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.Xeicay .Votes. Mtij. 8. J. C. Moore has been elected mavor and T. 8. Thompson recorder of the town of Berry ville. Mr. Romeo II. Freer has been nominated for the House of Delegates by the Republi cans of Ritchie county. The engineers of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad are now running a line from Mid dleburg, Loudoun county to Upperville and through Ashby's (lap. Copies of the Birmingham Aye Herald and other papers containing lottery adver tisements were seized at Montgomery, Ala bama, by United States postal officers. The second day’s sale of lots in Lurav by the Valley Land and Improvement Com pany realized over $150,000. All lots sold at fine prices. Baltimoreans invested large ly lien. Grove, one of Virginia’s World's Fair Commissioners, has appointed Miss Mildred Lee, a daughter of Gen. Robert E. Lee, a member of the board of lady mana gers of the exposition. Eight men were killed by a collision of freight trains on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Sunday near Zanesville, Ohio. The wreck was caused by the failure of a telegraph operator to deliver an order. The sales of lots at Buena Vista au muted in the aggregate to $203,000. Ot this amount $80,000 was put in Buena Vista lots. The entire lot sales of the week ag gregated over $3*10,000. About f O Saver nake lots, adjoining Buena Vista, were sold on Thursday. A fight occurred at Lexington i’hursday week between Cadets McCoiico, of Tex as. aud Taliaferro, of Norfolk, students at the Virginia Military Institute. They se lected seconds and settled the difficulty by a fisticuff McCullock dealt Taliaferro a severe blow on the back of the neck, from the effects of which he soon died. .Mr. James R. McLaughlin, a well-known resident of Hagerstown, and for many years the proprietor of the Baldwin House, died suddenly Sunday afternoon, shortly after 3 o’clock, in his sixtieth year, lie was in his usual health during the day, and was about the hotel in the afternoon. He was sick for not more than half an h >ur. The cause of his deaih was congestion of the lungs. Summer land. A new volume hv Margaret McDonald Pullman, with 68 original illustrations, en graved on wood by George T. Andrew, and priuted under his direction, size 93x12$ inches, oblong quarto, arti-tie cover of two colored cloths, beautifully ornamented, full gilt. j$3.75; Turkey Morocco, $9.oO; Tree Calf, $10; English .Seal .'style, $7. These new illustrations by the talented artist of “Days Serene” remind one very forcibly of Birket Foster, there is such a calm, peaceful serenity about them, such as one finds in the English landscapes, ami in them Mrs Pullman demonstrates anew that she posseses not only talent of a high order but a true conception ot the beautiful in nature. “Sumnurlaud” breathes through all its pages, and each full page illustration is ushered in by a gem from the artist’s pen cil, giving the title, each ot which is :t poem in itself. The artist takes her trieuds “up the winding path that suggests the cottage life just o\er the hills, with its warm, blue breathings of the hidden hearth ;” over the “soft bids studded with flowers,” made mu sical with the “chirp of birds and bleat of sheep;” into “meadows with perfumed air," beside “the br<» k fringed with fl< wing gras— cs and cool, quiet reflectionsthence to the softly gliding river, “Where the reeds and rushes are long and rank, And tbe weeds grow thick on the winding bunk through the “balmy pine woods” to the Old Homestead on the sands, “Where the tide is low, but soft and slow Is creeping higher up the lea. and the sea is blue with heaven’s own re flection. Tin- treatment of the subject is such (ha the heart is touched, and made to feel that life hath much sweetness. Tiie cover, in tw colors of cloth, is made from tf.e author’s design, and is very artis tic. The high quality of Lee «.t Shepard’s art books, including paper, printing aud biuding, is maintained throughout the pres ent work. Lee A Shepard, Publishers, Bos ton. It is m ’ uncommon t>. find a ring in a bull’* nose, i»nt Mr. Thonus Vddism, of Fairfax couuty, Virginia, recently noticed a shining object in the hooi of one of hi cow% and thinking if was gla-.s or sum*- oth er substance that might do the auitnai an injury, extracted it with his penknife. He was surprised, when hef .nnd that what :..<d attracted hi- atteuii- n w.;- a hands >ui gold ring, with a large green st me setting, On the »cnl was engraved a Mexican coat of arms, and on the in-id-* wa« the name of l>. J. Hunt, and a M-xican -ip! r, and d.ite lion. I>. 