AISQUITH & CO.,
Drugs, Proprietary Medicines, Pure
Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Dye Stuffs. Fancy Hair ami Tooth Brushes,
Fine Toilet Soaps*
Combs a full line of Domestic and Foreign
Perfumes, Trusses, and Shoulder Braces, nue
Stationery and School Books.
Carefully Compounded at all Hours.
Court-House Square, Charles Town.
March 14, 1*94.
fruit hill nursery,
Charlestown, Jefferson Coanty, W estV irglnia.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Flower and Vegetable
TUB sabscriberscall attention to the great ra
riety of Trees, Plants, V lass, Roses,4c. ,4a.,
Fruit Ilill Nuraery,
and are gratified to be conscious ofharingas tod
... , ~ ,i,, them. Thai
will not undertake to present in tbia adrertiae
ment a catalogue of stock on hand,but wi.*b«
oouteattogeneraiixe,hoping that onr peoptewi!
eallacdseeforthemselvestbat the neoessitv 'oi
leading abroad for Treea,Shrubbery,<Cc.,nolon
ger exists. ■ We hare
10,000 %pple Trees—choice varieties;
OOO Pear It Trees,
Asparagus Roots, Green House and Bedding
Plants—Cabbage, Tomato, Egg .Cauliflower and
Sweet Potato, a'.lfor sale Cheap for Cash.
April IS, 1378 —tf. HOPKINS* CO.
PIANOS 5 ORGANS
A First-Class, High-Top
Solid Black Walnut ORGAN with German
Plate Glass Mirror
Warranted lor !Six Years*
Music Store, Staunton, Va.
Sole Ageut for the
Chiekering & Sons Pianos.
Write for Catalogues and Prices.
March B. tt5—1 vr.
The Geo. Campbell Co.
will, as usual, pay the highest market prices
Aid. KIN 1 >S OF 1JAUK,
delivered either by wa^ >n at tluir mill or in
car loads at any station >*u the II A B , N. A
W., or C. V. K K s this season.
CHESTNUT. SPANISH RED WHITE AND
BLACK OAK AND HEMLOCK
For quotations aii«lres$.
WM. CAMPBELL. Manager,
Charles Town, Jetfersou Co., W. \ a.
April 24, 1' I
A. (i. WYNKOOT.
WYNKOOP, WALTER A CO..
REAL ESTATE AND SINK KS,
Charles Town, West \ a.
OFFICE IN REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
BUILDING, iA. G. Wrsxoor. President j.
Oppodte Charlestown Miin ii.. .ilanula turiug
aud Improvement Co s Otlice.
REFERENCES:—The Management ot all the
Laud Companies, the Circuit and County
Clerks aud the Bank of Charlestown.
June J». I8M.
Hair Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing in
the best style at the Watson House Tonsorial
Annex by the undersigned. 1 have just re
moval 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 aud new ones, promising pleaain- atten
Feb. 13, !S9l. GEORGE TRAMS.
IF you are going to paint your house, you
will find it to your advantage to call and
see our stock of Paints. The brand weare car
rying this year is Our Own Goods, a strictly
pure Linseed Oil and Lead Paint that sells for
ft.50 per gallon. Our own Guarantee will be
fiven to ins ire its Purity. Also. Roofing and
'encing Pa nt at $1.00 per eai'on
xn.;i <M imv 11.OAFITH A CO.
The West En«l is right ‘ in it" with a line of
new and fresh goods, for sale by W. S. Mer
Pure mountain buckwheat Hour, in bulk. ic.
Rolan monntain buckwheat, -‘elf-yeasted.
ready for immediate use, in 2 lb ami ■"> lb
packages. Full directions on each package;
12c. and 15c. per package.
Cape Cod cranberries I2jc- per qt.
Pickles—Heins's Keystone Brand, sweet and
sour, in bulk. 10c. per dog., in bottles 15c. each.
Gloves, gloves, gloves’—Just the kind for
the farmer; will not harden; always soil, and
at prices to suit the times, tail and see the
tire-proof gloves, $1.25 per pair, the kind for
firemen, engineiuen and those working about
1 have now some fine mince meat which I
offer at 10c. per lb.
Seedless raisins 121 per lb.; cleaned currants
7c. per lb.
