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Chirlcatown, Vest >?., June 1, IS80! LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ~ Mattkes in Brief?We need Wood and Corn Very much, and would bo greatly obliged if some of our patrons would furnish tbe same promptly. Mr. John N. Whittiogton baa been re painting the Episcopal Rectory. The Episcopal State Council will meet in Parkcrsburg on Wednesday next, Juno 2d. Memorial Day was quietly observed at Charleatown on Saturday last, by . 8imp,e display ?f fl?WerS' withput military or other We have received from Mr. E C. Jordan ? descriptive pamphlet of his ever popular Jordan's White Sulphur Springs, which are now open for the accommodation of guests. We return thanks to Cadet E. S. Avis of ?he 'Graduating Class of the West Point M ili tary Academy, for an invitation to tho "Fare well Hop" to bo given to the Class on the lUth mutant. Mr*. T. J. Jackson, the widow of tho late Stonewall Jackson, and her only child. Miss J alia Jackson, have been invited to unveil the monument to tbe Maryland dead at Winchester, on Saturday next. Half rato tickets will bo issued on Juno 5th, good from all S. V. R. R. stations to Charlestown and return, enabling persons to attend the decoration of the soldiers' Graves at Winchester, V?.t on that day. The S. \ . R. R. is now prepared to sell to Individuals and families coupon books, good for 500 miles travel, at 2} cents per mile.? Application for the same should be made to Joseph W. Cox, Gen'l Ticket Agent. Rev. Dr. Riddle, of Jfartinsburg, preached in tho Presbyterian Church on Sunday morn Mr. Hopkins being absent st Kearneys ville to assist in the installation of Rov. Mr. Armstrong as pastor. Rev. Mr. Rege.ster feeing absent. Rev. Mr. Tongue preached in the M. K. Church South. Our confinement in bed by severe sickness has prevented our usual attention to our paper this week. For ail omission?, there fore, we ask the kind indulgence of our readers. At tlie same time we would remind our friends who have anything to pay that our expenses go on all the tame, and that any payments they m*y ciiooso to mako will be very thankfully feceived. We stopped in to look over Mr. W. A. Kohlbonsen's stock of Watches, Jewelry. Ac , and were surprised to see the One things in his line. He has displayed a great deal of taste in his selections. Whilst there, we "* a r'?K made frum tho raw material, melted, forged and polished, all in a very fihort time. Those wishing anything in Mr. K.8 line will fi.nl him a plea-ant gentleman *u Jii business wish. A dispatch was received here on Sunday Ja-t, by Mr. It-.-ziu Shsi^ert, from Use. S G. Ferguson, that his oldest son, Allie, had died on Sunday monrns, and that ha would hrioL bis corpse, with that uf his seen 1 s in, Han S'lO. who died la-t wiutor at front Royal, to Charlestown, tl.is (Monday) afternoon, to bs interred in 1] lL.e liiii Cemetery. Our e"t'ro community will sympathise greatly Bull Mr Forgus-'O in his severe affliction. Tho Charlestown ]5ia-s Hand, on Thura <l?y oight lavt, serenaded the successful can didates for municipal honors, and we under. 6fMid were handsomely received. Mr. Slsf.-r entertained with ice-cream, etc., at Gust-.iv UrownVs. and Mr. Trus-e!| did lik-wise at Henry Dumm'a. At .Mr Thomas K. Star, rj io the 2d ward, where were also pro ?curj M-.-s.-rs Davis and Avis,of the l.-t ward, n liberal entertainment, we understand, was also nivcn, and short speeches made by Messrs. Davis and Starry. The hour proved too late to honor all the vietcrs, and further visits were accordingly pcMponed. The valuable water power and other prop erty of the Unit-d States at Harper's Ferry, was offered at public sale on Tuesday last ? non. Kenneth Rayhor, Solicitor of the Treasury, and Chief Clerk Webster Eln.es, being present in person to supervise the sale' The Potomac water power being offered first by auctioneer W. E. Anderson, tho only bid made for it was S10.000, in ctfnsrqn. nco of which it was withdrawn by Solicitor Kay. Dor. The perpetual ri-ht to cut and remove wood from about 512 acres uf land on the Virginia sido of the Blue Ridgo mountain, was purchased by Mr. T. A Kirwan, for $250 ; and a similar right to about SSo acres on tho West Virginia sido, to Mr. Geo. W, Green, for So 10. Four improved lots were ?old?one to Mr. Joshua Cavalier, at S850; one to Mr. G. L. Myers, at