0. Gallaher, of Charleston, ha resigned a> a Regent of the University, and the Governor ha- appointed 11 -n James F. Brown, of the same city, to fill the vacancy. Mr. Gallaher vn- one of the be-t members of the Hoard ami we are sorry tl at bis pri vate busiuess was such as t<> compel hi- res ignation. Mr. Brown is a graduate of the University and hi- selection was eminently proper.— Funutml JuJtr. Mr. \V. S. 1 bishei! 1, to whom ex Gov Cameron of Virginia, addressed lii- Utter announcing hi.- withdrawal from 11* * lb publican party, -avs: “If Anani. - could Come to life and c *me to Rirhuvmd and lead the Republican party he woo’d giv ton to it.” This is a little rotig!) <«i the IL-publi cau party of V ginia, but it Republican testimony. A unique contest i- that in Kansas i*e tweeo General John 11. Rice, of F*wi Scott, and his son for the Legislature. Ib boy promises to show the old iua:i lib heels while the General indulgently -.ivs "The, boy is siucere, no doubt, ami wants to .be elected the worst kind, lie is young yet, and doesu’t know near so much as bis dad.” j Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most succe5 ful Cough Medicine wo l;avo ever sold, a few dohfS invariably cure tne worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its won derful success in the cureoi Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, f test which no oilier medicine can stand. It you have a (. >ugh we ear nestly ;‘sk von t • try i>. Price 10 cent*. .Ml cents’, and ’$1 00. if vour Lungs arc sore, Chest or Rack lamo/aw .Shiloh’s Porous Plaster. Sold by Geo. r. Light. r in West Virginia for eighteen years and this is oue of the two >t ;u*s ot th** I •■■ on that owes not a single cent. Would it 1*? wise to let in the treasury raiding party under the circumstances?—Aew Dominion. A usurer This Question. Why do so many people we see around u seem to prefer to suffer and be made miser able bv Indig- -tion, Constipation, Dizziness, L -ss of Appetite, Coming Up of the Food, Yell w Skin, w hen for 7o cents we will sell them Shiloh’s System \ itali.'.* r. guaranteed to cure them. So! ! by Oe<». T. Light. Th • Presid- at has nominated for im m ben U Continental Railway Commis sion ; : d f I i-y diplomatic u:;d cou aular aopropriat’-ui acti A.exandcr J. Cas satt cf Pa., Geo. M. Pullntac, of III., and lion. Henry G. Davis. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Shiloh’s Catarrh Reimdy, a marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker Mouth ana ll Hl-.i nmiv wiut » au :i- N;.'ul Injector !• r the niort ; ■ .. itim « time comptaioto wit' i»tit extra charge. I'ricfWc fits. S >:tl by Cieo. T. Light. _ ^notige’"” -TO USEES OF i'IN PLATE. We don’t use small tin and want everybody to know it. The reason why we don’t i? that if you have small tin pul on your roof the more seams you will have and the more leak? will be in your roof. Call on us and we will prove to you that large tin is the best to put on your roof It will pay you to look around. You will not only save time but money by calling on EARNSHAW & DOOLEY. Apr. in. ’So. TTh.'n I Fay CmtB I do not moan merely lo Etna tuciaforatime, cad then have them re* Lira again I jskan A RADICAL CURL, i have laido Uio disease ol r.TTS* EPILEPSY cr rAIUNG SIGKX7ESS, A llfo4on* study. I XTAimirr my remedy to t rui the worst cases. Because others liavo 1,A ...its no reason for not now receiving a cure. •- ■ .JatonccforatrcataseandaFiiEEBoiT! 5 o! 2T 1XTALUBLB REMEDY. O.VC Expie;3 .It costa you nothing lor a trial, and it will euro you. Address H. C. ROOT, M.C., 183 Pearl St.. NisYW* Free S ample* Dox containing Ten Days Tr •: r:.et<t'onl to any address on receipt of postage. money R-yaoEC \ ■ 1 i*-.r f . ■ t s oLin u * \0 womankind. l'o- ivc / c. :r • if" . . of ,c : J rumors m th«:r early «* •• '• • “* i a>r If : I vi • ' :rl ’• *at I, .-.Uofe-.t ■ have: », I teell vead "«nt woman 1“ One month’s treatment sent postpaid to a rum iMYIl i!£ v3„ V-IU ,' '•». To cn k He nhiche, Const!* palion, Mu'-irit, I.n • ri mplninls, take the safe an>l certain remedy, SMITH’S I r«e theSH\3T.Si • 'f,o r.canstotho v: nm. ■nltablo .• all Agr*. l*rice <’(' i i!‘: Sc. per Bottle. sT.YawsMo! aulvnti^v in tin plate. Tin Oil Can “ .ltie. 'eft> Chamber Tails. C-ul lli'ls. V r 11 oj»f Ell ^ive me a call before voti buy as we e you money. Respectfully. ing from the effect* of youlfcfi.l error* early decay, was t:u: weakness, lostmanb l, etc., I will St. I a Taiu.il I • tr a., i scaled, containing full particular* f r home cure, FREE of charge. A splendid medical work; ehoul.lbe read by every i_.m who is nervous and deb.iititcd. Address, rroi. r. C. 1WLEB, Mcotlus, Conn. Mar. _N, ISJO—ly. FOR MEN ONLY! 11 ihr LObr or TAUXSd MANHOOD: cralcs 1BEK70C3 L'ihlirrV: WVvtncaiof Body e.r.i JL-r.d, ETrcfs __=f Km-ajrBxceisejiaOldcTYsucz. i so. »• lllW'ar l» It..,rr.