Elastic starch, 10c., per package; alabaster
starch, 5c. per package.
Navy beans and lima beans, crop of I'-io 10c.
per qt. or 3 >jt. for 25c.
New almonds, fine quality, at 13c. per lb.
Call to see the new safety oil can. capacity 5
gal. Warranted to fill a lamp without run
ning it over. Tall or low lamps, it is impossi
ble to overflow them. It is handy and con
venient. Price $2.00.
The “Bowser ’ w a-h board, something new.
Home made apple butter 4*v per gallon.
Give me a call. Respectfully.
Nov. 20,1995. W S. MERCHANT.
I am prepared to clean wheat at my Eleva
tor in this place, and will receive W HEAT IN
THE ROUGH OR CLEANED.
I will receive cleaned wheat at all depots in
Will be glad to make an offer f >r any Grain.
Hav or Seeds you mav have to sell.
B. C. WASHINGTON, Agt. j
July 19, 1993. i
Acocst Schcltk, Y. P*dk*cx, Jr
New Carriage Factory,
Charlestown, Jefferson County, W Va.
WTE the undersigned haveentered intoaCo
W Partnership for the purpose of Manufac
turing and Repairing
CA ttR lA GES, B VG GIE6 PH£TOES,
DAYTOE A ED OTHER PLEAS
Spring Wagons, Dog Carts, Sulkies, Sleighs, Ac.,
in as tine style as can be done any where in the
Union at moderate prices. Being practical
mechahies we will be euabled to do all work
on correct, systematic principles, thereby pro
ducing work, durable and handsome.
REPAIR WORK A SPECIAUY
We have secured the services of Mr. Tboe.
Ryan, so favorably known for years in conuec
tiun with Maj. Hawks' Factory, to execute the
woodwork on our manufactures.
Hoping to receives fair shart of yon-patrou
age, we pledge ourselves to give you XX. re
Mi"d- SCHULTE*- -DSJ.l’X.
r-^Shops on Bloomery Turn ^Squares
from Main St.
M^[ 21, 1885—tf.
In Your Own Locality
„aile easily and honorably, without capi
tal. during your spare honrs. Any man,
woman, boy, or girl can do the work hand
ily, without experience. Talking un
necessary. Nothing like it for monoy
i iking ever offered before. Ourworkcrs
•_r V,» time wasted in
k-arning the business. We teach you in
n nk-lit how to st-i cted from the first
p, Y *u can make a trial without a
i n*o to yourself. We start you,flimish
everything needed to carry on the i i m
n ss successfully, and guarantee you
against failure if you but follow <> v
simple, plain Instructions. Reader, if
von art* In i:?ed of ready mon y. ar !
\vant to know n‘,1 about the best j a.v i
biisiue-.s liefore th public, send u V '!
addn*-*. juul we "id mail you a do*
'xeut giving you «!! the j u1' ac.r-.
7SU£&C€>o l ik4O0,
Howard ami Baltimore Streets,
To my old Patrons and the Traveling Public:
Having had a very liberal share of the pub
lic patronage during the past live years 1 felt
encouraged to re-leas the Howard House for
a term ot years, amt have ut great expense
refurnished and retilt ‘d the hotel from top to
Am be:ter prepared tbun ever t<’. axvotnino
d.ite the public. Mv aim will be lo give tirst
class a.1, .miuodations at Ou per day. t oun
try Merchants ami Cotumeriial Travelers will
tind it the tm*st centrally located hotel in the
Jan 9. 106. Proprietor.
For Inf TTiut' a an t free Handbook write to
ML'NS a LO.. 361 lIU'LU*v,r. NEW YORK.
Cdesl bureau for securing patent* in America.
Krerr patent tak. n out t*.v us Is brought before
the public by a notice given free of charg® i» the
Largest ciretilaMa of any s.-lentlfle paper In tho
world. splendldlv Illustrated. No Intelligent
mau Mould to without It. Weekly, £.1(10 a
vrar; $i.:m si* months. A lire«, MUNN A CO„
VvaLisutRS, 36111 roadway, New York City.
i ARM MACHINERY.
u »Vri or call. S4
H » -**!’ NCI: A SON, .Martin’s Ferry, O.
