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grocer,
ANDDEALERINQUEENSWARE
CLASS AND WOODENWARE,
Main StmH Opposite >adici' Building.
Everything in the line of the
FAMILY GROCER
necessary to good living supplied at mod
erate prices.
Fresh Cm NTHY PRODUCE.
July 29, li*).
JEFFERSO* WOOLF* MILL
Formerly Porter's Factory.
Cnaer the above mentioned name the old
“ Porter s Factory," which in days gone by en
joyed almost a national reputation r..r excel
lent manufacturei*. will I* operated bv the un
dersigned. Necessary repairs have been made
and improved machinery t»tiv*du* eJ
our expectation to maintain the reputanoa oi
the mill and to meet the demand oi me puoin
for first-class goovls.
The Highest Market Price v, til be pai l fo
Wool delivered at the Mill or at such poim* a
may be designated.
Orders for Cloths. Yarns. Ac., will receive
prompt attention
Respectfully,
J. J. JOBE A CO.
Post Office Kipon. Jetlerson County, W. \ »
J. J. Jobe A Bro. will continue to operate t hr
Mill at Ururetown. Frederick County, \ irvima.
aud will pay the top market price for Wool de
livered there.
April. 19, IS»3.
I>K. HARTLEY’S
GREAT REMEDY
CATAIUUT.
Id"?I PAT f>
And drives away forever iMleUhivc itreatli.
Diao^ivi'ubk* from liic Ilc*ul.
Hawking and Rasping tl.e Throat »|Uiekly re
tieved by »:■» use. ami Ttirn.d Alleetions,
V'thtuu • ib-truclioii- tic* N:.«al lltssag'-'
Headache und Pains in the b :»••*» and b~«t'
. Grtii&xHttilljf aii'i dffisi i unity mrctl. V ciiv^i•
ful di’it* i" »: oiut* ri" ■ rvtl ai:u iht«
\ i is d •• - - d -jH-ed of by the ua ‘ a
'ineie t.oitU. Sold by druggist* »s» large
packages, with glass syphon. nd ail nece-mry
instructions*.
pftp >, i»N K IKtLl.AK Pi A* R‘ » PT1.E.
t’ONSPL i FREE
DR. it MM’LKY. lUitimore MJ.
At•*, 1S*1 ly
Carter House Reopened.
t.EuRtiL '. WATSON, Proprietor.
f PHE t AKTMR Ht>l >E : - recmliv umk
I tie a thorough rutov..'.: :i—newly paint
ed, i apercd an>l furttislied. u*id on Monday
May loth, was reopened for the accoumioda- ;
tlon of the i>ublii* Transient or Permanent
tiueais arc assured tiiat ll>e last provision wilt
be made tor their comfort iit cvtry prrtiiular
the House l ull be a modi' id neatite—ami
cleanliness, and the table will l» abundantly
and rii l.lv hit; j «• : AUentiv. ami <> *.-ti ns
servant-, only, will l>- retained, and the pro
prietor will not only give 'general supervision
IjQt close attention to details, an that their h* is
of the House shall have no room for complaint,
at have comp’ ?** ;inaction guaranteed
diem.
May 21, itvts*.
OHAU1 .ESTOW’N
11AUHLG WOKKS,
( ..U>K«i •'/ tiCoR.-K STKI.tf VM* TwK.NTV FoOT
Allit.
i> i«' li I Ar !*«*«.
*t vatrani neks or
>|OM iEXTS TOM
Head and FV t St.-ties. Mantles. Statues and
Carv ing, •>; all its various branches. anii alt
« ..L- Kn.iivMM A.! orii-:rs nrolUlK 1 \
tilled at the low* t rate, at 1 shortest notice,
and all w< -k deb ven d a:. t , it p, a: d guar
anteed to s .it pur liases If not. no sale.—
Please call and >«? and judge i -r yourselves be
forep'»rcb.i>,:.. elsewhere. ui*i patronise*Ioiue
Manufacturers.
The subscribe:» hav* ium> in oi*cratioa then
shop in Martin-:.urg where they will give
i-root it atteuti* u to all work entrusted Ujtticiu
‘ ‘ DIEHL A BUG.
< uarie-u*An. July IS. 1m”—y.
UEAMKRS
HOWARD HOUSE
Howard and Haiti more Streets,
Baltimore. Md.
I TAkE thi* methodol informing my friends
and the public generally that 1 have lease*!
the above well-known hotel f**r a term of years,
ami have thoroughly renovated and refurnish
ed the same. I 1 u*e,by polite and strict at
tention to Lu-iuess to merit a liberal share of
public patronage.
Terms—11.50 ami $-'.00 per day.
JAMES REAMER,
Av.g. S, I.v*.». Proprietor.
Barber Shop.
Hair C utt.ng >uu\ing and s> mi| *.r.g in
the best style at the Watson House Tonsorial
Annex by*the underslaned. i have just re
moved into a new room specially set apart ami
einipped with all the modern conveniences
for the purposes lor which it has been designed
and will be pleased to see toy patron- of the
pas- and ’ • w t* -. pro* -ing t • a-in.t alien
Feb. Is. 1-R. tiEOR'-fc I'RAVIS.
UTE am-till the ic-idcr in Low Price Tin
ware. Full stock always on hau l i*oug.t
before the advance in tin plate.
Gallon Glass Oil Can only.;>i>c.
Half-Gallon ..
