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The King of Low Prices. It’s the Name that Produces the Low est Prices. That s the natoo our store has been crowd •d. while many other* are complaining of dull times. Clothing to Fit Slim Purses Bargains in Shoes and Boots On Rubber Footwear we have been heavily Uled- °‘^ sale- the largest w. have ever known. But we have not faltered. We are »upp!y»«« •»»«'«*>* tinned demand at the prices that it costs others to put them in stock. Men s Shoes, >K*. up, Ladies' do . 25c up. See our winter job counters. Geo. H. Hairier. Jan. 23. 1896- _ _ __ __ aisquith & CO.. PI IA RMACI STS. DEALERS IS Drugs, Proprietary Medicines, Pure Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dve Stuffs. Fancy Hair and Tooth Brushes. Fine Toilet Soaps* Combs, a full line of Domestic and Foreign Perfumes. Trus-e*. and Shoulder Braces. tine assortment of Stationery and School Books. Physicians* Prescriptions Carefully Cotni*ounded at all Hours. Court-House Square, Charles Town. March 14.1*94. FRUIT HILL NURSERY, Ckarlestowa. J.ff.riua Coant/, WeitVirginia. P rn it a ml Ornamental Trees, Flower and Vegetable PLANTS, Nhrubbory.&c, riSUE tuoacribcri call attention to thegreat »a riety ofTreea, Plants, Viae»,Rotes,Ac.,Ac., at thair Fruit IIIII Nuraery, and areg'atified to beeoniciouaofha»inga?tock likt y to p «»»« *U wao patrojiae ibex. Tt»ey willnstuudnriaketo pretest in tbit adrv.-tite meat a catalogue of itoet on band, but »i!! u« noateat to genera.ixe, hoping thatour peopiewill nallandten!ortbextel*ettCat the necessity for tending abroad for Tree*.Shrubbery,d-c.,aoLn gereniitn. Wshare 10.000 Apple* Tree**—choice varieties; 4000 Pearl* Tree*, Strawberry 1*1 til*, Atparagut Roott, Green House and Bedding Plants - Cabbage,Tomato, Egg .Cau i8o«*-r and Sweet Potato, ai 1 for tale Cheap ‘or Ctsb. April IS, 1876 - tf. UOPK1NSACO. FAMILY GROCERIES. The uudersigned. at the Kink Store ttooat, has ou hand a stock of F.I.filL YUKOl'FRiES that will compare with the best. Genuine. I u adulterated and GOODS, —the stock comprising article?* needed in eve fy wpll-rt*gu!iite«l family. ami all a* a modcnUt per centage above first cost. Country Produce taken in exchange for goods. Mar. 23, 18B2. JOHN* L. HOOFF. Agt. BARK._BARK. The <ieo. Campbell Co. Will pay outside prices for t'rime uarw Of the peel of 1*94. CHESTNUT. SPANISH AND BLACK OAK WANTED. In unlimited quantity, delivered at their mill in Charles Town or on cars at any depot on the B A O. and N. A \V. railioads. For sj>ecial terms call on or addr< >s them. WM. CAMPBELL, April 4, 1»4. Mamu." A. G. WYNKOOP, Successor to WYNKOOP. WALTER A CO RRAL ESTATE AND STOCKS Charles Town, West Va. OFFICE IN REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE BUILDING, I A. G. Wynkoop, Presideut). Opposite Ciiarlestown Mining. Manufacturing and Improvement Co.’s Ollice. REFERENCES:—The Management of all the Land Companies, the Circuit and County Clerks and the Bank of Charlestown. June 21, 1891. Barber Shop. Hair Cutting. >having and Shampooing in the best style at the Watson House fonsorial Annex by lhe undersigned. 1 have just re moved into a go room specially set apart and •quipped with all the modern conveniences for the purposes for which it has been designed and will be pleased to see my patrons ol the past and new ones, promising pleasing atten tion. F*b. 18, 1891. GEORGE TRAVIS. Paint. IF you are going to paint your house, you will find it to your advantage to call and s*e our stock of Paints. The brand weare car rying this year is Our Own Goods, a strictly nure Linseed Oil and Lead Paint that sells for $1.50 per gallon. Our own Guarantee will be given to insure its Purity. Also. Roofing and Fencing Paint, at $1.00 per cal lor.. Apr:!:; 19 AI8QP1TH A 00. Wheat Bought. I am prepared to clean wheat at my Kleva tor in this place, and will receive WHEAT IN’ THE ROUGH OR CLEANED. I will receive cleaned wheat at all depots in the county. Will be glad to make an otter for any Grain. Hay or Seeds vou tuav have to sell ' B. C. W AS HINGTOX. Agt. July 19, 1896. Feed at Retail. Delivered promptly. Ear t’orn. Oats, (.