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AISQUITH & CO.,
pharmacists. dkalkrsik Drags, Proprietary Mediomes, Pure Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Py* Stuffs, Fancy Hair and Tooth Brushes, Fine Toilet Soaps* Oembs a full line of Domestic and Foreign Perfumes, Trusses, and Shoulder Braces, tine •eeerunent of Stationery and School Books. Physicians’ Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours. Court-House Square, Charles Town. March 14,1*M. FRUIT HILL NURSERY, •berlsstewn, Jsfforson Coanty, West Virginia. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Flower and Vegetable PLANTS. Shrubbery,* e. fill! K tubscribtrs call atten lien to the great*a [_ rlety ofTrtes, PlaaU, Vines,Roses, at tbeir' Fruit Hill Nursery, sad »r.g rattled to be conscious o fharingejtook ... . .11 w . them. Tber wlllnetundertaketo present in this sdrsrtise ■ snt a catalogue of stock on band,but wt.lb* seals*t to g'ssralixe. hoping that onr peoplewill e*U*ndsesforthein*e!vesthat the necessity'or sssdiag abroad for Trees,Shrubbery,dc.,uoljn geresists. Wehate 10,000 Apple Tree*—choice varieties OOO Peach Tree*, Strawberry Asptrsgus Roots, Green House and Bedding Plant* Onbbag*. Ton a to. Egg .Cauliflower ana Sweet Potato, allfor tale Cheap for Ca»b. April IS, 1976—tf. HOPKINS A CO. New Goods at the West End received daily and for sale by \V. S. Merchant : Karlv Rose, IS. Y.Stxtr seed potatoes, front |1 to It 50 per bushel. Canned Goods—Tomatoes 7c. per can. anti •orn, 7c. per can, 4 for 25c. Boston baked beans 10c. per ran. Five-lb can* apple butter, d-v. per can. Canned Preserves—Pineapple,Peach,Qutnce, Ae.. 25c. per run. Rice $c. and 8c per lb. Elastic Starch 10c. per package large . One-fourth pkg. nice blended tea for -V. for merly sold at 15c. Lemons 12c. and 20c. per dozen. Fine onion sets 8c. and "*c. per qt. Fine French prunes 1ft:. . er lb. Chewing tobacco 25c. »)C. 40c. 50c. ami 11.00 per lb. 8moking tobacco 1 lb. pkg. tor 2V. Raisins 5c. and 10c. per lb. Axle grease 10c. per box. Syrups ,10c. 40c. and .X»c. per gal. K. 0. mola-ses 50c. i>er gal. Nice mackerel 5c. each. *‘Sj>oi Cash" baking powder. 10c. per U>. Jellies in glasses 10c. per glass. French mustard in screw top glasses lOc.each. PIANOS: ORGANS A First-Class*, Hijrh-Top Nolid Black Walnut ORGAN with German Plate Glass Mirror For $35. Warranted tor Six Years* Putnam’s Musie Store,Staunton, Ya. Sole Agent for the Ohickering tV: Sons Pianos. Write for Catalogues and Price*. March 0, ’95—1 vr. BARK WANTED. The (Teo. Campbell Co. will, a* usual, pay the highest market prices for AEL KIN1 >S OF HARK. delivered either by wagon at their mill or in ear loads at any station on the It. A O., N. A W.. orC. V. r! K.'s this season. CHESTS IT, SPANISH. RED. WHITE AND BLACK OAK AND HEMLOCK BARKS WANTED. For quotation* address. vs .M. i AM i unu.. .uauagri, t harles Town. Jefferson Co., W. \ a. April 24. 1*06. One pound bag Smoking Tob.u-oo i'*r 2Ue at C. I). EBY 3. New Citron and Kaisin* a? low prices at t. L\ EBY 3, Hooff building. Gelatin. Puddine. Corn Starch, etc., at C. D. KBY S. Hooff building. New Hominy Beans, I’ea- Oatmeal Ac., at C. 1). KBY 3. Hooff building Just received a new line of tinware which will sell at new tariff prices, at C. 1*. EBY S, Hooff building. Arbuckh s. Levering sand Enterprise(.oBev. also Mexican Coffee, witli each package ot which is g.veu a silver-plated teaspoon, an i the purchaser is entitlevl to gue*- at the nuiu her to get a handsome diver sugar bowl and spoon holder, free, at 0. P. EBY 3 Hood building. Handsome steel engraving with frame, cheap, at C. D. EBY 3. Hooff building. A. (i. YNKOOP, Successor to W YNKOOP, WALTER A CO.. HEAL ESTATE AND STOCKS, Charles Town, West Va. OFFICE IN REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE! BUILDING, A. G. Wvsxoor. President'. Opposite Charlestown Mining. Manufacturing j and Improvement Co.'s Office. REFERENCES . -The Management of all the ' Land Companies, the Circuit and County j Clerks and the Bank of Charlestown. June 24, lt>91. Barber Shop. Hair Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing in ( the bast style at the Watson Hou^e fonsori&l Annex by the undersigned. I have just re aioved into a new room specially set apart 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. 