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IIMW Her Mother Joil.
At her mother’* marriage Mrs. Cleveland |
wore a white surah silk, dotted with black ,
stars and trimmed on the front with pink
satin. At her threat w a* a cardinal r«a-- |
Her brown hair wa* done a la pompadour
in front, as her best picluna show h«r
Mrs. Folsom wore a gray traveling dress o»
Henrietta cloth, and her silvery hair was
arranged like her daughter *. Alter Mr.
Perrine had saluted the bride Mr*. C au
laud kissed her on the cheek. She left a
tear upon it when she did so. Mr*. I' l*«»in
looked at her daughter a moment, then,
wiping the tear away, took Mr-. Cleveland »
hand and said;
" Frances, wiah me joy, d ar.
“ I do,dear mother; y«u know ! do,” *;nd
Mrs. Cleveland, and then *hc ki-*«d lor
mother again. This time there was no tear
stain. Mrs.Cleveland aid not ki~* her new
father; *he shook his hand, "lien t!.e
wedded pair passed out Mr*. Cleveland
tossed two slippers after them, and scattered
a handful of rice.
When Baby was sick, we (fare her Casforia,
When she was a C.uU, she cried for Castoria,
When the became Miss, she clung to Cast ria.
When she had Oiadrea, the gave them Castor ia.
The Forum for June has been receive*!
from its publisher* :n N w \'*rk I - *
tent* are; Corrupt political method*, 1*'
Senator Geo. F. Edmund*; The l»riH lo
ward Annexation, hy " Blackburn liar.'-,
Language* in Mod. rn Education, by I’"’1
J.,hn s. Blaekie; I he Etliic* <»l l’1"''"'
by VV. S. Lilly; What is the Missionary
D»ing? by Kcv. t'r . •» i.
tive G ivcrniU'-nt in Japan. kv u' l .Gnt!i-:
Preventable Causes ot Poverty, b\ l’r,
Chapin; Reducing tin* 0«*t "t Insurance,
by Adelbert Hamilton; The >!•*!• *vli ot
Monopoly, bv R v l>r. Barry; Clnap Ac«
demic T th*. bv Leonard W.,ol-ey B a .n ;
and Peasant Life in Roumauia, by 1U
Queen of Roumania.
CW»€XPT10> I IEI.T
TernaFni » nl*>rm y<-ur i»nd
evst- .. luvea»« mc:et.cl> mrtt.enU>w
! une disease, t'v it' nuu-iy m • t ‘ •u'awl**'t
u ! «**•** »;.\e t»cu |W ni.ua Ml > curt d
1 t,*l Ul . m - mil' »>• tile- < IWV r tue
<lv pitE*!' a: votMuir reader* who have c>n
«•«« .tfcwil' til- > « I M'diee tli i." viptes*
•nd ult'.- ■ e.tilie.s, Jtesi^CttU.ly
1 V sLOClil. M. C.. lStlearlbUNew
The Tombstone Epitaph sav» that at a re
cent wedding out there in Arizona the pres
ent* consisted of a furnished a mule,
a heifer, a barrel cf beer, a cask of wine,
some whiskey, a corkscrew, and several sum
of money, ranging front $25 to $1W. “ ^ *
would like to krio'-,” says the Epitaph, in
the true Western idiom. * if these sort ol
presents don’t everlastingly knock the spot
out of sachet bag*, embmi I r d slippers
ornamental suspenders, and fancy garters.
In sooth they do. But ii the o j ct wa*
ever astingly to knock the -pot* out ot
things, why didn't they omit th house and
put in a few more niu ■ s ami a levtie ui >n
whiskey ?
Oh. U'hnt .1 Con jh.
JPill you heed the warning. The signal
perhaps ot the -me appro cli ot that nmr*
terrible disease. Consumption. Aik your
selves if you can atb>rd 1 >r tile sake ot sav
ing 50 cents, to run the ri-k and do nothing
for it. He know I mm experience that
Shiloh's l ure wid Cure your Co yh It
never fails I’his explains why im rc than
a Million Bottles were sold th- pa-t year.
It relieves Croup and Whooping C >ugli at
once. Mothers d * not !>■ wit., ait i I or
Lame B.o k, Side or Chest, u-e > i'*
Porous Plaster. Sod by C. Ft: ink Joses
The storm on last 1 bur-day week was
verv destructive in the potmuac di'irict oi
Washington coil tv, .Mary. itid. 11>’ll-e
were blown down and crops d maged. A
cyclone razed to the grou I a - \ *U»rv :
bacco factorv at Dmvnle, Virginia, and six
uien were crushed t*> d- a’h
Ihisnmsin mill Liver Complaint.
Is it in**, worth lbe 'Hull price *»l 7 > * • «*'
to free yourself ot every symptom <>f these
distressing complaint', it v**u tliink soc.di
at our *t*>re aid g*’t a l***tt c »l >bib»h »
Vitalizes Every I* :t>e h*' a priw -': • r
autee <*n it, use accordingly, ami it it do.
you no go I i; wi.l* >'t y*>u i. thing. Sold
by C. Frank Jonhs
A New Y*»rk fir. man has what is !> »t de
scribe* I as a d uble stomach—a sort of pouch
in addition to the regular stoma h, into
which he can at will direct anything he
swallows (coins, et- ). retain there as long
as he pleases a *1 bring Up again unharmed
We have a speedy :.ml j* "dive t ure tor
CVarrh |»iphlh**ria. Canker Mouth, >nd
Head- Ache, in siULOIl > L'AlAltRII
REMKPY. A N — d Inject r free with
each bottle. U'e it if y*.u desire health
and sweet breath. Price ' i cents. So.d
by C. Frank Jones
Rev Willi in Brown, I* L), recently for
warded abou’six hundred v • limn’'ot his li
brary to the August. Church At a future
day other valuable b** *k*, pr> ihlv lift* en
hundre*! v*du*«es in all. will be directed U*
the church.—.V t *d * >/ • * r.
