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J. WM. BROWN. F. B HOOFF.
BROWN & HOOFF, Pharmacists & Druggists, TRAPS ELL BUILDING. CORNER OF MAIN AN LMJHAKLE^srS. CHARLES TOWN. WEST VA. Will keep » new and freah stock o' Drugs attd Medivtu**. Patent Medicine* and Fancy Goods, Saoh M lUir. Tv,th. Sail. O-dl* and Shaving Bredies. Fine Perfume*. Coiulw* «f *“ h'u-i*. Toilet Soap*, Powder PutD and B;ie=. I*n.e B ntle*. Ac. We keep m stock a fh'l •>"* °* BUti.merv, Stationer * Supplies. C»p «n l la*l* Irr Paper*, all kinds of Envelope*. Writing Tablets. Box Papers, plaiu and ruled. Almeol Fine Cigars and tobacco and Sin »ker« Materials. Paints. OiN. Var ni.l.es and Painters' Material and Window Glass rilYSlCI VNS* PRESCPvlPnONSCARKFrL. LY OOMPO» NI»EH UK COMPE TES r PERSONS. March 6.1*0._ CITY ELECTRIC light go. is now prepare*! to furnish Arc or Iacinicsccnt Light for illumination of residence-* stores, publi* buildings or streets. mtMWsumiMiiTtii Special rates on large contracts. For rates etc., apply »o WM. CAMPBELL. Feb. 10. _Secretary. FAMILY GROCERIES. The undersigned. at the Rink Store Room has on luii'i a stock of F.l HtL VGROCERIES th it will <*o*ni»-»re with the best. Oenuine, Un a I (I’ertle I ami FRESH GOODS, —the stock comprising articles needed in eve ry w-d-regul »te I family. and ail at a tuoderati per eentage above drat coat. Country Produce taken in exchange for goods. M»r. iJ. |H!*J. JOHN 1. llOOFF Agt. A. O WYNKOOP, Successor to WYNKOOP. WALTER A CO., REAL ESTATE AND STOCKS, Charles Town, West Va. OFFICE IN REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE BUILDING, (A. O. WvmKoop. President). Opposite Charlestown Mining. Manufacturing ami Improvement Co 'stutice. REFERENCES:—The iHuagement of all tin I .and i oinpanies. the Circuit and Count' (Jerks ami ihe Bank of Charlestowu. June .>4. ISKK HARK. _ BARK. Th.3 Cr.o. Campbell Comp’y Will pay outside price*fur Prime 13 ark Of the peel of 1#!>3. CHESTNUT. SPANISH AND BLACK OAK WANTED In unlimited quantity, delivered at their nii'l in • liiirio Town or *•» «a* s at any depot on tin B. <t U. tml S. * W. rei.oad*. Fur .-i>cviu terras call on or address ihern. VVM. CAMPBELL. April -V. l*fVi Manager. -XXXIIXiZIIZXXZZJZIIXXIXN ENCiLNES,g THRESHERS H and i FARM MACHINERY. Write or call. B 3PENCE A SON. Martin's Eerrv. 0. M aoxxxxxxxixxxxxxxxxxxxj .ftiss .MILL/! tilths nthe room on Main street, nexi late re-i.leuce »t il X.Giilaher wheritt^e w*lldo UKEss MAiilXo and FAM ILY riK'VlNU iu good style and at reasonaht* Charges. She will be pleased to have the rat ronage of the ladies ol the town tint vicinity, and will strive to render -atisfaction. She has also a stock of lire*- Inin tilings and Notion* to which she invite* the attention ol the ladies. June I. Hftl. Paint. IF yon are going to paint your house, you will da I it to your advantage to call ami see our stork of Paints, flie *>raml we are car rviug this year N <>nr Own Good*. a »trirtl« pure * inseed nil and Lead Paint that sells for $1.30 per gallon. Our own Guarantee will he given to insure its I'urity. Also. Hooting and Fencing Paint, at $1.00 per gallon April ». *>. AISQCTTH A CO. Wheat Bought. I am prepiro-1 to rte»n wheat at mv F.lera ♦or in thi* pliue and will me-uve WIIKA T IN THE KoCGI ou Oi.KAVKO. I will receive cleaned wheat at all depots in the c unity Will be glad to make an offer f >r anv Grain, Hsy or Jeed* you miv have t« *cd. 1J C. WASHINGTON. Agt. July lb. 1*U3_ The Modesty of the Temple of Fashion It only equaled by its genuine Correct Styles, Kxce'lent Qualities and Popular Prices noth ing. Fnmlshinga. Hats. Shoes and Trunks of •venr description for men and bovs. July 12 1*08. GEO H. II AO LEY. Wire Picket Fence. Having pur- baaed a machine, will be pre S*red to mipplv this Feme for farms and gar en« at low price. Mar. 8. •«. W. F. AT. P. I.IPPITT. 