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POETICAL.
She Could and She Couldn't.
Blie could sing and she could play,
She could dance from nlglit till day,
She could while tbo lioura away,
So 'tis said;
She could skato and she could paint,
She could play the patron saint,
But she could and sho wouldn't
Make a bed.
She could walk eight miles a day,
And play tennis charmingly,
Flirting in a saucy way,
Little scamp!
She could drive and play base ball,
She could make a stylish call.
But she couldn't and she wouldn't
Clean a lamp.
She could swim and she could row,
She could always have a beau,
And fra sure that wo all kuow
Sho was shy
She could laugh and she conld prance,
She could play a game of chance,
But she couldn't and she wouldn't
Make a pie.
She conld etch and write a book,
She could vanquish with a look,
She could win by hook or crook,
I confess;
She conld scold and she could flout,
She could cry and she could pout,
But she couldn't and she wouldn't
Make a dress.
She could^alk of church affairs,
But knew naught of household cares;
Still I'm sure that none compares
With sweat Nan ;
Even if she couldn't bake
Bread and pics and angel cake
She enraptured and she captured
A rich man !
tflar Harbor Bazoo.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Good Hands.
That is a good band which is put
out to help some one who has fallen by
the wayside.
That is a good hand which knows
how to make pain easier and head
aches vanish.
That is a good hand which knows
how to give heartily and freely.
That is a good hand which is put
out to help you or me as wo walk
along in life; when we feel we need
some one to protect us.
That is a good hand which never
?wrote" anythiog of which it was
ashamed, and which never put its
hand to fraud and dishonesty.
That is a good hand which helps
along the sick and the weak, the help
less and the poor.
That is a good hand which does its
work well; whatever it may be,
wherever it may lie, it doth not grow
weary, and it doetii its work so it i6
worth its wage.?Farm and Friend.
You Take no Risk
Iu buying Hood's Sarsaparilla, for it is every
where recognized as tbe standard building-up
medicine and blood-purifier. It has won its
?way to the frout by its own intrinsic merit,
and has the largest sale of any preparation of
its kind. Any lioneet druggist will confirm
this statement. If you decide to tuke Ifood's
Sarsaparilla do not be induced to buy anything
else iu stead. Be sure to get Hood's.
The Lake Dwellers.
In Switzerland, one winter when it
was very cold, the rivers were frozen
and the lakes were very shallow. The
people who lived on the border of one
of the lakes determined to make their
gardens larger by running their side
walls out into the lake and building a
wall across to shutout the lake. Then
they were going to fill in the space
thus enclosed with mud taken from
the lake bed. When they commenced
to dredge they came upon a quantity
of spiles, and ivory and stone and
bronze tools. Investigations proved
tbatabove this lake and, indeed, above
others in Switzerlrnd, had once risen
the holmes of a people who lived in
dweilings built high above the water
on spiles or logs driven into the bed
of the lake. One lake having been
drained, two settlements were found
in it, one at each end. The part of the
eastern settlement which used to stand
above the water had been destroyed
by fire, and the charred remains could
still be seen. Nobody had ever
dreamed of the existence of such peo
ple. They are now known as the
" Lake Dwellers."?St. Nicholas.
Mnr- roil tub hluou,
Weakness, Miliaria, Indigestion and
Biliousness, take
BROWN'S IRON' BITTERS.
It cures quickly. For sale by all dealers in
medicine, (jet the genuine.
J. L. Thompson.] [R. K. Ooden |
BERRY VILLE
STEAM PLANING MILL,
Cor. Main ?fc Rice Ste.,
BERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA.
Thompson & Ogden,
Owners and Proprietors. Also
Contractors & Builders.
WE beg leave to inform the citizens of the
southern portion of Jefferson Co.. W.
Va., and on the line of the S. V. R. R., that we
are prepared to furnish all kinds of material
necessary for the construction and completion
of buildings, such as
FRAMING. SIDING, SHEATHING. FLOOR
ING. FRAMES. SASH. BLINDS. DOORS,
MANTELS, MOULDINGS. PLASTER- I
ING LATH. BRICK. HAIR. R1V
ERTON AND WINCHESTER
LIME.
All goods delivered F. O. B. cars. Berryville
Station, S. V. R. R.. at factory prices.
THOMPSON &. OGDEN.
January 12, 188C.
Jefferson Woolen Mill,
(Formerly Porter's Factory.)
UNDER tho atmve mentioned name the old
'?Porter's Factory," which in days gone
by enjoyed almost a national reputation* for
excellent manufactures, is still operated by
the undersigned. Necessurv repairs have
been made and improved machinery introduced,
and I will continue to maintain the rep
utation of the mill and to meet the demaud of
the public for first-class goods.
The Highest Market Price will be paid for
Wool delivered at the Mill or at such points as
may be designated.
Orders for Cloths, Yarns, <fec.t will receive
prompt attention.
Respectfully,
JNO. J. JOBE.
P. O.?Wheatland. Jefferson County, W, Va.
June 1.188ti?odJa27,85.
MUSIC SCHOOL,
SALEM, VA.
Dr. H. II. HAAS. Director, formerly of nol
llns Institute, Va., and Woo6ter UniversityfO.
Thorough Vocal and Instrumental instruc
tion. Traiuing for teaching and concert per
formance a specialty. Terms moderate. Ad
dress as above.
August 25. 1891?3t.
FIVE Thousand Quart Tin Fruit Cans. Our
own make. Warranted not to leak. For
bale \>J EASTERDAY & CO.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
(*?w>4 Morning!
You Are Hoarse!
Lightning Cough Drops
arc something new In the way of a throat and lune balsam, axe safe, certain, and
prompt in their action, and are a sure cure for CROUP. Puice, 25 and 50 cents a
Bottle.
Lightning Vegetable Liver Pills f
are a sure cure for Sick Headache, Biliousness, Costiveness, Piles and Inactivity of thr^
Liver. 20 cents a Box. Sugar Coated. One pill a dose. Don't gripe or make you sick.^
Lightning Hot Drops
A panacea for external and Internal use. For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Diphtheria.?
Sore Thro:it, Sprains, Drulnca, I,auienes?, Hums, Cramps. Colic and all painful aflcc;
tions. A sure cure for Diarrhoea, Summer Complaint and Flux. 25 and 60 cents i-j:u
liOTTLE.
Keep (hem in tlie Home, they will often Save Doctor Bills,
If roil f"?l TO relief after using two-thirds the contents of a bottle of these medicines return
tl
p:
MH- lhlrd to the dealer from whom you bought It aod he will refund the price
jc bottle.