13, 1391. GEORGE TRAVIS. Paint. IF you are going to paint your house, you will find it to your advantage to call and tee our stock of Paints. The brand we are car rying this year is Our Own Goods, a strictly aura Linseed Oil and Lead Paint that sells for |l.50 per gallon. Our own Guarantee will be given to insure its Purity. Also, Roofing and Fencing Paint, at 31.00 per gallon. April 23. '90. AISQUITH A CO. Heuicuiber Hincbman's when you want matting or carpet, window shades or curtain 4>olee. * ffTOCST 8CBULT*. F. L- Tf Painter. anuth* New Carriage Factory, Charlestown, Jefferson County, W- J a. 11 r E the undersigned have entered into a Co W Partnership for the purpose of Manufac j taring and Repairing CARRIAGES, BUGGIES PHJSTOS& DA YTOS ASD OTHER PLEAS URE WAG OSS, ft urine W i-’ons. Dog Carts, Sulkies, Sleighs, Ac. f^iLenyfeas can be done anywhere tu the Union at moderate prices. Being practical mechaliics we will be enabled to do all work on correct, systematic principles, thereby pro ducing work, durable and handsome. REPAIR WORK A SPECiALfY We have secured the sendees of Mr. * hoe Ryan, so favorably kuowu for years in co'^ow Si with Maj. Hawks' Factory, to execute tht woodworlk oil our nwnuf&cturts* Hopmgto receive, fair sha« of your £»» agp, we pledge ourselves to gr?e you v» ue rc SCHULTE A - -DN-F.UX. pa*Shops on Blootnery Turn ket2 Square* from Mam St. May 21, 188^-tf. I9H dollars % $ J per month li, your Own Locality na.le easily ami honorably, without capi tal, tin ring vour spare hours. Any man. woman, boy, or girl can do thework band it v, w itlioiit experience. Talking un necessary. Nothing Ilk** It fitt imuict making ever offered before. Our w orkers aiwavs prosper. No time waited in learning the business. We teach yon in si iilxht how succwi 11win ««»i hour ^ *u ran make a trial without ex yourself. AVc start you, t*urm>!i ,.v r\thing needed to carry on tin. Lnsi ,»• -s successfully, and guarantee )«*<• agaiust failure if you but follow out simple, plain Instructions. Reader. it you ito in luted of ready money, ami want to know all about the best payinti ..-i:eliefore the jwibli , s* ntl it' > •" r ml ii >. ;• d we will mall 3 dm u ui nt citing you all tlw> parti- filnt-. TRUE & CO.. 0ox400, Augusta, Maine. REAMER’S HOWARD HOUSE Howard and Baltimore Streets. Baltimore, Md. To my old Patrons and the Traveling Public. Having had a very liberal share of the pub lic patronage during the past live years I felt encouraged to re-lease the Howard Home for a term of years, and have at great expense refurnished and refitted the hotel front top to bottom. Ant better prepared than ever to accommo date the public. Mv aim will be to give hr»t class ao >mmodatious at 00 per day. boun* try* Merchants r.nd Commercial Travelers will find it the most centrally located hotel in the citv Respectfully, JAMES REAMER, Jan. 9, IWi Proprietor. rxx XXX-XXXXXXX'X3KEPg33CgftgW "Threshers, I Morse Powers, Traction, Port- B H able and Stationary Engines, M £|Urindlng.Mills, Automatic^ m Stackers, and Farm Machinery, ft H Write or call. K 2 L. SPENCE A SON. .Martin’s Ferry. 