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TH I\&SUi VI ' <• i> »1*» .4 Proclamation by the President Set ting Apart Ihurmlay, November-9. The following proclamation has been is sued by the President ot the l ulled Mates: Constant thanksgiving and gratitude :<r<‘ due ir m the Aunricau people to A• mighty Clod tor ill' gomlu*"> ami meiCV, wuii'ti have K»d>*wed them -iuce ll»e nay lie made< them a uaiiou ami vouch-a ed l>* tuviu a free government. tv uu l.vng kimine-s He has constantly le-l u> Ml tue way ot prosperity ami greatnts>. ii* i<as mil vi> Hed witU»« itt puni'tiui ntuur shortcomings, but with gracious care He has warned u.s oj our dependence ujhjii His forbcariugs, and has taught us that obedituoe to His holy law is the price ot a coutiuuauce ot His precious gilts. ,t ... Iu JhCkJlOWlttlL ol u . til At ^ * • j ‘ i llW done tor us as a nation, and to the end tint ou an a point* l day the unit >1 prayers and praise ot a grate I ul country may reach tue Throne ol drace. I, drover 1 lew.an , 1 r,s ideut of tie United CNat s, do bereoy Uesig niitv ihiuJ >t*t a pan I utuwiiiy, Hu? ninth day of November iustant, as a day of tbauk'gi ving ami prayer, to be kept aud ob served throughout the land. On that day let all our people sU pend their ordinary work and occupations, and iu their acca-iomed places of wtnsliip, with prayer and songs ot prai- \ render thanks to God for all His mercies, for the abuo-iant harvests which have rewarded the toil ot the husbandman during the y ir that has passed, and for the rieh rewards ‘.hat have followed the labors of uiir people in tb* ir shops and their m irts of trade and traffic . Let as give thanks for peace and f*>r social [ order and coutenluient within our borders, i and for our advancement in alt that adds to national great ne- - And mindful of theafflictive dispensation with which a | >rt;<>n of our oid has be« n vUit.-,l l.-t 11 n ii K li l I > e Ottl sei* before the |>o* r*»i *1, aefc-i " *l-»‘ i«*> merry hi s tting b*<i|llds to t a* dca'llv march of pestilence, anti let out' heart- he chastened by -ympathy with eur fedlow countrymen who have -uii ;re 1 and \v..u mourn. And as we return thank- for all the l*h -■> ings which we have r c :•* I from tin* hand that 11 h a enjoi* >1 upon u- charity, and OO this da v t ii. nk-ait ing let u-g- n mat* |y remember t lie j >r ml i dy, m> that our ceptable in the -ight <>' the l.ord D >ne at the city o’ Washington, on th*' first d *v of N and eightv eight, md i i tin* ye*.rot itole pend* ice of th*- l i t i St.i - t. * tie hun dred an I thirteenth In wilii* -s wher* *>f I I i\*' ' eretintos 'ti ed mv i ani>* and can- I the - al <d the I’niti 1 Sta’i - • i I * ; x 1 r.novKti Clf.vki.anr* By th P> - ’: T F. I'vYAt.D. S ’ . *• f State. In 1S7*', wl n IV - ! • r i^rmt win vi«it ing tli* Sr I. u - I ir. \ in o' >a lies were introduced to tmn where upon he spoke in very I tgh ter - ■».’ St I. uis, ttie fair, etc. *’Y"U . re mistaken. Mr. Presi dent; we are i.*t ft in'*' I. ii«. .aughirig ly said one of tin . ii-; “wo -u from K**n tuckv, a very tin ■ -’a' *, you know, which posess< - tin e tiling- a me a of taste um-t apprvei . Sn .■ tl •* Pi -h1< t a t*d iier wit it they w re* She* aii-wt r *d, “We have tile fas' *th>rs *, the pr.*t'.e-4 women and the finest wbi-kev i i I * *r'd. Flie President replied “Y lir h r-c- are Cer tainly just . rem wr.**!; I l moon me farm near here; yourself and | art) prove the corr Ttne-- of your -re<**'*t <•.>- rvation but wlsi»kee i- * He **t ti •* th - t a. r that it randy has a lair chance to bcco ,.e good.” The First Symptoms of Itrath, Fir 1 tv ling, * . I I i***, p a- in e . rious part' oi the* ay, -iukintf at tin* pit of the -tom ch, ! *-s ot app*tite. le*eeri'h ne.-s, pimph - or >r> .. deuce of j a- 1 ■ I "1 N ito r <*w svp' ;ii' | ’>s. ' : Um r a [ »-itiee guarantee. C. Fr i ■ . 'M- . dir I tive, : : I ir<! y i y tu<> ! j* s re alike Yt the pure! • w ■> . i t» i- a fur nitur wau r«'•*!»« of l« day Slid- hi f 111a lor -ui the tab -. t ' and bric-a-nra - • i hou-e tumid every much Of tilt* -• »e or red - dl>-. :u d tl" v. •< d u-ed is souie tun, - r , - I . ii s-:d j ’iin wood. A .-holt . Xj i.ri.i r.\..d- t!ie «i• cejdion. m»u;« y r- ac«* pf.no mauufac vitiiit . I | ■■ ta-’.i Ivin . i j dark. r w*> "i tlisiu i - .V' -t i : ii ut > u-e, so that many of the cheaper pi no cm*-* <>t to-day an* ii .