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^ [For the 8p?ritof Joffi>r?on J the . father in heaven ! J humbly bow Before^Plfy "bright throne to wotahip th*e now, The ctTvjinp J tiring-, ?uiali though it be, Is oik red in faiih ana humility. A heart th it j* broken, contrite and Ircc, 1* the l?Uil > tier, .hafvto Thee. WouudfU in i*|jii i. 1 i-il at Tay feet, Hoping-, dc^r feavior, thy presence to meet. From pa' rOwa that gtieve met carca that opprcM, I pr^y J uee relieve iue and my ?oul bie**. At ply the sweet balm that flo*a iroin ab^ve, To uiy ^riet-afritken heart, Savior ol luvc. . O let me ace but one rmile of Thy fiuv, Add toj-tc (he *ieb pl*-*?ure??ol pnd uiner grace. 0 iet uie tuarbut nn^sotH'I ? i Th> Voice At the mu?ic ol wnkh A1 gel* iejo.ee 5 Then will my gU?d *-ul in ecatacy riae And echot e aon*r l?at ring* th ??n^h the alciea? From ttfi rnw Hud ?in my miui aha1! be irce? 77un ^ul i be huppy.&Aviou i? Tmkc. J. A. M. F. Haipcr'* Ferry. T HUMOROUS. "And he Passed on to Sliunem." The wuid< of the text, aiy lieare s, you wilt fiod iu 11 Kii gs, chapter i >', vcn-e 8?" And Iw .^tsscd osi to SliiMiem.'' 1 ato to Wnrt t!-p lesson our text teacher, and whin e t p :tio st y you, and evils lie iu Wait to ensua-e yon. "pas* on to Shtm'i w." When V'ni e-.' nien f wa-b fi:;i t hi: and breaking lie dsand stick.- and hear tbeiii c irs ins and fWo-niVi;?mind the words of tho text and ''jiiiss on to Sltuu "em." And oh! my bearers?if you should come into one of our little towns and behold a row vf nice little olficcs with tin signs on the doors Ot each, and hear men talking of attachments .without affection*, and sequestrations witl:o it quiet ?ah. n-1 seise yours and never theirs ? ah. an 1 about eternally iroini; to law?all, I will b ? 11 y-.tir | r' lit to mind the words of the jif'.pWf. and "pass ou to Shiin'eni." A'nl i: yui j ? niund where the merchants are?all. and they tush out to shake bands with' y.-ii. an I are especially anxious to learn the condition of your wile's health and the children's and i!ie worms and the crops, and offer to sell V' U a little hill id' goods a good deal lowjr I ti.it> their cost on account of their love for you aud lor cash?alt?"pass on to Shun'em." ? Ratiisr Oai. v -us.?At a revival cxcite meut in C"tniec:tcut, a responsible old lady Was struck wttii conviction and liecatne a con vert and wa- proposed t'*r ineinbirs'tip of the efiurch There was a meeting held for the exain uitig .>| the ean.liil itss, uf whom there were several iu attendance. "Well, my dear sister Hogeis." said the venerable friend, '?please retaie your experience." The old lady, on b- ing thus addressed, lift ad up her voice. "Weil." said she, "I don't know what to say. as I told my hu-band. Mr. Rogers, before 1 came lu re, but I believe I have e?pe.'eftccd a change. sr? I told .Mr. Ro gers, iny i u-'iand. at er i can.e home frota meeting, when 1 lircnii - convinced that I was tba most ain'ul creature in the world, as I told my hushmd. .Mr llo^eis. tutu says lis, I tiiiiik so too. 'I l.e.i I toi l Mr. Risers, my husband 1 was afiiiia to le.el ii:defect iiic, ira* goltt to tiim my <.i111j> ud have it burining agin the bii.ijr.. to ivrat! T'wtt. Mr lingers, my i:us*?iiel. slid lie didn't see what I wanted of another. 1 ? 11; l.e didn't make no objection.? Then I told Mr. Rogers, my hnsbaml. that I would j in the church and prep te myself for the place where the worm iltein not and the fire is not i-quenched ; and u.y husband, Mr ilogers, told uie I'd bcttet .'* No OuNDKRINO lloi> ? At a parish meet ing iu OLe of I he towns in I lie in crior of Penn sylvania, where a new meeting house bad just been elected, the q iesiini was asitated With respect to having a lightning rod put up.? Opinions were fret'y interchanged, and tbe project seemed to meet with general favor, until an influential and wealthy old German thus let himself swing: ?Now gentle ineus, 1 tells you vot I links. I link we hash been to mtuli trouble and ex pensh. and uoue hash gin tollars more as 1, to build a church for te Lord, and next Sun day we gives it to him. and if lie will tlunder duwa bis own hou.-e. deu I says, let him dunder away?I gives no vote not uiunish for dumiering i..d !' 'ibis speech proved a settler of tbe ques tion, the enterprise was abandoned, the meet ing was adjourned sine dir. and the worthy parishioners harmonized beautifully' over a glass of lager at the village iun. A Good Jokk?When Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer in Illinois, lie anil the Judgn once got to b;?uter:ii!? one another about tra ding Horses, and it was agreed that the next ui .-riling -it 9 o'clock.tliey should make a trade, the horsOs 'o be unseen up to that hour, and lio backing out. under a lorfeit ol S-5. At the hour appointed, ilie Judfie came up, lead ing the soniest looking specimen of a horse over seen in tho.-e parts. In a few minutes, Jlr Lincoln "was seen approaching with a wooden saw horse on his shoulder. Great weie the shouts aDd laughter of tlie crowd, and both were ^reifly increased. wl.en Mr. L'nc In, on siirvpyin;' tin* J mice's animal.set d>>v n tii- s w hoi.-e. and ext-la'tiied, "Well, Jmi^e. this is the Hist time I ever got the worst ol it 1:1 a hotsc tladc. ? An Irishman driven to desperation bv the stringency of the money market, and the high price of provisions. ] rocured a pistol and j touk to the toad. Meeting a traveller, he ! stopped him with - Your money or your hie." ' ''Seeing Pat was srreeu." he said, "I'll tell you ( what I'll do?I'll -jive you all toy money for that pistol." "Agreed." l'at received the money, and handed over the pistol. "Now," ; said the liavelier "hand ba.