F. L. Beller
(VFFEKS his services ami will vigorously
/ prosecute his avo ation hs Carpenter and
Builder, and will take orders and execute the
same promptly and satisfactorily. His e*cj>e
rience is such that he can guarantee perlect
workmanship, and bis prices will compare fa
vorably with the most reasonable. Those de
siring to build or improve should g*ve *
Shining, Shampooing amt
Sao ir-Cnfling Parlor,
. . ... . .... »
The undersigned prosecutes the above busi
m*'> in an ar’istic manner ami 'guarantees sat
isfaction. Cleanliness and neatness i- observ
ed and courteous and prompt attention given
to ail callers.
The patronagt of Indies and Children is re
spect full v solicit' l
May f! I MU. CHARI.ES H. SMITH.
• HARl.ES-TOWN. W. YA.
Located in the Central Part of the City.
Special Attention Given Commercial Travelers.
WM. II CAMERON, Proprietor.
First-Class Livery Attached to the Hotel.
TERM > ; Mcal- 50 i cats ; b, >ard per day, $2;
board per week. >:*: board per month, $ift* to
$25 ; table board. $U>.
Sept. 27. t'.O.
M. Sct»(t Weller,
Patentee and Manufacturer of
W* iler s Patent Iron Cellar Doors,
Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Ya.
Who. c think of some simple thing to pat
ent ’ Protect your idea-: they mav bring you
weuitli Write JOHN WEDDEKRURX A 00.,
Patent Attorneys, Washington. I>. C., for their
Aug. 11. 1"4)5—lyr.
! Y- d at Retail.
Delivered promptly. Ear Corn, Oats. Chop,
Brat Co n indCobgrouBd.BaledIlay.cbicU
en Feed, Ac., at Coal and W<K>d Yard.
B.C WASHINGTON. Agent.
May 4, 1892.
I \i-L- a
Mao J< Utwa Mmc j |
t: aww» t 5w£o cw’sw atm W
m» vowh us* fcr
THE OLD RELIABLE
Has etood the Test of Time
MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER
■«»- bmkmctw-j a»iB>.Ti '-r»r —
I DO NOT WANT
to give you a chill talking about spring
I DO WANT
to post you on the prices of
before you are misled by sotneot me euucateu
clothing talkers traveling through the country
whose salary and expenses the buyer must pay
Owing to the great rush at the Bond House to
takeout the foreign goods 1 will not have my
full assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER
before February 28. After that date I will be
able to display one of the
of Spring and Summer Goods ever exhibited
iu the Valley. Call and get correct styles
and prices. Yours respectfully.
Feb. 20. 1895. J. F. RE1N1NGER.
1HAVE a very full stock of Groceries—con
sisting of Flour, ileal, Canned Goods, Teas,
Coffees. Syrups, Mol lasses, Soaps, Pickles, Salt
Fish, etc., etc. I make a specialty of the best
N. O. ifollasses.
The beat brands of Tobacco and Cigars always
In connection with my grocery 1 keepafirst
cla-s Meat Shop, and can supply my customers
with the choicest meats. I have tlie very best
home-made and Baltimore mince meat. Fresh
Bologna Sausage on hand.
Thanking my patrons for theii kind treat
ment in rhe past I solicit a continuance of the
Dec. 13, l.W. \Y. S. MERCHANT.
a R WALL,
Dealer and Commission
-in all kinds of
Highest market priue at ail times for
AI L KINDS OF FAT STOCK.
1 -hip every few days the year around. Stock
Steers. Fresh Cows. Stock Bulls, Stock Hogs,
Br *m! Sows and Sheep bought and sold at my
yards and stables on Bloomcry Pike, 5 squares
Highest Price lor Wool.
Feb, it. 189*.
The Confectionery Store of
Has an elegant assortment of
Candies of all kinds, and prices cheap. Have
on hand Whitman’s Superio-Confections,
Bon Rons, Chocolatesnnd Fine Mixtures
FIIV1 TS AND NUTS.
A large supply of Nuts, Raisins, Citron Cur
rants. Figs. Dates, Oran es, Lemons,
Uraros and Bananas.
a Specialty. Plain and Ornamental Cakes al
ways on hand.
TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY
Such as Dolls, Games, Books, Toilet Sets,
Vases, Cups and Saucers, Mugs, Rubber
Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks,
Tea Sets. Bisques, Baskets. Plush
Goods, Wagons. Sleds, Veloc
ipedes, Ac., Ac.
