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The King of Low Prices. It’« the Namo that Produces the Low est Prices. That * the reason our store has been crowd ed. while many others are complaining <’f null times. Clothing to Fit Slim Purses. Bargains in Shoes and Bo ’ts On Rubber Footwear we have been heavily taxed. Our tales the largest we have ever known. But we have not faltered. ’Ve are supplying lie con tinued demand at the pricesth.it it costs others to put them in stock. Men's Shoes. 30o. up. Ladies’ do . 25c up. See our winter job counters. Geo. H. Hadley. Jan. 23, 1896. __ Aisaurm & to.. PHARMACISTS, DEALERS IN Drugs, Proprietary Modicines, Pure Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dve Stuffs. Fancy Hair and Tooth Brushes, Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, a Bill line of Domestic and Foreign Perfumes, Trusses, aud Shoulder Braces, hue assortment of Stationery and School Books. Physicians’ Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours. Court-House Square, Charles Town. Maim FRUIT HILL NURSERY, Charlestown, JefTerton County, WestVirglala Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Flower and Vegetable PLANTS. Shrubbery, riiU |£ *ui»s«riber»cal! attantioa to tbegreatru riotr ofTrees. Plants, Vises,Hoses,Ac.,*e. at their Fruit SI ill Nurhcry, and are jr'iM®41he coatolous > fhaTtagaitaci llkeir topie**o ail wha patrojite taex. * b■*. wiUnotundertaceto present in ibis «jrerttse ■eat a catalogue o.‘ stock on hand.butwt b< •onteat to genera.lie, hopiug that our peoplewil • nllandseefortheiaselTcstbi’ the necessity foi seeding abroad for Tre«s.Shrubbery,<vc.,soti>n ger exist*. Vfe hare 10,000 ipplr Trees—choice varietfe* 5 000 rem it Tre«>. Straw berry Fi.,aat Asparagus Ruota, Creea House and bedding Plant* Cabbage, T.mato, Egg .Cauiitlow . aat Sweet Potato, a lf»r sale Cheap tor Cast. ^ Aprilli, 1*76 -tf. HOPKINS* CV A. G7FlAIvr» ClvC":t, MfiSE. A. Hu*?sSF rl!£& FACEBai” • * . v r" rauu'V . in y Wor ;<frlu»co« » • HI A t.r ! ... tK. IV kept If r-' •! -* r.c Court f ;*r ^ p#r!>'Uk',‘robotti'.'.<i '• t- K»-li>T, ». I • , _ that all of these t-.i'r • aa,’ , Safrl toeeerg i-m t, ’■« ,, w <* s'^Sfc-SS^.>2——- I f. i> .orln:: > I . ■ : •* xeorlJ.twlttsend It safely pa-n.-i m plain *r/; ; - alleuarfi-■ prv; s ' a-ip.^ la •Teryon'we. t> eels tea. pic:, h"..r . - lowness, black be ■ 1«. arm c .:.nlu)f- m nesa, or an» d-s.-. ! rai .1 Til amt wrinkles tu> ■- cau-o-l i"r »=• »• «*«•-- -•••” pscs BLB.aon f.m. »»a all- >h' ltd - ■’••I coeer up. a* como«Ucs d->. but is case. Ac -.rus BAlUVir A. BCPPBKT. J»e.oi No. 6 East ttn St„ NEW VORk CITY. BARK. _ BARK. The Geo. Campbell Co. Will pay outside prices for Prime Bark Of the peel of 184*4. CHESTNUT. SPANISH AND BLACK OAK WANTED. In unlimited quantity, delivered at their mill in Charles Town or oh cars at any depot on the B. AO. and N. <% \V. rai Loads. For special terms call on or address them. WM. CAMPBELL, April 1, ISM. Manager. A. G. WYNKOOP. Successor to W iNKOOP, WALTER A CO.. REAL ESTATE AND STOCKS Charles Town, West \ a. OFFICE IN REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE BT1LD1NO, (A. O. WYNKoor, President . Opposite C tarleslowu Mining. Manufacturing an 1 Improvement Co.’s Othce. REFERENCESThe Management o; t. e Land Companies, the * ircuit aud County Clerks and the Bank of Charlestown. June Jl, 18i>l. Barber Shop. Hair CuUiug. 8ha\ mg and Shampooing iu the beat style at tlie Watson House l'ousoriai Annex by the undersigned. ! have just re moved in to a uew room specially set a) art and equipped with all the modern conveniences for the purposes for which it has been designed and will be pleased to see my patrons of the past and new ones, promising pleasing atten tion. Feb. IS. 1891. GEOUGK TRAVIS. Paint. IF you are going to paint your house, you will find it to your advantage to call and *ee our stock of Paints. The brand wear* car rying this year is Our Own Goods, a sirictly pure l.inseed Oil and Lead Paint that sells for $1.30 per gallon. Our own Guarantee will be given to insure its Purity. Also, Roofing and Fencing Paint, at $l.h«> per gallon. April 23 W Wheat Bought. I am prepared to clean wheat at my Eleva tor in this place and will receive WHEAT IN THE ROUGH OR CLEANED I will receive cleaned wh>-at at ail depots in the county. Will be glad to make an oiler for any Grain. Hay or Seeds you mav have to sell. B. C. WASHINGTON. Act. July 19. 