-k that money or I'll blow your brains out." "IJIaze away, my hearty," said l'at, "uivcr a taste of powder there's iu it. ' The New Tor. ? S.'evey was playing with liis uew top one Sunday, when li ? mother said to him : "Stevy. don't your conscience tell you it is wroiit: 11 play with your top on Sun day?" "No ma'am," answered Stevy. "Very well said his mother; "if your consience duti't tell you it is wn?ug. o(> on." Stevy put down bis top, aud sat some in ments patiently waiting. After a while be took it up ajraiu, aud said : "Well. I uuess 1 mii?ht as wel go ou with my plu^ Uun'i bear my coi.sience say anything." Neitueb?A Dutchman once met an' Irishman on a lonely iiigur.;:y ; us tluy u.ct each smiled, t'liukini; they knew the other Pa>. on seeing h's uiisiuke, remarked with a look of disappointment: "Faithan' 1 thought it was you au' you thoueht it was me. an' its UiV'liT ov us." The llutchni.ni leplit-d :? '?y?w. das dhru; I an) anundner uiuu. und you ish not yourself; we pe b.ith sjuij other j udies!" ? A lady who had re id of the manufac ture of odometers. to teil li.iur far a carriage hail run, she said she wished some genius woiM iureut an irotrumctit to tell uow l ?r [ 1'U-baiiJs had Luim in ?'??? evening when they ? ju;t s'epped down to ili.- I'o-i Otfiee. ? The baud that c^n mate a pie is a con tinual fiSi'. ? >k? hjrVv ;pan t,h?t ynjoii** it. | M.I8.GE L L A NK O U 8. ?xroTJisro- :M::ErBr Wio are detlroa of prcparlnr themwWe, practically lot tba Actual Duties or ?boald attend tha BEYANT, STMTTOH & SADLER SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE, yo. 8 Forth Charles Street, DALiTlMOEE. MD. The lBMt complete and thoronjfh'T ,ppo*nted Col lect of Bntineea la tbo country, and tlia only lnult? tioa of ACTUAL PRACTICE lu tha Staiour imrrlan*. Our court# of lnatructlou la wholly practical and arranged to meet tbe demand of the ago; being con duced upou a thorough syatem of ACTBAt, BUSINESS PRACTICE. Affording to Student* the facilities of a practical Btxaiueaa Education, by meant* of banks, repre senting money, and all the forma of buu> neaa paper, ancb aa Notes, Draft*. Ac.. together with Business Offices to represent tho principal d epartmeat* - of trade and ^ commercc. COURSE OF studt; The cnrricnlnm of atudy and practice In thia Insti tution la the result of many yeara of experience, and the beat combination'of business talent to be found In the country. It cmbracca BOOK-KEEEPINO IN ALL ITS DB F A8T3ISNT8 AND APPLICATIONS. COMMERCIAL LAW. COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC. SPENCERIAN BU8LNES8 WRITING. With incidental instruction is tbe principles of POLITICAL ECONOMY, And a thorough training In BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE The standard of Business Writing is adopted and taught in its purity at thia Institution, by one of the most experienced and suc cessful teachers of Businees and Ornamental Penm nahip in the coun ry. STUDENTS Can enter at any time, as there aro no vacations.? Special individual iubtructxon to all Student*. THE CELEBRATED PA YSOti. D'UNTOH & SCR1BN ER'S ? S"\^.V_V*KS and Officially adopted and uned in our Institution, aro vxaunrAssm nr any ut the mxuket. Five kinds. Samples for 20 cents. Per Gross, $1.50. Quarter Gross Boxes, 60 etf. Trcpaid to any addrcee. No. &&, Lno smooth joints, adapted to school purposes and general writing No. 453. The National Pen. 3Icdium points,, for common use. No. S. The Ladies* Pen. Very fine nnd elnatlc. For Jard Writing, Pen Drawing, and lino Orna mental Work, this Pen is unequaled. No. 117. Tho Kxeelsior Pen. Bmootli points, very Gexible. This Ih tho Pen for tadd, free writ ing, strililrxg oft-hand capitals, flourishing. <?e. N"<"> T. Tho Business Fen Large 6lzo, coarso points, holding a largo quantity of ink The points nr? very round, and d.? not Mick into the : ift per and sp-tlcr the ink like most other coarso i'rns Tho trado supplied at the lowest wholesale rates. For further particulars send for ColUf/e Journal. Special Circular and Splendid Specimti.* cf Penman thfji, 'vcuclosiug two letter btnmpa.) Addrcts THE BRYANT, STRATICN & SADl CR BVSIMZSS COLLEGE. raltimore, Md? January 6, !S09- ly ? NEW STOCK OF GOODS! At Summit Point, Jefferson Co., W. Ya. BOUGHT FOR 'J iie CA?I1! V)l"/Eaie now opening a full and complete stock * ' of well selected goods?thut co imot be ex celled by any other Store in the Valley or country around us. Our line of LADIES' DltESS GOODS, in composed of Alnacna, Lawns, Lenos, Poplins, Mozambique?, Shallies. Persian Cloth, Oi gaudies. Bombazines.Delaines, Reps, French Percale.Ging hams. he.. .laconeits. Tarlctons, Swias and Barred Mus 1 ins, Marseilles; also a lull and SELECT VARIETY OF NOTIONS. such a9 Hosiery, GIovvp, Frrndi Corsetts. Hoop Skirts, Linen Handkerchief*, Braids' Buttons and Trimmings, &c.. c. A full stock of DOMESTIC GOODS, comprising, in part, Bleached nn?l Brown Muslins, Woolrn, Cotton and Linen (iix ds. Floor Matting and Oil riot'' : also, a generalar.sortm *nt of <! KX TLKMEX'Jj WEAR ?m piece or Ready -Made. A heavy stock of BUOTS, SHOW and MATS -lor Ladies, G* ntleinen. Misses, Boys and Children. A Complete stock ol Queeu1 ware. Wooden-ware. Hardware ; and a stock of HARNESS. such as Hid ing aud Hhnd Bridles, Collars, Lilies ni <| Bark bands, 3*c. A large stock of FUKNITURE, snrh as Cottage Bedsteads. Wardrobes, lli.rcaua. Tin Safes,Chairs, R?>ckcrs, frashsUnda, &o., at pricea that we can guarantee. A FULL STOCK OF GROCEIUFS?, boeii n?-Su?ar?ol a 11 ?jrad# p, Rio, Java anil Lajroy ih CoflVe. Teas of the best quality. Ui t>, Syrups. Salt, ^c., all of which we are < ffe-fng at very short P'('fit-? for Caf=h or Produce, am* w?* ask our Irmnds and customers to irive us a trial before purchasing elsewhere. HJLLEARY, WILLSON fy JOHNSON. April 28. lbbS. 1 NO II U 31 BIG II E R E ! CLOSING OUT SALE OF MY ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS, REGARDLESS OF COST. SACK OVERCOATS?All Wool Gray Linsev Sack Overcoats $7. Fine^lack Cloth do. $7 50 to S9, Pitercham do. ?10 FBOCK OV KKCOATS ? All Wool Gray Linsey Frock Overcoat* very heavy Black Ca??i mere Ho 8 60 to ? 