Ice Cream and Oysters in Season,
Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to
merit a continuance,
1 am Respectfullv.
June 13. 1891. GUSTAV BROWN.
CH Alt EES TOWN
GREEN - HOUSE.
I have now taken charge of the Green House
Opposite IT iN. O. Freight Depot
and have also made arrangements with one of
THE LARGEST FLOWER GROWERS
in the country, whereby I will he prepared,
after December 20th. ls;*5, to furnish
ALL KiN PS OK CUT FLOWERS FOR WED
DINGS FUNERALS AND ALL
All 1 want i- TWENTY-FOUR HOURS' NO
TICE. and I will deliver at your house any
kind of (lower you may need. My prices low
and I solicit your patronage.
Don't foreet the place—close to the B. A 0.
larles Town W. Y.t
C. M. WORTHINGTON,
Dec. 11 t8fti>—3ni. Manager.
Wanted in exchange for Lumber 20,000 feet
of OAK. 20.000 feet of WALNUT and500bbls.
Pec 7. 1892 W. F. A T. P. LIPPITT.
The tin-’ rsi/ned will do whitewashing upon
reason.-.S' erins, and do it well. Address
WM H. BRENT,
Ma »3. Charles Town.
fitgima |rcc fress.
Governor MacCorkle Calls Attention to
an Extensively Circulated
T> the Eilitor of tne Wheeling Register.
Charleston, W. Va., February 16.—Iu
a large number of State papers a statement
bas been made that there were 530 unem
ployed convicts iu the penitentiary. This
statement was made under a misapprehen
sion, but has been copied extensively all
over the State and it places the State ad
ministration in rather a bad light. As a
matter of fact, the institution has been more
nearly self-sustaining during this adminis
tration than it has ever been iu its history;
If it had not not been for a change brought
about by one of the parties employing labor
iu the penitentiary every male convict
therein would have been employed. Even
under the great disadvantages attending la
bor at the present day, we have only 100
unemployed convicts, and, wilhin a short
time, they will be employed. The are 545
convicts in the penitentiary. Of these,
there are 20 United States convicts who
cannot be employed, which reduces the
whole number of State convicts to 525.—
277 convicts are employed under contract.
At State work there are 62 Of the last,
there are 15 in the laundry, four in the ba
kery, five in the boiler room, ten in the
kitchen ana dining room, uiree iu u:e »uw
shop, and the rest in the buih.ing of the
south cell building, iu the dispensary ami
commi-ary, There are employed fourteen
in the hospital. Outside of this number,
there are some unemployed not able-bodied
convicts. The fourteen women in the pen
itentiary are fully employed, and the peo
pie who are employed in the penitentiary
by the State are absolutely necessary to the
carrying on of the State’s business iu and
about the institution, and if they did not
use convicts they tvould be compelled to hire
just that number of people.
1 make this statement because, as I say
above, this statement has been widely copied
all over the Slate and does the administra
tion very great injustice. I think, within a
very short time, that wo will have every
convict in ilie institution at work.
Wsi. A. M’Coiikle,
The same <\i tigress which gave the Sec
retary of the Interior an allowance for pen
s'ons in excess of his request has signalized
itself by attacking the claims of the M. E.
Church, South, for damages to its publish
ing bouse in Nashville. The Book concern’s
printing property was seized by Gen.
Thomas, used for two veaas without com
pensation and thc-u returned to its owners,
the church. There was no confiscation.—
Better ground for a war clam than one pre
ferred by a non-combatant and a religious
organization at that would be hard to im
agine, yet an attempt is made to evade pay
ment by the charge that Southern Metho
dist* were disloyal. Three Congrtsses
have recognized the justice of tlii-* claim,
but, by hook or crook, it has always been
defeated and will probably In- defeated again.
—Hinton Free Lance.
♦ <X.v ♦
Lightning Hot Drops—
What a Funny Namei
Very True, but ft Kills Ah .’ ain.
Sold Everywhere. Every Day
Without Relief, There is No Pay!