Gallon Tin Oil fan . •
Also full stock of l uke Fan , Jelly Pans. Bread
and Cake Boxes, Buckets ol all sices, Toilet
Setts, Chamber Pails, f oal llods, Ac. Hope
ou will gi\c me a ca:i before you buy as we
can save you moucy. Respectfully,
Xnv. ‘Jo, lv*1 *. C. D. EBY.
500 Calves Wanted 500
AT UHH1E>T MARKET PRICE.
Will also pay the highest price the markets
a third for
Turkey*. t hicken*, Xc.
W S MKR1 HAN’T
> .V. - J. 1N*I.
Farmer*.
EVERY fa rarer snouid haves cau of our
Brown or Red Paint. It is put up ia 4 and
one gallon cans, already to put on. The very
thing for p&iutiug gates, pump?, roofs, and all
of agricultural implement*.
AISQUITH A CO.
Apr. 16. 1*1.
rJCRJiKA HORS I PI WDJ
J :*a«'< t for t
Prepared and fir sale by <». T T.TOMT
4 Hx/fR N’hk’.e t ’ V Fvri away with
*4 Soap Powder at C. I». KBY’S.
i at \
JULIUSC.HOLMES
Laic Superintendent of Repairs ot Public
Buildings,
ChaxU* town. Jefferson County, West Virginia.
1 now oiler mv services again as
Architect and Builder,
as well as a General
Contractor or Superintendent
tor all chis-e- of building, and Repair work
neatly md promptly done, l’tan andtfpccifi
i cation and estimates turnislud upon appnea
i lion. Mv aim shall be to give you work equu
to the best in the United States ;:i material j
and workmanship. 1 defy any city mechanic ;
so heat it in v >rkmanship or in mu© ot com- j
pleiion. , . ,.,,
Mv t>ast e\perienve in ti*e erection ol toe j
following large buildings attest my ability as
I a Builder ami Contractor: Oakland Hotel. B. ,
I Jfc 0.. I.umv Inn, S. V. R. **.. Roanoke Hotel
! and Union Passenger Station. Roanoke, a..
and all Use - aliens on the Shenandoah * alley
K. It. ami the handsome station lor the.
folk ami Western K. It.at Norfolk. Green silo- j
tel at Harper's Ferry. Harrisonburg t J*uJTl ;
House, Rockingham county, \ ;i . the H. A U. i
I stations at Charlestown anil Graft ti and other
I poin's of the i >a-l ail were done under my su- |
nerviston-a- well a numorm.s buildings erect
cl her- plan.-and specifica'dons ot which l -ur- -
nish to Gi«' satisfaction of all parties >o if
von want a tirst-cla-s building according to
modern style of archite- lure, with the bysi
seasoned iiiideriai and fitst-class work, with
iutenor finish ceilings or -ide walls if any dc
• sign in soli <>r haul wood. 1 can do it at less
cost ami shorter time than .ny city builder can
do i for v >u So whatever class of work you
want done, in rough or fine or ext "a fine, -aall
have th»* same cart— shall he done to vour en
tire . tion. But hear in mind that I will
jjive you first-class materia! free of any defects,
with first-cl.tss workmen nho understand their
work, at a moderate cost ami as low as it can
l>e done anvwhere. My motto shall be to give
sati.-l.,. tion" to all who employ im . whatever
ura-i,- of work you want, prtet - will be an evi
dence. Old buildings will he altered to any ,
modern design ot architecture you may uc-irv.
so if you purpose t-> build or make alterations j
or repairs and von want i: done in workman
like n III III Jive meat .dandy-a Will save
nioiiev. My past experience of -_’t years as »
builder aii-1 mv experience ol tour years an
f,, the Genera! Superintendent of Ro
iMirs ' Public Building-, will give you the
. iraiit.e of Laving i- done first-class in every
I re-peci in the most approved style of modern
‘ Vi't "■*. .11 1.11*6?« HOLMBS
I1ENKY nr MM
j Novel* before has been better
HOLIDAY NECESSITIES
| 'the iH-op'-e old and young, rich and p-»or
ri._,... ot M-vor previous condition, than
n,»v. 1 iie stock is large, varied and fresh,—
cons!'ting of
BONBONS. CHOCOLATES
abs<»lum:ly pure cvndiks—
Foieign aiul Domestic!
FRESH M TS AND F1U-ITS
PRBSEfl IS IN HR* k I PROS tSIOS -
Infinite Yiuiety of
| Dolls- Carnes, Novelties,
Toys,
.\!i, I in >i ..ic aiso large supplies of sweetmeat
n;,; tiic iM.<-titial elements for Cake- ami Pit 1
iiiia- for the Holiday time
Fatuities or individuals -applied with OAKF
>f everv kind. FRUIT o.VKK ** specialty
All ma-ie to order -»r for sale at my counter. 1
ua.- n ade unusual preparation to supply the
Oy-tei the best -piality sold in quantity
I to suit pureliasera.
Respectfully,
1 . 1 i. tS80. H&NKV IM MM.
uu4 I' llm a I
v civ n t\ r c u j
w<r t! ; livo. I
will . liv |
..*» *:.»u 4/4 :
eioplotiucLt, at
ivblrii >vi can
•ftiii 1I1»: »■" • •'.!
I cli- i.*o liw*I.; H
anti cti-wlvc ujIL*
.’.Iff t: :ilc«9 rac
wr*i!.4l, 99 '.K-.
