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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON.
GEORGE W. HAINES,
editor and proprietor.
Office is " Lee Ham." Bijii.dino,
Opposite the Carter Howie.
One Year. In AdMru* . .93.00
If not Paid In Advance 2.50
"or 81* Month* 1.25
W. McnrniAlD.] (Frank Bbckwitii.
McDonald St Beckwith,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Cliarlestowjn. Jefferson County. W. Va.
PRACTICE in the Courts of Jefferson and
adirmiiiur Clrcnlt*. the Supreme Court of
Appeals of West Virginia and Virginia. and
the. United States Courts. Collecting business
jNtomptW attended to.
January 4. 1887.
ATTOrtViET AT LAW.
Cbarlestotvn. Jefferson County. W. Va.
WILL respilarlv attend all the Courts of Jef
ferson and fierk**ley counties, and atterd
?t? nthiT law business in the State of West Va.
teT3i<ee(ul t$k?0tl"dV\ erivento,collations.
January 30. 1SS4.
Forrest W. Brown,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Charlestown. Jefferson Count^. W. Va.
Y?7ILL attend to cases In the firaferentCourts
V\ of West Vlnrlnia and ^frftRland. Atten
tion -riven to Pensions and ull JWfes of CI wins
agaiust U. S. Government. C^fcSpecial atten
tion to Collections.
October 25. 1SS7.
Dan'l B. Lucas,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Charlestown. W. Va.
PRACTICES in all the Court* of Jefferson
and surroundioj; counties.
Janunry 22. 1884."
Braxton O. Gibson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oliarle&towu. Jefferson County. W. Va.
"\T7"ILL attend to eases in the several Courts
TT of West Virginia, Virginia and Mary
Office in Gibson Law Building, in Court
July 15. 1SH4.
James D. Butt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Harper's Ferry. Jefferson County, W. Va.
Fel?ruary 8. 1870 ?tf.
Wm. H. Travers,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Charlestowu. Jefferson County. W. Va.
TILL practice in tJie District Courts of the
United Stntes for the District of West
Virginia. Particular attention paid to cases in
July 30. "1870. / v
Samuel J. C. Wioore,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
!Wr\ villc. Clarke County.- Virginia.
ATTORNEY at law.
< hurlestmrn. Jefferson County. 3y. Va.
Vt ""ILL undertake cases jointly in (he Courts
\ of both of Said Comities.
May 28. 1872.
James fW. Ranson, Jr.,
DOCTOR OF DENTAI. SURGERY.
^FKKl'S his Professional Serviccs..tothccit
tVi^ins rirv^iflv (ircnjiicd by Ilun. Andrew Hu:i
-t ?i> Law ?o|i|tositc Court. House,
u. West Virginia.
- Dr. Wm. Neill,
.'II VSfCIAN AND SL'KGEON,
Ciiarlestown. West Va.
? - - * ?Amth side of Muitt Street corner of
?iPr. J. D. Starry,
vr; .??-ff?TSon County. W. Va.
t the practice of Mcdieine.
*->ii*iial servicers to the pub
vl J.mi: to residence. m*ar cor
am! Main -treets.
s?.r. Q. T. Richardson,
. ;IN 1* IAN AND SURGEON,
Ci.arlestowu. West Va.
?: ,?:y 1. 1 -S7*? -tf.
Real Estate Agent.
lawyers' Row. Middle Door.
CIIARLESTOWN. W. VA.
November 2(1. ISSo.
GEO. C. THOMAS,
Phcenix Carriage Works,
Ilcrryuille, Clarke Comity., I "it.
I HAVE for years built a large variety of va
rious stvies of CARRIAGES and WA(!ONS;
they have been in us?* among our people, and
have iriven satisfaction in every instance as far
as I have been able to ascertain. Through this
experience I have learned what vehicles .-nit the
jKiople best, and wlmt are best adapted to their
wants. I manufacture a handsome wagon
known as the
Whitney Side-Bar Spring
?cry neat and stylish in appearance, and a very
pleasant ridimr wagon. Also all styles and pat
terns of Carriages. Buirirics. .luggers. .Tenny
Linds and Phretons. I keep on hand a large
stoek. but atu prepared to till orders at short
notice. Prices suited to the times, ami satisfac
tion guaranteed. A liberal discount allowed on
old vehicles in exchange for new ones. I upc
altogether the Old Reliable
universally pronounced the best, wheels made.
