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jsjjirit of Jefferson.
Charlestown, West Ta., November 28, 1882.
WM. J. C. DULANY & CO~
Booksellers and Stationers.
Publisher* oi
BLACKBURN & McDOKALD'S
bCHOOL HISTORIES U. 8. AND DOLANV'S
HISTORY MARYLAND.
332 l?d 331 W. Raltimira Straet,
BALTIMORE, SID.
8ept?a>b*r 19, 18S2?ly.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Wanted?A few bbls. of CORN from
porno of oar patrons, as early as possiblo.
?\ e were visited, on Sunday, with the first
kbow-squal) of the season.
A volunteer cavalry company ia about
being organized at Harper's Ferry.
Mr. John El. Bishop has fitted up the
Episcopal Church with handsome gas fix*
turea.
Basil Avis, Esq.,- of Harpor's Ferry, wsa
utricken with paralysis a few days ago, and
has since been very ill.
The offices of the Circuit and County
Clerka and the Banka will be cloaed on Thurs
day next. Thanksgiving Day. ,
Messrs. D*via& Connor are re-painting the
dwelling of Mr B. C. Washington, occupied
by Mr. Frank Briscoe, near Charlestowo.
We are gratified to be able to note that
Sheriff Jno. S. Moore, at last aocounts, was
mush better, and gradually improving in
health.
Mr. Geo. W. Anderson has built a new
wheat barracks for Mr. II. B. Davenport, and
contracted to orect a largo double corn-house
for Mr. II. T. Miley.
The inspection cfficera of tlio Baltimore &
Ohio Railroad passed over the Valley divis
ion last week. The inspzetiou is said to have
been very thorough.
The next regular Convocation of Jefferson
Chapter, No 5.11 A. M , will occur on Mon
day evening November 27th. A full at
tendance of members is requested.
Those of our readers who desire a nice
bunch of Celery fur Thanksgiving Day, should
leave their orders with Mr. Wui. Wutters,
who is prepared ta supply all demands in tbiB
line.
The Harper's Ferry Band is in rehearsal
for a series of Concerts at that place. and will
also probably visit Charlestown and give an
entertainment here?object, to raise funds for
uniforms.
Mr R.>bt. H Phillips has purchased of
3Maj. .Tas L*w Hooff a portion of the ''Brick
Poi>l" lot, fronting on East Liberty street,
iind has engiged Messrs. 1S1 -ssing & ISeller
to erect therejii tw.> frame dwelling houses.
We have no Thanksgiving Turkey this
time But then wo can be thankful that
somebody else has?and even if they do owe
die printer and have an extra turkty to spare,
and d.io't choose to send it to us, they can
feast upon one themselves all the same, if we
never uet one.
Henry Dnmm visited the eastern empo
riums last week, and having had an extended
interview with the King of the Holidays,
will in a few daysop?n a large stock of Christ,
mas Guods, such as wiii mike the eyes ot the
little ones sparkle with deiiirht, and older
tolks lor.k on with pleasure and conifnsment
Noto Pap?*?*, l'ools Cap. Lmra 1 Cups r.txi a lariro
lot of Fin.- Noi? P'par. Rnvniopssof all kinds.
XoneUier <vitli a fall iiof . f->r sale
bv- Dir. CHAS K.PRATT.
Mr H. U. Boll, the calored worker in hair,
requests as to state that the death of his
brother has cs!l<-d h:m from town for a dxy or
tiro, but that ho will return again this week
to complete orders already received, and to
take new orders for execution. He has a!?
ready done considerable work here, and given
entire satisfaction.
The newly restored Episcopal Church at
Harper's Ferry will be consecrated by Bishop
Petorkin on Friday morning next. December
1st. It is hoped that other Bishops and qnite
a number of vUiting clergy may be in at
tendance The services will begin at 11:30,
A M. Negotiations are in progress to secure
Tedaoed rates on the B. & O R R for the
occasion
Mr Joseph II. E istordiy has just received
a nice lot of E*rthcn Ware?GUz"d and Un
plaz'id Antique Vases and Flower Pots,
Stovepipe Collars, &o , of the manufacture
of Mr. Anthony W. Backer, of Fredorick
county. Va., whose reputation for work in
this lioe is second to none. Mr. J. Kan.
Rodrick has also received a lot of the samo
class of ware.
A Pre-Advent Mission, or Series of Special
Services introductory to the Season of Ad
vent, will begin in Zion Church on Thurs-lay,
30th inst Services and Sermons may be ex
pected daily at 11 A M and 7:15 P. M.,
except on Friday morning. The Bishop of
the Dioeese will be present during part of the
meeting. The cvoning services will bo
specially designed for men. COME TO
THE MISSION !
As will be seen by advertisement in this
issue, we have another new mercantile firm
in our midst, Messrs. Butler & Eby. They
have opened business in the west room of the
Hew building of Mr. Gu>tav Brown. Main
etreet, and offer to the puhlic a new and select
stock of Dry Go-ds, Groceries, Sc. The
members of the new firm aro young gentle
men of fine business capacity, of pleasant ad
dress and courteous manners, and we bespeak
for tbem a liberal share of the public patron
Our enterprising manufacturers, Messrs.
Woirick & tt'eller, havo placed us under
obligations for a liberal sack ot their "Mill
Grovo Mills No. 1 Family Flour." We have
fairly tested the article, and find it in truth a
"No. 1" in every respcot. The mills of this
firm has recently been put in the most
thorongh trim for the manufacture of flour,
and they are now turning out a genuine first
class product. They are among our mosi en
terprising .citizens, and it gives ur pleasure to
note that they are rapidly pushing toiward
all the different branches of business in which
they are engaged. Such men are worth an
untold amount to any community, and we
only wish vn had many more of tho like in
oars.
Lutheran Confkrencb.^-TIio Middle
Coufercnoo of tho Lutheran Synod of Mary
land, in annual session at Harper's Ferry,or
ganized .by the election of Rev. P. H. Miller,
of Lovettaville, Ya , president, and Rov. W.
