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AISQUITII & CO.,
PHAHMAC1STS, DEALERS IS Drugs, Proprietary Medicine*. Pure Chemicals, Paiute, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Fancy Hair and Tooth Drashw*. Fin© Toilet Soap?. Cam be a full line of Domestic and Foreign Perfume#, Trusses, and Shoulder hracea, hue assortment of Stationery and School Books. Physicians’ Prescriptions Carefhlly Compounded at all Hours. Coart-House Square, Charles Town, garth 14. l-OI. fruit hill nursery. Ohsrlesiawa, Jsffsrsoa Coast., W##tflr*ta»a Fruit and Ornamental Tree* Flower and Vegetable PLANTS, ghrubbery.Ao. THB sahscriheraealleumtieeio thee rsst »* riety afTress, Plsata, T mss, Roses,4e.,*«.. at their Fruit Hill Nuraery, aid are f rallied to be cooscios* .>ta*»iog«uook llkaly to plea.* all wk.» petrojlir u.e. Tbe» wlllaetaadertaleto pretest io thi» »d»-.*u»« ■sst * catalogs# at stuck us basd.oot wi'tn. seatsat!<• geeera.iso. hopiag tbsi »«f owpiawi* sallaad•se^ortoeia.Ml.estbai tb* ncesstty '•*' issdisg abfusd ‘or Trest, 8hrubbery ,Arc.,nol«ia gsr suits. W shave 10,000 Apple Trees—choice earletle. OOO Ten. Is Tre»*a. Slrawhrrry Fl«stl* Asparagus Roots, Orses Uuaae sod ttsddm, Flaate-Cubbags.Toiaato, Egg ,Cua!iflow«r ao< ■ west Potato, a.lfor sals Cheap tor C»»h. AprilU, l»7«-tf. ttOPElNSACO. New Goods at the West End received daily and for sale by W. si. Merchant : Early v* * oi »lt.«‘ 5o per bush*i. Canne«i O>ods— Tomatoes 7c. per can, an corn, 7c per can. 4 lor z5c. Boston bikwl bean-* 10:. |«r 'an Five lb cans apple bolter. 4k per can. Canned Preserves—I'lneapp-e, l'eacn.Vumce Ac.. 25c per can. Rice fic and *c. per lb. Rlaatic Stareii 10c per lufkage (large). One fourth png. tBce bieudej tea tor 5c. for rneriy so d at i5c. Lemons 12c. and 20c per dozen. Fine onion sets DC. and tOo per qt. FlW French prunes luc per lb. Chewing tobacco 25c. $Jc. 40c 50c. and $1 Of per lb. Smoking tobacco 1 lb pkg for 25c. Raisius 5c and tUc. per lb. Axle grease 10c per b-*x. Syrups lx-. 40c and 5Oc per gal. N U molasws 5*X; per gal. Nice inacxerel 5c each. • Sp*K Cash" baiting powder, H)c. per lb. Jellies in glasses 10c perglaa*. French mustard in screw iop glasses 10c. each Hangs ; organs A First-Class, High-Top Solid Black Walnut ORO \N with German Plate Glass Mirror For S35. Warranted lor Six Years Putnam’s Music Store, Staunton, Va. Bole Agent for the Chiekeriug A Sons Pianos. Write for Catalogues and Prices. March 6,_95 -lyr. BARK WANTED. The Geo. Campbell Co. will, as usual, pay the highest market prices for AL.L. KINDS OF BARK, delivered either by waaon at tbnr mill or l> car loads at my station on the B. A U., N. A VF., or C. V. R R.t this season. CHESTNUT, SPANISH KKP WHITE AND BLACK * 'A K AND HEMLOCK BALKS WANTED. Kor quotations address. WM. CAMPBELL, Manager. Charles Town, Jefferson Co., . V a. ApriJjH. D#*5. One pound bag Smoking Tobacco for Jk at C. D. KB V S. New Citroa and Raisin-. at low price* at t LV KBY S Hooff building. Gelatin. Pud-line, Coni Starch, etc., at C. D. KBY S, Hooff building New ri->iuiuy. Beaus, 1‘ea-*, Oatiueal, Ac., ai C. D KBY S. Hooff buil ling Just receive»l a new line of tinware which will soil at new tariff prices, at C. D. EliV s. Hooff building. Arbucklt s. Levering'* and Enterprise Coffee, also Meiii au Coffee, wuh etcli p ckage ••• which ie given a eilver-piated teaspoon. ami the purchaser is entitled to ► ue'*» a* me on in her to get a handsome silver sugar n-«i and epoou holder, iree, at C. D. KtlV S liooll building. Handsome steel engraving with frame, cheap. atC. D. KBY S, Hooff building. A. (i. WYNKUUr. Successor to wy’.nkoop. Walter a co.. REAL ESTATE AND SllX KS. Charles Town, West V a. OFFICE IN HEAL KMAfK EXCHANGE BUILDING. iA. O. Wvaauor, t'rwi-lwiti. Opposite Charlestown Mining, MauutacWiriug and Improvement Co s Oitlie. REFERENCES —in* M uiageiueut of ail the Land companies, the Circuit and Couuty Clerks and me Bank of CUariestoau. Juue U. last. ___ Barber Sliup. Hair Cutting. Shaving and Shampooing iu tae best sty Is at the Watson llo-oe I’onsonai Annex by the undersigned. 