9, Fine Black Cloth do. ?9 50. iMEN'S Bl'Sl.NESS feAl'KS.- Ilravy Fancy Cassi nett ?4. do. Gray Linsey $4, do Black Capsi luerc ?4 50. do. Fancy Caesimerc 5 t)0, 5 50, 6 .6 50 and ?7 00. MEN'S PANTS ?All Wool Gray Linsev $2 25, Very heavy Caasinett $' SO, do. All Wool Caa simere* (mm S3 50 up. MEN'S VESTS ?Verv heavv Fancy Cassinet from $ I ud do. Gray Factory Goods S I 50. do. Fan cy All Wool Casaimeres 1 60 to $2. BOYS' CLOTHING.?Jacket* $2 up, Coata ?3 50 up. Pant* Si 50 lip, Piiereharn Overcoats LADIES'frONTAGS 75 ct*, worth Si 25; llooria 40 eta. worth 55*. do. 45 c:s. worth 60; do AO eta, worth 75; Children'* do. 50 cte, worth 70; Capes ?1, worth SI 50 Ladies' Cloaks at one half their retail value. All the above goods and a good manv oti era too numerous to mention, will b? sold regardless to coat. Those wishing* great bargains will do well to rail eariy, at the old stand formerly occupied by J P Brown as Post-Olfice, adjoining Humphrey Keyes' residence J. GOLDSMITH. January 19, 1368. F P. LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS, IN MY LINE, EVER EXHIBITED IN CHARLESTOWN! CHRISTMAS GOODS-RARE ATrRlCTlOXS! ^'HEsubwriber having juat returned from the I city with one of tb?- handsomest assortments of Guo-la in his line it liaf been his pleasure to select, oflera th? in at greatly renuctd price*? lower even thar. eity prices. Ciine and be convinced, and you will fiuil >11 tide* kkaiuiful and attractive, s iii> thing t>> suit youner and old gay and sedate. f>??n't I< t such an opportunity go by unimproved, or y? ? ii may c? rtninly havers use to regret it. 1 wi.| t:?ko the greatest pleasure in showing you any g.Kida you may desire to see. tell you the i rice cheerfully, and sell you the goods much more cheerfully. Don't think it any trouble to me to ohow goods; I am always ready to attend to the wunis of the people in my line. QC?-Thankful for past patrouage, I soil* i? a con tinuance of the tame favors. L. D1NKLE. Charleatown, December 22, 1SC8. CLOTHING F0RTIIE MILLION! 1 SHALL sell my entire at ock of Clothing at pri-c? cheaper than the cheapest. A lso. my Fail and Winter Dress Goods at less tl an c st. and all other Goods at correspondingly low figures J?**ary 2?, l#i. 8. A. HAMBURGER ?l IS C BIfl A N E OPS. ^ROSADALIS, , TEB GHEAT Blood Pcri?cr,,: cpnra | Scrofula in-its Various J~ori*s, l 6CCH A3 CoimiiBpflwi la Its CaHler lUftsi, Enlargement f ir.a Laceration of fie Glands Joints. Bases, Kidneys, litem, CVonle Rheumatism, Lnptlons cf tL,? Skin, Ctronlc iorafyes, Lz iiW. i o zzz izjXo l?J ALL ITS FOR.V3 DISEASES OF ll'OJIEX, i Lott 'f AmytUe. SleJk F'adac^*. T.i-*r rxm J'uln s.? t'e J'ark. L.^ruUmu iii L fc% O/ct A CrNEHAL EAD H2AI.T2. aad u'.l diseases of (ho ^i::o,i-Trr., essstj &3iAi023.i It is a Porroot Eenovator. f": ^nALTSrsfilof"! rrrry k!rd . cf I na-.'T fin I I... I I *.:i r. e.i.,1 r~?rorta tLo ? c-:l.o t/t/.w.a to n ?.7 condition. J la is Fr.r?*?r." IT ?r^i.Z33, never J p.-wwww?j l~.u.r r~:t I J* not n Tccrct CV-e!; r?*mei*y. i 'ccrcpubiioh ]t / .. ij j;?;? n . vviw . TT;eiirttr!*?ii??filli c 1 r.;o'-..d cath LwUlc F r!ccorrner.cf:J Ly.ika ficc'ccl Faculty and !*sny It Tfcousancfi cf cr C::t Citizens. frrTarTcstim^r.:-.*?< ?-r-.r'i -*_> cure*. ??? I^sajmU* Aui~Je.c for u-iajw^r. rs r.ir.i.3 omy rr DP> J J. LAV/RCnCE ? CO. ZJ4.i Srtl:fmo -c Street, 3AL,Tir.ior.n, mo. '??- r; 9 \-j rrr-;ir': ZrerTr'^ro For sale by ASQUITH & DRO., Chailestown. beptember I, labs?ly. - fIsaac B. Mvbbs [John L. Schii Li.to. ISAAC B. MYERS & Co HIGHLY IMPORTANT! NEWS F O K~CLARKE!! It HERBAS, the deplorable condition of aflfiira V * in Virginia has compelled many of her sons to seek a livelihood ^Isewh^ret we are induced, boinsr ourselves Virginians, t? commence biinineaa in B irryville, Clarke county, among:'thus* whom we know to b b Virginians, holding icutimeuts con - gvni*l to our own The refore, We, the undersigned, would respct fudy inf?*in the citizens of Hjrrvvi lie aud Clarke county, that we have opened at the CLARKRCOUNTY CLOTHING STORE, a fine and well selected stork of Clothiug and HBNTK FUKKIhlftNG G!M?DS, HATS, ROOTS, SIIOKS, TRUNKS & NOTIONS, ALSO, a select supply of Cig \ na and Tobacco. Hoping by close attention t i business to turrit a fair shaie of the public |? iininaje. a nd to become i ent fi-* 1 witu the interest* of the community, we shxll b ? ?rl.t I t i have the citizens call at our SK *V CORN Kit ST< H. K in SI^IiI'h i'ohcIi Factory Ruild ? ing\on A1 ?i?i Street .opposite Mr Carter shepherd's resdenee. 1. MYKRS Ai CO. Septi tuber 8, 1863? ly. Homsher & Prawbaugh. KEAENEYSVII L>E, VA., U A VR always on hand and urc daily replenish ing" their large stock of I3RY GOODS, IJOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY. FILL STOCK OF CHOICE GROCERIES, SALT AXD FISir. IiARD AM) HOLLOW WARE. Give u? a call before purchasing elsewhere, far All parties indebted to us will please call and setr le their bi!ls. Kt-arnry*viile January f, 1869. CO-PARTNERSHIP. r|^HR undersic-ned have entered into a Co Part JL nersbip under the firin of STARRV 4* 1-OCK, for the purpose of conducting the Pioduce t'om lnission and Foi warding Rusincps nt the Chnrlcs tovn Depot. J D. STARRY.* Jan. 15, ISGX. JNO. J. LOCK. To the Farmer?, Millers and ^Others l.\ T11 h CO U X TX i:s of J E F F K It SON itCLA R KE. 1 T AVING M85oei?ifed our-elves in busine** tor the I 1 purposes i?f the above Cmd we will pay for Wheat, Flour, C?*ru and all otlift kinds <?f Produce the h'frhc t market pi ices in C?-!i. or will receive aud torward on Coiumissiou, makixit: sales and ie turns in ttie shortest time STAR!