'V'EW POTOMAC MXltRIXn f..r sale by X * the barrel, LeUklaw'ri and keg. P«T* ♦. ff*» w, * MiJBTI .VK $ in* C\ it . E B1°, GROCER, ANDDEAtERINQUEENSWARE CUSS AND WOODENWARE, Maiu Strict Opposite Sadler Building. Everything in the line of the FAMILY GROCER nrcwwy to good living supplied »t mod erate price*. Futsn Country Produce. July J9. IHSd. ____^ WE WANT YOU to act a* our ageut. " e furnish an expetwivc ou:ut aud all u»u ue<-d free. It co*t» uotfiUijt to try tl.e bu.iimmM. We will treat yon weir, and I,el,. \ou to earu teu time* ordinary wage*. Both wxt. o< all age* cau live at home aud work iu spare time, or all tile time. Au v one am w here can earn a great deal of mo Her. Many have made Two Hundred Dollar* a Month. No cl*** of people in the world are making so much money 1 Without capital a* those at work for us. lludttes* pleasant, strictly honorable, aud pay* better than nnv other offered to agent*. 1 <>u have a clear held, with no competition We e>|nip you with everything, ami sii|>plv printed direction* for beginner* which, if onevetl faithfully, will bring more money than will auv oilier busiuee*. Im prove vour pro-poets' Why not ? \ <>n can do so easily ami *ur»ly at work f'tr n«. Ileasonable iinln>trv only necessary for absolute suites*. Pamphlet circular giving everv particular Is sent free to ail. Ibdav not in -ending for it. GtOGGit ST 1N'ON A CO., Dox No. -ISS, Portlwnd, Me. The Lone Star Euiopean Plan HOTEL—one nf the l*e»t $i Of* a day Hotels in the S ale. Bunrd - 0 to 75 per week. MBA 13 AND LUNCHES AT ALL IIuURS. Regular Meal 25y* . equal to ai»v 50e. meal that y.,u III.IV k>t el.«-where. My tube is served w-i httieh >t the «it v markets aril. All the late vegetables will he wvc'l be me and pre I at red to -uit the t .ste ..f all ladies and gentle men that call 1 make a specialty of HANDLIN' I ALL KINDS OF FRUIT. |PR CREAM bv p’ate, quirt or gallon, served at roar door, at short tiotiee. PRIVATE ICECREAM PARLOR FOR LA DIES, where everything will be*crve 1 neat and clean fid in the latent style. OlVe me a call and I will try to please you. U. It. ALLEN. Manager. llootT Building, Charles Town. \V. Va. May 10. t'tk>. THE BEST. M V BAK is'Uppliea with Liquor* «t every description — ol the bett quality. UliK. Missus. lEMMES. ISO Baltimore ami Kocncstcr Bed Pure French Brandy, /on mum icn aio on —allot or Oast. fr«b lioclinlrr liecdellvernt mywhert iotuwt at $1 pet doacn. FA YKTTK B. SUIDKRS, Jam. 35,1079. Basement Jetiersnn Budding. kkamkk’s HOWARD HOUSE ilowar^ and Baltimore dtreeta. Baltimore, Mu. I TAKE this method of informing my friend and the public generally that 1 have lea>ed me atnive well-known hotel for a term ol years, and have thoroughly renovated and relnrni>li trillion to business to merit a liberal share ol public patronage. T«rru> - $1.60 uiid $2.00 per day. JAMES REAMER, Aug. 8. 1*S9. Proprietor. Sharing, Shampooing and iinir-i'ntting Parlor, NORTH t'HAUI.ES STREET, NEXT TO RA' KET SIORE. The undersigned pros-cutes the above busi ng-* in an artistic manner ami ctt irantccs *«i islai tion. Clean lines* M'd neat ms* i- olnserv c l ami isilirtts.u- and prompt attention given to ail caller*. i h- patronage of Ladies and Children i* rc spo tluiix solicited M i> IM'J CHARLES H. SMITH. To the Public. I in- undersigned offers his services to the public in tile Reinov d of Stumps. Blasting, Ac. llus hud large experience, wid do faith till work -.lid exact only reasonable price*.— "tumps removed at 10 cent* en-li. it ttie inin niistiliie material is *upplie-l; otherwise In cent* |*er stump will l e charged, and no charge if satisfaction is not given in the removal ol stumps or rock. PATRICK MACK IN. Charles Town. Jeff Co , W. Va. Jnle 12. l«dM._ llog and Poultry Kemedy. 1 am handling Hr. Jos Haas' Hngand Poul try Remedy, which will pm jour hoes in rtrst i-Us* condition ; will stop cough and regulate ■ helsiwels; will arrest disease; will destroy Worms; is a thorough preventive. Hnxktreni ed with it will gain two or more p >und" whilst other* are gaining one. It is highly recom mended to do what it is represented todo.