*.! •• ' I m u -i; value o' r • .vi -hi - -;r. . or and th ar . \. r v r> i» ' Pi rents Criminally Liable. six j . sir- of . -•*. An sir »• ih -- y away each year, I’areut- ar rii ; tal v ft*n •iblc t-r llii- ! .! ii r v ..i t d -en in Km* land i- h — ii ill 'hi- Acker Krikdi-li Babv .** brino i i- .-m it ilia-*i dl h* r chu«. - v.m biri' •! Yu c. .'!••. 1 1 be wi! .*ut t, C. Frank J The de ire ?■> rniui taxation will n»»t Kt-torm. M* u t the department- •»; w l r \ !\c the -ubj> et in th r i: - -ooner o later, t ■ to t i ' tax. - i vond th« nee of fee ri i.» . re un ju-t and the party th •' ni.i d>* t m -t to rentoT* tiie hurt hi ft ■: i lb a»ot t* people wid eveiitu . c« the *►*i»ii« - of this ar-- - . nt < t the i' opl l>\ t • ; In view of ti. s j 1> e party, tho* r.-ptt , Hi r . i p« r.i t i’s *•» six . .i n- i 1 v ■ anny t it v ii ti i npb,: >* ii day ol re Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Shiloh - Catarrh I: u- iJy, a ui:truv.u cure! r( frh, I» C iiker.M ui . and Heal ' U'i* an in.o’ni *- Na.-al ! r the mure su ' ' I. ' ' ■'!' without extra r ■ * ••• i’ « •-* •> ' cects. r Sold by C. i dw.Ni.; i 4 44 4* V 4 sYiil U m LEAS! 11,!,' wcl I -ImuUl smile. U« ns eo into JOM > ri* KM Vt Y uni! net a Mil* Mhakp A„tl tlmsiit tt lake? It act* there just the >aiue. Males enormous! Everybody drinks Mvxuvs >ur.Ril.t, much as the Spanish na tives Of the Uml on which this fruit is grown, love to sink into what be termed In* nocuous desuetude.” They adhere to this drink which, while it in every way rests and mots t lie nerves, does notin any manner dead en the intellect; non-alcoholic, delicious tla v.»r. Prop m and try a glass. And don t for get we positively sell DRUGS, t-l„ per t i . i<v oilier I 'run More in the e inti tv tnr mothsl.V per .b t,-«. Eve t-la-is. 1-i'hmg laekle. Rase Hall .1> I ,ivn Tennis Ihujttels and k-dK Ham mocks. St.it ■ in-rv, B --ks. Gold I’ens and I eii , jjv , . :,r- patent Medicines at cost, lilac* berry Wine very tine. Pure Whiskey tor me dicinal use. prescriptions carefully compounded by Graduates of Pliar tuaev, at rcusonaMe prices. Thankim: mu for pa-t patronaire and solic itinjf a coiitiiiuaneeof -ame. It iseverybody » ir.teres* tot • :et m> prices. lb-pvi tt'ullv, C. FRANKJONEd. July 5. 1S'S. p.L Y YOU HOLIDAY CON FECTIONS OF HENRY DUMM. UONTd INS, CHOCOLATES, -ABSOLUTKLY PURE CAXDlES Forcign and Domestic! FUl>iI NT IS AND FRUITS. _PRESENTS IN GREAT PROFUSION For Man. Woman and Child. Infinite Variety of Dolls. Games, Novelties, Toys, r. :'n. Sle.N. and Sh-ijrlis, • r f.1 I We p e i>e the Boys Inti -el1. *ui if day s OLD KHIS W \S >1 NIFICENT IN IIIS IN YOlCl S OF Christ nia.^ Goods Tills SEASON. And in store a No large supplies of sweetmeats and the essential elements for Cakes and Pud dtn-js for the Holiday time. F.« .1 - .ii v i!- sttppiieil with CAKE of every ki FUl’lI CAKK it specialty All imeie ( . ■>-,h r or for sale at toy counter. I h ave mu le unusual preparation to supply the ttesters the best quality—sold in quantity is in the market for the purchase of live stock rows AND CALNES. SHEEP, LAMBS HOGS. &C. H'.-hest Market Price Giv. n for Wool. M.r h - * 1>S'. STOP THAT HORFitBL': COUCH! Go at ot ee and get a bottle of i*KIMu:Y’s spei: 10 ci:ke. foe ' highs and colds. ^H* »l7l.l> ay a hot tie llol it doe- Hot i. ov.--.iM- i- -1 ei, . 'O tlie *•. torn of tin-empty* f->r it in other a • "N. Sohl hv *■ T. LIGHT. ] ) IMLKY S sarsaparilla - >ld on tin- above ' tl T LIGHT. HIM LEY’S Iron and Wahoo Bitters -old on tlie same plan by G. T. LIGHT. BU3LD3N LOTS F M 6ALE. SI.VEBAL Bl'il.DING LOT' -itn.i d near _1 • o- urp te m - opp >:te tlie Nursery oi Wm. Hopk i-. are ullrml for - neon the t»i-■ n | 1 : .-•» m«> .iaiy Apply to F. B i ht. -. wl * Wii* -h ivv p it DAVIS* CO. June L’ ss? . ?/ a s s. g. ?* /: i. s. a 33 1 < • a\ n.V> taken iiestorer u on Main street, in builitii 'j,. the linll.tiier property, w -e-h «v . I * i. K — M.Vlvl Nl. in-1 K.V.M II.T sKU l.Ni :i g > >•! style ami;:t reasoiuihic ..,r_ > *e vvul a pleasi i to have tin* put n • ot • >li if* o' the town m.i vicinity, 1 ■. 11 vi -fivi I roter vitisfaction. > • oi Dr. " Lrimniiiu* and \' m- to » 1 - invitv the attention oi NOTICE. VLI. p-'is' • indebted t« the undersigned a.« er Agent o! the U. d 0. Ii. Ii. Company • 1 Fr-ights, * t’oiBTiiis-inB*. or to tbe late Urn; -t st.irr v X I.