrss .t.itEtjF.i incus
H AS taken the room on Charles street, in
rear of residence of N. S. White. Esq.,
where she will do I)RESS MAKING and FAM
ILY SEWING in good style and at reasonable
charges. She will be pleased to have the pat
ronage of the ladies of the town and vicinity,
and will strive to render satisfaction.
April 21. iss4.
Siarber Shop.
rJ''IIE Barber Shop one door West of " Carter
A House " has been refitted andhandsotnelv
furnished with improved Chairs, Ac., ami will
be conducted bv Samuel Brown. Customers
are a-sured of cleanliness in all the api>oint
ments, and comfortable. prompt and courteous
attention. SAMI EL BROWN,
August 28, 1884
SILVER SPOON BAKING POWDER. With
_every box of Baking Powder a handsome
Pi»a;eof Silver-plated Wan-(liven away at
t e. r imr's.
COACII FACTORY
LlV Eli A',
Furniture Establishment. &c.
rilH E undersigned having purchased the old es
I tablished Coach Factory oftbe late wells J. i
Hawks, in Charlestown, tvitb the view of entei- j
ing in to the
carriage business,
in all its branches, offers for sale a large number j
of New and Second-hand
Carriages, Buggies. .1 aggers. &e. j
at the lowest prices and upon the most accom mo- j
dating terms.
OLD CARR!AO ES TA KES /N EXCHA SO E
FOR SEW.
All Kind* of Repairs
done with neatness and dispatch, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
HORSES AMD CARRIAGES
FOR HIKE.
Inconncction with the above I wiPcontinue
the LIVKKY BUSINESS, and be prepared to (
furnish Carriages, Buggies and daggers at the ,
shortest notice.
^^.The above business will be under the su
perintendence of Abram Stump.
FIT ENTtUKE ! |
I ,1,0 offer to tbo public o l.i (to tot of Furoi-1
ture, comprising
CHA/HS, TA ll L ES ( Exlen>ionand other) It ED
STEADS, MATTRESSES,
and a! I articles usually found in a I urciture Es
tablishment.
Old Furniture lie/iaired
u N I) K RTA K IN'G.
I wi IIbe prepared in a short time to give my
special attention to the busi ness of Undertaking.
Being a jiractical mechanic and determined to
give satisfaction. I respectfully solicit a share o!
public patronage.
1 LEWIS STA Bilk .
May t*. I>77.
FasliionaLla Furaitare.
W E are receiving a large Stock o!
FUENITURK j
of the very latest styles, embracingsome very nic, I
CHAMBER & PARLOR SETTS, I
LOUNGES. CENTRE TABLES, BUREAUS.
SIDEBOARDS. BEDSTEADS, SPRING
REDS, MATTRESSES, AC.
which have been purchased direct trom the Manu j
facturers «l Cincinnati and Chicago and which |
we can sell
AT BALTIMORE PRICES.!
NU.W V l* 11.N ITU It made to order) old j
turniture repaired, anil
UPHOLSTERING j
d"ne r» heretofore by our excellent workman |
We are the agents fjr Jefferaon County tor the j
New Patent
*3 ETALI.SC B1RI4L UiSIiUT, ,
the handsomest and most durable casket in u>o, i
which can befumished at a greatly reduced price.
ROSEWOOD and other Wooden Caskets always
on hand. SADLER A BRO.
April 14, 1S77—y.
Contractors ana Builders,
C A R P E N T E R S ,
MERCHANTS, FARMERS,
EVERYBODY,
I XTKNDIXG TO BUILD OR REMODEL, can
1 save time anil money by leaving or sending j
their orders for
SASII, DOORS, BUNDS,
BRACKETS, CORNICE, FENCING,
CEILINGS, BALINGS, FLOORING,
MOULDINGS, MANTELS, AC.,
OF ALL KINDS Ac., TO THE
i' ES .S R fj S■] S T to II *.V
jj£f-S;itisfaction will he given as to prices
atnl quality of work.