H. Stottlemyer, of Jefferson, secretary.?
Among the clergymen present were Rev Dr.
Butler, of Washington, D. C ; Rev Dr. Geo.
Diehl, of Frederick, and Professor Turner,
of Lathervillo. The subjeots discussed were
"The Mission of the Minister of the Gospel"
and "The Duty of Members to the Church."
An interesting essay on tho subject "How
Long Should a Sermon be on Ordinary Oc
casions" was read by Dr. Diehl. He thought
that the length of a sermon should be deter*
mined by circumstances, and ordinarily not
over thirty minutes
County Itbms.?From the Shepherds
town Register we copy the following items :
Uoclo Tom Moore (as ho is known by
nearly every ono), tho clerk of tho County
Court, is uow 70 years old, and still active
and obliging, as be has been in the same po
sition for the last forty years.
The Hendricks & Shepherd Grain Drill,
with new and improved phosphate attachment,
will be on exhibition at the Shepherdstown
Manufacturing Company's Shops on Saturday
alternoun next, December 2d, at 2 o'clock,
P. M., and the farmers of the surrounding
oountry are invited to be presont.
Samuel Manuel, a aolored man in the em
ploy of Messrs Rush and Harry Tujnor,
near this town, met with a curious accident
on Sunday night last. Being sleepy, he gave
a huge yawn, when he slipped his jaw out oi
joint. It took two dootors to gat it back in
its right plice, and now Sam can talk and eat
as well as ever.
The Circuit Court of Jefferson?Judge
Faulkner presiding?has been in session since
last Tuesday. The most of the week has
beon occupiod with Stato oasos, and the fol
lowing have beon disposed of: Will Ross,
colored, convicted of grand larceny, and
sentenced to threo yrars in the penitentiary.
Jesso Poindexter, colored, grand larceny,
three years in the penitentiary. George Per
kins, alias George Washington, colored, petty
laroeny?Becond conviction?one year in tho
penitentiary. Henry Allen, colored, for burn
ing barn of Col. Win. A. Morgm, five years
in tho penitentiary.
Moses W. Burr, Gen. W. Buyer, Francis
M. Brown, Jos. E Eoglo and Charles N.
Snydar, were appointed Trustees of tho M.
E Church S.'Uth at Brown's Crossing, and
Joseph Wageley, Ceo T. Watson. Charles O.
Fayne, Austin Anderson, Wm. D. Hayslott,
Braxton D Homer and 13. C. Watson, Trus
tees of (ho Lcotown M. E. Church South.
Mason Marshall a*d Bet j. F. Graves were
appointed Trustees of Shepherdstown M. E.
Church Smith, in place of J Chalmers Bycrs
and Joseph S Fleming, resigned.
Mr. n. H. Bell, oolored, an artistic worker
in hair, is in Charlestown canvassing and
doing work in his line. His executions in
hair Witch guards, breast-pins, oar-rings,
bracelets, &a , are among the very best wo
have ever soen. and challengo superiority.?
Ha is a nativo of Winchester, and bears with
him tho strongest credentials. His scalp
work and "Eureka Scalp Cleaner nod [lair
Purifier" aro very highly endorsed by many
of tho best people in Maryland and West
Virginia. Ha also il;ans and renews kid
gloves in an elegant manner. Ho will re
main in Uhail-jstown a fow days 1 >ngor, and
those having human hair to work up, or desir
ing anything el<o done in his line, should
give iiiai their orders at once.
mmaiatsggm,
Dr. Tomlin son's
DENTAL OFFICE,
Cca^Ki ov Chaslei /.no Libehty Stbxbts,
Ch;?'iestown.
Th*v^bV Consumption om Cough Cube if the
best truag-for (lonsotntui -n koowo, zed will cure
an ordinary cough in thirty micctes.
S1300 per year can be easily made at boms
working- for K. G. Hideout ?*k Co., ?0 Barclay
Street, Nf??r York, Scud for their catalngruo and
fall r?irt,*culnrs Ocrio'Vl-ly.
BALTI3I0HE MABKETS.
Saitjuoic, 9atoxdat, November 25, 15?2
Kioun~5up?r #3 '25 * ?3 7f
Extra. 4.i?0a 4 6*2
Family.
Co8R Mkjl, per 1(K> iba.
W hi*t?White.
Rod
Coif?White.
Yellow.. ?
Oat*.. .
Rrs
B a cosr?Shoulders
Sides
Huns...
Laid
Salt
4.75 a
I . bO a
* *90 a
65 a
tt> a
45 a
6b a
? 12ia
16i a
154 a
13 a
05 a
The great superiority of DR.
BULL'S CCUGII SYRUP over
all other cough remedies i.i attested
by the immense popular demand
for that old established remedy.
? _?? 'v'vi'-. JV*
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds, f
Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma. Bron
chitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient
Consumption and for the relief of
consumptive persons iu advanced
stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists.?Price, 25 cents.
COOK STOVE FOR SALE CHEAP.
WE lmvo for Bale a Good Columbia Cook
Move# No. 8. in rood running- order?for
cither roa! or wood. We wish to *ret a larger
one. No fault, except too amall.
October 3. 1852. O W SPOTTS
If ew* for Boys and Girls! I
and Old! j A NEW IN
just patented for them,
use !
and Scroll Sawing, Turning,
Boring, Drilling,Grinding, Polishing,
Screw Cutting. Price $5 to $50.
8end 6 cents for 100 pages.
BROWN, Lowell, Mas*.
January 10, 1832 ? euw-6*2 w
I HAVE enlarged my place of business, and
have on hand a large assortment of Cook aad
Heating' Stores, all of which will he aold cheap.
JOSEPH II. EASTERDAV.