RP.I*A!KING a Sl'ECIAt.TV.
I have established a Carriage Repository at
Upperville. Fauquier county." Persons desir
_ng vehieh-s at-the above place, during my al?
neuce can leave their orders wit h U'. Richard
Thankful for the liberal patronair** extended
C.o tin* from Clarke, Jefferson and adjoiniti!;
cuuitU^. I r.-speetfiillv ask aeoutiuuanceof the
" GEO. C. THOMAS.
February 32. 1S81.
C}. Iv. LEWIS,
Watch Maker & Jeweler,
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA.
SOLICITS w?wk in his line from Charlcftown
and vicinity. An experience of 27 years at
the bench enable* hint to make, a Specialty of
which have been badly damaged, no matter
from what cause, and restore the same to their
former usefulness and value.
Plain Rings made from Old Gold at reason
able prices. Set or Seal Rings altered to any
desired size. References given if required ?
Orders by mail attended to at once, and cor
F%*m*ry W. 1SW?r.
RS AND PARTIES WflO ARE GOING TO
V it n. ?'? i up & ** I ? v:
We deafj^All Kinds and Sorts of Building Material?our Bids Covet} Everything.'
Jj^kv llATEs ior the Cash Trade-. Never before has
LUM^iR, SASII, ?0b??iHND$ & H
J WILLBTf &? ^^JEY'S,
PoAftfOJ CASH SALE LUMSER& BUILDING MATERlAI
Wc are shipping large quantities of material from the City daily, our sales have exce
years and they must continue, our Material must keep moving. We have cut and are stil
making Specialties of all Boards, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Blinds, which we are selling a
We are selling Bright Yellow Pine Boards, Beautiful, any length
' w -S I? fj ?&
Shingles are way down in princ, which is one of our specialties. lie mire to see thtit your !
you are looking for a Low Bid. All Letters directed>to us wiH'receive prompt attention. P??
Willet & Libb
6TH STREET AND ISTEW YORK
/ " ? ? ( : S ' * I I *.?'??? -
Washington, D. C.
March la, 18S7?odMarl'83-y.
Contractors and Builders.
M KRCH ANTS. FARMERS,
INTENDING TO BCILI> OR UKMODKI.
. CAN save time iin*1 UHiiii;y l>y leaving or
setidinir their orders for
SASH, DOORS. BLINDS,
BRACKKTS, CORN1CK. FENCING.
CEILINGS. l'ALINGS, FLOOR
ING, MOULDINGS, MAN
DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER
OF ALL KINDS. *C., TO THE
CIIA u >w.\
Strain Saw and Planing Mil!.
Satisfaction will be given as to prices
and quality of work.
WM PHILLIPS A SONS.
April 12. 1881.
A. L. Andekson.] [Geo. \Y. Anderson.
A. L. Anderson & Co.,
MIDDI.KWAV, .IEKFICKSON CO., W. VA.
rill IE undersigned have been established in
JL tin- Carriage Business on I In* Middlcway
and Shepherdrtowir turnpike, one mile north of
! Middleway. for four jean* past, and during that
! time have been doing: a large and constantly in
creasing business in the manufacture of
CARRIAGES. JUMP-SEATS, END
SPRING & SIDE-BAR BI GGIES,
JENNY LINDS, PIIJETONS,
Our work has been sold ;i]l through Jefferson
and adjoining counties, and has always given
satisfaction iu every particular.
It is our constant aim to work the very best
material, and to do all work in a first-class man
ner. and as to our nrices we pledge ourselves to
| do work as low or lower than first-class work
can be done for elsewhere.
If parties wish to consult us iu regard to work,
and do not find it convenient to visit our fac
tor}'. we will, if notified bj* postal card, semd a
representative of the firm to visit, them at their
homes, and give all necessary information.
Second-hand vehicles and good Horses ta'ceu
in exchange for work.
We keep constantly a large variety of New
Vehicles in stoek. and have also Sccond-IIand
Carriages. Buggies. See., which we sell vcrv low.
A. L. AN DICKSON ?fc CO.
M ay 9. 1883?y.
1871. ESTABLISHED. 1871.
Prices $25 to $85 per M.