For Sale by *11 Druggists ind Dialers In Medicine. Prepared by
HERB MEDICINE CO.,
Weston, W. Va.
fISH
This Trado
Mark la on
T&8 Best
Waterproof
. Coat
In ttie world*
L~
$30001
A. YEAR I I uu.l. rt.ke tobnVfly
teach may fairly in*ellii:?*ut |m mun of ui titer
>?, ttlio ctn rcud and ?vrlir, mx] who,
iaflcr instruction, will work iuiluatriouaiy,
^ _ liutv to earn Three Thousand Ilullar* a
Year la tlie!ro*vn loc?lhIe?,wherever tbeyllre.I will a Wo furnish
the ?ltuatloiiorc?n|?!oyn?cnt,iit vi Itich you can earn tliot amount.
No money for tneunlr?? sucrr??ful as above. K??lly?ml quickly
Iranicl. I elc?tre but one worker from each diatWrt or county. I
lidv?? already taught and provided with employment a la it?
number, whoara making over fSOOO * Tear each. Ii'iXKW
and NOLI I>. Full particular* F*JC 1-1K. Addrc?? at once,
K. C, ALLEN, J*ox 480, Au^utUt, Jllaluo.
December 9, 1800?ly.
W. F.&T. P. Lippitt
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
DEALER IN
Lumber, Hardware
of all kinds. Plans and Estimates furnished Free of Cost to Customers. All orders for Work
and Materials filled promptly.
STORE AND YARD, Corner Geor?c I,iH> e rty Sts.
October 21, 1890.
ACTORY AND YARD, George St. and B. & O. R. R.
"piSO'S REMEDY run CATARRH.?Best. Easiest to use.
Cheapest. Relief is immediate. A cure i* certain. For
Cold in the Head it has no equal.
November 18. 1S90?ly.
It is an Ointment, of which a small particle is applied to the
nostrils. Price, 50c. Sold by druggists or sunt by mail.
.Address. K. T. Haziltine, Warren, Fa
AT WHOLESALE,
These olfers are inaaa to B?>cure early orders from clt v.iw
love C-liolce lio.si-s. A trial will convince yuti that uar Ho ct
) "can't be bent." These are the best oilers ever imutc bj
an? IC <Jrn.nd Tloxim to include (.?.nut..
, one. 19 by mail lor tpB? beat red, l'ranrrt br-Kt
. pink. 12very Pin. lit XI <Jeni. well?rnull with btronfj rootK
F will bloom all Summer, and ?ive lots of ilnwere; cr I will
w*nd g Flue PIuiitM, ail Clif
IFine PiantH, all ('ilOli'M 42*?*
IwU ]lOSI''8i by mpress, for only t*??3 ?WUc
Tlie?e plant* tire Hiire to plenseyon. Directions for culture with every order. Safe
arrival jruaranteed. A rare chance. D?mrt iniKB it. Sum pic Rose, with Ctitstioxii.*, |(ic.
Order Now. WiU.il.ltKCDj Cbauibersburt: Nnr?erier., Ctiaiubitrtibuif, i'a.
.WIRE ROPE SELVAGE,
GEO. C. THOMAS,
Phoenix Carriage Works,
Berryville, Clarke County, 1 a.
I HAVE for years built a lnri'o variety of va
rious styles of CARRIAGES and WAGONS;
tliev have been In use among onr pcoplana
have riven satisfaction In every instance as far
as I lmve been able to ascertain. Through tlu?
exnerience I have learned what vehiclessuit the
DeoMe best, ami what are best adapted to their
53 I manufacture a handsome wagon
known as the #
Whitney Side-Bar Spring
very neat and stylish iu appearance, and a very
pleasant riding wagon. Also ail styles and pat
terns of Carriages, Bnsrgies, Jaggeis, Jenny
Uuds and Pliajtons. 1 Tccep on hand a larfec
stock, but am prepared to fill orders at short
I notice. Prices suited to the times, and satisfac
tion guaranteed. A liberal discount allowed on
old vehicles in exchange for new ones. I use
altogether the Old Reliable
SARVEN WHEELS,
universally pronounced the best wheels made.
Repairing a Specialty.
X have established a Carriage Repository at
Upperviile. Fauquier county. Persons desir
ng vehicles at the above place, during my ab
sence can leave their orders with \V. Richard
son. drusfflst*. . , ,
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended
to me from Clarke. Jefferson an.l adjoining
counties, I respectfully ask a continuance of'the
game. GEO. U. iiiUJiAa.
February 22, 1881.
EASTERDAY & CO.,
SOUTH CHARGES ST.,
Plumbers and Gas Fitters,
Tinners and Sheet Metal Workers,
rnlN-Roofiug'. Guttering, Ac.?Those in need
1 of anv kind of Tin work can not do better
than to call 011 us, as we are the Boss Tinners
of the town. We will always be found at our
IiXWr86' S?0EASTERDlv'iUCOr"
ROOFING * SPOUTSNG
Wc are leaders 011 this work. Heatinc and
Ventilating Furnace Work, Sexton Fire 1 lace
U<Agem?y for Excelsior, Albion and otber Cook
Stoves and Hauges.
Pumps, Pipes and Fittings.
We have the largest stock in town of the
above goods, and they will be sold at bottom
prices. Yours & c0.,
April 7,1601. Chnriestown. W. Va.
WOVEN WIRE
BEST
STEEL
WIRE
C^ACKNOWUEDCED THE BEST
tor Lawns, Gardens, Farms, Ranches and Railroads.
PIUCKS REDUCED. Solil by dealer*:. FREIGHT PAID.
McMULIJi?i'S POULTRY JiETTUiO. Ken Thing I
No BRcrsrlnel No bagglnff! Extra lletrry Scljrnjte.
The MaMullen Woven Wire Fence Co., Chicago, HL
March 31.1891-ly.
A. L. Anderson.] [Geo. W. Anderson. !
A. L. Anderson & Co.,
West "Virg-inia.
CARRIAGE WORKS,
MIDDI.EWAY, JEFFERSON CO., W. VA.
rrUIE undersigned have been established in
JL the Carriage Business on the MiddJeway ;
and Slieplierdstown turnpike, one mile nortli of ,
Middleway, for four years 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 BUGGIES,
JENNY LENDS, PHJETONS,
JAGGERS, &C.