‘hop, Bran. Corn and Cob ground. Rated Hay. Chick en Feed Ac., at Coal and Wood Yard B. WASHINGTON. Agent. May 4. 1892. i 4 44* ¥4 ACUCST SCHCLT£, **. L* -!r- I Fainter. bnuth. Ne^ Carriage Factory, Charlestown, Jefferson County, W- l a. lATE the undersigned have entered into aCo } } partnership for the purpose of Manufac turing and Repairing CARRIAGES, BUGGIES PHJETOI^S, DA YTOS A SI) OTHER PLEAS URE WAG OSS, Spring Wagons, Dog Carts, Sulkies, Sleighs. 4c., hi a- une stvie as can be done any* here in the Union at moderate prices. Being P™**^ tuechabics we will be enabled to do all work on correct, systematic principles, thereby pro ducing work, durable and handsome. REPAIR WORK A SPECiAtiY We have secured the services of Kr.Tboa. Ryan, so favorably kuown for years in connec tion with Maj. Hawks’ Factory, to execute the woodwork on our manufactures. Hoping to receive a fair sbart o: von: age, we pledge ourselves to girt T<*> T*c ' SCHULTE & -DNAll'X. ^Shops on Blootnerv Turn ke.2 Square from Main St. May 21, 1885—tf. __ lOfl DOLLARS ' A PER month In Youh Own Locality nade easily and honorably, without capi tal, during your spare hoers. Any man, woman, boy, or girl can do the work h:nd iiy, without experience. Talking un necessary. Nothing like it for money in tkiugever offered before. Our workers always prosper. No time wasted in ■ intinj the bustoes®. Me teach you in a night ho\r to succeed from the first hour. Yon can make a trial without t x l*u*o to yourself. M’e start you. ftirnish i v rythi ig needed to carry on the bus; n -s successfully, and guarantee y > i it-ainst failure if you but follow "• r s !i:ph-. plain Instructions lh ai r . you aix* in need of ready men y. ivs:t to know all nle.nt the best pay;:;, t■ -s fi.ro the i ub!i'\ sviu! ii- 1 a ’ lr* v.e vi!t man yon a u - iknt y*>u all :i •* |»arts ulnw. TRUE & CO.. Box 400, Augusta, Moir.c. REAMERS HOWARD HOUSE Howard and Baltimore Streets, Baltimore. Md. To my old Patrons and the Traveling Public : Having had a very liberal share of the pnh li‘ patronage during the past five years 1 felt eu o tinged tore-lea-- the Howard Home for a term of years, and have at great expense refurnished and refitted the hotel front top to bottom. Am better prepared than ever to accommo date the public. My aim will be to give first el 4" a< • uuiuodations at 00 per day. Coun try Merchants and Commercial Travelers will fr 1 st the most centrally located hotel in the citv. Respect full v, JAMES REAMER Proprietor. M EE M M H M M M H M « 11 H M c.ARM MACHINERY. H u a ri or call. H c. ^1* SCE & SON, .Martin’s Ferry, O. h BlV-'' -XXXIIXXIXXXXXIXXXX.* F. Lt. Belter CONTRACTOR&BUILDER (OFFERS his services and will vigorously J prosecute his avocation as Carpenter and Builder.and will take orders and execute the same promptly and satisfactorily. His expe rience is such that he can guarantee perfect workmanship, and hie prices will compare fa vorably with the most reasonable. Those de siring to build or improve should give him a call. i Jan. 7, 18S6. Sinning, Shampooing and Hair-Culling Parlor, NORTH CHARLES STREET, NEXT To RACKET STORE. The undersigned prosecutes the above husi nes. in an artistic manner and guarantees sat isfaction. Cleanliness and neatness is observ ed, and courteous and prompt atteution given to all callers. The patronage of Ladies and Children is re spectfully solicited. GHABUS H 8MITH. CARTER HOUSE, CHARLES-TOWN. W. VA. Located in the Central Part of the City. Special Attention Given Commercial Travelers. WM. 11. CAMERON. Proprietor. First-Class Livery Attached to the Hotel. TERMS; Meals 50 cents; board per day, $2; board per week. $*•; board per month, $20 to >. table board. $10. '•■pt 1 SB Hog and Poultry Remedy. 