— Trv it. May 11 1*0?. W. ft. MERCHANT. Cold Water Alabastine '•hirpasse* anything on the market It is a ce ment that forms a Co ‘ting firm ns the wall it self. ami admits of rrcoatin at anv time with out removing the old coals It produce* good work with one c*at on almost any surface not too dirty and works well on ab-orhent walls. For sale hr April 12 I'OI W F. »t T. P. I.IPPITT. Conc'imitaiits. I have just received a fn-sh lot of H»inz‘ Mustard l»re**ing. Catsup and Mixed Pickles; also Pettijohn'a Breakfast Food May 10. l*9d. W. 3 MERCHANT. Fresh Cement. Just rrtrivel-a carload of Fresh Cumber and Hvdmullc t'ement in barrels and smaller quantities in p*p*-r s*rk« I! O WASHINGTON. Agent Mav A !*•» Buggy and Harness. A TOP-BUGGY and HARNESS for salo hoih in good condition. Atm’v at Mar >7 Al FREE PRESS OFFICfi. wf AJPS w CURE BifV Hcsdacbo and relieve aU tbo troublee lnof* 5«ft to nbllioue Btateof the system.»noh a* g£l££ Nausea. DrowaLnea*. DistreM after SSSWtotte Side. *0. ^.lothelrmoet temarkablo success has been *ho wn in curing . SICK Headache, yet Carter’* Little Liver PIM MB ^MsSSSSSaataasstflS “ HEAD Acb e they would bo almost priceless to these who Buffer from thU distressing complaint; butforto E&y the™ goodnese does noteud herein J thoe« who once trythem will find these little Pill* Su able in so many ways that they will not be wil ling todo without them. But after aliaich head ACHE In the bane of so many Uvea that hero h where ire make our great boast. Our plllecureit whiio other* do not. _ ,« _ . Carter's Little Liver Pills are very email and very ea»y to tako. Ono or two rills make a doae. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purrro. but by their gentlo action please all who use them. In vials at 25 cents; five for |L ««» tj druggists everywhere, or sent by maiL CARTER MEDICINE CO., Now York. SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE MERCHANT TAILOR, Has just received the Largest Ass:rtment ot SPRING SAMPLES ever exhibited in Jefferson County, and IVill Make Suits to Order AT UOCK BOTTOM PRICES. Having 3S wars ex|>erteiice as a Cutter, wil guarantee you a tit <*r no sale Work Prompt ly and Carefully Executed Call and be con viuced Yours respect fully. J. F. REININ'HER. March 7. 1WJ. Merchant Tailor. Do these Questions Apply U You ? They are sure to interest hundreds of read ers ii|* this p p r. Nine out of every ten pen pie arc tronb'ed with tinse s\ inp'oms, am really don't know what's the mutter witl them. Here are the questions: A re you nervous ? Have \ ott a cough ? Is your throat sore? Is y<nir up 'elite p -or? |t.> you hawk and spit? Po you take cold ea ily ? Is your nose stopped up? I* it alwa'sfitll of scat's? I- vour I reatli offensive? Is your hearing affected ? Is your toiieue frequently coated? Is your month full of slime upon rising .’ If you have, you have. «>r are getting, a had case of Tatar:h. One bottle of Mayers Mag netic Catarrh Cure i' guaranteed to cure am ease of Catarrh, and will )u~t for a tliret months’ tre tmei t Ask vour druggist, win will give von an at" 'lute guarantee For sab t.v OXJITI'H A C»>.. and l.ltiHT «t WAT SON. Itciiieinlier. one bottle to »tire, and guaranteed by our agents. -----—----1 For information and free Handbook write to MUNN A to.. 5*1 UuoAUWAY, New YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Krery patent taken out by us Is brought before U. o pub.ie by a notice given free of charge in the Largest emulation of any scientific paper In tho world, ts'lendiilly illustrated. Ko intelligent man should be without it. Weekly. S3.00 a year; $1.50 tlx months. Address SICNN A CO, Ptnu^L :.',o01i', tiK.-,l.c’i v r cCtty. Court House Square, Charleston u, W.Va. Dealers in DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS*, PERFUMERY. DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS. A large stock of the uhove always in stock, to which we call the attention ot the public. A tine st<>ek of Stationery aiul School Books alwnvs in store. March 10. 