-- are aotihed that payment oiuat be made at once. Ju v 13. 1-7- J. I). STARRY. For Su!c. V -i.' ii.V- i V\*l) t.-over ,t B iker Sewing ire" -a* • Foriti formation apply at FUFF. FRFss OFFH K. 1 Vitl'iis, T .'i • M !i -_itie' • Ti -aiii .ils, Hair, V. ’ \ 0 -ii ,u : ii-li ~ S Mp>. I- «v ■ I’liv- oi-c.i'i always - ip . in a- v - f- mi our large supply of AT«*l l I'H ,v Ci). Ail, 30. I--. “I j \ j 1 It* »X I s Wnti, ■ To per at prices to •J\ ** * - ir . v. ; v1* 1 v >01.10*1 Envelope's at loo Ite.un- of Writing Taper, ranging from >.• to gm a tiilire at < i-VN % JONl> PHARMACY. I.' \ \Tt» ; A’i El> A:; • - lb : 1 '< uclies and ‘ J P - v i ' ». EBY. W^IN'i KE • 11*>P He X .1 • h.-f-t..!cs 11 is for * \ BRA! n: ! :i ' iff* i- Sliak-poare, -V |.o i. M- re, D\ •>!!. Ac. Also a • 1.1 b< - po, k, t Books ."NT- Pil.VRMACY. yJV'i . *■ ■ ~ ■ t NI i-.it.i,Coriander ■ JoSKn PHARMACY. 1 N.' Ci> A 1 VERMIN Persia! Insect 0 I t ■ i.i S .ap, <Jk. r. V O M.iif,r ml IL-I Bug Poi Ais^rmi v co. T*» Vi's \V, , stun a large -t'K'k of We call -iHvial attention to ir i" 7 • - ».i:- AlMjl'l Mi «V tX>. v' i- r t >ii J • pi. 2 ..rai > Quinine i’illa 1“ . <: >g., Jat. in i (Huger 6oc.pint at t . i:\\K Juni:-' l>iu1» .Store. w i AKERS Extracts, for-ale bv O C. 1>. EBY. MtH NTAlN B!'<"XWI1 FAT 1 cents a W S MERCHANTS yj !LVKK -KIN" oXI'.'S SETS for -Peat O )...r. W, s AimUIH * CO.’S I AM Opening the Fall Season WITH New Goods Arriving Daily. m TRUNKS I NEW CLOTHING. Sept 1, 1888. GEO. H. 11 AG LEY. MERRY XM AS. My Annual Grand Chistmas Disp ay OF itoUs, Toys, frames, and the Latest and Rarest Novelties of Fancy Goods, suitable for Presents, now open. Great assort ment of FINE CONFECTIONS, to please young and old. A large supply of Foreign and Domestic Fit 1ST* .I.V« .YI TS. plain and ornamental cakes. ON'S FEUS. Received daily, larger than ever. Have always ,,u hand two kinds. Solid measure and cheap. Leave your orders. An early inspection is kindly requested. Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to merif a continuance, i am Kesperlfullv. Dee. 15, 1»7. GUSTAV DROWN. c. ip. eb:*v GROCER, AND DEALER IN QUEENSWARE CLASS AND WOODENWARE, Cottier of Charles and Main Streets. Everything in the line of the FAMI LY GROCER ttevs-arv to good living supplied at mod erate [trices. Fuesii Country Produce. July 29,1889. * P. Xj. Beller CONTRACTflt&BUILDER OFFERS his services and will vigorously . proseeute his avooation a> Carpenter and Builder, and will take orders and execute the sa.ne promptly and satisfactorily. His ex[»e ri. i t .• i- s a lt t i.it he can guarantee perfect workmanship, and his [trices will compare fa voruhlv with the most reasonable. Those de Knil.t <»r imnmve should irive him a ca'I. Jail. 7. 1 SSt>. OWEN* HOUSE. European Plan Ul." PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Neartlie Treasury, Washington City. Elegantly Furnished Rooms, single, double oren suite, $l.UO and $1.50 per day. Special rates for the week, month, or longer. DUFFY A LEANNAKDA, Dec. . 1882. Proprietors. Cri*t‘en’s Hotel. ll SUPER’S FERRY,WEST VIRGINIA. !>I RST-CL.YSS Restaurant ami Livery Stables in connection with Hotel; also HU.UARl> AM> JVOL ROOMS. UEo. W. GREEN, Proprietor. U. W. Drew, Clerk. June Is. 1 sso, • tourer's •Yotice. 'pill*, undersign..-.1 offer.- his services to the i public a^ Auctioneer. An experience of several years enables me to perform tlie service required in an efficient and acceptable man ner. Prompt attention to all calls upon me. Jan. 12. l's> -'Sm. THOM AS J. WEST. LOOK OUT* VLL persons indebted to me will please come . forward and settle by Cash or Note, 1 want my budm-ss settled, as this is a New Year, and don't vou forget it. F. B.SOUDEKS. Jan. 25. Isvt 100.000 Pounds of Wool WAN FED. for which the highest market price will be paid in Cash. To be delivered at the A iams Kx;we» Office, Charlestown, or at the Jedcrson Woolen r'actorv. C HORACE GALL Y1IER. Agent for Juo. J. Jobe. April 1 1"S. Lattdrt fit's Harden Seeds. I HAVE i full »tock of these valuable and re . Si.i‘ !.