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ESTABLISHED 1844. CHARLESTOWN, W. VA? TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1881. NEW SERIES, VOL. XVI, NO. 40.
Spirit of Jeffersmt.
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PROFESSIONAL CAED8.
' laoaea Bitlob.] (W. L. Wiuoi,
Baylor tb Wilson
ATTORNEYS AT IiAW.
Cuarlealowa, JeSeraoa Co., W. V>.
fT AV1WQ uioeuitd for the practice ei Law,
M wil1 ?-?*alar)y attend all the Court, of JefTer
?oi and Berkeley Coaatiea, and attend to other
law bu.iae.s la the State of ffe.t Virginia.
rt-Special attention (irea to collectiem
s March 18, 1816. "" "
Umii-B. Gaova.] [KoaaaaT W. Biovn.
Grove bb Brown,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Charlestown, Jefferson County, W Vt.
HAVING associated for the practice of Law,
will attend to caaes ia the ditlerent Court* of
Wost Virginia and Maryland* Attention eifen
to Pensions and all classes of Claims against U.S.
Government.
(fc>-Special attention to Collections.
March 26, 1878. .
Isaeio Foulto,
Ittorn y at Law and Solicitor In Chancery,
Charleetown, Jefferson County, W. Va.
PRACTICES in the Courts of Jefferson, Berkeley
I and Morgan Counties, W. Va., and in the
t?ou rts of Frederick, Clarke and Loudoun Ccunties,
Virginia.
Deeds, Leases, Wills, fcc., neatly drawn, and
collections promptly msde and promptly remitted.
Office in Paradise Law Building. Corner ml North
Gmorge and Liberty Streets, in said town.
May 7, 1878?6m.
BRIXTON D. GIBSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
*.. Charlestown, Jefferson Co., TV. Va.
Office in Gibson Law Building. Cburt-House Yard
WILL be prompt in makingand delivering
collections. .
August 23, 1881?tf.
.1AMES F>. liUTT,
Attorney a.t Law,
HARPER'S FERRY,
Jefferson County, West Virginia.
February 8, 1876 ? tf. i
Daniel B. Locas. k. w. bkdingkb,
TjTXOjevs dfc I3ocllna[or,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
PRACTICE in ail the Courts oi Jefferson and
?urrounoing counties.
August 9, 1881.
WM. H. TRAVK.RS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Cbarl??towii, Jefferson Co , W. Virginia,
il' ILL practice in the District Courts of theUni
*V ted States for the Diatrictof West Virginia.
Particular attention paid to cases in Haukruptcy.
July 30, 1870.
SAMUEL J. C. M00RE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bar ry rille, Clarke County, Virginia,
AND
CLE ON M00KE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Charlestown, Jefferson County, West Vt.,
.\f ILL undertake cases jointly in the Courte of
' both of said Counties.
May 28,1872.
MARSHALL McCORMICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HEHRVViLLE, V A
II ILL practice in the Courts of Clarke, War
* r?n and Frederick couutiee, Va., and in
JfiSertoa county, W. Va.
Soecia* attention givea to r.ellcetiona.
Office Between (Griffith's store ami the Poatoffice.
July ?, 1880?y.
8. B. NT,ILL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
8HEPHERDSTOWN. WEST YA.
PARTICULAR attention paid to the collection
of claims. In contested r??e? will tiare the
assistance of Mr. Andrew E. Kennedy, of Charles
town
OfHcp opposite Adams' Hotel.
February 17. 1880- It
l">r. 1-1. S. Castleman,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
, JcjfferS"H Oovnfy. If. lra.
gtj- Office on Charles street, next to residence
of N S. White, Esq.
January 25. 1WS!?6m.
DR. J. D. ST A it HY,
Chalestown , Jeflerson County, If est Virginia,
HAVING resumed tbe practice ol Medicioe; of
fer# bie Professional services to the public.
Orpicc next door to residence, near corner of
George and Main Streets
January 25, 1876 ?6m.
DR. C. F. FOUKE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE in Paradise Law Building, corner of
George and Liberty Sis.
October 8. 1878?1y.
DR. 0. T. RICHARDSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
LESTOWN, tV. VIRGINIA.
-s
ijifv. t875itf.
U8TAV BROWN,
Baker and Confectioner,
'
T^BE undersigned baa made proviaiona on a
1 frsnd scale to meet tbe seasonable demands
of (be people. I have in atore a great variety of
Fancy Groocls
superior in qoality to any ever before offered in
Charlestown, and at astonishingly low prices. I
NOVELTIES IN TOYS, CONFECTIONERY
AND FRUITS.
I wotxld call tbe attention of my customer* to a
nica assortment o! Indian Baskets, also Wax and
China Dolls, all sizes; Wagons, Sleighs, Doll
Carriages, etc.
Chicago Cai-amels.
These Caramels I always keep on band, fresh;
they are cot aidered thebeat in the market, always
giving satisfaction
PLAIN AND FRENCH CANDY.
I have a large supply of Candies ?Plain Cindy,
Fancy and Fiench Mixtures, all fresh, to satisfy
the dsmand.of young and old.
Kalsins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Xuts,
of which 1 have a large stock, and will ssll as low
as tbs lowest.
Thanking my frienda for the generous patron
age they extended to me the past year, I hope to
merit it in the future.
Oec. 2, 1880. GOSTAV BROWN.
^1,000 A YEAR
CAN be made at home by any active man or
woman, boy or girl. You will not be obliged
to leave your own town, or be away from home
over aight. Any one can conduct the busineas.?