1 am handling Dr. Jos Haas Hoc ami Poul try Remedy, which will put your hogs in lirst dass condition ; will stop cough and regulate the bowels; will arrest disease; will destroy worms; is a thorough preventive. Hogs treat cd with it wdl gain two or more pound' whilst others are gaining one. It is highly recoin : ended to do w hat it is represented to do.— * May 11. 181*2. W. 8. MERCHANT. Cold Water Alabastine Surpa"*s anything on the market. It is a ce ment that forms a costing firm a' the wall it seif. and admits of recoatin at any time with out removing the old coats It produces good work with one coat on almost any surface not too dirty and work'well on absorbent walls. For sale bv April 12.1,883. W. F. A T. P. LIPP1TT. M. Scott Weller, GENERAL MACHINIST. Patentee and Manufacturer of Weller s Patent Iron Cellar Doors, Charles Town. Jefferson County. West Va. Oysters. O' 'lers by the gallon, quart or pint.or serv ed in Oy'ter Parlor. Received fresh every di v during the season Nov. 8.1883. GUSTAV BROWN. Wire Picket Fence. Having purchased a machine, will be pre Sared to supply this Fence for farms and gar eus at low price. I Mar. 8, 93. W. F. A T. P. LIFPITT. 4 4»46 4» A rWA\ Hilo »X«tii»F'« 1 i Mt MKW» *»«* B»l«t ttSBSW |/ | t|> tOIlH U«» t/ ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAFORAL CIGARETTE Has stood the Test ol Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED GRAND SPRING OPENING. I have* now ready for inspection one of the Largest & Most Attractive Lines of SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS ever exhibited in the Valley; and will guar antee to sell Clothing 10 PerCent. Cheaper than anv other tailor corning *o Charles Town. The reason is apparent why I can do this: l do my own cutting. Ac., and have no expen sive Cutter or Traveling agent to pay. FIT GUARANTEED, and spcvial pains taken to please in style and finish. March 7, 1H!»4. J. F. REININGER. W. L. Douglas PLJrtP ISTHEBEST. QinViB NOSQUEAKINC, ‘5. CORDOVAN, FRENCH* ENAMELLED CALF *4.*«P FINE CALF& KW45.ARC1 ♦ 3.5? POLICE,3 Soles. oso>2.WORKINGHPuq v*' ' EXTRA FINE. 12.1I.7-5Boys’SchoclShges. % -LADIES . SEND FOR CATALOGUE W-L* DOUGLAS, BROCKTON, ATA5S. You can save money tiy ptirrbasiug VI. L, Dusiuln* Shoe*, Because, we arc lue largest manufacturers ol advertised shoes in the world, end guarantee the value by stamping the name ana price on the bottom, which protects you against high prices aud the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom worii in style, easy fitting and wearing qualities. Ve have them sold every where at lower prices for the value given than any other make. Take no substitute. If your dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by Rums & Shugert. Still A-tiead. 111AVK a very full stock of Groceries—cou . sitting of Flour, Meal, Canned Goods, Teat. Coffees. Syrups, Mollasses, Soaps, Pickles. .Salt Fish, etc." etc. 1 make a specialty of the beat N. O. Mollasses. The best brands of Tobacco and Cigarsaiways on hand. MEATS. In connection with my grocery 1 keep a first class Meat .Shop, and can supply my customers with the choicest meats. 1 have the very best home-made aud Baltimore mince meat. Fresh Bologna Sausage on hand. Thanking my patrons for theii kind treat ment in the past I solicit a continuance of the same. Kespectfully, _ Dec, 13, 1SH4. W. S. M ERCHAN V C. F. WALL, Dealer ami Commission Merchant -in all kinds of LIVE STOCK. Highest market price at all times for AI L KINDS OF FAT STOCK. I ship every few days the year around. Stock Steers. Fresh Cow*. Stock bulls, Stock Hogs, Brood Sows and Sheep bought and sold at my vards and stables on Blooiueiy Dike,5squares from Court-House. Highest Price tor Wool. 11, |«M. CAN I OBTAIN A PATENTf Fora pr'.rni't answer amt an honest opinion, write to >11 N N «V ( tl.. who have hail nearly flfty years’ experience in the patent business. Connnunlciv tlonsstri A Handbook of In f rn.ailon concerning Patents and bow to ob tain them sent free. Also u catalogue ot mechan ical and ac'entlttc books sent free. Patents taken through Muna i Co. recelvo special r.otlcotn the ki ienllfir Anierlrnn. and thus are brought widely belort the public with out cost to the Inventor. This splendid caper, issued weeklr. elegantly illustrated, has by far tho largest circulation of a-.r scientific w. rk In tho world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building Kdit. a. monthly, f-’/fla year. Mingle copies. 