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POETICAL.
Another Engagement.
8Uo whs rosy and plquaut and slender;
Her beauty was wiuo to my heart
As alio leaned o'er the banisters dreaming,
Whllo watching the last guest* depart.
Iler roses were wilted and fragrant,
And under ber sortie-du-bal
Her shoulders gleamed white 'mid their lacea
In the solf mellow*ligbt of the hall.
Her soft eyes grew wistful and tender,
And suddenly trembled* a tear
On her drooped lashes; purely it glistened,
And I kissed her?the ravishing dear!
Oh! jou needn't look quite so astounded,
I'm entitled to tUat sort of thing,
For she gave meJier heart there that instant,
And that tear I've had 6ot in a ring.
Jurcaxt.
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Best Authorities,
Such as Dr. Dio Lewis, Prof, Gross and others
agree that catarrh i6 uot a local but a consti
tutional disease. It therefore requires a con
stitutional remedy like Hood's barsaparilla,
which effectually and permanently cures ca
tarrh. Thousands praise it.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice, bilious
ness. sick headache, constipation and all trou
bles of the digestive organs.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A. J.. Andekson.] [Geo. Vf. Anderson.
A. L. Anderson & Co.,
"West Virginia
CARRIAGE WORKS,
MIDDLEWAY, JEFFERSON CO., W. VA.
THE undersigned have been established in
the Carriage Business 011 the Middle way
and Shepherdstown turnpike, one inile north of
Middleway, for four years past, and during that
time have been doing a.large and eonstauily in
creasing business In thennanufacturc of
CARRIAGES, JUMP-SEATS, END
SPRING & SIDE-BAR BUGGIES,
JENNY LINDS, PIIiETONS,
JAGGERS, &C.
Our work has been sold all through Jefferson
and adjoining counties, and has always given
satisfaction in 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 thau first-class work
can be done for elsewhere.
If parties wish to consult us in regard to work,
and uo uot find it convenient to visit our fac
tory. we will, if notified by postal card, seud a
representative of the firm to visit them at their
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-Hand
Carriages, Buggies, <fec., which we sell verv low.
A. L. ANDERSON & CO.
May 0. 1832?y.
1892.
Harper's Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
The Mazazine will celebrate the fonrth Cen
tenary of the Discovery of America by its re
discovery. through articles giving u more thor
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of the Recent Unprecedented Development of
our Country, and especially in the Great West.
Particular attention will also be given to Dra
matic Episodes of American Hiatorv.
The Field of the Next European War will be
described in a series of Papers on the Danube
"From the Black Forest to the Black Sea." by
Poultney Bigelow and F. D. Millet, illns
trate'd by Mr. Millet and Alfred Parsons. Ar
ticles aUo will be given on the German. Aus
trian and Italian Armies, illustrated by T. de
Thulstruu.
Mr. \V. D. IIownLLg will contribute a new
novel, "A World of Chance," characteristically
American. Especial prominence will be given
to Short Stories, which will be contributed by
T. A. Aldricii, R. H. Davis. A. Con an
Doyle, Margaret Delano, Miss Woolson
and other popular writers.
Among the literary features will be Pergonal
Reminiscences of Nathaniel Hawthorne, by his
college class-mate and Hfe-lonir friend, Hora
tio Buioge. and a Personal Memoir of the
Browujugs, by Anne Tiiackekay Ritchie.
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When no time is specified, subscriptions will
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receipt of order. Hound Volumes of Hau
ler's Magazine for three years back, in neat
cloth binding, will be 6cnt"by mail, post-paid,
on receipt of $3 per volume. Cloth Cases, for
binding, 50 cents each?by mail, post-paid.
Remittances should bo made by Post-Oflice
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chanee of lose.
Aelospapers arc not to copy this adccrtisenicnt
wiUtout the express order of Hahpjsu cfc Bugs.
Address: HARPER & BROTHERS,
Nov. 17. 1801. New York.
Peterson's Magazine.
Devoted to
jLiterature f Fashion, the Household.
ENLARGED AND HANDSOMELY
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IT AIMS to entertain, instruct, and help the
ladies particularly, and the household gen
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ITS STORIES are from the pens of some of
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ITS MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES are in
ctroctive and helpful, and include all matters of
general interest to women, from the furnishing
of a room to the making of a dress or bonnet.