It requires no capital.
WE WILL. 8TART FOU WITH AN
OUTFIT WORTH $4 fc^FREE.-CO
If you are employed duiing the day yon can
make from ? 1 to S3 an evening Some of our
agents report a profit of 025 la a single day.?
Write at once for full particulars to
E. Q. RIDEOUT, 20 Barclay Street, N. Y.
May 3, 1881 ? 6m
PCR8I AN POWDER, for killing flies, black
gnats. roacbea, &c. Directions : Apply lo
cally , or close the roam and burn a tablespoonful
of it on a plate and every fly dies. Sold by
July 19. 1881. GEO. T. HUHT.
O year for the Willougbby Drill? ?he best
Aj%J in tbe market. rraprov??d for 1881 Call
and aee it. DUKE & GALLAHER,
I LION WHEEL HORSE KaKE for sale by
June 7, 1881. DUKE * GALLAUER.
BALTIMORE CARD8.
urn
Grand, Square and Upright
PIANO FORTES.
THESE instruments hare been before the p ob
lie for nearly fifty years, and upon their ex
cellen.ce alone have attained an
UNPUECHA SED PEE-EMINENCE,
Wnich eatabliabeathem aa uneqaaied in
TOHE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP &
DURABILITY.
Eotry Piano Fully Warranted /or 5 Years.
SECOND-HAND PIANOS.
A larpe stock at all prices, conRUntly on hand,
comprising tome o! our own make, but slightly
naed. SoleAgonta for the celebrated
tSmitli American Organs
AND OTHDR HADING MiKES.
Pricea and terms to anil all purchaaora.
WM.KNABE* CO.,
204 & 206 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore
October 19, 188Q-Iy. *
Mallby Oouse,
BALTIMORE, MD.
T^HE "MALTRY" ia the only Ilotel in Balti
mora conducted on both the
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.
Owing to the decline in coat el many articles
appertaining- to our expenses, the rate* of board
haTo been reduced to
?2.00 and $2 50 per Day on the American Plan, and
S l.00 to 32.00 on the European.
Being the only Hotel in the country having at
those rates
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER
E3X.33 V ATO El ,
and all modern improvements.
C. It. HOCAN,
April 24, 1S77-y. Proprietor.
HOTELS.
THE TAYL0H HOUSE,
(Formerly Sappington Hotel)
CHARLESTOWN. WEST VIRGINIA.
undersigned having leased tlio above
I named Hotel, and re-painted, renovated and
thoroughly and comforiably furnished it, now
informs the public that he is prepared to receive
permanent or transient, guests. Tbo exuerionce
of years as a host is an aaaurauco cf Ins aptness
and ability to carer agreeably to the wants of
the public, and he believes he s;ib3ervca hia own
interests best by aervintr the public geneiously
and honest ly and courteously
Rooms comfortable: Table and Bar well sup
plied ; Stables ample for the accommodation of
horses at Livery, and Horses and Vehicles for
Oir? ; Omnibuses attend upon arrival and de
parture of trams; Charges moderate.
Jniv 12. 1SS1 - 3a? W E. TAYLOR.
TAYLOR HOTEL,
WINCHESTER. Va.
?I^HE undersigned takes pleasures in announc
i in? to his numerous friends in Virginia and
elsewhere, that he has undertaken the manage
ment of this Famous Hotel for a tortn of years ?
To those who know hiin it is use'ees to say that
he will spare no efforts to render the TAYLOR
HOUSE worthy of their patronage. Strangers
and the public at large are cornially invited to
give the Taylor House a trial. He has refitted it
from top to bottom, and with No 1 cooks and po
lite and accommodating employers in every de
putmett, hopes to maintain the reputation of the
Taylor Hotel, lamons among- travelers for the iast
fifty years Every Departmentof ihe House will
be conducted with a view to the comfort and con
venience of its eursts.
<X^-.Speci*I Facilities for Commercial Travelers.
Terms to transient visitors ?'2 00 per day, and
advantageous rates to wceklv nnd monthlv Board
era HENRY WUI.FBRT.
April 19, 18*1.
Virginia Hotel,
BF.RRTVII.LB, CLARKE CO., VA.
Mrs. Ann K. Castlcman, 1'roprletor.
THIS house will continue to be kept in the beet |
style for the comfort and convenience of !
guests, the traveling public bctng at all timea aa
Qurrd of a cordial welcome and genuine hospi
tality. Hate* moderate.
July 6, 1880?y.
Mountain View Hotel,
Harper's Fcrrv, West Ya.
TERMS :--S2.00 PER DAY. $10.00 PGR WEEK.
Speial Rates to Farmers of JefFeraon and
Commeicial Men.
GEO. W. GREEW, Proprietor, I
Col Thomas B. Sharp, Clerk.
- October 6..1S75.
National Boarding House,
CharleBtown, Jefferson County, Weat Ya.
Mas. H. D. RUST, Proprietor.
THIS house will continue to.be kept in the bast
style, for the comfort and convenience of
gueats. Permanent and transient boarders taken.
Kates moderate.
April *26, 1881 ?6m. /
The itust House,
LURAY. VIRGINIA,
N. A. RUST, Propbiktor.
TA RLE supplied at all times with the best the
market affords- Hacks for the Luray Caverns.
Terms moderate for first-class accommodations.
April 12, 2881.
Levi Baker.
BRICKLAYER AND STONE-MASON,
ASO MASUFACTUaER OF
MACH I NK IJUICIi,
Charlestown, West Va.