Counting votes and pairs there were -18
Senators for mid -11 against the free silver
on the recent vote I’ln- m j oitv f<»r tree
silver was ju-l 7 Yet mi the free silver side
were the 11 Senators from the s:tge brush
States of Nevada, Wyoming, the Dakotas,
Idaho, Montana and Utah, representing
only it little over 1,000,000 of the 70,000,
000 of people in the country. But for the
11 votes of those States the Senate vote
would have shown a majority of 7 against
tho er ze. Taking the latest estimates of
population for a basis, and counting lVnn
ByiYAniu its one nan r i irt'i* auvrr, »mui is
certainly no*, true, tli vote again-t the mad
ness represented nearly 11,000,000 majority
of tbe people.—X Y. World
- -Uk. *
When Ha’.\ was sick, \vo g.i I. rt'a-Coru.
Wlien she wa Call 1, she cri 1 f ir Can' oru.
When elie became Mi s she ctm ; to Castoria.
When slio bad Children, she &\\ o them Cant< ■; ia.
Vick’s Floral Guide for 18% is a marvel
for beauty, completeness and iientres* Tbe
illustrations tire not distorted, but engraved
from the plant, or flower, iti its season. The
varieties catalogued are quite complete and
the descriptions remarkably accurate. The
old, p ipular and reliable liou-e offers a large
va'itty of flowering plants, trees and shrubs,
garden vegetables, small and orchard fruits,
ornamental or forest trees or seeds, farm
s *eds, and all material usually found in an
up-to-date, bustling seedsman's headquar
ters. $end 10 cents for catalogue to James
Vick’s Sons, of Rochester, S. Y , which may
be deducted rote first ord r, making it real*
The pay rolls of the Roanoke Machine
Works for the month of January aggregated
$70,422, which is $2,000 in excess of any
previous month in tbe history of the shops.
This is Ropoke’s largest industry, l ut many
other manufacturing enterprises there are
in full blast. It doesn't look as if the Wil
s >n bill bad militated against the industries
of the country; or that Mr. Cleveland’s
maintenance of the crpdit of our govern
ment had prostrated business.
What is known as the San Jo-e scale, a
fatality among fruit trees, lias made its ap
pearance in Berkeley county. Specimens
have been sent to Professor Hopkins, of the
State University, to inspect and suggest a
Children Cry for
What is '
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher’s prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years’ use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children’s Panacea-tho Mother’s Friend.
“Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of its
good effect upon their children.”
Da. G. C. Osooon,
« Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tiio day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and usa Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcingopium,
morphine, soothing syrup anil other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sendiug
them to premature graves."
Dn. J. F. Ki-vcncnoe,
. Conway, Ark.
“ Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
know n to me.”
IT. A. Aucheh, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
“ Our physicians in tho children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their expert
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
a:.d although we only hare among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, ret we arc free to confess that tho
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it.”
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C. Smith, Pret.,
Tho Ccntanr Company, TI Murray su sei, new xoruiacy.
NJl-W Nsrfo® stern 8.R
Schedule In Effect bee. I, ISOS.
LEAVE CHARLESTOWN, W. VA.. DAILY
—SOUTH AND WESTBOUND—
No. 3. No. 5 No. 27
8.40 a. m. 11.35 p. in. 5.17 p. m
No. 4. No. 0. No. 28.
7.41 p, tu. 0.35 a. in. 9.41 a. in
OHIO, INDIANA, ll LI NO IS
wr ■ r '_N,
ARKANS AS. C LIEORNIk
^ T - XAS. ^
he WEST. KORTII WEST, SOUTH-fLS"
FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS
AND EPAIGRANT TICKETS.
w-THE best route to the
NORTH AND EAST.
HIM AN VESTtr.ULEn COACH - S
A*. > SLEEPING CARS
TEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE
CHEAPEST, BEST A ft l* QUICKEST LINE
Write for K:;tes, Mnpv Time-Tables. Descriptive
Pamphlets, to an>• Station Agent, or to
VV. B. BCVILL, ALLTN MULL. V.r. BAAGG,
G«n. Pass. Agt Div. P.--* Ar.t- Trav. Pass. Agt
ROANOKE, VA. COLUMSUS, 0. ROANOKE, VA.
Tbos. C. Earnshaw. B. Frank Dooley
EARNSHAW & DOOLEY,
CHAKI.ES-TOWN, W. VA.,
Cooking & Heating Stove.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Waro.