I^OR Rest- Quality. Fine Workmanship and
Style, send vour orders to
W. W. WENTZFLL,
Harper's Ferry. West Virginia.
Thanks to the patrons for past favors. So
liciting orders from the trade, I am.
W. W WENTZELL.
r,1m?TT *. MK7.
Clmrlestown. W. Va.
JAMKS WATSON, Proprietor.
"\|"KALS at nil hours to suit. Travelers.?
I TninfU'iit Hoarding??n Reasonable Terms.
! Hacks to and from all trains. Free of Charge,
i ttaJ" The Bar ik supplied with Choice Wines.
! Liquors. Cisrars. ?fcc.
The Taylor House,
WINCH K.STK1J, VI KG IXI A.
17M RST-CLASS in all its appointment*.?
Kates reasonable. Omnibus to ami from
j Depot, tree ot charge.
Special rates t-? Commercial Trawler*, for
whom lanre sample room* have been provided.
JOHN L. ROBINS.
September 15. 1885. Proprietor.
Enlarged and Improved.
I\ DIXKLK, Proprietor.
Junction Main and Latrohc Streets,
GRAFTON, W. VA.
rilllLS hotel is located in the business centcr
JL of the town, and but a short walk from
May 15. 1SSS.
Harper's Ferry. W. Va.
17MRST-CLAS8 Hestaurant. and a Livery
Stable in connection with hotel, also Bii
> liard und Pool Room*.
G. \V. GREEN. Proprietor.
F. W. Diikvv. Clerk.
June 2:1. 18S5.
The Entler Hotel,
SI1EPIIERDSTOWN. W. VA..
HAS been reopened under a new managc
incut and with new fiir.uitnre throughout.
Every effort for .the comfort of irucsts will be
made. Sample Room on tirst floor.
J. N. TRCSSELL. Proprietor.
June 5. 1SS8?y.
BERRYVII.I.E. CLARKE CO.. VA.
i Mrs. Ann R. Castleman, Proprietor.
qillIS house will continue to he kept in the
X best style for tin- comfort and convenience
of guests. the traveling public helm; at all times
assured of a cordial welcome and genuine hos
pitality. Hates moderate.
Jul)' 0. 1&>0?y.
Cor. ntli St. and Pa". Ave., opposite B. and P.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
JNO B. SCOTT, Proprietor. -
Terms $2.50 per day.
July 22. 18S4?v.
Harper's Ferry. W. Va.
GEORGE McGLlNCY. Proprietor.
Sprciai.tirs ?Good Fare. Clean Beds. At
August 21. 18S8.
AND ST. ELMO?ANNEX.
J. C. HUNTER, Proprietor.
BERKELEY SPRINGS. MORGAN CoAtY.
Octnlicr 5.1SS6. -tf.
Ladies' Hair Work.
MISS IDA TUTWILER is prepared to do
Hair Work at moderate prices, aud will
make Braids. Puffs. Curls, Frizzes. etc..atres
idence of her father, near the Baptist Chureh,
April 1. 1W?*.
?...? r - - -
M ISCELLAN EOUS.
WHO SHALL IT BE,
Cleveland or Harrison ?
rilO savt* Money is y? ir object when you buy
; "JL Gh?thln^ for yourself and family. How to
do tliis U ti |)uzxlu to many un?l thcv no to the.
>vronir pla'ccs. The rttmutn und why I can cave
yon inoucv. I will tell you in a few t>hort sen
I tenecs : I Manufacture ?
ALL MY OWN CLOTHING,
| and guarantee every article I sell to fit nicely
:iiicl to lie sewed well. I will astonish the ?eo
| pie c?f Harpers Ferry and vicinitv with the low
i prices on our F.M.I. AND WINTER GOODS. 1
To give yon an idea what ami how cluap I !
am selling. 1 quote you u few prices:
! A nice Mens* Working Suit. f3.25. worth C0.OO I
Something Wetter. over half
Wool..." 5 00. ?? 7.00
An All-WooliRnit J 10 00. ?? 12 (HI
A Fine Dress Suit 1*2 00. ?? Tf? 00 j
Worsted Suits, sack or frock 10 00. " '4.00 1
\ l'rincc Albert Suit.-. froin... 15.00 up.