1 nave just re moved into a uew room specially -e( apart and •quipped with all the modem convenience® for the purposes for which it has been designed and will be pleased to see my patrons ol the past and uew ones, proiaisiug pleasing atten tion. Feb. 1*. l«9l. 0 KORG E TRA VIS. Paint. IF you are going to paint your house, yon will find it to your advantage to call and *e# our stock of Paints. The brand wear** car rying this year is Our Own Good* a «trictlv pure T inseed Oil and Lead Paint that -ell* for fl.54 per gallon. Our own Guarantee will he J'een to insure its Parity. Also Roofing and encing Paint, at fl.00 per gallon April 23. ’90. EWQIHTHACrt Remember Hirschman'a *h»n you want aattiug or carpet, window shade* or curtain pelee. Iculst Vhcli-7 r. L. ntos.Mk, Jr I tenter. 3,u,U' New Carriage Factcry, Charted**n. Jefrr^ County, M*. la. Ur K theuiniersigiied u»vrentered intoafV IWlnenunp 'or the purpose ol Msuuhu - taring and Ke|«»iring CABRJAUEE, BUGGIES I'llJE TOSE, JjAYTOS ASU OTHER J’LEAS ER E W’AGOSS, Spring Wagons. Dog Carta, sulkies. Sleighs. Ac.. ■u as due sly la »» can be done anywhere i# lh. Union at mouersie prices. Being practical iureliables we Will be enabled to do all »«rk ,u correct, systematic principles, thereby pro ducing work, durable and handsome. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALfY We have secured the services ol Mr. Tho* tvan. so iav..rabi> known h.r ; ear, iu cornu* viiIt M<u Uawas factor) toexecutetb .,w,,|*.irt on our maiiulacTures. Hoping to receive, lair sliar. of-'"'’ ^ «c pledge ourselves to gi~e TOO ** ne SCHIM.TK A •' '•HN.WX a^^hopson Bloomery Turn *e, 2 Square rum vlam Si. May 21. i-ots— if. __ ion DOLLARS In Your Own Locality nadc easily and honorably, without capi tal. during your spare hours. Any man, u omun, l»uy. or gn 1 can do the work h:.nd liy. without experience. Talking nn ueOb'virv. Noil'ing like it for roew-y m Iking ever offered before Ourwoikirs i vr ivh pms|>cr. No time \v: stcil in iparn ng the hu-ine^s. We lc:n li you in n iii ht ]i >w to aliened from tlie fcr-t I . 'i iq cun BMkr a iri I whin ut < x r to vour-clf. We start you. fi rnivi '•very thiug iinned to carry on tl.c »»u*l „ >nc< rs-fiilly, and coarnntec yon against failure if you but follow our simple, pi tiu instructions. Header, il von are in need of ruulv money. i»nd want to know all n'x'iit the best paying hii' in -s tirfnrv th«* publi'-. M ini u- your ad'ip and wu " i’l mail you a docu Bcut VViwyinU the particulars. TRUt & CO., Fcx 4CO, --- HOWARD HOUS1-: Howard and Kallimore Streets, Halil more. Md. To niy old r«»r..|is ai d the Traveling rtihlio: Having lu.d H verx Maral -hare of 'lie pul* „• ,.vr..|.,.<r during Hie pa-l live xe«r- I Te> -n oiira.M-d lore-lea* H,e Howard l|t>lf« !••• i t* rn« •>( \ mp* hihI h fit e'nrai-hed a*>d rettt'ed the h »til from top »• ‘M >11*011. \ru t,otter prepared Than ever to aCC-mim-' tate t .e piih ir M> «iln wit' "e lo give tir»' ■In.*. n< C •Mini ■<! it ion* »' "0 per d IV • otto • r. \|er haft-eliil •'••miner. |.,| I'raVeler* »1 li d H the iuo>l central i x located hotel in th* it V. K^jvif'iilv, JAM Kb KEAMKR. Jan U »*r..i.rS*»Ae rxxxixxixxiixiiinzixzsg L‘ ENC1NCS. g THRESHERS and h § H H I I PARM MACHINERY. Vrl or call. t s S? xiCE A SON. Martin's Fcrrv, O. h - xixxi-xxiiiiiixxzxj F. L. I3eller 30NTRACT3R&BUILDEI. / \FFF.RH his services and will vitrnmusl; \ / prosecute hia avmation a-' I'arpeiiter am Kmldvr and will take orders and execute tin same prompt I v and -alislactorilv Ills exjn rience i- such tuat hr can guarantee perlec' workluanstilp. ami his price- twill compare is* vorahly with Hie most rea-oiiahle Tilose d* <tnng to build or improve should give him ► •••a11 Jan. 7. MiS. __ Shttrmgi shnwf»ooiNg' ttitil iitiii • 1 m11iix I'urlor, NORTH OilAKI.KS STREET. NEXT TO KAt'EKf bloRE. The nnderstimeil pr.wecute» the above bti*i •ie*a in an arti-lic mannir and tll.rantees *at istacln.n. t lean lines* ami neat news i* ntwerv e I. ami niirleoUs ami prompt alteiitinU ftlVct to all caller. I he ,Mtr»niiK of Ladies and Children is re sprctl!ll>X solicited. )L, J. I s'j.t CH A RLKS II KM 1TH CARTER HOUSE, CH AKl.KS-TOWN. W. YA. Located in the Central Part of the City. Special Attention t >tveu t 'oniinercial Travelers \\ M H. CAM KIIO.V iTopnetor. Firsl-i’laao Livery Attached to the Hotel. TKK.'Is; Meals So Cent* . b -ard per daV. ; h tird per week. *;*, b..wrd per mouth. *-l» t» lahte n.