1887. JEFFERSOS WOOLEN MILL Formerly Porter’u Factory. Under the shove 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 The Highest Market Price will he paid f>r Wool delivered at the Mil! or at such points »s may be designated. Orders for Cloths. Yarns, 4c., will receive prompt attention Respectfully. WM. R. JOBE. Post Office—Wheatland, Jeti. Co., W. Va. March 15. KH. TipflprAXLF J W.fiREASE BEST IN THE WOULD. liTwearingqualiiieaarc unsurpassed, actually out'.irtiog two boxes of any other brand. Hot .1. ct^iby beat. tJ-(i ..T 1 11 E GEN L INE. I- OR SALS BY DZ vL CBS GENERALLY, jtjr PureTallowSoap. Isperf'ct: iu other words It is all 8oap. and the best for laundry purposes made. Agents wanted to seU to private families, also a genera! club order agent In each town. Addrc-s AMERICAN TEA CO. 333 to 34C Fifth A VC. PITTSBURGH. PA. Oarfield Teas C-iro* cea5tii«i.ua. itCoui.'.uuO'., bare* tKjcvorr’ Bi-S SSatapiflfnA. G*xnxLt>TsaCa,3UW.45UiSt..N'.T. Cures Sick Headache f VS FIT WD VERMIN.—Persian Insect j I P.> V’hale Oil and Carbolic Soap, Qk. , Silv*i trial ClioUuMit. hiii) Red Rug Pol- I wn AI WITH 4 W. j Virginia £ttt f rcss. A Mammoth Egg "We now come,” faid J. C. Stevens at his auction-rooms in King street, Covent Garden, says the Pall Mall Gazette, ‘‘to the egg of the oepyornis maximum, the biggest bird living or extinct. It has been extinct for some time nud only two of its bones have been found. According to the cata logue the bird whs more than ten feet iiigh 1 and was flightless." "I should think so,-’ said a prospective egg*l>uyer, "It should seem to me,” said Mr. Stev ens. ‘ that the bird that Isid this egg mu-t have b*en something like thirty five feet h<gh—a out as high as a house. You »i 1 sieby the catalogue that it measures 34} inches in its longest circumference and twenty e g it inches in girth. This egg is several inches larger than the egg we sold last year. It is, of cour-e, a great rarity, and not more than thirty of these eggs are known. This, I think, is the finest egg of the lot. It should be remembered that there are sixty known eggs id the great auk, and they sell for $1,000 each. I don’t mean t • sav that this egg smuld bring as p ucli as a great mik’s eggs, hut we sold one not so goo i »s this la-t year for $330 ” The egg was pacing from hand to hand i i a wooden b >x while the auctioneer was s leaking. It looked ton large lor an egg, t nuigli in other respects it so.oned natural eii mah. It was not dilli ult to understand liow a bird that I ad ant such all egg had be come extinct. Tiie *gg is of a brownish gray color ami sounds like porcelain when drummed on with the knuckles. The bird mil was a ecu-tom hi to my mis sun 01 egg lived, it is Miid, in Madagascar and buried its eggs in the sand. It is only possible to find tlie egg by digging in tin* sand and more eggs may be louml, as a good deal of the seashore of Madagascar lias not been dug up yet. The egg was finally sold for $33o. The Dutchmen in II iliand have a way ol teaciting languages in school which makes linguists of the pupils in a short lime. At t le beginning of a given week the pupils are informed that during the next seven days only one particular language will he spoken. It may he English, French or 1 German. Every pupil who mikes a break in the specified time and lapses into Hoi landes is fined so many cents each lime.— At the end of the week a considerable sum i* realizs l, which goes into the school ii hrary fund. But it does not go there di rectly. It is auctioned otf to the highest bidder, with the intention that he shall g< t hack a sum in fine* during the next week equal to it or even greater. Meantime for the coming week he is appointed a superin tendent and criiie of his school fellows.