Our work has been sold all 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 prices we pledge ourselves to
do work as low or lower than first-class work
earvbe done for elsewhere. I
If parties wish to consult us in regard to work, I
and do not find it convenient to visit our fac
tory, we will, if notified by postal card, send a I
representative of the firm to visit them at their j
homes, and give all necessary information.
Second-hand vehicles and good Horses taken
in exchange for work.
We keep constantly a large variety of New
Vehicles in stock, and have also Second-IIand
Carriages, Buggies, &c.. which we sell very low.
A. L. ANDERSON & "CO.
May 9. 16S3--y.
-rr^-- -ml THIS preparation, with
' out injury, removes
^cut^ Freckles, l^iver-Moles,
Pimples, lilacIt-IIeadSj Snnhurn
and. Tan, A few applications will ren
tier tho most stubbornly red skin soft,
smooth and white. Viola Cream is
net a paint or powder to cover defects,
but a remedy to cure. It is superior to
ill other preparations, and is guaranteed
o give satisfaction. At druggists or mail
d for GO cents. Prepared by
'edo, Ohio. O. C. EITTKEB & CO.
March 3, 1891.
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!|
Gustav Brown
Has the Largest and Best Selection of Goods.
TOYS IN ENDLESS VARIETY!
Such as Dolls, Games. Books, Toilet Sets. I
Vases. Cnps and Saucers. Mugs. Rubber
Toys, Work Boxes, Writing Desks,'
Tea Sets, Bisques, Baskets. Plush
Goods, Wagons, Sieds, Veloc
ipedes, &c.
CONFECTIONERY.
Candies of all kinds, and prices cheap. Have J
on hand Whitman's Superior Confections, Bon
Bons, Chocolates and Fine Mixtures.
Fruits and Nuts.
A large supply of Nuts. Raisins, Citron. Cur
rants, Figs, Dates, Oranges, union#, Grapes j
and Bananas.
CAKES.
Plaiu aud Ornamental Cakes always on hand. |
OYSTERS received daily, larger than ever.
Leave your orders.
Thankful for past patronage, aud hoping to
merit a continuance.
I am, respectfnHv,
Jan. 6. 1891. GCSTAV BROWN.
Ladies' Hair Work.
MISS IDA TUTWILER is prepared to do
Hair Work at moderate prices, and will
make Braids. Puffs. Curls, Frizzes. ete..atres
idcnce of her father, near the Baptist Church,
in Charlcstown.
April 1. 1S7U?t.f.
Boarding.
EVERAL Gentlemen can be accommodated
with Board by
SIRS J. O TUTWILEll.
March 13. 1S8S?tf.
A lot of Driving "Whip* and Odds and Ends
t\. of Haruc-fs. Iland Made. For sale by
Jung 80,18W. EASTERDAY & CO.
s
MISCEIXAXEOUS.
SEE THIS!
" KING"
OP
SEWING MACHINES.
Victorious in Competition,
Satisfactory in Use,
Durably Made,
A THING OF BEAUTY,
The Latest &. Best Attachments
With a Range of Work That Is Unequalled.
Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO..
Cleveland. Ohio.
October 2S? 1800-lSm.
GOACH FACTORY,
LIVERY, <&C.
TnE undersigned having purchased the old
established Coach Factory of the late Wells
J. Hawks, in Cliarlestown, with the view of en
tering into the
Carriage Business,
in all its branches, offers for sale a large nuni
! ?r of New and Second-hand
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAGGERS,
&c., at the lowest prices and upon'the most ac
'commodating terms.
Old Carriages taken in Exchange for
New.
GRIND
^@3 YOUR OWN CANE
pJT Write (or Illustrated Cata
I w logue, containing prices and
Information of the
,|"?~3%a Chattanooga
? Cane
-?rig|ir f3j Chattanooga
IB '? Evaporator.
Chattanooga
CHATTANOGA PLOW CO
CHATTANOOGA. TENN.
CANOER
and Tnmori OL'kED ? no knife:
book f re?*. Pra.OKATinHT d: N'okbm
No. 163 Elm street, Cincinnati, O.
PARKER'S
, HAIR BALSAM
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Never Pails to Bcetore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Curt* ?caJp <li?<-a?es St b*ir falling,
fflc. snd $ 1.U0 at l>ruKgUts
.^smwMiviwaayE^
U?c Parker's Omeer I'onio. Jt cures the wont Courh.
cak Lunpi. Debility, Indirection, Pain,Take in time.50cU.
HENDERCORNS. The only sure cure for Corns.
Steps aXTpaiu. Be. at or liliCOX Je CO., N. Y.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS done with neat
ness and dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Horses and Carriages
FOR 1IIRE.
In connection with the above I will continu J
the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to
furni3li Carriages, Buggies and Jaggers at the
shortest notice.
The above business will be under the su
perintendence of Abram Stump.
UNDERTAKING.
I am prepared to give my special attention to
the business of Undertaking.
Being a practical mechanic and determined
to give satisfaction. I respectfully solieit a share
of public patronage.
May 15, 187?. LEWIS STARRY.
Important to Builders.
THE undersigned is giving his sole attention
to the
LUMBER BUSINESS,
at Roadside. Rockingham County, Virginia,
and has facilities for filling orders of any ex
tent and great variety. lie commands forests
of growing timber of the very best quality, and
milling capacity to meet the "most extravagant
demands of this section. Orders for Lumber for
Building Purposes,
cut In size and length to meet the demands of
Builders or others, filled promptly upon terms
with which no other person in the Valley of
Virerlnia can compete successfully.
The subscriber has in 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 roav be satisfactorily filled Ad
dress, l)r S. P. H. MILDER.
Roadside,
Rockingham Co.,
Nov. 19,1S7S?y. Virginia.
FERTILIZERS.
"1XTE have converted our Funkstown Mill, j
\ V with its immense Water Power, into a
first-class Bone Mill and Fertilising manufac
turing establishment. By grinding with water
power we can beat the State for economical
work. Our power is ample, and we are pro
ducing a Bone Meal that contains double the
Flour of Bone produced by any other mill in
the county. In offering to the Farmer our
goods we" guarantee them as represented in
every rcspcct.
Prices, pei* Ton s
Pure Buffalo Bont Meal, ?38.00
Pure Domestic " " 3G.00
Pure Dissolved " 38.00
Our .Ammoniated Bone Phos
phate, the bulk of which is
Dissolved Bone, 35.00
Our Excelsior Phosphate, 33.00
The highest grade of South
Carolina Dissolved Bone, 25.00
Farmers can rely upon any of these goods
being as represented. 11 they should be found
adulterated we will forfeit the goods.