ROOFING and Spouting done promptly and in
beat manner, at
JOSEPH H BASTEKDAY'S
Tin, 8 love and Grocery Store*
\FOB
K1H1TIS1,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
' General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pain;
and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals Sr. Jacobs On, as
a safe, sure, simple and cheap External Kemedy.
A trial entails but the comparatively trifling outlay
of 50 Con Is, and every one Buffering -with pain
can have cheap and positive proof of its clftima.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AJTD DEALERS HI
MEDICIUE.
Ao VQ& CO.,
Haltinicre, 21d.t 77. 3.
January 10, 1882?ly,
TUTT5?
PILLS
A DiSORDERED LSVER
IS THE E5ANE
of tho present generation. It is for the
Cure of this disease and its attendants,
SICK-HEADACHE. BILIOUSNESS. DYS
PEPSIA, COHSTIPATgeK, PILES, etc., that
TUTT'S PILLS have gained a world-wido
roput-.tion. Mo Remedy has ever been
dlacovered that acts ao gently on tho
digestive orpan3, giving them vigor to aa
eirallate food. As a natural result, tha
IJcrvouB System is Braced, the Maactea
are Developed, and the Body Hobust.
033.i3-2.E3 iistaca. Poiror.
E. RIVAL. a Planter at Bayou Sara, La., says:
My plantation Is in a malarial district. For
aevor&l years I ?ould not make baUa crop on
ao count of bilious diceasoa and chills. I \raa
nearly discouraged xvhon I began tho uso of
TOTT'S PILLS. Tho resalt was marvelous:
my laborers soou became hourly and robust,
oud I have h?wi no further trouble.
Th :\r !H?:i{?7c the Llrev, d oanw
tlio Ulr.od from poiwonouu hniu(?mt ndil
r?nw Jl?c liowein to **?*t lialttniiiy, v/iik
onl which no one ran feel noli.
frj t??ss fairlv,anu .toii will srala
p. h?;liIty ?>2i;<>mi Ie?, Vigon?wi Sod.r. iTuro
WIooil, Ktroni; Nervcn, naicl it Uttuoc] Lit>r.
JPrlco, 25 i'cnlo. Gtflco, 851*1 array Jit., K. Y.
TUTPS HAIR DYE.
CJray Hair or Wiuskehs changed to a Gj.ossy
Buck l?y a single application of this Dyk. It
imports a natural color, and nets instantaneously.
Sold bv Druggists, or .scut by express ou receipt
of One Dollar. .
Office, OS Murray Street, NowYork.
C/>i\ Turrn jia.xua.Zj <>r r*t*??a?fe-w
ttntl t/c?*/><I i?ece(p(o H
*clll Oe mailed FI1?S on application. Jr
June 6, lSjj'2- ly.
Fresh Meats in Season. I
npHi; undersigned still continues the ^r,
J_ Butchering Business in all i \ s
liraiu'i cs, a?:d is prepared ro furnish the2?j2?L.
public coustautlv, at his sta^l in the Market
liouse. the very best K~? s!i Meals tbe market
w ill afford ?
BEEF, VEAL, FJSUTTOK, LAMB, &C.,
slaughtered in the most cleanly and approved
manner, csoid ??! tlx* lowest prices,and delivered,
it' required, ai ywherr within the corporation
iiums. Tortus Cash, except to prompt-paying
customers, to whom So days timo will be iriven.
Hi nil est market prices paid for fat stock. With
thanks for pasr parroiiace. 1 hope, by strict at
tention to business and fair dealing, to merit a
continuance oj sumo.
October '24. 1^82.- 6m. 8. C. YOUNG.
Kfew Coal and Wood Yard.
THE underviimed bas opened a Coal and |
Wood Ya*d near the Shenandoah Valley j
Depot, and will keep constantly on hand a full
snnpt.v of
HARD AND SOFT COAL OF ALL KiKDS,
A HQ OAK AMD HICKORY WOOD.
Will telivri eiiifei, in a v quantifies, to any
point in town. at. rates as low as the mav&ets
will afford. ?xpc*bt'iit! to give prompt and care
ful attention to alt orders entrusted to me, I re
spectfully solicit, a share of the publfc pnrrou
ag.- JOHN A. AKNET1'.
November 7, 1SS2?tf.
Paynes' AUTOMATIC Engines.
2to lOO-Horso Power.
Reliable. I)urahIc,Hnit Keonomleal. Will furnish a horse
power with It*** fuel and water than any other en
iHne built, art liitcil with an automatic cut-off. Catalogue
G sent free. U. W. PAYNH&SOSS. Box 140c, Co>ain*. N.Y.
August 8, 1SV2 ? If.
card".
Chari.kstowx, W Va., October 12.1SS2.
Having sold my stock of Koods in order to
mve more attention to the Grain and Fertilizer
business. I wislt to thank mv friends and tne
public irenerallv for ii.eir liberal patronage in
tbe past, ami call their attention to the fact
that my entire rime and attention will now be
given to Grain and Fertilizers. Soliciting
share of their patronage in this line, I remain.
Very respectfully,
C. W. TRUSSF.LL.
October 17. ISS2.
Notice I
PERSONS who are indebted to tbe firm of C.
\Y. Trussoil, and desire settling their ac
counts with me,cau do so for the nexf few days
C. W. TRUSSEI.L,*.
October 17, IS92.
PENSlflNSiSfesSl
in^ for:?'! mUlr.l. l'rotnj?twork ami homoma-tr hnj?p>*. ! -e
f. ?. At,p'.v n-iw. V'-/ O *. S. 'c-m:*rrict.n'?w entitle 1,luring
wi.iouh,^!. t.. ccwsiit |?CREA:>??<i. County
an 1 Ha.-!: I'.f/an'l l' v hjrgsspioitiroi!. /Virrfr' /cmiiiolta
all clues unO.Tncu l w.pj A *2*82? P?3%DOf"r ,:ivrn
tars. Lan ill r 1?* f\ 5 ?4 5 j.roctiTol.
bought anritnM. T.,i"WORLD &. SOI-DlSP.^weeVt/
pijiert. Scni'V < c?;?v fretr. r-.esid s:a:n?> tor J?::l itis'nirtinn-..