-<*. U; » t.roli-r? »?} I . rt!s.*aeti.tn>‘vyu*i .Dout itsapiaTsot r.'ci. *■ J«lf■» ■ ifrf»a« Uoas PmUTant—*or«8t. tmmisy. * io stilr«»»i lea»tr>fc H T1.» u,31. i. r ;,::.* I t, n^wiu.M trra, -vs* £fU& MSOiCAL CO., BUFFALO, ti. V. I FOR SALE AT —Dr. Bishop’s Drug Store DP.. SCHAFFER'S iGU CALINE. A Dentifrice and Mouth-wash. MI'S. T. 11 SCHAEFFER, Sole Proprietor, Charlestown, Jefferson County, W. Va. Poolesyille. Mi>.. Sept. 6, 1888 In this age of shams and adulterations it is a real plea are to find so genuine a medicine for the teeth as the Dentifrice prepared and sold by the late Dr. Thomas Schaeffer, of Char.es town, West Virginia. I have used it for the last two years, and have never found it to fail in effecting what it claims to do, viz: tocleanse the teeth, strengthen and invigorate the gums, and purify the breath. 1 have seen Dr.Schaef fer, who was my dentist fur several years, use i it with marked success. To the repeated ap 1 plications of it, by his advice, 1 owe the preser . vation of two of my front teeth which, owing to diseased gums, were loose, and threatened I tu drop. In addition to my own testimony I ■ could mention that of my friends who have 1 used, and have been equally benefited, by this ! excellent Dentifrice. Rev. C. S. LINGAMFELTEH. Charlestown, October, 1888. It gives me much pleasure to testify to the | efficiency and usefulness of the Dentifrice pre pared by t!ie late Dr. T. II. Scha ffer. Dentist, j of this place. For sore mouth and gums it is ! most excellent. MISS M. L.CRAIGIIILL. Baltimore, Sept. 8, 1888. 1 consider the mouth wash prepared by Dr. ■ SchadTer most excellent and useful, and this opinion is based on ray ow.i experiences and from hearing others speak who have also usee! it Verv truly vours, WM. P. CRAIGIIILL. PuULi.sVILl.E, Ml).. Nov. 1, 1S8S. It give me pleasure to testify to the reme dial effects of the Dentifrice. 1 have used it in my own family, and prescribed it for several nt inv t'Atients. and have st*en its effects on those on whom the Doctor had used it. I remain very truly, Ac., ‘ JOHN W. AYLER, M. D. Charlestown, W. V\., Oct. 18.88. I have used, with the best results, the Mouth and Tooth Wash prepared by the late Dr.T. II. Schreffer. Dentist, of this place, and recommend it as the finest dentifrice in the market. Gl’STAV BROWN. I'n \ui istowx, \V. Va., Jan'y 4,1889. Mrs. T. II. Sou.effrk—Dear Madame:—A member of my family who has been subject to occasional attacks of sore throat from child hood has experienced great relief in a recent attack from the use of your mouth-wash as a gargle and does not hesitate to recommend its use to persons similarly affected. Very Respectfully, JOSEPH TRAPNELL. Washington, D. C.,Oct. 14, 1S88. 1 can say I find the dentifrice an excellent thing for sore mouth, for which I have been using it. MRS. SARAH CISSEL. It gives me great pleasure to he able to fully recommend the mouth andgtim wash prepared by the late l>r. T. II. Schaffer, Dentist, of Charlestown. It is decidedly the best cure for sore and soft gums that I have ever used. BCSHROD C. WASHINGTON. ( HAKLESTOWN, Sept. 21, 1888. Charlestown, W. Va., September 1S88. Having used the preparation made by the lute Dr. T. H. Scha ffer, Dentist, of Charles town, to be need aa a dentifiri e for Boreneei of the iuoutb, or gums, and found it very efficient and useful, I take the greatest pleasure in re commending it to others. MRS. JOHN PORTERFIELD.. Charlestown, W. V.v.,Scpt. 15, ’88. Having used the mouth and gum wash pre pared by the late Dr. T. H. Scliaffier, Dentist, of Charlestown, W. Va., and fully tested its ef ficiency, we most cheerfully recommend it as a very valuable Dentifrice—a panacea for sore nes- of the mouth and gums—and wo believe a specific as a gargle for sore throat. ' GEO. 11. HAG LEY, MARTHA A. 1IAGLEY. SrERRYVILLE, 11.APP. Co., V.A., Sep. 1888. I tal c great pleasure in testifying to the use fulness and efficiency of flic mouth and gum y. >.■ h prepared by the late Dr. T. H. Bchieffct, Denti'-t, of Charlestown, W. Va., and recom mend it as the hot dentifrice I have ever used. MRS. JAS. W. FLETCHER. Charlestown, W. Va., Oct. 6, 1888. While suffering from a neuralgic tenderness of the lower right molar teeth, accompanied with slightly intlamed gums, I was induced by mv dentist. Dr. T. 11. Scha ffer, to try his liipi 1 dentifrice and gum wash ; and from a pcis >nal experience of the pleasant relief it gave me. I take great pleasure in certifying to the i-xcellent qualities and soothing elt’ecLs of tie Mti 1 preparation. Mrs.Schaeffercontinues to supply the trade with this most agreeable remedy of the dentifrice class. Verv trnlv, Ac.. B D. GIBSON. Charlestown. W. V a.. Sept. 21, 1883. Having used the preparation made by the late Dr. Schteffcr, Dentist, of Charlestown, it gives me pleasure to recommend its use as a valuable dentifrice and wash for the mouth and gums. W. F. LIPPITT, M. D. For sale at DU BISHOP'S Drug Store in Charlestown, Jefferson Co., \\ . Va. J ULIUS C.HOLMES Late Superintendent of Repairs of Public Buildings. Charlestown, Jefferson County, West Virginia. I now offer mv services agaiu as | Architect and Builder, c - well as a Gcueral Contractor or Superintendent for of Cnil Iir* r. and l\t unir work neatly and promptly done. Plans and Spcciti- | cation and estimates furnished upon applica tion. My aim shall be to give yon work equal to the best in the United States in material j and u irkinanship. 