The above prices are as low as honest goods
can be sold. Beware of goods offered at Tower
prices.
We buy in 100 ton lots for cash, and have the
lowest freight rates, and will give the farmers
these goods at a small margin. Our mill is al
ways open to j*our inspection. Give us a call
before you buj*. We will show you just what
you arc getting.
J. W. STONEP.RAKER ?fc CO.
Address J. E. STONEBRAKER.
Aug. 34, 1880. Hagerstown, Md.
August 25, ltv.U?4w.
MECHANICAL.
M. SCOTT WELLER,
(-J-WekTT, acxiinTsrp
and
General Jlepch-er in ll'ood, Iron, Steel and
Brass.
Corner of Charles and Liberty Streets,
ClIABLESTOWX, W. \*A.
CASTS BRASS.
TURNS IRON AND STEEL.
TURNS WOOD AND BRASS.
DOES FlRST-CLASS WORK,
HAS the^ Latest Improved Turning Lathe,
and will do Turuiug and Boring ol all
kinds, Chasing threads in Nnts and 011 large
Screws a specialty. Docs a general line of Re
pairing, aud Light and Heavy Smithing. Re
pairing Pumps in their various apartments,
Fits Water. Gas and Steam; Files and Sets
911 kinds of Saws, Grinds Axes, Scissors. Shears
and Cutlery of all kinds. Repairs Bicycles.
Repairs Traction and other Engines," aud
docs a general line of Mill Work. Turning aud
Smithing workmanship second to none.?
Boijcr Leaks and Tubes Repaired 011 shortest
notice. Also deals in Liirht Brass Castings,
Check. Globe and Throttle valves. Stopcocks,
Steam Pipes. Fittings, Unions. Ac., always iu
stock. All orders receive prompt attention at
moderate cost.
Patentee of the celebrated Weller Iron Cel
lar Door?the best article of the kind made.
CaT* Agent for the sale of the Iron Fencing,
Cresting Railing, Stairways, t&c.. of the cele
brated Rogers Fence Companv.
M. SCOTT WELLER.
February 19. 18SP?y
JULIUS C. HOLMES,
Late Superintendent of Repairs of Public
Buildings,
Charlcstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
I now offer my services again as
Architect and Builder,
as well as a General
Contractor or Superintendent
for all classes of buildiug, aud Repair work
neatly aud promptlv done. Plans and Specifi
cations and estimates furnished upon applica
tion. My aim shall be to give yon work equal
to the best in the United Statcsi 11 material and
workmanship. I defy any city mechanic to
beat it iu workmanship or iu time of comple
tion.
June 4. 1SS9. JULIUS C. HOLMES.
JEFFERSON FOUNDRY
AND
Machine Shojjs,
Situated on Berryvillo Turnpike, withiu the
Corporate Limits of Charlcstown.
To All Whom It May Concern:
1 take this method of announcing to the
farming community of Jefferson and adjoining
counties, that I do all kinds of Machine Re
pairing. such as Tractiou and Portable En
gines, Wheat Threshers. Grain Drills. Wheat
Faus. Corn Shellers. and in fact all kinds of
Repairing, in both Wood and Iron: also make
Smoke Stacks for Stationary aud Portable Eu
gines. Patching Steam Boilers, and puttiug in
new llews or tubes. Am prepared to do all
kinds of
BLACKSMITH INC,
Light or Heavy, in first-class manner.?
Special attention paid to Repairing Mill
Spindles. I have one of the latest improved
Turning Lathes which cannot be excelled in
the State, for Turning Iron and Chasiug Screws,
large and small, either Iron or Brass. Keep
on hand Pipe of all sizes, and am prepared to
Cut Threads, or Screws on the same; also
keep on hand all kinds of Brass Cocks; Globe..
Angle and Check Valves of Jenkins' Bros. Pa
tent Seats of Philadelphia; all sold under
guarantee of thirty days, and if not found sat
isfactory return and I will refund the amount
paid. I keep in stock Packing of different
kinds for making Steam-Tight Joints; also
manufacture the Sun-Fish Plow, improved, in
three different sizes, as follows: a Heavy
Three-Horse, Two and Three, and a regular
Two-Ilorse Plow.
IVly Foundry Department.
Will make all kinds of Castings from pat
terns or old pieces of easting. Also have pat
terns for Grate Bars for Traction or Portable
Engines of Frick's make and others. Make
Sash-Weights for Buildings of a!l sizes, in
large quantities lower than the lowest, aud I
am "prepared to make all kind of Brass Cast
ings, I keep on hand the Challenge Pump,
arid Water Elevator and Purifier, for deep
Wells and Cisterns, of which I have all ex
tra Chains. Cranks. Wheels. ?fcc.
Agent for the CROWN WHEAT DRILL.?
Would be pleased if an}' one in need of a Drill
before purchasing elsewhere would give me a
call.
Will thank the public generally for a share
of their petrouage. Yours respectfully,
JOIIN C. WELLER.
Address P. O. Box SI.
September 17, 18S9.
~C. W. TAYLOR,
House, Sign and Fresco
Painter,
PAPER HANGER & GRAINER.
January 27, 1891.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
E. E. BEACHLEY,
A R III TEC T AND BUILDER,
"17TrILL contract for all kinds of Building.?
7 7 My architecture and workmanship rec
ommends" itself. If you have any kind of
Building that you want erected in first-class
order and in short time give me a call. Draw
iug s and Estimates made on application. I
also furnish all kiuds of
IRON AND STEEL ROOFING
at the lowest cash prices.
Most respectfully.
E. E. BEACHLEY.
Dcc. 10, 1S90. Charlestown, W. Va.
I can recommend Mr. Beachley as an Archi
tect and Builder. Jacob W. Coffman,
Merchant.
"Would further refer to :
Wynkoop. Waltek& Co.. Real Estate Agts.
IT. O. Tai.bott. Prest. First National Bank.
Bank of Charlestown.
L. D. Getzendannek I tt i ,r ,u
Horace Beau., f Hardware Merch'ts.
PLASTERING.
TnE undersigned is prepared to do all kinds
of Plastering, and will endeavor to give
satisfaction in any line of work which lie may
contract for, whether in coarse or fine lluish.
Orders sent to Middle way. Jefferson conntv.
W. Va., will receive prompt attention. Work
done at living rates.
WM. A. McINTYRE.