85 cents. Kvory number contains beau tiful plates, la colors, and photographs of new houses, with plan-, enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts. Address SIL’NN a CO., JilAV ¥i i.K, 361 BliOAtiWAT. Fertilizers for Season of 1S9-1. The Fertilizers her toforestld by \V. F. »fc T. T. I.ippitt are n^uiii offered to the farmers of Jefferson and the neighboring counties.— Only materials ol 'he highest prude are Used in their manufacture. Ammoniates are pro cured direct from the West; chemicals from importer*. Their preparation and sale is un der the immediate charge <,f Dr. W. F. I.ippitt. Drilling ipiiilities ■ in surpassed Analysis fully up to and above guarantee. Quality believed to l»e iinsurpi'sed by any in the marked Private mixtures of any kind piepareil promptly atni accurately. Aug. I. 1MU. W. F. I.IPPITT. Notice to Taxpayers Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the resolution of the Town Council pas-ed the 2!st day of September. 1V*4 and continuously published in the t.nvn papes if taxes are not paid by the 20th of January, l*s93. *> j>er cent, inter*-' v be charged thereon M ASON E. YOUNG. Dec t»4. Collector. 'urqiuia .free frcss. Morr Preciuu» than Cold. If platinum continue* to advance in price gold will soon be no longer distin guishable as the precious metal, as the coutiuued rise will cause gold to be as cheap in comparison as silver is to gold. If an u-tule business man bad furseen this rise, and made a “corner irt plati num, be would have doue a g<*>d stroke of business, for the price of platinum has increased five times during the psst three years and is on the upward grade. The cause of this enormous appreciation is the demand lor electrical purposes, and the output of the mines has not kept up with the demand. As electricity is brought home to the public the demand and price will increase, for there are several uses to which platinum is put 1 or which no other metal has yel been found suitable. No tably among these are contact points and leading in wires for electric lamps. Elec tric bells even now are often lilted with contacts which resemble the real thing and yet arc but a sham. In the other case the co efficient of expansion is the valuable feature. Therefore the problem is to find a metal which will not oxidize on being exposed to the efleets ol the “break” spark of an inductive circuit and to get oue which will make a tight joint with glass and has the same co efficient of expansion as that material. Four Bio Sacccnsc». Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following lour remedies have rescind a obcnomenwl sale. Hr. King’s New Discovery, lor consumption, Coughs Mild Colds, each b >ttle guaranteed—Electric Bitters, the great remedy lor Liver, Stom ach And Kidneys. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, the best in the world, and Dr. King’s New Life Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just as claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold et Brown A Hoof! ’s Drug Store. Gov. MackCorkle says of West Virginia : In 1889 the oil production of the State amounted to 119 -1 IS barrels In 1892 it w. s 3 700.000 barrels and in 1893 the output was 8 400,000 barrels, representing more than $5,000,000. From tabulated figures already received the Governor es'imates that the <»il production of West Virginia for 1894 will amount to over $8,000,000, represent ing an increase over the production of 1893 of 000.000, and over that of 1892 of more than 16,000,000. And though the value of the oil production of the Nat*1 now amounts t i tlii- enormous sum, vet, the message says the rich oil sands oi the Stale have been barely touched, the supposed nil territory scarcely invaded. With regard to the coal producing States of the Union, West Vir ginia now lias fount) place. One twenty seventh part of all the coal mined in the United State- is the product of the mines of Kanawha and Fayette counties alone.