1 defy any city mechanic j to beet it in workmanship or in time of com- J pletiou. Mv p.i.-t experbn.,- in the erection of the following large buildings attest my ability as i a Guilder ami Contractor: Oakland Hotel, B. A t>., I.uray Inn, S. V. It. R., Roanoke Hotel and Uui<m Passenger Station. Roanoke. Va.. and ali the stations on the Shenandoah Valley R. R. and the handsome station for the Nor folk a:i 1 Western R. K at Norfolk, Green's Ho tel at Harper's Ferry. Harrisonburg Court House, Rjckiug! • i nty, Va., theB, AO. stations at Co :. • a i Grafton and other point.- of the road all were done under my bu pervision—. v. <•!! ;i> numerous buildings erect ed here plan • anti tq»ct i deations of which I fur nish to the satisfaction of all parties, So if you want a tirst-ckis. huildit.-g according to modern style of architecture, with the best seasoned material and first-clo.<s work, with interior finish ceilings <»r side walls in any de sign in soft or hard wood, 1 can do it at less cost and sin-rti ' lime than any city huildercan do it for you. .So whatever class of work you want done, in rough or title or extra line, shall bavt Immou it dl be done to y< w an* tire satisfaction. Hu? Rear in mind that I will give you first-class material free of any defects, with first-cla's workmen who understand their work, at a m icr ite o-t and as low as it can hr done to there. My motto shall be to give satisfacioii t > nil v. i-o employ me, whatever jtsdti i want prices will be an evi dence. old buildings will be altered to any modern .lc- :gn of an hitccture you may desire, > ■ if y. u purpose to build or make alterations • ; sand < ntit dpne in workman like m inner, give m a call and you will save mom >.! |>jisf experience of gf years as a build, ml mv experience of four years and fotu ns the Omoal Swerintenwotof Rt J.--' ! lines, will uivc von the guar.. ' : ii i u? it done lirsi-da-'in every re- : ust (.proved style of modern architc uri May o' is-?i JUI.IUSC. HOLMES. DRUGS, Patent Medicines, Chemicals. Hair, Tooth, Nail and Shaving Brushes, Straps. Perfume,. Combs. Ac. Physicians can always supply themselves from-our large supply of medicine*. AIStJUITH A CO. Aug. 30, 1S.S8. vJOAPS We have in store a large stock of T ' oaps. We call special attention to our 1 i cent soaps. AISQUITH A 00 THE JEFFERSON COUNTV FARMEfi OFFICE VALLSV FERTILIZER CO., Charleston s, ^ August 1,18S1*. DEAR SIRWe are prepared to furnish oui regular Brands of Fertilizer, viz : Bhenan doah,” Virginia. Potomac, "\alley Bone, “Special Wheat Mixture, “Raw Bone, “Dis solved Bono,” “'South Carolina, our own man. ufacture. The “Shenandoah” is the best Fer tilizer sold • the farmers who have used it veai after year Lave had the best wheat and gras and their land has Improved, because it is t strictly Bone Fertilizer. We have averaged : year since 18*3 Two Hundred and Fifty Ton: of ‘Shenandoah” in Jefferson County—tiff speaks for itself. The “Virginia” has Dissolved Bone where the “Shenandoah” has Raw Bone 1 and is sold at the same price. ‘ Potomac" : this giadc is well, lor years it has been a favor ! ite with our farmers. alley Bone co.'tsles: than “Potomac," and is used by a number o ! our farmers. Both of these brands Analyst hb'h in Bone Phosphate cf Lime. “Speeia Wheat Mixture —we prepared and put tiff ! brand on the market in 1889 to meet the de : n and for a cheap Amntomaled Phosphate We have been surprised at the demand createc for it; last year we sold 1** tons of it in Jeffcr I «ot) countv. It runs over 1| in Ammonia am | costs only $22 per ton. We have on hand i i large supply of ourown Manufacture of Soutl Carolina, also a large supply of S. C. manufac | aired in Baltimore, cither of which we wil i furnish at the market price. We furnished las ! year in this County over400 tons of S. < .. threi ! hundred of which we manufactured. We wil guarantee it to be in line drilling condition I We run it through the Rollers before bagging We have on hand a supply of Animal Bone Raw and Dissolved, of our own