ITS FASHION DEPARTMENT gives the
newest and most stylish designs from the
Fashion Centres of Paris, Loudon and New
York, with full directions, and with a fcj.l
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ITS PATTERNS for fancy and needle work,
painting, etc., are numerous and novel, and
are a popular feature of the Magazine.
ITS VALUABLE ARTICLES on Gardening.
Housekeeping, the Kitchen. Care of the Sick,
etc.. are by competent writers.
TERMS $2.00 PER YEAR,
With large reductions when taken in clubs,
and a large variety of choice premiums to
those who get up clubs. Sample copy, with
full particulars, to those desiring to get us
clubs. Address
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE.
300 Chestnut Ssrect, Philadelphia, Pa.
November 17. 1891.
November 10. 1891?5teow.
J7*RUIT Cans?we still have a lot on hand,
our own make. EASTERDAY Sc CO.
LOTS, situated in best part of Charles
town, for sale. Applv to
EASTERDAY <fc CO.,
Oc.1ol?cr 0. 1891. South Charles St.
I WILL have, the latter part of this week, a
load of good young Stock Eves for saje.
August25. 1891. C. F. WALL.
2 FRESH Cows. calvc6 by their sides, good
wilkm for $00. C. F. WAJ-L.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Morning!
You Are Hoarse!
Lightning Cough Drops
arc something new In the way of a throat and lunc balsam, are safe, certain and
prompt In tlieir action, and arc a sure cure forCUOUl'. Phicb, 25 and 60 cents x
Mottle.
Lightning Vegetable Liver Pills |
are a Etire cure for Rick Headache, Biliousness. Costlveness, riles and Inactivity of th?,?
Liver. 25 cents A Box. Sugar Coated. One pill a dose. Dou't gripe or make you slck^
Lightning Kafl Drops i
A panacea for external and Internal use. For Kheumatlsm, Neuralgia, Diphtheria r
Hr.re Throat, SprolJlS, Bruises, Lameness, Burns, Cramps. Colic and all painful alfcc
tions. A sure cure for Diarrhea, Hummer Complalut aud Flux. 25 and 50 cents I'Eii
Bottle.
iCecp them in tko House, tlioy will oft on Save Doctor Bills.
"" o relief after usinjr two-thirds the contents of a bottle of these medicines return
(1 ?!!?? ? hird to the dealer from whom you bought It and he will refund the price
.p; jre l.ottle.
Fcr Sale by all Druggists and Outers in Medicine. Prepared by
HEB8 IVSEESiCINE CO.,
Weston, W. Va.
For Sale by ~J>. H. Hughes, Charles Town.
W. F.&T. P. Lippitt
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
DEALER IN
L/wmhew^ SWardwuve
of all kinds. Plans and Estimates fnrnished Free of Cost to Customers. All orders for Work
and Materials filled promptly.
STORE AND YARD, Corner George Liberty Ste.
FACTORY AND YARD, George St. aud B. & O. R. R.
October 21. 1890.
SHENANDOAH BRASS & IRON WORKS,
Cliar'les Town, W. "V"a.,
Manufacturers of
BEASS ^JSTID IRON GOODS
FOR
PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FiTTERS,
and dealers in
Wrought Iron Pipe, Supplies, &c.
GvTTho attention of all u?crs of this class of goods in the Shenandoah Valley is especially
called to the above, for not only will the goods be sold at the lowept WHOLESALE rates, but
the great Having in freight over purchasing In far off markets, should be carefully considered.
BRASS CASTINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
April 14. 1891?ly. j
Tiicbo off era ar? man* to uectire early uroms iroin alt wu., i
luvuChuicc Uom'h. A trial will convinceyou tbat our Ito et>
"can't bo beat.** Thei^ are tho bent <if!?*r* e\cr umde b;'
any ie Urand Itosc* Cfl to include 0<nibi.
one. I by mail for I a best red. />i h tmrr, bet>l
pink. Brery 1'fu.nt a (>etn. well grown with strong rootb
_ will bloom all ISuromor, and Rive lot* of floivera; or I will
AT WHOLESALE, fr too @h?KK?byaprwtfod; ?6.00.