— lie watches their every slip carefully and collects the fine without mercy. At the end • >f that week lie turns in the sum lie has won, minus his own gains. A different language is chosen each week in rotation, so that many times during a year the pupils leave one for a time ami return to it in a few week*. By the end of a year ihey have a fair working knowledge of all the iangu i* s*e*. The following year they take up the study of tbs grammar and construction ol each longue. By the time they ure ready to leave school they have a good knowledge of several foreign languages Opening oj' the Fall Scamtn. A grand display of men’s line, ready made v/i i < • i mrii <11111 1111%*; children's suits ; mid pant* and buys’ knee (•unis ; lurninliiiign ; heautilul iiue ot neck* wear and Underwear; bats nod shoes, trunks, satchels and valises. Lirgcsl, best sell cied and must complete stock ever shown hi this city. We shall inaugurate the beginning of the tall and winter business. It will he a mem orable event in ihe history ot our house— indeed it will he m-morahle in die history ot the retail till thing trade ol Charles I'owii; for while we are showing the largest and best selected ajul most complete stock ot goods in this town we are also going to of fer die greatest cables We warn everybody who Ins the time to spare to be tv th ns — |: will pav to lake die time. The sight of .itch a stock a* we have is worth coining miles to sec and the good things we are go ing to give should crowd our store from the lime it is opened Until it is closed. A grand fe»*t of bargains—but be sure i” C one, for these bargains are extra, the like of which you will not be able to find elsewhere. Wm. Kahn. Sadler Building. Only That. “Thud ! Thud ! Thud !" Is it the mad gallop of a horse as he flies from some apprehended peril, reck I ess of the human lives he may endanger in his wild flight ? “Thump! Thump! Thump!” Has a conflagration cut off die escape of women nod children irnm some tenement house, and are the firemen seeking to rescue them by battering through the walls? “Whack ! Whack I Whack 1” Men stand still to listen. Women grow pale as the ominous sounds reach theirear*. “Is it the coming of a storm ?” whisper* ingly asks a strong man. “Is some awful disaster at hand ?” asks a woman with a frighted face. "Naw !” shouts a bootblack in tones which bring a glad relief. “It’s only a woman on Dullit-lil street beaten de pesky moths out ol her husband's winter overcoat—see?” Lillie, Rut Lively. “Little drops of water. Little grains of sand. Make the mighty ocean. An the pleasant land." And dropping into prose, we would say, that Dr. Tierce’s Pleasant Pellets are mild, hut prompt in relieving constipation, sick headache, bilious attacks, pain in the 1 region of the kidneys, torpid liver, and in 1 res oringa healthy*, natural action to the ’ stomach and boweV 25 cents a vial. One J Pellet a d sc Littl*. but lively The use of the old 8'yle, drastic | il » is an outrage on the human system. FOIt dvspepsia. , .ndlgsjrtirKi. m,i stomach disorder®, tak; ' mo\v\ s iron wsremi. 1W * HEALTHY EXERCISE —fresh air and prop er food, help to keep a woman in good con dition. It’s insuffi cient for some, weak ened or borne down os they are by the ailments and irregu l lari tics peculiar to their sex. L Tbcy'ro easily help o o ed. though; there* a remedy in Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescrip tion—that will build un and cure every en feebled woman. It’s the prescription of a physician; has !<een toted in thousands of cases, and never found wanting. The only risk that’s taken is that of tho manufacturers who promise to refund the money if no benefit is experienced. This “ Prescription " reaches the origin of tho trouble. I iciness, fainting spells, and nervous disorder.-, such as sleeplessness, chorea or St. Vitus’s dance, depend upon tho irregularities and displacements of tho special structures —the “Favorite Prescrip tion’’ cures by regulating and correcting these functions and organic change*. Dr Sage’s Reinedv positively cures Catarrh. HE WEST El Still iVliead. I HAVE a very full stock of Groceries—con sisting of Flour, Meal, Canned Goods, Teas, Coffees. Syrups, Mollasses. Soaps, Pickles. -Salt Fish, etc.! etc. I make a specialty of the best X. O. Mollasses. The best brands of Tobacco and Cigars al ways on hand. MEATS. In connection with my grocery I keep a first class Meat Shop, ami can supply my customers with the choicest meats. I have the very best home-made ami Baltimore