MY old lrionds and the public generally are
informed that I am prepared to do all kinds
of Brick w.?rk a nd Stone maeonry at the shortest
notice, and arn also prepared to contract to fur
nish NO. 1 BRICK for building-and all purposes
Thanking my friends for the patronage bestowed
upon me in the past, I still solicit a continuance,
and to new orders promise the most prompt and
careful attention,
August 31, 1880 y LEVI BAKER.
gTARTLlMG
DISCOVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful imprudence sensing Prema
ture Decay. Nervous Debility. Lost Manhood, etc..
having tried in vain every known remedy, haBdis
covervd a simple self cure, which he will send FREB
to hi* fellow-sufferers, address J. H. KiaJtvE?,
42 Chatham St., K. Y.
February 1, 1881 ly.
W*tehcB. St?r* windart |5 Jfl. White tn.tnl Rnntlne C???
$6. Imitation pnl.lfs, Solid eolJ913. CliMpMt ?nd b?lt
for your own Qitoripccnlitit* pnrpotti. V?lB*kU?t
alosa*fr??. THOHPfeOX ACO., lZSaautalU >?? l ?rk.
February 1, 1831 ly.
$2
BF. DOW * CO *8 PORTABLK STKAM
? ENGINES and IMPROTED THRESHING
MACHINES are warranted equal to any in the
United Stales Call on ti.e undersigned for Cir
culars, price lists, &c.
DUKE It GALLAHER,
June 7, 1881. Agents for Jeff. Co.
HONEY, very fine, well filled an^ in email
cape, for sale by 8. S. DAL6ARN.
July 12, 1881.
? 1 O to NIMROD TRUS8ELL'8and get the beat
? vJT 2 for 6c. Cigars in town.
HAGEBSTOWN CARDS.
Jab. B. McLaughlin.] [ChailesH. Hiibebt. I
When you go to
HAGER STQWN
STOP AT THE
Baldwin House,
* (Opened September 1, 1880,)
Entirely new. First-class in every respect. Sol
id Walnut Furniture throughout. Gm in every
room. Running- Water upon each floor.
Mclaughlin & Herbert,
October 12, 18S0?ly. Proprietors.
One Price Casli House
GRAND SPRfNG OPENING,
Saturday, March 26,1881.
IN PIECE GOODS for Suits we will show you
the largest variety of patterns orer seen in
Western Maryland, and the largest collections of
really new suitings.
IN CUSTOM MADEGARMENTS we will guar
an tee as neat fitting, well made, comfortable and
artistic work as can be produced in any first-class
city Merchant Tailoring Establishment
READY MADS CLOTHING.?fiOO Suits to se
lect from, perfect in make, neat in fit and cheaper
than the cheapest.
OUR OWN MAKE, or READY MADE CLOTH
ING equals the best productions made elsewhere,
striker the eye, pleases the taste and suits the
puree of the public.
HOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.?Of
this lino we make a specialty, and wijl show you
j 200 suits of the latest styles and patterns, for
Spkinq awd Summed Wea*. as low in price as you
can buy the material ol the same quality without
| the making.
HATS AND CAPS to pleasG all at prices that
will make you wonder how wesell them socheap.
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS.?Shirts
of all kinds. Drawers, Collars, Cuffs. Neck Wear,
Stockings,Suspenders, Handkerchiefs. Collarand
Sleeve Buttons, Studs. Scarf Pins, Canes, Urn
brellan. and every thing for Men and Bovs' Wear,
oxcopt Boot? and Shoes.
ONE PRICE AND FOR CASII
IB THE PL AIV.
All our goods are bought in large qantitios for
cash. ^ Every article has the price marked on it
I in plain figures. Nothing is added to cover losses
I attending the credit syatom, or with a view of
again taking it off to dureive or please the buyer,
i ONE PRICE AND FOR CASH insures you un
| doubted value (or your money. It puts all those
not posted on quality and prices on the same foot
ing with the more experienced, it puts the mod
est and backward buyer on an equal with the
sharpest; it enables every one to get the largest
possible amount for the monoy, and is therefore
the true plan. All are pleased with it. None
; should fail to try it at
UPD KG RAFF'S
Opposite "Bald win House,"
Hageratown, Md.
March 22, 1381? odO!*2? ly.
WANT JED!
Good Hickory and
White Oak Timber,
Suitable for making Spokes and Rims,
IN LARGE OR SMALL LOTS.
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
PARTIES having such Timber for sale will
Uud it to their advantage to address
. J. R. SMITH,
Aeont for Hnopes Bro. 4c Darlington, (limited.)
Jnly26, 13SI? 3m. Hau^rstown. 3dd.
G. W. EABNSHAW,
MANUFACTUBEH,
WHOLISALB AND BETAIL DIALER IV
Fine Seed & Havana Cigars
H\ND-tMADE CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
No. 3 nud 4 Public Square,
BAOEltSTOWN, md.
EARNSHAW'8 Celebrated Cigars are being
i bandied by the lar ger portion of dealers of
this town. Give him a call. Satisfaction guar
an teed.
July 2G. ISSI? 6m.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
AVING secured the centre room in the new
lichouse building, West Washington
agerstown, Md.,
T T A VIN<
11 Huuu
at., Hagers
Lowen,stein Bros.,
now of Frederick City, will take possession of
and occupy the same upon its completion, and
conduct therein the Merchant Tailoring and
Clothing Business upon a large scale. The at
tention of the public iscordially invited to this
fact as their interests will be promoted by wait
ing for their arrival. Particulars will be an
nounced hereafter.