N.ilufirult
to l< or llii't
iCijuit • U/u*h ;
: ... I itnln Ui
vu« |kt»o»* from J
1. Jtirfct vt
1 hart*!
I, . *r Uufbl »I.V
ir v. itbna*
i uic&s t t»rj.
• «• u -iWi «4o u<
. YcJf. Mrk. All U n*o,
,.lul. *ur.*. 1 | -llco. ' , > . Cbw'v.n, l( J.u
i • A -i t**.
1. 4. .11.1.1 \, liu\ i.O, AngttMOi .Halite.
THE BEST.
MV BAii iasuppiied with Liaunrs "l every
descriptii’Q —of the best quulitv.
Baltimore and Roemstcr Beer
Pure French Brandy,
ALSO
|—a lot u tint. Fresh Kocbestcr Iteei delivered ,
i lorwherf intnwc at $1 per dozen.
FAYETTE B.SOI DEKS,
Jab. 25,1879. B.vs?:ceDt Jetiergen Building. J
Paint.
I I \.ir. to paint your house, yon
w ii ti.nl it to your advantage to cail and
Mr stock of Mata. The braud we are cat*
i ryi:.c :: - yea: is Our Own roods, a strictly
I pure I insmi Oil and Lead Paint that sells for
$1.50 jier gallon. Our own Guarantee will be
| given to insure its Purity. A!*o, Rooting and
t K juinu’ Paint, at ?! AH) per irailon.
April-' !») AI StiP I Til *CO.
N’ K\V CEO ■ ■1 s UoiasMa for
_ i by C. D. KBY.
4 POVNlh? < Alifornta Ki-isin for 25 cents at ;
-1- C. D. BEY’S.
17 XT KAt 1 White Bom, do. Frangipani, do.
j 1; :n uct. fur the bundkeuhief. S“ld by
Feb. 2. Isss. GEO. T. LIGHT.
*Veic Goods.
Nr EW Kaisins, Citron And Currants, Califor
_ nia Fiand Dates. C. I). KBY.
rhUCK WHEAT FLOPK and X. O. Molasses,
J-new crop. •M* KBY.
HOMIN'Y and Beans ud all flavors of
Fruit. Piiddine D. KBY
%
Flunnois Shins.
(vll i.Mui' sKINS from »tn to -i-civ cents, I
j,. C-rri. :c sponges .:«! Boston Coach Oil.
Atm ■. 1'". AISQUITH A CO.
nlU’l.s, Patent Medicine . Chemicals. Hair, 1
To ii. Null und trhaving Brushes, Soups,
Pt rt a ait -. Cotni-. Aw. Physicians can always I
.-upplv themselves froir* onr larsrc rupplv of I
medicine-. AI^QI ITD <x CO. |
Am- TO 1 «*.**.
For Snip t
rime '"’>iii IIo-’s. c on easy terms Ap-j
riyto G. H. IIIGIKY. j
Feb. 2 1i
[The KiNCl
OF ALL •
i 03U6H CURES; !
DOCTOR
i !
j I
j1 ; |
I :
■ 5 •
• ■
j Sold In England j
for Is. lSd., and
in America
• for 25 cents a bottle. :
IT TAfiTEH GO<)». | j
Dr. Acker’s Ecgiisa Fills j
_____ euro Sickness and Headache. i
UTC mall, plra-uul. n fc<«r!(c «l'“ • ;
l«4k«. j
W H HOOKUi:-v l'*.. M-W ...
. •• . .......
Still iVliead.
I HAVE a very full stock ol Groceries—con -
1 listing of Flour. Meal, Canned Goods, leas,
ruffe.-:*. Svrup Molise >es. Soups. Fickle*. Sal*
Fit!i, etc.* etc. I make a specialty of the best
X. O. Mollass. s
The best brands of I baccoand < tgarsalways
on band. __
ME VTS.
In connection with my grocery 1 keep a first
cla-« Meat Shop, and can supply mv customer*
with the ehoict-t meats. I have the very best
home-made ami Baltimore mince meat, t rest.
Bologna Sausage on band .
Thanking my patrons fur then kind treat
„r .1... nasi ! solicit a continuance <>( tnc
vame. topcctfuliv,
1Hv j ivM. W.S. MERCHANT.
n mi
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Has just received llu
Largest Assortment of
WLSTER
SAMPLES
ever exhibited in Jefferson County, and
M'iU ,tlnke Suits to Order
A 1 KOCK BOTTOM l'HICKS.
Haviu.- -ft years’ experience as a CutU r. will
guarantee von a lit or no sale. Work Prompt*
Iv and Carefully Executed Call and be con
vinced. Yours respectfully,
J. F. RKIMNtiER.
March 7. lSat*. Merchant Tailor.
\\7E II AYE just received a new and elegant
V v assortment of Cotubs and Hair Brushes,
als > Tooth and Nail Brushes.
AISQUTH A CO.
OF K OW N PALM SOAP— made irotu pure
Palm <>il and Soda Ten gross just rc
ceive.i and for sale at ft cents per cake. Also a
lurre lot of all of the mod impular fancy soaps.
Alburni a to.
I UST RECEIVED—n large lot of Boston
r J Coach Od for oilin : Buggies, Carriages, Ac.
A!-* “Favorite*’ Sewing Machine Oil aud Con
tinental Ointment for man or beast.