mince meat. Fresh Bologna Sausage on hand. .... Thankiuu my patrons for theii kind treat ment in tho past I solicit a continuance ol the same. Respectfully, __ Dm 13.1884. W. S. M ERCHAVT. “Give me Jeflersui County, Right Away, QUICK!” Don't think I have stopped Ad vertising—I have just commenced. I wish to call your attention to tin* fact that I have just supplied my repairing department with a complete set of the latest improved tools and machinery for watch repairing, and shall devote my special attention to t his branch of the business. I hanking my many friend* and patrons for past favors. I hope by fait dealing to merit a continuance of same. I am vours truly, H. G. KNAPP, WATCHMAKER and jkwki.er. Mar. 1, ’93. Charles Town, W. Ya. FRUIT HILL NURSERY, Charlestown, Jefferson County, West Virginia Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Flower and vegetable PLANTS, SIi r it blmry ,»Vc. rpHK subscriber*cal I attention to the great va | riety ofTreea, Plants, Vines, Roses.Ac. ,4c., at their’ Fruit Hill Nuraerji and a re gratified to be conscious o (having as toe k llkel v to please all who patrojizr tbeiu. They willnot undertake to present in tbi* advertise m^n* a catalogue of stock oo hand.but wi'ltt* undent t" general lie. hoping that <*or peopl • will calland see'nr tbeujselvea that the necessity G.j s-nding abroad for Trees.Shrubbery,<ec.,oolon ger exist*. We have 10,000 Apple Trr«*s—ohnict varieties; •Vooo Pen«*l» Tre'-h, MiiiHlM-rry PlaiiU, Asparagus Roots. Green Uouse and Bedding Plants—Cabbage,Tomato, Kgg ,Cauiifiowur and Sweet Potato, ail lor sale Cheap tor Casb. Aprill 5, 1876—ti. HOPKINS A CO. HOME-MADE FERTILIZERS. We olfer oar friends and fanners generally the same old Fertilizer* as made and sold by the Valiev Fertilizer Co. Prepared as before tinder the personal rare of !>r W. F. I.lppi't. slid of the same materials. Drilling condition guaranteed perfect. SHENANDOAH, a Ground Bone Fertilizer. Special Mixture For Wheat. Dissolved South Carolina. Ground and Dissolved Animal Bone. Private Mixtures prepared for Farmer* a* or dered. Factory at Eagle Machine Shops near Norfolk and Western R. R. Depot. W. F. AT. P. LIPPITT. Aug. 10. '92. Barber Shop. Hair Cutting. Shaving and Shampooing in he best style at the Watson House Tonsorial Annex by the undersigned. I have just re iioved into a new room specially *et apart and •quipped with all the modern conveniences or the purposes for which it has been designed uid will be pleased to M-e my patrons of the >a*t and new ones promising pleasing alten Ion. Feb. 18. 1*91. GEOROE TRAVIS. Just Received. I have just received a nice supply of Catsup. Imtnrd and Horseradish. Also Hayden’s kister Dves,—four colon f»r 5 rent*. W. t* MAMOiiAVT. | A*i?l ftr, fth 1 COACH FACTORY • LIVERY, Furniture Establishment, &c. 3HBE underaigned baring purebaied the old ea I tablisbed Coach Factory oftbe lata Walla J. awka.in Cbarleetowa, with the rietr of eater- ! ing into tbe CARRIAGE BUSINESS, in alllt* branches, offer* for sale a large camber 1 of New and Second-hand Carriages, Buggies. Jaggers, &c. ' at the lowed prices aod upon the aosuceoamo dating term*. OLD CARRIAGES TAXES IS KXCHASQK FOR SEW. All Kinds of Repairs done with oeatneaiand dispatch,andsatiifaction guaranteed. HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOB HIBI. Incounectiou with the abore I wiUcontinoe the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnish Carriages, Buggies and .’aggers at tbe shorten notice. ■^ TheaboTebusiness willbe nnder tbe su perintendence of Abram Stomp. ftjrnTttjrei I also offer to the public a large lot of Furni ture, comprising CHAIRS. TaBLES( Extrniionand nthtr) B ED STEADS. MATTRESSES. and all articles usually found in a Furniture Ee tabliihment. Old Furniture Repaired. UNDERTAKING. I willbe prepared in ashorttime to gire my specialattention totbe business of Undertaking. Being apractical mechanic and determined to give satisfaction. I respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. LEWI88TARRY. Mar VI. 1877. GUSTAV