S405 ; one to Mr.' James McGraw, at S325 ; and one to John Ditmyer, at S250. A number of unimproved lots wero sold, at priccs ranging from 87 to S(>0. The Baltimore Sun's report of the meet ing of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Associ ation, held last week, contains the followirg paragraphs: Through tho regent* of Virginia and West Virginia, Mrs. Judge Hill and Mrs Louis W. Washington, a valuable painting representing, it is thought, Niagara Falls, has been deposited by Mrs. Louisa Washing ton, the widow of a descendent of Ccl Sain. Washington, to whom it was given by his brother, Geo. George Washington. Tliis picture was formerly in tho home of Mt. Vernon, and after the lapse of so many years returns here. It will be renovated by Mr. Volkmar, of Baltimore, who so successfully reproduced the picture representing "Admi ral Vernou's engagement before Carthagena" now in the Illinois rn?m. Mrs. Charles T. Mitchell, of Charleston, S. C , a great great niece of Washington.has deposited, through her sister. Mrs. Louis W. Washington, the suit of clothes worn by the first President in delivering his farewell ad dress to Congress. The suit is of black un cut velvet, the woarer then being in mourn ing for his mother. In looking over some old letters, Mrs. Washington has discovered that in the room nailed tho Couocil Room, where the meetings aro properly held. Wash, ington wrote his farewell address. Incidents like these clothe these rooms with great in terest, and the discoverers recoive, as they should, many compliments for their research. List of Advertised JLettebs reuaioiDg in the Post Office at Charlestown, Jefferson oounty, W. Va.,.May 29, 1880. Mrs. H. Miller, Mrs. II. S. Miller, Miss Emma P. Smith, Thomas F. Duffe, Edmuoa Metchan J. W. McDaniel, John O. Ris borough. Tho above letters, if not called for within thirty days, will be sent to the dead letter of fice. Persons calling for them will please say that they are advertised. Benj. F. Leisenrino, P. M. A Good Account.?"To sum it tip, six long years of bed-ridden sielcncss, cost ing $200 per year; total SI,200?all of which was stopped by throe bottles of Hop Bitters taken by my wife, who has done her own housework for a year since, without the loss of a day, and I want everybody to know it for their benefit.. John Weeks, Butler, N. Y." Head this and you will know where to go aud got Amoricau Watches, Swiss Watches ?gold or silver?and I will sell them cheap er than any man in tho State. Jewelry of all kinds. Ladies' Sets, Misses' Sets, Cuff Buttons, Collar Buttons, new style, best in tho world. Studs, Scarf Pins. Black Seta of Jewelry 25 cents per set, Slver Thimbles, Kings, fine gold and warranted, fino Watch Chains, and a hundred oih.ir things. Silver Ware of tho best plate, Cake Baskets, But ter Dishes, Picklo Casters, Spoons. Knives, Forks, Napkin Rings, &o. All kinds ol Watch work done when others fail. Here's the place for thorough repair. Call and see. The prices are lower than elsewhero. Sign ? Watch and Spectacles and the Black Watch. Look for them. II. A. Burton. Dyspepsia Cu?kb?Rochester, Oofo'bor 0. 1879.-II. H. Warner & Co ? Gout*: ? 1 have for somo months paat neeti afflicted with dyspepsia trom wbieli I could obtain no permanent relief, until I used your Safe ]3itters nml Pills: aiui since using' them I have li:ul no trouble from inv former complaint, and I can now truly say that 1 am a well man. I am Kra'cfnllv yoitra, C. P. ilaooKS, Baroains.?Go to Mrs. Armentrout's for Bargains in Hosiery, Gloves, &o. A Household Need.?A boot on the Liver, ifa disease* and their treatmen t sent free, Including treatises upon Liver Complaints. Torpid Liver, Jaundice. Kiliousness, Headache, Constipation, Drflpepsia. Malaria, etc. Aodress Dr. SAvroiD, 162 Broadway, New York City ,N. V. ma\25 4w. Our drtiET stoics are now sunplicd with *'Malt Bitters." ihe new Food Medicine which haa done eo much good and comes to us so hifrhly recom | mended. Try it. 11 may save you heary doctor*? bills. may2o~4w. Dr. Tomlinson's DENTAL OFFICE. Coaxes of Charles and Libbbty Stbe*ts, a, imsiestowns A CARD. To all xrho are suflering from the errors &nd in discretion of youth, nervous v-cakoeM, e?rlJ decay, ln?aof manhood, &c.,I will send a recipe that will cure you. FilGR OF CUAHGE. Thia great remedy was diarovered bv a mieeionrry in South America. Send a ielf-addressed envelope to the Rjcv. Joseph T. 1>ma.v, Station D, Xfio York City. ap20 \ y. BALTIMORE MARKETS. Baltimoii, 8ATURDAY, M*v 20, 1SS0. Flooi-Super S3 25a $3.75 Extra. 