manufacture ! We would he glad to have you inspect it, m ! better can be found oil the market. We an ! prepared to mix. on short notice, any Speeia I Formula, at a small cost. The Valiev Fertilizer Company is a strictly | home institution, Jefferson county capital ant I Jefferson countv people, and we are gratinci I . i. ..M.i/mt .Mvon P-nmnniw ir our farmers since its organization. As an evi deuce of our standing at home, we sold in Jei ferson county the fall of 1888, over 1,200 Ton of Fertilizer to three hundred farmers. W will he glad to have you call and examine ou stock. " Respectfully, VALLEY FERTILIZER COMPANY. Aug. 29, 1880. _ GROCER, AND DEALER!N QUEENS WAR! CLASS AND WOOBENWARE, Main -ireot Opposite Sadler Buiidinj Everything in the line of the FAMILY GROCE* necessary to good living supplied at mod crate prices. Fresh Country Produce July 29, 1SSG. Still Aiieacl. I have a very full stock of Groceries -con . sistin : of Flour, Meal, Canned Goods, Tea Coffees, Syrups. Mollasses, Soaps, Pickles, Fal Fish, etc.! etc. 1 make a specialty of the bes N. O. Mollasses. The best brands of Tobacco and Cigarsalway on hand. MEATS. In connection with my grocery l keep a first class Meat Shop, and can supply my customer with the choicest meats. I have the very bes home-made and Baltimore mince meat, l’resi Bologna Sausage on hand. Thanking my patrons for theii kind treat ment in the jmdt i solicit a continuance of tin same. R spectfully, Dec. 13,1884. W. S. M ERCHAXT. I MERCHANT TAILOR, Has just received ?he Largest Assortment of SPRING SAMPLES* ever exhibited in Jefferson County, and IVHi . flake Saifs to Grdet AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Having 25 years' experience as a Cutter, wil guarantee you a fit or no sale. Work Prompt ly and Carefully Executed Cull and be con vinmi. Yours respectfully, J. F. RKININGER, March 7, 1889. Merchant Tailor. \\TY. HAVE just received a new and elegnn » \ assortment of Combs and Hair Brushes •»l<n Ti.ntli «»n.1 Vftil Rrnshi*s AISQUITH A CO. / \UR OWN PALM SOAP—made from pun * / Palm Oil and Soda. Ten gross just re ccired and for sale at5cent - per cake. Also j large lot of all of the most popular fancy soaps AISQUITH A 00. TUST RKCEIVBD—a large lot of Bostor ?/ Coach Oil for oilin Bug.ies. Carriages, Ac Also '•Favorite" Sewing Machine Oil arid Con tincntal Ointment for man or beast AISQUITH A CO. V LARGE STOCK of Arnold’s Chcmica Writing Fluid and Stafford's Cotnnjcrcia Inks, all sizes, for sale at AISQUITH A CO.'S Tl^E have just received in stock Pure Black Vt and Red Pepper. Sage and Sweet Mar joram. all freshly ground. Also pure granola ted Saltpetre ana Coriander Seed for seasoning sausage and curing pork. AISQU ITH A CO. •*\il REAMS of Writing Paper, all sizes anti ♦,/U sorts. Also 20,000 Envelopes just put or sale in our Book and Stationery Department October 27 i>'7. AISOUITH A CO. Our oft l»r JFT5 R° v3 KKST Tf! he fa p«copcpt inf § i 8a rm the world. *»tir :• i’..ti*strt sneqonl’-d. nn-i to in?r«*dar* ox.t »ujrri- ipi -!»wev .1 aradrrrr tooXK TLI:-<•.’• in ••< h locality, •sftbere Only those v fco vrr t«* to us *t on • ran rr.akr a-ir- ^ f tbechanra All you barr to d« it: return ia to sh-sw our y 1* to those bo call—your U‘ rbb rt and those *round you Tbe bo AYE finning of this •drer'i^ement •bows the small rad of the t*le about th. dftifth part «f iu bulk It t» * (r*nd. doubt, err tric acopr. a* tarm •• U -».y to carry Wc w .lt.!» .bow you how you caamak- fr jr.. SjUl t. It IO a day aJJ< aat.ft n tb-«... • -. b. out <sp«ri«BCU Better write »t(mc* ''' A44ic»,H HALLCrf * CO., Bui 880, ro*TLA>X>. M..JS WH*m*hiHgton A* JHexandci UA YE made arrangements to insure proper ty AGAINST TORNADOES in .Etna, ol Hartford, Continental, of New York, and Pea body, of Wheeling, W. Ya. Where parlies de sire this, ou application a special Policy will he granted and an additional rate be charged for same. May 27. 18m}. Xi 1 mi 1 or, i1" lbs. Persian Iu eJLj sect Pow >t. AISQUITH A CO. 9 DRUGGISTS, Court House Square, Charleston n, Wa. 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 tine stock of Stationery and School Books 1 always in store. I March 10, 1887. __ FRUIT HILL NURSERY, Charlestown, Jefferson County, West Virginia. jFruit and Ornamental Trees, Flower and Vegetable PLANTS, Slirubbory,&Ct I rjiHE subscriberscallattentionto thegreat va X riety ofTrees, Plants, Vines,Roses,4c.,4c., at their' Fruit Hill Nursery, \ und are gratified to be conscious o (having as took . likely to please all who patronize them. They I will not undertake to present in this advertise ment a catalogue of stock on hand,but willbe niont in WAnneaUiA hnnlnrr (hat /»n r nPntllfwill , calland seeforthemselvestbat the necessity for . sendingabroad for Trees,Shrubbery,d-c.,nolon ; ger exists. We have . 