We have the Largest Stock.
A Nice FlsterorSack Over
coat *4 50. worth $0 50
A Nico Chinchilla Overcoat 0 00.. ?? K.00
A Nice FineCassimer. do... 8 50. ?' 10(H)
And up to $20 00 I have too many Styes to
quote them all? come and see.
My Boys' and Children** Suit* and Ovci'onts
are hard to heat. They are the talk rf the
Boys' Suits* from -. .$".50 up to 110 00
Hoys'Overcoats from 2 50 ?? '? 10 00
Children's Suits from 1 75 " " 0 00
Children's Ovi rcoats from.. 150 " 41 5.00;
1'auts for Children. Boys and Men. lhave
hundreds of them, and will sell thctn cka|>er
than ever. I have a l?iyr line of
GENTS FURNISHING GOtDS,
IIATS, CAPS, &c.
Men's. Women's and Children's Sliocf: the
largest and cheapest assortment ever disilayed
in Harper's Ferry. Cheaper than the Chnpcst.
Agent for the celebrated Walker Shoes. Every
pair guaranteed to^ wear as represented or
money refunded. Yes, Goods to pleajii fliiv
body and everybody. Give mc an eary cafl
and sec for voiirself that 1 mean what I lay.
Yours truly. .T II. MYERS,
The Reliable Clothitr.
Oot. 2. 1SSS. Harper's Ferry. V. Va.
North George Street, near the UringejttartH *
IIHAD AXD FOOT STONES, XAX
TELS, STATUES, & CARVING,
ip all its various branches, and all workn their
business. All orders promptly filled at the low
est rate, and shortest notice and all wmrk de
livcred and put up. and guaranteed tosut pur
chasers. If not. no sale. Please call aid see,
and judge for yourselves before purehasiig else
where. and patronise Home Manufactnte*.
1)1 EHL /c 3RO.
( barlostown. March 14. 1871.
George L. Travis.
THE boss BARBER.
Respectfully announces to hi? friend.
and the public tliat has remoyeii to the
front upper room in the Oibsou building, ad
joining the court-house yard.
My shop has been Thoroughly Furnished mnd
Improved, with the Best. Patent Spring Chairs,
itc..is large aud roomy, aud I shall cotstantly
have the service* of "a competent aMiftant.
Promptness, nearness, and politcnei^ niv mot
to. 'J ? Vi r f ?* v-- - 4
April 6. 1SS6.
For Sale !
AN Irou Safe. Inquire of
BEAL1. BROS. * rHIHOTS.
. M ED Yf^PA IIM
:nis. SUfflANQARD Yl&TDESj,
PFFICJCT.?!? It* ?ffwta art
ares? no wtnni M'B*
1. -'t cam !? ?H
l4a4r one word? cane; H !? nbf merely
ft .-Viit Hind-In nO"*Cnae ft cure-all; U
roduct f scientific research.
?*enfftbJna while it soothes and aab
lilt*, hen'* and cur**; It lltceftlly con
3 nerroua affiles
iL It does n< i merely Irritate the outer anr*
m. face, nor doe* it merely soften or relax
luiiatricted mu vole To ita specific action a
perior curatiT- virtue is superadded.
iL It penetrates deeply but gently; *rarch
[II. In(jly mikI surfly. seeking *hs pain
>t in an effort to conquer.
kL Each coiUliuont of the formula has a
[fl. recojrn -i 1 intrinsic virtue to m*rre
Miuurelylb ?- ire of pain.
"4 . ? ?
SoW bt JhMOH 'U and De> ers Everywhere.
i? Charlos A. Vogeler Co., Balto., Kd.
-temilton Easter &
t ? Baltluiur* Slrpi't. near Light
Old and Reliable House,
BE w jtmyff'';. Ac,
ARE LARGE ?
lorters, Jobbers & Retailers
Th?x*keep constantly on band an extensive
bd varied St4?ck. euibraclug the Bent Class of
ootix of every kit A and description, usually
a large City Dry Gopds House.
I 5* Mb figure*. inarketflwrVftn'
Price required,' Colors preferred. &c., U given
_ 2*et>tcmJ?cr 18. 1888?3?n.