Jnly 5,1881.
Important Notice to Builders.
rriHE undersigned is giving bis sole attentioa
I to the
LUMBER BUSINESS,
at Roadside, Rockingham County, Virginia* an*
has facilities for filling orders of any extent and
great variety. Ho commands forests of/Trowing
timber of the very best quality, and milling ca
pacity to meet the most extravagant demands
of this section.
Orders for Lumber for
X3viilcling- Purposes,
cut in size and lensrth to meet the demands of
Builders or others, filled promptly upon terms
with which no other person in the Valley of
Virginia can compete successfully.
Tb? subscriber has iu former years supplied
very many persons in this section with Lumber,
and in returning thanks for past patronage, and
in soliciting the orders of old customers and
new. promises a careful personal supervision, so
that orders may be satisfactorily tilled. Address,
DR. 8. P. H.MILLER,
Roadside,
Rockingham Co.,
Nor. 19, 1378?y. Virginia. ?
Justice's^ Notice.
HAVING qualified and given bond as a Jus
tice of the Peace- I am now prepared to
give strict attention to the duties of mv office.
All Claims placed in mv hands for Collection
according to Law, shall have mv close atten
tion, and prompt returns made as the law di
rects. Persons wishing collections according
to law, and prompt returns made, will have
their orders carried out
U. S. Currency defaced or partly destroved
will be redeemed bv the U. S. Treasury. I will
endeavor to have such redeemed when placed
in my bands. Acknowledgments to deeds and
other obligations. &c.. taken at my office. North
corner of the Market-House, entrance to Wash
ington Hall Give mo a call
JOHN AVIS,
June 14.1S81?tf Justice of the Pence
ME TREATMENT.
A certain cure fbr NervOUS
bility, Seminal Weak
. ss. Impotence, etc.
The Bocitxj t in my practice for 25 Years
and mi illut?*-..- 3 -ook of60 pacrea giring fall di
rectlons for -lent, sent free. Address
w t. wiir > Oit? 8tTiLW?I?
November 30, 1S50?ly.
A SUPERIOR article of Rye Whiskey bottled
for sickness, Golden Drip, alio Rock and Rye
made according to 17 8. P., sold by
April 19. 19*U. GEO. T. LIGHT.
TIN and Glass Fruit Cans and Sealing Wax,
for tale by 8.8. DALGARN.
Augost 16. 1881.
<T?'TQ A WE Eli. ?12 i day at home easily
?p / -w made Costly Outfit free. Addrss?Taua
& Co., Augusta. Maine. March 8, 1881?ly.
(J? /T TO S20 per day at home. Samples worth
S5 free. Address H. Raliitt & Co.. Port
land, Maine March 6,1881?ly.
ACARONI, CHEESE and Fresh Crackers for
sale by 8. S. DALGARN.
M
MEDICINAL.
PYEMIA
Or Blood Poisoning, which Results
in Abscesses,Ulcers,Sores,Car
buncles, Boils and Itching
Humors, Cured.
FEVER SORE.
Wbal I toll you is the truth, told for do other
purpose but to testify to the merits ol the Cuti
cuba Riuidus. Mr. Frederick Yeaton.of this
town* has been troubled lor years with a Ferer
Boro on one ol his legs. Last fall and all winter
he could hardly walk a step. 1 induced him to
take your Rimidiks. He has taken about four
bottles Cuticuba Biioivist, and osed the Cuti
cuaA Soap externally. His leg to-day is almost
well, and he walks with ease. It was a sight to
bshold ? black, and swollen very badly. I wish
you could see his lsg to-day. The change would
astonish you.
CHA3. H. TRIPP, Allied. Me.
SALT RHEUM.
Will McDonald. 2642 Dearborn St.. Chicago,
gratefully acknowledges a euro of Salt Rhsum on
head, neck, face, arms and legator seventeen
years; not able to walk except en hands and
knees for one year ; not able to help himself for
eight years ; tried hundreds of remedies , doctors
pronounced bis case hopeless: permanently cured
by the Caticara Remedies.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The half hae not besa told as to tbs great cura
tive powers of the Cutiguba Rbmbdibs. I have
paid hundreds of dollars for medicines to enre
diseases of the blood and skin, and never found
anything yet to equal the Cuticuba Rbmkdibs.
t>HAS. A. V^ILLIAMS, Providence, R. I.
TREATMENT^
The Culicura treatment for the cura of Skin,
Scalp and Blood Diseases, consisIs in the internal
use of Cuticuba HaeotvsnT, the new Blood Puri
fier, and tha external use of Cuticuba and Cuti
cura Soap, the Ureat Skiu Cures.
Price of Cuticuba, small boxes, SOc: large boxes,
SI- Cuticuba Rxsolvbnt, 81 per bottle. Cuti
OVBA Soap, 25c. Cuticuba Shaving Soap, 16c.
Sold by all druggists. Depot,
Weeks <fc Potter, Boston, Mais.
CATARRH.
Sanford's Radical Cure,
Complete Treatment
For $1.00.
Clear head and voice, easy breathing, sweet
breath, perfect smell, taste and hearing, m
?:ough. no choking, no distress. These bappj
conditions are brought about in the severest
cases of Catarrh by that most agreeable, eco
domical, speedy, sale end never tailing specific.
Sanfobd's RanicAL Cube. Complete and in
allibla treatment, consisting of one bottle ol
.'he Radical Cubb, one box of Catarrhal Sol
vb.nt and one Improved Inhales, all wrapped,
in one packagB, with treatise and directions,
and sold by alldruggists lor $ ' ? Ask for 8am
PORD's R ADIC4.L CURB.