August 27, 1SS9?ly.
HELLO! HELLO!
Where Are You Going?
TO
Henry Dumm's,
THE BAKER AND CONFECTIONER,
Who has now ready for your Inspection a j
Mammoth Stock of
FANCY GOODS,
consisting of TOYS of every description?
Dolls, China and Bisque Figures. Vases,
Drums, Horns. Whistles, Hobby Horses,
Wagons, Sleds, ?fec., &e.
Candies, Fruits, Nuts,j
and Cakes,
in endless variety, and at prices *as low as the
lowest. Give hiin an early call and avoid the |
rush.
OYSTEES
of the nest quality, by measure. A full supply
of standard GROCERIES always on hand. ~
December 10, 1SS9.
??nu?j |Ittl? f..rtiin???l??reb?*nina<!*at
work AjT ?i?. l.? Anna AuHiu.
ju.'., fi^nrn, Toledo, Oliio.
i-itf ca:. D:bm ired?kqc?svtit Why
iu( yt?a? 8onic rxrt> ottt #5<II).00 a
uutttlt. You ranUo ihc wort inJ lire
Ut bame. whwrg yn ?rr. Erenbe
rinner* *ro ?-*?ilr mrnioyr from f5 to
Wadar. All tic-*. W'f>hwyoQht.?r
and start r?-u. Cnn work in ?nare lim?
or all th>- ttnw*. 1:1? moMJ lor work
er*. FxHurr unkruirn ttmonjr ihfn.
NliW I'jrtinil.rifree.
TT.IIu1Iete.tr VHOl'orilanil.IWoJno
T^ALGARN keeps the best 2 for 5 Cigar in
JL/ town, and the largest variety of Tobacco,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Washington & Alexander,
Insurance Agency,
Office Gibson Building, Charlcatown.
Representing the following Companies:
Jefferson County Mutual
Fire Insurance Company.
JETNA, OF HARTFORD,
the largest and most popular Fire Insurance
Co. in America.
Aetna Life of Hartford.
Peabody. of Wheeling.
Jefferson, of Wheeling.
German, of Wheeling.
Plicenix, of Hartford.
Firo Association of Philadelphia.
Continental, of New York.
Liverpool and London and Globe, of England,
the largest foreign Company doing business in
America.
Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co.
AGENTS:
J. S. FLEMING, Shepherdstown;
C- L. BARNnART, Dnfficlds ;
JAS. W. LEAGUE. Middleway.
CHAS. H. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry.
A sworn statement of the conditions of all
Foreign Insurance Companies represented iu
this Agency will be found at the Clerk's Office,
in compliance -with State laws. All losses
promptly adjusted and paid at our office.
Special atteution given to the
Sale of Real Estate.
Rcspectfullv.
WASHINGTON & ALEXANDER.
Jan. 6. 1S91?odJanSO'SS-y. Agents.
The Jefferson County
MUTUAL
Fire Insurance Company.
Established 1S78.
R. A. ALEXANDER, Secretary.
Office, Gibson Building, Court-Houso Yard,
Charlestown.
OFFERS to the people of Jefferson Conntv
Insurance in a safe Company at the actual
cost of insurance, which is much cheaper thau
the rates osually charged, and keeps the money
at home. Good risks from responsible parties
are invited.
Executive Committee meets every Friday.
Dikectoks?Jos.Trapnell. Henry B. Daven
port, J. Garland Hurst. John W. Rider. W. H.
T. Lewis. R. Preston Chew, Win. L. Wilson,
Eugene Baker.S. W. Washington. H. L. Snyder,
Charles P. Wilson. John H. Zittle, Jacob S.
Melvin, E. G. W. ncrr, Isaac H. Strider.
JOSEPH TRAPNELL President.
H. B. DAVENPORT Treasurer.
F.xecutive Committee?J. G. Hurst, Wm.
H. T Lewis. Eugene Baker, Isaac II. Strider,
Jos. Trapuell, 8. W. Washington.
Local Agents.?Middleway?J. G. Shirlev;
Harper's Ferry?Chas. H. Trail; Shepherds
town?J. S. Fleming; Dufllelds?C. L. Barn
hart ; Charlestown?Washington & Alexauder.
April 10, 1860?odnl3,79.
WINCHESTER CARDS.
And Don't You Forget It!
THAT
JOHN VILWIG,
WINCHESTER, VA.,
Carries the largest stock aud manufactures the
greatest amount of
FURNITURE
of any establishment in the Valley of Virginia.
The latest aud most improved patterns always
on hand, aud any desired article made to order
upon the shortest notice. All articles sold or
manufactured at prices that will compete with
the lowest sold anywhere. The most competent
workmen employed, aud none but the best ma
terial used.
UNDERTAKING conducted in the very best
manner, and satisfaction always giveu in every
case.
Novcmlier 7.1882?tf.
jm. B. HAINES,
Manufacturer of Cigars,
And dealer in
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO,
SNUFF, PIPES, AC.
Main St.,opposite "Wiu. Jenkins'store anil saloon
WINCHESTER, VA.
October 3. 18S3.
Taylor House,
WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA.
JOHN R. GROVE Sc CO..
April 21. 1S01. Proprietors.
NOTICE !
Furniture Repair Shop Removed.
rpHE undersigned has removed his Furniture
JL Repair Shop to his residence on Congress
street, near Gcor?re. Charlestown. where he In
tends to Repair ail kinds of Furniture, ks here
tofore?Mattresses, Sofas, and Spring-Seat
Chairs Re-Upholstered in the very bcst~etyle.
Persons wanting work of this kind done at
their Residences will give him notice, and he
will be right there. Jue will also do small jobs
of Carpenter Work, and will be glad to see all
his old customers.
If persons having Household Furnitnre to
dispose of will send it to me, I will sell It for
thein. on a vcrv low Commission.
April 10.1 T. G. RUST.
Deodorized Gasolene, for on stoves,
for sale by HENRY DUMM.
June 30. 1891.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
I>ikdex, Warren Co., To., Juno 22,1889.
Dr. B. J. Kksdxll Co.:
Dear Sirs?I must say that I onco tried a bottlo
of your Kendall's Spavin Cure on a three-year-old
colt, and It entirely removed a bono spavin and
I did not use all the bottle In removing It. Tho
horse Is six or seven years old. very sound, and bos
done hard work all of tho time.
. Respectfully yours, E. Kingston Salisbury.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
_ Columbia, Ala., July 31,1889.