These plants nre Mure to plense 70a. Directions for culture witli even order. Safe
arrival guaranteed. A rare chance. Don't miaa it. Hanipleftoae, with C'ntnfoffuCt I Or.
Order Noxv. WJI.B.KKED* C;barabcrsbura Nureerie*, ChamberiibuK. Pa.
Chichester's Ehmuw, Red Crow Diamond Brand
rtHiemoxiui * r\\i\is
THK ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. The only Baft, Ban,aad rtunbu Pill fbr a*le.
Lad lea, aik Dra*rlal tor CMrtwlifi bn?u*\ lhnm/nd Brand ia Rod and Gold m Mall la
bo*e? Mated with bina rlbboe. Takeao ether kind.
. B?j\ue substitution* end imitation*. V 2;
All pili? ta pasteboard boxoa, plak wiaayaaa. ara dujreroai MnaUrfclta. At Druggist*, or vend na "
tor pantoalare, tmlmmiili, ud "WOlef for.Ladle*." in Utter, by ret are tfaU. I
10,000.T ?diaqn 1 *1?. Xmm JVpar. CHICHUter CHEMICAL Co., MndU-n Hquare, &
1V.VUV TIMI1IOBUU. J
MdkiaUL??l]
GEO. C. THOMAS,
Phrenix Carriage Works,
Berryville, Clarke County, Va.
rHAVE for years built a large variety of va
riouB styles of CARRIAGE^ and WAGONS;
they have been in use among our people, and
have given satisfaction in every instance as far
as I have been able to ascertain. Through this
experience I have learned what vehicles suit the
people best, and what are best adapted to their
wants. I manufacture a handsome wagon
known as the
Whitney Side-Bar Spring
very neat and stylish in appearance, and a very
pleasant riding wagon. Also all styles and pat
terns of Carriages, Buggies, .Taggers, .Tenuy
Liiuls and Pbastons. I keep on hand a large
stock, but am prepared to till orders at short
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.
Rrpaijiing a Speciai.tt.
1 have established a Carriage Repository at
Upperville, Fauquier county. Persons desir
.ng vehicles at the above place, during 1113' ab
sence can leave their orders with W. Richard
son. druggist.
Thankful for the libcrul patronage extended
to me from Clarke, Jefferson and adjoining
counties, I respectfully ask a continuance of the
*ame. GEO. C. THOMAS.
February 1881.
Wood Work Shop.
THE undersigned has taken the new shop over
the Machine fc?hops of Mr. M. Scott Wel
ler, on Liberty st. hear Charles, and will con
duct a general Wagon and Cabinet Making
Busiuchs. in fact will do most any kind of wood
work, at short notice and upon reasonable
terms. Satisfaction promised, and a liberal
share of the public patronair? respectfully so
licited. JOSEPH O. MOORE.
August 11, 1801.
I and Whlakay Habits
8 cured at home with
1 out pain. Book of par
ticulars sent FRKE.
? H.M.WOOLLEY.M.D.
officcWhitehallSU
"ANAEESIS " Rives instant
relief and is an infallible
Car* for Piles. Price $1. By
Druggists or mull. Sample?
free. Address'VAN A KESfS,"
Box ^410, Hew York City.
PRICE ~ _
Jr. Heera's
rfOLACREAM
THIS preparation, with
C?/,/?^r35? ' injury, removes
out, FrecMes, Liver-Moles,
Pimples, liUick-Iicad), Sunburn
and. Tun. A few applications will ren
der tho most stubbornly red akin soft,
smooth and wliit?. Viola. Crenm is
uot h paint or j>owder to cover defects,
but a remedy to cure. It is superior to
ill other preparations, and is guaranteed
oj-'ivo satisfaction. At dnifrgisttiormail
0 for OO cents. Prepared by
leito, Ohio. C. C. lim'NEB A CO.
March 8, 189K_
, A YI!A IK J I miilritiik* to liriefljr
i any fall ly io'tlli* .-ut |'TMH of either
wha Nit read and writ*.and h|i?,
r liittrurtion.wlll work Imluitrloui'.jr,
_ r to ram Three Tlioutind Dollar* t
Tear in their own Inraliiiea.whrrRvaribey live.I trill alio futn'.th
tbe aituuthn orruip!uyinrn(.at whit h j?unn ram that amumt.