General Agents, WEEKS & POTTER,
Boaton. Maaa,
PABSONS'
RATS, MI C E,
Roaches, Water Bags
and Red and Black
Anta eat **avenoualy
fear cf had arnella.?
Barns, graneriea and
households often oleared in a single night. Bast
and cheapest vermin killer in the ??orld. No failure
in 30 years. Every box warranted. Sold by ail
grocers and druggists. Ask for PARSONS*.?
Mailed for 2fic. by WEEKS & POTTER, Boston,
Maaa. October 4, 138l?lm.
Diminished Vigor
It reimbursed in great measure, to thoa'e troubled
with woak.kidneys, by a judicious uaeof Hoatet
tcr'a Stomach Bitters, which invigoratea and
atimalatea without excitiner the urinary organ*.
In conjunction with ita influence upon them, it
oorrecta acidity, improves appetite, and ia in
every way conducive to health and nerve repoae.
Another marked quality is ita control over levar
and ague, and it power of preventing it.
For aale by all Druersriata and Dealers generally.
t and Best Bledlclne orerMada.
The!
? a combination of Hops* Buchu. Man
dnikle "d Dandelion, with ail the best and
moat e%ura tire properties of all other Bitters,
makas\tho greatest Blood Purifier, Liver
Resc u l\a tor, ??d ?"*d Health Restoring
Agent o^njBBBUSEEai earth
;?o disease o^kan possibly loop otlrt where nop
Bitter* are os\pd.sorarted and perfeot are tbel
eparationajHA
Tboy gift mv n\b inlflg3? to the t ga 1 ted lsfirm.
To ail whose ?Employments eauso irregularl*
tJ of the bowelsor^^ urinary organs, or who re
quire an A ppeaier^T?nlc and mild Stimulant,
IlopDittera are InWithout intOX"
Icattag. obobV
No matter wbatyourfoVellngs or symptoms
are what the disease or allWuent Is uae Ilop Bit
ters. Don't wait until fou am1"? ?lok but If yon
only feel bad or miserable,*them at one*.
It may saToyourllfe.lt hasl**vsd hundreds.
J500^UlbepaJdforacan*? they not
eure or help. Do not auffer m?r'e* your friends
sufter.but use and urge thom^k to 1180 Hop 3
Remember,nop Bitters is noV?I'*? drugged
drunken nostrum, but the Purest^^^ n a Best
Medicine ever made ; the "UTilJDB^L
and OOPS** and no person or family^^
should be without them.
D.I.C.is an absolute and Irresistible eure]
forI>runkeuncs8,u*e of opium, tobacco and
nareoties. All sold bjr druKlrfsts. Bend J
for Circular. Bop BlUer* Biy. C?., A
Rochester Jt.T and Toronto. Ont. *47
April 19, Idol?ly.
U7 A RNER'S SAFE REMEDY, Scott'a and
Camm's Emulsion, sold by
July 19. GEO. T. LIGHT.
,'OULD Inform the public that every Pi eicrip
tion that comee to my atore ia prepared by
me individually Peraons can find me at night
at the room over the old Sharifl's Office. Jail Buil
ding. Respectfully,
July 19,1881. GEO. T. LIGHT
LAGER BEER?genuine Milwaukee?sold by
July 19. GEO T. LIGHT.
Fresh deviled crabs.
PORTLAND LOBSTERS,
FRESH SALMON,
COOKED COR!f- BEEF,
Juat received and for aale by
June 21. 1891. T W. MITCHELL
A week in your own town. Terma and $5
OVJU outfit free. Addresa H. Hallktt k Co.,
Portland, Maine March 8, 1881?ly.
GO to NIMROD TRUSSELL'8 and get the beat
6c. Cigar in town.
JJpiril of Jefferson.
Cbarlestown, Jefferson County, Weit Ta
TUESDAY X0KMX6, CCTOBKB 4, 1881.
Married People Would be Happier
If hoae trials were never told to the
neighbors.
If the; kissed and made op after avary
quarrel.
If household expenses ware proportioned
to reoaipts.
If they tried to be as agreeable as in oourt
ship days.
If each would try to be a support and
comfort to the atber.
If each remembered the other was a hu
man being, not an angel.
If women were as kind to their husbands
as they were to their lovers.
i If fuel and provisions wore laid in during
the high tide of summer work.
If both parties remembered they married
for worse as well as for better.
If men were as thoughtful for their-wives
aa they were for their little sweethearts.
If there were fewer silks and velvet oo*.
tames for the street acd more plain, liiy
house-dresses.
If there were fewer "please darlings," in
public, and mora oomtaan manners in pri
vate.
If wives and husbands would take soma
pleasures as they go along and not degener
ate into mere toiling machines. Recreation
is necessary to keep the heart in its place,
and to get along without is a big wistako.
If men would remember that women oan't
always be smiling who have to took the din
ner, answer tha door bell half a dozen tines,
and get rid of a neighbor who has dropped
1 in, tend to a sick baby, tie up the out 'finger
of a two-year-old, gather up the playthings
of a four-year-old, tie up the head of a six
year-old on skatos, and get an eight-year-old
ready for school, to say nothing of sweeping,
oleaning, ete. A woman with all this to
contend with may claim it ss a privilege to
look and feel a little tired sometimes, and a
word of sympathy would not bo too much to
expect from the man, who, daring tha
honeymoon, wouldn't let her oarry er:n a
small bundle.