Gram!. Square and Upright
rilHESK instruments have been before the
A public for over fifty years. and upon their
excellence ulone have attained an
Which establishes them as unequaJcd in
Evwy Piano Fully Warranted fur 5 Years.
A Iarire stock at all rriccs. constantly on
hand, comprising some of our own make, but
sliiXhtlv used. Sole Agents for the celebrated
SMITH AMERICAN ORGANS,
ASt) OTHER LEADING MAKES.
Prices and term* to suit all purchasers.
WM. KNABE ct CO..
22 ?fe 24 E. Baltimore St.. Baltimore.
112 Fifth ^Ave.. New York, and 817 Market
Space. Washington. I). C.
Sept. 11. l888-odOl0.'SS?y.
Armstrong, Cator & Co..
237 and 239 W. Baltimore St.,
STK AW GOODS,
White Goods and Ladies' 2feckicear,
NOTIONS AMP HOSIERY.
FLACS AND BANNERS
Regalia and Society Goods.
Stamped iu Gold and Silver,
FRINGES, LACES. STARS. TASSELS. <*C.
Manufacturers and Importers,
218 N. Charles Street.
Scpteml>er 25. 1SSS?ly.
milE "MALTBY" is the onlv Hotel in Balti
_L more condnctcd on both the
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.
Owinc to the decline in cost of many articles
appertaining to our expense*, the rates of board
have l?een reduced to
$2.00 and $2 50 per Day on the American Plan,
and f 1.00 to $2.00 on the European.
Being the only Hotel in the country having
at those rates
and all modern imuroYeiuente.
Col. GEO. P. MOTT.
April 34. 1877?y. Manager.
TO TAX-FATERS OF CHARLESTOWN AND
IF Taxe* are not paid promptly I will b?
compelled to wll property u the law di
rccte. No other help for it.
April 17. IMS. B^nir Sh?i*
Slar.- ;:i .hiqu^i ?>
Some of the young ladies of Wia
Hon.' Joseph Sprigg. of Hardy
county, is a candidate for the Speak
ership of the House of f>t legate*.
Benjamin HarrisonwilI.be 55 years,
6 months and 14 days old when be is
inaugurated President of the LV
*' Ei-Gov. "Holiday,, of. Winche
America for ttoi
Chief of T*olic'e Morris "shot iiti
killed Harry Bentley. a colored
bricklayer, at Roanoke. Va., for re
sisting arrest by firing on him and
"What a jvay to spell fish," said
Pat, when he saw Psyche on a ship.
But a more wonderful xpell will he ex
ercised over the coughing child of
yours that keeps itself and you awake,
if you will try Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. 25 cents.
Several wealthy Pennsylvania lum?
bermen have purchased 0,000 acres
of land iu Randolph and Upshur coun
ties. W. Va., ou which they will set
tle a Welsh colony, consisting of about
forty families. The land purchased
is rich in minerals and splendidly tim
Last Thursday morning the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Staley, near
Shepherdstown. was the scene of a
quiet hut very pretty wedding. Miss
Annie Staley and Mr. George White
being united in the bonds of matri
mony. Rev. B- F. Bausmann, of the
Reformed Church, officiated.
At the recent election in New Hamp
shire the Democrats cut the Republi
can plurality down to 2,284, against
4,063 in 1884. And the Democratic
vote increased 4,257, or 10.86 per
cent, against an increase of only 2,478,
or 5.7i jwr cent.. for the Republican*.
This show? that the "fret trade"
scare did nut roach New Hampshire.
One more campaign of education will
do the work in that State.
Neuralgic paroxysms are often of
extreme violence, and brought.on by
le slightest provocation, such as ft
The Democrats of Shepherdstown
and vicinity have organized a |?erma
nent Democratic Association, with
W. N. Lemen. President; E. Hessj
Reinhart. First Vice-President; J. H?j
Zittle. Second Vice-Proident; J.
Thornburg Kearney. Third Vice-Pres
ident; D. L. Rentch, Treasurer; the
election of a Secretary was postponed
until the next meeting. Meetings
will be held the first Saturday of every
Not lone ago we heard a mother
remark : "The effects of Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup are simply Wonderful, it
helps ray child every time and leaves
the little fellow as bright as a new
General John M. Palmer, late Dem
ocratic candidate for Governor of Il
linois, and a distinguished volunteer
officer in the Union army, has severed
his connection with the Grand Army
of the Republic, " having been pain
fully assured during the late cam
paign that the order which he had
helped to build up was being prosti
tuted. in violence of its prostitution
and ritual, to Republican political
Nervousness and indigestion.?