Guard ,4yain»t tltr 'strike.
And always hare a bottle ot Ackers Eng
lish Renodv in th** h i-* Y ucannot t
bow s***m Croup iiia. »trikc \**ur if one,
or a cold or cough may fasten ii>*-it upon
you. 0.*e d - ' preventive ami a t-w
doses a |— 111v«-c ir - A t i i;r *at ami I.’i g
troubles yield t*» its treatment A *am; e
bottle is given you free ami ti e Remedy
guarantied hv C Frank Jones & Co.
There are five thousand applicant for the
350 consulates within the gift of the Presi
dent Only almut fifty of th* m pay over
$2,500 a year. The great m ij rity of them
pay only $ 1,(KM).
HV Can lad Do
Guarantee Acker’s B!o*«i f lixir l*>r it ha>
been fully demonstrated t*» the people of
this country that it is superior to all other
preparations for t»!«x**1 diseases. Ir i- « p**s
itive rure for syphilitic poisoning. Ulcers.
Eruptions and Pimpbs It purifi.-s ihe|
whole system and thoroughly build' up the
constitution. Sold bv C. Irauk Jouca «i
Co. ‘
What is
Castoria is Dr. Srun’l Pitcher’s old, harmless nr<lqnicli cnro for
•i t,>m plaints Superior to Castor Oil.
Narcotic Syrups, Children cry for Tastorja. Mil*
lions nf ji<iUe:« Mess Castoria.
C- -'la cures O I>, fo-stlnation : | “I rooomrrsra'1 Cnstorla for chlMrrn'*
I complainU, u-. superior ... pUou
.1, . aiM> niJs di^ceuoo ; I L^owntoni'-. II. A Ani'iicn. .1.1..
\V, _ ;;t cootie nupcUeuoo. I 111 ho. Oxford bt. iiruoklyu. ,N.Y.
Tas CexrxrK Cohpxnt, 77 Murray Zt., New York.
RVYwma
Jan. 10. 1389-___.
c. w. mow
OFFERS FOR
1 8 8 9 .
A Complete l.iHe of
Geld ar-d Silv.r V7a''.ch:s,
CLOCKS. SILVERWARE,
GoM Sp» i tm les ami Kyc-<!la*«09.
—in fact everything pertaining t<> a
,\ t‘\v< ‘1 ry RMre.
A separate line sele teil vajufially for
Wedding & Hirthdiy Presents.
Very Re'peetfullv,
C. W. BROWN’ Jeweler.
Washington St.
Feb : 1SS0 ______ I
HEAP.
Try tho Cure
Ely’s Ore am Bal m
Clemros tho ITasr.l Passages. Al
ltvs Infaimn ition. Ilcr lr tiio Geres.
F.c3torca tho Seizes of ifrrtc, Liaioll
and Ilcariag.
A portVle £3opplL'it latoft..'tin.','trn »iJ
U agreeable, rri.-a.'. ' •. ul l>ru-lin cr by
■uul.LL. -.;.iWtctt.
Juttn.irv lit, t"f>.
First CImss
EAT1NH HOUSE.
I IIA VK I.« :i -t - i-i'\r:N<i not SI. j
I IV"l'OFFICE AVENUE. where 1 will
serve
Meals and LuncSies
it . in ra' s. Hvervtiiiiiit the market
ait-.r.N will in- I'tn »KKI* To oltOF.U in a style
wlr 'li will plea's ti e most tostidhius.
PORTER HOUSE BEEF SrEAK. MUTTON
• 'Hoi’S HAM AM* F'.t.S ETC..
or wlr 'i*v r v ur appetite I ineios please ask
foi ; I ..jijH'.il to a generous public tor their
hearty sii|.j..,rt
Vt - siievifullv, vour oIh> iient servant,
joii\ w nilours.
Pt-t tube Avenue, Winchester, Virginia.
July 14. I"*.
New Coal ami Wouil \ari!
J. G. WYATT & CO.,
L ' 11 ■ i irrotUt, /1 / tu'i
Z rrt, dc
Charh stow n. W. Va.
A L’lV'd supply of t’.i.i! arid Wood will be
kept :U ha"d it the low -t p es.
Market Pries paid for Ora n
Ord'is left at .1 li Ii■ 1 • i- k - or S. S. Pal
-ani' st >!•' promptly at 'ended ft*.
C. 1 i i W h,i| Yard i 1 tub ■ at Siietiun
i-ah Vaiiey Depot.
J WYATT ,t CO.
Oft "hi r P 1 's' — 1 yr.
WATSON HOUSE/
Charlestown, \V. Va.
JAMF.s WaISuX, Proprietor.
ME .V1..S" at all hours to suit Travelers. Tran
sient II. Milling mi Reasonable Terms
lia> ks t’>and from all traitis Free of Charge
I'he liar is Supplied with Choice Wines
Liquors. Cigars. Ac.