10,000 Apple Trees—choice varieties; A.000 rcaeli Trees, Strawberry Plants, r Asparagus Roots, Green House and Bedding Plants—Cabbage,Tomato, Egg,Cau!i9ow»r and Sweet Potato, allfor sale Cheap for Cash. April 15, 1S76—tf. HOPKINS* CO. ( Contractors and Builders, C A RPENTE RS, MERCHANTS, FARMERS, EVERYBODY, 7 I NT ENDING TO BUILD OR REMODEL, ran ' i sutc time and money by leaving or sending their orders for SASII, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, CORNICE, FENCING, CEILINGS, PALINGS, FLOORING, MOULDINGS, MANTELS, AC., MSI. JIB II MM till OF ALL KINDS Ac., TO THE , c isat & b: s t o w.v 1 Sill Sil m Ml Mill. jESJ-Sntisfaction will be given as to prices and quality of work. Terms, Reasonable. * WM. PHILLIPS & SONS. April ->0>, lSSl~y. I Important Notice to Builders I rnHE undersigned isgiving hifsoieattentionto ' 1 the LUBBER BUSINESS, at Roadside, Rockingham County, Virginia,and has facilities for filling orders oT any extent and ’ great variety. He commands forests of growing , timber of the very best quality, and milling ca 1 pacitv to meet the most extravagant demandsof this section. 3 Ordersfor Lumber fei BUILDING PURPOSE, ' cotinsixeand length to meet the demands ot - Builders or others, tilled promptly upon terms with which no other person in the Valley of Vir 1 ginin can compete successfully. The subscriber has in former years supplied ■ very many parsons in this section with Lumber, and in returning thanks for past patronage, and in soliciting the orders of old customers and new, promises a careful personal supervision, sotbat order* may pesatisfactorilv filled. Address, DR. S. P. H. MILLER, Klkton, S. V. R. R. Rockingham Co., March 16,1876. Virginia. CHARLESTON i MARBLE WORKS, Cor.nek or George Street a::i> Twenty Toot Alley. Diehl & I5ro. MANUFACTURERS OF fji>HUN EMTS, TO71 ISti, Head and Foot Stones, Mantles, Statues and Carving, in r.ll its various branches, and all 1 work In their boainera. 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.— t tease can anu see ami juugc ior yuiuwiu ' be fore purchasing else where, an.! patronizellome Manufacturers. The subscribers have also in operation their shop in Martinsburg, where they will give propmt attention to all work entrusted to them. DIEHL* BRO. Charlestown, July IS. ISC7—y. This paper In kept on file si .hr office of JYER^SON ADVERTISING AGENTS 'tiMCSBuiLDlna SsufKl PiiWEiPHin. CC7il5?.TrQ For FW&MFFK ItiTFRIWIIS rnrr tol • 1AH.0 at Lowest Cash Rates * fiLC »*" AYER A SM S MANUAL .mss .a.iieli.i hicks H AS taken the room on diaries street, in rear of Mrs. N. S. White's residence, wheicshe willdo I)RES" MAKINGand FAM ILY SEWING in good style and at reasonable charges. She will be pleased to have the pat ronage of the ladies of the town and vicinity, and will strive to render satisfaction. She has also a stock of Dress Trimmings and Notions to which she invites the attention ot the ladies. June 10, 18R6 IMPORTED Gm n ami White Castile Soap, and Imported B.iy Rum. Ji j GALLONS nice Norwegian Cod Liver 11 / Oil anil 5 gallon.- Extra Pure White Gly | ccrine. KIDNEY Wort, dry and liquid; Wells and Richardson’s improved ButtcrColor, three sizes 25 and 50 cents and $1.00. Fine stock in store. AISQUITH*CO. ])AIN’T.OiD, Varnishes. Window Gla‘>. Putty, Paint Brushes, <fcc. We have a large stock of these goods on hand to which we call the attention of the people. Lewis' pure Lea l, pure Linseed Oil and Lucas' celebrated Pre pared Paints, ready to apply, in all colors in cans from one pound to one gallon. We have all color-, either dry or in oil. Examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Apr. lt>. 'S5. AISQUITH * CO. Private Sale. VVERY desirable place of 41 acres, 2 mile from Charlestown, suitable for home or summer residence. Two dwelling bouses 5 rooms each, and all nccessarv out buildings. Apply to A. W. CRAMER. Charlestown, Jeff. Co., W. Va. COACH FACTORY LIVERY, Furniture Establishment, &c. rpilE undersigned haring purchased the old es I tafclisbed Coach Factor/ of the late Wells J. Hawks,in Charlestown, with the riew of enter ing into the CARRIAGE BUSINESS, in allits branches, offers for sale a'targc number of New and Second-band Carriages, Buggies. Jaggers, & c. ettbelowestpricesaod upon the most accommo dating terms. OLD CAIIRlA GBS TA KEX IX EXCHA XGE FOR XEW. Ait Kinds of Itcpnirs done with neatness and dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. HORSES AND CARRIAGES TOR HIRE. laconnection with the shore I wiMcontinue the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnish Carriages, Baggies and daggers at the shortest notice. ^,Tbeaborebusiness wilibe under the su perintendence of Abram Stump. FUENTTUREI