Terms, Reasonable.
W.M. PHILLIPS it SONS.
April 23, 1881—y.
Surveying ami Conveyancing.
I WILL survey anywhere, promptly and at
short notice—accuracy guaranteed. Special
attention paid in connection therewith to DuA '» •
INt; DEEDS or any other instruments .1 Writing,
p. O.—Charlestown, Jefferson Co., W. \ a.
Dee. 8,18 1. 8 HOWE! L BUOW.V
Moot and rShoo Multiiii;.
REPAIRING,&C.
f I ’ll K undersigned has removed his Shopto the
I buildingon thecorner of Charlesand LtbcrU
streets-in the building lately occupied by » e»
. :..l iv .ii ... Th„ i«ha raetrl Of the Workdone by
the subscribei is wellknowu aiuUppreciatcdby the
citixensoi Charlestown and vicinity. Itt*li4iuly
necessary to add that he willondeavor to sustain
his reputation as a reliable workuian,and w t, 1 ex
ecute promptly and at reasonable rates all order*
given him—eitberfor New work or' Itepairing.
* JOHN AVIHol Wrn.
May 10,1874. Aprillb, 1W0.
NEW LOCATION,
Bal ^aiiic* flliunl ul Sciiows.
HPH E undersigned has removed his
MLACKSMITH AND WAGON MAKING
SHOP
to the lot adjoining his house, and nearly opposite
the l>epot „i ilie 11. * O. It. It., in Charlestown,
where all peraon> in need «»! anything in hi? int*
can bt a< coaiodaled iu short order, workmanlike
#tvie and at reanuiabie terms. I alio kt***|> ♦
Ilu.;>i.s AM) BUGGIES FOB I11UK, and will j
do ALL KIM)S OK
HAULING.
Thankful for past favors, I respectfully solicit
the continuance..! my old customers, anil invite
the public to give me a trial.
\ . 7' GEO. W.8PWT8.
CHRISTMAS GOODS,
' IMIK undersigned lias in store the large-% tlic
1
it tractive stoak •: Christinas suppuc^iie
has ever had the pleasure of offering, including
Staple and Fancy Groceries;
Fruit.<—-Foreign and Domestic;
Confectionery—Imported and
Home-made;
Great variety of Nuts ;
Everv Condiment essential to 1
the enrichment of Pie, Pudding or Cake :
TOYS
In great variety and Novelties for
Christmas Gilts in great profusion.
He is prepared to supply families with
CAKE,
Fruit Cake, Found Cake, Jelly Cake, and an
infinite variety of small Cakes, or to make tn t
order in larce or small quantities promptly.
Grown iieople and children will find a beau
tiful and bountiful st.xk from which to select
J
He b thankful for past patronage and will
endeavor bv generous dealing to merit a con
tinuance of the old custom and to win new pa
trons. HKNRYDDMM i
rwwnfto 9,
L;c to Your interest!
AND
save von: hard earxixgs
Bv Purchasing Your
PUIL'. r El'll K :
DIRECT FROM THE
HAG E IS STO W IN
FURNITURE FACTORY.
-tror can saw the frcip.ht <>n the good*. St
j_ coml, V"U ive from to 10 percent,
profit that the middle manor jobber must have
over the manufacturers prices. We have a full
line of
W A I/NUT
Cuaiiibcr Suits,
Wood and Marble 7A-. Ath Radiate Suit*,
Painted Cottage Suit.*,
WARDROBES, BOOK CASES,
CENTRE TABLES,
Wo xl and Marble Tops ;
WALNUT AND ASH EXTENSION
TABLES,
SINKS, SAFES, SIDEBOARDS
CHAIRS,
Wood und Cane Seat,
MATTRESSES VNI) BED SPRINGS.
We calLespecial attention to our
Lounges and ParlorSuits
as being superior in finish, using only the Pat
ent Spring in their construction. Come and
see us and he convinced that you can buy bel
ter Goods and for less money from us than you
can find elsewhere in this section.