«aid Sept. J7 I V-*J. ___ _ _ llug ami l*o»i li rv Remedy. I am bamllinc Hr. J-*» Haas’ Hocand Poul try Kernedv. which will put your Ime* in tirsi claa* condition ; will -top couch ami re^uiat. the dowels, will arro»i disease, will destroy worms, is a tlior->u<'i preventive i i»» treat - ,sl wit (i it will tain t wo .o m.ire pounds wnilsi others are tain nt one. It l" liiifbly recom mended to do what it la represented to do.— Try it. Max ll Msej. W K. MERCHANT. M. Scott Wfiler, GENERAL M At H1NIST, Patentee and Manufacturer of Weller's Patent Iron Cellar Hoot*, Charles Town, Jefferson County, W est \ a. Wheal Bought. I am prepared t<‘ rle-oi wheat at mv Kleva t. .r i -i a reWllKAf IN THK KOlh.il «IM tT.KA NKI». I will receive cleaned wheat at all depots in the c Minty Will h- srU i to make an offer f ir any Grain, liav or Seeds xtm max have t*. «et|. It C. WASHINGTON. A*t. July 1“. IWH3. Feed it Retail. Delivered promptly. Ear f'orn. Oat*. Chop, Bran <'..nt andt'uharound Ralrsl liav,Chick en Feed Ac., a* fn*1 amt W.I Yard B.C WASHINGTON. A cent. .Mae 4 m, Oysters. fly.ter* he th» eallon. qu-.rt or p’nt. or serv ed iii * ix - ter P»rlor. Received fresh every di y durinil the season. NliV. », 1<#3. GUSTAV BROWN. , ABSOLUTELY PURE THE CLD RELIABLE SWEET CAFORAL CICARETTE Ha* stood the Test ct Time MORE R^LO TUAN AIL OTHCR QRaNOS COM gin CD I 1)0 NOT WANT to give you acliill talking about spring Clothing hut I DO WANT to post you on the prices of SPUING CLOTHING •(■fore you ore misled bv some of the educated l.ithing talven. traveling through I lit* country a li<»e salary and • ip n»e> the buyer must pay iwing to the greai rii~Ii at the Itoiid House t* iateout the ton ign goods 1 will uot have tu> 'till a'soi tiuetit of * SPUING AND SUMMER SUITINGS tiefore Februarv 25 After th it date I will be ob e to display one ol the Largest Assortments • if Spring ami Summer G‘*ods ever exhibited in Hu* Valley. 1 all ami get inriecl style-* tiid piio*. Yours rop*eimlly. _I Still iVliead. (HAVE a very full stock of Groceries—con Mating of Flour, .Meal. I'atineu Goods. Tea otlees .syrups. Mollasses. Soaps. 1‘lcklee. .'al «’isl». etc., etc. 1 make a specialty ol the bes V. O. Mollasses. The best brands of Tobacco and Cigars al way •u baud. MEATS. In connection with my grocery I keep a first •lass Meal .Shop, and can supply mV customer -witii the choicest meats. I have the very hee’ •oiue-ttiade and iialiimore mince meat. Fresl liolognu •'sausage on liand. Thanking my patrons for theii kind treat nent in the past I solicit a continuance of tin •ante. Kespectfullv, Dec. 13. IKK4. W. 8. MERCHANT. Cl. WALL, Dealer ami roinmission Mo reliant -in all kinds of LIVE S^rOCK. Highest market price at all times for ALL K'XDS OK FAT STOCK. I ship every few days the year around Stock 'Pern Fresh *'••»'..stock Hulls, Stock Hogs .(rood Sows ami Sheep bought and sold at my ards ami -tables on Utowiuciy l’ike, 5squares sou Court-House. Highest Price fox* Wool. Feb. 14. 1*94. The Confectionery Store of GUSTAV BROWS Has an elegant assortment of * i i i t ____ I roMKIUU l 1I1U uuiuui. uu 11.— nndies of all kind*, and prices cheap. Have on hand Whitman's Sii|>er o-i'onfectious, lion buns. Chocolates and Fine Mixtures FRUITS AXI) N UTS. V large supply of Nuts. Raisins. Citron Cur rants, Figs, hates. Oran e*. I.emons, Grapes ami Ifanauas. WEDDINO CAKES i Specialty. Plain and Ornamental Cakes al ways on tialiil. TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY M»ch a.