• - -1- • *t!i ill Papers and in Hulk. l\ - Lima Leans ami KarlvCorn. GEO. T. LIGHT, Druggist. Next Door to Post Office. ( hamois Shins. / ''HAMOIS SKINS from ten to sixty cents, v Carriage Sponges and Boston Coach Oil. Aug.8ft I"- AISQU1THAGO pRESER ES YND PICKLES —A largestock I of s iti Spi es on band. Also pure Olive* iraft and in bottles. AISQCITH & CO. 1 Contractors and Builders, C A R P E N T E R 8 , MERCHANTS, FARMERS, EVERYBODY, INTENDING TO BUILD OR REMODEL, ran save time and money by leaving or sending their orders for SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, CORNICE, FENCING, CEILINGS, PALINGS, FLOORING, MOULDINGS, MANTELS, &C., OF ALL KINDS &c., TO THE i at.a r Ij a: s r o n\v STEAM SAW AID Ml lilt. '^'Satisfaction will be given as to prices and quality of work. Terms, Reasonable. WM. PHILLIPS & SONS. April 23, 1S81—y. THEBESTGOODS —FOR THE— Least Money. jliAVE a very full stock of Groceries—con sisting of Flour, Meal, Canned Goods, Teas, Codecs, byrups, Mollasses. Soaps, Pickles, .salt Fish, etc., etc. 1 make a specialty of the best N. O. Mollasses. Apples. Apples. Just received, a prime lot of Cooking and Eating Apples. The best brands of Tobacco and Cigars always on band. MEATS. In connection with my grocery I keep a first class Meat Shop, and can supply my customers with the choicest meats. 1 have the very best umiir-Mi.iui- *uj' i i i.iu I in' 'i t. T-hauking my patrons tor theii kind treat ment in the pa>t i solicit a continuance of the same. Respectfully, 1 >ec. 25, 1**1. \V. S. MERCH AN'T. A \TE HAVE just received a new and elegant \ \ assortment of Combs and Hair Brushes, also Tooth ami Nail Brushes. AISQUITII Ar. CO. OUR OWN PALM SOAl’-made front pure Palm Oil ami Soda. Ten gross just re ceived and for sale at 5 cents per cake. Also a large lot of all of the most popular fancy soaps. AISQUITII A CO. J UST RECEIVED—a large lot of Boston Coach Oil for oilin Buggies, Carriages. Ac. Also •Favorite" Sewing Machine Oil and Con tinental Ointment for man or beast. AISQUITII A t’O. \ LARGE STOCK of Arnold’s Chemical Writing Fluid and Statford's Commercial Inks, all sizes, for sale at AISQUITII A CO.'S ’ E have just received in stock Pure Black y\ and Red Pepper. Sage and Sweet Mar joram. all freshly ground. Also pure granula ted Saltpetre and Coriander Seed lor seasoning sausage and i tiring pork. Al-’QUI I'll A CO. *11 REAMS of Writing Paper, all sizes and *)''sort'. Also 20,000 Envelopes just put on sale in our Book and Stationery Department. October 27 la*7. AISO.UITH A CO. l: -. .«? H.-fta tfbli “/ S ^ «PC». \V«rratn«»d. f i aol-i Huotln* Cm f • /.;/ ^ %\ f tirxaiit 1 n»acniSi*nt. / -* * .J Vfi la ’ * *• Y~m k >w with or.»rka aril cwi of V ..i/ enttilwlMO.XErtnJiO.t \ y In rath locality enn tecura on# \ dv pm i . * ♦'•Wet ** ' y We answer—wo want one p«T» _-* . tJtf *—'tr »|tty. to kNfl in to tbooi* w ‘.:o call, aC0D|'fct* lino 0? OU? I, • . an | v.»- u - til llOt'M MOL > S\tl 1M.11, Th'. .c».«aw« l *a tl»o watch,wt •©!»«! fr#a.ao4 after yoo i m v cr home for » month* au*l »l*own them re t > riiav ha*- called.'.bay become your own prpprrtfi It to fa: •!.' uti IM 1 Ki^at c»ff*r, ecnitnffthe kUl.llk 42<#1 i# v it hand C«.m aatnplea fr. e *» thealiowlOROf uU,. • t l.v alw*>* multi in a Urgeirau* for Baa.* r.-.r- P! -• Darn in a loraltty !•»«■• month ©r two * • i •» i »I • glJ . t*.< f'-untry Tblf.tho tnoat wonderful offer cter k, ’ ' , • ii»tr Vrf »t our aanifJ* on:*}' b • 1 at t^j-a _ 11 ■ K \ f - •• h l*u*r Amer'-a. Wt. •• at one*. a»»4 Z. : ti • i : It . I It H II ly !.« ’ any troollo . * . tj„ . icnt iU *p tv'iomay call *l v -ur I >:»»• .. . . \\ b> «t ■«t)#'artory. a j »ulc*nloa _ ti »t *•»: h't -on h ■■■ »n. if yon ^ ■ r r: * r. -lia-m l.*4»»ne. It ,t If yea do I : i. • • ■ .. • ■ rni. .tiflts, «-r< »!!-• -Is. Wu. ..j oto. * ce, Doxin', rua.Lz.M*, dains. Dec. 1. 1"7. Root uii<1 Shoe Malcin/LT. REPAIRING .AC. rpH K undergigned hasremoved hig Shopto tbe I tiaildiogon tbecorner of Obariesaml Liberty street*—it’the building lately occupied by Wei rick Weller. TbecbaracteVoftheworkdoncby tb*'>oib«criberig well known andappreciatedby tbe citizenso rharlestown and ricinitv. I tis hardly necessars to add that he willendeavorto sustain bis reputation a- a reliable workman.and wi’lex ecute promptly and at reagonabh-rates all irder* giTenhim eltberfor New work or Repairing. JOHN AVIS ol Wni. May 16,1874. April 15, 1876. r TRUSSES anil Shoulder Braces at I JONES’PHARMACY.' Oi'HCOL SUPPLIES at a great reduction at 0 JONE<’ PHARMACY. r|’RY Jones’ Cough Syrup cure any cough I or money refunded at JUNES’ PHARMACY. 