Repairing promptly attended to.
Rooting and Spouting a
We don't use small tin and we want every
body to know it. The reason why we don't is
that if you have small tin put on your roof
the more seatns you will have and the more
leaks will be in your roof. Call on us and we
will prove to you that large tin is the best to
put on your roof. Our work in the past is our
June 13.1891. EARXSHA W & DOOI.EY.
MEALS AT ALL LEGAL HOURS.
Roast, Stew, Bake, Broil.
Artistic cooking for private families a specialty.
My motto is that of George Washington
and the Jesuit,
“Exitus acta probat."
South George street,
Opp. livery of Carter House.
Jan. 22, 1890.
Window-sashes, blinds, doors etc., of the
old Methodist Church. Apply at this office.
June 7. 1893.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Time Table in effect May 12th, 1895, until fur
NORTHBOUND. 420* 408* 440*
Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass.
Lv Lexington. G 00am 2 00pm
Staunton. 7 48am 3 47pm
Harrisonburg.. 8 52am 4 53pm
New Market.... 9 35am 5 43pm
Mt. Jackson.... 9 51am G 01pm
Woodstock. 10 lfiam 6 29pm
Strasburg. 10 48am 7 ( 2pm
Capon Road ... 10 57ani 7 11pm
Middletown.... 11 12am 7 27pm
Winchester. G 00am 11 43ani 8 00pm
Stephenson. 6 09am 11 53am 8 llprn
Charles Town. G 46am 12 31pm 8 51pm
Ar Harper’s Ferry 7 08am 12 68pm 9 15pm
Washington ... 9 20am 2 53pm 11 25pm
Baltimore. 10 40am 3 50pm 12 4 am
Philadelphia... 12 55pm 6 08pm 3 50am
New York. 3 00pm 8 25pm 6 52am
Mixed Trains Nos. 444 and 490 leave Charles
Town at 2.12 a. m. and 4.23 p. m., stopping at
all stations, and arriving at Harper's Kerry at
2.50 a. in. and 5.14 p. m.
On Sunday mixed train leaves at 10.40 p. m.
t and arrives at Harper’s Ferry 11.20.
SOUTHBOUND. 119 ftOO US
Stations. Pass. Pass. Pass.
Lv New York. 12 15am 11 30am
Philadelphia... 7 55am 1 35pm
Baltimore. 4 GOam 10 15am 4 20pm
Washington.... 11 30am 5 30pm
Harper's Ferry 8 00am 1 30pm 7 55pm
Charles Town. 8 24am 1 55pm 8 19pm
Stephenson. ... 9 02am 2 33pm 9 00pm
U’inr.lw.ito'. O 1 9 .1 Hr.tn (I Kh.m
Middletown.... 9 45am 3 10pm
Ar Capon Hoad.... 10 <X»ain 3 31pm
Sirasbnrg. 10 09am 3 40pm
Woodstock. 10 47am 4 09pm
Mt. Jackson ... 11 18am 4 36pm
New Market.... 11 36am 4 53pm
Harrisonburg.. 12 23pm 5 4‘>pm
Staunton. 1 53pm 7 05pm
Lexington . 3 51pm 8 52pm
Mixed Trains Nos. 443 and 491 leave Charles
Town at 3.56 a. m. anil 8.51 n. in., and arrive
at Harrisonburg at 10.50 a. m. and 6.38 p. m.
On Sunday mixed train leaves at 8.43 a in.
and arrive at Harrisonburg at 3.00 p. m.
•Daily except Sunday.
Train 408 connect* at Harper's Ferry with
Fast Limited Express train leaving at 1.05 p.in
arriving at Pittsburg 8 45 p. in anil at Chicago
i 1.05 a.m., next morning with train leaving
at 5.19 p. m. arriving at Cincinnati at 7.45 a m.
8t. Louis 6 00 p. m., and connects at Weverton
with train arriving at Hagerstown at 2.11 p.m.
and at Washington Junction with train arriv
ing at Frederick at 1.55 p. m.
Train 416 connects with Fast Vestibule train
at Harjier's Kerry at 9.59 p in. for Chicago, at
10.50 p. m. for Pittsburg, and 1.59 a. m. for
Cincinnati and St. Louis. Arrive at Pittsburg
at 7.00 a. in , Chicago at 9.45 p m., Cincinnati
at 5.00 p. m., anil St. Louis at 6 30 p. in.