No tnonrv for trie tmlrii ?ui rrnfu! a? ?to??. I'a.ilyatit! quirklr
Inrscl. I drilrc hut one worker from c.tth dUtrirt or county. I
havo already taught and provided with employment a lorro
auntirr, ulto or? wakinpo*er#l(MKl a ??r?rli. It iN'KlV
iud SO V.I 1>. n.? r-rticuinr. FMtlZK. AilJrui at vuet,
E, AMiK.N. Xfiox iSO, JUuiuc,
ueoetnbcr 0. 1800.?ly.
SEXTON'S Fire Place Heaters take the cake
These flraud Heaters cannot be beat. For
tale only liv EASTEHDAY & CO.
CXOAL Uods, Coal Sliqvels aud Stove Boards
J for sale bv EASTEHDAY & CO.
STOVE Polish, the best In the world, for sale
tiy EASTEHDAY .fc CO..
Nov. 10, 1891. South Charles St.
$300011
COACH FACTORY,
Scientific American
Agency for
TRADE MARKS.
DESIGN PATENTS
COPYRIGHTS, eto.
SP J1*? Handbook writ? to
a*unn & co_ 861 Broadway, Niw York.
Oldest bureau for securing patents in America.
Kvery patent taken out byosli brought before
the public by a notice given free of charge in the
Scientific
world.
?frag tearwssass
__wahc_
Xe?;?Lfi01x
December 1, 181)1.
way. New York.
LIVERY, &C.
THE undersigned having purchased the old
established Coach Factory of the late Weils
J. Hawks, in Charlestown, with the view of en
tering into the
Carriage Business,
in all its branches, offers for sale a large nuin
! cr 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.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS done with neat
ness and dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Horses and Carriages
FOR HIRE.
In connection with the above I will continu2
the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to
furnish Carriages, Buggies and Joggers 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 busiuees of Undertaking.
Being si nractical mechanic nnd determined
to give satisfaction, I respectfully solicit a share
of public patronage.
May 15, 1877. LEWIS STARRY.
DEODORIZED Gasolene, for OH Stoves,
for sale by 11ENRY DUMM.
June 30, 1891.
We will have an elegant assortment of
HEATING STOVES
this fall, for Wood or Coal.
Easterday &? Co.
September 15. 1891.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Thos. C. Eakkskaw.] [B. Fkjlkic Dootrrr.
EARNSHAW & DOOLEY,
(Hilbcrt's Building, Main Street,)
CHARLE3TOWN. "VV. VA.,
Dealers in
COOKING STOVES, RANGES, BASE
BURNING AND HEATING STOVES
of all kinds, and Manufacturers of
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON
WARE.
Special Attention given to
Roofing: and Spouting.
All Kinds of Kepairing promptly done.
HAVING purchased the stock of Machinery.
Tools and Stoves of Messrs. Duke ?fc Gal
laher. we will continue the Tin and Stove bus
iness in all its various branches. We will keep
on hand a 5ull etock of tinware of our own
manufacture, and will make to order promptly,
any article in our line. Bein^ both practical'
tinners, the senior having served 17 years at the I
business, is a guarantee that work entrusted to'
us will be properly executed. We guarantee
all work at lowest prices, and ask a share of
the public patronaere.
E'ARNSHAW ?fe DOOLEY.
February 20, 18S3. ^
BEST 2W THE WORLD.
Its wearing Qualities aro unsurpassed, actually
cut last in 7 two boxes of any other brand. I*o&
Cifected by beat. PTG?T XliC GEM'ISE.
FOR 8ALEEY DEALERS GENERALLY. lyr>
1
s>i. Vil?s Daacc Cored I VIII.
Ba;j Akdi'.eas, Cal., February, 18S9.
My boy, 13 years eld, was go affected by St.
Vitas Dance that bo could not go to school for
two years. Two bottl'-s of Pastor Hocnitf'e Nerve
Tonic restored hid heaitn, and he is v.o% attend
ing school a^tiin. MICHAEL O'COS KKL.
13/xtimcbe, June, 1600.
I used Pastor Kocnfg's Nerve Tonic for nerv
ous Iron Me caused by overwork, and found it
all tbnt It Is claimed to be. After using one bot
tle It bad tho desired effect, at:d I can truly rec
ommend it io all suffering a like complaint, as a
really wonderful remedy. BAM J* THREW.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 19, 'GO.