BROWN Has the Largest and B«st Selection of Goods for the Holidays. TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY Such as Dolls. Games, Books. Toilet Sets, Vases, Cup* and Saucers. Mugs, Rubber Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Tea Sets. Bisques, Basket*, Plush Goods, Wagons. Sleds, Veloc ipedes, Ac.. Ac. FINE CONFECTION , t 'undies of all kind*, and prices cheap. Have on hand Whitman’s Super «* Confections, Bon bons. Chocolates and Fine Mixtures. FltUITH A IN I> rNUTH, A lurge supply of Nuts, Raisins, Citron Cur rants, Figs, Dates, Oranges. Lemons, Grapes and Bananas. CAKES. Plain and Ornamental Cakes always an hand. Sunduy Schools are invited to get Prices be fore buying elsewhere. Come early and make your selections. OYSTICKS received daily, larger than ever. Leave your orders. Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to merit a continuance, I am Respectfully, Dec. 11, 1889, OCSTAV BROWN. THE " SOUVENIR SPOON. “The Favorite.” I have on hand the old 8t. George Ciia|>el Souvenir Spoon. The ruins of old Bt. George Chapel are 1J miles from Charlea-Town and an object of in terest. The Chanel Is supposed to have been erected as earl v as 1750—probably us late as I7UU. It is mentioned in Henning's Statutes at Iairge as one of the Chapels more costly than many others. The site, which is on the lands of Col. li. B. Davenport, is supposed to have been donated by Lord Fairfax. It issup p<«-ed to have been more elegant, hence more costly, than others, because it wss located near where mullv wealthy Church-of-Kngland peo ple lived who would take pride in out-doing their neighbors in the size and magnificence of their houses of worship. At any rate, the present ruin waa once grand in its time. The walls were of stone quarried in the vicinity. The other material is supposed to have been Uroiight from Kngland. The roof was sheet lead ; the window an * door frames of cedar wood; the floor in tiling; the pews mu pul jilt Hi <MK—einuunueiy tar?c«i. mo g»ey old wall* in summer time are ivy-bung— but*ilie t'liapel, a* pictured in the bowl of the -poon, is a winter scene—the veierable pile surrounded bv leatles* tree* and the graves ol the olden-time covered with the “beautiful snow.” For sale by. CHARLES W. BROWN. Jeweler. Charles Town, Jefferson Co., W. Va. Sept. 11. ls'J-’. F. L. Seller CQNTRACTOR&BUILDER (\FFKR8 iiis services and will vigorously / prosecute it in avocation a* Curjienter and Builder.and will take orders and execute the same promptly and satisfactorily. His extar rience is such that he can guarantee perfect workmanship, and his prices will compare fa vorably with tiie most reasonable. Those de siring to build or improve should give him a call. Jan. 7. IRMft. _ is In the market for the purchase of LIVE STOCK COWS AND CALVES. SHEEP, LAMBS HOGS. AC. Highest Market Price Given for Wool. March 29. 1M*H. 8T0PTIIAT HORRIBLE COUCH! Go at once and get a bottle of PRIM LEY’88PEEDY CURE, FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. SHOULD you buy a bottle and it does not give satisfaction, on the return of the empty bottle we will cheerfully refund the price paid for it in other goods. Sold by G.T. LIGHT. PRIM LEY'S Sarsaparilla sold on the above plan, by 0. T. LIGHT. PKIMLKY'8 Iron and Waboo Bitters sold on the same plan by 0. T. LIGHT. IVViMfrtff, Wanted in exchange for Lumber 29OX) feet of OAK. 30.099 feet of WALNUT and 609bbis. . of CORN. ' Dec. 7. 1892. W. F. A T. P. LIPPITT. C. W. TAYLOR, House. Sign and Fresco Painter ^ AKD f PA PER- IIA NG ERA N D G P. AINER. t Charlestown, Jeff. Co., W. Va. February 4. 1*91. I^RUIT Puddine, Corn Starch and Shred Co srsfc* \ Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Time Table in Effect May 14th, 1M. NORTH W A BO. 450 I 418 416 44i~«i)l Station*. Paw Pam. Pam. Mix. Mix A.M. A M a.m. Hr PM Lexington— Lt 5 15 itauuton— “ 7 04 11 54. Harrisonburg— “ 8 11 P.M 10 0O|4 Jo St. Jackaon— “ 9 13 2 15 P.M 4 it Woodstock— “ 9 43 2 44 1 16 7 04 itrasburg— '* ;10 12 3 1H ; 12 7 50 _’au<m Road— “ 110 21 3 26 3 Is,* 04 Winchester— “ 6 00;il 0» 4 12 6 Oolo M Jharlestown— ** 6 46 II 57 5 00 7 SkIkhq Harper’s Ferry Ar 7 0»*|P. M.j 1 8 42|tljo Washington— *’ 9 2 35; 7 20 Baltimore- “ 10 4<> 3 30; 8 .W; Philadelphia— “ 12 lb. 6 15 A.M , New York— " 3 0U; 8 30' & 15i Trains No. 420. 