4 '25 a 6.00 Family. 5 '25 a 5.50 Cos iv Mm, per 100 lbs. ! Ho a 1.20 WhsaT?White. 0 (Ml a (100 K*d r 1 22 a 1.30 J Cohs ? While. 65 a 6t? V eiiow.. .............. ? 55 a 65 Oat*.. 42 a 42 Itv k 95 a 95 Bacon?Shoulder* ^ . 5* a 64 Sides a 7? ti:?ins 1<4 a 12 L.abu . . Ma 8 ^*LT.. - 95 a 2 GO GXISTAV BUG WIN", Baker end Confectionsr, I'HF. undert'gnrd hr.s mniic provisions on a 1 if rami f.raie to inrct the seasonable demand* of the people. 1 have in store a great variety of Fancy G-oocls superior in quality t^ any ever lie fore offered in CUarlcatown, and at astonishingly low priccs. I HOVELTiES Ifi TGY3, COHFCCTIGrjERY AND FRUITS, 1 would rail the attention of my customer? to * nic.i ajMnrtinmt of Indian Baskets, also Wnxntid China Dolls. all sizes ; W.agouB, Sleighs, Doll Carriages, etc. Ciiinng-o Caramels. Thepe Caramels 1 always keep on hand, freah; they are c?> s;dc*ied the beet in the market, always giving patiplnctii n. PLAIN AND FRENCH CANDY. ! hare a l?rge supply of Canci?a?Plain Cindy, Fancy and Fir neb Mixtures, all fresh, to satisfy the d>::iBsd of young" and old. Kalsins, Citron, Currants, Fi?s, Xats, of which I have a large stock, and will sell as low as the lowest. Families supplied w i:h Chriatmas C&kcs, any kind And size. O.vstcr-s Z 0.yst<i!rs I Parties and Families supplied wuh the beat Oys tt-.rs, by the measure ; aieo sold by plate at my ? plcon. in the best style. Thanking my friend* for tbo ereneroua patron a?re they extended to mo the past year, I hope to m?rit it in the future. Dcc. 2, 1879. GU5TAV DROWN. Ladies' Variety Store. Sirs. S. II. Armcutrout "\TTOULD respectfully inform 1 he ladies of the \ > town and vicinity that she lias now on ha::d, at her Ladies* Variety Store, Main sr., two df ors East of Water st.? near Holi's pump, a select slock of Dry Gfootls, Notions, MILLINER 1*. tiC, which she is ottering at the very lowest margin of profit. MANTUA - frlAK'NG conducted in all its branches. The best of the FashiMU Hooks !;epl for too inspect inn of cus tomers. In a<Icliti<>ii9she has on hand and is con stantly receiving ail the LA I E STYLFS. and is ready to do work in her line in tbo most ap proved manner. ?Mar IS, 1SS0^ 13Jill for Sale. ITT AVE for sale a fine thoroughbred JERSEY HULL. three years old tho 12tli of November next, .mil well conditioned. Pedigree will be given. K. L. WAGER. May IS, 13*0 - ff "LADIES' HAIR WORK. MISS IDA TUTWILER is prepared to do TTair Work at moderate pricc*, and will make Braids. PufTa, Curl*, Frizzes, etc., at residence of her fnther, near tho Baptist Church, in Charles tow n. April 1, 1S79?tf. "J KIN DS of fhewin? Tobacco, from 40 cte. per 1 ?-/ pound no, for ?alc by Nor I I. I >79. S.S. DALGARN. WHITE-WASH Brushes just received and for sa'e by S 9. DALGARN. FINE Quality Canvassed Hams just received and lor sale by 8 8 .DALGARN. BREAK FAST Bacon jo*t received and for sale hv JOSEPH 11. EASTER DAY. SMOKED Potomac Herring just receiving- and for sale at JOSEPH H. EASTER DA Y 'S Tin, Store and Grocerr Store. M ay 11. 1SSQ. * SAND ! ? Wo have on hand at our Yard, RIVER SAND which we will sell hv the bushel or cart load. Cart load lots delivered to orHrr, for Cash. June 17, 1S79. LIP PITT & CO._ (tORN taken in exchange for Goods at m?rket / price. J.SHIRLEY SMITH. M AOARONI just received and for sale by March 9,.1580. 8.8 DALGARN. MISCELLANEOUS. Watches, CIiOGKS JTewelry, SIM AND Spectacles,, All Fretb New St jlea and Fine Finieb,to be had at KOHLHOU SEN'S, Sign of the "Big* Watch," Warren Barton's old stand. A\r atcli-JVIaki rig", MANUFACTURING JEWELRT, _/Vi i <1 Kngi-aving in all its branches. Wedding: Rin^s made at sborl notice. Special attention paid to work done by incom petent workmen. W. A KOHLHOUSEN. May 25, 1880. J. SHIRLEY SMITH HAS just returned from the Cities East; with a full line of Goods, eucb a a Beautiful Prints, COTTONS, GINGHAMS, rOTTO.V ADKS, SHIRTING. NOTIONS ?A FULL LINK, STRAW HATS, Boots arid Slioes, Crockery, a full line of HARVEST GROCERIES. and next vrcet mv Show Windows will be beau tiluily embellished with the moat handtoino Majolica r'itoliors, Cream Pitchers, Tea Pots, Tickle Dishes, Plates, &c . that hna ever been nflcred for sale hero.? Come early and often. No trouble to'^how gocda. (j^-Take all kinds of Country Produco - good price* paid 1 or Hacon. May 25. 