For seven yearo toy eldest dau&?it?<r bad faint
ing spells and spas ms. Lost June she took the
first of Pastor Koenfcgs Nerve Tonic, and since
that time they Lave Mtirely ceased.
FREE
JOHN GLOECKNEB.
??A Valuable Book on Nervous
l)i*oa*es sent free to any address,
and poor patients can also obtain
this medicine free of ciiarxe.
This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend
Pastor Koeni.7, of Fort Wayne, Ind., pi nee 1S7C, and
Is now prepared under his direction by the
KCENfiC MED. CO.. Chicago, EtSo
Sold by Druggists at ?l per Eotl le. G for SS
larfo Size, KX.1 ?>. G 33o1 tlc-s for 80.
JEtSSi
Blck Ueadachc and relieve all tho troubles iacT
flent to a bilious state of tho system, cuch vj?
JDizzine.~3, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after
eating. Pain in the Bide, ic. While their masS
remarkable succcss has been shown in ciuisg
Hcaflacho, yet Carter's Little Liver TIUs are
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pro
Tenting this annoying complaint, whilo tlioyala?
correct all disorders of tboMtom&ch^stimulato th-3
liver and regulate the bowels. -Even if they onl^
cured
(Acbsthoy would boalmcstpricelcaato thoso wliO
Buiibr from this distressing comi>laint; but f ortu
Hatoly their goodnestt does no tend horo.au d those
Who once try them will find these littlo pillsvolu
itble in so many ways that they will not bo wil
ling to do without them. But after allsick hea4
(Sa the bane of bo many lives that here Js wherra
i vro m alto our great boast. Our pills euro it while
?thcrs do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small and
very easy to taho. Ono or two pills make a dose.
They are Btrieily vegetable and do not gripo or
pur^o, but by their gentle action please all who
use them. In vials at 25 cents; five for $1. Sold
l>y druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER KiECICINE CO., Now York.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
September 29.1891?ly.
5 and Tnmori ClJltED ? no knife:
P?hookfrp?. l?ra.ORATif:KY ?Korx:s
? No. 163 Elia street, Cincinnati. O
NES8 A HEAD HOfS?S CURESby
Peck's INVISIBLE TUBULAR EAt
CUSHiOKS. Whispers hoard. Coat'
fertebt*. Sne-onsftilwbo-r.ll Ue-iT.pIic-.fall. Sold by F. H23COX,
enlf, bZS Bt'UhsJi fliff lork. Writ* Cor
Will
New por
traits just out. .A ?3 50 sample sent free to all.
W. II. Cliidester & Son., 2S Bond St., N. Y.
$
Agents1 profits per month.
O prove it or pay forfeit,
A A A A A A A A
4 A System Making Stock and Grain
A Speculation practically an Investment.
Profits large and almost certain ; loes improb
able. Explanatory letter mailed by addressing
Tni; Mutual Syndicate. 0 Wall St., NewYork
GRATEFUL?COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST.
" By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful application of
the fine properties of well selected Cocoa. Mr.
Epps ban provided our breakfast tables with a
delicately flavored beverage which may save
us many doctors' bills. It is by the judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame."?Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
only in half-pound tins, by Grocers, labelled
thus: .JAMES ELM'S & CO., Homcepathic
Chemists, London, Eugland.
PARKERS
_ HAIR SALSAR9
Cltanws and beautifies the hair.
Promote* a luxuriant jrro*r(h.
Kevor Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cure* scalp di**as?s ? huir falling.
Wt\and$1.00 at Dru^ci*ts
o G O-N SU M PT LVIE;
Use Parker's GiCjrcrTosia. Jt cures the Yur?t Ooufth,
"Weak lAin%i. lK't>il:tjr. Indigestion, Fain,Take in time. ?<> eta.
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The Poabody Medical Institute has many imi
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November 24. lt>9l?4w.
ALGARN keeps the best 2 lor ft Cluarin
town, and the largest variety of Tobacco
D
MECHANICAL.
IS. SCOTT WELLER,
(? en ERA r? "jffi ACHISIS^
~~ a,1<i ? , I
General Repairer in Wood, Iron, Steel and
Brass.