AISQUITII A CO.
\ l.AKOE STOCK of Arnold’s Chemical
W riting Fluid and Stafford’s Commercial
[ - ali size -. for sale at A ISQl 1111 A t O. S
\\’ E Imvo just received in stock Pure Black
11 Red Pepper. S ..•• and Sweet Mar*
j,jr.v;. ail freshly ground. Also pure granula
ted Sal! noire uml Coriander Seed for seasoning
a c and curing pork. A I'A'l 11 li A 1 (>.
-:i REAM." of Writing Paper, all size- and
#)1' Also-M.OUU Envelopes just put on
oui B<*>k and 8uti«men Department.
AldOlUTH A CO.
F. £. KE1EDY,
IU;At. ESTATE AGENT,
Cnariv.b il’t * outi! . W v ■ t \ irgimu.
ttt f !• i: OPPOSITE* A 111 Kit HOUSE.
* : tici tta-iiiesamid Resilience l.olson the C.
M. M . *V 1. Co.’s Lands for sale.
Agent ■ : Equitable Lin- Assurance Society
of New York.
Nov. la, ISfU.
Scientific America*
Agency for
CAVEAT8.
TRADE MARKS,
DESICN PATENT8
COPYRICHT8, ate.
For information and free Handbook write to
MI NN * CO., atl ISto.ADW w. New York.
Oldest bureau for soon ring patents tn America.
Krcry patent taken out bv ns Is brought before
the public by a notice given free of charge in the
*(ieutifrc JUnmcan
Largest circulation of ar.r scientific paper In the
world, bp ■•••'■ i'iti • ratel. No intelligent
y, <1.00 a
year: ♦!..'«• m.t non: o Yddrew* MUNN * 00.,
iTHLIMieks, >‘t Broadway, New York.
DRUGGISTS,
Court House Sjuare, Cliarlebtowu, W.Va.
Dealers in
DRUGS.
PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS.
PERFUMERY,
DRUGGISTS’
FANCY GOODS.
A lar-'v 'i‘M-k of the above always in stock,
to wiiit v. call tin attention of the public.
A fine M i’-k of Stationery and School Books .
always in store.
March 10. 1Sn“.
C. W TAYLOR,
Hou>«. >ii:ii Giid Fresco Painter!
AM>
PA PER-H ANG HR A N D GRAIN EH.
Chari* Mown. Jett. Co., \V. Ya.
February 4, i*Ul.
“A5AKESIS ” fives Instant
relief and Is an Infallible
Cnrcfbr 4*I1m. PriocSL lie
DrugelHsormnll. Samples
fr>*. Address**.! Ji AKLS1S.”
I>:x k4lo. Now Yarn City.
AT ED Meat Sacks, Babbitt’s and
i C.I>. EBY. I
* _____
Viripuia Jftff ftow*
Just Pegged On.
There dial down in the N.u>ho val'cy
not long ago, say, tin- Kansas City Journal,
a man known far mile ami miles around a.
Old Joe Kempton. Old Joe came to Kan
-a, in lie brought weak lungs with
him from the "ager” swamps of Indiana, but
he plugged along and wa* ailing otfand on
for a number of year,, when he wa- took
down" with lung fever. It went into quick
consumption and one of his lung' wa, gone
before lie knew it. The doctor, gave him !
up and didn’t think lie could live tlnough |
the winter. Rut he just plugged along and j
allowed he’d pull through somehow
Tin- children were little tot, then and Joe .
bought a bunch of calves that spring and |
,aid he guessed he’d have them am how for '
the childivn logo t<> ,o1i<h»1 on I he doe
: tor, toid uiiu In <• uldn’t po,«ihly get
: through the i.ext winter and he made hi,
will He hung around the house and j
coughed most of the time, and tin children j
helped him about the chores in the cold i
weather. He had his ,pell, and everybody j
. thought lie would die, but Joe lie just plug j
| ged alone and allowed lied pu I though
* somehow.
The next vearand the next and the next j
| be bought calves and steers and pul ed tin m
. through -omehow. Summer afternoons he
used to >it in front of the long, low larm
! house, built of addition on to addition,
thinking and coughing absent niiudcdly,
; He wa» a democrat and hi, chief dissipation
was his attendance on the county conven
tion every year and the State conventions
when they came lie got to be known as a
large cattle buyer, and straiuer, who ,aw
, • ..i.i 1 1.1 .... .Iin/lnrl.1
I null W"" " .. I
ker would get him. Hut old Jo« used t<»
take a grim delight in counting up the 'lec
tors who had given him tip and who had
since died of natural cause- them-<-lve.-.—
! Kvery winter lie would have hi- -pell- ai d
• every winter he would tel! the doctors he
i tween hi- coughs that lie would just plug
1 along and pull through -oniehow.
lie had attended the funerals of ten doe
tors who-e bills he had paid lor protiotine
1 in- him hevond hope and Ibr tiptoeing into
| tin- loom u. toll him they feared tin worst,
lit- had a had -pell last winter. They -aid
it was the grip combined with the old cough,
but old .)<>< Kimptou didn’t -ay anything,
though he took their medicine with the old
reproachful look, a-it to .-ay the old words.
Old Jte was getting along ill year.- when lie
died, lie was sixty two and most of the
time enduring constant phisical suffering.