Goods delivered in Charlestown or at oilier
points Free of Freight.
(i. E. HUGHES. Agent,
Charlestown, Jefferson County, W. Yu.
September 13, Is'*:! y.
WEIiSTEll WAGOA'N
AND
O2<1 liicltory Wajffoiiw
For sale by
VALLEY FERTILIZER CO.
March 25, 1882.
4 MMONIATED I5DNE PllOSi'JIA'l E
i\. for
COHN.
manufaetured and sold by us. R. A. Alexan
der and .1. A. Washington are Agents for .'< !•
ferson County.
VALLKA FERTILIZER COMPAN\ .
March 18, 1882.
PJj,i STUMS.
O0FT Bin Windsor Pla-tcr. ground at our
u mill extra fine, for sale by
VALLEY FERTILIZER COMPANY.
Charle-town, March Is, 1"-’..
The Syranise steel t*loir.
' PHIS PI.jw has an unparalleled reputation
1 in Virginia. The onlv Si.fi Beam Plow
made in the U. S. It will lin'd in hard fallows
which no other chilled plow could do last sea
son. We have statement of an experienced
Jefferson County farmer’s expense of two of
these plows in breaking 30 acres of hard fallow
hist Fall, to-wit : $3.50 expended for shears for
the two.
VALLEY FERTILIZER CO.
.Sell for Valley of Virginia.
March 25. ls'2.
1 >URE GROUND RAW BONE. We are now
1 grimlingat our mill near B. V <> R. I! De
|»ot, pure Raw Bone ami Pure Steamed Bone
which we are able to guarantee to be absolutely
pure. Call and sec.
1 \tE aicnow preparing our Corn Fertilizers
l) for the spring trade. They arc in tine
condition, no extra water but dry and thorough
ly manipulated.
VALLEY FERTILIZER CO.
March 8, lss;}.
JEFFE11SOX WOO LEX MILL.
Formerly Porter's Factory.
Under the above mentioned name the old
“ Porter's Factory," which in days gone by en
joyed almost a national reputation for excel
lent manufactures, will be operated by the un
dersigned. Necessary repairs have Iwcn made
and improved machinery introduced, and it is
our expectation to maintain the rej utition of
the mill and to meet thedemund of tne public
for first-class goods.
The Highest Market Price will be paid for
Wool delivered al tin- .Mill or at such point* a*
may be designated.
Orders for Cloths, Yarns. Ac., will receive
prompt attention.
Respectfully,
J. J. JOBE A CO.
jVi-t Office—Ripon, Jefferson County. W. Vo
J. J. Jobe A Bro. will continue to operate the
Mill at Brncetown, Frederick County, N irginia,
and will pay the top market price for Wool de
livered there.
Aptil, ttt, 1 **•’>.
Carpenter and Builder.
J. W. BLESSING
U 11,1, hereafter < ontinm- the vigorouspros
i *
Builder, and will take orders and execute the
same promptly and satisfactorily. Jlis ex
perience is such that he can guarantee perfect
workmanship, and hi* pri- e* wii! compare
favorably with the mo.-t reasonable. '1 hose
desiring to build or improve should give him a
call.
November '-J, 1-*‘J—y.
1 HAVE just received a prime article of Gin
of '1 ■ ii .iii.il purp Al*» have ih • > st
Iter’s Good- sold by GEO. T. EIGHT.
Y\
\\ Horse powder, pu-par-d un-l sold l-y
GEO. T. LIGHT.
ClAMPHOR ICE Vu-alin-- < implmr I •,
r Pure Vassaline, for chapi-cd hands; Evy
Flora. Laird s Bloom of Youth. Hagan s Mag
nolia Balm, for the complexion, for -ale by
GEO. T. LIGHT.