I also offer to the public a large lot of Furni ture, comprising CHAIRS, TA BLES( Ext* fionandothtr) BED STEADS, MATTRESSES, and a 11 articles usual! / found in a Furniture Es tablishment. Oh] Pumiltire Reunited UNDERTAKING. I will be prepared in a short time to give mv special attention to the busi ness of Undertaking. being a practical mechanic and determined to give satisfaction, I respectfully solicit a share of publicpatronage. LEW IS STARRY. May 12, 1877. Hu? the Largest and Host Selection of Goods for the Holidays. TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY Such ns Dolls, Gaines, Books, Toilet Sets, Vases, Cups and Saucers. Mugs, Rubber Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Tea Sets, Bisques, Baskets, Plush Goods, Wagons. Sleds, Veloc ipedes, Ac., Ac. FINE CONFECTIONS, Candies of all kinds, and prices cheap. Have on hand Whitman’s Superior Confections, Bon Bons, Chocolates and Fine Mixtures. FRUITS A1NI> NUTS, A large supply of Nuts. Raisins, Citron Cur rants, Figs, Dates, Granges, Lemons, Grapes and Bananas. CAKES. Plain and Ornamental Cakes always an baud. Sunday Schools arc invited to get Prices be fore buying elsewhere. Come early and make your selections. OYSTERS received daily, larger than ever. Leave your orders. Thankful for pat,t patronage, and hoping to merit a continuance, I am Respectfully. Dec. 11. 1889. GUSTAV BROWN. Poor Man’s Liver Pills. So named on account of the price, are strictly vegetable and arc the BEST LIVER PILLS IN USE, These Pills are a Remedy For Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Sick Head ache, I-o.'s of Appetite, Pain in the Side and tinder Shoulder Blades. In Region of Heart, Piles, Liver Com plaint, etc. The above diseases arc caused by Costiveness, or Constipation of the Bowels, and can he re moved by cu occasional use of these Pills. /'•’••The ordinary dose of these Pills is from I to 3—From 10 to 50 Pills in each box. Persons from a distance sending the umount will receive a box by return mail free of pos tage. Sold by dealers generally. Only 15 Gents Per Box. Made by W. 3. BOREMAN, June 2.'*, ’90-Cm. Parkersburg, W. Ya. iVOTKCE TO TAX-PA Y Bits OF CHARLESTOWN ANI) MIDDLEWAY DISTRICTS. IF Taxi! are not paid promptly I will he i compelled to sell propi rry as the law di rect*. No other help for it. EUGENE BAKER. Deputy Sheriff. June 16,18o7 Spirit and Dem. copy. BUSLDINC LOTS FOlt SALE. SEVERAL BUILDING LOTS situated wear the corporate limits, opposite the Nursery of Win. Hopkins, arc ottered for Hale on the instalment plan—$2.50 monthly. Apply to P. B. Bonders, who will show plat. DAVIS & CO. June 2, ISS7. Hoarders Wanted. rj’lIE Misses Ware having removed to the 1 dwelling on “Mt. Paryo" recently occupied by Mr. Jno. P. Brown and family, will take a few boarders. The house is a very convenient one—delightfully situated. Miss Lizzie Ware will continue her Mantua Making. April 5, 1888. OTICEI notice: \\ r E arc i!,<-1< der in Low I'ri< es and Head } y Onarters for Tinware. To prove the fact to you we arc selling the best Fruit Can in the market, with a guarantee with every one, at the small price of 40 cents per dozen. Hoping yon will call Ijefore buying elsewhere, we are. Yours, very truly. September 6, ’80. C. I). KBY. To the Public. I HAVE in stock *ome superior bran«ls of Whiskeys, among them a Sour Mash Ken tucky Whiskey highly recommended as una dulterated and pure. Nov. 22 JOHN S. KASTF.RDA Y .V CO. Diamond if yes. AS the Spring advances we call attention to - a full stock of Diamond Dyes, and guar antee them to color Ribbons, Dresses. Hats, Feathers and Cotton Goods. GEO. T. LIGHT, Druggist. Neat Door to Post Office. WOF I.D inform the public that every Prc » » scription that comes to my store is pre pared by me individually. Persons can find me at night at the room over the old Sheriff's Office, Jail Building. Respectfully, July 16. 1881. GEO.T.' LIGHT PRI'IT Puddine, Corn Starch and Shred Co A coanut. Gelatine, Tapioca, Ac., for sale by May 28,1800. C. D. EBY. j Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Time Table in Effect December 29th, 1889. NORTHWARD! 120 418 1 448 45o Stations. Pass. Pass. Mix. Mix, -1-: Lexington— Lv A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. Staunton— “ 7 24 Harrisonburg— “ 8 29 10 30 4 10 Mt. Jackson- “ 9 27 P.M 5 4.3 Woodstock— “ ! 9 55! 1 14 6 26 Strasburg— “ TO 23' 2 07 7 11 1 Capon Road- *' 10 32 3 11 7 24 Winchester— “ 6 10 11 15 5 10 8 28 j Stephenson— “ 6 19 P.M. 5 25 8 4t Charlestown— “ 6 56 12 01 6 40 9 50 Harper’s Ferry Ar 7 1* 12 25 7 45 10 30 Washington— “ ■ 9 15 2 25 ! Baltimore— “ 10 10 3 15 Wilmington— " P.M. 5 13 Philadelphia— - 12 45 5 80 Trains No. 420. 