1 RESUMPTIONS a Specialty. I C. FRANK JONES. I’ll. G. IT'YE GLASSES and Gold Pens and Pencils at JUNES’ PHARMACY. IlME FRU’T TAR. Wild Cherry. Flax Seed j and Hoarhound Drops for coughs at C. FRANK JONES’ PH \RMACY. October JO. is>7. Paint Season 1887. t \rE arc offering the Celebrated Tinted t ' Gloss Paint, all colors, for $1 Jo per gal lon. White inside and out $1 -10 per gallon. We have the Metropolitan Paint in seven color? at the low price of $1.00 per gallon. Imperial Carriage Paint in two colors. All colors ot Paint in 1 pound cans. April 28, 18*>7. AISQUITH A CO. SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES, V( i>M PLF IT! stock of Public School Book . all hooks used in Charlestown Male Acad emy and Stephens ui Female Seminary. Copy Books. Tablets. Slates, Pen holders. Pencils and everything pertaining to School Supplies, just received and for Mile in the Book and Station ery Department. Aug. 50. 1888. AISQUITH A CO. To the Pnblff. 11IAYE in -,tock some superior brands of Whiskeys, among them a Sour Mash Ken tucky Whiskey highly recommended as una dulterated ami pure. * Nov.22. Johns, eastkhday aco. \\ ’OFLI) iuf>rm the publi ifi.it every I’re pared by rue individually. Persons can tind me at night at the room over the old Sheriff"s Office. Jail Building. Respectfully. July 1(1, 1881. ~ GEO.T.'LIGHT VIT'E call the atention of housekeepers to tl the following: Gelatine. Corn Starch, Iri>h Mo-s. Tapioca. Ext. Lemen. Ext. Vanilla. Ext Bitter Aln:„.id and French Rose Water— all of which we carry constantly in stuck at lowest prices. AISQUITH A CO. Nor 17, 1887. Look t I)AIN’T your carriages, buggies, Ac., with Pierce A Co.’s Quick Drying Coach Black, ready for use. AISQUITH A CO. April 16. 1SS5. JX)NIC BEER for the Blood on draft at C. Frank Junes’ Sods Co i Mar. 15. ’$?. Thera it a Cure/or Everything. HOG CHOLERA. CUKE AND PREVENTIVE! I (Patented April 27, 1883.) To the Pi'BLic.—We wish to say that this great and only remedy is not the result of any chances, neither is it a’ nostrum for speculation, hut has been experimented with and thorough ly teste * for two years prior to our purchasing it. The man who first used it was Moses Frantz, who had charge of a herd ot 2.>00 hogs in 1884. 500 of these died with cholera. Mr Frantz and Mr. Each us experimented in every conceivable manner to check the ravages of the disease, dissecting many dead hogs, and compounding many prescriptions, until they happily hit upon a remedy. Before Mr. r runtz could put his remedy before the people he died from blood j»oisoiiing. brought on by cutting ui) dead hogs which had died with cholera, lie left all his trilling worldly effects to Mr. Each us, who had not the necessary means to put it before the public, and who was anxious that some of his old friends should have it. When Mr. Eachuscame here we had little faith in his cure, but, after testing it in many severe cases at home—notably. Mr. Rhodes' and Mr. Felteberger’s—we became convinced beyond doubt that it was all he claimed for it. Since then we have used it in many severe cases, and the result is bef ire the public. Not a sin gle hog has died which we treated, and in no case have any taken it when fed this remedy. It will cure Hog Cholera, it will prevent Hog Cholera. We have been at heavy expense placing a cure before the people, and now only ask that they appreciate our efforts by giving it a trial. It will pay you to feed it if your hogs are well. It will kill every manner of louse, insect life in hog, trichinae not excepted. It will kill every nit and louse on the hog. It will cleanse your hog of scruff or mange. It will increase the appetite five-fold. It is just what every body has been looking for. HOG CHOLERA! The disease gets its origin from a low order of insect life—on and in the animal. There is in the medicine an ingredient which extermi nates insects and nits, both internally oml ex ternally. . The kidneys do not act properly, which is also provideil for. Dissecting hundreds of hogs has shown that mortitication always sets in before death, which per cent, of hogs afflicted are constipated. To obviate this, the medicine contains a laxative and resolvent. In the other three per cent, the bowels ere found to he loose, which is overcome by the use of Tincture of Opium with the medicine, as per directions on the bottle. The medicine al.