M.inks .""v* atvt.il?'e. M. o\ F1TZCER A'.O 6-. CO.,
I'.naion. - l.iml Atfys. W^3?lI?St.On. ?. C
November 7, 16S2?2m.
S
ISTOTIOEI.
MITn'8 PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY isopeneo
again at hi* Reaidence, on EaatCbarlei Street.
.May 27. 1879.
1ARD And BaCON wanted in exchange for
-i Groceries, Notions, Boot* and Shoes, Glass,
Queen?, or ^Voodenwnre, at
Aofupf 30. 1SS1. S 8 PALoAKN'S.
\VKRY fin? quality of New Orleans Molnaaee
iu?t rupfired h? 8 S. D\LG ARN
ANOTHER lot of very fine Dried Beef, Ham
Sauaasf and Cheeae. juat received bv
April 25. 1**2 8 8 DALGARN
ANEW aupptv of WINTER BOOTS, for heavy
and liffht wear, jnat received by
Sept. 19. 1S*2. B.S DALGARN
JUST receivwd^the b*?at ?elerted stock of SHOES
I have ev*r Had. Call and examine them.
April 10. ISM2. 8. 8. DALGARN.
CtUCUMBRR Pickles and Bam Sannape jnat r?
/ ceived bv 8. S. DALGARN.
October 24.1S32.
EST GaWanizod four point Barbed Fence
Wire, for sale bv
BE \LL BROS. & PHILLIPS.
R
tMRD and Squirrel C?e'? for sale at
> JOSEPH H. EASTERDAY'S.
A
MISCELLANEOUS.
PUBLIC_ SAX.E.
WILL be 6old to ibe highestbidder, without
reserve, at "Cloy Hill" farm, 2i miles
North of Cbarlcstown aud 1 mile from Leetown
road,on
Friday, December 1st, 1882,
(no postponement on account of weather,) all
my Personal Property, to-^jt: .
Horses, Colts, Ca tie and Slitep,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
One COLT, three years old, and 1 two vears
old nextspriiiir, viz: "Black Priuce, Jr.," (Han
son stock) fine;
HOUSES?JJarshear Leaders;
One Riding MAKE in foal.
In the Hon4obnl?f Oooiis are Mahocnny Sofa,
Sideboard, Dining Table, JJurea.us, Ciiniw, (hair,
80i inp bottom ;) Ottomans, Wardrobes and Cia
dle. Mirrors, Oil Painting, Settee, Rocking
Chairs. Stands. Reclining Chairs, Camp Stools.
Carpet and Mattinc* Spring-Bottom Walnut
ami Cheny Red steads, Featber Beds, Hair and
other Mattra?ses, Marble-Top Bureaus. 1 Wal
nut .Centre Table-fine Marble-Top; Lounges.
Desks, Clock, Lamps. Hat Rack, Refrigerator?
new ; Meat Safes. Best Cburu, Stoves?both coal
and wood; Cooking Stoves, Stair Carpet and
Brass Rods, Hall Lamp. Damask Cartama and
Gilt Cornices. Also, Stoneware and Plates,
Dishes, &c.; 2 sets French China": 4 l?bla. Pure
Cider Viaetrar, 15 Stands of Bees, Patent Va
caut Hiyes.
1 FAMILY CARRIAGE & HARNESS,
One Jaeger and Rarnesr,
One Large Sleigh anil 1 small do :
Ridinc Saddle, Side Saddle and Wagon do.;
One Horse Rako, Ploughs. Harrows mid Gears;
Two Wagons. 1 Wagou Bed. 2 pair Siielviugs;
One Corn Shcller, 1 largo Cutting Box.
Grain Bags, Hun van Fan. Loir and 5th Chains.
Two pair Spreaders, Picks. Mattocks,
Grindstone.2 Whaat Drills. IJJtthiocTab.kc.
GHE STALLION, "REGISTER JR.,"
too well known to need further mention.
Corn by the barrel. Fodder,
Twenty bushels of Porutoes, Oats in Sheaf,
and Hiauy other articles not enumerntwd.
TERMS.?Ten Months credit, regotiable note
en county Bank, well endorsed and interest
from date, which, if paid at maturity, will be
remitted, on all sums overSlO?under that Cash.
Six per cent, interest deducted from all sums
over & 10'when the money is unid. No property
.removed until terms of sale aro complied with,
to*- Sale to commenco at 10 o'clock. A. M.
OSGAK G. MIX.
November 14, 1SC.2.
THE REGISTER.
DAILY. SUNDAY. WE22LY.
An Enterprising, Progrossive and Complete
Local uud General Newspaper.
Independent and Outspoken ou all Public Ques
tions; abounding in Ne-ws. Literary Miscel
lany aud Family Reading.
An Al>ly Etlitcd Farmer's Department.
THE Wnur.LiNfi Ri-.GISTkr was founded in
1SC3. at the time of the inauguration of the
State of West Virginia. As a part and parcel
of the new State, closely uientiBod with its en
terprises and contributnic in m??cleai mea.sore to
its advancement, the Rj gxstkb shares in the
just exultation with which our people regard
its brii?t,f career. The population of tho State
lias increased in greater ratio than most of tho
old 6t?ios, her school have multiplied and im
proved i.i eOiciency. her government has beau
well and ec iuomically administered, her re
sources are b?-i:.g clevcloi ed with energy, and
her people arc growinir in enliif'-tenment and
thrift. With tho erowt.h of tho State the Reg
ister has grown, with its development the Res
istor has developed; with its piosparity the
Kauister has prospered. And as sl-OMingtho
estimation in which the pnper is hold by thee it
izens of the State for whose interest a it has
steadfastly battled, wc can say with truth t''at
no other paper is read \?v as many West Vir
giuiant, uur doca mn other ptnctiate every part
of the State as it does.