*** & LOCK. Charlestown P >pot, Jan, 15, 166? KNTLfcK'S SULW CUBE, tl^>? lie ver yet f.iiled to cure the severest rasef ? d Cholein, Dvseetery, Cholera Morbus. Diar ihe.i. Flux. Summer Complaint in i liildien, S:r. M itiitfaetured l?v W M Kntl< r k Co Mil*| lieid-towti, V i. Price 35 els per l et tic. Full directions ou cat h liotilc. See cir eulnrs Sitld evervwl ere No cure, no pay Kvery perron shtiuld keep it coustan'ly on tin ml For sale hv CA MPI1KLL fy MASON, Charlestown June *23. ISfi8?lv. UPHOLSTERING. ^T'HE undersigned would respectfully nnnounrc 1 to the citizens of Charli Blown ami vicinity, that lie is prepared to icpair SOFAS, CHAIRS. MATTRASSES. AND VENITIAN BLINDS. All orders left witb Mr. George TV. Sadler, will be promptly attended to. Ocj-AII work warranted to give satirfnciinn. November 3. lt>6S W.T SIMMONS. ATTENTI0NJAR3IERS! If A VING completed such arrangements as are 1 mri-Mary, f am now about to resume opera tions at the. SHANNONDALE DISTILLERY. and will pay the highest Ca*h price foi CORN, RYE and IIOGS Farmers or others having these arti cles fir snle. can apply to me in Charl* stown or at the Distillerv. JOHN AVIS. January of 1869? tf. W ANTED, PERSONS knowing themselves indi bted to me by ACCOUNT or NOTKare r< qui sted to make early payment. TERMS, hereafter. CASII on Hp livery.?accept to prompt monthly customers, from this date, -In uary 1 lSh9 A good stork of GOODS constantly on hand at lowest cash prices. Respectfully, Jan 13, I^feS. W. EBV. CALCIUM_OIL. XGIVE no*ice that I have purchased the exclusive rirf t for the manufacture and sale of this CEL ebrated oil. in the county of J* (T-rson It makes the best light known. ?? non-explosiv* .don't char the wick n ?r black the ehiinney, and wi h ?l is not gre?*v. and is rh^aper than any othrr bu? nmg fluid It is constant I v on exhibition at my store, mav In* tried iu ? very way to test its quality, and is warranird to ?ivr entire salisfaciion. &>-1 w'II he abb* in a abort time to furnish the trao** wiili any quantity at a liberal d:sroont. Call and see it, at L DINKLE'S Frbruarv 2, lSt?9. Jew? Iry .9iore. LOOK HERE! BEING authorised to settle up the o'd business o| Aisqnith & Bro.. I would resp'C-tfullv say to those imteht*d that unless tli* ir accounts aresettled s>H>rtlv after this notice I ? ill pri?ee? d to m ke the same b\ law. I he old firm Is being pressi d for their d?bts and I *ilf eive no further in?1nle-i?n? e. charles w. ai&quitil January ?6. 1869?3t. HAKKR'S (hopping Axes. Trace. Brea t and Ital JM ter Chuns, Haines and Ox Hows, for ^il* bv Janutry 26, lftfrs. McClRDY & DUKE. SCOOP Shovels. Long HandleShovels and a lot of very supei for Manure Forks, just receivrd and fur tale by McCLHDY fe DUKE. 1). UEXPURKX8 * JAS. LAW. HOOFF. Agricultural Implements, FOREIGN AM*. DOILESTIC CHAItLESTOWK, VA. AGRICULTURAL* DEPARTMENT, CoSeiSTfi OF RUSSELL'S REAlyEll A MOWER, Separate or Combined ?with either Rake or Drop per?lor which we are Di.tributins A*enl.. HI'S HELL'S THRESHER & SEPA RATOR. AMU HORSE PO WER, A Wo Sole Agrnts for A'l TIONAL & HOOSIER FODDER CUTTER. The rant popular machine in the Writ. Latest and n uMhirhly improved CIDER MILE PLOWS and PLOW CASTINGJ^ GRA1N DRILLS, With and without Guano Attachment. Ont that will pUcue. OHIO GRINDSTONE*, dirwt from miner* and manulacturcr., with or without Future, aud Stands. PUMPS' ?all kind*?tor Well* or Cisterns; Water Drawers, Chiin antf Tubing1. FAIRBANKS* AND PITTSB-FBG SCALES, at hi inulaciurrrs* prices. CKADLKS AND SCYTHES?Fnglidi and Ameri can. PATENT AD.ICST1BLETINF.. pitchandma NCRE FORKS?latest invention. COR N SH EI .LERS, Snathe.," Wire and Wood Tooth llutse Rak<>. Scoops.Shovel., \\ het Stone., Briar and Bush Hooks, and S<-ytbes. CHURNS OK ALL KINDS, and many other Ma chti>ei au.i Toole, useful Parmer, and other.. ALSO TUntft-KS AMVONIATED PHOSPHATE * KXbEI.SlOK OUAKO. Oihi-r brand.at wholesale prircs. .HARDWARE0 DEPARTMENT, CONSIST. OP IRON. NTKEL. HORSE SHOES, MULE SHOES* IltiRSE NAILS. RAMI'S, BRACES, BrrTS,AI'GURS GIM LET , AIJZES, AXES, COM PASSES. CALIPERS. BUR I>G MACHINES, MORTISE M ACll IN J AUKSORENA S, CHAINS, RAKES. II ames, trow ELS, SCYTHES, NAILS, SPIKES. LOCKS. HINGES BOLTS. FILES, CHISEL'S, LEVELS. PLANES. BEVELS. AN VILS. B (.LOWS. VISES. SCREW PLATES, TIRE BENDERS SCREW WRENCHES, FORKS. SHOVELS S'-OOPS. MAT rOi'K'J. PI KS. HOES. RULES, CHOSS CUT SAWS. MILL SAWS.CIRCl LARSAWS, Hook-Tooth S.iwa, Hand Saws, Coropa". Saw., Whip Saws. Ilatrhrts Hammer*.Draw Knivi *. Spoke Shaves. I lame*. H-rdwure, CVIfici 'I riinm'ner*. Slue Finding.. Mason.' TooIh. Brushes, Cordape. Handle. Cutlery, Drill.. Seal.., With many Housekeeping and FurnUliing Goo<l8 |,iilli Aiti*tiran ?'ml Imported. Thank fill lur past luvoia. we solicit order. for the ub v* named e?x>ds. . _ .".arc!. 3. I^fit. D. HUMPHItFVS & t O. Jonn W. McCuauv.J [J. Ed Duke. Mc?.URDY & I'TTKE, (Succeeds to Hanson &? Duke,) DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Hardware, agricultural implements and MACHINERY, S'JOVES. FER Tl LIKE US. SEEDS, &e. Chatlcsiotvn, Jefferson County, W. Va. | | AVE it* etore and for sale: A complete assortment ol Builders* Hardware, Me chanics' Tools, Tabic and P.* kef Cutlery, Ir?.n ami Mut'l, llor?eand iViuleShora uiid Nails, Fi-rks, Shov rln, SpaOes and IIon, C-iriii4<! Axles, Hubs. Ilims ri.(| Spokts, Shoe Finding:*, Harness Hardware, Cistern Pomp?, Cooking ami Healing Moves, Wooden WHit.aml many arliclis ol Housekeeping and Furnishing' Goods. OUR AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT cmhrans all the latest and most approv. d Imple ments and Machines of all kinds. We are Agents lor McCor inii k's Prite Reaper -?* Mower, Geiser's Thresher and Separator, Bit k'ord Hi ffma it's and Kelt*'i '* Gum <p?n g Grain Drills.allot It Sinclair m C-.'s Manufacture*. Soluble Pacific Guano. Z-ll s IUvv U.?n?: and Super Phosphate ol Lime, Ifatapsco Giihiio and other approved KYrtillS- rn ftj- Cash paid !??? BONES aud OLD IRON. January 1*2, 1869. AlSUlllli ?* WASHINGTON, IEALEBS IN DRUGS. CHEMICALS. PATENT MED ICINES. PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS AND DYE STUFFS. \LW \YS have on hand a complete stock of the itb Ve. Tliey offer for salo one of the must couiph le nasonmentH ? f Drug-gists' FANCY GOODS AND SUNDRIES, in the Lo* er Valley. A beautiful stock of Kerorine Lhinpa, Lanterns, and Latnp Goods. A largesUx k ol Segars and Fiue Chewing Tobacco. Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts entrusted to th? m will he compounded with neat ness and accuracy at a\l hows. K>Sce Bo..k Noti?*e elsewhere. January ?6, 1869. John M. Locke. Mas. Mary C Lupton. American Hotel, HAKEISONBUEG, VA. rpiIISwell known Hotel has been entirely reno JL vated.and the i.ew Proprietors promise that Gue*ts tliall receive every comfort which weil stocked Larders, clean Beds, aud stlentive Seivautft afford. TERMS, $2 50 PEB DAY. November 17, 1S*>3?3in. SII EX A\IIOiH HOUSE. Qn?en Street, Beloir Kace, MA RTIiNSBURG, W VA. JOHN FELLEB, PROPRIETOR. NE'?' and large additions ha*e just been built to this House,consisting* of Dining Room, Sleep ing* Apartments, &c . and is now the best in the State, East of the Alleerhany mountains. It is fur nished in the most m< dern and elegant style, and traveler* and the business public can be comforta bly entertain* d at moderate rates. the bar. rivals competition in the quali'y of its LIQUORS, and in t"? ry other matter pertaining to this de partment. Q&- We shall endctvor to please all who favor cs with a rail. March 24, 1669. ENTLER HOTEL. 8HEPHEEDSTOWN, WEST VIBG'IA. J. P. A. KNTLEK, Proprietor, July 17.!Sfi6- tf. SECOND ARR1VALJ)F NEW GOODS. ^IMIE undrralcnrd ha* just received another sup 1 ply of new and beautiful t;OOl>S in his line, suited to the tastes.of all. The rapid salrs, increas ing" d?-iiinnd. and exceedingly low prires in go?>da, have rendered it necessarv to get another supply of good* this winter. Come (5ui?k and examine, and select while you have the choice, *t L DINKLFAS Charfestown. Jan. 19. Is69. J? welry Store. (CLOTHS CASSIMKK^A FESTING8, J UcutleiiiPiiV Shirts. Shirt Collars and Cravats, Merino Gluvesand Socks. Hats and Cap*. Bonis ami Shoos. A W. CIU.MER. STONRBR~KFR-s7~BHI'sTCampbell's. Bull'-, Strickland's aud Ayer's Cough Svrups. for sjtle i by S. MASON. PI PICS. St - ma and Smoking Tobacco, for *a If by fecmb r23. 1S63. W. KBV. FAMILY Whiskey, in bo Ills a and ou draugbt, | for vale by W, EBY. j POFFIELP'S TRADE. HO! FOB IDE HEW 8TOM5 AT Where Good? are SoM at Chenp at thy tan It Purchased at try "n**> ?ut title the City! Tnr falline lravn rciiiinl w ?f the sppreerh of Winter and lbat itiahijrhtime to lar our ?um ni#?r SK'idcTLSS^rid 'J? chMn*b'*T0 that must come with the ?ppru?rl??nj ' ^.de mHI the uetnands, the uudereicued hare ST' .nd bare jual retur.K?Hrom the City wltn a New tod _____ geHeeal assortment of goods ssrttr^r:Er.KW.fc m?ss have found thl. cheap aide No. he cry iajnll the* coma. 1 he demand for p.?>d? doe. J*"* ?/r, a? U generally the lucrcaae the Pr*"f but th>- Iiiorr fo?l! 'Id? ihrcheajier ?e ?''1 Iherek^rrordially ll.wle the nuxrt.a ..I Dnffi. Id a anil vkiuily K> |(ircu?B call, and wr iliat m hat me ii correct. Thankful for pa.t l.?'?a wr ??licit ,ud b..Pe to SbBOlEn. Duffl ld*a. October 27. I^W M A P. I! I- E WORKS. CHABLESTOWN MARBLE WORKS, Main Street, iipposlte the Carter Ilonsc, CHARLESTOWN. Diobitto Bro MANUFACTDBERS OF MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD & FOOT stones, mantles, statues, and cabtisg, in all its various branches, and all work in their business. All orders prompt It fillrd at the lowest rate, and shortest notice, and all work delivered and put up, and eruaranteed to suit purchaser*.? If n<?t. no sale Please call and see, and judere for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere, and pa tronize Horn* Manufacturers. The subscribers havralso in operation their shoo in Martinsbusg, where they m ill give prompt at tention to all work entrusted to thorn DIKHL & HRO. Charlestown. Feb. 19, 1S67?od May 15, 1*66. M EC II ANIC A L. Davio If. CocaatLL.] f.r^cpn IT Coccb-.ll DAVID II. COCKRIIJ, & SON. ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS, CIi..rlebto\vn, Jefferson County, VIRGINIA. OUR experience in the business which we adver tise to conduct, and our rn -roughacquaintance with it in all it* branches enable uu to assure the public that any wor lc enti unted *ou? will I e ? xo riited in the most workipanlike naiit.tr. ami with the utmost dispatch. Having flhud to their post* in the Confederate army during1 the fo'ir years* atru2"?lr which it so martini.y ^ncounift'tl, ttiry have foca*ed in their native county, where their services a. e otlered in hi ihling up the waste places, and in carrying-out practical reconstruction. Particular attentit u given at a!l times to the drawirtr ? f plans and specifications; and in the construction ?.l GEOMETEICAL STAIRWAYS, where calculation is required, they are confi lent that they cannM be surpassed by any workmen in the Valley of /irginia. 0O- Being well known in the community, they deem it unnecessary to pay more, than that orders left lor them will receive prompt attention. April T, 1S63?tf. TO THE ITBLlC. HAVING permanently located in Charlestown, wj-h a view to conducting- the business of a HOlSK-tUCrKXTEK AXD UULDKK, I take this opportunity of informing- the public that I will give prompt attention to ad work that may be entrusted to my care. My experience it; the hu simes is such as to afford n guarantee that those who employ me will have no cause to regret it. fp*?My shop is at the residence of my father. Mr. Nathaniel Myers, where I will always be found, when not elsewhere engaged. When not at home, any orders may be left with mv ather SA.MUKL MYKRS. Feb 11, 1868-1 y. SASII FACTORY. ffMlE undersigned are now prepared to furnish I Fit A MRS. DOOMS. BLINiW. S ASH.FLOOR ING, MOULDINGS. Blt ACKKTS. or any kind of Scroll Sawing.and everything needed in the way of woodwork about the huildii ?r of Houses, at our 'BLOOJIKKY SAP 11 IfACTOBY," on the Shenandoah rivrr. 2* niilcfc above Keys** Ferty. 