1*93. Feed at Retail. Delivered promptly. Ear Corn. Oats. Chop, Bran, Corn and Cob ground. Baled Hay, Chick en Feed, Ac., at Coal and W.v d Yard. B.O WASHINGTON. Agent. Mart 1M', I'sn Dr. Miles’ Nrave PnA.-*rxa^.for SPINAL WEARNESS. Ail am;gi»ia aeii emfor35c% A 4 444* V I ADQCST Schclti, E. L. Pxoracx, H Painter. Smith. New Carriage Factory, Charlestown, Jefferson County, JJ. Jo WE the undersigned have entered intoaCc Partnership tor the purpose of Manufac I turiugund Repairing I CARRIAGES, BUGGIES PIIjETONi DAYTON AND OTHER PLEAS URE WAGONS, Spring Wagons, Dog Carts, Sulkies, Sleighs, At. •n as tine style as can he done anywhere in tb Union at 'moderate prices. Being practica mechahics we will be enabled to do all won on correct, systematic principles, thereby pro ducing work’, durable and handsome. REPAIR WORK A SPECi/ilfY Wo have secured the services Ci Six, Thos ilvan, so favorably known tor yeaii irt ccncec tion with Maj. Hawks’ Factory, to execute th woislwork on our manufactures. Hoping to receive a fair share of v -r-atror, age. we pledge ourselves to giTCTX® nor*} SCHULTE*-' -DN.EUX i#*Shopso;i Bloousery Turn ^e,. Square from Main St . May 21, 1S85— tf. DOLLARS PER MONTH sn Yous Own Locality nadc easily and honorably, without capi tal. during your spare hours. Any uian, worn: it,hoy, orgirl can do the work hand ily. without experience. Talking un lecessary Nothing like it for uu ncy m iki ever offered before. Our workers always prosper. No time wasted in learning the lutsiucss. We teach yon in n jii: t how i> stteccci! from the lir-t li ;r' Y hi can make u trial with* ut t x pciH.; to yourself. Wo start you. !Y;rni-': ev. ry: hints needed to carry on U. -1 n success folly, and guarantee ag.ii:ist failure if you but follow • " ,.l . 1,’,-mI r : \ Mi ... i i need of ready «: :» v v » ' > kn mv s!l .">»•. mt the fc."t ; *.» }> *-m * I fore the publi -. set <5t:> •• • ad tr .t..i *.e \vU 1:1.■ t j *:; a Co i>. a %i', iag you all the t srtP-uktra. TR*J& & 00. — <j k 4CD, a, tAeino. REAMFR’8 ! HOWARD HOUSE Howard and Baltimore Streets. Raltiuiore. Md. | ) T„ my old Patron;- and the Traveling i iodic Having had a very libera! share of the pub j lie patronage during the past live years 1 fed i , ouraued to rvleas* the Howard Home foi : : a I rv.i oi years, and h ive at gr .t exp* u-» re ur ,i?h-d a*>d refuted the hotel from top t' l»lt ini. ' Am 1 etter prepared than ever to ac nnnio I .late tin* public. My nim will be to give first" l.is>ia.: imtmidaiioii.i at W per day. louir ’ trv Me ii.uits end <'oiium-rci d I raveb rs will find it tiie must centrally located hotel in the ; cilv. Kc'iHH-rfnilv. JAMES REAMER, Jan it. l-*Jo Proprietor. :z :ririxxxxrxxxx-xxxs fl.ENUINES, fi \ THRESHERSH p* and n H M M M I f-'ARAl MACHINERY. m ,Vri or cat!. H * *=•? MCE & SON, Martin's Ferry, O. m Ul. - MUIIlSXIimiilll;.. P. 'Li. Seller COmACTORABUILDER ■ \Kr Kil > ii■> services and will vigorously V/ pro' ‘cute his avocation as Carpenter and Builder, and will take orders and execute the '..to. promptly and satisfactorily. His expe rience i- oin.il tic; be cun guarantee perfect ud his prices will compare in* . r..:- IDlbll I • '■iring to build or improve should give him a call. Jan 7. iS-i?. Shaving, Shampooing and Huir-Vuiling Parlor, NORTH rilAKLEs STREET, NEXT TO RACKET STORE. 1 ... • ■ . . .... -... no-- in an artistic manner and guarantees sat isf u tion. Cleanliness and neatness is observ » , ;;■:«! eottrteotis and prompt attention given to aii callers. iue patronage of Ladies and Children is re spectfully Solicited. May J. iwd CHARLES H. SMITH. CARTER HOUSE, ('HAHLES-lOWN, W. VA. Located in the Central Part of the City. Special Attention Given Commercial Travelers. \YM. H. CAMERON, Proprietor. I irst-Class Livery Attached to the Hotel. I'KUMS; Meals .n cents; hi ard per day. ; board |>er week. board per month. to $.'0; table board, $1(1. S% pt. *27. lhU3. Hog and Poulin Remedy. 1 aiu handling Hr. Jos Haas’ Hog and Poul try Remedy, which wilt put your hogs in tirst s^ivb co: iition ; will stop cough and regulate toe bowels: wiil arrest disease; will destroy worms, is a thorough preventive. Hogstreat ed with I: wilt gain two or more pounds whilst ! other*are gaining one. It is highly reemn , mended t>> do what it is represented to do.