En. B. J. Kkxdall Co. :
Gents?I have effectually removed one case of
bone spavin with your Kendall's Spavin Cure.
1 cheerfully recommend It to alb
Bcspcctfally, R. C. KnanT. ^
' Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. Alldrug
gists have It or can get it for you, or It will be sent
to any address ou receipt of price by tho proprie
tors*
DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.,
Enosburgh Falls, Vermont
August 4. 1S91?ly.
Tho Most Successful Remedy ever dlsoov
cred, as it is certain in Its effects and docs not
blister. Bead proof below:
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
bhebwood, h?jl, Hay 2, *90.
Dr. B. J. Kendall Co.:
Gents?About threo years ago I wrote to yon
about a horse I owned who had a Spavin. I used
six bottles of your Kendall's Spavin Cure, and it
made a complete Cure. I have recommended it to
others who nave used it with like success.
Has. Assoc 12. Kuullxox.
rTUtY DALGARN'3 Home-Made Laundry
JL Soap.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
N-g-W NorfolkiWestemlUL
Schedule in effect August 30, 1891.
Leave Charlestown, W. Va.
SOUTHBOUND.
No. 1. " No. S. No. 27.
1.06 A. M. 8.25 A. M. 5-27 F- M*
| NORTHBOUND.
No. 2. No. 4. No. 38.
7.00 A. M. 8.53 P. M. 0 20 A. II.
No. 1?For Roanoke, Radford. Pulaski. Bris
tol, KnoxvUlo, Chattanooga ^oul? ?
Also for Blnefield, Pocahontas, Elkhorn and all
points on Ciiuch Valley Division. AUo for
Louisville aud Cincinnati aud all points on L.
& N. R. R.?Via Nortou.
Pnlluian Sleepers to New Orleans and Mem
' phis via Bristol; also Pullman Sleepers Ro
anoke to Louisville via Nortou.
? No. 8?For Roanoke, Radford, Pulaski, Bris
tol and Chattauooga. Connects at Radford for
Blucfield. i
Pullman Sleeper to Memphis via Bristol.
No 27 For Shenandoah and Intermediate
Stations. No connection beyond Shenandoah.
No. 2?For Washington, (via Shenandoah
Junction) Hagerstowu, Harrisburg and New
York. j
Pullman Sleeper to Washington?also to j
Philadelphia and New York.
No. 4?For Hagerstowu, Harrisburg. Phil
adelphia and New York. Puimian Sleeper to
New York.
No. 23?For Washington, (via Shenandoah
Juuetiou) Hagerstowu, Harrisburg, lhila
delplila and New York.
North Carolina Division.?L??? jf"
laski 7.00 A. M. Daily for Ivanhoe aud 3.80 r.
M. Daily for I van hoe and Gossan, and 8.uu A.
j M. Daily except Sunday for Betty Baker.
I For tickets, time cards and all information,
call on Agent Norfolk & Westeru R. R.
W. B. BEVILL,
Gen. Fass. Agt.. Roanoko, Va.
September 8,1891. _
Cumberland Valley R. R?
Time Table in effcct Sept. 1,1891.
DOWN Cbg lfgn Fust Day EVg N'gt
TRAINS. Ace Acc Mail Exp Mail Exp
Leave A.M. A.M. A.M. l'.M. J* *'- ' \ \S
Winch ester. 7-00 3.40 7.35
Hagerstowu 7.00 8^40 12.01 4.20 10.00
Oreencastle. 7.24 9.03 U.SS 4.47 10.JO
Mnrlon 12.80 4.5 <
Chatilbcrab'g 0.85 7.47 9.80 18.66 ft. IS 10.45
i ShlppenBb'g. 7.00 8.0(1 0.58 1.18 5.40 11,00
Newville . 7.18 8.28 10.18 1.40 li.00 11.28
CarliVlo 7.40 8.41 10.84 S.08 <1.25 11.41
Mechanicsbg8.04 0.01 10.55 2.38 0.50 12.01
9.20 11.15 3.50 ?.W1M0
lArN^wYOTk-iw'-lw ?? 0.8 ^ 7.|
Baltimore.. 13.00 12.00 MO M5 10.40 0.30
The Fast Mall and Nlglit Express East will
run dally between Harrisburg and Hagerstowu.
and Evening Mail uud Morning Mall dally be
tween Harrisburg aud Chambersburg.
UP Mes Mail Acc Ev'g Cbg N.O.
TR\INS Evu T'rn Mail Acc. Exp.
Leave I' M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.Sl
Baltimore.. 11.80 4.50 11.10 11.55 8.85 5.83
New York. 8.00 13.15 0.30 0.00 11.00 4 00
Phnad*lphlall.25 4.80 8.50 11.40 3.44 0.25
Harrisburg. 5.40 8.30 12.80 4.00 0.30 0.40
nillfilmrir 7.80 10.15 0. Ill
MechanPcsi.g6.00 8.55 12.50 4.S8 0.44 9 57
I'nrllsle 0.20 t'.'.O 1.15 4.50 7.0b 10.17
NewvlMe.V.: 6.40 0.44 1.83 5.15 7.88 10.87
t-i.l.jneneb'ir 7.00 10.05 2.00 5.:'.S 7.:>2 10.51
Chambersljg 7.20 10.80 2 25 0.0. 8.15 11.15
M iirl mi ??.?< t>. 17
Grcencnstle. 7.42 10.51 2.47 0.33 IVrr
Hagerstowu 8.35 11.20 3.18 <.00 11.55
Martiusbnrg 9.10 12.05 7.4b
Winchester. 10.00 I- .m p j( p-'M> p >| pM
Memphis Express and New Orleans Express
run dally between Ilarrisbnrg and Hagcrstown
and Morning Mail doily between Harrisburg
and Chambersburg. ,, , , ,.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars l?;tween Ha
gerstowu and New York on Morning Mail und
Night Express eaBt and on Memphis Express
and New Orleans Express west.
Pullman Sleeping Carson Night Expressnnd
New Orleans Express between I biladelphla
and New Orleans.
Through coaches to and from Philadelphia
on Fast Mall aud Day Express east, and Ac
commodation aud N. O. Express west.
Connection for all stations on Cumberland
Valley Railroad and Pennsylvania Inroad
system. ... ?*? *? BOYD, oupt.
Sentember 8. 1801.
A pamphlet of information and ab-,
V itract of tho laws. Showing How to/
(^Obtain Pntcnta, Caveat*. Tradn/A
it. Marks, Coprriuhta, sent fret./M
middr? MUNN * CO.jU
j)DK^3Gl Broadway,
lff?w Yprk.JJ&ggb.