Tho Hi ginier will eonfi??wr, a? l?er-tororc, the
advocate of a bro?<l and liberal policy in tho con
duct of publio a(tdirs,the extension and ?trength
enintr of the Freo 8chool system, tho improve
ment of the State and tho doveloom<'ut. of ita
reiunrchP. lis proprietors point to it& past as an
eari-esi of i:s future.
Tho Wekkly RbgiSTKi; is a magnificent 8-page,
G4-colnmn paper?price $l.5Al>y mail
The Sunday Rbhistbb is th#? same size, and
has ahead v uained a veij' l?r^? circulation?
prico Q'l <10 by mail
The Daily Xbgx>tbb is p'inted at S7.S0 per
year.
The Mown. Map of AVfst Vikgtvta. the most
complete Map ever isaned of tho State, is now
ready for dol?verv. Piice SI.CO
Ary person remitting to ns the subscription
prion of either edition of the paper, addinor 10
eents thereto, will receivc a copy of this Map.
Thus :
Weekly Register one year and Map,..8Lfirt
Snndav Register *' " " 44 .. 2 10
D:iily Register " ?? ?! ?? .. 7 90
Daily everv day in t'-e vear. with Map. 9.50
Your subscription and friend1}' aid are respect
fully solicited.
An agent in ev*?ry cebool district ?? wanted to
gor np clubs tor the Webkt*y Rbgistbb. A club
of 10 and a Map to each subscriber will he sent,
for & 13.50. and a special premium of a copy of
the paoer one v??ar and the Map, will bo sont to
the getter up of the club
Nov.21. 18*2. LEWIS BAKER & CO.
i D &S ("V-re certainty b?*t. bavjrurbcen so
. j lit, V?.?t2crwi! ateveryGreatWortd's
I V Tnitu^triul t'omi?ct it ion
for Sixteen Years: i.?? oilier Ainertrnn oryntii
huvimr Itcen -taunl n? any. At?> Cheapest.
Stylo 1???; Jljsjociaws; sufficient compass and power,
with b.*at quriliir. far popular *:-cr? d and soculnr music
iu reboot* or tir.ii.tOH, nt ouiv U'iJi. Onefcoiirirwl
otUtv utylei MX*), S57. f7*.S?5, $1W, to
fu09 anil up. The larger si pUs are tchelly utiri rated In
r.nvotur.rurecne. Alro tor easy pnyuiunts. New Illus
trated i'.ii .ilixiit* five. .
Tlte HUSO;* A IIA^XT^r>* Orffnn and Tlano
Co.. 161 TrviuoxU St..ltt*st?ni; -13 E. 14iL m.,Niw York:
na \Vu
Yubnah Ave.. CbicuKO.
^l^rjto iJ.tOUfjRaail kOVELT'FR etdbtc i
TorUC.?s.-.mp. Chan.Fotsom.x.v.cityeT EtaI
POCMTO are reaping a liar
HuCti 6 O vest selling our
> Kitchen Queen Safety Laraps
land other houpcbold articles.
i The best selling articles cvernut
r on the market. For ftHCtaplcH .
and Terms, address the
CLIPPER WTF'C CGh
(UKITtS.)
Ko. GO Walnut Street, Cincinnati. O.
Noromber7, lhS3-1m.
SIFTED THEM OUT.
Winuowinff the Wheat from the Tares?
A Problem easily Simplified.
" My friend," said the druggist, "jrou have a
lame back, you flay, and want a plaster to put on
it. Ouc# I could Lave ahuwn a large assortment
to choose from. Now f keep only a few, and sell
BRNSON'8 CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER.?
Why? Because they are the beat- I have All
cock?a, tbo Capsicum and tome other*. Tbey are
harmless and slow. Business is business, and I
gradually ceased (o deal in them to any great ex
tent."
??All sight, do ma cpaCapcine, without any
more talk, for my back aches as though I bad been
working my passage in a baggage car."
??Here you ara," gsid the druggist, "with the
*ord CA Pl'I.N'R cut :n the middle of the plaster,
proving- it to be genuine "
?'And here's your twenty five cents," said the
lame bark man. welkin? slowlv a*?y. e7-4w.
"WeTSUISPTiQEi.
I have a positive remedy fnr the above dise&??; bv Its
rse thousands of eases or the worst kind and of ionjj
standing have been cored. Indeed, so stronir is my faith
In Its ctUcacy, that I will send TWO HOTTLE3 FKEE. to
gether tvlth sVALl'ADLE TKEATISE on this dispose, to
any soXTcrer. Give Express and i*. O. address.
OB. T. A. SLOCUU, 161 rearl St., Now York.
ONLY DAUGHTER CUBED OF
CONSUMPTION.
When death was hourly expected, all remedies
having failed, and Dr. H. James was experiment
ing with the many herbs of Calcutta, ha acciden
tally made a preparation which cured bis only
child n| Consumption, Hia child is now in thia
country, and e?j >yiap the heat of health He haa
proved to the world that Consumption can be
positively and permanently cured. The doctor
now gives this Recipe free, only asfcinr two three
cent stamps to pay expenses Tbts herb also cures
night sweats, naucea at the stomach, and will
break up a fresh cold in twenty four tours. Ad
dress Craddock & Co., 1032 Race street. Philadel
phia, naming this paper. n7 4w.
A Warning.
"OERSONS knowing themaelve? indebted to
I me will please cull at once J'.nd settle Their
bills?as I am compelled to have money to meet
n>y obligations, nnd will*be compelled to trans
fer them to an officer for collection if cot paid
promptly. C- W. TRUSSELL.
March 7. 1882.
1 iTlRNER'B Safe Remedies, Scott's Emulsion,
v V India Chologogue, and Parker's Tonic, sold
by GRP. T. LIGHT
CANVASSED HAMS,very fine, just received
by 8. 8. DALGARN.