— 1 Trv it. May 11. 1 s,0. W. S. MERCHANT. Cold Water Alabastine surpa any tiling on the mat ket. It is a ce ment tha* foT-nis a co ding firm as the wall it self, and a imits of recoat in at any time with out removing tlie old coats It produces good work with one Coat on almost any surface not j ton dirty. mid works well ou absorbent walls. For sale bv April 12. lSt»3. W P. ,t T. P. LIPP1TT. M. Scott Wdlcr. GENERA I. MACH I NIST, Patentee am! Manufacturer of Weller’s Patent Iron Cellar Doors. Chade* Town, Jefierson County, West Va. Oysters. Oysters by the gallon, quart or pint, or serv er! in Oyster Ptrlor. Received fresh every di y during the season Not. s. t'*;t. GUSTAV BROWN. Wire Picket Fence. Having - .■ has, ! a ni.,chine, will be pre pared to -upplv this Pence for f«ruis and gar dens at low price Mar. 8. '93. W. F. & T. P. LIPP1TT. | 1 ? i | absolutely pure THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE j Has s'.coU Use Test cl Tima MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER jjj CRANDS COMGiNED j Fdo not Want to give you a chill talking about spring clothing but I ITO WANT to post you on the price3 of SPRING CLOTHING before you are misled by sotneof the educated clothing talkers traveling through thecountrj w!i<*e salary and expanses the buyer must pay Owing to tlie great rush at the Rond House t( takeout the foreign goods I will not have my full assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS before February l?-'> After that date 1 will b< able to display one of the of Spring and Summer Goods ever exhibited in the Valley. Call and get correct style! and prices. Yours respectfully. Feb. a). 18A5. J. K. REINING Ell. P . Douclas IS THE BEST. NO SQUEAKING. $5. CORDOVAN, FRENCH* ENAMELLED CALF. $4.$o.5-P FlNECAlf&KAiiGAROl $3.5? POLICE, 3 Soles. ^9!j?J2.VV0RKiMGfjQa^ v^' EXTRA FINE. *'* $2. CoysSchoclShlES. •LADIES* •n'lstew,. SEND TOR CATALOGUE W*L*DCUGLAS, BROCKTON, ATAS3. Von cau save money by pnrebusius VV • L. VuKsliin Slice-, Because, we arc lac largest manufacturers or advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee the value by stamping the name end price on the bottom, win \ protects you against high prices and the middleman's profits. Ourshocs equal custom worn in style, easy fitting end w‘ arliig qualities. We have them sold ever}’, whore ct lower prices for the value given than cr.v other make. Take r.o substitute. If your dealer ccunot supply you, we can. Sold by Burns Jk. Sliugcrt. Still A-iiead. [HAVE a very full stock of Groceries—con sitting of !• lour. Meal, ('aimed Goods, Teas Coffees, Syrups, Mollasses, Soaps, Pickles, Sab Fish, etc.' etc. 1 make a specialty of the besi N. O. Mollasses. The beat brands of Tobacco aud Cigars*! way! on hand. MEATS. In connection with my grocery i keep a first class Meat Shop, and can sc. ply my customer with the choicest meats. 1 have the very hes' home-made and Baltimore mince meat. Iresl Bologna Sausage on hand. Thanking my patrons lor theii kind Heat same. Respectfully, Dec. 13,1881. ‘ w. . MERCHANT. C. F. WALL, Dealer and Commission Merchant -in all kinds nf LIVE STOCK. Highest market price at aii limes for AI !. KINDS OF FAT STOCK. I ship every few days the year around. Stock Steers. Fresh Cows, Stock Bulls, Stock Hogs. Brood Sow - and Sheep bought and sold at my yards and stables on Blootncty Pike, 5squares from Court-House. Highest Price lor Wool. Feb. 14 1*8*. _ prompt ausv«--r an i an k • • opinion, write to 31 i NS .V who h-;v« ha t . early tlfty years’ eeperi. r.c ; In lh:> gr.cent Las _■■. CjetiiuiiIcs tionx strictly cnnilu ':.:A ‘lauttbook oX In X Tir-rtlcn corvemic.’ l*afet :* s-vl bow to ob tr.ln them s :it tree. Also a cetnlojue cX Eicchan ical and BC'etitiSc 1“ is sent tree. Patent* t„k-n throucb Mur.n & Co. recelTo special r.ot;cc i.. tUe Scientific American. and thus are tax- rot widely before the oubllc with out cost to tiiO inventor. This splendid paper, issue*! wee•;! •-. i let-ant ly illustrated, bos by fax tho 'are* *t c r -. -tiou c-f an* scientific work In the world. 9a a ■ . pie copies sent Xreo. liuliuiu-: K ... :oa monthly, SJ.jOayear. Sinirto eeoiea. 