* polls. Games. Hooks. Toilet Sets. Va-es, <'u|u» and Saucer*. Mugs, Rubber Toes. Work Hoxe». Writing he-ks. Tea Sets. Hi>t|l|es, liasket*. plllirh Goods, Wagons. Sleds. Veloc ipedes. «Vc.. Ac. Ioe Cream and Oyst rs in Season, Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to ■tierii a continuance. I am Respectfully. Jim* 13 lvt-1 GIT8TAV RROWN. EUR SALE. A VAM tlU.K F\RM JKFFER80N COUNTY. WEST VIRGINIA. The undersigned-.tT-r* f>r «sle the farm be longing to s h MhI llekautTV h-tr*. situated aiHtui <li-ee mi'e* *.ii'h-i>t of <'ll tries T >«t'i. W. Va. near t In- ti rup'ke lead ill g fr on ' 'harles l ow a to H oomery. It adjoins me lan-is of F. I Manning VV. F. WcinckandS L Rider. The trwl con'ains QIG A C11 ES O F LAN I >, of w'-icli -.’7 u- it- i* g -oil hickory am] oak timber—oil which tinre i> ;» Good l-'pamu Dwelling, co* mining 13 m -ms go.*! ham and large corn li-ut-e. ti ie »pri- g and running water through the place, and tine apple oiC iard The land is of eiicllent quality, and tenting in good Condition. T KRMS(•P'-'A I.E—One third rash; residua in ttjr • »q'ial annual ptttnenis with u.teicst on deferred payments ir-ou d »v of *• e. fl.hoN MtpiRR. An y f r the loirs of S. L*. MuhlleKanff. July 24, I M. Want* d—An Idea. Who can think of mine simple thing to pat ent? Protect tour idea*; I ll ••>* III t> h^illgtOU wrea th. WiileJOlIN W Kh• »KIf I UIJV A I O.. Patent At on ev-. Washington, U. C., for their $!.*«*• |»>s- ■ ti. r. Aug H l-Wi —lyr. Now- I die time to buy tour overcoat*.— C irachiiiaii's and be *uucd, tio mat- , ter l .all yuur purse is. Virginia jrrce ffrtss. | n hi ud to lid ve a License. A bevvlii-k -red man, who didn’t look as prosper ‘Us as Home of tli >se behind him, pushed himself to the front of the line in the city controller** office yesterday, and stood at the license window. “Is this where they get wagon licensee ?” he asked the clerk. "Yes, this is the place; pay your money upstairs, and bring the receipt down here,” was the reply. ‘ Leni’me see. Flow much is a wagon li cense?” inquired the uuprmperous man, as lie fingered his pocket. “It will cost y.iu $3.” • “No les’en that ?” “N<», that’s the price regulated bv law.” “Mow much for an express license?” flint will c Mt you SI.25.” “Well, I o.iu’l afford it. I’ll run my old wagon in the shed and turn my ho ses out to pasture. I ain’t got tnouey enough, and can’t borrow it.” “Well, I’m sorry —” “Say, how much is a dog license?” “One dollar.” “ Well, gitn’ine one. That’s all I can af ford.” _ _ A telegram from Morgantown says : Rob ert Beeson, who was captured Ht Orlando, Fla , at the instance of Maiyland au'lmri ties and is now in the Baltimore citv j *i'. (waiting a trial lor lorgerv, is a West Vir ginian, and is wanted in this State for sim ilar crime*. It is said lie lias been a sue* o-salul forger for about fifteen veers. Iii-» ;ir-t offei.se, it is believed, was committed while lie was engaged ill buying cattle ill Berkeley and Jefferson counties, this rotate, wnd in Frederick county. Va. There, it is charged, lie forged a note upon tlie Shenan d -.sli Valley National Bank, of Winchester, Vs . for $J,OUO The original note was for MOO and was endorsed by Jacob Rioter, vim now lives in Clarke county, Va., ami R .!. CiHiniiigiiHtn, «»f F^torin, O »io. At er long litigation the bank whs compelled >v the courts to lose the money. The ntn cers permitted Beeson to escape alter they nad arrested him, and he fled to California, where it i* s iid, lie Committed similar ot tenses, lie then came to ibis section of AVst Virginia and is credited with having ncce*ded til swindling a number ol farmers •ot of money, and wa» run out of the ."laic, •ince then he has. according to his lamilt’a torv, been in several State*. should lie not e convicted bv ibe Maryland Couria he till be brought into West Virginia slid ried h-r off tl«e* which, if lie is convicted vi11 give him a long term in (lie peuiten • i h ry. .4 Touching Appeal. The following poetic effusion won for it* uitlior the piiz- of one thousand dollar* of fcred for the h»sr appeal poem to delinquent newspaper suhscriher*: “Lives of po ir men oft. remind us. Honest men don't stand no chance ; The more tt**- worU, • ifsiws netilnil US Bigger patches on unr punts On our punt* once new ami glo.