0. fc (Cl I rXXXSMfflHHEESfflK H5ST r. L. Seller CONTRACTCR&BUILDER OFFERS his services and will vigorously pr-ecute 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 his prices will compare fa vorably with the most reasonable. Those de siring to build or improve should give hint a call. Jan. 7, ISS6. Sh/n ing, Shampooing anil iiitir-l'uftiMg Parlor, NORTH CHARLES STREET NEXT TO BACKET STORE. The undersigned prosecutes the above busi ness in an artistic manner and guarantees sat isfaction. Cleanliness and neatness is observ ed, and courteous and prompt attention given to all callers. The patronage of Ladies and Children is re spectfully solicited. May 1st*.;. CHARLES H. SMITH. CARTER HOUSE, CHAKLES-TOWN. W. YA. Located in the Central Part of the City, stpei ial Attention Given Commercial Travelers. \VM. 11. CAMERON'. Proprietor. First-Class Livery Attached to the Hotel. TERMS. Meals 50 cents ; board per day. j-; t'uaiu i '» i1’ * > - •« $2J>; table board, $lt>. Sept -7, 189G. Hog and Poultry Remedy. I am handling Dr. Jus. Haas' Hog and Poul try Remedy, which will put your hop iti tirst das» condition will-top cough and regulate the bowels ; will arrest disease; will destroy worms is a thorough preventive. Hogs treat ed with it will gain two or more pounds whilst others a v gaining one. It is highly recom mend, d to do what it i- represented to do.— Try it. May 11, iv.<2. W. S. MERCHANT. M. Scott Weller. GEN KRAI-MACHINIST. Patentee and Mannfa turer of Weller s Patent Iron Cellar Doors, t’barU-Town. Jefferson County. West Ya. Wheat Bought. 1 am prepared to clean wheat at tuv Elcva ; >; 1 ' 1 ; « re. . ■ WHEAT IN THE ROUGH OH CLEANED. 1 will receive cleaned wheat at all depots in the county. Will be glad to make an oiler for any Grain, Hav or Seeds vou mav have to sell. It. (’. WASHINGTON. Ag(. July 19, 1*93. Feed at Retail. Delivered promptly. Ear Corn. Oats. Chop, Bran. Corn andCob ground. Baled Hay, Chick en Feed, Ac., at Coal and Wood Yard. B.C WASHINGTON. Agent. May 1S92. Oysters. Oysters by the gallon, quart or pint,or serv ed in Oyster Parlor. Received fresh every d» y during the sea-on. Nov. 8,1891. GUSTAV BROWN. | ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPWJU. CIGARETTE Has stood the Test ol Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED •■ --I- ~ -'.VifcMeWAaungi ran BBI l_ I DO NOT WANT to give you a chill talking about spring clothing but I 130 WANT to post you on the prices of SPUING CLOTHING before von are misled by some of the educated clothing talkers traveling tnrougp inecuumry whose salary and expenses the buyer must pay. Owing to the great rush at the Bond House to takeout the foreign goods I will not have my full assortment of SPRING AND SOMMER SUITINGS before February 2,’>. After that date 1 will be able to display one of the Largest Assortments of Spring and Summer Goods ever exhibited in the Valley. Call and get correct styles and prices. ’ Yours respectfully, Feb. 20. lSDo. J. F. REININGER. W. L. Douglas $£•5 ISTHE BEST. NO SQUEAKING. *5. CORDOVAN, rRiWCH A.ENAMELLED CALF ,4.t3«FlNECAlf&IMAM ♦ 3.5? police, 3 Soles. os<i>2. workingmfnc ^ EXTRA FINE. *2.’I7-5BOYSSCHOOLSHDE3. •LADIES* ^*9***2 *1 Zf j3.-2-B^?0NSot< SEND FOR CATALOGUE 1 VV*L*DOUGLAS, - --- BROCKTON. MASS. Vou ran save money by purchn'inc b. t„ Douulaa sliui!*, Because, we ure the ti.rpvst manure,cturers of advert:-e l shoe* In the world, end cirnuntee the valueby -• imping the name ana price on i jron ' -l> till-, n. r. •• in - profits. Ourshoe* I :i: 1 c: • mi ' .in style, easy fitting and. WJ ;ini» ijsntili' We have tin in sohl every. V In !< m )| r J.rtrr ■ lor the v due g»v< n than any other make. Take no substitute. It your dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by Burns & Shugert. Still Aiiead. 1HAYE a very full stock of Groceries—con .* sitting of Flour, Meal, Canned Goods, Teas, Coffees, Syrups, Molla-ses, Soaps, Pickles, Salt Fish, etc., etc. I make a specialty of the best N. 0. Moll asses. The best brands of Tobacco and Cigars always on hand MEATS. luconnection with my grocery 1 keepalirst class Meat Shop, uud can supply my customers with the choicest meats. 1 have the very best home-made and Baltimore mince meat. Fresh Bologna Sausage on hand. Thanking my patrons for theit kind treat ment in the past I solicit a continuance of the same. Respectfully, Deo. 1tsvj. ‘ \Y. S. MERCHANT. C. F. WALL, Dealer and Commission Merchant -in all kinds of LIVE STOCK. Highest market price at all times for ALL KINDS OF FAT STOCK. I -hip every few days the year around, stock Steers, Fresh Cows, Stock Bulls, Stock Hogs, Brood Sows and Sheep bought and sold at my iron; Court-House. Highest Prioe lor Wool. Feb. 14. 