Pullman Palace SleepingCars are run through
to Cincinnati. St. Lotus, Chicago and Pittsburg
on all express trains.
For rates, tickets, baggage checked, apply to
any oflice of the B. A O. Railroad, or to C. K.
Dudrow. Traveling Passenger Agent, Win
R. B. CAMPBELL, General Manager.
CHA8. O. SCULL, Gen'l Passenger Agent
Juxe 12, 1895.
Pianos and Organs.
If you want a first-class Piano or Organ,
Fully Warranted in all Respects, Boxed and
Shipped from the Fctory Direct, call on or
write me a postal. I will TAKE YOUR OR
DER and at Prices and Terms to suit you.—
You will not be compelled to keep the instru
nient we send you if not satisfactory.
STIEFF . IANOS. NEW YORK PIANOS.
Catalogues at No. 5 Mildred Street.
J. H. NOLAND,
April 17. 1895. Resident Agent.
To sell NON-NICOTINE MIDGET CIGARS.
Samples free. Salary or Commission. Good
side line. Address, LANDIS A CO..
Kel». 20, 1895. Shippcnsburg, Pa. i,
Charles Town Real Estate
A. G. WYNKOOP,
Real Estate Agent.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY ppg^.
Offices in Real Estate Exchange Buildin* a’
posite Carter House, *’ UP’
Charles Town, Jefferson County, We« ^
Below are a few of the properties now
ray books for sale. I am having a good
inquiries for farms. If you want to sell
property come to see me: 1 "
No7. 200 A. with Peach Orchard. Priced
200 acres within one-fourth mile of R p
depot. 3,000 Peach Trees 2 and 3 years o’d
500 Grape Vines of different varieties •
Apples, Plums, Apricots and Pears.
above frost line contiguous to the well-knar?
peach belt of Maryland; tine spring
small dwelling and packing house pr
$4,500—One-third cash, balance in 1 and ’ rn I
Call and get particulars. This is a bargain] I
No. 34. 250 Acres. $5 00c, I
Good New Dwelling and Outbuildin g Fen I
attached; large deposits of first-class Iron On I
right to 100 acres adjoining . one-half of the
above land is in timber. Price $20 |>er acre
No. 14. Building and 27 Acres. $3^
Good 2 story (basement) brick dwellin*
contains 12 or 14 rooms ; good well and cister
milk house, smoke house, ice house, stable
good orchard, 3 tenement houses ; also W
brick mill and frame addition ; within htl
mile of depot and 5 miles from Charles Tots
Terms fl.OtX) cash, balance on time. Theverr
place for summer boarders from the city. ‘
No 13. Pressed Brick Front Dwelling, $5^,
Washington, D. C.
On K St. N. E., New Pressed Brick 2-j:orv
metal roof dwelling, marble steps, front rani
and shai^e trees; 0 rooms and bath room
heated by furnace. $1,000 or $1,500 ca>-h, ^
as to balance.
No. 83. Brick Dwelling and 2IO Acn.-. (Jlcpei
A large first-class Jefferson county farm, fiat
Brick Building, Barn, Ac., Ac.; line orchard
farm well fenced and all in good condition- I
unce on time with interest.
No. 15. One-hnif Acre an«l Buildings. $t>
Mildred St., Charles Town. W. Va.
” Fir>t-class, large 2-story Frame Metal R
Dwelling; 9 rooms and bathroom; steam In
cistern on porch and hydrant water; bea r..:,
lot; apples, peaches, pears, plums, apricus
Ac. One-third cash, balance in 1 and 2t«
No. 1G. Washington Street. $-’.,'M
Large Frame Metal Roof Dwelling I dL f.
lot 9t ft. front, running through ami frunir.*
91 ft.on Liberty St.; fine fruit—apples, pe» Le
quinces, Ac. $1,000 cash, balance on time
Tliis is tine property.
No. 18J. West Street.
A neat 1J story Frame Metal Roof Dwelling
well located. Terms, one third cash, balant
in 1 and 2 years.
No. 523. Desirable for Plant.
11 acres of land in Cliarles Town, alonp-d*
B. A 0. R. R. depot. Railroad switch belong
to the plant. This is an exceedingly d«irabu
property for plant purposes.
