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\ovember A. /ass. Chur venerable friend, Jno. II. Allstadt, is quite sick. Mr. H. Laurens Hopkins returned to Texas to-day. The Grange will meet at Ripon on Satur day afternoon at 3.30 o’clock. The Fair for the benefit of the Independ ent Fire Company cleared about $200. Mr. Arch Wooddy is convalescing. He has had a severe sickness of several weeks. Read Kahn’s advertisement and locals— read every word—it will be money in your pocket. ^ Col. and Mrs. Samuel Walton left for their southwest Virginia home on Friday morning. Mr. George Dooley has been confined to hi'* house for a few days—threatened with pneumonia. Lt. E. S. Avis, Prof, of Mathematics and commandant ol cadets at We-t \ irginia Cniversity, came home to vote. Thk Fkkk Pkkss is belated this week be cause of our desire to give its readers the results ot the election aud the difficulty of obtaiuing reliable returns. We are a good deal dejected by the result of the election, but we will have a rebound of spirits when we come to think it isn t as bad as it might have been ? lb»n. Win. L. Wilson returned to his home on Sunday after his arduous cam paigning. On Tuesday he quietly dropped a Democratic ballot iu the box. Maj. Green, proprietor,and Mr. Drew the courteous clerk, of Green’s Hotel, placed us under obligations for courtesies whilst at Harper's Ferry on Saturday night. Capt. Milton Rouss has just had his new barn at “Runnymede” roofed with steel—a new thing. Mr. S. J. Raker, of Hagers town, did the work—a good job, too. Maj. G. W. G reen, of Harper's Ferry, last week showed u* a potato which weighed 2 lbs. 8 oz.—one of 700 bushels of his own raising. This seems to have been a prolific year for fiue potatoes. Five brothers passed through Charles town a few days ago on a hunting expedi tion. They looked enough alike to be twins. That's an Irishism, but app"-ite, as the brothers were Irish. On Friday night the Jefferson Guards re elected, with one exception, the old officers. Mr. > M. Ott was elected 2nd corporal Mr. J it*. G. Shirley was made 4th corporal —in the place of Ott promoted. Wo sincerely regretted that our good old friend and long-time neighbor, Mr. George l>oo\ey was too sick on Tuesday to get to the polls We are quite sure he had set his heart ou casting a straight Democratic ticket. Our County Executive Committee de serves credit t<>r excellent work. Chair man Farle has the thanks of the Democra cy. He wa- early and late when duty call ed. We do not think be was guilty of any sins of omission or commission. The trial of the Frederick City and Charlestown Steamers on Monday resulted iu victory for the latter and the boys are very much pleased with the superior capaci ty of their machine. Both, howew r, are effi cient and beautiful—suitable for parade or < >ld Jefferson's Democratic boys tempora r v sojourning elsewhere with few excep • us turned up on election clay w ith straight I h mocratic tickets in their hands. They are t numerous to mention in this is>ue. We ! -nor them 1 >r fidelity to principle and th» ir concern for good government. 1 * tine baud here on Monday from Frederick City complimented the editor of Tin Ft:m I’nt — bv a serenade. The mu* -i ■' is a r!: m.i r good. The leader is I’r M . K ip, an accomplished musi > iar: He y wry well take pride in the < -i-*r»-r < hi- select; and in their ex The Manning School House Democratic < ub, uniformed, marched in solid phalanx i tl, Court House, preceded by two Trac t Engines and a Hand of Music, and vo t 1 the straight Democratic ticket. The ' numbered -Vi. The strains of the md. the whistle of the engine and the . - made a grand, concordant chorus. Mr. A. M. Harmon, father-in-law of Mr. y, on Thur-day morning last -aged 7b ] Mr. Harmon wus a wealthy citizen • v. 'and, Ohio, aud for the post few - high as fifteen million dollars. His J am- .vere taken to Cleveland for intcr 1 colored Republicans paraded our o*i Saturday night ia-t about 22r> • in procession. A fraction over a lr j, probably out* half, were voters, i were enthusiastic, hut everything i — 1 off without an incident of di-order. I v v ere addressed at the Court House K* \ N C. Brackt . an t Prof. Stewart. N* . t*. Republicans participated in the Brace I p. You are feeling depressed, vour appetite or. yon are bothered with Headache, you -* tidgetty, nervous, and generally out of - *rt«. and want to brace up. Brace up, but 1 t with stimulants, spring medicines, or :Ur*, which have for their basis very h'-ap, bad wbi-kv, and which stimulate 1 u for an hour, and then leave you in v »r-i* condition than before. What you 'ant is an alterative that will purify your !