Corner of Charles aud liberty Streets,
Chaklestowrs, W. Va.
CA3T|miNSSl'RON AND STEEL.
TURNS WOOD AND BRASS.
DOES FIRST-CLASS WORK,
HAS the Latest Improved Turning Lathe,
and will do Turning and Boring of all
kinds. Chasing threads in Nuts and on lar(,e
! Screws a specialty. Does a general line of lit
oairiu", and Liilit and Heavy smithing. 1U>
nairing Furnps in their various apartments.
Hits iter. Gas and Steam; Files and Sets
;.ll kinds of Saws, Grinds Axes. Scissors, shears
and Cutlery of all kinds. Repairs ISiejclcs.
Repairs Traetion aud other Engines and
do& a general line of Mill Work, 'laming and
Smithing workmanship second to none.
Boiler Leaks and Tubes Repaired on shortest
notice Also deals in Ltelit Brass Castings,
Check. Globe and Throttle Valves. Stopcocks,
Steam Pipes. Fittings. Unions. Ac., always In
stock. All orders recelvc prompt attention at
m Patentee Of' the celebrated Wellcr Iron Cel
lar Door?the best article of the kind mnde.
G3T \"ent for the tale of the Iron Feucin_,
Crcstlne Railing. Stairways. Ac., of the cele
brated Rogers *ence WELLER.
February 10, 1S89?y
JULIUS C. HOLIES,
Late Superintendent of Repairs of Public
Buildings,
Charleetown, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
I now offer my services again as
Architect and Builder,
as well us a General
Contractor or Superintendent
for all classes of building, and Repair work
ncatlv and promptly done. Plans aud Specifi
cations ami estimates furnished upon applica
tion. My aim shall be to give you work equal
to the bu*>t In the United States 111 material and
workmanship. 1 defy any city mechanic to
beat it in workmanship or In time of eomplL
""junc 4. 1889. JULIUS C. IIOLMF.S.
JEFFERSON FOUNDRY
AND
Machine Sliops,
Situated on Bcrryvillo Turnpike, within the
Corporate Limits of Cliarlcstowu.
To All Whom It May Concern:
I take this method of announcing to the
farmiuir community of Jefferson and adjoining
counties,-that I do all kiuds of Machine Re
pairing. such ae Traction ^d Portable En
tines, wheat Threshers, Grain Drills. }\hcatf
Fans Corn Shellers. and in fact all kinds of
Repairing, in both Wood aud Iron : also make
Smoke Stacks for Stationary aud Portable En
gines. Patching Steam Boilers, and putting in
new flews or tubes. Am prepared to do all
"bLackswiithinc,
Li-lit or Heavy, In first-class manner.?
Soccial attention paid to Repairing Mill
Spindles. I have one of the latest improved
Turiiin" Lathes which cannot be excelled m
the State. for Turning Iron aud Chasing Screws,
|ar-e and small, either Iron or Brass. Keep
on laud Pipe of all sizes, aud am prepared to
Cut Threads, or Screws ou the same; also
keep on hand all kinds of Brass Cocks; Globe,
\mjle and Check Valves of .lenkins Bros- Pa
tent Seals of Philadelphia; all so.d nuder
guarantee of thirty days, and if not found sat
isfactory return aud 1 will refund the amount
paid. 1 keep in stock 1 ackuig of different
kinds for making Stcam-Tignt Joints; al*o
manufacture the Sun-Fish Plow, improved in
three different sizes, as follows: a Heavy
Three-Horse, Two aud Three, and a regular
Two-Horse Plow.
rViy Foundry Department.
Will make all kinds of Castings from pat
terns or old pices of casting. Also ha\e pat
terns for Grate Bars for Traction or PortitWe
Engines of Flick's make and others. Make
Sash-Weisrhts for Buildings of all sizes in
large quantities lower than the lowest, and I
am prepared to make all kind of Brass Cast
{ keep on hand the Challenge Pump.
tr Ageiit for Uic'cROWN^WIIEATDlULL.^
Would be pleased if any one in need ot a Drill
before purchasing elsewhere would give uic a
C 'will thank the public generally for a share
of their petronage. Yours ?^^r.
Address P. O. Box 81.
September 17, 1SS9.