No. 89. 80 Acres finely improved /wind, t',000.
80 acres finely improved land, of a superior
quality, adjoining Charles Town, in first-class
condition. Beautiful building sites.
No. 90. 175 Acres near Hancock M<1. $25 per A
175 acres, mostly level land, 1 mile ea»t o(
Hancock, Md. B. A O. R. R. sw itch on land,
holds G cars. Running water, never-failinj
springs. This land is underlaid with a tin*
quality of brown stone suitable for line Imiid
No. 91. 150 Acres Timber Land. $q*rA
150 acres good timber laud on line of Berks
ley Springs branch of B. A O. R. R. Them
a iirie white sulphur spring on this land n«
the railroad. A line situation for a sumw j
No. 88. Woolen Factory. fJ.W
Woolen Factory with 12 or 15 acres of land
improved by one 8-room, one 7-room, and ort
6-room house. Three miles from railroad —
One-third cash, balonce in one and iwo years.
No. 91. 1053 Acres of Coal and 110,000.
1G53 Acres of Coal anti Timber I-and in Ka
nawha county, W. Va.. within four wilt* af 1
railroad. This land is located in the beat:;.! \
ing section of the West Va coal belt and (’ i I
present indications will double in value in a ■
short time. It is a great bargain and will be
offered at this price for a short time only. Th<
owner would exchange this trie t for a pool
Jefferson county farm.
No 32. One-balf Acre and Ini- Price $200)
provements in Charles
Town, W. Va.
One-half acre of land lying at the oo*n«
of the Smilhfield Tuanpike ami the N. A »
R. it. Improved by a railroad siding law*
well-built building Goxto feet. A very jarp
cistern, stable and other buildings. Alaolafp
Fairbanks scales ami an engine and boiler
good running order. Thfs ik adedndilelocatKS
vit a factory or steam mill, and is clieap a’.
$2,Out)—on reasonable terms.
No. 28. George St., Charles Town W. \a
Frame dwelling 21x42 feet. Metal roof. Set
rooms and pantry. Cistern ami town *»i«
Tw o stories ; carriage house, wood aim*,
house, and a double shop. Also a two-jofj
frame house with shingle roof, cistern,
tjize of lots: No 1 106x151 and No. 2 W I
improved with choice fruit such a* *I‘P 1
pears, plums, damsons, grape*, Ac. T!
Bargain— $5,000— on reasonable terms. 1,
No. 92. 419 Acres. $5 00 per a*
419 acres 3 miles from Myerstown, Jeffer*
Co.. W. Va. 30 acres of it cleared and -
acres tillable Improved by a 2-storTff*18'
dwelling, corn crib, meat house, Ac, Theft
a good spring and two streams of water*®
place. Two school houses within one inn*
the property. Terms, one-third 'ash, » ir
Enclose stamped envelop*- with youraddf**
Examine my advertising columns i»
hpirit of Jefferson and Fanner's Advocate.
I represent first-class Fire Insurance C
_! * _.i_:,i Wheni*
iv nui r
policy crjiirtf, if you will confer witn nie,
save you money. _ ^
Clone attention given to the ""Alt'1
claims." Kents collected. • , tV
When you write about property PT*
number. All inquiries promptly
A. 0. W YXKOOP,
Real Estate Ag*
Charles Town, Jefferson Co., W.
P. 0. Box 207.
8ept. 11,1H05. __ |
HORRIBLE COUCH! I
Go ftt once and get a bottle of
P RIM L E Y ’ S 8 P E E l) Y C U Bi
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS.
CHOULO you buy a bottle and it [:i
U giveaatisfaction. on the return oi' ^ ,
bottle we will cheerfully refund the pr> JJ
for it in other goods. Sold by G. T. LI .
I )RIMLEY'S Sarsaparilla sold on twg
Jt plan, by
I) RIM LEYS Iron and Wahoo Bitttf*
A on the same plan by 0 T L'
For Kent. !
Two comfortable BRICK D\t ELLIS'®^
Fairfax boulevard. Six rooms in un
reduced to $t per month Apply^p
Aug. 21, 18M. R**1 E‘tat<
For Sale—A Beautiful Hon* ■
and Store House.
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