1894. The Confectionery Store of GUSTAV BROWN Has an elegant assortment of Freshiu i< 1 line C 'on left ions Candies of ail kinds, and prices cheap. Have on hand Whitman’s .Superior Confections, Bor. Bons. Chocolates and Fine Mixtures. FRUITS AND NUTS. A large supply of Nuts. Raisins. Citron Cur rants, Figs. Dates. 0ranees. Lemons, Grapes and Bananas. WEDDING CAKES a Specialty. Plain and Ornamental Cakes al ways on hand. TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY Such as Dolls, Games, Books, Toilet Sets, Va^es, Cups ami Saucers. Mugs, Rubber Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Tea >• ts. Bisques, Baskets, Plush Good*. U’agons, Sleds, Veloc ipedes, Ac., &£. Ice Cream and Oysters in Season, Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to merit a continuance, l ant Respect fullr, June 13. 18tu GUSTAV BROWN. Notice to Taxpayers Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the resolution of the Town Council passed the 2lst day of September, 1894. and continuously published in the town papers, if taxes are not paid by the 20th of January, 180.1, 6 per cent, interest will be charged thereon. MASON E. YOUNG, Dec.? 1891 Collector. cfceand Xrurnlgia cured t\ Dr Ml PAIN TILL?, Ono cent a acit" I fWjjinia .free fress. Humorous. She had a lovely ucck, And everybody said— Who, indeed, might doubt it ? That that's what turned her head. What sort of a girl is she—brunette ?” ( “No she's a chemical blonde. “I think Blitbus must' go into very low society.” “Why ?” “He has been best man at no less than 12 weddings.” She—Tell ine; when you were iu the army were you cool in the hour of daugcr. He—Cool? I actually shivered! May—I liear that Mr. Nendick had a tragedy iu his life. Jess—Yes. Hegoteu gaged to a girl at the seaside and she held him to his promise. "Will you have the chicken dressed?’ asked the poulterer. “No,” replied Mrs. Hunuimune; “you may send it to me—er —in the—altogether." The question whether or not it is proper for a bycicle girl to wear bloomers is easily answered. She ought yever to wear them uulcss she is built that way. Little Boy—Papa, what is an inventory’ Papa—He is a man who invents something that everybody else manufactures, and then spends all his money trying to stop them. Inquisitive Party (wishing to show off)— What are you going fo do with those wild flowers, dirty little boy ? The Dirty Little Boy—Take 'em home and tame ’em ’ What ye think? Pastor--It would surprise you to know how much couufeit money we receive iu the contribution boxes in the course of a year. Thoughtless Friend—I suppose so. Hon do you manage to work it all off? Husband (after the battle)—Bah! to think there was ever a time when I deemed you an angel! Wife—Aud you don’t think .. -.1 If.. 1_1 . I om f/ili.K ly anticipating the time when you shall be: come one. Slobs—What did you think of the opera last night ? Didn’t you admire that bravura passage, with pizzicato and npprogiatura embellishments * Blobba—Didn’t see it.— Tnere were only feathers and flowers on the one front of me. Sue—1 am afraid papa was very angry when you asked him for me, wasn’t he, Jack, h»ve? Jack—Not at all. He asked if I knew any more respectable young men who would be likely to marry your five sis ters, if properly coaxed. "The peculiar thing about this boa con strictor, ladies and gents," said the keeper, "is that it requires a young chicken about ouce a week. It is not dangerous except when hungry. It is very particular about what it eats, ladies and gents, and tfiat young man that's smoking a cigarette can approach the cage with perfect impunity,— It won’t touch him. .1 Hood Deal of Wasted Time. We confess.to have read Harvey’s “Coin’s Financial School," Horace White’s "Coiu’s Financial Fool," in reply to it, and much other mattter on both sides of the lUnrial question. Much of this reading went, as do the contents of the books away back into archaic depths about the origin of money, when this dollar or that became the unit, the amount of the world’s production, and all that sort of thing. In this we wasted much valuable time and so will those of our readers who undertake it. It does not mat ter to-day oue penny which dollar was the unit, any more than it matters who signed the Declaration of Independence first. The question we have to settle is not one of an tiquity, it is one of to-day. It is whether the commercial world would join the United States in establishing bimeiali-m If it will, we’ll have it in spite of all the historic pre cedents of the ages. If it will not, and we try it by ourselves, we will walk right into a panic and hard times to which the ruin of 1890-94 was prosperity itself, in spite of “Coin’s Financial School" or any otherschool that ever was invented. And there you have it !—Staunton Vindicator. The Democratic Party. Our party is the party of the people, not because it is wafted hither and thither by every sudden wave of popular excitement and misconception, but because, while it tests every proposition by the doctrines which underlie it- organization, it insists that all interests should be defended in the administration of the government, without especial favor or discrimination. Our party is the party of the people, be cause in its care of the welfare of our coun trymen it rt pists dangerous schemes of dis content, advocated by appeals to sectional or cla-s prejudices and reinforced by the in- < sidious aid of private selfishness and cupid ity. Above all, our party i* the party of the people when it recognizes the fact that sound and absolutely •‘ate money is the life blood of our country’s strength and prosper ity and when it teaches that none of our fel low-citizens, rich or poor, great or humble, ted curreucy.—Grover Cleveland. According to Chauncey Depew “there are 400,000 miles o! railroad in the world, of v;hich 180,000 are in the United States Of the 1,400,000,Ouv tuns ctrried 100 mile* ast year on the railways of the world, £00,000,* 000 tons were carried on the railways of the United States. This traffic is carried by the American railway* at an average of S mills per mile, while the railroads of lireaf Britain charge 2 cents and 8 mills; 1 ranee 2 cents and 2 mill* ; the government owned roads of Uermany, 2 cents and 0 mills; of Italy 2 cents anti 5 mill*, and of itussia 2 cent-and 4 mills.’’ Mr. Depew also sJ.y* that the United State* is a debtor, national, municipal, railway and individual, to the extent of about >H,000,000,000. Of this slim one-third h held abroad.— DUpalch. Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria* Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria. i HIRTY roars’ ojgervatton of Castoriajrithjjio patronage of milliosn of persons. permit ns to epeah of it without goesalnn It Is nnqnestionably the_bost_reinedyfbr Infants and Children th® world has ever known. It la harmless. Childrwjjl* jjires them health. It will save their lives. In It Mothers have nojwhirh la absolntoly safe and practically perfect aa^ child’s medicine. Castoria destroy Worms. Castoria nllays Feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Card. Castoria cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves Teething Troubles. Cnstori." euros Constipation and Flatulency. Castoria neutral isos the effocta of carhonio acid gas or poisonous nir. Castoria docs not contain morphine, opium.orother narcotic property. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and how els, giving hoalthy and natural^sleep. Castoria is pet np in one-sire hottlo* only, ft is not ..old in bn')-. Don’t allow any one to soil yen anything d»c ra tho pleo or promise that it is “jnst as good” and **will anssro*. ' -cry purpose.” Seo that you get C" A--S ‘T-O-R-I-A. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. I / spUTM IMP l \ Lahti a In lib ? I CURES HEALS J Colic, £uts- $ Cramps, Burns, j Diarrhoea, Bruises. 4 Flux, Scratches, > Cholera jpites ?f . $ Morbus, Animals and £ Nausea, Bugs, etc, t Changes Of Tastes Good. ^ Water, etc. Smells Good. J -- - - BREAKS UP A J3LD.--$ Sclc £veeyw:ifae—25c aad 50c Pea Bottle. Ho Belief, No Pay. 4 HHRIS JVinDlw" — CO. [Former!)- of \V<- i • i:. V.. \ n.l SPRINOFIELD, O. m COACH FACTORY LIVERY. Furniture Establishment. &c. rpHE undersigned having purchased the old es t tablisbed Coaeb Factory oftbe lain Wells.f. Hawks,in Charlestown, with the view of enter ing into the CARRIAGE BUSINESS, in allita branches, offers forsale a large number of New and Second-hand Carriages, Buggies, Jaggers, &c. at the lowest prices and upon the most accommo dating terms. OLD CAR HI AG ES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW. All Kinds of Repairs done with neatness and dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOB HIRE. Inconnection with the above I willcontinue the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnish Carriages, Baggies and Jaggers a. the shortest notice. The above business will be under the su perintendence of Abram Stump. FURNITURE! 1 also offer to the public a large lot of Furni ture, comprising CHAIRS, TA BLES( Esteniio-iaudotktr) BED STEADS, MA TTRESSES, and all articles usually found in a Furniture Es tablishment. Old Furniture Repaired. UNDERTAKING. I willbe prepared in a sborttime to giro my specialattention to the businessof Undertaking. Being a practical mechanic and determined to givesatisfaction, I respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. LEWIS STARRY. May la, 1877. Notice. Be il enacted by the Common Council of the Coq,oration of Charles Town Section 1—That no foreign insurance com panv shall transact the regular business ol such companies within the corporate limit* without paying into the treasury of the cor poration of Churles Town, on or before the 1st day of May in each year, a license tax of $5. Section 2—That no non-resident, or traveling agent, salesman, or canvasser, shall sell, or contract to sell, sewing machines, organs, pi anos, or other musical instruments, within these corporate limits, without tir-t paying into the treasury of the said corporation of Charles Town, on or before the 1st day of May, a license tax of $5. No license under this sec tion shall be granted for less than a year. Section For any violation of either sec tion of this ordinance a tine shall he imposed of not less than #1.00 nor more than slO 00. Passed April 15, 1H05. Pianos and Organs. If you want a lirst-cla»3 Piano or Or^an, Fully Warranted in all Respects, Boxed and Snipped from the Fctory Direct, call on or write me a postal. 1 yill TAKE YOUR OR DER and at Prices and Terms to suit you.— You will not be compelled to keep the instru ment we send you if not satisfactory. STIEFF PIANOS. NEW YORK PIANO* MOLLER ORGANS. Catalogues at No. 5 Mildred Street. J. H. NOLAND, April 17. 1S«5. Resident Agent. Notice. All parties having insurance in our Agency aud making a change in their residence, and al*o all property owners having vacant build ings will please advise us promptly, so that proper alterations may be made in their poli cies. WASHINGTON A ALEXANDER April .1,1S!>5. Baltimore, Chesapeake and At lantic Railway Company. Water ami rail routes to Ocean Citv and all points on ilic Chcasapeake Hay FOR HEALTH. PLEASURE & BUSINESS. Unexcelled facilities for Loth passenger and freight traffic. Close connection with the trunk line railroad, insuring convenience to the traveler, and the quick dispatch of all freights. Fifteen commodious and handsomely lif ted out steamers. Comfortable state rooms. Rood ; cuisine. Polite attendance. Steamers leave Piers 3, A and 41 Light Street wharf, Baltimore, as follows: RAILWAY DIVISION.