* "'*1. -tart healthy action >n Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality, and give re newed health and strength. Such a incdi ' you will find in Electric Hitter-, and only >i cents a bottle at C. Frank Jones’ Drug Store. On Sunday morning last, at the breakfast table, Mr. Nathan S. White was stricken with fatal illness aud his spirit passed to the other world three hours later. The ti dings as a great pall fell upon the commu nity, Twice within a week sudden sum mons came to worthy citizens. Mr. White had been a resideut of the town forty-eight i years—and all these years were character ized by Christian demeanor and neighborly consideration for all men. Confidence was reposed in him as a counsellor and friend ; his church continually honored him; in the most unobtrusive way he delighted to give aid and comfort to the needy, lhe very large practice of his profession main tained through a long series of years was proof of his fidelity to clients. Nobody impeached his integrity. None that knew him cau doubt that he has passed over the riyer 10 rest in the shade of the trees. Mr. White was born in Montgomery county, Md., in 1817, ami was 71 years of age at his death. He was a graduate of Prince ton College, read law with Barton & W il ligms at Winchester, Ya.,and attended !ec i tures .>n law at Yale College, New Haven. He cauic to this county in 1840, and began the practice of law, which he followed un til his death. For forty years member of Zion (Episcopal) Church. Many years Vestryman and Warden, Superintendent of Sunday Sch> >1, and always, nearly, dele gate to the Councils of the Church. He was also President of the Jefferson County Bible Society. He leaves a widow and one daughter, the wife of Mr. Joseph Trapnell. •His onlv son was killed at Chancellorsville in the late war, and was a member of the Stonewall brigade. The funeral services took place on Monday afternoon in Zion church. Kew Dallas lucker, .Ino.S. Gib >'>n and L. II. Mason officiated. 1 here was an immense congregation of sorrowing friends. rkfl i», m cratic Illumination and Torch light Proces'ion at Harper's Ferry and Bol ivar was, according to the judgment of a gentleman residing there for forty years, the biggest thing of the kind ever seen there. Many house* were brightly illuminated and elaborately and beautifully decorated, and the whole mu> have been pleasing to such a* could stand otl’ and look on. Houses perched on tho hills, present at all times a picturesque appearance, but brilliantly il luminated, a> they were, the scene was sim ply indescribable. The procession was al most a mile long, marshalled by Col. A. Spencer, on a proud hor-e gaily capari sojted—the Col. looking every inch a Dem ocrat and Field Marshal. He had a large stall'. The procession wa* headed by a cav alcade of ladies and their escorts—all be de- ked with Democratic insignia, badges, bandanas, w hite hats, etc. Little girls in bandana dre-es and wearing sweet smiles, one little tot !• r each State and Territory, 1 re banner* with inscriptions; a* many more of “sweet sixteen’'—and they wore beauties, indeed,—filled a decorated wagon and enthused tho “boys." Good music en livened the march, aud fireworks made lu rid the way. After the parade forcible speeches were made by Capt. Geo. Baylor and B. D. Oil -on, F-q. The Charlestown Club was present, uniformed, to tho num ber of more than a hundred. As the edi : r of Tin Fi i:k Press was too busy hold ing up his end of the line and keeping tho sparks from between collar aud cuticle back of his neck, he couldn't take notes fora detailed account of this magnificent parade ami the illuminations along the route. The m.irch w.;s ab >ut four mile*. Now and then we saw a residence dark a* Erebus and the boys knew that a Harrisonite domiciled there. The firemen had admirable weather and everything lovely for