-o contains a powerful tonic to build up thedebilitated condition of the hog. PRICE, $1.00 PER QUART BOTTLE. Jones A Betleb—Gentlemen—I have used the patented Hog Cholera preventive with successful effect. 11 is an excellent remedy and certainly a public blessing. A. .1. RUTHERFORD. Lake View Farm, Clarke Co., Va. Dec. 5, 1888. For sale at C. Frank Jones Drug Store and will be in country stores generally. July 20. 18*vS. JONES & BUTLER. COACH FACTORY L.I VEKY, Furniture Establishment, &c rpflE undersigned having purchased the old es I tablished Coach Factory oftbe late Wells J Hawks,in Charlestown, with the view of enter ing into the CARKIAGE BUSINESS, in all its branches, offers for sale alargenurabe of Now and Second-hand Carriages, Buggies, J jiggers, &c at the lowest prices and upon the most accommo dating terms. OLD CARRIAGES TAKES IS EXCHASGi FOR SEW. All Kinds of Repairs done with neatness and dispatch, and satisfactioi guaranteed. HORSES AMD CARRIAGES For. HIRE. Inconnection with the above I willcontinu the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared! furnish Carriages, Buggies and /aggers at th shortest notice. v^The above business will be under the su perintendence of Abram Mump. furniture: I also offer to the public alarge lot of Furni ture, comprising CHAIRS, TA RLES( Ext. n.inn and other)!! El) STEA US, HA TTRESSES, and a! 1 articles usually found in a Furniture Es tabliahment. Old Furniture Repaired. UNDEKTAKING, I wi llbe prepared in n short time to give tn; special attention to the business of Undertaking Being a practical mechanic and determined t give satisfaction, 1 respectfully solicit a share o pub! ic patrons ee. LEWIS STARRY. May 1877. Jeffcrssn Steam Saw Mill, Charletfo’en, HVs/ la. JOHN fcScKNiCHT, PROPRIETOR. WILL pay the Highest Market Price for IIICKOIiY'. WALNUT, and all kinds of Hard Timber, delivered at his Mill or on the ground. Keeps on band for sab FEXCIXG PL A XK, RAILING, POSTS, and all kinds of Hard Lumber. Also, Spokes, Handles, Slei^li Kunners, Kims, &c. fur sale in large or small quantities. < TSTOM SAWING done at reasonable rates. Thanking yon for past patronage, by strici attention to business I hope for acontinuanci of the same. May 22, 18S4—ly. LUMBER, SHINGLES & WOOD, HAVING recently purchased a large bod) of fine Timber at Flowing Springs, real Charlestown, and put in operation there oui Steam Saw-Mill, we are prepared to furnish a! kindsof Oak Lumber, FENCING PLANK, FRAME U MBER, LAI SHINGLES and WOOD by the COP.D. Wil sell either to be delivered or on the ground. FR AZIER A COLSTON. Feb. 26,‘85. ^Democrat copy.] Chair Seats Caned. \IUS. J.N. WHITTINGTON is prepared It AL Repair Cane Seat Chain at short notice and upon easy terms, at her home in tin Southern suburbs of Charlestown, on Bloom ery turnpike. September 23, 1382. Stress-* Jinking AND FAMILY SEWING. rpiIE undersigned will do Dre.-s-Making atu X Family Sew ing upon reasonable terms a her residence next door to Mr. Burton's oi Lawrence street. A share of patronage solid ted. MRS. MARY ROBERTSON. April 8.18SC. DR. Seth Arnold's Cough Killer—a sure quick and safe remedy. Large stock, li cents per bottle, August 2m. ISs-5. AJ8QUITH & CO. Dll CTGGrlSTS, Court House Square, Charleston n, W. Va. Dealers in DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS. PERFUMERY. DRUGGISTS’ FANCY GOODS. A large stock of the above always in stock, to which we call the attention of the public. A fine stock of Stationery and School Rooks always in store. March 10. 1887. Important Notice to Builders r pH E undersigned is giving his sol eat ten tion to 1 the LUMBER BUSINESS, at Roadside, Rockingham County, Virginia,and has facilities Tor tilling orders ot any extent and great variety. He commands forests ol growing timber ot the very best qualitv, and milling ca parity to meet the most extravagant demands of this section. iir,lur<tnr I.umber ftw building purpose, cutin size and length to meet the demands ot Builders or others, filled promptly upon terms with which no other person in the Valle? of Vir ginia can compete successfully. The subscriber has in former years supplied very many persons in this section with I,umber, andin returning tbanksfor past patronage.and in soliciting the orders of old customer? and new, promises a careful personal supervision, so that orders mar pesatisfactoril? filled. Address, DR. 8. P. A-MILLER, Elkton, S. V K. R. Rockingham Co., March 16,1878. Virginia. FRUIT HILL NURSERY, Charlestown, Jefferson Conoty, West Virginia. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Flower and Vegetable PLANTS, Hlirut»t>e t\v ,Jko. rpHE subiciiberscallattention to thegreat ?a riety o! Trees, Plants, Vines,Roses,Ac.,4c., at their' FVuIt Hill Niimery, and are gratified to be conscious o I having a stock likely to please all win patrojize them. They will not undertake to present in '.hi? advertise ment a catalogue of stock on hand, but will be content to generalize, hoping that our people will cal I and seefor themselves that the necessity for sending abroad for Treef,Shrubbery,d‘c.,nolon ger exists. We have 1 SO,OOO Apple Trees—choice varieties; 5,000 Pencil Trees, , Strawberry Pl.iiits, Asparagus Roots, Green House and Bedding Wants - Cabbage,Tomato, Egg .Cauliflower and Sweet Potato, ailfor sale Cheap lor Cash. April 15, 1876—tf. HOPKINS A CO. I MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS, T. M. Turner, MAIITINSIIURG, W.VA Manufacturer and Dealer in the best ' MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, r And Dealer in all Kinds of IRON FENCING. ' I solicit orders front Berkeley, Jefferson and f adjacent Counties. I guarantee work to be ex ecuted in u satisfactory manner and at prices as low ami lower than anv other Marble works in the Valley. August 21, 1834. 1 CHARLESTOWN 31 A Hli I< 10 WORKS, Corner ok George Street and Twenty Foot Alley. Diehl & Bro. MANl'KACTURERS OK 310 Y U 31 i; ,\TS, TO 31 its, Head and Foot Stones, Mantles, Statues and Carving, in all its various branches, and all work in their business. All orders promptly filled at the lowest rate, and shortest notice, and all work delivered and put up, and guar anteed to suit purchasers. If not, no sale.— Please call and see and judge for yourselves be fore pur<ha-ingc!s -v.here, and patroniz* Home Manufacturers. The subscribers have also in operation their shop in Martinsburg, where they will give propmt attention to all work entrusted to them. DIEHL Si BRO. Charlestown, July 18, 1807—y. i \\T A It N K R ’ ,3 Kidney Cure, Warner's Rheu VV matic Hafe Cure. Hold hy G. T. LIGHT, VLETRIS Cordial, Celerina, Wine of Cocoa and Acker s English Remedies. Hold hy j G. T. LIGHT. 17XTKACT White Rose, do. Frangipani, do. L Bouijiiet.f r the handkerchief. S.ild by Feb. 2. 1888. GEO. T. LIGHT. 1)AINTH, Oils, Vamiabes, Window Glnaa, Putty, Paint Brushes, Ac. We have a large stock of these goods on hand to which we call the attention of the people. Lewis' pure Ix*ad, pure Linseed Oil and Lucas' celebrated Pre pared Paints, ready to apply, in all colors in cans from one i«ound to one gallon. We have all colors, either -dry or in oil. Examine our 1 stock before purchasing elsewhere. Apr. 16, ’86. AisyL JTH A CO. Stiamond Stffes. VS the Spring advances we call attention to . a lull stock of Diamond Dyes, and guar antee them to color Ribbons, Dresses. Hats, Feathers aud Cotton Goods. GEO. T. LIGHT, Druggist, Next Door to Post Office. I*rirate Sale. \\ ERY desirable place of 41 acres, j mile - from Charlestown, suitable for home or , summer residence. Two dwelling bouses 5 > rooms each, and all necessary out buildings Apply to A. W. CRAMER, i Charlestown, JelF. Co.. W. Va. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Time Table in Effect April 29th, 1888. NORTHWARD. »7" 410 148 474) Stations. I’ass. Pass. Mix. Mix. Lexington— Lv A.M. A.M P.M P.M.J Staunton— “ 8 5n Harrisonburg— “I 9 53 12 00 4 30) Mt. Jackson— “I 10 5u 1 53 6 03 Woodstock— “ 11 22 3 09 6 40 Strw-burg— “ | 11 50 4 07 7 31 Capon Road— “ P.M 5 00 7 44 Winchester— “ 6 00 12 49 7 10 8 48 Stephenson— “ 0 08 12 59 7 30 9 04 Charlestown— “ , 0 45 1 39 9 04 10 10 Harj>er’s Ferry Ar 7 03 2 01 9 51 10 50| Washington— “ j 9 3o 4 15 Baltimore— 110 30 5 30 Wilmington— ’’ j Philadelphia— 1 Trains N<>. 470. 410 and 448 are daily except Sundav ; Train No. 450 runs Sunday only. Additional mixed trains leave Unrlestown 12.43 a. m. and 4 07 p. m., and arrive at Harper s Kerry at 1.21 a. in and 5 22 p. m. SOUTHWARD. «!» Stations. Pa®* PflSS- Mix. Mix. Philadelphia— Lv A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. Wilmington— “ Baltimore— “ 9 99 i r5 Ki??i£7y “ Ti »■ ? 8 1 00 T15 Charlestown— “ 12 5U » 0*. 