-*! a. m. and 4 p.m. daily, except Sunday, for Claiborne and sta tion’s to Ocean City. Returning leave Ocean City at G.45 a. ni. and 5 p m. daily, except Sunday, arriving in Baltimore at 1.35 p. in. and 11.35 p. m. CIIOPTANK RIVER LINE.-8 p. in. daily, except Sunday, for Easton, Oxford,Cambridge, and landings to Denton. Returning leave Denton at 12 30 p. in. daily, except Saturday, Cambridge, 6 p. m.; Oxford, 7.30 p. m.; Easton, , 9.80 p m. urriving in Baltimore at 5. ni. WICOMIKO RIVER LINE.—5 p. m. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for Win gates Point, Deal's Island and Landings to 1 Salisbury. Returning leave Salisbury at 12 o'clock, noon, every Monday, Wednesday and Fridav. Arriving at Baltimore at 5. a. in. NANTICOKE RIVER LINE -5 p. m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for Deal's Is land and landings toSeaford, Del. Returning leave Seaford at 12 o'clock, noon, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving in Baltimore at a a. m. GREAT WIKOMICO RIVER LINE.—6 p. in. every Tuesilay, Thursday and Saturday for Great Wicomico River, Dividing, Indian, Dy mer's and Antepoison Creeks, Saturday trip ex tended to Jackson’s Creek, Criciet Hill, Callis tiiid Fitcbetts. Returning leave Eubanks at 1 p. in. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1 arriving in Baltimore at 5 a. m. PIANKATANK RIVER LINE-5 p. in. ev ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday for Jack son's, Piankatank River and Milford Haven. Returning leave Freeport at 12o'k noon every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving in Baltimore at 5 a. m. Steamers from South street Pier: POCOMOKERIVER I,INE.-d.30p.m.every Tuesday and Friday for Crisfield, Tangier Is j land, Onancock and landings to I’ocomoke City and Snow Hill. Retnrning leave Snow Hill at G a. m., Crislield G p m.. every Monday and Thursday, arriving in Baltimore at6 a. m. M ESHONGO RIVER LI N K.—'i.3i0 p. in. every Monday and Thursday for Fords, Crislield, Finneys. Onancock, C’hesconeseex, Hunting Creek and Me^songo. Returning leave Mes songo every Wednesday and Saturday at G a. m, Crisfield G p. m., arriving in Baltimore at 5 a. in. OCCOHANNOCK RIVER LINE.—0.30 p. m. every Weddesday and Sunday for Crislield, Harborton, Evans, Boge-. Cedar View. Nandua. Concord, Read’s, Davis’, Shields. Rues. Re turning leave Rues erery Tuesday and Friday at 8 30 a. m., Crisfield 6 p. m., arriving in Bal timore at 5 a. m. B. L. FLEMING. Geu.Frt. A Pass. Azt. WI LLARD THOMSON, Gen'l Manager Ticket office 133 East Haiti more street ARTHUR W. ROBSON. Agent. • I8ic». Baltimore, Md. Fertilizers for Season of 1894. The Fertilizers heretofore sold by W. F. &. T. P. Lippitt are again offered to the farmer? of Jefferson and the neighboring counties.— Only materials of ihe highest grade are used in their manufacture. Amiuoniates are pro cured direct from the West; chemicals from importers. Their preparation and sale is un der the immediate charge of Dr. W. F. Lippitt. Drilling qualities unsurpassed. Analysis fully up to and above guarantee. Quality 'believed to be unsurpassed by any In the market. Private mixtures of any kind piepared promptly and ac;urately. Aug. I, MM W. F. LIPPITT. C. W. TAYLOR, House, Sign and Fresco Painter AKD PAPER-HANGER AND GRAINER. Charlestown, Jeff. Co., W. Va. . February 4, 1831. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Time Table in effect May 12th, 1895, until fur. ther notice. "NORTHBOUND? 120’ 40. Stations. Pass. Pas. Pass. Lt Lexington. 6 00am 2 00pm Staunton. 7 48am 3 47pm Harrisonburg.. 8 52am 4 53pm New Market.... 9 35atn 5 43pm Mt. Jackson.... 9 51am 6 01pm Woodstock. 10 18am 6 2:4pm Strasburg. 10 48am 7 02pm Capon Road.... 10 57am 7 llpm Middletown.... 11 12am 7 27pm Winchester. 0 00am 11 43am 8 00pm Stephenson. C 09am II 53am 8 11pm Chables Tows. 6 46am 12 31pm 8 51pm Ar Harper’s Ferry 7 08am; 12 58pm 9 15pm Washington ... 9 20am 2 53pm 11 25pm Baltimore. 10 40am 3 50pm 12 45am Philadelphia... 