[Fort Wavn#, (Ind.) Sentinel.]
Wilt. Wonders Ever Cka.se ? ?Mr.
John G. Fleddarman, the well-known Mer
chant Tailor, in Union Blook, writes : "I
was a sufferer for many years with NeuraU
gia nnd Rheumatism, and found no relief
until I tried St. Jacobs Oil. After using
two bottles I was entirely cured."
Agricultural Fairs.
Hageretown?Ootobor 4, 5, 6, 7.
Winchester?Ootober 11, 12, 13, 14.
Frederick City?October 11, 12, 13, 14.
Washington Oity?Ootober 10 to 15.
Richmond?Ootober 10?for ten days.
State Fair, Wheeling?Oot. 10?one week.
Remember that you can save money by
calling at II. A Button's Jewelry Store, to
I bay Goods. You will save 25 per cent, in
buying Jewelry, warranted Gold or Roll
plate, whioh ever Buits you. Watches clean
ed for SI.25 and warranted ; all kinds of
Watch Work repaired and made good as
new at low prices?oall and soe for yourself.
No charge for looking. Clocks of all kinds
repaired and everything that is in my line
of business. I have for sale Bird Seed fresh
and clean?free from dust. Sign?Watch
and Spectacles, with Eyes looking at you,
and Black Face Watch. Call and see.
An Oswego mao recently attached a wing
I to each sido of bis house with the ohorished
idea that it would fly high enough to lift a
mortgage.
I
Kalamazoo. Mieh..Feb-2. 18S0.
I know Hop Bitters will bear recouimenda
tion honestly- All who u,e tbom confer upon
tliem the biehest encomiums, And give then
credit for making euros?all the proprietors
olaim for them. I bare kept tbem since the;
were first offered to tbe poblie. They took hick
rank from the Qiat> and maintained it. and are
more called for tbau all others combined. 80
lone ?8 they keep op tkeir kiffb reputation for
purity and usefulness. I shall continue to re
eemmend them?something 1 bar* never before
dona witb any etker patent medicine.
J. J. Babcock. M. tt.
500 pieoes prints, fall styles and very
pretty, just reoeivo'd at the Twin Fronts ; |
also whole bales of cotton and aotton flsn
? els ; an immense stock of underwear. New
goods (all kinds) are rolling in the Twin
Fronts. 500 Hats for Men, Boys, Children
and the babies, and latest fall stylos?some
thing to suit you exactly. Mr. Goldsmith
iB East purchasing and shipping his goods
by the oar load. Call and examine them.
There seems to be an impression among
the oommunity that I am going to leave
Charlestown. Such is not tho oase. I in
tend opening this fall a store in conjunction
with this one, and shall give my personal at
tention to both. Having just return ed from
tho Northern cities my etoek is very full and
complete. W. A Kohlhousen.
While the house of worship of the M. E.
Church South is undergoing repairs, the
congregation will worship in Washington
Hall. Services on Sabbath at 11 A. M and
7:30 P. M. Sabbath Sohool at 9 A. M.
Prayer M eeting at 7:30 P. M. en Wednes
days.
Geo. H Hsgle? is receiving a large sup
ply of New Fall Goods?Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Clothing, etc. Call early and make
your purchases from the very large assort
ment now on hand.
SLiirLuisici, NtivoDism, Ca?sot Riot
W*ll at night, tired in Ihe morning on rising,
sluggish, pain in tho back, which arises from tho
kidney, with hirhly colored urine if allowed to
stand to be thick, attended with burning when
?oided, Thayer's Lirer Powders will care yon.
Only 25 cents. Sold by druggist If. F. Bender
sen, Charlestown, W. Va.
The House I now ocoupy is for Kent?
immediate possession given.
W. A. Kohlhousbn.
Tn? Nur?krt is always profnsely illustrated,
and filled with matter just salted to Jonngeat
readers. The October number, before us, ie a
model of excellence.
I Tmtn'i ComoxPTiow oa Cough Cuac is tbe
baa 1 thing for Consumption known, and will core
I an ordinary cough in thirty minntea.
Do votr wia* to Puaipv mi Svstbm and get rid
of Biliooaneaa? If ao, oae Thayars Liver Pow
I ders 25 cts. Bold by druggists.
POETICAL.
WATCH YOUR WOEDS.
Kasp a wateh on y?nr words, my darliacs.
For words are wonderful things;
They are sweet, like the bees' fresh hooey?
Like the bees, they have terrible stings.
They can bless like the warm, glad sunshine.
And brigbtoa a lonely life;
They can eat, in tbe strife of anger.
Like an open two-edged knife.
Let them pass throueh the lip* unchallenged.
If their errand i* trae and kind?
If they come to support the weary,
To eomfort and help the blind;
If a hitter, revengeful spirit
Prompt the words, let them be unsaid :
They may flash through a brain like lightning
?r fall on a heart like lead.
Keep them back, if they're cold aad cruel.
Under bar and look and seal;
The wounds they make, my darlings.
Are always slow to heal.
If ay pease guard your lire*, and erer.
From tbe time ef your early yoath.
May the words that you daily atter
Be ths words of bsautifal truth.
-Pmny.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A. WESTERN STOBY.
jljE ROY, ths Westorn robber, who was
<$?reoently lynohed, was outwitted ono?. It
was in November, 1879. and the soene the
Western Pass road near Rooky Ranch, nino
miles below Leadvilla.
In the ooach were seven gentlemen and
one lady. At intervals daring the day road
agents had been the topic of conversation,
and the lady remarked that all the money
she possessed was safely tacked away in her
left overshoe.