Yet he seldom eomplained. All over Lyon
countv and Morris county, where the old
man was known and lived, he will be miss
ed. 11 is peculiar ease may pass into tradi
tion and child stories may grow troni it
about a kind, grim old man w h*» couldu t die.
State Sunday School Coni cation.
A State Sunday School Convention will
be held at Parkersburg, March 22nd and
23rd.
AM Sunday Schools will be entitled to
two delegates each, 'll ministers me rec
ognized as delegates without election. Let
all ministers and Sunday School workers
take an active interest in securing a large
attendance upon the < ’onvenlhm mid secure
the highest result-. This work merits our
best efforts. b rater mil ly.
|’> I' Maui m President,
l-’or l.':e< litiv C>*.:':r il!ee.
A Mi inlay Mho.I Superinlendenls in
Jrfl’eisoii county are iMjiiested to-end llitir
nano - and I • > a.ldre— at one. to
I. I’, 'loin.an,
M. nih. ■ •! Kx Cote.
(ierardsi«*wii, \V, \ a.
It i.- announced from Chicago that tie
plan In It. ■ Democratic Convention wig
wain contemplates a building "ii the lak<
front, between Madison and Washington
i -treCi.-, of llK* by 2>" feet in size. It wi 1
| have a -tug. for the accommodation of 300
| prominent people. It front ol tint' w: I !e
a platform for the officers of the conventb n,
and in i'roiil of that l.ii>lea lor the official
stenographers, and on evil side of ihese
will he aeemniuodittioiis for lOOnewspapT
men. < III me main n >iu nm ue scum iur
the delegates and surrounding them in am
phitheatre form will be seat? for 12,non spec
i lator-. Above and beyond will he two pub
lic galleries. The estimated cost of the
structure i- 824,000.
Drunkenness, or the Lienor Habit, l‘os
ilh ehi cured by Administering
Hr. Haines' Holden Specific.
It is in a nu fact u red ns a powder, which
can l»e given in a glass of beer, a clip ol
coffee or tea, or in food, without the knowl
edge of the patient. It is absolutely harm- j
less, and 'ill effect a permanent and speedy |
cure, whether the patient is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It has been
given in thou- mds of cases, and in every
instance a perfect cure lias followed. It ;
never Fails. The system once impregnated
with the Specific it becomes an utter impos
sibility for the liquor appetite to exist.— :
Cures guaranteed. -18 page book of partic- 1
ular- free. Add re
Goli>i:n Specific Co., ^
1*5 Race St., Cincinnati, Ohio. ,
Mr. Marcellus SbitHett, of Slienaudoah,
ami Miss Laviuia Staton, of Buena Vista,
were married in Lexington, Friday, under
highly educational circumstances. They
applied at the county clerk’s office to be
married. Some fifteen students of Wash j
ington and Lee University got wind of it
and escorted the couple from the clerk’s of
fice to the residence of the officiating cler
gyman, Itcv Mr. I’reUytnun. with gn at j
eclat, giving the college “veil' - very f»*w
yards on the lou e. - Vindicator
mum NS IRON It ITT Kit* ALMANAC
For ISO'S
Contain? One Hundred Krtiprs for •i.-q •
ing delicious Candy cheaply r.mt quev..;.
ar home. This book is given away at drug
and general stores.
A “thing of beauty” is the .March num
btrof IJ7:u Auait. The picture* are poems ! ]
of urf, tht- -tories, poems, sketches all dc ! I
lightful to readers old ami young. “Jack l
Br> rt uj'- Thr* c Months’ Service” and “The J f
Lance of K nnna’’ prow in< p-mi ! moreen- •
ihrallinir ea<di month, at’d ’lie long li»t of j 1
Content# comprise-ft variety and richi;«-« I j
which cftnn.,( fail to plea- .
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Don't be " spider
ami crawl in these days ! vt hv
not keep up with the nineteenth
century V You would not buy a
steam engine made like those of
a century ago. Then why should
you buv tho old-fashioned, big,
drastic pills that gripo and debiU
tate your system?
As great improvements have been
made in pills as in steam engines.
Dr. Pu ree’s Pleasant Pellets are
tinv, ui gar-coated granules, or pills,
are easiest to take, and never gripe
or shock the system.
They are purely vegetable and
perfectly harmless.
One little Pellet’s a laxative, three
to four are cathartic. They regu
late and cleanse tho liver, stomach
and bowels — quickly, but thor
ough! v. They’re tho cheapest pill,
told by druggists, because you only
pay for the good you get. Ihey re
guaranteed to givo satisfaction,
every time, or your money is re
turned. That’s the peculiar plan
all Pr. Pierce’s medicines are sold
on.
Can you ask more ?
■ ■" -x—l
CARTERS
Kittle
flVER
|Wlls.
CURE
feck Headache and rellove all tho troubles loci'
dent to a bilious etate of the system. euch oa
Dizziness. Nauaea, Drowaine*., Distress alter
eatlna. Pain is the 81 do, tux. While their most
remartablo aucceaa has boon shown in curing ,
SICK
Headache, yet Carter’s Llttlo Llvor Pillfl M9
eoually valuable in Oonatipatlon. curing and pro
venting thlsannoyingcomplaint.whUo they also
corrcc t all disorders of tho atomach^UmuUto t ha
liver and regulate the bowels. Even if they only
~ HEAD
Eel.e they would boalmoat priceless to those who
iuffor from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately theirgoodnees docs noteud hero.and those
whooncetry thorn will find thoeolittlo pill* valu
able in so many wava that they will not bo wiU
ling to do without thorn. But tor aliaick h'*a4
ACHE
Is the bane of so many lives that hero Is where
we make onr groat boast. Our pills cure it while
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills aro very small and
very easy to take. One or two rills make a dose.