April 3. l'«3.
iS/at refers IIV;uteri.
'I'llM Mis-os Ware having removed to the
i di . in "Mt P..rvo " recently i.rupied
I by Mr Jan l*. !• mil anil family, will take a
ew •..'•■ei - H. h" i»e is a Very convenient
one—m ghtfnllv simite*l.
Miss I /, e Ware wall continue her Mantua
Making
April 3. lw\
NOTICK.
VI.!. person- indebted t<* the undersigned as
•o-tner Agent"! the B. <F U. It. it. Coinpant
lor Freights. "* CommissieD- or t" the laietirtn
atSuru Jt l*>rk, are notibed that payment must
be made at once.
July 13. 1*78. J. D. STARRY.
For Sate.
V<K‘ V*N*.ll < ■ rover ,tr It ker Sewing
31 ii hit .'for sale For information imply at
Feb. II •*; FREE PRESS OFFICE.
G\ ai dFufSa t Pen| cr, Salp“ tre and
• WuUml lor sale by C. P. i-ii Y.
V. BP . JUMP I ,
GROCER,
AND DEALER IN QUEENSWARE
GLASS AND WOODENWARE,
Corner of Charles and Main Street?.
Everything in the line of the
PAM ILY GROCER
necessary to good living supplied at mod
erate prices.
Pitrxi Country Produce.
July 29. l*W6.
F. E. Belle
CONIRA'T.R&BUILDER
OFFERS his services and will vigorously
prosecute his uViS-atioii as Carpenter and
Uuihh-r. and "ill take orders and execute the
same promptlv and satisfactorily. His expe
rience i' 'Ueh t tat he can guarantee |K.rleet
workmanship. and lie prices "ill compare fa
vorablv "ith the most reit'onahle. _1 hose de
siring to build or improve should give him a
caM.
Jan. 7. 1S.S6.
STOP Til AT
HORUISLi COUCH!
Go at once and get a bottle of
1> KIM L E Y ’ S S P E E I) Y CUE E.
fur coughs and colds.
L* HOUl.D vo t buy a bottle and it does not
u' give satisfaction. on the return of the empty
liott|e we will cheerfully refund the |>rice paid
f ir it in other good-. Sold by (i. 1.1.IG1II.
It tlM LEY'S Sarsaparilla sold on tile above
Plan, bv G T. LIGHT.
■ > K! \1 LEY'S Iron and W.ihoo Diners sold
i on the same plan by f. I.I«• 11 T.
Thin paper b kept on file at tlie ofilec of
lYER^SON
Mdvertisino
A 1 'V: GENTS
Tf-.tES EUILP'!Q g&TJ pHIUDHIPHW.
rcTty iYCC FtrlElWttrFfc A!>YI?sTiSI^C CDCC
MAI Cm at Low* 3 rntt
■SSiSf AYER & SON’S 1MUH
is in the market for the purchase of
LIVE STOCK
COWS \ NI > CALVES. SHEET, LAMBS
HOGS. AC.
Highest Market Trice Given for Wool.
March IMJfct. _
OWEN HOUSE.
European Plan
U13 P EN N S Y L V A NIA A V E N U E,
Neartlf Treasury. Washington ( ity.
Elegantly Eurnisheil Booms, single, iloithle
oren suite, sl.nou: tl >1 . *0 per day.
Special rates lor tin W ek. mouth, or longer.
DUKE A A LEANNABH.V.
Pee. . 1SS2. Proprietors.
C i r<*ei i’s 1 lot el*
HARPER:? FERRY. WEST VIRGINIA.
I'M R> r-CLASS Restaurant and Livery Stable.
in eon lust ion with Hotel ; also
MILHAUD ASP POOL ROOMS.
CEO. W. GREEN, Proprietor.
T. W. Peew. Clerk.
June I s. I s'.'t
LOOK OUT*
VI. I, person- indebted to me will please cotuf
Cora.ml iml-> tiIt-by • ash or Note, us I
A .mi iny na-iiif" - ' i led. as this is a New V ear,
oid don't run forget it.
F. B.SOUDERS.
Inn 'JS. I ska
100.000 Pounds of Wool
WAN I ED. for which the highest market price
Will he paid in Ca-li. To be delivered at the
Adams Kxpre-- OtlUe. Charlestown, or at the
lelfcrsoli Woolen Faetorv.
C. HORACE CALI.AUER.
Agent for Jno. J. Jobe.
April 12. lsss.
Lnndretlds Harden Seeds.
Ill A VK a full st' - k of these valuable and re
liable -et-ds both in Pa|*ers and in Bulk.
Peas. Beans. Lim i Beans and Earlv Corn.
CE«» T I.ICHT.
Pruirgist. Next Pour to Post Office.
( h a inn i s Sk i ns.
p!IA M"I- <K INS from ten to sixty cents.
\ <aniaec Sponges and Boston I’o icli (hi.
Aug do. isss. AlsyUITIl A CO.
DRUGS IVent Medicines. ‘’lietiiicaK Hair.
T' o:||. N.'i! and Shaving Brushes Sup-,
Perfumes. I'onih' A PliV'iciaiis can always
-tlpi'lv tl cm-' lvcs from «>nr large snpplv of
mtslifines. AL'Ql’irU A CO.
Aug. 30. Is'S.