35 cc- j. Vrcry number contains beau tiful p. i eoi- *. and j.hptowTsphs oX new tou-ej. w!:u plan-, c- -iton-: builders to show tiio latest des't-: i and h • •Urr-rts. Address Sit'SK t'-.. K. Slit fl. JAUWAT. Fertilizers for Season of IS9-L The Fertilig---1« ivtof-ire sMd by W. F. ,t T. I*. I.ippitt are again offered to the farmers of Jeflt-r- n and the neighboring counties.— Only material* of the highest grade arc used in their manufacture Ammotiiates are pro cured direct from the West; chemicals from import- r-. I .»ir preparation and sale is un der the ini: :tc charge of Dr. \V. K. I.ippitt. Drilling 11u ilities unsurpassed Analysis fully up to and :ihi<vc guarantee. Quality believed to be unsurp.—-. -I by any i-i the market. Private mixture* of any kind pieparod promptly and accurately. Aug. l'. 1-m W. F. LIPPITT. Notice to Taxpayers Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the resolution of" ihe Town Council passed the 2is*t day of 8ep'e.'nb»*r, !v*! and continuously published in the town papers, if taxes are mil i*oid liv i! » SOtli of January, lsi'o, 6 per cent, iutere-t *• t be charged thereon MASON K YOUNG, De >04. Collector. firgiuia iftxt ftess. Some men go to extremes—but very many I pursue a mean course. At first success makes a name ; afterwards the name makes success. The man who leads the procession does uut always head the list. No resolution is considered Rood by some people unless it will stretch. Ii does not increase the social standing ol admkey to add horseshoes to his apparel. If a fool and his money are easily parted, will somebody tell us how it is there are bo many rich fools? ‘ Your three daughters are married ; did they marry happily?” “Two arc married happily and one is divorced happily.” Mrs. fcjilup—Why, you are home quite eaily, for a change. Mr Situp—Yes, my throat’s swollen so I can’t swallow anything. He—Uut you say yourself your stepfath er is anxious to get you ofF his hands. Sjbe —Thai’s why I am afraid he won’t listen to 1 you. He—I saw severs! persons take oil- their hats in the theater this evening. She—0/ the gentler sex? He—Yes. They were men. “Yes ; he told me I was beautiful. What do you think of that?” “My dear you can never believe what men say ; they are all deceivers.” •‘What is Cholly Frivvles doing now?” asked one girl. ‘‘Looking for work,” re plied the other. “Poor fellow! lie’s so near sighted!” McShvalti rs—Is that hoy ol ours smoking those confounded cigarettes? His Wife No, lie’s only warming his feel by the stove with his rubbers on. 1 huaii expect you, saiu me jusuw the colored culprit, “to tell the whole truth.’’ “Do whole truth, sub?” “Yes.” “Jedge, jes’ gimme six months.!” Miss Pert—Is Miss ttrait Lace circum sped? Mbs Caustic—Circumspect! Why, she won’t accompany .1 young man on the piano without a chaperon. “I lieuii they was a good deal oh cuuiu’ Up at yo’ Ian dance, Mi-s Cindy.' “Dey w.iZ/.o’i nutiio'did-4 sort ! All do ia lit*" an’ gemmeii lei dey razzer* in do cloak r<»> i. Too Unit* d States has more kinds ot peo ple than any nation on earth nod more kinds of money. In fact i> lias all kind*of money, and one kind is just as hard to get as anoth er. ."die— 1 wondei whether Chinamen ever use intoxicants to excess. U The war has demonstrated llmt they don't \'Ki don't lieir> i :lieir doing anything out in king w ,it« r. “I see that llit-y aie again agitating the adoption of new tu'e* for loothall ” I hear liial or.e propos d b nut to allow the game to stop mon- 'Inin five minutes unless it he fat 41.’* lie—Mrs. fciwtiitop cmainiy is a beauti ful woinnn. skho carries all before her.— She (spitefully)—Force e»f habit, 1 suppose. I hear she was a waitress before tSwelltop married her. “Did anybody insinuate that 1 sold my s?l!'?'l inquirtd (lit New York policeman. “I didn’t hei r that,” replied his friend.— “All that came to my ears was that you gave 1 yourself away.” Wile—The doctor telis me that lie thinks you have the enlargement of the heart.— Husband—I thought lie must have imagined 1 had something of the sort by the size oI the bill lie sent in. Passer—What's going tin in that hall.— Policeman—Well, there’s a lot of long hair ed men and short iiaired women there, but I don't know whether it’s a suffrage associa tion or an athletic club. ”1 saw in a society paper that advanced women nave practically oanisn-u punctua ti hi points from their letter writing.”