Contractors and Builders,
CARPENTERS,
MERCHANTS, FARMERS,
EVERYBODY,
r(TENDING TO BUII.D OR REMODEL
CAN save time and money by leaving or
Bending their orders for
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS,
BRACKETS, CORNICE, FENCING.
CEILINGS, PALINGS, FLOOR
ING, MOULDINGS, MAN
TELS, &C.,
DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER
OF ALL KINDS. &C., TO THE
CHAR LEKTOWN
Steam Saw and Hatting Mill.
tSf Satisfaction will be given as to prices
and quality of work.
TERMS, REASONABLE.
Wit PHILLIPS A SONS.
April 13. 1831.
CEO. T. LIGHT,
DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines,
PAINTS,
SCTIOOL BOOKS. STATIONERY. TOBAC
COE3. CIGARS, AC.,
T\KES this opportunity of thanking his pa
trons for their most liberal patronage for
the last year, and hope* by strict attention and
fair dealing to merit a continuance of tboeanie.
I sell first rate goouA always.; do not sell coun>
tc-rfeit or cheap goods for the test. Warrant every
thing sold?to be retnrncd if not as guaranteed.
It is ray desire, aud also pleasure, to sell iny
patrons
THE BEST QUALITY OF GOODS
always, but will, if compelled, sell tbein Laud
anntn for 6 eta.. Syrup for 3 cts. and Cologne
for 25 cts. per pint; but at the same time, let
me inform you. that according to the United
States Pharmacopcn. you can't make Laud
anum for less than 10 eta. by the wholesale* A
much cheaper plan is to buy your goods gen
uine, and add the teater yourself.
CIGARS?best in town. #/i?m
March 2.1880. GEO. T. LIGHT.
Mantua-Making.
MRS. J. O. TUTWILEK is prepared to un
dertake Mantua-Making and all kinds of
Family Sewing, at reasonable rates. I?c.*idence
jn Samuel street, near the Baptist Church.
April 28. 1S81?tf
THAVE 16 Thin Shoats to sell ; also 10 Pigs.
Come and see me: C. F. WALL.
I WILL hare, the latter part of this week, a
load of good youuir Stock Eves for sale.
August 85, 1*01. C. F. WALL,
January 20. 1S01.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
Schedule in offcct May lOib, 1801.
NORTHWARD.
41S* 416* 420* 444*
Lcavo Mail. Exp. Acc. Mx'd.
Lexington.. 5 SOain 11 00am 12 50pm C
Stauuton... 71? 12 45pm 4 45
Harrisonb'g S 26 1 49 7 35
New Market 9 09 2 35 8 41
Mt. Jackson 9 27 2 53 910
Woodstock. 9 56 8 23 10 01
Strasbunr... 10 25 8 54 10 55
Capon Road 10 88 4 03 11 19
Winchester. 11 19 4 53 r? 10am 12 40am
Stephenson. 11 29 5 02 019 13 56
Charlesto n 12 06pm 5 89 6 56 2 03 H
Ar. liar. F'y 13 29 0 03 7 IS 2 43
Washington 2 40 8 25 9 35
Baltimore.. 8 85 9 30 10 85
Phiisnelpha 6 15 13 04am 12 19pm
New York.. 8 38 8 53 3 00pm
Additional mixed trains Northward pass
Charlestowu at 3 86 and 7 07 P. M., arrive at
Harper's Ferry 4 45 and 883 P. M.
On Sunday mixed train leaves Charlcstown
Northward at 9.50 P. M.. arriving at Harper's
Ferry at 10.80 P. M.
SOUTHWARD.
418* 417* 419* 448f
Leave Exp. Mail. Acc. Mx'd.
New York.. 13 15ugt.
Philadelpha 815am
Wihniugton 8 47
Baltimore.. 4 10am 9 80 4 30pm
Washington 10 40 5 80
narper'sF'y 8 00 115pm 7 45 3 40am
Charlest'wn 8 34 1 88 8 Oii 8 19
Stepheuson. 9 03 3 15 8 50 4 26
Winchester. 9 13 3 25 9 00 4 44
Capon Road 9 58 811 5 59
Strasburg,. 10 07 8 19 6 10
Woodstock. 10 44 3 44 7 08
Mt-Jackson 11 15 4 27 7 54
Now Market 11 88 4 45 8 20
I Harrisonb'g 13 24pm 5 83 9 88
! Staunton... 1 S6 6 40 12 15pm
j Lexlugton.. S25 8 84
Additional mixed trains Southward pass
! Charleston n at 8.14 A. M. and 3 25 P. M., ar
riving at Harrisonburg 6 13 aud 11 88 P. M.
Ou Sunday mixed train leaves Charlest?wn
Southward at 8.43' A. M., arriving at Harrisou
j burg 8 00 P. M.
?Daily except Sunday.
CONNECTIONS.
Train No. 418 connects at Harper's Ferry
with Limited Express, arriving at Columbus
3 50 and Chicago 11 35 next morning.
Train No. 416 connects at Harper's Ferry
with Pittsburg and Chicago Express, arriving
at CounellsvUlo 4 35 and Pittsburg 6 20 next
morning. Columbus 1 80 P. M., and Chicago
9 80 P. M.
Traiu No. 417 has Day Coaches and Pullman 4
Sleeper New York to Washington, Day Coaclu-s
Baltimore and Washington to Lexington. Pull
man Buffet Parlor Cars Balto, to Staunton. New
York passengers change at Washington ; Phll
adelplila passengers change at Harper's Ferry.
! Train No. 419 nas Day Coaches aud Pulluiun
Parlor Cars New York to Baltimore, und
I Through Coaches Baltimore to Wiuchester via
the Old Liuc. jg|
Traiu No. 420 has Through Coaehes Win-^J
Chester to Baltimore via the Old Llue. and Day
i Coaches and Pullmuu Parlor Cars Baltimore to
! New York.
Train No. 418 has Day Coaches Lexlugton to
Washington aud Baltimore, Pullman Buffet
Parlor Cars Staunton to Baltimore, and Day
Coaches and Pallman Parlor Cars Washington
l to New York.
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars from Har
per's Ferry on all Western Express Trains.
I Excursion Tickets will be sold parties of
ten or more between all ticket stations on the
Valley Division?Good for two days.