their big day—Mon day last. The visitor* -the Junior Steam Fire Company of Frederick. Md., and the Frederick Cornet Band—came on a special train about 1" o’clock and were escorted to the stand in front of the Court House w here Forrest \V. Brown, Esq., made the address of welcome, and Mr. Ed. Koontz, respond ed in behalf of the Frederick company. The guests w ere handsomely entertained at the fair being held for the benefit of the Independent Fire Company of Charlestown, and about 2 o'clock the grand parade under command of Mr. T. F. Eddy formed near the court-house auu marcnca inruugu wie ; principal streets, the visiting musicians making excellent music the while. The shnwv uniform^ ami the handsomeengines decorated with Bowers made an imposing display. The order of procession was as follows: Marshal, Frederick Citj Cornet Hand, \V. 11. Shipley, Marshal. F. 1*. Koontz, Capt, Junior Steam l ire Co., of Frederick. Junior Steam Fire Engine. J. \\\ Russell, Capt., Citizeus’ Fire Company. Citizens’ Ho>e Reel. Charlcstowu Cornet Hand. C. M. Hough, Capt., Independent Steam Fire Co., No. 1. ludependi nt Steam Engine. Jheir Business Booming. aldy ii > one thing has caused such a general revival at C. Frank Jones' l>rug More as their giving away to their custom ers nt so many free trial bottles of l*r. King'' New l>iscoverv for Consumption. Tiie ir trade i- .'imply enormous^n this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colus, Asthma, Hronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured, 'l ou can test it before buying by getting a trial bot tle free, large -ue $1. Every bottle war ranted. _ The election here in Charlestown on Tues day wa<, like the campaign, conducted de cently without unseemly contests or ugly behavior. The vote much larger than ever before. Everybody vigilant and earnest. n .•#,•• r,i ,,fher hi R>-1 published at Musko gee. Indian Territory, on Saturday last said: “We ar<- glad to report Mi-s A. V. Wilson, of Harrell Institute, very much improved in health. Miss Wilson has been quite sick f r several weeks.” irrLi:s n\4\TEi>. State varieties and quantity for sale, and I j will either < all on vou er make bid hv letter. Addre" J. X.TRl'SSKLL. Shenherdstowu. W. Ya. October 25, ljjrs- im.* Official Returns From the County. ? S|:;£r-3^=j: = 32 ~ ? S* 3 2 =«=•££« s.- a 5 - £'S\2 3 2 c.g 3 a; 2*5 si _ < » . 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Best Made Clothes for Boys. Best Made Clothes for Children. There is nothing like it, gentlemen; nothing like it. There’s the rushing, driv ing trade that —SPEAKS FOR ITSELF!— There is the evidence of Confidence—the finger-p' st to prosperity! Since the 1st of October our sales have doubled last year’s (for the same time] and trebled the sales of any house in Charlestown. This is a prac tical, common-sense community who buy where they can get the most fur their money —and that’s what we like about Jefferson County—the people can generally pick out the genuine from the counterfeit, (loods that are right and prices that are low are our best friends, and your friends as well. nOHMCO., THE LEADING CLOTHIERS, SADLER BUILDING. November 1, 18i8. Our winter stock now complete. Now that our stock is about ns full and complete as it can be we would like to have every body in Jefferson who contemplate pur chasing winter outfits for themselves or children visit us. We would like to have you to sec what we have got. You will find your visit a pleasant one, at least, and you may find it very profitable as well. ILm. Kahn a Co., Sadler Building. Two things are impossible with us: cheapness for cheapness sake, and the use of the Ananias ways and means pursued by some of attracting attention. We never appeal to popular credulity but we place over $10,000 worth of clothing at the in spection of the public and are satisfied with the verdict of the people. Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. Boys’ and childrens' suits. Mothers, those critical but able judges all tell it pub licly that we have the largest and hand somest stock of boys’ and childrens’ cloth ing ever shown in this town. Every style of suit for every kiud of boy or child, the stout or the lean boy, young or old from 75c. up to the finest. Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. School days are now here, also our tre mendous large stock of school suits which we desire you to inspect. They arc match less. Wm. Kahn & Co., Sadler Building. we arc slowing an tne new snapea ior fall and winter wear in ladies’ and misses’ felt hats. Immense assortment of ribbons. 8. D. Hirschmak & Co. A big bargain in ladies’ fall jackets at $1.40. You won’t be able to got them later in the season. 8. D. Hirschmak & Co. To the Ladies. We call your attention to our immense stock of Henriettas in all shades. Verv low figures. 8.1). Hirschmak & Co. MARRIED. On October 18, 1888, at Grace Church, New York, bv its rector, the Rev. Dr. W. R. Hun tington, ALEXANDER BOTELER SHEP HERD. formerly of Shephcrdstown, West Virginia, but now of Mobile, Alabama, and MIRIAM, daughter of the late lion. Philip Hicky Morgan, of New Orleans, late United States Minister to Mexico. At the Rectory in Charlestown, by Rev. Dal las Tucker, on Wednesday, October HI, Mr. J. S. DRAGON IKK and Miss ROSALIE TAYLOR BUTLER, daughter of the late Dr. V. M. But ler,'both of Shephcrdstown. At the residence of the bride’s parents, in this countv, October 23, 1888, by Rev. A. A. P. Neel, Mr. J. E. BURNS, agent of the B. & 0. Railroad at Dutliclds, and Miss MAY DAN IELS, daughter of Dennis Daniels. Esq. At Keep Tryst Sandy Hook), Md., Oct. 21, 1888, bv the Rev. C. 0. Isacc, Mr. R. W. HAW KINS to Miss EMMA V. NORRIS At Keep Tryst, Md.. Oct. 25, 1888, by the Rev. C. 0. Isaac, Mr. LEONIDAS P. STICK LEY to Mias MARY ELLEN GREENE, of Virgina. At Keep Trvst, Md.. Oct. 22. 1888, by the Rev. C. O. Isaac, Mr. WM. H. GIESY. of Wheeling, W. Va., to Miss MAY McCLUNG. On the Harper’s Ferry Bridge. Oct. 15th, 1S88. bv the Rev. J. M. Stevenson. Mr. ROB ERT S. KELLEY to Miss MOLLIEJ. HOUSE, both of this county. At Hagerstown. Md., Oct. 15. 18S8, in the M. E. parsonage, bv the Rev A. M. Courtc nav. Mr. EDWARD G. DECKER to Miss AD DIE C. TRACEY, both of Harper's Ferry. DIED. MELISSA LLOYD, at her home in Martins burg, Oct. 17, 1888, aged 19 years. Mrs. ELIZA FRANCIS WRIGHT, wife of L>ennis Wright, on 2nd St., died in Martins burg Oct. IS, aged 20 years and 7 months. Interesting Dry Goods News BY Woodward & Lothrop. The Fall trade may be said to be fairly under w:iy. The store is brimful of the season’s best productions, both foreign and domestic. Our preparations for the coming season's business have been on an unprecedented scale, and we are in a pettcr position to cater to your wants than ever before. Dress Goods Bargains. 50-inch All-wool Camel’s Hair Serge, in stripes, checks and fancy mixtures, only 50c. per yard. Note the width. 38-inch All-wool French Hindoo Suitings, in all the newest shades. 38 in. Checked Cheviots in (lark rich effects, only 50c. per yd. Great Silk Bargains. A fortunate purchase of Guinet’s Best Black Imported silk enables us to offer the greatest values in these world-renowned fabrics ever placed on sale. Lot 1, Qual. E, only 871c. per yard. Lot 2, Qual. D, only 04c. per yard. Lot 3, Qual. C, only $1 per yard. Lot 4, Qual. B, only $1,121 per yard. Lot 5, Qual. A, only $1.20 per yard. We refrain from quoting the usual selling price of these five qualities, confident that yo.ur discerning judgment will instantly recognize their great intrinsic value. Bargains in Black Goods. Every preparation has been made for doing a large Fall business in Black Dress Goods. l,........ I... tint in mourning. We have the goods—more than ever betore, and what's better yet, they are all reliable fabrics, products of the best Foreign and Domestic manufacturers. As good illus trative bargains wo quote the following three : 39- inch (called 40) Black AH-wool Foule Serge, perfect black and a very desirable fabric; only 50c. per yard. 40- inch Black All-wool Bison Twilled Serge, heavy weight and a very dressy weave; only 50c. per yard. 1 case 39-inch (called 40) Black All-wool C'roise Cloth or India Twill, a new weave and destined to be much worn this season : only 55c. per yard. Rett Values in Flannels, Largest stock, greatest variety, and best val ues we have ever shown, be it in white, colors, or fancy. We quote these few special lots: French Wrapper Flannels at 37}, 42, 55 and 75c. Cashmere Flannels at 50c. French Printed Flannels at 