1*JS0. J. SHIRLEY SMITH. TREES. SHRUBBERY, Flower and Vegetable 1> i-i V TV TW, Fruit Hill Nurseries, Chaili'giown. Jefferson Comity, West Va. 02? 10.000 APPLE TKKtTS. assorted vario-flM " i if* : h.000 PEACH TKEES, <lo., ctidTcss variety of FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, Grape Vines, Straw bony Plants and Asparagus Knots, a eooda**ortmrntof Green-Honsoaud Bedding Plants, and full supply of Cabbage and Tomato, Eur jr. Pepper. Cauliflower and Sweet Potato PLANTS, all of which will l?e sold Cheap lor Cash? HOPKINS &. CO. March *24, IS'6 tf. Important Kuiice to HuIUlers. rpHE undersigned is giving Lis solo attention B to the LUMBER BUSINESS, at Roadside, Rockingham County, Virginia, and has facilities for iUlingoidcrsof ???v extent and great variety. Ho coin mantis forests of^irrowing :nnber ??f tl;c very best. Qualii y, and miiiirg ca pacity to meet the most extravagant demands of this section. Orders for Lumber for liuli<ling Pni'poses, cut iti size and length to meet the domauds of guilders or others, tilted promntJv lipou terms with which no other person in the Valley of Virginia can compete successfully. The subscriber lias in former years supplied very many persons in this section with Lumber, and in return nm thanks for past natron a ge, and in solicit in tr t.l;o ordeis of *.id cu.?lomc:s and new, promises a careful personal supervision) fo that orders may be sax isfac tori 1 v filled. Address, DU.S. P. H. MILLER, Koatl>idtt, nackiD^I'.iim Co., Nov. 1.9, I37S?y. Virginia. HAINES & BEQ., (Succceccr6 to the late"J . H. Ilaincs,) Maniiiactnrers of Cigars And dealers in SMOKING AND CHEWING TOSACCO, SNUPr, PIPES, &C. Main it., opposite Wm. Jen kins' store and saloon, W T sn n ESTER, v A. October 2S,IS'fl. shoi;mak i rs ?. MY old friends and the public* generally ar e hereby informed thai 1 bare returned to Charle^to*-u. and have opened a BOOT AND J* HOE SHOP tu ttie room of Mrs, G. W. Brooks, recent ly occupied by the late T. U Spinka.and am pre pored to conduct the $h *em*lcin?f business in all its branches. New Work mad? 10 order, and Re pairs promptly executed. Good material used, and rates reasonable. Give uie a call. April C. ISSO-tf. DAVID HECK. WOOD:S~MOWEl ? \\T E are the amenta for this admirable machine. \\ It is so simple that its ad van tnpes can be seen at a glance. Wo mention, however, a few, to-wit : Enclosed Central Gearing-; no sido draft, the double-1ree being- attached dinct to cutter bar. which also mnirea it the liehtest draft mower in the market : light built, but extra strong: in all important roints , two sets of Knives with each machine. ''all aud seo them. May IS, 1S*0. LIPPITT k CO. LA BOllEUS WAN TED ! April 27.1SS0?2m (ft REWARD 9-JBSS 4 Klind, Itching, or TJlceraU?<f Pile* that Deliinc'a Pllo lir-medy fails to cure. Gives inunediato relief, cures cases of long btanding in 1 week, and ordinary rases in 2 d?5"s. raiiTinw unle*J*' ytlltna trmpprr Juts oriiUrd on it in blrtek a Pile qt S ane* and jyr. J. I*. JUtier's si<jn<it*r*, I'hiht, SI t bottle. Sold l>y alldrnreista. 6?nt by mail by J. P. Miller,M. D-, I'rop.c.,S. W. oar. Tontli and Arch Sts., Pltilada., Pfc March lti, 1>SU?lltn. MITCHELL'S Snow Drill Toilet Powder, for sale by MERCHANT & MITCHELL. March 16 1380. CI OP A L Varnish. Spirits Turpentine and Ve J netian Red, sold cheap bv MERCHANT & MITCHELL. Mar 11. 1SS0. )JUUE Paris Green, sold cheap br MERCHANT it MITCHELL. SPCTFIERN Belle Perlutae, delicate^ Fragrant and lasting. Sold bv MER JIIA NT ct MITCHELL. SHANGHAI Blacking- at 5 cents s box, the cheapest and hoit in lo*n. Sold by MERCHANT & MITCHELL. T3E nicest line of Toilet Soaps in town by MERCHANT & MITCHELL. May IS, ISc0. FRESH Crackers and Cheese just received by April 13. ll?S0. S.S. DALGARN. JUST received a supply of very fine PICKLES. A pril 27, 1S8Q. 8 8 DALGARN. For clothing. For DRESS GOODS. For ZEIGLfER'S SHOES, For NOTIONS, For HATS. For ererjthinr ftt JLoweat Price", fro to April 27, 1SS0. W.C. CARBKLl-'S. "*3 TTEjmojr i * ?"H r - . o ?3 fca o ^ IE FRIENDS OF UTILITY. H ^ ^ ? t?S In your rounds for reliable goods do not fail to call at ^3 9 C fej * r ~~+. 