These sad afflictions so destructive
both to husine?9 and pleasure arise
from a morbid condition of the body,
which is relieved by an occasional
dose of Laxador. Try it and you will
be pleased. Price 25 cents. ?
The freieht traffic over the Shen
andoah Valley R. R. at present is re
ported to bo the larsestin its history.
One hundred and fifty carloads of
freight per day are forwarded to the
north from the southern connections
over this route, in addition to its lo
cal traffic. This southern through
freisrht consists principally of cotton
and pis iron. The greater portion
of the latter comes from Birmingham.
Alabama, and is consigned to Boston
and other New England cities.
SHTT.OTTS VTTAL.IZER lc what Ton need
for Constipation. Lom of Apprtit*. hluinw,
mid all symptom* of Py l Prlcv 10 and
75 conts per bottle. Sold <<7 C. Frank Jonee.
The beautiful Christmas number of Dkm
OREST'S Monthlt. jvt arrived, contain* tw<
beautiful large Cbriftmas Cards In water
colors that can be detached and pent to friends
Then you are taken on a trip to New Yorli
City, the article being so -handsortiely illu*
trated that you can imagine yourself on a
visit to the metropolis. 44 A Voyage througl
Space" take? us to the moon. and in the nu
merous fine illustrations wc ?ee its mountains
crat*r*. and valleys. Further on we an
treated to an original Christmas carol, and af
ter a feast of good articles and stories appro
j priHte for the season, we reach the Depart
menis. For $2 per year, you really gel
amusement and instruction for the whole fam
I ily. Published l?v W. Jennings Demorest. 12
| E 14th Street, S.'Y.
! With the closing of the yearGODEV's Ladt*
Book issues a superb number, running over witl
I seasonable attractions of the most brilliant kind
I The exquisite steel-plate frontispiece. *? Tb
Parting Promise." illustrates a capital story
by Max Vander Wcyde. Emily Lennox's illu?
trated story. *? Reggy Did It." is a gem in it
way- So is Emily Read's 04 Stratagem." Inat
mneh is very touching. " A Woman's Way
will be greatly enjoyed.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breafi
t ecu red. by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Pric
50 cents. Nasal Injector Irtx. Sold by ?
Governing a Boy.
Get hold of the boy's heart. Yon
der locomotive with the thundering
train courts like a whirlwind down the
track, ami a regiment of armed men
?night seek to arrest it in vain. It
would crush them and plunge unheed
ing on. But there is a little lever in
its mechanism that at the pressure ol
a man's hand will slacken its speed,
and in a moment or two bring it pant
ing and still, like a whipped spaniel,
at your feet. By the same lever the
vast steamship is guided hither and
yon on the in adverse
winds (f current. The sensitive and
soft ?pot by which a boy's life is con
trolled is ilis heart. Willi your grasp
firm and gentle on that helm, you can
pilot him whither you will. Never
doubt that lie has a heart. Bad and
willful bovs very often have the ten
derest hearts hidden away somewhere
beneath incrustations of sinorlwhind
barricades of pride. And it is your
'tusiness to get at that heart. !
hold of it by sympathy, conPaing in
him, roanifpstfy working only for h)s
good by little indirect kindn^i to
mother or sister, or even pet do-.
See him at his home or invite um
Into yours. Provide him some pleas
ures, si t him to dq ?>me little ?,<u;vk:e.
of tru-t for you. lov hie; nr:u- ?
tarrh that Contain Mercury,
as Mercury will sureiy destroy the
sense of smell and completely 1
range the whole system when enter
ing ?t through the mucus surfaces
Such articles should never be used < x
cept on prescriptions from reputable
physicians, as the damage they wl"
do are ten fold to the good you can
poBsibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally,
and acts directly upon the blood and
mm-ui jlltnui of the 1"
buy ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure
you get the genuine, it is taken ititer
nally and made i>. Toledo, Ohio, by
F. J. Cheney & Co.
f&~Sotd by Druggists, price toe.
For lame back. fide or r?^t, DK Shilob's
Pftroui Plaster. Price 25 ceo*. gold by C.