05c. German Figured Flannels at 75c. Best Jersey Flannels at 62}c. Shrunken Homespun Flannels at 50c. Woven Bordered Skirting Flannels at 05c. Best Eiderdown Flannels at 75c. Homespun Flannel Skirt Patterns at 1.00, 1.35, 1.50, 1.75 and $2. For Manufacturing Comfort*. Many ladies make their own bed comforts. We call their attention to our large supply of cottton bats and coverings, such as prints, cherSe-cloths, batiste cheese cloths, sateens, chintzes, etc. Pound Cotton Bags, 12}, 15, IS and 20c.each. Cheese Cloths, 5 and 10c. per yard. Prints, 0}, 8, and 10c. per yard. Sateens, 12Jc. per yard. Batiste Cheese-cloths, 12}c. per yard. Extra Bargain* in Bog*' Clothing. Never before were we better prepared to dress your boys from 2} to 14 years. The bulk of the stock was late arriving—now all in, even to the heavy dead of winter overcoats. Close buying at the very source of the supply enables us to give unrivalled values. Boys’ School suits, 4 to 12 years, only $4. A splendid line at $5 per suit. Nobby Styles at 6.00, 7.00 and $7.50. Stylish Suits, of best workmanship, 8.00, 8.50, and $9. Bovs’ Overcoats, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, ‘7.00, 7.50, 10.00 to $20 each. Xcw Curtain Materials. 3,OK) yards of imitation Pongee Curtain Dra pery, in a handsome variety of attractive col orings and effects; only 15c. per yard. 2,500 yards of 40-inch Printed, I .ace Striped Scrims, in light, medium and dark effects, only 12}c. per yard. 1,5<X> yards of Curtain Madras Cloths, in cream and lemon, warm colorings and make very attractive window draperies; only 25c. per yard. Xcw Haw Si!/;*. Excellent styles and colorings in 50-inch Raw Silks, at l_'ic. per yard. Other prices, 65, 75c., 1.00, 1.10, 1.25, 1.35 to 82. Undoubtedly the best line yet shown. Xcw Trimming Braid*. New line of "Novelties" in Dress Trimming Braids to match the new shading in Silk and Woolen Dress Goods. Jet trimmings in pro fusion, galloons, fringes, passementeries, pen dants, etc., in great variety. Beautiful Persian Trimming Braids in oriental irridescent effects. Superior Line of Cream, Golden and Silver Braidings for trimming evening costumes. Special Notice. We make a specialty of sellinggomls by Mail, filling all orders the same day received. You are safe in buying of us, as we will cheerfully refund the money for all goods not proving entirely satisfactory. Send for our Fall Cata logue, and make up a trial order. WOODWARD & LOTHROP. Boston Dry Goods House, . Washington, D. C. Oct. 18, 1888. *> WEAREREADY FOR A TREMENDOUS FALL BUSINESS. The trade that has come to us since the opening of Fall business demonstrates that there is to bo a great many goods sold. We mean to double our sales this season, lou might just as well be aware of that fact now. It's going to make a dirtererence to \ou. We always did offer you the most for your money. Now we mean to do still better tor you this season. We mean to meet every want. By some lucky purchases early in tlio -eason we are thus enabled to offer you some special bargains in goods that we know can not be duplicated for the money elsewhere. As we said above we mean to LARGELY INCREASE OUR SALES and with that object in view we are going to make an extra push for trade this season. Come and See TTs. Oct. 11,1888. _____ WHEN YOU COME TO HAGERSTOWN don’t fail to visit UPDEGRAFFS’ GREAT STORES, where you will tiud M K o £ O 0 Eh m ® | CD I-] M » w CD $ H 5 ^ j > H H pv E H w i u k; THE NEWEST STYLES. THE LOWEST PRICES. Every Article for Mule and Female Wear from BIRTH TO DEATH OF THE Finer, Medium and Common Qualities (Except Ladles’ Hats and Bonnets.) Samples and information sent by mail. UPDEGRAFFS, HAGERSTOWN. MI). October 11, 1888. (JHJKAr HAIRS TO ALL POINTS -W E 8 T Via it. X O. It. It. The B. A 0. is the only line running solid trains to CHICAGO, ILL., CINCINNATI. 0., ST. LOUIS, MO., Where direct connections are made with all trains for MISSOURI. IOWA.DAKOTA, KAN SAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFOR NIA and OREGON. For rates, time of trains, and information in detail, call upon or address nearest Agent B. AO. K. R.or C. K.DUDROW. Traveling Passenger Agent Sept. 27, 1888—6t. Staunton, Va. .VOTIVE TO TAX-PA YERS OF CHARLESTOWN AND M1DDLEWAY DISTRICTS. 