2 K Horace lleall & Co.'s S 5 jVT a mmotb HIaLrdwares JLgrieralteraX ^Implements, Seedj asad Fertilizer Store. HEADQTJAETEHS FOR IRON. STEEL. NAILS, HORSESHOES, CARPENTER, COACH, AND WAGON-BUILDERS' MATERIAL, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS, &C. General and Staple Hardware, Pamps, Cement, Terra Cotta Drain Pipe.Steel Par Fence Wire, Corn Shellera, Cutting Rosea, Rope, Rock Sail, Mill and X Cut Saws, Gum, Hemp and Soap atone Packing, llorse Coilara, &c. Agents lor the Famous and Justly Celebrated Champion Reapers and Mowers, B1CKFORD AND HOFFMAN GRAIN DRILL, REINDEER IIAT RAKE. Wiard Plow?, HARRISON BROS.' READY-MIXED PAINTS. Laflin &. Rand Powder Co. O Thank for for the patronage rcccivcd in tne past, wc aolicit a continuance of the aame and guarantee satisfaction. HORACE BEALL & CO. Charleatown, Wrat Virginia, November 11, 1879. ~ WICHOLS,SHEPARD & CO-Batlle W,MiclL 41 Ea lab U abed ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE la la45.r iililiiOil ThgesMng Macld nery and PortaMe and Traction Engines* THE STANDARD of excellence throughout f*i CVauv Saving World. AIATC1ILESS for Grain-Faring, Parfeel Clenninr, llapid and Thorough Work. INCOMPARABLE In (fualitg cf Material. Paction of Porta, Thorough WerkmauaMa, Jklcgai?t and i iotm. jaorougn nvrirnaiitni. jitcyuii* ruatu, 'tautsi or Model. MAltVELOCS for veefly mptrtor work in oil kinds ef 'rain, and vnircraaltg know a as the onZg aucee&aful Ttusshar ?i Flax, Timotbr, Clorer, and alt other Seeds. ASTONISlITNGLY DURARI? and vsondarfullf aimpte, nsln* less than ono half the nsnal sears anfl belts. PORTABLE, TRACTION, and STRAW-BURNINO STIiAM-KNGTNE.1*. with special features of power. Durability, Safety, Ewnomr, and Ecanty entire!/ unknown In ether oaken. Stexrn-Power Outfits and Steara-Powar Seuaratora a specialty. Four aizesof Feparators, from C to 13horse-power; alioS ftyles 1 inprovedCounted Horse-Power*. jji Years of Prospcron* nnd Continuous llualnra, by this houae, without change or name, location, or manage rs mt, rnrnlihea i strong guarantee lor superior gcods and fcunorabla dealin?. . ? , rt fi I jVirV^J 7 The -wonflerfnt m-?of IjQu I lilts I our Vtnavroa Machinery has driven other machine* to toe trail; hence varioua maker* are now attempt- I icf to build and palm uif inferior and monsral iiuitatioa* of / ?ux faaious govds. BE NOT DECEIVED hr acch experimental and worthless machinery. If r?n hay at *11, ect IfcO "ORIGINAL " and U?o -CKXtlNE" &tr5*For fall partiecTara call on onr dealers, or write to ns for Illustrated Circulars, whirh we taall free. Ad.lr?-?* EICHOI.S, BEEP ABB 4: CO., Battle Creek, Mich. DOORS* "SJ.SHES, BM1BS, MOULDING, BALUSTERS, POSTS, STATUS. STAIR RAILING, MANTLES, & C. Dreiaed and Undrcsied Lutnhor of all Kinds, Flooring', Shing'les, Latlis, Pickets, &c. 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I HAVE opened in ronuertion with mv Tin and Stove Buaiueaa, a Choice Aacortment at GROCERIES, QUERNS WARE AND NOTIONS. which -will be sold at Living Price*. I solicit a shareol the patronage ol the town and vicinity to rire me a call. I will endeavor to jjive satis faction to all who may favor me. Country produce taken in exrhanre far Good*. JOSEPH H. E \STRRD A V, Next Door to National Bank, Charlcstown Feb. 21, 1SSU. PLASTER. \T~E are now g-rinding: a verr snpei ior article of NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER. Piaater to be available must be Jinely ground, and when so ground is the best application knows io agricul ture to force the growth of Clovor and other grasaea. Our Pleater is exba fine, and we are prepared to supply the retail trad'?, and alio to Jill distant orders in car-load lots at low pric***. LIPP1TT & CO., March 9, 1S39. Charlestnwn. THE Young: American Corn Sbeiler and Sepa rator, the most popular machine in use, for sale h* HO/fACKBEAlX A.CO BUY the Buckeye Wheat and Seed Fen It is the cheapest, and doee its work rapidly and well. HORACEBEALL4CO. WHEELING Canvatsed Hama. Shoulders and Dried Beef; also Bacon, jaat received ? qaaility guaranteed to be elegant, for eale bv >f*T 11,18*0. S DvfLG/(RN. JUST received another supply of 'xiass and Queensware. S, S. DALSABN. M THE BEST. Y BAR is supplied with Liquors of every description?of the best quality. WINES, WHISKIES, BRANDIES, AND Baltimore and Eochester Beer? all of tbebest. Will furnish from thisdate.at my place of business, the best Rochester Beer, at S 1.00 per dczen. FAYETTE B. SOCDERS, Basement Jefferson Building. May 27. 