MU'If FOI.IOS from 2Ac to .W. and 1,000
piece- of sheet Mttsient 10'-each in the
Book and Stationery department
Oct. ii.’ks ' AisyriTir & co.
(MANNED CORN Tot itocs PtwHr*. Pme
Appk- and Lima Beans. Also New Hom
iny a'd ' tines at C. P KPV S.
□ HOP Xe*1 .v.. s JR -- -
U V. ERY*
Contractors uni Builders,
C A R PENTER8,
I MERCHANTS, FARMERS,
EVERYBODY,
f NTEXDING TO BUILD OR REMODEL ran
. 1 save time and money by leaving or sending
j their orders for
SASH. IXH)RS. BLINDS,
BRACKETS. CORNICE. FENCING,
CEILINGS, PALINGS, FLOORING,
MOULDINGS, MANTELS, AC.,
mi m o iffi mi
OF ALL KINDS Ac.. TO THE
cn.§ r lest o i r.v
STEAM SAW All PLASIIE Mill.
/arSatisfactinn will be given as to price*
and quality of work.
Terms, Reasonable.
WM. PHILLIPS A SONS.
April 23, 1881—y.
\\T E HAVE just rereived a new and elegant
W assortment of t'omlo and Hair Brushes,
also Tooth and Nail Brushes.
aisquth a co.
OUR OWN PALM SOAP—made Irum pure
Palm «»ll and Soda Ten gross jn-t re
ivive<l and for Nile at 5 cents per lake. Also a
large lot of all of the most popular fancy soaps.
b Alburnl A CO.
I UST RECEIVED—a large lot of Boston
fj Coach Od for oiliu Buggies. Carriages. Ac.
Also •Favorite" Sewing Machine Oil and Con
tinental Ointment lor man or la-ast.
A ISO Cl i'll A CO.
\ LARGE STOCK of Arnold’s Chemical
Writing Fluid and Station! s ( omiuercial
Inks, all sizes, Idrsale at AISIJI 1111 A » O S
il’ K have ju-t received in stock Pure Black
\\ all ! Led pepper. S ize and Sweet Mar
joram. all Ires'dy ground. A Bo pure grantthi
1,hI Saltpetre and Coriander Seed tor seasoning
sausage and curing pork. Al’OL’l III A CO.
-O REAMS of Writing Paper, all sizes and
*)[/ aorta Also SW.WW Knvelnptti Just put oil
sale in our Book and Stationery Department.
October 27 ltt*7. * AlSUUITli A CO.
Ha" just received the
Largest Assirtnsnt cf
SPRING
SAMPLES
ever exhibited in Jefferson Count)’, and
Will Make Suits to Order
AT BUCK BOTTOM I'BlCEd.
Having 2-> rears experience as a ('utter, will
guarantee you a tit or no sale \V ork l*ri»m|*t*
ly and Carefullv Executed Call and be con
vinced. Yours respectfully.
J. F. BEl\INfiER,
March 7, 1^9. Merchant Tailor.
JStill Aiiead.
Ill A YE a very full stock of Groceries—con
'isiing of Flour, Meal. Cunned Goods, Teas,
*'ollces. Syrups, Mol lasses. Soaps, l’tckles. Salt
Fish, etc.| etc. I make a specialty ot the best
N. U. Mollusses.
The best brand* of Tobacco and Cigar* always
on luuui.
MEATS.
In connection with my grocery I kecpalirst
class Meat Shop, ami can supply niv customers
with I lie choicest meats. I have the very best
home-made and Baltimore mince meat. Fresh
Bologna Sausage on hand
Thanking in) patrons tor t hoi I kind treat
ment in the past I solicit a continuance of the
Iicspi'ctiully,
l)ec. 13, l"l. W S. MEBCHANT.
Hoot unci sslio© Malting.
REPAIRING ,&C.
Fun der*igued baa removed hia Shop to t be
I ’luilding'>d tbecornet ot C'bar!es*iid l.ib**ri\
-tr-cts II 'he building lately occupied bv Wei
rick a Weller. Thecharactei ol the wiirkdonr by
tin-othscribet is* ellknow u and ippreciab din th*
citizens o Charlestown and vicinit*. Itiehardly
oecesMr* to add that he will *nde*rot to sustain
his reputation ai » reliable workman.and wille*.
ecute prompt!* a nd at reasonable ratio allorder#
girenhim uitbetforXew «"ikor llepairing.
JOHN A VIS ot M -n.
May 16.1874. Aprill», 1376.
GUJLDIfJ LOTS
F SALE.
S~ BVERAL RI’II.IUNU I.OTS situated near
^ tlit* corporate limits opposite the Nursery
of Wot Hopkins, are oflctel for sale on the
i'l't itiiient plan—S-’.oW monthly. Apply to F.
R Siitiilers, who will show plat
DAVIS* CO.
June 2, 1SS7._
•MSS . #.?//’#,/.! MUCKS
HAS taken thcstorc room on Main street, in
btiildi/tg opposite the (iallalier property,
where »he willdo PRES.'* MAKING and !• AM
II.Y SEWING in good style and at reasonable
charges. She will he pleased to liuve the pat
ronage of the I id i es of the town and vici n i ty .
and will strive to render satisfaction.
She has also a stork of Dress Trimming* and
Notions to which she invites the attention oi
the ladies.
Julie IP, I><*8.