Lumber / Mjunibetr !
JOS. & J. E. TjIBBEY,
No. 3018 Water Street, Georgetown, D. C.
ittfOLiDEST ESTABLISHED LUMBER YARD IN THE DISTRICT.-?#
From our Location we are at Less l?xprn*e. and can Fell Lover than any Yard
in the District
LUMBER DELIVERED TO CaKAL OR CARS FREE OF CHAKCE.
March 29. 18S2?ly
1SSSS.
? FMOJV*T?.
OUR
Fall and Winter
&OOIZ&,
just opened, demand tbo attention of buyers. Our Induocmonts are :
3Large Stocks, HeliaMe 'Goods, aad'
He&semaMe Prices0
Wo make your wants our etudy, and know we Can please all who favor us with their
patronage. Respectfully,
October 17, 1882. ?T. Gr ol cl smith.
OCTODKm S, 1882.
R attention i3 called to our Iuitnenso
1 Stock of Foreign nn.l Domestic Dry
Goods. W. C. CARRELL & CO.
October 3. I$62.
WE aff&in invite you to examine oar Snlen
dicl Stock of Men's, Youth*' and Boy's
Clot hi nf. W. C. CAKRELL <fc CO.
Octobor 3.1SS2.
"T7"OU cannot Letter employ any hour than in
1 looking over our Stock of Woolen Blan
kets and Comfortables.
w. c. CARRELL ?St CO
Octobor 3, 1SS2.
IT will be greatly to vour advantairo to look
over oar Slock of Underwear.
W. C. CARRELL * CO.
WE can interest yon in Ladie?'? Misses' ami
Children'# Fiue .Shoes. Wo nl?o earry
a Soleudid Stock of Gents' and Bay* Staple and
Fine Shoes and Boots.
W. C. CARRELL & CO.
WE hare all tbo Loadio^ Stylet of Dress
Goods, with Plushes and Velvets for
Trimming. W. C. CARRELL &, CO.
OUil Stock of Clouka was never so larue or
complete. W. C. CARRELL &. CO.
OUR Stock of Foreign and Domestic Hosiery
is superb* including Misses' and Chil
dren's. W. C- CARRELL Zc CO.
IN Notions and all small articles, our Stock
is certainly complete. Remember that low
eat prices will be gjv?*?.
W. C. CARRELL ?fc CO.
FALL ANNOUNCEMENT
OF
Heal! &, Plisllips!
We offer Bargaios in the following Gooda.
Young- America Corn and Cob Mills and Corn Shelters,
Webster and Standard Wagons, Fodder Twine, Puropp, Torra Cotta Pipe, Mott Cutters and
Stutters, Soale limine, liuleiier Knives aud all kiniie ol first olass Cutler; ; florse BiaufcetB,
Lap llobes, Whips, Hollers, Coal Hods. Fire Dngs, Shovels and Tongs, Hamper and Mar
ket liaekets, Churns, Lanlerus. lircech and Muzzle Loading Guns, Powder. Shot and Sport
ing Goods; Harness -Saddles, King's Step Lsddors. X-Cut Saws, liroad Double and Polo
Axes, Chair Seats, Chamber Sets ? Masnry's Coach Colors,
VARNISHES, WHITE LEAD, READY MIXED AND DRY PAINTS;
Brushes and Painters' Material ; Vacuum, Neat9 Foot, Fish, Linseed, Machinery and Lamp
Oils; Swell-Body Sleiijhs, ready for ironing, Sleigh Bells End Sleigh material.
Don't fail to look for the eigo that reads three ways, where you cm fiod anything in the
Hardware Line and its Branches.
October 24 LS82. BEALL HK0S & PHILLIPS.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET!
m "EXCELSIOR"
COOK STOYES
LEADING FEATURES:
Double. Wood-Doors
Adjustable Damper
Patent Wood-Grat*
Swinging lleartlv-Fla
_ Interchangeable Automatic Kbclf
Broilinar Door Swinging Flue-Stop
lie vend bio Gas-Bornlng Long Croaa Iloce
Nickel Knobs Doable Short Center*
Nickel Panels Heavy Bing Covers
IBnmlnated Fira-Doors, ete.
Opmtisa MAjruTAcruBXD m
ISAAC A SHEPPAED & CO, BalSmon, Hi. 028,1 y
Alijtsd to in BtqdnmuU. Rrlmd fa irft ?n Fsnm. For tilt bjr J. W. BUTT, Chariariown, W. Va.
ForCOUCHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, PNEU
JWONIA^COMSUIVJPTION^DIseasesof THROAT, CHEST AND LUNC8.
Has always been one of the most Important
weapons wielded by the MEDICAL FACULTY
igainst the encroachments of COUGDj* .COLDS,
BALSAM OF TOLU
CONSUMPTION Jn its lacipient and advanced
. ^ v BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, SOKE THROAT^
pient and advanced stages, and all diseases of the THROAT,CHEST
a, w J I i ' \r^l r* , , ,. . i vuI AilVVIl C LU ?L3, AllCVl t U '? * ?JU VI - -
t?vi? lif*-?'. V?Di t113, uovpr been so advantageously compounded as in the TOLU, IiOCK and
it-ati? balsamic properties afford a diffusive stimulant and touic to build up Uio
svstem alter tae cou~h has beou relieved. Quart size bottles. Price $1.00.
(T5 /\ E 3 "5?" B tfTi M ? 1,0 n?t be deceived by dealers who try to palm off Rack and Rye
Srrf^A^Tiri? IV ?? ? *" Pl^e of our TOLU, KOCIv AND RYE, whleh Is the ONyr
????<?.V article?-the genuine has a Private Die Proprietary Stnnp oa each bottle, whiCh
permits it *o be oolii by J^i cgglgta, Groccrs and i>caler? Everywhere,
*3- wrrscur special tas or EcIcbkss.