— “Perhaps they do not wi-h to be know n as women of the period.” ‘‘Is that Miss FJirler? Tni» is Mr. fjopht* ly. You danced ten limes with Mr. Miislie ley last night, so you may consider our en gagement broken.” Telephone Girl (in central office)—Ring off, please. She—Do you remember that you said you would do anything I asked when I proir.i-ed to marry you He—Yes ; but I didn’t know then how much spare time a woman had to think up things to ask for. Youmj Mnu Take Warning Alas, how prevalent are those distressing diseases ami weaknesses which make y mug men prematurely old, pale, listier.s, low spirited, languid, easily tired, forgetful and incapable; fill mad houses and sweli the lists of suicides; separate husbands and »\ivo?> ; bring untold suffering to millions, even until the third and fourth gem-rations. The afflicted will recognize only too plainly to what class of maladies we refer. A com plete and scientific treatise (sent only in plain sealed envelope) on receipt of ten cents, (the cost of postage,) if inclosed with this no'ice to World’s Dispensary Medics I Association. 603 Main street Buffalo, N. Y. A contributor to the Spirit thudv speaks of the progress of the Graded School: ‘‘Is the Charles Town Graded School in it ? Let us >co. One pupil is awarded the first Dern ore<t medal for elocution (an honor limited to few). Another contributes enigmas to the Harrisburg Telegram ; another t ikes a prize for a story in Employers' Guide, Ala bama; the same pupil sends M$S t » Young Folks Magazine, Ohio, which eo far over reaches the rules for competition that Hie is awarded an extra prize; another pupil aged nine, has been complimented by hav ing a MS. published in V. F. Magazine.— By the way, the wearers of badges of t..e C.G. S.are distinguishing then.selves ; tiny are not only all right at home, but ail right abroad.” Tiie school is under splendid management. Prof. Denny, with hia able corps «f teachers, are doing their whole duty. The school not only merits, but will obtsin unqualified -upport. —Advocate. Barrowell—What would you do if you were me? Huggins—Pay myself the $10 you owe me. Veicsj; .Votes. A few days ago a steer weighing within a | fraction of two tons was shipped to Phila delphia from Cumberland county, IV Col. Win. P. Thompson has been elected president of the Ohio River railroad to suc ceed his brother, the 'ate lamented George W. Thompson. Eight thousand barrel- of whi-kev wrre stolen from a North Carolina distillery.— The guardians of the ardent mu-t have in dulged in excessive potation A bill taxing corporation- that oblaiu charters io West Virginia and other States ! lias passed the New York Assembly. It is 1 a lid New York will gain ¥250,000 by the bill. Pendleton, Hardy :iud Grant counties are working earnestly to gel a railroad They | propose to give $1,000 for each mile the road ' goes through each county, to be paid alter ! the road is completed. John Uigelow, an actor, shot and killed Amy Thill, an actress, last Wednesday, in the furnished room of the woman's on West Twenty-fourth street, New York, and ilien turned the weapon, a revolver of large cali ber, to his own head and blew out Ins brains. This case is parallel to that of Gentry, who shot Madge York at Philadelphia a few weeks ago. Mrs. Sprague, daughter of the lata Fred Douglass, has appealed to the courts to pre vent any '‘wasteof the property” of her de ceased father. Lewis Douglass, her brother, who lius had charge of his father’s business and has ail the papers and details in his hands or at his command, thinks Mrs. Sprague had tin cause to suppose that there would bo any waste of the property any more there had been under his manage ment for years past. A lire last Thursday 1 stroyed forty-nine buildings in St Augustine, Florida. A large proportion of the burned buildings were homes of poor people. A number of busi ness houses were destroyed. &t. Augustine is the oldest town in the United States. * It was settled by the Spaniards under Menen* dez de Aviles in 1565. It was plundered by Sir Francis Drake in 1586, and was held by I the British from 1768 to 1783. It was ceded to tilt American*, who took possession in IS21 — tlie y.ar Tin: Free Press was born. A brick layer, in B.iltimore, who had ac cumulated $1,300 H -.d carried hi- wealth in ids hip-pocket wrapped in a handkerchief, ! a |Vw days ago 1 it on liis wav to church. He advertised it in the Sun, and the next day i' was returned to him by Mr. Thomas Harrison, who had fouu ! it in the neighbor hood of the church Mr. Harrison has been out ol employment for a long time One of the $100 bills was given ;«> him us a reward. He said In* had never owned no much mon ey a: one time bpb re, and that lor months he had not had a dollat at one time that be longed to him. 2’icj Llveti Sneed. air- Phoebe l'iiomas, ot Junction t.’ity, 111., was toid by her doctors the had Con sumption and Hint there was no hope lor her, but two bottles ot Hr. King’s New Discov er!’ c nip! leiv cured her and she says it sav ed her life .Mr. Thus. Eggcrs, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadlul cold, approaching Consumption, tried with out result everything else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally Ihnnklul It is such lesulD, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful effi cacy of this medicine in Coughs and Odds. Free trial bottles at Brown & HooflPa Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $100. snertvr*'tws-a*I'fxmrnrjs1 -• ■ mmi.nwnm FRAGILE, THIS, ASA A EL 1C ATE women find that Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pro scription builds up their strength. The makers take the risk of selling it on trial. If it doesn’t bene fit or cure, in the case of every afflicted woman, they’ll return her money. Nervous or General De bility, Dizziness, Faint ness.’Displacement, Inter nal intlainmation and Ul I ceration, Bearing - down Pains, and all womanly weaknesses or ail ments are cured by tbo “ Prescription." Abita Spring*. La. Dn. Ft. V. PiF.m’F.: Dear Sir—My wife suf fen d trom laceration or tnc worno una tnnatn mation —who was completely bod-ri<l<lcn and lingered about one ytsir at death’s door. Lo cal appllcatii ns .re tfivrn her and Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription: sho gradually regained Strength and conti racd to ao so until she re covered. I am convinced that any caso of womb disease can be certainly and perma nently cured b7 tho use of your remedies. Ati. Southern Exp. Co. New Goods at the West End received daily ami for sale by W. S. Merchant: Karlv Rose. (N. Y. Stile) seed potatoes, from $1 to $t 50 per buslml. Canned Goods—Tomatoes 7c. per can, and corn, 7c. per can. 4 for ?5e. Boston baked beans 10:. per can Five-lb cans apple butter, 35c per can. Canned Preserves—Pineapple.Peach,Quince, Ac., 25c. per can. Bice Cc and 8c. per lb. Elastic Starch 10c. per package 1 large'. One fourth pkg. nice blended l a for .V. for merly sold at 15c. Lemons 12c. end 2Uc per dozen. Fine onion sets fic. and 10c per «,t. Fine F'rencb prunes 10c per lb. Chewing tobacco 25c:. 30c. 40c. 50c. and H 00 per lb. Smoking tobacco 1 lb. pkg. for 25c. Raisins 5c and 10c. per lb. Axle grease !0c. per box. 8yrups 30c. 40c. and 50c. per gal. N O. molasses 50c |>ergal. Nice mackerel 5c each. ‘ Spot Cash” baking powder, 10c. per lb. Jellies in glasses 10c. per glass. French mustard in screw top glasses 10c.each. PIANOS* ORGANS A First-Class, Hisrh-Top ! Solid Black Walnut ORGAN with German Plate Glass Mirror For S35. Warranted for Six Years Putnam’s Music Stor e, Staunton, Va. — Sole Agent for the Cliickering & Sons Pianos. Write for Catalogue^ and Prices. March C, 05—1 vr. Wood Wanted. • — A few cords of good wood wanted at once. Mar. 27, 1395. EDITOR FREE PRESS. , Health Restored ALL RUN DOWN No Strength nor Energy Miserable IS XI1E extreme. Hands COVERED —with— - A! S O RES. I 1 CUREO BY USING Ayer’s Sarsaparilla “ Several years ago. my blood was In gj bad condition, my system all run dow n. g| and my general health very much lm- g: paired/ My bands were covered with . large sores/discharging all the time. I g: ban no strength nor energy and my ucl- g: ings were miserable In the £} 0= last. I commenced taking Ayr s bar*®" , parllla ami soon noticed a change for ine I etter. My appetite returned and wltn it. renewed strength. Encouraged by Qj these results, 1 kept on taking the Sar- - saparilla, till 1 hail used sU bottb-sjind g. my healtli was restored. —A. A. Towns, . prop. Harris House; Thompson. N. Dak. g; Ayer’So^Sarsaparilla | Admitted AT THE WORLD’S FAIR g| oooooo poop o o opo .op o_9..