I MPORTED Green and White Castile Soap.
and imported Day Hum.
|/ \ GALLONS pure Norwegian Cod Liver
I U Oil and 5 gulloo* Extra Pure White Gly
cerine
KIDNEY Wort, dry and liquid: Well* and
Richardson’* improved DutterColor. three
sizes go and 50 ceuts and $1.0" Fine stock in
store. AISQUITH it (X).
.ti. ■/. vrr. r/.?/*
and family sew ing.
M rs RETTIK SLAGLE and Mr*. ELIZA
RENNER will do all kinds.if 1 tress Mak
ing mid Family Sewing prompt ly ami at prices
to *uit the hard time*. Residence corner ol
West and North street.
Jnlv h. |ssi» __
To the i*itblic.
{HAVE in Stock »o!iie superior brand* of
Whiskeys, among them a Knur Mash Ken
tucky Whiskey highly recommended as una
dulterated and pure.
Nov. 22 JOHN S EASTER PAY * CO.
IVtlfl.D inform the public that every Pre
I ?' s.-riptioii that niinrr to my 'tore is pre
! pared bv me individually. Person- can find
I me at night at the room over tin* old Sherid's
i Office. Jail lluilding. Res)ms-ifully.
July Ifi. |ssi. GEO.T. LIGHT
W^E call the attention of housekeeper* to
\\ the following: Gelatine. Corn Starch,
iri-li Mo—. Tapioca. Ext l.emen. Ext Vanilla.
Ext Ritter Aim,-'d and French Rose Water—
i all of which we carry constantly in stock at
I lowest prices AISQL1 111* GO.
N"V 17. 1 ss7.
INSECTS ,\NP VERMIN'—Persian Insect
Powder W'hale Oil and Carfioiit Soap, Qk.
••silver Mercurial Oihtiucut. and Red Rug I oi
tWtt. ’ AioQiiiu d go.
COACH FACTORY
LI V EU V,
Furniture Establishment, &c.
rpH E undersigned having purchased tbeold es
I tablisti ed Coach Factor? ol tbe late Wells J.
Haw ks.in Charlestown. with the view of enter
ing into tbe
CARRIAGE BUSINESS,
<5 aPi'« branches.oflersforsale a iarge number
ol New and Second-hand
Carriages. Buggies. J aggers. &e.
at thelowest pricesand upon tbe most accommo
dating terms.
OLD CABBlAGES TAKES IS EICHASGE
FOB SEW.
All Kiml* «l Krpnirs
done with oeatnessaod dispatch, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
horses and carriages
F>'R IIIRK.
In connection with the above I wil'continue
tbe I.IVKKY BUSINESS, and be prepared to
furnish Carriages, Buggies and .'agger? at tbe
shortest noli. e.
^j^The above business will be under the su
perintendence of A bra ui Stutup.
FUENTtURE!
I also offer to the public a targe lot of Furni
ture. comprisi ng
CHAIRS TABLES', Er>rt,‘ionaud of her) BED
'STEA ItS. MA TTBESSES.
and a'I articles usnallj lo-ind in a Furniture Es
tablishment.
Old Furniture Repaired.
UN DERTAKING.
I wi! I be p re pared in a short time to give raj
»Pecu i attention to tbe busi ness of Undertak ing.
Being a practical mechanic and determined to
give satisfaction. 1 reapccttullj solicit a snare of
pu.lie p.iroa.,.. LEWIS STARRY.
Mat It, 1677.
Almost os Palatabloas Milk.
Po disznSned that it eon ho tahca,
ilise-tcil, and assimilated by tho most
lonsitivc utomach, when tho plain oil
cannot be tolerated; an'! by tlio com
bination of the oil with the hypophe*
phitca is mtscli more eillcaclotn.
Ecniarkslilc as a Ccs!i producer.
Persons gain rapidly while taking li«
SCOTT’S niUT.SION is ncknowl edged by
Physiciai s to be tho Finest and Beat prepa*
ration in tho world for the reli f and euro of
CONSU?APTIOH, SCROFULA,
GENERAL DE01L6TY, WASTING
DISEASES, EMACIATION,
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCKS.
The great remedy for Consumption, and
Wasting in Children. Sold Ij all Druggists.
Jan W, i" 1 __
IBHii
VTion I r«v Cnr.r: I <’o net mean merely to
r • p Hi. n lor i urn . cud then have tliotu ro
tui'T q-.i.u, 1 chan A RADICAL CL I.■*«
1 have uia'ic tee tiieeaco ci
FITS, EFILEPSIT or
FALLING GJOKNESS,
i Kfa-lor* etn<l7. I waetiant m7 remedy to
CUijh tl.eworst rr Jo enure other* hnro
u ro reason l«>r not now n*eeiv:ng a euro,
beu.lat nnee f .rat rest i-o Biwlu t UEK UOTTl.n
ci rr.v ixrAT.ucfcn OEM BUY. Give fcxprcsa
cni ocico. It eo ti jroa i '.Madiera
trial, ur.1 ii 'VU1 cl;0 you. Aw.eso
i i.G. fJCCT, M.C., i£3v).A..Cf..{:LwY:.:x
■a row-ii'XZi ~ ^
few. ■ . —— -- —*
Jan. 10. 18s9.
.—rr—NlCt Srnliic-Unrlilm'pnnn
hLiil
, • i r- . \ In tr ,!... mu .to
■ ll« i‘l *.