2 11 s t'l KSKE “• SIS l5$ iar- •• is ill?s Woodstock— *j 2 02 OUCM1 Mt. Jackson— 3 37; Harrisonburg— “ 4 41 U 05 2 lo Staunton— “ * 4<» Lexington— ' 7 aoi I 1-L _ Triin- No I"'.'. 168and 447 are daily except Sundav; Train No. 449 runs Sunday only. Additional mixed ‘rams leave southward at 2 14 a. ni. and 8.35 a. m. and arrive at Ham sonhurg at 8.19 a. m. and 5.52 p. in. WESTWARD. Fast limited express, daily, for Chicago and Pittsburg leaves Baltimore at 10.00 a. in., \\ ash ! ington 10.55 a. in. Arrives at Chicago 8.oo a. ' m . Pittsburg 6 50 p. ni. i Express, daily, for Cincinnati and St. Louis leaves Baltimore at 2.00 p. m., Washington 3.00 and Harper’s Ferry at 4.28. Arrives at t mcin nati at 7.30 a. m. and St. 1-ouis at 0.30 p. in. dnilv. for St. Louis and (hi cago leaves Baltimore at 8.30 n. m., Washing ton 9.45 p. nt. and Harper’s Ferry 11.30 p.nt. Arrives at Cincinnati 5.30 p. m., St. l<ouis 7.30 a. m.. Chicago 5.40 a. m. Night Kxpppw, daily, for Pittsburg h*a\cs Baltimore at 8A5 p. m.‘. Washincton 9.15 p. m. and Harper's Feiry at 10.48 p. m. Arrives at Pittsburg 0 30 a. m. l or tickets and further information apply to B A O. Agents or to B. F. Bond. Pass. Agent, Baltimore, C. E. Dudrow, Traveling Passenger Agent. Staunton, Va. IV ,v: O. Palace Sleeping Cars are run through to Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chieagoand Pittsburg on all express trains. _ L. M. COI-E, Gen 1 Ticket Agent. CHAS. O. SCULL, Gen’l Passenger Agent. W. M CLEMENTS, General Manager. Mi] •">. i"v Shenandoah X alley Railroad. 8. F. TYLER, Receiver. Schedule in Effect May 14, ISSN. LEAVE CHARLESTOWN—SOUTHWARD. 8:32 A. M. Daily—New Orleans Express. Ro anoke and intermediate stations and all points South and Southwest. Through Pullman Sleeping cars from New York and Philadelphia to Chattanooga and Memphis. 7:17 P.M. Daily- Memphis Express from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore with day coaches to Roanoke, mak ing connect ion through to the South. LEAVE CHARLESTOWN—NORTHWARD. 10:30A.M. Daily—Baltimore Express, from all points South, arrive in Washington 1:15 P. M., Baltimore 2:15 P. M., Harrisburg 3:15 P. M., Philadelphia 0:50 P. M. , 8:53 P. M. Daily—New York and Philadelphia Express, front Memphis, Chattanoo ga and all points South. Arrive Philadelphia 4:25 A. M , New York 7:10 A. M. Sleeping cars through to New York via Harrisburg. Ticket Agents will furnish all information and through schedules upon application. O. HOWARD ROYER, Gcn’i Puss. Agt. May 17, 1888. Roanoke, Va. JEFFERSON WOOLEN 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 he operated by the un dersigned. Necessary repairs have been made and improved machinery introduced, and it is our expectation to maintain the reputation of the null and to meet thedemund ot the public for tirst-class goods. The Highest Market Price will be paid for Wool delivered at the Mill or at such points as may he designated. Orders for (Toths, Yarns, Ac., will receive prompt attention. Respectfully, J. J. JOBE A CO. Post Otiiec—Ripon, Jeflcrson County, W. Vu J. J. Jol>c A Pro. will continue tooperatethe Mill at Rrucetown, Frederick County, Virginia, and w ill pay the top market price for Wool de livered there. April, IB, 1K33. THE BEST. A I Y BAR is supplied with Liquors of every As 1 description —of the best quality. WINES, WHISKIES. 1AIDIE5, AID Baltimore and Itocnestcr Beer Pure French Brandy, ALSO Pill UYSTiliZU MCK AID BYE —allot uebest. Fresh Rochester Beer delivered anywhere intowD at $1 per dozen. FAYETTE B. SOL DERS, Jan. 25,1879. Basement Jederson Building. ATTRACTIONS. if you want an extra Ham, Cull on W. S. MERCHANT. If you want a good Slice Ham, Go to W. S. MERCHANT. If you want good Dried Reef, Go to W. S. MERCHANT. If you want Alpha Roasted Coffee, Goto W.8. MERCHANT. If you want good tea and sugar cheap, Go to W. S. MERCHANT. If you want fine Lard. Goto W. S. MERCHANT. If you want the best of Fresh Meats and Fresh and Salt Fish, Go to W. S. MERCHANT. May 14. 18HS. GKO. H. II AG LEY, Agent for Jefferson County E will have by September 1st, a full *UP v v ply of School Rooks of every description also a full line of School Sundries, such a* pens, slate pencils, satchels, Ac. We in fit* the attention of our customers, and the pul»*f to this branch of our business. Any book nek in stock furnished in a few days, aibquith a co. j ~_J