-y. Now are sl'ii"** of different hue, All hecaiiMJ subscribers linger. Amt don't pay US what is due. l.et u*. then, he no a"d doing. •Semi in V' tir mi'e however small; Or when tiie snow of winter strikes us, We dull have no pant.* at all.'' A pttron of the publisher who announced that he wanted a pair of ply -hutlon pant*, mil won ii nceive lowest bids lor same, mu*t have read the above touching appeal md paid arrearages and a yeir i • ...Ivuice. Autumn Fault ton*. Soft delicate dyes in gray, reseda fawn, loe-color and brown are among the leading Colors on the new sample Cards of autumn textiles in caahinere, mohair, tailor cloths • ml cam* l’s hair goods. A few dyes are ill ne'al'ic tone*, but by far the greater num ber have a suggestion ol mellow autumn •umdiine in the woof, which solteus their color, and "till others are brilliant with a glow of beautifully interwoven Persian color nixer*—small Oriental design* figuring ex tensively i* some of the haudsotnesl woolens for the coming sea*nu. Kecently as K 15 Kendall was passing down the mad in front of l«i~ bmther'a lioti-e at Orleans, Fauquier county, singing, “When the general mil is called I'll he there," John K ndall came out of bis ImU-e and told him to stop singing in front of his house, which he refused to do, saying that his brother could not make him. John Kendall then undertook to stop him, when a tight pn-ii'd John had “Duck" down, when “Duck” pulled out his knife anil rut John in the thigh. The wounded man re leased hik tool her am] went into the house and died in half an hour A dispatch dated Lvnchburg October 17. aavs: (fen Thus. L. Rosser, of Charlottes • ille. who has intere-tcd himself in behalf of the R mss Confederate .Memorial, deliver ed a lecture here to night lor the benefit of the lutui for this purpose. Ili« lecture was on the civil war and illu*trat*d liy stereop (icon views of the principal batiks, tic.— Consbb rable eutlin-iasm was aroused in (lie cause, and at the close of the lecture reso In ions in compliment of Mr. Charles D R «u*s for bis liberal donation for thia pur pose ware passed. Oakland (Maryland) Democrat: The is sue in this campaign is Democracy or Re pub kani-m. There is no medium ground 1‘liere i- no independent ticket. Personally no fault pan oe /bund with either Mr. Lowndes or Mr llurst, but, in the words of Ex 0 ivrrnor Chi roll, “.Mr L nvude* repre sents the R -publican ptriy, with all its sec tionalism, enmity and tyranny against southern Democrats, while Mr. Ilur-t rep resents the broai, non sectional Democratic party." I-aac having been separated forty-two times in the twenty-two years they have been mar- ( ried, are now in court for a final di-solution of the marriage. The twenty-third separa-^ lion was caused liv a ctl-tard pie, and it Cost the husband just $2*10 in essli anj the de- d ot a house to get hi- wife back. I tier*-9 more than one in»t*nce of a custard p.e costing a uiau his life- 1 - . ^ : ___ wWOaMBBlf» for Infants and Children. withers Do You Know that Paregoric. mi ZJnLTvnV, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-calledgibing Brrups, and ° B mort remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine 7 Do Yon Know that opium end morphine are stupefying narcotic potoona 7 Tlr. Yon Know that in most countries druggist* are not permitted to sell narcotics without labeling them poisons 7 •H-, Y»n Know that you should not permit any metiicino to be given your chill unless you or your physician know of what it is composed 7 Pt Yon K'iqw that Castorla U a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of Its Ingredients is published with every bottle 7 T>o Yon Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Pr. Samuel Htcl;:. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria Is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined 7 Do Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of ether countries, liovelssued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word “ Castorla " and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense Do Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless? Do Yon Kn-'w that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for cents, or one cent a dose 7 Do Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children .. bo kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest 7 Well, these things are worth knowing. They are facta. 1E2? “SS Chiidren Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria. .7~~Z'rtf.r»?*•'.T '* •’ ■ u* .. i i r i piinro Colic, Cramps, Diarrhoea, Flux, ' 1 bUnLu Cholera Morbus, Nausea, Changes of T7ater, etc. nriJQ Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Ocratches, mi rlLnLO Bites of Animals, Serpents, Bugs, etc. i i Innrfll/C IID Bad Colds, La Orippe, Influenia, ] UlitbAno Ul Cror.p, Sore Throat, etc. ] “ ( SMELLS GOOD. TASTES GOOD. ' « < Sold Everywhere at 25c alio 50c Per Bottle. No Belief, No Pay. ] J \ COACII FACTORY LI V El< V, Furniture Establishment, &c. rfNHEncd»r*igneriht,iog purchased the old I tablirbed Coarh Factor, of t tie ’atr W«||* j. Hawk*.id Charlestown, with tbe ntw ul cater ing ioto thr CAIIIUAGE BUS1NEKS. in al lit* branch**, offers for sale a large number of New and Second-band Carriages. Buggies. Jaggf rs, See. attbelownstpricesand upon tbe most accommo dating terms. OLD CARRIAGES TAKES IS EACHASOE FOR SEW. .411 Kind* of ICi piilra dene with neatness and dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. HORSES AMD CARRIAGES K'tK HIKK. Inconnection witb tne ab",e I wi I ie.intIDUe tbe LIVERS BUSINESS, and be preparedto furnish Carriages, Baggies and .’aggers at tbe ■ burtest noti<e. S®,The aborebusiness wiHbe under the sa peri men dene, of Abram Stomp. fijrnTturei (also offer to tbepnblicalarge lot of Furni ture. comprising CHAIRS, TAHLBSi Er’cH.ionauiintktr) R El). STEA US. HA TTRESSES, and al 1 article* usualljtoundin a Furniture Es tablishment. Old Furniture Repaired. UNDEIITA K I NO, I *»i 11 be prepared in a abort ti me to gire nif ipecial attention to tbe bust oess of Undertaking. Being a practical mechanic a nd determined to give satisfaction. I respectlu I ly solicitasbareof public patronage. LEWIS ST A KRY. May li, 1877. Notice. He it enacted hv the ('••inmon Councilor the Corporation of Charles r.iwn : Section i — fhat no foreign insurance com pany or express company. or telegraph com- | pany shad transact Hie regular hii-inem* ol eiich companies within the corporate limit! without paving into Hie tre-mirv of the cor- I porati in of i'narles Town, on or before tlm 1st day of May in each ye >r, a liceii-e tax of $,■> Section '1—’• liat no mm resident, or traveling agent, "ulesman. or rsnva-er, shall sell, or ! contra*! to sell, sewing machine*, iir.sti*, pi- | an***, or other mu-'cil iii*triinie -t*. within | these corp-rate limi a without fi st pa\i> g into the tr.-a-ury of the «ai*l cor|e*rati-*u of; t'harles Town, on or h. f ire Hie l»t <lav of May, a license tax of $» No license ttodcr this sec tion shall he gran ed for less ihali n tear. Section A—For any violation .if either sec tion of this ordinance a fine *h ill he imposed of not !c*a than $i 0 • nor more than $lo uo. I’as-ed April 1», l*t»V ---| Pianos and Organs. If y*m want n fir*»--ius* Piano or Drg*n, Fully Warranted in *11 Ke-p-ct*. H>ix>d and Shipped from the FptofV Ilirect, call on or write me a po-t d. | wli PARK Y<»II 1C Oli • *ER and at P ice* and Term* in suit volt — You will not he comnel|.-d to ke-p tne instru ment we send Vutt if not satisfactory. sriKFF . IAVOS. NKW Y*HtK PIANOS. Mnl.LF.lt oROANS. Catalogues at No. 5 Mildred Street. J. II. N*»LAXD, April 17. 18&J. Resident Agent. Notice. All parties having tn-iirunco in mjr Agency and nuking >t change p, Hieir re*id-t|ce. and al*o all pr p-r y -woera lining vacant build ing* will ple-se advi*~ us promptly, ao that projier alter pi his may he m ole in their puli cies. W tsLUXoioN <fc ALEXANDER. April 3 1*rt Baltimore, Chesapeake anil At lantic Railway Company. Water and rail route* to O.