. • ftd fcasia t« • f.U I-*Uij,tl.c xiy
S-Hl f* I • .1 . Sip, I lq
.-a fa tf.n,. , ilw »iu.i.i.".a».
/Ba|J| Wc will n,.t -mil rce» on | .|#
• ! 1 , ’'fOtrll.inUwiI .... . ri.il «*inul • r.r«
. V- ' 1 ti VOjt.. In t.iunitvcik .Urn >.*
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•. r * . ■ * ■ •
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. V w
f J^f — *V ^ I ** u***
t rna hinr in the world AH »•
& 8* kVi, b , v No capital rrqinrrd Main,
» *’-( hmnvtiOQa rivru. I ht»*c who am* l« ua ai onre ctn rr*
r ,rc lV«*c ih» Crat *r« nr-n»mchtnr in ihr ««*:<!. •»«! «»*■
*• ..r.« erka of h'^h aimer ihow^n lor* «!»•»»•» An • nc*.
•1 U Ci. A. t t*., ilut 4tv, A«*tu»lu. Aiuiuc.
LIU, l&fW.
Jefiers:n Steam Saw Mi 1,
('/tai /fxlo'i'n, II V.7 l <r.
john Mcknight,
PROPRIETOR.
\ \ ’ ILL pay the Highest Market Price for
i * ’
HICKOKY. WALNUT,
ami all kinds of Hard Timber, delivered at Idi*
Mill or mi tlieground. Keeps on hand for sale
FE.XCJSU l*LA MIC. UMLISG, POSTS,
and all kinds of Hard Lumber. Also,
Spokes, llditdlesi Sloiy;l»
Ktiuiioi'S. UiuiSi&e.
for sale in large or small quantities. C'lSTOM
BAWIN’O done at reasonable rates.
Thanking von for past patronage, by strict
attention to fiusinebx 1 hope for a continuance
of the same.
May tL 1*84—ly. I
I LUMBER, SHINGLES & WOOD,
nAVINti recently pan based a large In ah
ul tine l imner at Flowing springs, near
t.'iiurlestiiwn. and put ill ojieration there our
Steam Saw-Mili, we ure prepared to furnish all
kituU ul
Oak Lumber,
FENCIN'' PLANK, FRAME LI MBER, LAP
slll.Stil.Jjs 1 ml WOOD by the CORD. Will
sell either to be delivered or on the ground.
FRAZIER* Col-MoN.
Feb. 26. '85. [ Democrat copy.]
Chair Scats Canal.
MRS. J. s. W Him NOTON is prepared to
. Repair Cane Beat Chair* at short notiee
and up,ui easy terms, at her home in tin ,
Southern suburbs ul Charlestown, oil Blootu
ery turnpike.
'September 23. 1882.
Bfrcss-tllahinz
AND FAMILY SEWING.
rpHE undersigned w ill do Dress-Making and
1. Family Sewing ujioii reasonable terms at
her residence next door to Mr. Burton s on
(.awrench street. A share of patronage solici
ted. MBs. MARY ROBERTSON.
April 8. 1886.
Dr geth A cli Killer—* sure,
quick and safe remedy. Large stock. Is
cents per bottle. _
| Au^ujt A), lat>3. AJsKiUIIH CO.
druggists/
Court House Square, Charlestown, 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 tin* public.
A line stock of Stationery and School Rooks
always in store.
March 10. I<s7.
Important Notice to Builders
r|Ml E undersigned is giving bit sole attention to
i the
LUMBER BUSINESS,
at Roadside. Rockingham County, Virginia.and
has facilities tor tilling order* »l any extent and
great variety. He command* lore*!* ol growing
timbei of the very best quality, and milling ca
pacity to meet tbi* moat extravagant demands ol
tbi* section.
Ordcrsfor 1,umber f«*
BUILDING PURPOSE,
culin siae and length to uieet the demands m
Builders or othets, tilled promptly unon terms
w ith * tiicb no other person id the Valley ol Vir
ginia ca n compete success I u. I v.
The subscriber has in former vearssupplied
very many persons in this section with Lumber,
and in returning tbaoksC.r pa«t patronage, and
in soliciting the order* ol old customers and new ,
promises a care'u' personal -uperrision. so that
orders may pr satisfactorily tilled Address,
DR. 8. P. ll. MILIA It,
Kikton,
S. V K. R.
Rockingham Co.,
March 16,1878. Virginia.
FRUIT HILL NURSERY,
Charlestow n, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Floirer and l '( •Jrtable
PLANTS,
Mlirublmry c.
rPHE subscribers cal I attention to the great »a
£ riety oI Trees, Plants, Vices,Roses, Ac.,Ac.,
at their
fruit Mill N ufNPry,
and are g ratified to he conscious o I having a stock
likely to please a'l «h • patrojiie them. They
will not undertake to present in this advertise
ment a catalogue «i stock on hand.but wi'lbe
cont’-ni to generalize, hoping that our peopl* w ill
cal I and see lor toeuisel ves tba t the necessity for
sending abroad lor Trees,Shrubbery,d'c.,no|.in
ger exists. kV,-bave
10,000 T»•«•<** —choice turieties;
A.OOO I’rarli Trc*1*,
kliun trrrry 1*1 itil*.
Asparagus Roots. Green Mouse and Bedding
Plants Cabbage.Tomato, Kgg ,Cauliflow t,l and
Sw eel P> tato. alllor sale Cheap ’or C«»b.
April 15, 1676 —If. HOPKINS A CO.