1879. STOKE WARE. JUST received a lot of Stone Wars, sizes from one to five gallon. 8. S. DALUARN. fpHB largest and best Fire Cent Cake of Soap X in the market, just received and for sale by April 20, IbSO. S S.DALGARN. EN*T forget to eo to DALGARN'8 when you want your White Wash Brushes. April 20, 1S80. ___ a WEEK in your own town, and no capi <M)U tal risked. You can gire business a trial without expense. The best opportunity ever off. ered for those willing to work. You should try nothing else until you sea for your?elf what you can do at the bos in ess we oflcr. No room to ex plain heie. You can devote all your time or only your spare time to the business, and make great pay for every hour that you work. Women make as much as raan_ Send for special private terms and particulars,* which we mail free. $5 Outfit free. Don't complain of bard times while yoa have such a chance. Address H. HALLETT & Co . Portland, Maine. ACAROfil, Cheese and Freah Crackers, for sale by 8.8 DALGARN.. ACRERALand Herring for aaleby Feb 17, 8. 5. DALGARN I)f M M MISCELLANEOUS. USE THAYER'S BALM FOR PAIN. THIS it one of the FiotttLinimealt known, u Silas Lane. |of Euton, can testify. Kor Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache, Ear ache, Lumbs?o or Lame Back, Plenri?y or Pneu* monii, Frosted Feet and all ExcruciatingPain.no matter where located. Apply according to direc* tlona without robbing-,and you will have relief in from one to fire minute?. Not fire minutea need any one aufTer with pain of any kind, but go to your drug store and ?et a bottle of Tbayer'e Balm for Pain and give it a trial. CRAMP COLIC PAIN. This Pain can be cured in Three Minutes with tbe Balm. Price 25 and 50 cents pejBottle. Sold by all druggists. ESE T1LAY KR'S CONSUMPTION CURE. THIS is the fiuest preparation that has ever been put before tbe public. It neverfails to give satisfaction in Consumption or Coughs, or bronchial affections of any kind CHECK THAT COUGH ! Usually three or four doses checks the worst cough. In Consumption, it is tbe cough that strains the ?ungs and breaks tbe Tubercles, ibus keep, ing up tbe irritation. THE CONSUMPTION CURE, Being Healing, Nourishing, Paleating, Stimula ting and Soothing . Relict and a spaedy Cure must foltow. Give it a trial, all who suffer. X.IVEIH. There are aome Cougba that arise from the Liver or Stomach; if so, and you have symptoms ot the /.iver, use Thayer's ?iver Powders with theCoasuinption Cure, and you will never regret the investment. Price '25 and 50 cents and SI per bottle. Sold by all druggists. use" thTveb'S LIVE a POWDERS. THEY are the Finest Liver Regulator known, and only cast 25 Cu. a box. JSuJd by all drug* guti. Are yon troubled with Constipation? One box will cure you. Are you iruublcd with Sick Iloadache ? T*y Thayer'* Liver Powden. Are you troubled with pain near the region of the heart, pain darting: into the shouldsrs ? These paiua are earned by the Lirer. Ono box of Thay er's Liver Powders will cure you. Are you troubled with a dull, heavy paio all through the head and in the leaders ol the neck, cannot bear to turn the head, think it neuralgia ? Thayer's Liver Puwders will cure you. Are you troubled with lota of appetite, feci sick, feel hungry but cannot reliah food, have & coated tongue, bad taate in the morning, feel cold and chilly, lose o! energy, doll and dormant or drowsy, sometimes cold feet, giddiness or vertigo or a .yel low .jaundice appearance, or troubled with fever and ague and nervous or dyspeptic Indications ? Thayer's Liver Powders will cure you by their ac tion on the liver. Some people may hare a cough with the above symptoms. All of the above svrnptoms and many morearite from a diseased o" torpid liver. It is not possible that everybody should have all of these symptoms, but you may have one or many. Just give Thsy er's Lirer Powder one trial and uee them accord ing to directions and tell your friends about them. Sold by all druggists. 25 Cts. per Box. J. TH A Y Kit Proprietor. 