418. 416 and 448 are dally ex cep' Sunday ; Train No. 450 runs Sunday onlr. Additional mixed train leaves Charlestown l. 26 a. m., and arrive at Harper's Ferry at 2 (M a. m. ex. Sunday. SOUTHWARD. 417 419 413 ' 447 449 Stations. Paaa. Pass. Pass Mix Mu. A.M.'A M A M P.M nr New York Lv .11 30, Philadelphia— *' 8 15 P.M. Baltimore— “ 9 30 I 35i 4 (X> 1 Washington— “ |P. M 4 20; Harper’s Kerry “ 1 25 5 30, ft 00 l 3*' 7 56 Charlestown- “ 1 4**I 7 55| 8 24 2 25' ft 41 Winchester— “ 2 40 8 19i 9 17 6 00’ 9 57 Capon Road- " 3 2C 9 10| 9 b* 7 25 11 56 Strasburg- “ 3 85 10 12 7 3M136 Woodstock— •' 4 04 10 47 8 50 P.M. Ml. Jackson— “ 4 35 11 20 HOI 12 21 Harrisonburg—” 5 41 P.M.,1205 3 00 Staunton— ” 6 59 1 53 Islington— Ar. 8 50 1 3 3**| Trains No! 417. 419. 413 and 447 are daily ex cepi Hnnday: Train No. 449 run* 8unday only. Additional mixed 'rain leaves southward at 3.04 a. ni. and arrive at Harrisonburg at 9.40 a. m , except Sunday. WESTWARD. Train 418 connects at Harper's Kerrv with Limited Express, arriving at Pittsburg ft 00 p. m. . Columbus 2.50 and Chicago 11.25 next morning. Train No. 41ft connects at Harper's Kerry t L'vnroua arrivin# at f'tnrinnftti 7 54 next morning, Louisville 11.55 noon and St. Louis 6.25 p. m. Train 410 connects at Harper's Ferry with train No 6. arriving at Washington 7.9 p n: Baltimore 8 35. making only one nop, at Washington. I oral passengers can wait at Harper's Fern* lor train at 6 25 p. m. Train No. 416 connecta at Rarper'a Kerry with Pittsburg and Chicago F.ipreaa. arriving at Connellsville 2.25 and PitUburg 4.20 next morning. Columbus 11.30 p. m. and Chicago 7.3<i p. tn. Mixed train 443 connecta with train 43 leav ing Washington at 11.10 p. m. daily, except Sunday. EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold to par ties of ten or more between all ticket station* on the Valley I>ivi»ion— Uood for two day*. For tickets and further information apply to B A O. Agents or to B. F. Bond. Pass. Agent, Baltimore. C. K. Dudrow, Traveling Passenger Agent, Winchester. Va. Pullman Pa!ace8leei»ingCar*arerunthrough to Cincinnati. St. Loitia, Chicagoand PitUburg on all expreaa train*. J. T. ODELL, Gen’l Manger. CHA8. O. SCULL, Gen’l Passenger Agent. May 31. 1893. Schedule In Effect Sept. •'!, 1*03. LEAVE CHARLESTOWN. W, VA.. DAllA -SOUTH BOUND - No. 3. No. 17. « 33 a.m. 5.40 p. m —NORTHBOUND No. 4. No. 2A. 5.40 p.m. 9.49 a. no. ‘‘Washington and Chattanooga Limited" train of Pullman coache* and slt-efting cart run* daily via Shenandoah Valiev route, stop ping only at Lurav, Shenandoah. Basic. Ho anoke and Bad ford. Leaves Shenandoah Junction, southbound, 1.15 night. No 3 for Roanoke. Radford. Pulaski. Bristol conttecta af Roanoke, 4 35 p. ni., with the flu cm go expresa for Bluefield. Kennva, Columbus, Chicago and all poiuta weat. Pullman sleeper Norfolk to Chicago. No. 1 leaves Roanoke H in a. rn. for all local stations Connect* at Radford for point* »n Clinch Valley Division and L. A N. It. R No. ‘27 for Slienandoaii and intermediate stations. No connection beyoad. No. 4 for Washington. Hagerstown, Harr» burg. Philadelphia and New York. No 2H for Washington (via Shetiandnali Junction), Hagerstown, Harrisburg and New York. For tickets, time cards and ail information call on agent Norfolk A Western R. K. W. B. BEVILL. Gen. Pass. Agt., Roanoke. Va Sept. 20. 1803. NOTICE -TO USERS OF TIN PLATE. We don’t use small tin and want everybody to know it Fhe reason why we don’t is that if you have small tin put >n your roof the more seams you will have and the more leakf will be in your roof. Call or js and we will prove to you hat large tin is the best to pul hi your roof It will pay yolJ o look around. You will not >nly save time but money bj ailing on EARNSHAW & DOOLEY Apr. 16, ’85. ygw"*™**?*.^#*