3 miles belnw Shautiondale Springs, aud 3 miles from Charlestown. As thisisa h one enterprise w|<?ok for the pat ronage of our own people and if they do not en courage us ft will twit he on account of either our prices, qualitvof work, or spirit of accommodation. LUMBER OP AX.X. KINDS, either Rough or Oress**d. k? pt constantly on hand for pale. Post office, t'harleatown, Jefferson couu ty. Went V i KtfARS-LEY &. SI1EKRKR. William Phillip6, Manager. April 1-f. 1S6S Corao and *?oo AT AND HE LOW COST! Clutliimj Cheaper than it run be Bovyhl in Baltimore. XO HUMBUG ABOl'T IT! THE STOCK MUST BE SOLD! AND THE STOCK WILL EE SOLD ! LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS? A BR. GOODMAN is now selling off h*s entire stock of Winter Clothit g, wilh a view to make room for Spring Goods. Call and see him ! January 19,1669. To the Public. HAVING purchased avaluWe tract of timber land, and located a Saw-Mill upon it with a capacity of sawing foity thousand feet of Lumber weekly, I will be prepared to furnish nearly EVERY VARIETY OF LUMBER, Such as I'lne Clank, Joints, Halters, Stud ding, Mastering lath. I bestnul I'alings, Oak Fencing Plank, Ac. Lumber wilt be kept conatintty on hanH at the Mill, mile* above Kenrslry Jfc Sheerer'* Plwn'ng IHiil, cm tbe Shenai.doah river. and a * Meter* Hum phreys & HoofF* Lumber yard at Cliarlefltown Persona contemplating building will pn.ntoi their interests by railing- upon the tubacriber i prraon,or Mcaars Humphreys & b? fnre ?i in elf. where. GKO. W. KICIIELBEPG ER. August 11, 1Q68? 6in. Lumber, Lusixbei*: THE undersigned i? now receiving another lot of choice LU.VIBER of every description He will ; constantly keep on hand, at his Lumber Yard in i Shephrni?town, a largf and peneral assortment of WHITE AND YELLOW PINE PLAXK, JOIST AND SCANTLING. PRIME SEASONED POPLAR PLANK of a!I widths and thirkne->?. suitable for fabinrt purpo?f?. kc Also. HOOP POl ES. CYPHERS AND O \K SHINGLES; .ttof wbicb will be-old on ' reasonable term# mr ?ash. February 3. I8t9-tf. TOWNER SCHLEY. ~ ARMS! ARMS!! SECOND-HAND Sha?p's Carbines, Henry's and Spencer Carbines and Rifles; Coil's, I'emir er ton's and Soti b At lYis?on*e Arn?y and Navy Pis tola wanted. New Pistols, Ca?b, or Merrhandi?e in exchange for same. D Hl .MPilKLYb & CO. December 2*2. 166S. NOTICE. ALL of our Account* are now ready, ard where no arrangement to the contrary exists, pay ment is expected at uore. D. HUMPHREYS ?fc CO. November IT h6J. Paper# advertising' for us cony CLOVER SEED. An BUSHELsalChivi-r Srpjl. loraalr ty uv D. HUMPHREYS * CO. January 26, ISC9. LADIES' DRRSS GOOt>S. Another aunply ju?l recrt?e?l by October 2ll. A- W. CRAMER. LAYEk Ralrittaasdeuft-sbeU AimoBda, for cat, by W.KBY. M I &OBL L AN EaUS. M. H. S. ?o jdunibug net el fl'HK subscriber. haeing jnst returned fr? m Fred 1 crick Cite, wi*h inrxtrwite stock ?t snpsruw miitfrw. pn r?w' *? ctMxeus ot Jet f*r?on C'>n*tv. the eery best b%rgaws W BOOTS AND SHOES, manufactured under his own **?peseisio?t ^7 *''* b**at cifv workman. Hi* *tdck i* auch at to rccoUl mend it to every judg?e of LEATHEB, an*1 ha* Seen purchased with rr?at rare from the manufactory ?.I Bant* & Wa?-liter. of Fred eric k?_t lie u)dr?t and inuit t*pe?i? nerd 1 A>>r.RS in the State of Maryland As he employs none !?ut the beat workmen?auch aa thoroughly understand thetradft?anrl works none mh^r than-the fin ished material, he feela confident of lii* ability to give MlMftciiwo. Espccial attention given to the finer quality oi LADIES' WORK; For the accommodation of the f rude, he will keep on hand, at all tiuiea. a complete assortment of It E A I) Y - >1 A 1) E WO K K, which be will a arrant to compare with any that can be fount) in ihn country Kkpiirixo done in the hi ??t style, on the shnf|p#l notice. Nkv Wuik and Rrp>wiNa raecottd in from twsUe to forty-* igbt hour*, and uo disap pointments at the hour promised WATER-PROOF COMPOSITION He hasconsL?ntlv on hand a supply of thi* ealua blearticlc. wr?i? h "has been used durtug the paat winter with entire sat ??faction by many of hi* cus tomer*. lit-would icfer those who wish to krow something of its vilue to the following gentlemen, who have U'Ctl it with effect, viz:?Dr. John 0% Starre. W. J H:?wks, t'apt. John J. Lock, W.Eb^p and George W Eh'heibergrr. April 21, 1&6S - 6?u. J. C. KF^P SHRINER'S Will enre fie ASTHMA, BRONCTTTTTS, BLOOD SPITTING, MKFICULTY OF BREATHING. PAIN and WEAKNESS IX TilE CHEST, TROUBLESOME COUGHING AT NIGHT, Ac. It will effectually r? move the Cough that frequently fallow# Measles, and any afF.-ction of the respiratory organs, no matter cf 1 ow Ion* atandine. or whatever the age of the parser. It actsasasprriflc, Ispurrly TrfretaUe.andispl &sncl to the taste. Iu iCtt I? raathfnir. allaying t* 4 * l~ 1? nee of Uie cough, f.?cilitatim< rxpt-ctoratjou, quitting the nerves and ixhllirutinj the sysUtu. Mothers, Save Your Children t No child need die of CROUP. If this Fymp I* u?cd in tim-j: /A/a is n fact demtmstrntrd by experience. No f iinRy ^ou:j bo without this S.vrup, as t**at fatal .disease, CROUP, comes like a thief In the night, to rtenl away your little ones ,/heu regular medical aid cannot be obtained. Prrpartd only by DAVID E. FOCTZ, ? Baltimore, Ml. CAMPBEM.& MASON Wholesale aud Retail Agcm* h?r Jell* is<>n county. June 16. ISM? iy. THE WILIiCCX & GIBBS9 NOISELESS FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. I*'E claim for the W1LLCOX & GI^B'S tbefol V i lowing points ? The ??twUti-d loop stitch" made with one thread directly from spool, making a more ?*la?f ic ar\d du rable stitch than if made by any other Machint, thus bimplilyi:i!f ii bv doing away with bobbin*, shuttle*, cirruUr needles, under spools uud their attendant complications The imp <*sihiii:y of s?cIriug the net-die wronr, owing to patented dr%fce for adjusting the same. The case and rapidity of motion, and no' being able to turn backward by the foot, and noti liabili ty to get out hi order. Thf front range of work? llemtnuig, felling braiding, hmdinir. gathering, quilting, cording, tucking, embroidery, s?