Well, read this and see Nr your
self that we have as large a alack of
Fine Goods as can be found i* the
State, and we will sell cheaper than
any other Jeweler in the State. We
don't want 100 per cent., or 50 per
cent, either, but will sell our goods at
a small profit. Price the same goods
bought of the same houses, and see
if our prices are not lower than else
where. Just laid ia a new stock of
goods?such as Watclie*. Clocks and
Jewelry, and our motto is " Honext
Gontl* at Honest Price*." AH kinds
of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Re
paired at living prices. We sell the
Best Powder in town. Try it and be
convinced. Everything for the Sports
mah?Caps, Wads, Shot. Shells, &c.
The Bos*. H. A. *L. Burton.
SniI.OH'8 COUGH and Consumption Cnre
In sold by an on a guarantor. It cures Con
sumption. Sold by C. Frank Jonts.
Mb. C. B. Rouss" Cash Essat.?
Another of Mr. Rouss' articles is cop
i ied in our pages?a three column ar
| tide. It is "chuck full" of wisdom
| and good advice. It combines the
remarks of a Sage in commercial mat
ters with the experience of a man who
has run the gamut clear through ol
day books and ledgers on the credit
side of his career, to the '"cash be
fore delivery" system or "net spot
cash" and widelv known all over the
country as the "Universal Rouss .Sys
tem." Mr. Rouss* articles are never
tames. They are always fresh, cris
py and vigorous. The Uieme to him
seems inexhaustible and ever new.?
Our advice is to read, cogitate and
adapt.?New York Record.
lfhso Baby waa rick. ?* r*TB bar Caatoria,
Wh.n aba wwa CtuU. sb* cried for Caatoria.
When aba hacama Mias. abe clamg to Caatoria,
Wbaa aba bad CbiUraa. aba care them Caatoria,
THAT HACKINGCOUGHean besoqoiekl;
cored by Sbilob'a Core. Sold by C. Frank Jones
CROUP. WHOOPING COUGH and Broo
cbitifl immediately reliered by Sbilob'a Cnre.
by C. Frank Jonea
oue jee..w.;.. 10.0C
EDate** Annouoceiucut*.?For Counts
i. 1^00; State or CoogrMstonal, 110.00,
?> wrtinlV Adrertbinr Rates.
^jQMtuarjr Notice* cxeeediug ftve line*, 10 eta.
Liberal deductions made for Quarter.Half
and Whole Colnm?. ?iv .Annual. Jiatui-Annua
n^guartcrlT Advertisers. ,'
advertisement to be eomidefed bv thl
Wiootii or rear unless specified on IMWllli
script, or previously agreed upon beiyven tbi
Iriarry McCarty, a well-known com
edian and popular song writer, died
in California a few days ago. Dur
ing tbo war Mr. McCarty played in
the principal. Southern - cities. He
?.rak tlie author of the "Boimiu Blue
Flfg." a Sobtiiei . war song, whicl.
was fir-it tui.r liy Mis sister. Miss Ma
rian McQariy, at the varitiesTheater.
Near Orleans, So 1. "Thajw^
Bin*. Flag" ? - Uie.occasiouM
Geo. Benjaiu.n F Bull,
r"" is o^inflictlr
isiou. dun J
i-r's rule ft
lated by Bran
rc 151 rtf hli
?i ^ protfi
able by fining ?i' ? >very man, woman
and child whi >ang. whistled or
played "'The Bnnne Blue Flag" or it)
tune on the utre'ts." Mr. Blackuiarf
T?rit?i 3l?o that he *?? arrested and'
flnetf S-VH) for publishing it. and that j
the sLeet music of it was all destroy
ed. inc<* the war Mr. McCarty has
spent most of his time on the Pacific
coast. Marian McCarty. his beauti
ful and talented sister, who was a fa
vorite in Laura Kcenc's stock com
pany, died four years after her broth
er wrote "The Bonnie Blue Flag."
Keep still. -? Wllfen trouble is brew
ing keep stHI. - When your feelings
^WTinrf. keep still until you recover
iMiii your excitement nt any rate.?