Gi A>OLINE and Bciuinc 1 v the pint anu
T Gallon: all the popular Liniments, inclu
ding Kendall's Spavin Cure, for sale by
GEO. T. LIGHT.
C'LARK'S Jills, ! in tin market, Tun'*
l Pills. M< lame's Pills. Schcnck s Pills. Bad
way's Pill*. Hooper's Pills: August Flower,
Peruna, Manalin, Scott’* and Cam ms Emul
sion, Burnett's Cod Liver Oil. Fellow's Hvjk>-.
phosphite, for sale by GEO. T. LIGHT.
SCHOOL Books sold at li-t prices, (Maury’s
_Manuel, price >1.35, Cornell - Intermediate
$1.20). Book- not on hand will he ordered.—
Acceptance and Visiting Cards. Ciiromo Invi
tation l ards; al*<* the very lat-'-t Bagged K-Jge
Paper. Large stock of Autograph Albums just
received by GEO. T. LIGHT.
October 4. lv>.1.
rl’RY th-- rhr^jr l>r*«» !!*■ Toi^jCg.^r^ilo
luipurliiiii 1 ijiiii-sti. •
r j MiE uudersigned i» firing buaoleauention to
L the
LUMBER BUSINESS,
at Roadside,Rockingham County, Virginia, tnd t
has facilities for filling orders •• any ert. nt and (
-at variety. He commands ioresu e' crowing ,
timber of tbererv beet qualtv. and rai.liiig ca
pacify to meet tbe in.«t -xi'amtsDi leinand* or
this section.
l)rder»fi>r Lumber fot
BUILDING PURPOSES,
cut in size and length to meet the demands of
builders or others, tilled promptly Moop terms j
with which no other person in tbc \ *ll> y ol > ir-j
einia esn compete successfully.
The subscriber ha, in former years supplied
very tn*n\ p^'sons in ibis *octi*.>o Lumber*
and in returning tbanksfor past patronage, and
in soliciting the order* <>f old cuatou i rs and new,
promises <t C4i«*'u! personal s uperyisioo. soth.it;
orders mav pr satisfactorily tilled. Address,
’ DR. S. V. II. MILLER,
Elkton,
S. V R. R.
Rockingham Co., I
March 16,1878. Virginia. |
OlIAUIiESTOWN
siariilk wohkh,
CoBSEB OF CiKOBOR STREET ASP TWENTY l'i'oT i
Alley.
Oiotil & U**o.
M vSt’FACTVKF.R? OK
110 V l II i: A TS, TO it *.
Head and Foot Stones, Mantles, Statues and
Carving, in all its various branches, anti all
work in their business. All orders promptly
tilled at the lowest rate, and shortest notice,
and all work delivered and put up. and guar-,
antced to suit purchasers. If not. no silt*.—
Please call and see and judge for yourselves be
.. t. .1...*.. nit I'.tllilf IlftllU* I
*• UUOI.tg V.TV M * 't -.I
Manufacturers. . .
The subscribers have also in operation their
shop in Mart in share, where they will give
propmt attention to all work •■un^-ttsUothem.
Charlestown, July is, l*d,—y.
FRUIT HILL NURSERY,!
| Charleston d, Jeflerson County, W«t Virginia.
! Fruil and Ornamental Trees,
i
Flower and Vegetable
PLANTS,
■sitruliliory ,»n o.
' r 11 |JK subscriber* call attention to tbegreat va
| J rielv oi Tree*, Plant*, Vine*,Hole*, Ac.,Ac.,
at their
Fruit lilll
an«l are gratified to be comciou* ol havingastock
, like).* ioplca*e all wh > patrojize them. The/
: will iiot undertake to present in this adrerti**
meni a cat Hogue *•: stock on hand, but will be
content to generalize, hoping thai <>u: people will
c*M and see for theioaelvc'that the necessity lor
sending abroad :or Tree»,Shrubbery,i*c.,nolon
ger exist*. We bare
10,000 Apple Tree*—ole ire varieties;
3.000 IVnclr Tin'*.
Att :tt» l>!-rr> IMiiil*,
Asparagu.- Uo< t>, Green liou-i and Redding
! PianU Cabb g -,T iiiMt". Kgg,( aujiflo"- *r and i
! Sweet Put ito. aiilor sale Cheap toi Ca*h.