-ninp- from finest lace to heaviest muslius or cloths miiIm>i i Imnpinff Ma chine-. K EA US I EY*& SIIEt IJER. Agents for Jtir?-r?nu and Ciaike Counties. April JI. I6SS. T o t li o I? ndios. MI?S. A. C. MITCIIKLh & CO would most re spectfully announce t<* tin* I?adi? p nf t!i.? t ?? n and %i? inity that they have ju*t r? tuumi In hi Hnl tuuore with a choice selection of Kail and Winter *IJ(>'.NNKTS. HATS, FLOWEHS, K1BH0NS, FKATI1KKS. VKI.VKTS. SATINS, PI.I SIIKS &c . T ? which thev ji vit? their attrntion. H<vin? ae hctt il tlu it n k with irr?Kt cure, they pledge them selves to t?iv? ?> i ? iff it licit to nil u ho .t.ay" patronize tl.ein t hankful I.*r ti.e liberal patrcnasc exii-nded |.er?atofore, they hope Ity emUnvoriug to accommo date all, by ii?*atuers and dispat -li. lo merit the It vorol their old custom* ri* and many new one.* Qctob* r 211. ISM. ffrre P< era copy lin. \v BEAD THIS! P.LAI) THIS! * I1F.RK did ymi bu* that rhmpSkit ?<f riollif#? > Why. mil V MllUI(GKK*S>i:lieiij?C-..bS?? re Where ran you buy home-in n?r Lin*rv Pam*? a i ii am hi; lit; Kirs Can you tI inr where I.can get tlie ciit?|u-?i ifuy?* or Youth#* t'loifiifiir * At IIAMHI"l?U l-.lt*S Store, in Spirit Building. IV lu re d < you buy your lloop Skit l? a tid Currrt* > At il\mhi'h<;ki:'s. Do yon know if HA M Hl'llf! Eit keep* J? hn M. le vies' Wliiir Shirt*, Check Shirt* uud tivi-rnlib? \Vl?/. V-s. Where do you l?uv v..or .N'utimt# ?rnl |Jty At ?i \ MHUHUk.lt*S t'aah S?. ? Where ran y?>u buy tin- biei Coat, Pants a no V?*t Trimmings ? At SAMUEL A IIAMDlTftG ER'S. January 26, l?C9. ~ POSITIVE NOTICE. HAVING made off our Arrounts to January 1st, U>69. we earnestly request all partita tndebt* tl to us, by Note or Account, to come forward ami aettlj thr same at once. When *i- lay settle, we mean pay up Our rircunMtanr* s art* surh that lonper indulgence cannot and will not be given. We therefore ? arne?t|y hope thia notice will be suf ficient for all i-artita iiiti n ?? d. Kn in this day forward we Khali conaid r our acrotiuts due at the end of ? o? |j month. wh?u payment will be expect ed. uulese bv sp? rial c? ntract January 19, 1869. WKIKICK fc WF.LLF.R BOOKS! BOOKS! flMIR undersigned are now prepared to furnith 1 Bo??ka of rv? ry (Irn-rtpiion to their customers, and the tint ic nrrally A lure*- aa ortment of ?ehiad K.M-ka, Prayer Bo* ki, fltiiin B-4)k* and BiblrB, Novel*. l>av ii loke. ledgers, Memorandum and Pa*s Bo>ki* al ?? ?y-?n band Any wan*?*d iM?t mnong- their &;? ;k *.v;!J he furnished in a lew ?iav? after riotin hupr a*-?*rtit t ut of l'?per. Envelopes, Prt.B 1 nil s. W.a-'II.vCTo.n January 26. 1 BUI)"THIS NOTICE! rpHK bu?inr-?9 ,.f Campb? 11 Jc Ma son wn? ]? ft "n J in han?l* for settlement, and it pt my to '?* t?ie iinpi efsion of thoae who hav- been indu ;?cd. that th* Fame ran be adjusted without money. Tin ir rr?? - itora* acceunts are due, and as lb* y" are cb!i?rd to pay thern interest. I<*hall char pe inter# at on all ac counts, unless *ei?I?*d before the 1st of February, from the time of Wweolution to the time ihat pay ment i? made. W. S MASON. Jannarv 26 1^69. A' * NOTICE. I.L persons owinfr ncrruti'i at my Stor^, are most earm at*y r#quested to come forward at once and pay them proi. ptly, as I am compelled to have money to keep up mV husoes*. From th.?a time forward, all p? -rs*?ns having arrcurts at mjr plnre *M hf ixpoitd #*? a?tile thr m pr-'ioptlv "n the 1st day of every month, units- an understand ing t** the contrary exists. January 5. 1969. DAVID nnWFf.L. - FINE, Redding-and Pocket t'omha. formal'* at W.S MA?ON*8 January 26, lc69. Drug and Book Store. C-<..EVALIEK-S >ir,.l IUIP, rocoa C'roin. J hr?ker'l. Eur'kn. Phalun*. Aju " flair Rwwfrp, for sale by \V. 8. M-ASO>-_ KEAUTIFI I. wwrtiwat -I SUrer Sp?larlM ju.t rrrmrH rn.il Ut' .ale by _ M..-f r JannaryJ9. IS(,9. T- D,SK GoW??. Fancy Bi-r-. 'nl*Kt"r'T lo*r prirea. far aa > hy '* " A GOLDUhain. and Gold BrmcrU w?ahpuliful ?r.i. lr? in .lorrat L DI.NKIEV. | ACRKAT many lLinjt? Lrauliful ^od_uj*'ol. for Mile by KI.K PI x*?-a'~~^y?v&*iZ?w FRESH Oranrca and Lcxaons, juat received and for aaia by W. EHY TO TRAVELLERS. WINCHESTER AKD rOTOMAC B.fi. TIME TABLE. " Tbains Going Wtrr. Leave Harper'* Kerry at 7 10 A M and 1 25 P M. L^arr Shenandoah at 7 t/A M and 1 29 P Al. L-jve Kef ta* Switch at 7 27 A M i*uo I 37 P M. L*..ve Halltowuat7 36 A Maud I 43 PM. L*ave CbarMu?B a? 1 54 A AJ and I 54 P M. Lrvvf CAtucn^u'i >1 b 12 A M ai?o 2 Uo P M. I<rave8uiiiiiiii Poli.l?i ^ 30 A M hou 2 If P M. L< ave Wauca^Mtr ?* * f- * AJ and 2 30 P II. L--a%c Oih-ocuii Britlgi' ?' J* A w ard 4 33 P M, Lutvbii i liriiMia'aai 9 14 A and 'J 44 P W. Arriv? at Hincfa?*?ter at J# 3j A Al and 2 55 P M. Tbain* I?ui5? Raat. Leave WiuLcti ral 10 35 A Al aud 3 20 P M. L?'ave dtfpbrtMoii'a al 10 40 A M and 3 39 P M. Li-a* c Opi qui a Bridrral 10 67 A Al and 3 57 P AJ. Leave W aoeaville at II 00 A M end 4 01 P M. Leave Summit Point II 14 A M and 4 23 P Al. Leave Camcn.n ai II 25 A M and 4 41 P M. l^ravcCharl?*?town at II 36 \ M ard 4 59 P. M. Lcav? lUJllowo.r 11 47 A M a ad 5 17 P M. L*-ave K<yra' Switch at II 53 A M and 526 f M. L*ave bhrttauduah at 12 01 P M and 5 40 P M. Arrive at Harper'* Ferry 12 05 A M and 5 45 P Al WINOOESTkR ACCOMMODATION. Commencing Mav 18m, IS68. Leave* W inch enter - . - . .5 A.M. Si*-phen*on*e - - 5 ]| Wade'a 5 25 Summit Point ? - - 5 33 Camrrou'a - - - 5 SO rbir)c?iovn ? - - 6 01 llalliou n - - - - 6 12. il**per*a Ferry - - 6 30 Arriving in Baltimore at - 10 25 A. Al Leave Camden Station at - - 4 10 P.M. Arrive Hsrptr'B F? T*y - - bPs Ciiaricrtouu - - 8 34 Summit Point ? - 8 66 W *?!??'* ? - - 9 10 Sit^hMiMiu'a - - ? 9 24 Waueh?