'ftings look differently through an
tffeagitatcd- eye. In a commotion
?sot liwrotea letter nnd sent it, and
wisb?4: Atjfcad 'not. iu my later
jf?ars Xh?<l atjolhpr com motion, and
wrote a long jetter: but life had
rui}be4jUi|tU? sense into mc, ami 1
.kept that Jitter in my pocket ^gainst
tbe' day wben.,1 could look it over
fmffolit agftartoh 'and without tears.
I was glad I did. L&s and leas it
seamed necessaryfto send it. 1 was
hflt sUre it would do any hurt, but in
my' doubtfulness I? leaned to retl
oi|ace,: ati(L<?ventaal!y it was de
stroyed. J-MWn 'rrattn wonders.?
Wait lifl yoi^a? 'spgali naltaly, and
niaybe._ .5Wepoe.is. tlte ino^t massive
thingeMV^jVa^p-soinotirai-s. It is
s'trengtti in .its very grandeur. It is
like a regiment brdered to stand still
in the mad fur^of battle.
The Vefcffct Unanimous.
m?? a ?f ?f -
?:> W.'.IX Suit, Druggist, Bippus,
Ind., testifies: "I can recommend
Electric Bitters as the very best rem
edy. Every bottle sold has given
relief in every "case. One man took
six bottles and was cured of Rheu
matism of 10 years' standing."?
Abraham Hare/druggist, Bellville,
Ohio, affirms: "The best selling
medicine I have ever handled in my
20 years' experience, is Electric Bit
ters." Thousands of others have
added their testimony, so that the
verdict is unanimous that Electric
Bitters do cure all diseases of tha
Liver, Kidneys, or Blood. Only a
halt dollar a bottle at C. F. Jones'
WILL TOU SITFFEB *Hb Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? onlloli* Vltallr.er Is euar
kntced to rurv Sold by C. Prank Jones.
A Woman's Discovery.
" Another wonderful discovery ha*
been made and that too l>y a lady in
this county^- Disease fastened its
dutches upon her and for seven years
she withstood its severest tests, but
her vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three
months she coughed incessantly and
could not sleep. She bought of us a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption and was so much
relieved on taking first dose that she
slept all night and with one bottle
has been miraculously cured. Her
name is JIr9. Luther I,utz." Thus
writes W. C. Hamrick & Co., of
| Shelby. C.?Get a free trial bot
| tie at C. P. Jones' Drug S'ore.
i Reai. Pakst _ Bcrri.e jnst rerelird at
1 Bcicnter A 8oV?, Maeer.towti. g?c them.
( Bi??ik*Th ?Another lot Just rccelvcd it
Vet.t L'ixitii for rnlroMnj. All the new
est shade* at Beachi.rt'h.
Kli> Gloves. lieavv embroidered hark, only
! 50 cents. Misses' kids ' 5 centm at BEACfff.Er'a.
ntsittni Cloths.?AII colon, from 10c.
to 85c. per yard. St BEACitLCY's.
Unin' a*i> Coat* awo VV'kara.
Another lot Jnst In at BcAcai.kr'a.
ReaCIXLKT'S Taiior is first CllfS. bis stock
of men'* wear second to none, price* lower
j than ever.
Groceries.?If you want choice groceries at
; right price*, always k" t/> Bracelet's.
j Carpets. Oil Cloth*. Window sbadr*. Ac.,
the largest and best assortment In Ilagerstown,
, at Beaceii.rt'*.
BeaCOLET A Sol's stock of good* I* very
1 large and well selected, and they don't often
The Jounwl published at Frost
burg, Md., the former home of Mr.
? j Olin Bea'l, says:
The Charlestown (W. Va.) Spirit
of Jeffcrton has heard Olin Beall, for
? merly of this' place, named among
I others as an applicant for postmaster
Of that town. The Journal would not
?openly interfere in the affairs of any
' place outside its jurisdiction, still, if
' it had a real pood chance, when no
J body was looking, it would whisper
in Gen. Benjamin Harrison's ear pa
point Olin BetiU.
SLEEP1.ES3 NtGHTS. made ralaera&le by
that terrible couirb. Shiloh'* Core 1* the Rem
edy for you. Sold by C. Frank Jooss.
The practice of running trains on
the left hand track is now being largely
put in force by railroad corporations
f throughout the United States. The
custom originated in England and
- affords the engineer a better and ful
ler riew of tlio tracks ahead.