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS,
T. M. Turner,
MAKTINSllUIff;, W.VA
Manufacturer and Dealer in tlie best
L ^ 1 Z
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD
AND FOOT STONES,
And Dealer in all Kinds of IKON FENCING
I sullen oniers iroui iiernriry, jemT>»n aim
adjacent Comities. I guarantee work to lie ex
ectiuil in u satisfactory manner ami at prices
us low uikI lower than any other Marble work
in tin- Valley.
August Jl. 18.84.
CHAUEESTC >\VN
31AKUL1; WOltKS,
Cornki. or Georoe Street and Twenty Foot
Alley.
Diehl & Uro.
m\.vt eacti rkra or
TOMBS
Head and Foot Stones. Mantles. Statues and
Carving, iu all its various brunches, uud all
work in their business. All orders promptly
tilled at the lowest rate, and shortest notice,
and all work delivered and put up. ami guar
anteed to suit purchasers. If not. no sale.—
1'lease call and see and judge lor yourselves lie*
forepun busing elsewhere, and patronize Home
Manufacturers.
The subscribers have also in operation their
shop in Martinshurg, where they will give
propmt attention to all work entrusted to them.
Di KUL a rku.
Charlestown, July 18, ls<>7—y.
\ \T A UN KITS Kidney Cure, Warner's illicit*
\ 1
G. T. I.IGHT.
VI.ETUIS Cordial, Celerina. Wine of Cocoa
and Acker's English Remedies Hold by
g i light.
IT'X 1 RACT White Rose ■! 1 Frangipani, <!o
J Hoiiouet. for the handkerchief. .'old by
Feb. 1. I800. <-KO. T. LfGU1'. '
1).\IN"IS. Oil*. VarnisJies. Window Glas*.
Fulty. Faint finishes. Ac. \\ e haves large
stuck of these goods on band to which we mil
the attention of the people. Lewis' pure Lead,
pure Linseed Oil and Lucas' celebrated i’re
pared Faint', ready to apply, in ail colors iu
cans from one i-ouml to one gallon. We have
all colors, either dry or in oil. Examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Apr. l*i, '85. AiatJl’lTII A CO.
Diamond Styes.
\S the spring advances we call attention to
. a full stock of Diamond Dyes. ami guar
antee them to color Ribbons. Dresses, flats,
t eat hers uud Coltoll Goods.
GEO. T. LIGHT,
Druggist, Next Door to Foot Otttce.
Private Sale.
VVERV desirable place of 4j acres, } mile
. from Charlestown, suitable for home or
summer resilience. Two >1 .telling Imu.-es 5!
rooms each, and all nvcesuxrv out buildings, i
Apply to A. VV. CRAMER. I
Cuariustowu, Jail, Co., W. Va. |
Baltimore and Ohio liailiead.
Time Table in Effect April 29th, 1888.
NORTHWARD. 470 410 44*7 450
Stations. Puss.,Pass. Mix j Mix.j
Lexington— Lv A M A.M P.M P.M
Staunton— *’ I 8 So
llarrismibutg— “ 1 9 AS 12 90 4 30l
Mi. Jackson— ** I 10 So i At 0 ««»|
WiMslsttick— *' j II 22 3 09 G 401
Strasburg— •• , 11 SO 4 *»7 7 3l|
Capon Itoad— '• P.M 5 00 7 44i
Winchester— “ G 00 12 49 7 t«» » 4*'
Stephenson— “ <> 0,1 12 SO, 7 -‘in 9 IMl
I’harlestoa n— ** G 45 1 59 9 04 lo |l*|
H«n-*-r's Kerry Ar 7 i«S 2 0 4 9 54 10 So
Washington— “ 9 30 4 IS
Baltimore— “ ,10 30 S 3t*
Wilmington— “ i
Philade jdiia— “ 30 I_
Trains No 170. 410 an.1 44s are daily except
Sunday ; Train No 450 runs Sunday only.
Additional mixed trains leave Charlestown
12.43a m and 4 07 p. in . andarrivaal Harper s
Keiry at 1 21 a. m and 5.22 p. m. _
SOUTHWARD. 409 4G9 447 449
Stations Pass. Pass. Mix. M i x. j
Philadelphia— Lv A.M. P.M P.M A.M.
Wilmington— *' ;
Baltimore— “ 9 00 4 25
Washington— “ I*. M S 3n
Harper s Kerry “ 12 30 7 45 1 001 7 IS,
Churlwtown— “ 12 So 8 0* 2 11 * Oli
Si«• | liensoli— ** ; 1 38 8 4*. 3 32 9 10.
Winchester— " 1 52 8 50 4 3n 9 32.
Ciiih.ii Road— " 2 32 i ti O' 10 40
Straslmrg— “ 1 2 41 fi 2" 10 51
WlMMlsI.H k— “ 3 09 8 no 11 SI
Mt. Jacksotl— “ 3 37 !) 14 P.M.
Harrisonburg— j 4 42 II 05j 2 15;
Staunton— “ ! 5 40
Lexington— “ ' 55 _|_|_^ I_
Train* No 409 4G9and 447 ar* daily except
Snmhiv; Train No. 449 runs Sunday only.
Additional mixed trains leave southward at
2.14 a. in. and s 35 a in. and arrive at Harri
sonburg at 8 19 a m. uml 5 52 p ui.