-*ter ? - 9 3%"? Stopping at intermediate station* on Main Stem. A. h. WOOD, Anul, Harp* rV Ferry. JOHN L WILSON. May 19, 1S68. Alaater of rranrportatiun* BALTIMORE A 0. B.R. COMPANY. SCIIF.DULR of Passenger Trainiarrivinj? ami de parting at the Harper'* Ferry ^tation : TRAINS HOUND EAST. Aaaivas. rsPAiTt. Afail Traia, 12 41P.M. 12 47 P.M. I aat Line, 7 lb A M. 7 17 A. M Kaprsu* Trrin, 12 37 P. M. 12 38 P. M. TRAINS BOUND WEST. a saivse. depart s. Mail Tram, I WP M. 1 10 P Al. F t ml Line. 8 36 P. Al- 8 37 P. Al Kxprvae Train. I 31 A Af. 1 32 A. M Office open at al. hour* for train*. Through Tick ni*a??i<t to n I! the principal citie* of ibe Union, f or further lnloriuaiion inquire a ? the f *ffice. A . B. XV OCD A got. Harper* Ferry. Mpt 14,1S67. S \ n Ii L i; S A X l) II A K NESS. HA'.MSS, CALLUS AM) BRIDLES, Manu facttirhu ok Kkpairkd. .U C/uirie*totcH, Jrffrrson County. Virginia. '|*UEundcrai?ned reapeetlully announc J e* to ttic citizen* ol. Charl. ntow n an* vicinity,that he i* constantly makiupand ~~ repairing Car riage, Giir,Buggy .Coach a nd U agon IIAuNKsS, SADDLES. BRIDLES. halters, 4*c., in the moat durable manner, and the moat modern style of workmanship, and at abort notice an?i upon ??living" term*. Alv vork commmda it*elf. All I ask i* a alia re of the tiuMic patronage. 0 f~ t'a 11 upon me at my establishment opposite the ??Carter House." HENRY D AIIDDLEEA U?F. November 7, 1?66?ly NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BARGAINS. EUGENE WEST has fust relumed from Palti more with a full and coinph te a**orlux nt ol (?oo?'4. (hat wi I compare with any in the market, for,quality and cheapnea*. Hi* stock ol LADIES' l> H-KSS GOODS in roiiipmicd tpacaa, Alc< im>a, Si rgt*, Dclainr*. (? ingham*. iic. SELECT VARIETY OF NOTIONS, rovaitfting of ll??*i? ry Glr-vea. Frei?eh (^o*s?:tts, lloiy skirls, the l?KKl'lAN KEN')? Line n lieed k*' ? h i* f*. Kuttt tisv Lia.t*i Tap##, F t>filui?S, A ij>m a Biaid G imp, all colors, &c , &c. A lull stock ??! D O JI K S TIC 0 O 0 l> S, Rlraehed and Rrown Muslins, Bird Ey* Diaper, frinh I.in* n Jacomta.&c . alwiilnc onruuetil of CKATS' CLOTHS A N I>CA*IMA1 *n?l K <yn' \V#nr. II otr and aIiii a of all siz??. A fnlI ato? k ol GKOt KltlE>, such as Sugar. Ct llrtt, T?'a* of iho beat quality. OiU, Syiu)*, ami il*at la v..rile loan* ol I <?b <?*co, tlic Dot h?ii?, all of * hi? li ho i<-rt< liiiifcT tor THE CASH, or THI?TV OATS to prt 1111 t ? u-t* limn t'ai! ami ?< c hi* at**\k Ului? puit-han iojr ??I"* * In r.* t), U.brt 27, lHf8. Woolen G-oodm AND KKADY-.MADK (JLOTJI1NO. 1AM in rcceiptof a larpc Morltof the above goods, which I ant offering at |rr?atly rrduccd (iiicri. 'J he ci<M it. pail.aa killu? ?: CASSIME3E SUITS, aplrndid quality ; Panla frvm SI <5 up to Otrrroats. u rll ilrH; Kr* i.rh, fcngli?h aiid Ajuriicait CfeafimtrM; Vrivri Cold Kuation, Kcn turky Jeans. Fulled and Plaid Lin*rya. I have alau a (aigv stork of tiOUUjj.PrmU, HJch'd ? ml Hro^n Cottons, ami Notion*. Country. 8 pi n isli and K? d Solo leather, Cppcr, Kip and Call Skim; a lutgv lot of JI??ota an I Khora, ami flat*. V H'KSII GROCERIES. Surra-, r. Ma. Irrial. Syrup?, Pepper, Ginger, vtiy rtiju fi.H (men and Hia< k T?as. tofcihcr willi. a ?rr??t iiiMiiy uilaer ail of wiiich I am offer ing-low i- r t'a<h or ki?ori time. ?o punctual cue to.ue... JOHN W. GRANTHAM M iddle* ny. D<c? mber 02,18t8. j a Yi i:s m. jomsToar, 3 TAV1>G a7ld?d ?< ine of the floral New Ms I 1 ciuitrt v to the Shanuondale Factory, now in uae in ?lie V ui ey..f Virginia, ia prepared, mod will tuuiiuuc to o-anufartuic W O O L L E N GOODS, MUCH Ad LIIVSEYS, FUI.LI D AND PLAID, (L0T1.S, CASblMUCKS AND TUKKDS. an.I with hit improved and superior facilities, ja j Mticfie*! that h?- will be able to offer to the publi . an article of GOODS, that cannot be aurpaaseo, jf equalled . by any other oatab iahmeit. I f*f- B.iliuiior* Prirta paid tut \\ Ot>L in Caab. lie aohcita ordna. JA3. M. JOHNSTON. March 19. 1958 -tf STO VE S. PHEPABE FCK COLD WEATHEB. U K have thr most extensive an?l complete aa aoitiii* nt ?.f b'lOVKh itrr in tbia maiiret, to wliirh ?e call the attention of the public. Our stock tiiibrarts : ?'j /t 'fop C- okimj Stove? with Cast Iron linihr ttml Tit* liftftcr attackeii ; Intjf ot / it f~tft Sfoyr? Open or Air Tight; (Sot, l?nn**, ?for Ilcaiimj one or ftro 7/<}*.tit ? ; m ' * Oriental s'j.,, ?all sizes; .1 jr / n?ra (I hny? aft sizes ] %???! * ? ..hi vs ieMf of r.tber Stovca for Wood or C..h1 Thoae dcairinjpr Stov? a wilt please lesve or u era early. MII.LbR * SMITH. ('iiarleflo?'o, September 3, Il?6*i New Ooods. GK?AT UECLI.VE IX PRICES. DHOITELI.il now opening- a 1 arye and wn, ..aelecie?! stock of goods. conaiatin* of DRV GOODS. GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. Queemwa'e. (Voodeuw re, Notions, Caaaimerer. &c . to* bit b be invites the attention of aJJ wiabinf? bareafna. . fie would aak the ape. ?al attention of the gentle men to bia at or k of rM'Tllfi and LA8SIM?RC6, whi' h ia larger than ? ver beforecomprising all the late siyos of p:sir? and fancf ffooda Braver and Tricot rii?lhai?rOrerrs?fr atjrt Closka, Black Frenrh CMh. Poeafcia Caa#ianeraa, All Wnol JUr ?e?a, Drab anl Gray l,in?ey*. ?attinetts. Jrc. Tbcae have b#m b* ojrbt with great care, and at prirca much be low t bote of last fall. All be aak* ia a trial. October 13, 1864. BOOTS A5D8riOft?l. "CTERY snperi??r Coarse B- o'c, Voufha' and Boya* T Boi ta?extra quafiiv, Kxira b-avy kirh cut Krofana. Ladi a'sn?? Mi^^s'a'sll W a|kin|r Sbora, Ladira' aml Miasra' P.i|j^ Boota, Front Laea and Coti?rrMfiaiur--.atr* ouafity. Tb? ae gr<*1m are cily-made and fu'fy ? qiial tf*any made in our arirfal. Ladi?-? are ioviud w examine oar sto? k before pur cl.aa.nar. D. HOWLLL. October 13,1868. A VARIED .^A-tmrnt of F.nry Gm<to. taelod l?r'? '""J'- ?b t"*r.ph All LK ?, R.rkr.n lIDUD jri"I ' ? ** ?? Extract*, and ruilct S^apa, can always be f? und at n - MASON'S January IB, ^ Droit ??d Book Store. EXGI-1>H. French. Cfimin and American Fo ?umJe and iUir Oil, for ale at 1 . ?? IO ? W 8. MASON'S January 26,13C9. Dro? and Paint Store.