1’F Taxes are not paid promptly I will lie compelled to sell property as the law di rects. No other help for it. EUGENE BAKER, Deputy Sheritr. j June 16, 1887 Spirit and Dem. copy. .Yotiee to Trespassers. IVERSONS who trespass upon the farms of I my wife and myself near Kabletown by destroying fences, hunting thereon, or other- I wise, are hereby notified that I will prosecute ! them to the extent of the law. J. P. T. MATHIAS. Oct. 25, 1888—3t . ?#, I.YTI'. I-. tl. IRI.YO AND FAMILY SEWING. A IRS. BETTIE SLAGLE and Mrs. ELIZA ^.'1 BENNER will do all kindsof Dress Mak ing and Family Sewing promptly and at prices to suit the hard times. Residence corner of West and North street. July 8, 1886. To the Farmers amt Dairy men. TVTELL8 Richardsons Improved Butter ft Color at a great reduction. I.arge size our price 75 cents, elsewhere, 11.00, medium size our price 40 cents, elsewhere, 50 cents, ! small size our price 20 cents, elsewhere S3 cents. SEE FRANK JONES. w v \ Ti;n At. •: v' I 1 > I ' traveling agents for our goods. Liberal commissions, or salary and . expenses, to competent and reliable men. For j terms and full particulars, address J. F. LeCLARE, Nurseryman. Nov. 1, 1888—It. Brighton, N. Y. \ I Jl j Book and Stationery department. Oct. 11, ’88. A1SQUITII A CO. rPONK BEER for the Blood on draft at 1 C. FRANK JONES' Soda Counter. Mar. 15, 88. To the Front Again. An immense stock of G E N E It A L M E R CII A N DIS E bought for Spot Cash and sold for Cash. That's the reason we sell so chenp. Worsted Dress Goods, 0 to 15 cts. per yard. BARGAINS IN DRESS FLAN'LS —Tricots, Henrietta Cloths and Prints. 1111 PIECES FASCY CHESS HAMS, 10 cts. per yard. Ginghams. 6, 7 and 8 cts. per yard. 5 Cases Fancy Prints 5 to he sold at bottom prices. Headquarters for Bleached and Unbleached Cottons. Canton Flannels at Wholesale Prices. Large Stock of Red and White Flannels. Cheviots of all Styles. BEDTICKING White and Gray Blankets. Ladies’, Misses and Children's Shoes. Men’s and Boy's Boots and Shot*. Glassware, (Jucensware and Woodenwarc. We carry a full line of Fancy Groceries, Wholesale and Retail. Fine and G. A. Suit. Our Superior Brands of Roller Flour—“Prim rose” and “Superlative” are sold by ail the leading Merchants in the County. If you have never been to the Milling Store you can save money by paying us a visit. Wc Exchange FLOUR AND MEAL FOB WHEAT A CORN delivered at our store in Charlestown. Produce, Wheat and Grain taken in Exchange for Merchandise. SHENANDOAH MILLING CO. Sadler Building, Charlestown, W. Va. October 11, 1888. NOTICE : TO THE LADIES OF CHARLESTOWN AND VICINITY. I AM prepared to give my especial attention to the business of FEATHER RENOVA TION. Being a practical hand at the business and determined to give satisfaction, I repect fully solicit a -hare of public patronage. I have the only feather machine established in the county. This machine will take all dirt and impurity from feathers and destroy all moth. Carpets and blankets can also lie reno vated and moth removed from them. Every body that has b ather beds ought to have them renovated while prices are so moderate. All persons who have work of this kind will call on me or address me by postal card. Country produce taken in exchange for work.. THOMAS G. RUST, Congress St., Charlestown, Jeff.Co., W. Va. August Ml. 1888—3m. New Coal ami Wood Yard. J. C. WYATT & CO., Dealer* in Coal and Wood, Fertilizerf, dec., CharlestowD, W. Va. A good supply of Coal and Wood will be kept at hand at the lowest prices. Market Prices paid for Grain. Orders left at J. R. Ilodrick's or 8. 8. Dal garn’s stores promptly attended to. Coal and Wood Yard and Office at Shenan doah Valley Dei>ot. J. G. WYATT A CO. October 18, 1888-1 yr. Dr. Jaeger’s SANITARY WOiLEN CLOTHING. Dr. Jager's Sanitary Woolen Clothing is now being recommonded and adopted by the leading Physicians of the world. Specially adapted for the preservation of the vital forces and is preventive and curative, of Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ac. Those desiring sound health and physical comfort should adopt the “system,' made of pure wool and camel's hair. Pamphlets containing prices on hand. Goods furnished at New York prices. Orders trken by CIIAS. J. BERRY. Agt.. Sept. 27, 1888—3m.• Ripou, W. Va