They are Btrlctly vcgotablo ana do not gripo or
purge, but by their gentlo action please all wha
i!2o them. Invialsat25cents: ilvoforfl. Sold
by druggie to everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
Slffplessucss Cured. IV
St. bi.Yi.hiN, Keylarton P. O., l a.
1 uni glad to testify thut 1 used Dastox
lioeuig’a Nerve Tonic with tho best succeesfot
sleeplessness, and believe that it is really a
groat relief for BuCeriug humanity.
E. FRANK, Pastor.
OhhTowN, Md.. September. 1600.
One of the parties to whom l sold some ol
Pastor Koenig's Ncrvo Tonic was telling mo to
day that ho had buffered from great dizziness
and iAin through his waole body. After using
one liottio ho was entirely cured.
JOHN \Y. CARDER, Merchant.
My vifo suffered for a number of years fr"m
violent nervousness and epeut hundreds of dol
lars for doctors aud medicine, but all to no
n ail. After taking only U\o iiottks of Pastor
Koenig's Norve Tunic her lroul>h> Leta subsided.
JOHN i-Ul.T/MH)
- V Valuable lloolt eu Nervoti
Di-o.i-e- be’it free to any address',
and poor patients can also obtaiu
this medicine tree uf charge.
This remedy has l>een prepared by the Reverend
Pastor Keenly, of Fort Wayne. Ind., since loin, end
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists at $1 per Bottle. Gfortfj.
tarvu HUc. *1.7.7. 0 Dottle* for «!♦.
FRUIT HILL NURSERY,
llharlestown, Jeffortun County, W«tVirginia. !
Fruit and Ornamental 'Frees,
Flower and Vegetable
PLANTS,
Shrubbery ,\n.
r|llit; subicriberscaKattention t» tbegreat va
J[ rietv ofTrtN, Plants, Vines,Rotes,Ac..Ac.,
»t tbeir
Fruit Hill Nurtiory,
tad aregratified to beconaciou? o fbavingastock ,
ikeiy to please all who patrouize them. They |
ivill not undertake to present in this advertise- j
cent a catalogue of stock on band.but wiMbe |
lonten: to generalize, hoping that our peopii will '
iallandseeforthemsolvcstbat tbe necessity for
ending abroad for Trees,Shrubbery,<c.,no!in
ter exists. We have
10,000 Apple Tree#—choice varieties;
A.000 Peach Tre^s,
Strawberry Plants,
ksparague Roots, Green House and Bedding
■’iants—Cabbage,Tomato, Egg,Cauliflower and
Sweet Potato, allforsale Cheap !or Cash.
April 15, 1876—tf- HOPKINS A CO.
TO WEAK MEN
Buffering from tlie effects of youtLf J errors, early
decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc, I will
send a valuable treatise (sealed containing lull
particulars for borne cure. F R EE of charge. A
splendid medical work s should be read by every
man who Is nervous and deb.iltated. Addrer •,
^rof, A", C. FOWLED, Hoodus, Conn*
Washington »V Alexander
LI WE made arrangements to insure proper
LJ.'ty AGAINST TORNADOES in .Etna, of
lartford. Continental, of New York, and Pea- :
ody. of Wheeling, W. Va. Where partiesde
ire this, on application a special Policy will
e granted and an additional rate be charged
>r *ame.
\f iv T l*-’d
Ur-jr FOLIOS from 25c to .Vk\ and 1.000 . '
pipee-s of **heet Mus«cat 1(V- each in tlte
look and Stationery department.
Oct. 11 \«S. ATSQriTHACO. i1
COACH FACTORY 1
LIVEBY,
Furniture Establishment. &e.
JHlifc undersignedhaying purchased theold es- ]
tablise jJ Coach Factory oftbe late Wells J. ‘
awks.in Charlestown, with the view of enter .
ng in to the i
CARRIAGE BUSINESS, . s
n aUits branches, offers for sale a larjre number !
»f New and Second-hand ,
Carriages. Buggies. J aggers, &c. 1
itthelowestnricessnd upon tbe most accommo
dating terms.
OLDCARRIAU ES TA KES IS KXCHA SO E ,
FOR SEW.
All Kinds of l{<*paii>
done with neatness and dispatch, aDd satisfaction
guaranteed.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
FOR HIKE.
Ia connection with tbe above 1 willcontinue
the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be preparedto
furnish Carriages, Buggies and Jaggersat the
shortest notice.
^.TheabuTcbusiness willbe under the su
perintendence of Abram Stump
FfJRNTTUREI
I alsootfer to the public a large lot of Furni- ,
ture, comprising
CHAIRS, TABLESi Ext*n*iunnndother) B ED- !
STEADS, M ATTRESSES,
and all articles usually found in a Furniture Es
tablishment.
Old t'urniture Repaired
UNDERTAKING.
1 willbe prepared in a shorttime to give mv I
specialatlention to the business of Undertaking. I
Being a practical mechanic and determined to I
give satisfaction. I respectfully solicit a share of ■
p ublic patronage.
LEWIS STARRY •
Maj 12, 1877.