Curly Hooker was driving, and it lookod
as though the journey would be made in
safety, when the stage stopped and Cnrly
oried down through the boot:
"For heaven's sake, keep qniet and don't
shoot I"
The next moment there came a word of
command, and a murderous-looking revolver
at full cook, appeared at one of the windows.
A second weapon of like dimensions esme in
eight at the opposite window, and the wo
man screamed in traly feminine fashion.
The door wbh opened, and a slight form, tho
face concealed by a domino and blaok felt
hat appeared.
"Step out, pleaso," said the owner, bland
ly ; "toll mast be paid by all pilgrims at
this point."
"Hands np," said the voice again as tho
first passenger steppod oat, "and be lively
too, for I haven't shot a man since yester
day, and am aohiog to get in praotice again!"
His (ommindi wero obeyed to the letter.
All were arranged in line in the snow and
the boyish-looking leader first searching yonr
correspondent. The first thing fonnd was a
railroad press pass, aod scanning it for a mo
Boot, the bandit said :
"I always respect the press, I am Billy
Le Roy, and I aek you to let mo down easy."
All were examined except the lady and a
gentleman at her left, and little money was
found. "Beg pardon. Miss," said Le Roy,
as he rifled her pockets. As the road agent
turned to the remaining passenger, the latter
said :
"I haven't got over 825 to my name, but
if you'll let me go I'll tell you where you
can get over $400."
Le Roy had already found the passenger's
pocket-book, and aB it was not heavy laden,
repliod :
"Well, fire away; it's a bargain."
"In the left over-shoe of tho woman," an
swered the tell tale.
Despite the woman's protestations her
shoe was removed and the money appropri
ated. Then orders were given to return to
the stage ; they were obeyed ; Curly Hooker
was to drive on, and in a few moments the
stage was bowling rapidly away from the
eventful spot.
Ad indignation meeting was immediately
held, and it was suggested that the passtn
ger who had betrayed the lady should either
be lynched or thrown oat of the stag* to
parish ia the snow.
"Allow me to ntter ? word of explana
tion," said the brute, ia a suave ton*, at this
point. "I an the agent for a St. Loaii com
pany who have pnrohaaed an interest in the
Penry group of mines at Laadville, and in
my valise I oarry $60,000 of the pnrohase
money. The ezpressage rata en so great a
sum is so heavy that I thought it safer to
adopt this method of carrying it through. I
knew very well that if the rebber found
nothing be would searoh our baggage, and
so played the role of informant and outwit
ted him."
On arriving at Leadville the lady, who
proved to be Mrs. Winnie Purdy, was pre
sented with $1,000 by the agent.
War WBiB PuaTr.m T?Tbey may relieve,
bat tbey can't core tbat lame back, for the kid
neys are the trouble and yno want a remedy to
act directly en tbeir secretions. te purifv and
restore their bealtlir condition. Kidney-Wort
has tbat specific action?and at the lame time
it regelates the Dowels perfectly. Don't wait
to get siok, bat (ret a package to-day. and care
yocrself. Liquid and dry sold by all Drug- i
gltfft. ? (Jtrmmnloiem Ttltgrmph
The 8. V. R. R. is now prepared to sell
for use of individuals or families, books con
taining coupons good for 500 miles at 2i
cents per mile Applioatlon for tho same
should be made to Joseph W Coxe, General
Ticket Agent
A man in Sonoma connty, California, has
sold over $700 worth of carp this year from
a pond coverine less than an aereof ground,
and has 20,000 fish of various sizes remain
ing.
Id valid wires and mothers qaickly restored
to health by nsiac Brown's Iron Bitters.
Brown's Iron Sitters enrieh the blood and
strengthen the musealar system.
It it ?. part of the unwritten parental coda
that our ohiidren are 'darlings,' the neigh
bors' dirty brats." A rule withont an ex
oeption.
Unhealthy er inactive kidneys cans* gravel.
Brigbt's disease, rheumatism, and a horde of
otber serions and fatal diseases, whieh ean be
preveated with Bop Bitters, if taken ia time.
A firm at Luray shipped one day recflntly
to the North 6.000 pounds af dried fruit.
"Sellers' Liver Tills" have been the standard
remedv for malaria, liver complaint, aostiva
ness. etc.. for fifty years
Tumors, erysipelaa. merenrial diseaaes. tref
ala. and geaeral debility cared by "Dr. Lind
sey's Blood Searcher."
^-transient bills?cash
iasssgs&sszi"'
Oa? iqtar*, Urn aoatki ~ ? 60
Q?< ?qw>. mix aoMtfc. 4.00
I O** tqaart,oat '"? 6.00
C A VDIDAT11'lVlOSVOl Mmw-r'm 10.00
f6:00'" 8U,> or Co?tTM.io?'rS^n"nif ?f*
jeWssSSSSSS
"? ~?.ct
^uco'u^'Z "?;?Sr &??& ????
ftaarfrly Advarttoar. ' u<
Qough and Spurgeon-An Affqoting
Incident. -
rodt b"otAfnl d*7 * ?" for London a. w?
rod# together, ohatting .11 th. way. Th.
.,',i'?7 .1."
? ? oommenssiaeDft vm * ,n' ?
^20,000 ,o Mr. Spurg.^am a I.T ?<
EF-'ip^s^ssshi
w;.fi^:^rr"Lrs?