— 1 lie total output of coal in West Virginia in 1876 was less than 900,000 tons; iu 1S93 it was over 10,000,000 tons! In the | r iductiou of coke West Vir ginia ranks second among the Stales of the Union and in quality she has first place, having distanced al! competitors at the World’s Fair in 1893. According .. Gov ernor MacCorkle, the .State contains the largest body of hardwood in the Union and one-third of all the poplar in the United States is found in the forest- of West Vir ginia. And not withstanding the vast amount of lumber cut annually, there are within our borders vast bodies of the finest timber in the world whose stillness ha; uever been broken by the woodman’s axe, scarcely by the voice of man. No matter what your trade may be An herbalist or better Or something else, I say to thee If you have aught the matter, Don’t take the old style griping pills That rather cause than cure your ills ; but take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, fot they are very small and plea-ant to take and are prompt and effective in their operation. me) cure iiiuigesunn, pick nc.tuacne, om oiisness, disordered liver aud habitual con stipation. Several days ago William Banka, colored, was convicted in the circuit court at Mar tinsburg of stealing waste from the boxes of cars standing on me tracks of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Saturday Judge E. Bo>d Faulkner sentenced him to the penitentiary for life. The prisoner lias been before the court three times and to the penitentiary twice prior to this conviction, and under the laws of West Virginia ihe third conviction is necessarily life imprisonment. This is the first life sentence ever passed in the Berkeley circuit court. A petition will probably he presented to the Governor tor the unfortunate man's pardon. Sergeant Win. G Sherrard, son of Mrs. H irriet Sherrard, visited the scenes of his boyhood here last week, a for a nineteen year's absence. He is a member of the U, S. Cavalry, now Matioiod at Washington, and ha- been in the army eight years. The Presbyterian Guild held its annual elec tion of officers last week, with the foliowing resuit: President, Mrs J Marion Hollis; Vice-President, Mi-s Matoika Wiiv ; Secre tary Miss I*villa Denny; Treasurer, Rev. R. A. White. The Guild is in a very pros perous condition.—Gerardsloicn Time*. At the recent session of the West Virginia Historical Society at Charleston officers were elected ns follows: John P, Hale, president; \V. G. Atkinson, first congres sional district, C. J. Faulkner, second dis trict, A. M. Scott, third district, and J. N. Camden, fourth district, vice-presidents; Virgil A. Lewis, corresponding secretary; E L. Butt lick, treasurer; J. P. Hale, V. A. L»wis, T. L. Broun, R. S. Carr, R. W. Roller, B. W. Byrne, G. W. Patton and E. L Buttrick, executive board. Rev. Edward Young Buchanan, D. D., a brother of Ex President Jam<*s Buchanan, died in Philadelphia, on Sunday last, in i the 84th year of hi? age. A Reminder of the H’ui' From the R ehmond Dispatch. Newark. O . January 4. ‘Jo To the Editor of the Di/patch : There is a gentleman living in thisvicin | ity who was a soldier in the Federal army ; during the late war, and while in "S irgiu'.a, , in some of their raids picked up (I suppose as a memento) a iarg;- family oib e, evident* j ly belonging to a family named Turner.