} For rates, tickets, baggage checks, apply to
any office of the B. ?fc O. R. R.f or to C. E.
Dudrow, Traveling Passenger Agent, Winche
ter, Virginia.
1 J. T. ODELL, General Manager.
CHAS. O. SCULL, Geu'l Pass. Agt.
July 14, 1891.
Western Maryland R. R.
CONNECTING WITH
II. <fc P. R. R. at Shlpncnsburg, Shenandoah
Valley and B. ?fe O. Railroads at. ITagcrs
town; Pcunu. R. R. at. Frederick .Junc
tion, und P. W. tfe B., N. C. and B.
P. Railroads at Union Station,
Baltimore, Md.
MAIN LINE AND CONNECTIONS:
Schedule taking effect July IS, 1801.
Stntlons. A. M. P. M. P. M.
Lo. Williamsport 7 15 i so ?
Hagerstown 7 S3 1 45 4 DO
CUowaville 7 45 3 01
Smithshnrg 7 .VJ 3 10 4 87
Edgemont 8 03 3 30
lllin! Mountain 8 08 3 37 4 40
Pen-Mar 8 10 3 80 4 48
Buena Vista Sp 8 14 3 84 4 51
High field 8 17 387
I.e. Fairfield 8 48 8 07
Orrtannn 8 58 8 17 tfh
Gettysburg 0 18 8 87 V
Ar. Hanover 0 58 4 38
Lo. Hlirhfleld 8 17 3 87
Hlue Ridge 8 18 3 89 4 56
Mechanics town 8 44 8 11 5 111
Rocky Rldgo 8 55 8 34
Frederick Junction.... 9 07 8 8!) 5 87
Union Bridge 9 1(1 8 51 5 41
I.lnwood 9 30 8 .VI
New Windsor 9 30 4 08 5 53ft
Westminster 9 48 4 37 "OOtV
Olyndon 10 33 SOT 088
Glytidon..
Arlington.
10 50 5 47
Ar. Baltimore 11 10 0 14 7 18
" Washington 1 43 8 15 8 35
" Philadelphia 3 30 9 55
" New York 4 CO 13 30
P. M. A. M P. M.
Stations. P. M. A. M. A. M.
I.e. New York 9 00 13 15 10 10
Philiidelphia 13 08 8 50 13 85
Washington 6 85 2 10
A. M. A. M. P. M.
Le. Baltimore '4 10 8 05 4 00
Arlington 8 39 4 38
Olyndon 4 50 9 05 5 01
Westminster 5 30 9 50 5 44
New Windsor 6 83 10 08 0 03
I.inwood 10 '8 0 07
Union Bridge 5 40 10 30 0 13
Frederick Junction.... 5 47 10 38 0 33
Koeky Ridge 10 40 0 80
Mcchanicstowu 0 03 10 53 0 47
Blue Kidgc 0 80 1131 7 15
Ar.Hlghfleld 081 11 38 7 30
Le. llanorer 9 84 5 89
Gettysburg +5 80 10 33 0 30
Orrtanna +5 47 10 41 087
T?!
Fairfield +5 88 11 25 7 17
Highfleld 0 81 11 28 7 20
iiueuu Vista 8p 6 88 1180 7 33
Pen-Mar 1183 7 34
Blue Mountain 0 87 11 85 7 20
Edgemont 0 43 11 45 7 85
Smitlisbnrg 1151 7 41
Chewsvllle 1150 7.V)
Hagerstown 7 12 13 15 8 05
Ar. Williamsport 12 80 8 30
A. M. P. M. P. M.
Between Williamsport, Shippcnsburg and In
tcrincdiatc Points. 1}
A. M. A. M. P. M.^
Le. Williamsport 5 55 10 65 0 45
" Hagerstown ... 0 10 11 10 700
" Smitbstmrg G 84 11 83 7 24
Ar. Edgeuiont 0 43 11 45 7 25
P. M.
" Waynesboro 7 02 12 03 7 53
?* Charubcrsburg.... 7 43 12 40 8 83
"Bhippensburg 810 111 9 00
AMP M. Y )!,
Le. Slilppensbnrg 0 83 13 50 3 53
" Chambcrsburg.... 7 02 1 23 4 35
" Waynesboro 7 37 1 58 5 00
?' Edgemont 7 55 2 15 5 17
Ar. Smithsburg 808 220 5 20
" Hagerstown 8 33 2 50 5 50
" Williamsport 8 47 3 05 0 35
Blue Mountain Express leaves Baltimore at
3.30 P. M.. Stopping at Westminster. New
Windsor, Union Bridge, Frederick Junctloo,
Bine Kidgc, Buena Vista. Blu<; Mountain, ar
riving at Hagerstown 0.15 P. M. Returning
leave Hagerstown 0.45 A. M., stopping at abovo
named stations, also at Mechanlcstown.
Leave Williamsport lor Hagerstown, 5.55,
7.15, 10.50 A. M.. and 1.80 and 6.45 P. M.
Leave Hagerstown lor Williamiport, 8.82 A.
M.. and 3.50, 0.30 and 8.05 P. M.
l.eave Rocky Ridge for EmmiUburg, 10.40
A. M., and 3.35 and 6.30 P. M. Arrive at Em
inlubnrg 11.10 A. M., and 4.55 and 7.00 P. M.
Leave Emmitsburg for Rocky Ridge, 8.20 A.
M., and 2.45 and 5.45 P. M. Arrive at Rocky
Ridge 8.50 A. M. and 8.15 and 0.15 P. M.
Leave Frederick Junction for Frederick,
8.00 and 10.30 A. M? and 5.02 P. M.
Leave Frederick Junction for Tancytown,
Littles town, York, Columbia and WrlgbUville.
9.58 A. M. and 7 87 P. M.
H. A P. IS. K. Train* leave Fhlppenibnrg
6.05 and 9.45 A. M., and 2.00 and 0.15 P. M.;
arrive at Bhippensburg 8.45 and 11.05 A. M..
and 3.45 and 9.45 P. M. daily except Snuday.
?Daily. {.Mondays only. Ail others Daily
except Sunday.
t> rr OenT Manager.
B. H. GRISWOLD, Gcn'l Pass. Agent.
July 28, 1891. *
8. 8. DALCARN
baa Just received a
Complete Line of Shoes,
for Ladies, G#>nt? and Children, for the Spring
and Summer trade. Call and examine bUj^
stock and you will bo convinced tbat it Is good^r
and aa low aa tbe lowest In price.
March 10, 1801,

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