12 55pm 6 08pm 3 50am New York Mixed Trains Nos. 444 and 490 leave Charles Town at 2.12 a. in. and 4.23 p. m., stoppiogat all stations, and arriving at Harper's Ferry at 2.50 a. m. and 5.14 p. in. On Sunday mixed train leaves at 10.40 p. m. and arrives at Harper's Ferry 11.20. SOUTHBOUND: 413 405- 419 Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass. Lv New York. 12 16am 11 30ait Philadelphia... 7 55am 1 35pm Baltimore. 4 00am 10 15am 4 20pm Washington.... 11 30aui 5 30pm Harper’s Ferry 8 00am 1 30pm 7 55pm Chabi.es Town. 8 24am 1 55pm 8 19pm Stephenson. 9 02am 2 33pm 9 00pm Winchester .... 9 16am 2 48pm 9 10jmi Middletown.... 9 45am 3 16pm Ar Capon Road.... 10 OOam 3 3lj>m Sirasbnrg. 10 09nm 3 40pm Woodstock. 10 47am 4 09pm Mt. Jackson.... 11 18am 4 36piu New Market.... 11 36am 4 53pm Harrisonburg..! 12 23pm 5 48pm Staunton.j 1 63pm 7 05pm Islington » 3 61pm 8 52pm Mixed Trains Nos. 443 and 491 leave Charles Town at 3.56 a. m. and 8.54 a. m., and arrive at Harrisonburg at 10.50 a. m. and 6.38 p. m. On 8unday mixed train leaves at 8.4? a. m. and arrive at Harrisonburg at 3.00 p. m. •Daily except Sunday. CONNECTIONS. Train 408 connects at Harper's Ferry with Fast Limited Express train leaving at 1.05 p.ui. arriving at Pittsburg 8 45 p. m and at Chicago 11.05 a.m., next morning with train leaving at 6.19 p. m. arriving at Cincinnati at 7.45 a.m. c. I,...:. >:min ... ....1 ..........I „. U'.u.pIm, with train arriving nt Hagerstown at 2.11 p.m. ami at Washington Junction with train arriv ing at Fredf rick at 1.55 p. in. Train 410 connects with Fast Vestibule train at Harper's Ferry at 9.50 p. m. for Chicago, at 10.50 p. m. for Pittsburg, and 1.59 a. m. lor Cincinnati and St. Louis. Arrive at Pittsburg at 7.00 a. m , Chicago at 9.45 p. in., Cincinnati at 5.00 p. in., ami St. Louis at 0 30 p. in. Pullman PalaceSleepingCars are run through to Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and Pittsburg on all express trains. For rates, tickets, baggage checked, apply to any ollice of the lb A U. Railroad, or to C; E, Dudrow, Traveling Passenger Agent, Win chester, Va. K. B. CAMPBELL, General Manager. CHAS. O. SCULL, Gen’l Passenger Agent. June 12, 1895. N^W NorfolkiWesfernRR Schedule In Fffcct Sor. IS. 1804. LEAVE CHARLESTOWN, W. VA.. DAIL\ -SOUTHBOUND No. 3. No. 27. 8.42 a.m. 5.37 p. m -NORTHBOUND No. 4. No 21 7.32 p. m. 9.50 a. ra. “Washington and Chattanooga Limited Pullman Sleepers and Coaches, 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, Pulnski, Bri>lol Knoxville, Chattanooga connects at Roanoke 4.20 p. ni., with the Chicago express for Blur 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. m. for all local ■canons ivunnuKC 10 itruioi ana niurnna w Pocahontas. No. 27 for Shenandoah and interiuadiati station*. No connection hoyond. No. 4 for Washington, Hagerstown, Harrli burg. Philadelphia and New York. No 28 for Washington (via Shenandoah Junction), Hagerstown, Harrisburg and Ke* York. For tickets, time cards and all information call on agent Norfolk <fc Wtstern K. R. W. B. BEVJLL. Gen. Pass. Agt., Roanoke. Va Nov. 18, 1804. Tho». C. Earnshaw. B. Frank Dooley EARNSHAW lit DOOLBY, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA., OKAI.ERS in Cookimr & Heating .Stove anti Ranges. Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron War*. Repairing promptly attended to. Roofing and Spouting a Specialty. We don't uae small tin am| we want e*«> body to know it. The reason why wc don t ij that if you have small tin put on your root the more seams you will have and the wot* leaks will be In your roof. Call on us and *< will prove to you that large tin is the best to put on your roof. Our work iu the past is our recommendation. June 13.18&4. EARNSHAW AD00BEY Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! I am now prepared to sell ice in law “r t mall quantities at my store and from tue wagon, at prices to suit the time*. Watch aim wait for the wagon. April 24. 1895. W. 8. MERCHANT.