— This gentleman above referred to a .dr. Wiles) has been taken wi'h ; si*-ire to re turn the hi hie to it- original owner, and knowing that 1 an> wmihern horn, he has appealed to me so ns-i-t him in restoring it. I give you below a copy of some of the rec ords contained in the book, hoping that it may act as a guide in locating the owner. B. MARRIAGES. William F. Turner was married ou the 29th day of May, 1845, to Ellen Beime, in the city of Richmond, at the hou-e of W il liam 11. Maclarland, by Right Rey. John Johns. William F. Turner and Sidney Patterson were married on the 19th of Mov, 1857, by Ret. Dr. Baccu*, in the city of Baltimore & Catharine U. Turner and John 5*. W right, of the city of Chicago, were married at .Moheilv, in the county of (obliterated), on on the — day of —, in the year of 1845, by the Rev. —. Thomas B Turner and Teuton Wallace were married on the — day of —, 1842, in the county of King Georg**, by —. Thomas B. Turner and Louise H. Buck ner were married on the — day of —, 1842, in the city of Baltimore. DEATHS. Thomas B. Turner departed this life at Saint Bernard, in the county ol Fauquier, on the — day of —, 1845. George W. Turner fell nobly defending his country on the 17th of October, 1859. “Dulce et decorum est pro patria rnori.” Mary E II. Allibone died of grief for the loss of her brother George on the 6th ol March, 1869. The Di-uatch lias the full name and ad dress of this correspondent tind will give them to any one entitled to receive the bible. Wm. F. Turner lived near Ripon, this county, and represented Jefferson in the Virginia House of Delegates. He died some years ago. Geo \\ . Turner aiso lived near Ripon. Both were farmers. The la1 ter was killed during the Brown raid at Har p-r’s Ferry it! ISoO The trolley lias killed 94 persons and in jured 700 in the two ycais it has been in operation in Brooklyn - ha: ' >■ -» AFTER THE C^RIP, pneumonia, fevers, or other debilitating dis eases, your quickest way to get flesh and strength is w ith Dr. Pierce'; Holden Medical Discovery. That gives purity to your blood, and rapidly builds np lost flesh and strength. Mrs. Neal, of Crock ett Mill*. Term., had an attack of measles, followed by bron chitis and pneumo nia. Her husband writes: “ I feel grati fied with the effect of v.ur wonderful medl not her for Mrs. Neal. usod two bottles *ot •Golden Medical Discovery.' and is now able to do all her work. I think It the finest medicine in the world, and I am. gratefully, your life-long friend, J. B. N’LAL. PIERCE™-CURE OR UIONEY RETURNED 1895 The Sun! 1895 liAI.TlMOUK. MU. The Paper of the People, For the People and with the People. Honest in Motive. Fearless in Expression. Sound in Principle. Unswerving in Its Allegiance to Right Theo ries and Right Practices. The Sun publishes all the news all the time, but it does not allow its columns to be degrad ed by unclean, immoral or purely sensational matter. Editorially. The Sun is the consistent and unchanging champion and defender.of popu lar rights and interests against political ma chines and monopolies of every character independent in all things, extreme in none.— It is for good laws, good government and good order. 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A TOP-BUGGY and HARNESS for sale botb in good condition. Apply at Mav 17 FREE PRESS OFEICE. Ss-W sold together or separately. For Rent. Dwelling for Rent. Apply for information at this office. ! Dec. 12, 1894. AS IN YOUTH Ayer’s Hair Vigor CORDIALLYJNDORSED. RESTORES Natural Growth of mz HAIR —WHEN - ALL OTHER Dressings FAIL ••1 can cordially indorse Ayer’s Hair oj Vigor, as one of the best preparations Oj for the hair. When I began using Ayer’s cj Hair Vigor, all the front part of niy head oj -about half of it —was bald. The use Oj of only two bottles restored a natural 0j growth, which still continues as in nty o] youth. I tiled several other dressing*. Qj but they all failed. Ayer’s Hair > igor Qj is the best."—Mr*. J. C. rittissEit. oj Converse. Texas. 