-ean Cite and all points on the Cliea-itpeake Bay FOR HEALTH. PLEASURE A BUSINESS. Unexcelled facilities for both passenger and freight trutHo. t I «econnection with the trunk linn railroad insuring convenience In the traveler, and the quick it spa'cli of *11 freigtits. Fifteen coimnodinu* and li*nd*omely fi'ted out steamers Comfortable state ruuuis. Uuud cuisine Polite attendance. Schedule in cfT.-ct Sept. 30. 189.5. Steamer* leave Pier* A. 4 and 4$ Light Street wharf, Baltimore, u follows: RAILWAY 1)1 VISION.-4 30 p. m„ dolly except Saturdav and Sunda ; 3 10 SatU"day onlv. for C Ini home and stations to Oc**an tJitv. 4'lloPTANK KIVKK LINK.—m P m daily, except Sunday, for Easton, Oxford,Cambridge, and landing* to Doutui. Returning lea/e I Viiton at 12 30 p. iu. dtilv. except .Saturday f'aiiihridge, hp. m.; Oxford 7 -t0p m.; Kasluu, 9.Jti n hi. arriving in Baltimore at 5. tu. WIOoMliJO RIVr.R LINK.—5 p. nt every j Tuesday. Thursday ami Saturday for Win gate'.* Point, Ivai's Island and Landings to Sdishury. Returning leave Salisnurv at [ 2.3* every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Arriving at Baltimore at 6 a in. N'A N IT* OK K KIVKIC LI N'E —5 p. nt. every Monday. Wednesday anil Friday lur Deal'* Is land and landings toSeaford, Del. Returning leave Seaford at 12 o'clock, noon. Tue*day, Thursday and Saturday, arriving in Baltimore at ft a. tu OKKaT WICOMICO AND PLANKATAN'K LINKS.—ft p in every Tuesday and Kridav fort;rest Wicomico River, Dividing. Indian and Dymer'n Creeks Little Bay. Milford Ha ven and I'lank dank li ver to Freeport. Re turning Dave Freeport at G a m. every Mon fixe and TIitir*iixtf xrnvitiis in Raltimore S a. ni. Steamers from Sooth street Pier: P« H.'OMoK K 1C IV’ Kit LI N B.—5.30 p.m. every Tt.es lay and Friday f..r Ori.-flehl. Tangier Is* land, Ooanc >ck and landing* to Poeoiunke i ny and Snow Hill Returning leave Snow Hill at 0 a. ni . Cri'tield 6 p m . every Monday and IliU'slaV. arriving in B iltintore at 0 a ni. MK'.soNtJii Id VKit LISK.—5.30p. m every Moudav and Tliur>day for Korda. Cri-fi-ld, Kinneys. Onanmck, Ohescoinvaex. Hunting Greek and Me*songo. Returning leave Mea Mingn everv Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m. Cii.'tield 0 }>. in., arriving in Baltimore at 5 a. m. O-OOHANNOOK ICIVKIC LINK—5 30p.m. every We ideally and Sunday for Cri»fi»dd. Harhorion, Kvans. Boggs, Cedar View, Nandua. • uncord, Read a, Davis', Shields (Cues Re turning leave Rues every Tuesday and Kriday "t « 3 ' a m . Cristield 6 p. ui., arriving in Bal timore at 5 a :u. B I. KI.KMIN'i, Hen.Krt. A Pass. Agt. \\ II.LARD THOMSON Gen I Manager. TifK* t otfl e 1 <3 Ea* Baltimore street ARTH'JR W. ROBSON, Ticket Agent. Oct. 2, 1*95. Baltimore, Md. Notice to Taxpayers Notice is herehv given that in pursuance of the resolution of Hie Town Council passed the 2'st day of September, 1*94 and continuously pub 'Hied in the town papers, if taxes are not paid hy the juth of January, 1*96. 6 per cent. intere*t will he charged therenn MASON E. YOrNO. Dec 26.1«'U f'ollector. Salesmen Wanted To sell NON-NirOTINK MIDGRT CIGARS. Sample* tree. Salary or Cominiwion. Good si le line Address, LANDIS A HO., heb. JO, IS'to. Sh'ppeushiirg. Pa. For Kent. Two comfortable BRICK DWELLINGS on F*i x fa % boulevard. Six room* in each. Rent reduced to $4 per month. Apply to A. G WYNKO0P. Aug. 21, 1HQ5. Beal K-taP-Agent, We have Hie advantage nf all other clothing Ip , ^ Cau*t* nimke a)] our own — ilia! « why we can aiwsys sare von raonv. lilhe-.UM'NV. Baltimore and Ohio Haiiruad. Time Table in effect May 12th, 1896, until fur. ther notice. NOKrmtoi m>. t.u* 4"-." 4.^ Station*. Pas*. Pas*. p^ Lv Lexinginu. fi igtatn 2 tOpia Staunton......... 7 4'am 3 47pm Harrisonburg.. a 62ain 4 53pm New Market ... 9 35»tu 5 43pm Mt. Jackson ... 9 5lam 6 o)pm Woodstock. 10 ixam 6 i$pm Strasburg.j 10 4*atu 7 < 2pm Capon Road... 10 57am 7 1lpm Middletown ....| 11 12am 7 27pm Winchester. 