461 N St.. S. IF.. Washington, D. C. Wm H. Brown * Hro., Canby, Gilpin A Co , and Thomson and Muth, Wholesale Agents, Bal timore. Md. Sold by N. F Hondorson k Co., Charlestown. October 21, IS79?ly. COACH FACTORY, LIVJER-ST, FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT, AC. TMIE undersigned having purchased the old es tablished Coach Factory of the late Wells J. Hawks, in Charlestown, with the view of entering into the Carriago Business^ in all its hranches, offers for sale a large nunffber of New and Second-band CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAGCEP.S, &C., at the lowest prices and upon the mast accommo dating terms. OLD CARRIAGES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW. ALL KINDSOF REPAIRS done with neatness and dispatch, ncd satisfactoa guaranteed. HORSES & CARRIAGES FOR HIRE In connection with tho above I will continue the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared t-j furnish Carriages, Buggies and Jaggera at the shortest notice. OCT- The above buainess will ba under the super intendence of Abram Stump. F U R N Jj U R E ! I also offer to the public a large lot of Furniture, comprising CHAIRS, TABLES (Extension and other,) BED S TEA DS, III A TTR E* S E?, and all articles usually found in a Furniture Es tablishment. Old Furniture Repaired. UNDERTAKING. I will be prepared in a abort time to give my special attentien to the buainess ol Undertaking. Being a practical mechanic and determined to give satisfaction, 1 respectfully solicit a share ol public patronage. LEWIS STARRY. May 15, 1S77. TUB ' OLD FAMILY tittOCEKY" Alive A grata! HAVING purchased the Store and Stock of iMr. Warren Eby I will continue the snme lino of business at his old stand. 1 offer a line assortment of * GROCERIES, SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, SVRURS, dC. Also a large stock of WOODEN WARE, CHOCK Ell Y it SALT. I solicit the patrons ere of my friends and the public, and cm satisfied they will find mystock ol prime quality and my prices very low. April 15 1*79 II 11. COOKE. %ie Running Self. Regulating! Tensions! 'Mmwhrnm ^^?ThifRfehlnthpWnrM i-S-g ?? i-V a t ? eBestii\theWorid.| <y>^co Address Sew/no 0 MACHINECO,/ 1 N2I77W.4-^?ST. I Cincinnati, U. April 16, 2879 ?I8rn. FINANCIAL. WE bare a limited amonnt-nf C t?ct cent, gold Jefferson Count v. West Virginia, Bond** for sale at 90 cents. Wo recommend them as a first-class investment. B. K. JAMISON &, CO., Bankers. S?l and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia* Pennsylvania. September 9.1879?tf. W TT ~E5 jQl. T . Corn, Hay, Potatoes, Wanted for CASH. Apply at oar Coal and Wood Yard. LIP PITT k CO. January 28,1879. COEN MEAIi. UJ E hav# on band at oar Steam Mill, near the Depot, a supply of pure well ground CORN MEAL, which we will sell at wholesale or retail. June 24, 1879. L1PPITT k CO. CUMBERLAND COAL. * "jEoffer firit rate lot of Coal for Steam and VV Smiths'purposes, at greatly reduced rates. Will keep constant supply. July 10. 1S77. LIPP1TT & CO. KTOTIOB. SMITH'S PHOTOGRAPH GAI.U5RY i.op.n.d again at hi. Beaid.sca, an East Charles Klroel. May 27, 1S79. WASH Boards of fat.fit pattern. Tnba. Lam dry Sod p. and Perline, (or easy washing, for .ale by R. S. DA LG A B.N. IT yjn want a Whit. W?ib Brash, at old price, go to 8. S. DALG ARN'S. April 13, 1S?9. HAEPKH'S FEEEY TRADE. THOM AS W. HE ALE, Duibclgrar and Dialer ia STOYES, TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE, Cor. Sbenandoah and High St read, UARPEKS FERRY, W. TA. THE ?ot??cribar wonld adopt tbia mathod of ta lornlif bia friaada, and the ci(ji?K of Har par'a Ferry aad tba adjacaat eoutrj, that ha ia atillcoad acting the above baaiocaain aliita branch es - Having bad twanty-tbra. Jmm.ru' axp.ri.cc. ia the trade, and it beiag biaiatantioa to work aoaa bat THE VERY BEST MATERIALS He willcoBfldcitljaia^rt that cvitonori may reIf upon gettiajr No. 1 articles from kiaJbUbiiakmaat. SPOUTING OB TIN HOOFING, executed ia tba vary beat manner aad at the abort eat notice, Ordera Irom any portion of the county will receive prompt atteatiea, aad pricea foaraa* teed as low aa tLe loweet. SPEAR'S CALORIFIC COOK 8TOVE8, the moat complete Cookiag Store the world ha* ever aeta, constantly on haad. Ia short, aay article ia the Tia aad Sheet-Iron trade caa be had at hia hlaaa factory. Wcnjok'i Corn* Lieirreiae Rods furniahed aad pot op anywhere ia the couaty, at the ahorteat ao tice and upoa reaaoaable terma. ft>Job Work and Meadiag doae ia the beat etyle and at toe ahorteat notice. Merohaata sup plied on the most accommodating terma. Barper'e Ferry, Oct. 8. 