0] Ayer'S Him Vigor! PKEPARED BY §1 Or. J. C. AYER & CO.. LOWELL. MASS. °j o OCOOOOOOO 0 00000000OOPOS COACH FACTORY LIVERY, Furniture Establishment, &c. 3nHEunder»igoecibsTing puretiled the old e» [ tablisbed Coseb Factory ofue late Walls J. swks.in Charlestown, with the ritw of enter ing into tbe CARRIAGE BUSINESS, in alliti branches, offers for sale s large nono her V a* r.H M»rnnd-h md Carriages, Buggies, Jagge rs,&c. at the lowest price* and upon the most accommo dating terms. OLD CARRIAGES TAKES IS EXCBASQE FOR SEW. All Kinds of Repairs done with neatness and dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOB BIBB. i n connection with the above 1 wiHcontinue the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnish Carriages, Buggies and .'aggersat the shorteitnotice. .TheaboTebusiness willbe under the su perintendence of Abram Stump. F URISflTURE I I also offer to the public a large lot of Furni ture, comprising CBA IRS, T.A DL ES( Ettmtionnndolktr)BED STEADS, MATTRESSES, and a 11 articles usually found in a Furniture Es tablishment. Old Furniture Repaired. UN DERTAEING, I willbe prepared in a short time to give my special attention to the busi ness of Undertaking. Beicg a practical mechanic and determined to givesatisfaction, I respectfully solicita share of publicpatronage. LEWIS STARRY. May 12, 1877. The Confectionery Store of GUSTAV BROWN Has an elegant assortment of Freehand Fine Confections Candies of all kinds, and pri< es cheap. Have on hand Whitman's Superio* Confections, Bon Bons, Chocolates and FineMixturea FRUITS AND NUTS. A large supply of Nuts, Raisins, Citron Cur rants, Figs, Dates, Onnuea, Lemons. Grapes and Bananas. WEDDING CAKES a Specialty. Plain and Ornamental Cakes al ways on band. TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY Such as Dolls, Gaines, Books, Toilet 8cts, Vases, Cups and Saucers, Mugs, Rubber Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Tea Sets, Bisques, Baskets. Plush Goods, Waiions, Sleds. Veloc ipedes, Ac., Ac. Ico Cream and Oysters in Season, Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to merit a continuance. June 13. 1894. GUSTAV BROWN. WEEKLY REGISTER, PUBLISHED AT WHEELING. WEST VA. T!ie Farmer's Friend, A Home Companion, The Best Story Paper. Has already the Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in the two Virginias, Eastern Ohio, or Western Pennsylvania THE GREAT TWELVE-PAGE WEEKLY. Its Woman's and Children’s columns are of unusual domestic interest. Its Special Features cost more money than is paid by any ten other papers in the same ter ritory Its news columns cover the world. Bill Nye writes for i»; I)r. Talmage preaches for it Wallace P. Reed and Ktidyard Kipling. Rich ard Malcolm Johnston, Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Julian Hawthorne, K It. Wilson, Rider Hag gard, Olive Harper. Nym Crinkle, and the best literary genius of the world contribute to its columns. It is a magazine, and every issue an educator. ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. Agents wanted In every locality Money for agents in working for it. Send for sample copies. Send six names giving the addresses of yourself and five neighbors who want free copies. Write for agent’s terms. Clubs of six f,»r Five Dol lars. Address, THE REGISTER, Nov. 28, 1891. Wheeling, W. Va. STOP THAT HORRIBLE COUCH! Go at once and get a bottle of PRIMLEY’S SPEEDY CURE, FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. SHOULDyou buy a bottle and it does not give satisfaction, on the return of tbeerupty | bottle we will cheerfully refund the price paid j for it in other goods. Sold by G.T. LIGHT. PRIMLEY'S Sarsaparilla sold on the above plan, by G. T. LIGHT. PRIMLEY'S Iron and Wahoo Bitters sold on the same plan by G. T. LIGHT. Wanted, Wanted in exchange for Lumber 20.000 feet of OAK. 20,900 feet of WALNl T and500bbls. of CORN. Dec. 7. 1892 W. F. A T. P. LIPPITT. Nobo^v need have Neuralgia Get Dr. Miles' Pam rliis rroia druggists, vne cent a doso." Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Time Table in Effect January 6tb, 1895. NORTHWARD. 