.dL"ioD>"'What "r0 A" re1nir???t>te for
He eiid, "Utter destitation. Nothinpda.
of^nglani? than^of We^h**^
After the boy. had gone through their
gymnast., exernisea and Military' drill I
.poke, . few word. to them. Mr. Spurcion
*?j b?' amoDg boy.. P g,?D
He said, "There are two hundred and
forty bo,?only think. How n,?yp.nol
are there in a shilling 7" '
"Twelve."
"Twenty." ** m"ny ia ? Pound?"
?n.n?r'ht' TWe,V" tiBM tW8nt* ,ro tow
"Two hundred and forty."
"H-.'m p?n.BVpieo* for ??oh boy."
Here, Mr. Charleswerth," handing him a
?*??>*>. "giv. these boys', penny api.0??
when a .hr.ll, hearty hurrah waa liven U
Mr. Spurgeon turned .way with a laugh of
keen onjoyment. K
h consumption ; he e.nnot live, and I
ed if h/r f/?*i t- W0Uld be di"PP?int
eeei Ms." 1 ^ be" h"8 Bnd "?d ??
and\h ,Dtu "L? 8001 *nd swaet ?bambar,
"d'h"e !ay ,be boy. H, was Tcrj mneh
xoited when ho saw Mr. Spnrgeon. The
ereat preaoher gat by hi* side, and I cannot
bV..?r" u?ldi?? "? h""1
dear, y0B ,re g0inK, and you nr. vory tired
lying her., and soon you will be free from
rest fast nighT?" r,,t' did' Z
'I He coughed very mueh."
de#r b?7, " 8c#n? very hard for
nk"hl? ^her" in P*io,and cough all
night. Do you love Jesus ?"
"Yes."
"Josns lov^syou. He bought you with
b"9tPforC'0n8 bl?od* aad be knows what is
best for you. It seems hard for you to >ia
here and listen to tbe shout, of the healthy
boys outside at play. Kut Boon jMn.
yon borne, and then Ho will tall yon the
reason, and you will be ao glad."
.rheD. J?jiog his h.nd on the boy, with?.
out the formality of kneeling, ho said, "O
ont his th*8'^' lih" r8" ?h'ld re*?bing
out his tbin hand to find thino. Touoh him,
l ift him'""^ W 'hy loving, warm clasp!
i,ift him as he passe, the oold river, that his
etbonotobHled by tho water of death;
take him home in thine own good time ?
Comfort and chcrish him till that good tin.
comes. Show him thysolf as bo lies hera
and Ic hlm lhee aod know tbet moro
more as his loving Saviour."
After a moment', pauso, he said, "Now
YVm m" r,BD^thiDK y?n would lik. 7?
Would you liko a little canary i0 . 0,K, t0
tbaYha'T S,Dg ln th? morDinft 7 Nurse, aoo
fiftL h " ?Jan,ry sorrow morning.?
Good-bye my dear; you will see tbe Saviour,
perhaps, before I shall," '
Jbad "8DcMf- 8Purg?on holding in hi.
P wer sixty-fivo hundred parson, in a braatb
lew interest; I kntw him as a great man
..'i,I'r8.t"7u88JUeJm,d *Dd bo'oved ; but at h.
Whom tr* u e" ?f * dyiDg PaoP*r obild,
bom his beneficence had resoned, ha was lo
niaagraatar and gr.od.r man than w"?
rVf"'?- *i8 miftbty multitude at his will.?
^Shadow. ^ B0?k "Sunlight and
[Chicago Tribal*.]
Mr. Ira Brown, the enterprising real es
tate did states that he coold and would say
? good word for the 8t. Jaoobt Oil, which
had eared him ot a sorer# attack of inflam
matory rheumatism that all other treatment*
had failed even to allay.
A Good Story.
The following anecdote is related of olf.
Sheaf, a groccr in Portsmouth, N. H.:
It appears that a man had purchased some
wool of him, which, had been weighed and
paid for, and Mr. Sheaf had gone to the
desk to get change for a note. Happening
te turn his head while there, he saw in the
glass which swung so as to reflect the shop,
a stout arm reach op and take from the shelf
a heavy white oak -cheese. Instead of ap
pearing suddenly and rebuking him for hie
theft, ai another would, the crafty old gen*
tleman (rare the thief his change as if noth
ing had happened, and then under pretence
of lifting the bag to lay it on the horse for
him, took hold of it and exclaimed :
"Why, b'ees mo, I must hare reckoned
the weight wrong."
"Oh, no," replied the other, "you may
be sure you bavo not, for I counted with
It
you.
'"Well, well, we won't dispute the matter,
it is easily tried," said Mr. S , putting the
bag into the scales again. "There," said
he, "I told you so?I knew I was right?I
made a mistake of nearly twenty poundi ;
however, if yon don't want the whale yon
needn't bare it?I'll take part of it out."
"No, no," said the other, staying the
hands of Mr. 8. on their way to the itringa
of the big, "I guess I'll take the whole."
And this he did, paying for dishonesty by
receiving the skim milk cheese at the rate of
forty-four cents a pound, the priee of the
wool.
T. H. Drake, Esq., Detroit, bee recovered from
a terrible akia humor, which covered hie head,
face and hands, bj oiief Catieara Reaolrent in
ternally aad Coticara and Catieara koap exter
nally. This ia {rood newa.
Bait Bheum for aerenteen years. Helpless for
eight yeare. Unable te walk. Got aboat ea hands
and kaeea. Head, face, neck, arms aad le?e cov
ered. Cared by Catieara Reir.ediee. Will Mo
Donald, 1M2 Dearborn St., Chicago.

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