°.9.?.&j COACH FACTORY LIVEKY, Furniture Establishment, &c. THE undersigned having purchased the old es tablished Coach Factory oftbe late Wells J. Hawk*.in Charlestown, with the view of enter ing into the CARRIAGE BUSINESS, in allits branches.offersforsaie alergenuaber ! of New and Second-band I Carriages, Buggies, Jaggers, &c. I attbolowestpricesand upon tbe moitaccoaaio 1 dating terms. OLD VAtiUlAU lAAtj-y /.V B A UUA BUB FOR HE W. All Klud§ of llepnirs done with neatness and dispatch, andsatiifaction guaranteed. HORSES AN3 CARRIAGES yoB UIBK. In connection with the above I willcontinue the LIVERY* BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnirhCarriages, Buggies and Jaggersat the shorten notice. The above business will be under the su perintendence of Abram Sto nip. FURNITURE! I also oQ'er to the public alarge lot of Furni ture, comprising CHAIRS, TABLES( ExirmionandotKer) B ED STEADS, MATTRESSES, andall articles usual! j foucdin a Furniture Es tablishment. Old Furniture Repaired. UNDE RTAKIIV G. I wiilbeprepared in a short time to give mj special attention to the business of Undertaking. Being apracticai mechanic and determined to give satisfaction. I respectfully solicits share of public patronage. LEWIS STARRY. May 12, 1877. The Confectionery Store of GUSTAV BROWN Has an elegant assortment of Fresh and Fine Confect ions Candies of all kinds, and prices cheap. Have on hand Whitman’s Superio’Confection*. Bon lions, Chocolates and Fine Mixtures FllUITS AND NUTS. A large supply of Nuts, Uaisins, Citron Cur rants, Figs, Dates, Oran res, Lemons, Grapes and Bananas. WEDDING CAKES a Specialty, l’iaiu and Ornamental Cakes al ways on hand. TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY Such as Dolls, Games, Books, Toilet Sets, Va'-es, Cups and Saucers. Mugs, Rubber Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Tea Sets, Bisques, Baskets. Plush Goods, Wagons, Sleds, Y’eloc ipedes, Ac., Ac. Ice Cream and Oysters in Season, Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to merit a continuance, I am Respectfully. June 13. 1891 OUST A V BROWN. Baltimore, Chesapeake and At lantic Railway Company. (Consolidation of the Baltimore and Eastern Shore Railroad, and the Maryland, Chop tank and Eastern Shore Steamboat Companies.) Water and rail routes to Ocean City and aii points on the Ciicasapcakc Bay and Tributaries. FOR HEALTH. PLEASURE & BUSINESS. Unexcelled facilitie* for both passenger and freight traffic. Close con nection wit h the t ran k I i ne rail road, insuring convenience to the traveler, and the quick dispatch of nil freights. | Killeen commodious and handsomely fitted i out steamers. Comfortable state rooms. Good cuisine Polite attendance. Steamers leave Piers 3, 4 and 4J Light Street I wharf, Baltimore, as follows: 4.30 p. in. daily, except Sunday, transfer j steamer Cambridge, connection with the rail way division at Claiborne for St. Michaels, j Easton, Salisbury and Ocean City and all inter mediate points. j 8 p. m. daily, except Sunday, for Cambridge, | Denton and all points on the Choptank and Trod Avon rivers. 5p tu. every Monday. Wednesday and Fri day for Seaford, Dei , and intermediate land ings on the Nanticoke river. 5 p. m every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day for Salisbury and intermediate landings on the Wicomico river. 5 p. in. on every Tue3day, Thursday and Sunday from F reeport. Va . and intermediate landings on the Western Shore of Virginia and Plankatank River Line. 5 p in. every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day for Eubanks and points on the Great Wi comico river. Dividing. Ir.oian, Dynier s and Antepoison creeks Steamers leave from foot of South -treet as 1 follows l j | 5.30 p in. every Tuesday and F'riday forSnow i Hill and intermediate points on the Pocomoke i River Line. 5.30 p.nv on every Wednesday for Fords, crulieid. Messongo and intermediate points ou the Messongo River Line. 5 30 p m. every Sunday for Fords, Crisfield Rues and intermediate points an the Ocrohan nock River Line. For vchedales, maps and other information I ^ write to B. L. F LEM ING, Gen. F'rt.A Pass Act. ,ri. 302 Light8t.. Baltimore. Md. ' ILLALB THOMSON. Gen'l Manager 241 South St., Baltimore. Md. March 20, U9S. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Time Table in Effect January 6th, Isas. NORTHWARD. 420 408 4M 444 4^ Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass, Mix. Rij A.M. A M P.M Zm pi Lexington— Lv 5 15 \ 1 SO 11 10 Staunton- “ 7 04 3 1G P.M Harrisonburg— " ' 8 lOj 4 25 7 35 4 30 Ml. Jackson— “ 9 09 5 34 9 23 6 15 Woodstock— “ t 9 85 6 02 10 17 7 04 Strasburg— “ 10 04- C 34 11 06 7 50 Capon Road— “ 10 13 0 43 11 31 x 04 Winchester— “ C 00,10 50 7 32 A.M 9 14 Charlestown— “ 6 46 11 47 [ 8 21 2 12 1040 Harter’s Ferry Ar 7 08 P.M.| 8 46 2 50 liao Washington- “ i 9 20 2 10 10 50 Baltimore— “ 10 40 3 15 A M. Philadelphia— “ 12 65 ( 6 08 3 30. New York — " 3 (-0 8 25 6 52 Trains No. 420. 408. 414 and 444 are daily ex cepi Sunday ; Train No. 450 runs Sunday only. Additional mixed train leaves Charlestown 4.23 p. m., and arrive at Harper's Ferry at 5.14 p. m. ex. Sunday. SOUTHWARD. 405 419 413 491 449 Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass. Mix Mjr JLM.'P.M. A.M AM I* New York Lv| Philadelphia— 1 8 15 1 35 Baltimore— “ 10 Hl 4 20i 4 00 Washington— “ 11 25 5 30 HartKir's Ferry “ P.M. 7 51 8 00 8 05 7 5i Charlestown— “ | 1 55 8 21 8 24 8 34 8 43 Winchester— “ 2 4' 9 12 9 16 1130 10 1C Capon Road- “ 3 31 10 00 1 14 11 >. Strasburg- “ 3 40 10 16 1 25 11 y Woodstock- “ 4 09 10 47 3 00 P.M Ml. Jackson- “ 4 36 11 18 4 09 m Harrisonburg— “ 5 M; 12 30 6 38 3 00 Staunton— 7 05 1 5^ Lexington— Ar. 8 52 B Trains No. 405, 419, 413 and 491 are daily ex cept Sunday; Train No. 449 runs Sunday only. Additional mixed train leaves southward »: 3.56 a. m. and arrive at Harrisonburg at 10 5; 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. Dtidrow, Traveling Passenger Agent, Winchester, Va. , Pullman PalnceSleepingCarsarenintbrougt to Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and Pittsburg on all express trains. R. B. CAMPBELL. General Manager. CHAS. G. SCULL. Gen'l Passenger Agent. Jan. 23. 1895. NorfolkiWesternRB Schedule In EQect Xov, is, iSfU. LEAVE CHARLESTOWN, W. VA.. 1»AIl.V -SOUTHBOUNH No. 3. No. 27. I 8,42 a.m. 6.37 p. bi -NORTHBOUND No. 4. No- 2» 7.32 p. m. tt.50 «. m. ‘'Washington and Chattunooga Limited Pullman Bleepers and Coaches, leave Shenan doah Junction daily 1.25 a in. for Roanoke, Knoxville. Chattanooga. Memphis, Birming ham, Meridan. Now Orleans. Connection for Florida, Texas ami all southern points. No. 3 for Roanoke. Radford, Pulaski, Uristo. Knoxville, Chattanooga connects at Roanoke 4 20 p. in., with the Chicago express for Blue field, Kenova, Columbus, Chicago and sll points west. Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Col umbus, and Radford to Chattanooga. No. 1 leaves Roanoke 7.20 a. ni. for all local stations Roanoke to Bristol and Bluefield to Pocahontas. No. 27 for Blieiiamloah and intermedia!* stations. No connection beyond. No. 4 for Washington, Hagerstown, Harri» bnrg, Philadelphia and New York. No 28 for Washington (via Shenandoah Junction), Hagerstown, Harrisburg and Ne» York. For tickets, time cards and all information call on agent Norfolk & Western R. R. W. B. BKVILL, Gen. Pass. Agt., Roanoke, V* Nov. 18. 1804. Tho*. C. Karnsliaw. B. Frank Dooley EARNSHAW& DOOLEY. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA., I’EW.KRS 131 C’ookinir & Heating JStove and Ranges. Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Repairing promptly attended to. Roofing and Spouting » Specialty. We don't use small tin and we waut evtrjr jody to know it. The reason why we don't»» liat if you have small tin put on your roof he more seams you will have and the more eaks will be in your roof. Call on us and we will prove to you that large tin is the b«t to <ut on your roof. Our work in the past is our ■ecommendation. June 18,18!.M. KARNSHAW St DOOLEY LEWIS BELL, TONSORIAI a * ARTIST, MARTIX8BURG, W. VA. Best equipped Parlor in the State. Nob* >ut the best workmen employed. Polite at ention given customers. A tine bath room ittached. Hot and cold baths at all times at easonable prices. QUEEN STREET. Next door to Snodgrass'* Drag Store. Sept. 5, 1W1-1 yr. C. W. TAYLOR, douse, Sign and Fresco Painter Aha PAPER-HANGER AND GRAINER Charlestown. Jeff. Co.. W. Va. February 4. 1891.