GUSTAV MOWN
Hu.- tli.> Largest and Best Selection of Goods
for the Holidays.
TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY
Such {•-- Doll? Games, Books, Toilet Sets,
Vases, ('ups ami Saucers, Mug-, Rubber
Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks.
Tea Sets, Bisques, Boskets, Plush
Goods, Wagons. Sleds, Veloc
ipede'1, Ac., Ac.
FINE CONFECTION ,
Candies of nil kinds, and prices cheap. Have
on hand Whitman's(superio-Confections, Bon
lions, Chocolates and Fine Mixtures.
ITIil ITS AND NUTS,
A large supply of Nuts. Ru -iu.-. Citron ( ur
ranta, Figs, Date-, Oran es. Lemons,
Grapes and Bananas.
CAKES.
Plain and Ornamental Gakes always an hand.
Sunday Schools are invited to get Prices be
fore buying elsewhere. Come early and make
vour selections.
OYSTERS received daily, larger than ever.
Leave your orders.
Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to
merit a continuance.
I am Respectfully,
I >. o. 11, 1S8:>. nUSTAV BROWN.
F. L. Beller
CONTRACTOR&BUILDER
OFFERS his services and will vigorously
prosecute his avocation us Carpenter and
Builder, and will lake orders and execute the
same promptly and satisfactorily. His expe
rience is such that he can guarantee perlect
workmanship, and his prices will compare fa
vorably with the most reasonable. Those de
siring to build or improve should give him a
call.
Jan. 7, l»80.
is in the market for the purchase of
LIVE STOCK
COWS AND CALVES. SHEEP. LAMBS
HOGS. AC.
Highest Market Price Given for Wool.
March JO, 1888.
STOP THAT
HORRIBLE COUCHt
Go at once ami get a bottle of
PUIMLKY'S SPEEDY ( UK E,
FOR ( Ot'GUS AND COLDS.
.
o
bottle we will cheerfully refund the price paid
for it in other goods. Sold by G.T. LIGHT.
IllUMLEY’S Sarsaparilla sold on tin* above
plan, by G. T. LIGHT.
|>RIMLEY'S Iron and W'uhno Bitters sold
1. on the same plan by G. T. LIGHT.
BUILDING LOTS
FcM 8ALE.
SEVERAL BUILDING LOTS situated uear
the corporate limits, opposite the Nursery
of Wm. Hopkins, are otlered for sale on the
instalment plan—$2.50 monthly. Apply to F.
B.Souders, who will show plat.
DAVIS & CO.
June 2,1»87.
PAINTS, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass,
Putty, paint Brushes, Ac. We have a large
stock of these goods on hand to which we call
the attention of the {>eople. Lewis' pure Lead,
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 colors, either dry or in oil. Examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Apr. 16, ’85. AI8QUITH A CO.
■.
NOTICE! NOTICE !
are the leader in Low Prices and Head
* v Quarters for Tinware. To prove the fact
to you we are ' eiling the best Fruit Can in the
market, with a guarantee with every one, at
the small price of 40 cents per dozen. " Hoping
you w ill rail before buying elsewhere, we are,
Y'ours, very truly,
September 5. 6i). C. D. EBY.
To the I*u0hr.
1HAVE in stock some superior brands of!
Whiskeys, among them a Soar Mash Ken-j
tacky W liUkty highly recommended as una- >
alliterated and pure.
Nov 22 JOH N 8. EA8TERDA Y A CO. ;
Y\. OL LI) inform the public that every Pre
* ’ ' P n thatcotnea to iuv store is pre
pared by n.e individually. Persons can find
me at night at the room over the old Sheriff's
Jtiiee. Jail Building. Respectfuliy,
July 1C. 1881. GEO.T. LIGHT 1
i
IN^Ei 18 AND VERMIN.—Persian Insect !
1 Powder. Whale Oil and Carbolic Soap Qk. |
Silver, Mercurial Ointment, and Bed Bug Poi- I
"n:__ AI8QU1TH A CO. I
S°AI*S.—We have in atore a large sio«ic nf ' (
mr in'JnV-’a,>S. " ® <:a11 h,,t'<ial ®**«iitiun to ' (
>nr in and 7 cent woapa. AlSQriTH A CO I
F>00 V0V*m °F S?CS»Y BACON, i
".9, MERCHANT, i
Baltimore and Ohie Railing
Time Table iu Effect Nov. 15th, lv,,
NORTHWARD. 420 413 lid 4M
Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass. MiX ^
^exington— Lv A.M. A.M P.M. A.M.Pv
itaonton— “ 7 CM 12 20
larrisonburg— “ 3 11 1 30 10 Go i
lit. Jackson— “ 9 13 2 39 P.M a..'
Woodstock- “ 9 48 S 12 i w! “
itrasburg— “ 10 12 3 12 2 12 *C
^anon Road— “ 10 21 3 51 5 is i!,
Winchester— 6 0o 11 09 141 ,
Stephenson— “ 6 0911 19 4 32 o l , v,
'harlestowu— “ 9 49 11 57 5./ : ;*j
darpers Ferry Ar 7 03 P. M. o 5t, -> j> j:'.
Washington— “ 9 20 2 35 8 io
Baltimore— 10 10 3 SO 10 '>
Philadelphia— “ P.M. 9 15 A M.
Sew York— *' •'> 00 8 30 7 15
Trains No. 420. 418. 419 and 448 a a.