April 15. IS76-U. UOPKI N.» A CO. (
i Mountain Vit tv Holt i
II oti’ini’* Kfcuin, \V. V .v.
TUKMKt
fid Put It a v *10.00 Put I is
S/uaul Hut>- ! A’ t'oi./a of «o.« «»*•/ |
< 'oiiiwrcttu Ji •/* ..... <
GKO. W UllhhN,
Proprietor, j
Cm.. T. B. Sutar, Ulcik.
October '13. 1st? 5.
J883 Drug Trade 1883
AISCit'1 PH ^ CO.
1 IruggiiU*,
Courl-lIouKC S I’-iare, G'h»rlc*tmvii,
OEALEItS in Dritu, I’heini. t!- Paints, Oil*,
Window Olara, 1 d
PerfumerM - Hair, Nail and Footii Bruabtfi
* I iru .tisis' Smell i - ate I 1 • • '< ■ ’ ‘
We re-p.'i . fullv .ill' mention or our cus
tomer* and the public * • • ir large and well se
lected stock'd ail articles u ually kept inu first
I class Drug Store. With increased faeiiitica for
I business and ctilurg'jd 'took we an- prepared to
I serve the publie with all good- in our lineal
J reasonable figures. \\ •• are prepared to supply
i country phy i dans with all articles they need
i at the most‘moderate prices.
Our Rook and Stationery department has
! been well docked and we are ottering special
I inducements on goods in tliialine.
A full line of Tobacco. Segura, and Smoking
i Tobacco alv, ivson liu-; I. We are headquarters
' for John Luca# A Co’s Liquid Paints—any
! quantity of all colors from 1 lb. toi gal. cans
j always in stock.
January 4, Jhs3.
-... — - — •
IT STANDS AT l IIK HEAD.
—THE'Lit;IIT RUNNING—
DOMESTIC
The at ve cut *how« the New Stylo of \Vi>o<!
Work that the Company i*i introdw it:;/.
ARTIBTI'AU/Y BEACH FTL.
Without n Peer.
The new line of Attachment.' that ' re n- w be
ing placed with < ttli DitMl.-lh arc *;»a ittl*
} tie!-. No other Machine ha.' tiicm. Th c»e At
tachment' and the New Worlwirk make the
[ “ lUmiC'’ " more than ever, withf.it • j'i- i>n.
THE ACE SO W1.EDU Eh LANDAU) OF I
EXCELLENCE.
In it' Met Ii&nie >11 iotixtructien i: i no !’.\ J.
For Kale by ]* s. HH.HK- A < <
Cliarh 'towii, W. Ya
Agent* wanted iti ■ •ccopied Territory.
Addre
DOME.-TP S F.WINO MA<iHINK < O .
•Yotire,
All jK'rxiiis who kept Accounts with us last
year, are ream sled to give them immediate at- I
tuition. AlSQl’ITH »V • '<>.
January 3,1"«
.Yotire.
ritHE
f COUNTY HoN11 ^ . the deii 'ti iiiation of j
$1,000, Nos ■*' to 70 inclusive, in tot !•< pre
sented at the Treasurer’* tttiiee of Jefferson
County, W. Va.t on or 1 . u t*>bcr !«t. 1--4. j
Inten I trill o con • aid bonds at that ]
date. EUOL.VELAli.EU, Agent, f
Attftm T. m I
L'L.VM’i'KUlKti.
iMih<ubscriberUkes udvantapvottbr Fres.tt
4 mediate by which to inform tbecitiica» o!
hound .idjoininpr countie* that be i* prepared t<
mdertaki tin
cM.AS i KiCIN«» Of IlOl NK.S
iiuov atyletbat may o. desired,troai oaeCoatti
lrree’, Hu:d Finish, White Coat or Heavy Skim.—
. rcicop and C’enti* ? tin. and OrramcnU itark
limited. .VoBvbui laes uorkni.B *i|lh.