6 00am. II 43atu H 00pm Stephenson. 6 09am|II 53aui 8 11pm Cuaki.es Towx. 6 46«m 12 31pm 8 61pm Ar Harper’* Ferry 7 0**m 12 ftNpm 9 l>pm Washington ... 9 20am 2 53pm 11 26pm Baltimore.. I 4* ami 3 5opm 12 4 am Philadelphia.. 12 65pm 6 Ospmj 3 5t>»m New York.’ 3 tvptu » 25ptu 6 S2am Mixed Train-* Nos. 444 and 490 leave Charlc* Town at 2.12 a m. and 4.23 p. in . stoppii g*t all stations, and arriving at Harper’s Jerry at 2.50 a. m and ft 14 p. m. On Sunday mixe<i train leaves at 10.10 p. m. and arrives at llaiper’* Ferry 11.20. 80UTHB0IJSD. fit* 55* 4 ; Stations. Pass. Pass. Pas*. Lv New York. 12 I5*m il 30»m Philadelphia...] 7 66am 1 35pm Baltimore. 4 00am j 10 15am 4 20pm Washington....] 11 30am 5 3opa Harper’* Ferrv 8 00am 1 30pm 7 55pm ChablksTows. 8 24amj 1 56pm * l9piu S epbeuson.... 9 02am 2 33pm 9 0uPm Winchester .... 9 16am 2 4spm 9 lopm Middletown.... 9 4ftam 3 l«pm Ar Capon Road,... 0 0"»m 3 31pm 8 rasburg . 10 U9am 3 40pm Woodstock. I*' 47atu 4 09pm Mt. Jackson ... II Imuh 4 36pm New Market.... 11 36am 4 ft3ptu Harrisonburg, j 12 23pm 6 4*pm Staunton.I 1 63pm 7 Uftpm Lexington .1 3 51pm 8 62piu Mixed Trains Nos 443 and 491 leave Chari** Town at 3.66 a. tu. and 8 54 a. tu., and anir* at Harrisonburg at 10 50 a. m. and 6 38 p. m. On Sunday mixed tr*iu leave- at ». *3 a m. and arrive at Harrisonburg at 3.00 p. m. •Daily except Sunday. CONNECTIONS. Train 408 connects at Harper’* Ferry with Fast Limited Express train leaving at 1 05 f in arriving at Pittsburg 8 45 p tu and *t Chicago 2105 a m . next morning with train leaving at 5.19 p. m arriving at Cincinnati at 7 45 a m. St. Louis CuOp. tu. and connect* at Weverton with train arriving at Hagerstown at 2 11 p m. a»d at Washington Junction with train ariiv tig at Fredi rick at 1 55 p in. Train 416 connect* wim Fast Vestibule train at Harper’s Ferry at 9 59 p tu for Chicago at 10 50 p. nt. for Pittsburg, and 159 a tu. for Cincinnati and 8t. Louis. Arrive at Pi tsbuo; at 7 U0 a tu , Chicago at 9 45 p m., Cincinnati at ft 00 p. tu.. and 8t. l»ouN at 6 30 p in. Pullman PalaceSleeniugCars are run through to Cincinnati. St. Lotus, Chicagoand Pittsburg on ail express train*. For 'ales, ticket*, baggage checked, apply any otlice of the U. A O Railroad, or to C. R. Dndrow, Traveling Passenger Agent, Win. Chester, Va. K. B. CAMPBELL. Oeneral Manager. CH A8 O. 8«'ULL, Oen’l Passenger Agent .1 '..lie 1 J. 1 - N^W Norfolk-Western RR Schedule In Effect Nov. IS, l&Oi. LEAVE CHARLESTOWN, W. VA . DAILY —SOUTH BOUND— No. 3. No. 27. 8.42a.tu. 5.37 pm -NORTHBOUND No. 4. No. *1 7.32 p.m. #.50 a a. “Washington and Chattanooga Limited Pullman n'eepers and Coaches, leave Hhenan duali Junction daily 1.25 a m. fitr Roanoke Knoxville Chattanooga. Memphis, Birniing tiam, Meridan. New Orleans. Connection for Florida, Texas and all southern points. No 3 for Kosnoke. Radford, Pulaski, Bristo. Kn<»xville, Chattanooga connects at Knarwke, 4 JO p. rn., with the Chicago express for Blue tt *-hl, Kenova, Colombo*. Chicago and all points west Pullman sleeper RnanoketoCol unibiis, and Radford to Chattanooga. No. 1 leaves Roanoke 7.20 a. m. for all lo*l stations Roanoke to Bristol and Bluefield to Pocahontas. No. 27 for Shenandoah ami intermediate stations. No connection beyond. No 4 for Washington, Hagerstown, Harris burg. Philadelphia and New York. No 2* for Washington (vis Hbenandoab Junction), Hagerstown, Harrisburg and Nr* York. For tickets, time cards and all informatioe call on agent Norfolk A Western K. K. W. B. BEVILL, Gen. Pass. Agt., Roanoke, Y» Nov. 18. 1894. Tboe. C. Earnshaw. B. Frank Pooler EARNSHAWfcDOOLEY, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA., oealeksis Cookintr & Heating Stove and Range*. Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware Repairing promptly attended to. Roofing and Spouting H Specialty. We don't use small tin and we want tvt bo 'y to know it. The reason why mtaon that if you liare small tin put on J’,*ur ^ the more seams vou will hare and t.ie i_..b. k. ... r*ll on us snn Ice ! Ice! Ice !