118 and 148 are daily excel Sunday ; Train No. 450 runs Sunday only. Additional mixed trains leave Charlestown 4.05 p.m. and 1.10 a. in., and arrive at Harper’s Ferry at 5.10 p. m. and 1.55 a. m. ex. Sunday. SOUTHWARD. 417 419 417 449 Stations. Fa.**>. Pass. Mix. Mix. Philadelphia— Lv A.M P.M. P.M. A.M. Wilmington— “ 8 47 2 10 Baltimore— “ 10 15 4 20 Washington— “ P. M 5 30 Harper's Ferry “ 1 15 7 40 1 35 7 15 Charlestown— “ 1 39 8 04 2 30 8 01 Stephenson— “ 2 16 8 42 4 24 9 10 Winchester- “ 2 2B 8 52 5 10 9 28 Capon Road— 1 3 11 I 6 05; 10 40 Strasbnrg— “ 3 20 6 36110 51 Woodstock- " 3 50 8 02 11 51 Mt. Jackson— “ 4 20 9 07 P.M. Harrisonburg— “ 5 20 H 00 2 15, Staunton— “ 6 29 Islington— AijjJ? 15 Train** No. 417. 419 and 447 are daily except Sundav; Train No. 449 runs Sunday only. Additional mixed trains leave southward at 2.31 a. m. and 8.J7 a. m. and arrive at Harri sonburg at 9.08 a m ana o-oup^ni.c* Dunaay W EM'ward. Train 418 connects at Harper's Ferry with Yeatibuled Limited at 12.55 p. ni„ arriving in Pittsburgh at 8.55 p. in., Columbus 2.45 next morning. Chicago 10 55 next morning, ami with Cincinnati Yeatibuled Limited at 4 j in., arriving in Cincinnati at 7.40 a. in. next morning. St. Louis 0.55 p. m. next evening, EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold to j ar ties of ten or more between all ticket stations on the Yalley Division—Good for two days. For tickets and further information apply to B. k 0. Agents or to B. F. Bond, Pass. Agent, Baltimore. C. E. Dmlrow, Traveling Passenger Agent, Winchester, Va. B. i 0. Palace Bleeping Cars are run through to Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicagoand Pittsburg on all express trains. J. T. ODELL, Gcn’l Manger. C1IA8. 0. SCULL, Gen'l Passenger Agent. T. C. PRINCE, SujKTintendent. Feb 5, 1890. Shenandoah Valley Railroad. S. F. TYLER, Receiver. Schedule In Effect June I. 1800. LEAVE CH ARI.ESTOWX—SOCTIIIV AKD. 8:31 A. M. Daily—Memphis Express. Roanoke and intermediate stations and all points South and Southwest. Through Pullman Sleeping cars from New York and Philadelphia to Roanoke, Chattanooga and Mem phis. 12:11 A. M.Daily—N.Orleans Express from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore with day coaches to Roanoke, mak ing connection through to the South. Carries through Pullman Sleeper to New Orleans via Harrisburg. 5:27 1*. M. No. 5. Daily except Sunday local Accommodation between Hagers town and Shenandoah. Has con nection at Shenandoah .function from Baltimore and Washington. LEAVE CUARLEBTOWK—XORTHWAM*. 2 01 P. M. Daily—Baltimore Express, from all points South, for Washington, Bal timore, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New York. Carries through Pullman Sleeper from Roanoke to Philadelphia via Harrisburg. 3:OOA. M. Daily’—New York and Philadelphia Express, from Mobile, Memphis, Chattanooga and all points South. For Philuuclphia and New York. Sleeping cars through to New York via Harrisburg. 9:28 A. M. No. 0. Daily except Sunday- Leal Accommodation iK’tweeu Shenan doah and Hagerstown. Makes close connection at Shenandoah Junction for Washington and Baltimore. Ticket Agents will furnish all information and through schedules upon application. 0. HOWARD ROYER, Gen'l Pass. Agt. June t, 1800. 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 be 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 the demand of the public for tirst-class goods. The Highest Market Price will he paid for Wool delivered at tlie Mill or at such points a may be designated. Orders for Cloths, Yarns, Ac., will receive prompt attention Respectfully, J. J. JOBE A CO. Post Office—Ripon, Jefferson County, W. Va J. J Jobe & Bru. will continue to Operate the Mill a! liriir »ti, \ u Erinlerti L I 'mintv Virginia and will pay the top market price for Wool de livered there. April, 19, 1883. TM E BEST. MV BAR it supplied with Liquor* of ever; description—of the best quality. Baltimore and Kocnestcr Beer Pure French Brandy, ALSO nu mum buck m byi —ailol io-beat. Freab Rocbeiter Beerdelhered anywhere intown at il per dozen. FAYETTE B. HOLDERS, Jau. 25,1879. Basement JeBeraon Building STOP THAT HORRIBLE COUCH! (Jo at once and get a bottle of P RIM L E Y ’ 6 S P E E I) Y C l R K FOP. COUGHS AND COLDS C HOULDyou buy a bottle and it ■ 1 td give satisfaction, on the return of tl - bottle #e will cheerfully refund the pri<* lj*‘' for it in other goods. Sold hy 0. T. MGIII ■ PRIM LEY'S Sarsaparilla sold «>:i the plan, by G T. LIGHT. T) KIM LEY S Iron and Wahoo B ' ^‘r'IJ 1 is in tiie market for the purcha-c of LIVE STOCK COWS AND CALVES. SHEEP, LAMBS HOGS, AC. Highest Market Price Given for Wool. March 2D, 1888. 1.URKKA HORSE POWDERS, (beaton the j market for the prevailing Horae Dj*-***^ Prepared and for sale by G. T. LIGH T.