.••..ployed n •> ■ rk th -i ' — atru*l.« to n ».
' ’ v j t K.\t~ < r. .1, .. . / r . .1 \ b ti ( i I.A
ret:n to itoio.
I ncreby tendci rr.y ppidl1 .n ucki owlcdgeairtii:
or the liberal patronage l hair refeiv. <; tlDCI
■..inlooncinpt buuinew. and hope by a iti ict adbr
‘cnee to duty to merit a contiauanc* oftheitBe.
-jr MIcotnmunicatiors addressee to me
Charlestown AY. V*..wi!l receive prompt attts
pion C. FRANK (JAI-I.AHhh
Marchi",IS70.
SCHOOL SOCKS AND SUPPLIES.
\\,TE will have bv September 1M, .t fu! Mip.
> V |.|y of School Rooks of every (it r |0; n.
also a ttiil line of School Sundries -i:- !i as
pen.*, slate pencils, satchels. Ac. \\ < invite ^
the attention of our customers, and the p.ublic
to thh* branch of our business. Any book mu
in Mock funnelled in a few days
AlSQi mi A CO.
August 2G, 1 sv-\
Chair Seats Caned.
MRS. J.N. WlUTTIXtiTON is pm-pared t,
. Repair Cane Seat Chairs at short notice
and upon easy terms, at her home in the
Southern suburb# of Charlestown, on Bloom
cry turnpike.
September 23, 1»2.
Xew Furniture.
■% \ ’ K .re receiving a larpe St.iek >f 1 . ni
? ▼ lunr »«»• um'i •
sold at Ixittoin prices. Our stock contains—
CHAMBER SKITS FROM $23 Cl*,
HANDSOME PARLOR SETTS,
DINING ROOM SETTS,
CenterTaMo. Wardrotu-, Mattresses, Chain.
I.oungc.'' Settees, llidrlcaili, Hid Soring*.
Looking C.lasses, piano A Organ Stool- un.l
all phkIs kept in a furniture house. Plea*
call and examine our stuck.
SADI.Ell A BRO.
May 3, 1SH3.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
(tarnished l>v
GBO. T. LIGHT
M i ALLA A STAY ELY’S beautifully ib
. lust rated 4'hurt'll Annual, Whittaker*
Protestant Episcopal Almanac, conulning
Bishop Perry’s 11i~t«»rv <d the cliutxh from 17
M to J'84; also Pott.-' Church Alnuiu. A *
full line <d Stationery, Blank Ihiks,>. lio«.|
Books, Ac. I)R. ('HAS. K. I’M ATT. |
Pharmacist.
LOOK OUT.
\LL person* indebted tonicwi'.lpU* •••■•hh
. forward and settle by Cush or Note, as I
want my ImsincM settled, as this is u New \.ur,
ami don't vou forgot it.
F. B. BOl'Id. ltd.
Jan. 23, 1.883.
STATIOMOHY,
Every variety of Caper and Envclo|»cs all
;iii«l colors. lOo Iloxw of l*iijKir uinl Kh*
velojt* ttl lu* u lki.%. i*iioto(?ru])li. Autograph,
and Scrap Albums.
.S. Peek's Bad IJov. Peck's Stin-Sl.iiie.
Ll i. L . Pun, Tegac Siftings. 1‘ociiis. miiool
ai.d 3 .eiicrui *n»k <J uUMfllatieou* j
Su.iuU'r a*, isod. AiMgl l Hi A CO.
\ \'i»l Lit inform the public that every Pre
1 I
Ii\ i n1 individually. Persons ftin tlnd
meat night at the room over tllO old tUheril!»