1672. STAB BONE PHOSPHATE I HAVE accepted the Arencv of Messrs. J. E. Tygert te Co.'a STAR BONE PHOSPHATE, prepared of Pure Ground Bones. Sulphuric Acid, Airfmel Ammoaiacal Matter aad high grade Muriat Potash, aad coataialag ao Mia eral Rock. MADE ESPECIAI/LY FOB Wheat. Rye. Oats, Corn, Potatoea. Graaa. Cab bage, Grape Vinee, Peach Trees, ko.. containing a large per cent, of really Boue Phosphate of Liine made soluble, and an ample per cert, of Atnmoala and Potaah. The Star Bono Phoaphate ia dry, and in good condition lor drilling, packed in good atreag bag*, 200 pounda actual weight in each. Highly recommended by Maryland and Virginia Farmeri, aud for aale in lota to auit by JAMES McGRAW. May 1!, IS8C. Harpor'a Ferry, W. Va. Contractors and Builders, CARPENTERS, JIEIt.cn ANTS, FARMERS, EVERYBODY, INTENDING TO BUILD OR REMODEL CAN save time and money by leaving or laudinc tbeir ordure for SASfT, DOORS, BLINDS, BRACKETS, CORNICE, FENCING, CEILINGS, PALINGS, FLOORING. MOULDINGS, MANTELS, AC., DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LIMBER OF ALL KINDS. &C.. TO THE CHARLESTOWN SScnin Saw and Planing Mill. ftj- Satisfaction 7111 be given as to pricea aod Quality of work. TERMS, REASONABLE. wm. rniLLira March C. 1S77. Jl)AVIS & il ARRELL, Charlcstoicn, JrJJerson Co., IF. Fa. DIJtlMI IK COOKING AND IIEATINO STOVES. M AVCFACTVailH OF ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SDEET I 11 ON WARE. Roofing and Spouting A SPECIALTV. \\' E would call the attention of oar friends and * ? the publio to our large Stock of STOVES, both HEATING and COOKING. which we tr? re ccirin| daily. These Stoves were bought lor Cash and will be aold at email advance. We keep TIN AND SHEET IRON WAREal waji on hand, or make to order any article needed of this metal. For HOOFING AND SPOUTING ire ttnnd tin* rivalled, both a* to tootkmanehip and quality of ma Itri+luttd. When jou contract witb ua for a job you ge*. juat what you bargain for. If you contract for beat Charcoal Tin l'l*te we irt'll ?m>< give you a common article of Loke Tin, aa baa been done by other partiea heretofore. DAVIS Ac IIARRELL, September 30, 1^79. Jefferson Carriage Factory. r|,flE underaigned reapectfuily an-W . 1 nouncea to Ibe citizena of Setter aon aod the public generally, that heSuZ_r_Sv_L j ia atill at tbe oJd stand in Cbarleatown, on the ad joining square to the Hank of Cbarlestown, two doora Weat of Truaaell & Lucaa' atore, whera.be makca CARRIAGES OF ALL DESIGNS, Such aa Rockawaye, Phaetona. Buggiea. Jumpaeata. Jag* gera,and Extenaion Top Spring Wagonaand Market Wagons. Having been doing bnaineaa eleven yeara, and working for Wella J. Ilawka before the war* and having now in my employ Mr. Win. A. Da via and Tboaaa Ryan, Hawks' old reliable Painter and Wood-worker, I can/give aatfafactfoa to all wbo may lavor me with acall. All New Work built ty me warranted for twelve moDtba. REPAIRING done in the beat manner and at ahort notice, and with the beat material. JOHN E. HILBERT. January 30, 1977?1y. King Frost is Coming! Seo to it that you bavo your Armor on! The WEST END 000T AND SHOE EMPORIUM Is Hsadqaarters FOR. BOOTS. We have now In Stock for your inspection 60 CASES?6(W) PAIR8?Men'a, Boy's, Youth's and Children's Boots, at prices unprecedented. NOTE.?These Goods have been carefully se lected in regard to quality, for there is such a - thinjr as Shoddy in boots. Our aim is to offer tba Best Goods at prices that defy competition. It will pay you to call and examine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. RODRICK, MORRIS * CO.. October 7. 1679. TRUTHS. HOP BITTERS, (A Medicine, not a Drink,) COVTAIJTS HOPS, BUCntJ, MAN DRAKE, DA!C DELI Oft, AVO THI PCBXST AID BtST Mr.DICAL QcALlTltS or all OTHia Bi-rrcaa. THEY CURE All Diseases of tbe Stomach, Bowels. Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, Nervooa ness, Sleeplessness, Female Complaints and Drunkenets. *1,000 IJf GOLD Will be paid for acaea tbey will not core or belp, or for any thing ^impure cr injorioua lound in tbem. Ask your druggist for Hop Bitters and free books, and try tbe Bitters before you sleeps Take no other. The Bop Cough Cure and Patn Relief u the Cheapest, Surest and Sett. For sale by all Prorrists in Charfestow. VARNISHES!?Both Furniture and Drying Varnish sold cheap b? GitO, T. LIGHT Sl CO. SCHOOL BOOKS of all kinds said by GEO. T. LIGHT Jt CO. Feb 24.1960. Alf ICE lot of Braaa Kettfee at i JOSEPH H. KASTERDAY'S Tin, fctove and Grocery Star*. | May 16, 1S90.