The TQLU, RQCK AHB RYE GO., Proprietors, 41 River St., Chicago, i!!.Ja71j
PEDSOREESEEDS
H!NETV-^EB|C
Forth? MFPfiHAMT on our New Plan
For the MARKET GARDENER
For the PRIVATE FAMILY
CrOWn hy nurcpluoc on our ovrn Farms
hsth^
SEEDS
pr Handsome Illnatmxcd Co-talogno and Rural Register FREE TO ALL.
MERCHANTS, SEND US YOUR BUSINESS CARDS FOR TRADE LIST.
DAVID LANDRETH&SQNS.SEED GROWERS,PHILADELPHIA
December 27. 1 8SI ? ly.
Wheat Wanted.
THE Bnbfcribera will be in the market for
WHEAT this season, and having arrange- '
ments to buy for Baltimore and New York will ]
be enabled to pay tlio highest market ratea in
Cash. Wheat bought i?v car loads any where j
along the line ot oar Railroads tbi* sid?* of !
Staunton. AISQC1TH & WYATT.
J a I j 11,1832 ?6m. |
WANTED I
FOUR energetic YOUNG MEN,, from different
parte of the County, to enjejre in Selling1
Sewinp Machine*, (the Singer). Will paj a sal
ary. For particular* apply to
J. SUIRLKY 8?ITR,
Charleatovn. W. Ya.
Office next door to J. Goldsmith.
July 25, 1882.
JUST received a new ?upply of Glai* and
Q,ueoa?wtre. which will b? sold rerr low by
March 14, 1852. 8. 9. DALGARN.
SPLIT-BOTTOll CGAIttS.
TFTE nodersiifncd wonld hereby inform the
public riiat h? continnes the manufacture
I ot SI'LIT-BOTTOM CHAIRS of all kinsia-Arm,
Backer nnd Piain?of ilie beat matorial >n>l at
low races. Table Chairs fvrnigbed at 810 per
?lozen; Childreu's Plain Cfcaim, 40 ct*. each :
i Children'* Rockers, Met*.: Ladies' Rockers.$1;
I Gonts" Arm Rockers. 82- Other Chairs propor
tionately low. Old cliairs re-lmttomed an ?hort
I notice KLIAS HIGUS.
P. O. Mi.-ldleway, Jefferson Co., W. Va.
I Febrnary 14. 1SS2?It.
|?* ?* pite; ?el!inj bU; se?d?d e*etywherc: Liberal tmm.
1% wa. iimrrrXmmm Jt C^, Odd Fellow* Block. CdubUo. O
Jolj 4, 13S2?ly.
DON'T j oq for/ft it, sow don't, that I sell
Stores, Tinware. Groceries, and everything
that I hare for sale, j?st as cheap as the cheapest.
JOSEPH B. EA8TERDAY.
July 25, 1992.
, ; 7( , --
HAHPEB'S FEKKY TBADB.
? .
THOMAS W. BBALE,
Miiihotartr mad Dttltrii .
ST0YE8, TIH 4BHKET-1B0H WABU
Cor. Shenandoah and Bigh Streets,
liACPEK-8 FEKKY, IV. VA.
THE mt?erib?r would adopt this method of la
loraii[ hia frieada, aad the eitiaaa* of Bar
per'e Parry and Che adjacaat cooatrj, thai ha ll
?tillcoadlClUl the abova bnaiaeaain allita brnncb
ea. Baring had twauty-tbr** yeara* experience in
the trad*, aad it baiag hiaiataatiaa to work none
tffiE VERY BEST MATERIALS
Ho will coafideatly uiiart that csitomori nuy relj
upoa pttiaf No. I artioUa from hblitihiitiimm.
SPOUTIWQ OB Tllf BOOIlllO,
executed in the Tory boat manaer and at tho abort
oat aonco, Ordora from amy portioa of tho coaaty
will receive prompt attention, aad pricaa guaran
teed aa low aa ILo lowoot.
SPEAR'S CALORIFIC COOK STOVES, the moat
oomplota Cooking 8toro tho world baa oTor ae?a,
coBitutly oa haad. la abort, aay articlo ia the
Tin aad 8boot-Iron trade oaa bo bad at hia Mann
factory.
Moiiaoa'i Co?ia Liortii?? Rooe furniehed aad
put op aay Whoro ia tho coaaty, at Iba aborioat mo
tico and upon reasonable term*.
fc^Job Work aad Heading doao in tho boat
** tba ah or teat notice. Merehaata aup
plied oa tho moat nocommodatiag tcrma.
Harper'* Ferry, Oct.6. 1678.
Coal! Coal! Coal!
Ofin TONS b..i quality GEOtlGKS CHECK
CUMBERLAND COAL, frea (ram (lata
aod impttritin and not to ba excelled for Steam and
Biackamttbing purpoara. For aate atlowrat price*
by JAME* McORAW.
Harper'a Ferry. August 1, ISS8.
Salt! Salt! Salt!
JUST received aad for aala ia Iota to anil. l.OOO
Saoks Standard Brand. LIVERPOOL KINHi
aad GRODND ALUM SALT. .Liberal dlsoqual
offered to Daalara. JAMES McQRAfV
Harper'* Farry, W. Va., Ang. 1.ISbS.
coacit~factbe;y,
tjIVBRY,
FVBNITUBE , ESTABLISHMENT, ?0.
. . t _
TUIE undersigned baring purchased the old oa*
tabliabed Coach Factory of t?ie late Welle J,
Hawka, in Charleetown, with tho view of entering
into the -
OarriAitle Sualnese*
in nil ite hritncbee, offer* for eale a large Dumber
of New and Second-hand
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAQGERS, fcC.,
at the loweet pricea and upon tho moat aooommo
datiog terms.
OLD CARRIAGES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
FOR NEIV.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS
done with neatneaa and dispatch, and satisf^cton
guaranteed.