49 m 411 44; jgj Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass. Mix. Mix A M. A M P.M A M. i\M Lexington— Lv 5 15, 1 30 11 10 Staunton— “ 7 04 3 16 P.M Harrisonburg— “ 8 10 4 25 7 35 4 30 Mt. Jackson— “ 9 09 5 34 9 23 6 15 Woodstock— “ 9 35 6 02 10 17 7 04 Strasburg— “ 10 04 6 34 11 06 7 50 Capon Road— “ 10 13 6 43 11 31 8 04 Winchester— “ 6 00 10 50 7 32 A.M 9 14 Charlestown— “ 6 46 11 47; 8 21 j 2 12 1040 Harper s Ferry Ar 7 08 P.M. 8 46 2 50 1130 Washington— “ 9 20 2 10 10 50 Baltimore- “ 10 40 3 15 A M. Philadelphia— “ 12 55 0 08 3 50 New York- “ l »| 8 2 Trains No 12 14 and 444 are daily ec> cepi Sunday ; Train No. 450 runs Sunday oulv. Additional mixed train leaves Charlestown 4.23 p. m.. and arrive at Harper's Ferry at 5.14 p. m. ex. Sunday. SOUTHWARD. 405 419 413 491 41. Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass. Mix Mix. A.M. P.M. A.M. AM A.M. New York Lv Philadelphia— 1 8 15 1 35 Baltimore— “ 10 lfl 4 20, 4 00 Washington— “ 11 25 5 30 Harper’s Ferry “ P.M : 7 54 8 00 8 05 7 55 Charlestown- “ j 1 55 8 21 8 24 8 34 8 43 Winchester— 11 2 4' 9 12 9 16 1130 10 16 Capon Road- “ 3 31 10 00 1 14 l i 20 Strasburg— “ 3 40 10 16 1 25 11 36 Woodstock- “ 4 09 10 47 3 0O P.M. Mt. Jackson- “ 4 36 11 18 4 09 1 21 Harrisonburg— “ 5 55 12 30 5 28 3 00 Staunton— “ 7 05 1 58 Lexington— Ar. 8 53 3 5.) Trains No. 405. 419, 413 and 491 are daily ex cept Sunday; Train No. 449 runs Sunday only. Additional mixed train leaves southward at 3.56 a. m. and arrive at Harrisonburg at 10.52 a. m., except Sunday. EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold to par ties of ten or more between all ticket stations on the Valley Division—Good for two days. For tickets and further information apply to B. A O. Agents or to B. F. Bond. Pass. Agent. Baltimore, C. E. Dudrow, Traveling Passenger Agent, Winchester, Va. Pullman PalaceSleepingCars are run through to Cincinnati. St. Louia, Chicago and Pittsburg on all express trains. R. B. CAMPBELL. General Manager. CHAS. O. SCULL, Gen 1 Passenger Agent. Jan. 23. 1895. flj&j-W liflrfolkiWestern 8 R Schedule In Effect fior. IS, IA94. LEAVE CHARLESTOWN, YV. VA.. DAILY -SOUTH BOUND No.3. No. 27. 8.42 a. m. 3-37 p. m. -NORTHBOUND No. 4. „ w 7.32 p.m. 9.60 a.m. “Washington and Chattanooga Limited’’ Pullman Sleepers and Coachaa, leave Shenan doah Junction daily 1.25 a. m. for Roanoke, Knoxville. Chattanooga. Memphis, Birming ham, Meridan. New Orleans. Connection for Florida, Texas and all southern points. No. 3 for Roanoke. Radford, Pulaski, Bristol Knoxville. Chattanooga connects at Roanoke, 4 20 p. m., with the Chicago express for Blue field, Kenova. Columbus, Chicago and all points west. Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Col umbus, and Radford to Chattanooga. No. 1 leaves Roanoke 7.20 a. in. for all local stations Roanoke to Bristol and Bluefield to Pocahontas. No. 27 for Shenandoah and intermediate stations. No connection beyond. No. I for Washington, Hagerstown, Harris burg. Philadelphia and New Y'ork. No 28 for Washington (via 8henandoah Junction), Hagerstown, Harrisburg and New Y’ork. For tickets, time cards and all information call on agent Norfolk A Western R. R. W. B. BEVILL, (Jen. Pass. Agt., Roanoke, Va Nov. 18, 1894. Tho§. C. Earnshaw. B. Frank Dooley EAHNSHAW (St DOOLEY, CHARLE8-TOWK, W. VA.. IiKAUH* IX Cookimr Sc Heating Stover and Range*. Manufa* turers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Repairing promptly attended to. Rooting and Spouting •'» Specialty. Wc don't use small tin and we want ererv* body to know it. The reason why we don't is that if you have small tin put on your roof the more seams you will have and the more leaks 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. Our work in the past is our recommendation. June 1.1 mat EARNSHAW 4 DOOLEY. LEWIS BELL, TONSORIAL - ARTIST, MARTINSBURG, W. VA. Best equipped Parlor in the State. None but the best workmen employed. Polite at* tention given customers. A fine bath room attached. Hot and cold baths at all time* at reasonable prices. QUEEN STREET. Next door to Snodgrass'* Drug Store. Sept. 5, 1MX-1 yr. C. W. TAYLOR, House, Sigu and Fresco Painter AKD PAPER-HANGER AND GRAINER Charlestown, Jeff. Co., W. Va. February 4, 1891.