WC91 WARD
T-'aM limited express, daily, for Chicago and
Pittsburg leaves Bultiumreut 10.00a m.. Wash*
itigion 10.AS a m. Arrives at Chicago 8 55 a.
m . Pittsburg G 50 p m.
Express. «lnily. for Cincinnati and Ft. Lonla
leave* llalliiiiore at 200 p. in., Washington 3u0
and Harper’s Kerry at 4.23. Arrives at Cimin
. — ••it .. ... ... ..1 Ci I ,.iiia ixl li 'ill (x III
Night Express, daily, fur St Louis and tlii
i-agn leaves Baltimore «t * 30 i> m , Washing
ton 0.45 p m. ami Harper s S'errv 11 30 p ni.
Arrives at t im inmili 5 30 p. m., St. Louis 7 30
a. m.. Chicago 5 40 a iu.
Night Express, daily, for Pittsburg leave*
Baltimore at s 15 p. it* . Washington !) 15 p. ta.
and Harper's Ke ry at 10 48 |*. iu. Arrive! at
Pittsburg 0 30 a m.
Eur tickets und further information apply to
B A O. Agent* or to B. F. Bond. Pass Agent,
Baltimore. E. Hudrow, Traveling i'asseiiger
Agent, Staunton. Va.
|{. A O. Palace Sleeping Cars are run through
to ('imiunati. Si. Louia, Chicago and Pittsburg
oil all express trains.
I. M <'Ol.K. Oen'l Ticket Agent.
CI1AS O S' DLL. fien'l Pas«engir Agent.
W M (ELEMENTS, General Manager.
May 3. IMS.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad*
8. K. TYLER, Receiver.
Schedule Iu I U'eel May 10, 1SH0.
I.EAVK CII \KI.U*ToW \— Mil,'Til A'A All
f»:37 A. M. Daily— N* w Orleans Kxpres*. Ro
anoke and inti-rmcdiatc stations and
all p"ilits South and Southwest.
'J lirough Pullman Sleepingcurs from
New York ami Philadelphia to
Mobile.
4 02 P. >1 Daily- Memphis Express from New
York Philaoelphiu und Baltimore
w ith day couches to Roanoke, mak
ing •sinned ion through totlieSouth.
4:52 P. M. Daily except Sunday—Millie* Ac
commodation.
LEAVE I II AKI.EsmWg—gOBTIIWARD.
3:14 P. M Daily- Ralilumre Express, from all
points South, arrive in Washington
ti:.'0 P. M., Biillimore 7:17 P. M.,
Harrisburg 7:10 P. M., Philadelphia
10:55 P. M
9 40 P. M. Daily—New York hiiiI Philadelphia
Expires, from Mobile, Memphis,
Chattanooga und all points South.
Arrive Philadelphia 4:25 A M , New
York 7:lo A M. Sleeping car*
through fo New York viu Hums
liurg.
9:35 A. M Daily except Sunday Millies Ac
commoiialiou.
Ticket Agents will furnish nil information
mill through schedules upon application.
O HOWARD BUYER, Gen I Pass Agt.
May ID. 18*9. Roanoke. Va.
j ft’ri.it sos ii ooi.i \ mii.i
formerly I’ortcr'u factory.
Under the nhovc mentioned name the old
'• porter’s Fuctoiy." which in d»>s gone by en
joyed almost a national reputation for excel
lent inanufactiiies, will he o|K-rated hv Die tin
lersigned. Necessary repairs have been made
iml improved uiuehiliery introduced. uml it i*
mr expectation to maintain the reputation of
lie mill and to meet thedctualid ol the publio
for lirst-cla-s goods.
Hie Highest Market Price will he paid for
Wool delivered at the Mill or at such point* a*
may be designated.
Orders for Cloths, Yarns, A*:., will receive
prompt attention.
Respectfully,
J I JOBE A CO.
Tost Office— Ripon, JeOerson i ounty, W. Va
J. J. Jobe A IJro. will continue to operate the
Mill nt iirucetown, FrederickCounty, Virginia,
ami will pay the top market price for Wool da
iivered there.
April. Hi, IA83. _
ill I . I3EHT.
MV BAR in t applied with Liquors of «rery
description—ol the belt quality.
Baltimore and Rocncstrr l!t<r
Pure French Brandy,
ALSO
nu mmm ecck aid in
—allot uebest. Fre.b Rochester Becrdelivered
auy wbere in town at $1 per dozen.
FAYETTE B. HOLDERS.
Jan. 25,1879. Barru>rnt Jedersoti Buildirf.
NEW MILLINERY.
\TI!S MARY I! DA VI* ha* been t, Haiti
D1 more and returned with the
LATEST STYLES 0 MILLIN BY,
and w ill be prepared to execute all work *n .
her Hue nt short notice and with her provrffc*
Ulyir.lltMe. The ladies are rc*|»ecUully i*'
viterl to give her a call.

uEO. II. IJAUI.KV.
Agent for Jefferson Count)
UJ h will ha*e bv (September 1st, a l"1' rUj ’
ply of School Hooks of every dm n|u' ‘
also a full line of School Sundries. »uc»
|«eue, slate pencils, satchels. Ac. Me i»vj
ihe attention of our customers, and the p*» “
Loti is branch of our business. Any book nu
in stock furnished in a few days. _
ai&uith aco
A ngmst 2R. l*%4.
i 'EAii.v'S 0. K. T. Spot). Cotton mr s de hy ■
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