HORSES & CARRIAGES
FOR niRK.
Ia connection with the above f will continue tba
LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furaUh
Carriage*, Buggis* and J&ggsr* at tbo aborted
noticr.
()cj- The abore business will b? under tho *opBr
inteadenc* of Abram Stomp.
furnfjl ure !
I alia offer to the publio a large let of Furniture,
comprising
C MAI Its, TATtr.Kt, (Extrmlon and oUitr.) BED.
STEADS, M ATT U EASES,
and all articl** usually foond in a Furniture Es
tablishment.
Old Furniture Repaired.
UNDERTAKING.
I will be prepared in a abort time to giro my
spccial attention to the buainesa of Undertaking.
Being a practical mechanic and determined to
give satisfaction, I respectfully aulicit a (bar* ot
public patronage.
LEWIS STARRY.
May IS. 1S77. _.
fertilizers.
U* E bar* converted our Fun kstown Mill* illb
* * it? immiBM Water Power, Into a lirst?clete
Bnn? Mill and Fertilising manufacturing tiUb*
lishmeot. By grinding- with water power weeah
beat the State for economical work. Our power ie
ample, and we are prod or in r a Bone Meal thai
contains double the Flour of Hone produced by any
other mill in the county. In offVri&pr to the Far
mer our goods wi guarantee them at represented
in ererj reepect.
PRICES s
Pure Buffalo Bone Altai, 838 00 per ton ?
Pure Domeitic " " 80 00 "
Pure Ditto!veil " " 88.00 *'
Our A mmoniattd Bone Plmt
phate, the hulk of which is
Dissolved Bone, 80 00 "
Our Pxctltior Pltotjihafe, 88 00 " 1
The highest grade of South { ?
Carolina Dissolved Bone, 25.00 " T
FtrmitiOD rely upon any of these gooda being
aa rtjirmcLud. It they aLould bo iouad ndbi* . ,i
tsrated we will fotleit tbe gtoda.
Tbe aba re price* are aa low aa boo tat goods can
be aold. BewaraOf fooda offered at lower prices.
We bay in 100 ton lota for caah, aad liare <ba
loweat freight ratea, aad will give the farmers
tbeae gooda at a email margin. Oar mill ia a)-.
way a open to your inapenion. Give ua a call
before vou buy. We will abow you Juat what yon
are retting. 3. W HTONKHK A K KH & CO.
Aodraaa J. K. STONEBRAKER, Zm
Any- 21. 1980. Hayei?to<^j*ya. '
MUSIC FOR EVER'!
' ?*??? "**V '?> jf'"**'"" ' -a "T^7
Ingenious Method.
[COPVRIGUT SKCORffQ.)
For startingChildren and otberaiD llieenllorer
of Music. It overcomes the drndgary of leorn-i
ing tbe e'ements of JJfdc br pleasant atnnae
meut. This new method teachesroil all about
the Music Staff. Uegrece of tbe Staff, Clefs. Notes
and HcstB. Scale. Intervals of tbe Scale* Loca
tion of Letters on the Stall, and their relation
to tbe Keys of tbe instrument. (This is very
important with children). Flats ted Sbaipa
and tlieir nse. All tbe different Keys, how to
form Chorda ormptlcal words- It teaches the
r-J?llal>les, Do. Re. Ml., etc . in singing. It con
turns a complete musion) ratecblsw. II Is UUJs
tum t.v r.titvo. All this ia learned while tbe
learner i? amusing himself by playing familiar
tunes. Peraons with no mt)8ICAI. TALSST mar
piny the tone*, aa tbe guide is eoc-h that t:e can
not strike tbe wrons key. Fnll directions and
four pieces of music accompany tbe Method.?
Sent l>y mail for Al.OO.
6.000 Agents Wanted to sell our Method*
or Charts t? ererv family. Ten dollars par day
can be made by active a'gtcts. male or female.
Audi ess.
CHICAGO PIANO CO..
79 &. 80 Van Karen St., Chicago, 111.
September 56, 1981? Id.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
FurnUhed by
. . OEO.T. LIGHT.
ALL Booke need in the Public Schools kept on
hand?others ordered on short notice
GEO T. LiOHT
FELLOWS' Syrup of |ke Hypo Phosphite, Hop
Biitera, Kidaey Cnra aad Iron Hitters, sold by
GEO. T. LIGHT
| IQEID Rennet, Iriab Mos*,Tepioco,Cox'aG?I
JLi atine and Cooper'e Sheet Gelatine, ao!d t>*
OEO.T. LIGHT.
DIAMOND Do?t, for the bair. aold by
Sept. S.18t2. GEO T LIGHT.'
MANTUA-MAKING.
MRS. J. O. TUTjyiLER i? prepared to under
take Mentua Making and all ftrinde of Fam
I ily Sewing-, at reasonable rates- Residence on
Samuel street, near the Baptist Church.
April 26,1831 ? tf,
SPECIAL BBAND8.
CI OLD LION Pare Rye Whiskey- aad Oater
1 bridge Horaey. together with many other
cheaper Whlekeya, eltraji on hand and brtalaU
Baeemeat of Jefferaen Building by
Ang.8, 1882. T. B.8QPPEB8.
EARD. Bacon aad Conatry Prod oca geaerall^
wanted in eichaage for goods by
Jan. 31,1883. S. 8. DALGARlfi
HERRING just received aad for sale by
S. B. D ALGARN.
Juee IS, 18S2. , , .
PURK Cider Vinegar, gnaraaree* to keep pick
lea. for aale by 8.8. DALGARN.
September 6.1882.
Jcsr received a Large Supply of BOOTS an<f
SHOES, which arill be sold oa abort profits by
Oct. 3, Ifcga. 8. 8. DALGARW
YOU canbuy TOBACCO from 4f) et* up At
?fnlylS, 1SS2. S. t>. DALGARN'Sf

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