Oilice.Jaii Building. ib a,- otiully,
July id, isrti. geo.t. Light
NOTH Jl.
» I.L p r .r.» Indebt 4 to the undcingn«<1 •»
A lo- .... : Ag. mol llie II. *4" It. It. It. t
(7,. freight*, o- Cow million*, <>r to the life hriu
olHurrv 4 Lock, lie nutitfed that gay uicot wait
be wade at one*. u_.uu„
July 13, 1878. J.D. STAItMY.
PAINTH.
\ \ ’ L have I " al 'ir u! Luca- L:> pi el Paint
> \
mid gallons of it have been sold in this County,
in the last five years. We keep Lewis Pure
White i-cad, and every variety of Colors, \ar
nisiies and Linseed Oil. Paint in all colors al
ready prepared, in I and 2 lb cans. V\ e have
11>(- largest “lin k uf these good* in the County,
andean Mill, for the same qualiiv of good*. »*
low a* tbe lowest. All'll! 1111 A < H.
May 2!t, HUH.
TO Tl 11: 1*IJ iiLIC,
/ iHAKLKH Met AUD, the “Old Reliable,"
Y informs Hi friends and the public that le
ha- rented a room In the Wdriui Building, I
formerly occupied l»y J. T Marker, which has
lH.cn neatly lilted a an eating Room f>r bis
friends and the public generally. All kind' of
catablcM ontiimally on baud. Lunch or meals
at short notice, at all hour* and in good style.
,fv let (Srniit mttl 1 >lhl <j >y,rciVi//y.'4|-'
Give him a call.
May l. 'st CHARLES H. MeCAKB.
I ( H kPOL’NJ>S of pure Pari* Lro u and lifts
I'M/ iM.iind J London Purpb
May 2l», lHrv-l. AltjlpHTII AC<>.
Santa Hans' Exposition.
Admission Free!
1) ARK and Beautiful Holiday Lifts. of Every
A Description, In
1 OJ 3, lJ'JOKH, if ovi.-llitH, r nnv jr ?
Notion*, !
now on Exhibition at my Islore. (lift- tht H
Finest, I*rlccs the lamest. Come cTerybod)- H
Fine French and American L
(;ox i i;ctioxs,
F'rti ItM uikI Nut*.
An etq>ccially large supply "f
(AND) AND A LI. KIN l)NOF Fill IT*
•ujiorior in quality to any ever offered m j
< hurlestown. and at astonishingly low figur** 1
Ord< r? for < hristmax Fruit < akesand • hri»t- |
n:a» Oysters promptly attended to. ■
Accept mv sincere thunks for your esn* ""-d 1
patronage, and conic again. Rinjxftfully. j
< J it Kt ii v Brown.
December 0, ltW3. 3
\ \ T 1, I ave :.mi in st«H ic u full line ol ‘ f; I
ft
A*i« r i-u ia*e, ot" PiiiL deiphin. ■
Mar. h A l«,M. Dr r. t FKATl I
i j nr Milt by t.DEkk. j
1 J ADFi..' l < M i.A.' .A hs loi Dst !er 1
J i . <D. LBV.
lJJ.ALS gust—containing 30 per «ent "I j
Ai^QinnAbU »
January 31, ltfeh 9H
J HAVE just received a tin- lot of ‘D<"‘k I
. Brushes—imported by mjaeii direct tr-ni H
L'oatei* A Co., of I/Midoij, Tue brushes cre" H
fextra stvie and finish and warranted to pic-** ■
l all ancf them. l)K. C. h. J’KAlT. | j
BABY CAHlUAGl-iN.
4 LAK*JE stock and all styles of Bah) 1 -
J\. nau* *. just received aim for -ale at B“
more prices by 8ADLEKA HE S
larch 27, U j
QucenV Book.
Queen Vi<t iria's “More 1 .caves fr«ut
Journal oi a lafo in t!ie Highlands, i» Fui"'

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