>epi Sunday ; Train No. 450 run -Sunday on
Additional mixed trains leave Ciwiiv.-.’v
l. 19p.m.and ‘2.14 a. m.. and arrive a: lb-,
Ferry at 5.25 p. iu. and 2.51 a. m. c\. -m'j,,’
SOUTHWARD. 417 419 11., u; 4
Stations. Pass. Pass. Pa- Mix y .
Now York bv A.M. I*. i All
Philadelphia— “ 3 15 1 35 ,
Baltimore— *' 9 3*9 4 20 I
Washington— “ P. M •"> 0
Harper’s Ferry “ 1 15 7 55 3 tXl i
Charlestown— “ 1 39 S lu - 24 2 ,
Stephenson— “ 2 18 9 0») 9 02 1 52 5 ,
Winchester— “ -’34 9 10 ''l"0i. , -
Capon Road— “ 3 18 9 58 7 25 ls .
Strasburg— “ 3 29 10 12 7 35 p
Woodstock— “ 4 01 10 17 ■> j* jj
Mt. Jackson— “ 4 33 11 2'.' IGul
Harrisonburg— “ 5 10 P.M. 12j5 .,
Staunton— “ 9 59
Islington— Ar. 8 5"
Trains No. 417, 419. 413 and 447 ure daily u
cepl Sunday; Train No. 449 runs Sunday or.:,
Additional mixed trains leave southward
3.2S a. nj. and 8.24 a. m. and arrive at Ulr;'
sonburg at 9.40 a. ru. and 0.27p. tn. ev s .
WESTWARD.
Train Its connects at Harper's Ferry v.
Limits! Express, arriving at Pittsburg ‘w
m. , Columbus 2.50 and Chicago 11.25:.,'
morning.
Train No. 418 connects at Harper'.* K,
with Limited Express, arriving at Cincinna;
7 54 next morning, Louisville 11.55 noon an.
St. Louis 6.25 p. m.
t™;, 1 Vn air, connect* at H ri,er'« V...
with Pittsburg and Chicago Express, arriv :;
at Connellsviiie 3 25 and l’ittsbur .J) tu
morning, Columbus 1.30 p. m. and Cbk.;
9.30 p. m.
EXCURSION TICKETS will lx- i i ;.i;
ties of ten or more between all ticket Maixy
on the Valley Division—Good fortwodayi
For tickets and further information appl ,,
13. &. O. Agents or to 13. F. Bond, lVv Act:.:
Baltimore, C. E. Dudrow, Traveling l -
Agent, Winchester, Va.
Pullman Pulnce81eeidngCarsareniniRrougi
to Cincinnati. St. Louts, Chicagoand PittfUrj
on all express trains.
J. T. ODELL, Oen’l Maupr
CHA8. 0. SCULL. Oen’l Passenger At.
Dec. 2.1891.
NtttW NorfoUdWesternHR
Schedule In H/Jecl her. u, isiH.
LEAVE CHARLESTOWN. NY. V A R.UI.Y
-SOUTHBOUND
No. t. No. •">. No. Z
1.49 a. An* 9.25 a. in. - 28 p. b,
-NORTHBOUND
No. 2. No, 3.
9.00 a. in. f>. >2 p. m
No. 1 for Roanoke, Radford. Pula :.. 8m
Knoxvillc, Chattanooga and tin South * *
for Blue held, l’ouiliontS'. Klkhorn and .
points on the Clinch Valley Divi-ioii -al* ft
liOuisville and Cincinnati and «l! \ Int- 1.
A N. II. R. \in Norton.
Pullman Sleepers to New Orlean aiiu M
phis via Bristol, also Pullman leeper 11 i
to Louisville via Norton.
No. 3 for Roanoke, Radford, Puia-ki. Hn*t
and Cliuttanooga connects al Kndm.l
Bluelicl and Pocahontas. Pullman* ;•
Memphis via Bristol.
No. 27 for Slmncndotth and interim
stations No connection beyond.
No. 2 for Washington iiu Bhenanl..-*
Junction), Hagerstown, Hurrisburi,* and ?
York.
riilliuuii Sleeper to YVd*nJi>g' i-*1
Philadelphia ami New York.
No. I for ilagcndown, Harri-bury. l'hii",;
pliia ami New York. Pullman .deeper
New York.
No £8 for Waaliiiigton via abeuaiak--'
lain tlon Hu n
York.
North t'uroliiia Division leave l'>.la-»i ■ '
a. n>. daily for Ivanboe ami and 1 " p 111 "■'
lv for Ivanhoc ami Go**an and it '.l'J *
(except Sunday) for Hetty Haktr
For ticket*, time cards and ali itiloruit.ii
call on agent Norfolk & Western H. R.
W. H. HEVILL,
Gel), l’ass. Agt., Roanoke, Ya.
De-\ «, I Sill.
NOTICE
-TO
USERS OF TIN PLATE.
We don’t use small tin al|,i
want everybody to know if
The reason why we don1 ■’
that if you have small tin p11
)n your roof the more seams ,'JU
will have and the more N
will be in your roof. 1a^ 11
us and we will prove to ),J|1
that large tin is the best to pu
)n your roof It will l,a.' *'°l
:o look around. You will 1|ai
mly save time hut mone)
calling on ,.«•
EARNSHAW & DOOL*1*
Apr. 16. ’85.

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