C. W. TAYLOR,
House, Sign and Fresco
Painter,
PAPER HANGER & GRAINER.
January:27. 1891.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
E. E. BEACHLEY,
A RIII TEC T AND BUILDER,
"VX^ILL contract for all kinds of Building.?
VV My architecture and workmanship rec
onuiicnds itself. If you have any kind of
Building that you want erected in first-class
order and in short time {rive me a call. Draw
ing s and Estimates made 011 application. I
also furnish all kinds of
IRON AND STEEL ROOFING
at the lowest cash priccs.
Most respeetfullv,
E. E.'BEACHLEY.
Dec. 1G, 1890. Charlestowu, \V. Va.
I can recommend Mr. Beacbley as an Archi
tect and Builder. Jacou W. Coffman.
?Merchant.
"Would further refer to :
Wynkoop. Walter Co.. Heal Estate Agts.
II. (). Talbott. Pre^t. First National Bank.
Bank of Cuarlestown.
I.. D. Getzenpannek ) ...
iloiiAcn Hcai.l. f Hardware Mirth ta.
PLASTERING.
THE undersigned is prepared to do all kinds
of Plastering, and will endeavor to give
satisfaction in any line of work which he may
contract for. whether in coarse or fine finish.
Orders sent to Middleway. Jefferson county.
W. Va.. will receive prompt attention. Work
done at living rates.
WM. A. MclNTYRE.
August 27, 1SS9?ly.
FERTIJJZKHS.
"VTT'E have converted onr Funkstown Mill,
V V with its immense Water Power, into a
first-class Bone Mill and Fertilizing 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 Fanner our
goods we guarantee them as represented in
every rcspect..
Pi'ices, per Ton:
Pure Buffalo JBont Meal, $3S.OO 1
Pure Domestic " 44 36.00\
Pure Dissolved 4 44 oS.OO
Our Ammoniated Hone 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 jroods
bein? as represented. II they should be found
adulterated we will forfeit the goods.
The above prices are as low as honest coods
can be sold. Beware of goods offered at lower
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 your inspection. Give us a call
before you buy. We will show you just what
von are getting.
J. W. STONEBRAKER 4* CO.
Address J. E. STONKBRAKER.
Aug. 24. 1SS0. Hagerstown, Md.
SEXTON'S Fireplace Heaters. For sale by
Sept. 15. 181U. EASTERDAY & CO.
OLD Stoves taken in exchange for new ones
Sept. 15,1S01. EASTERDAY & CO.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Washington & Alexander,
Insurance Agency,
Office Gibson Building, Chariestown.
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.
Phoenix, of Hartlord.
Fire 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:
3. S. FLEMING. Snephordstown ;
C- L. BARNHART, Duffielda;
JAS. W. LEAGUE. Middleway.
CHAS. H. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry.
A sworn statement of the condition^ of all.
Foreign Insurance Companies represented in !
this Agency will be found at the Clerk's Oflice. i
in compliance with State laws. All losses]
promptly adjusted and paid at our office.
Spccial attention given to the
Sale of Real Estate.
Respcctfullv.
WASHINGTON ALEXANDER. '
Jan. G. 1891?odJaniUVSo^-. Agents. >
The Jefferson County
MUTUAL !
Fire Insurance Company. ?
Established 1S7S.
R. A. ALEXANDER, Secretary.
Office, Gibson Building. Court-House Yard,
Charlcstowu.
OFFERS to the people of Jefferson Connty
Insurance in a safe Company at the actual
cost of insurance, which is much cheaper than
the rates usually charged, and keeps the money
at home. Good risks from responsible parties 1
are invited. !
Executive Committee meets every Friday, j
Directous?Jos.Trapnell. ITcnrj* B. Daven- |
port. J. Garland Hurst. John W. Rider. W, 11.
T. Lewis. R. Preston Chew, Wiu. L. Wilson. )
Eugene Baker.S. W. Washington. 11. L. Snyder,
Charles P. Wilson, John II. Zittle. Jacob S.
Melviu. E. G. W. Herr, Isaac II. Stridor.
JOSEPH TRAPNELL President.
H. B. DAVENPORT Treasurer.
Executive Committee?J. G. Hurst. Wm.
II. T Lewis. Eugene Baker. Isaac II. Stridor,
Jos. Trapnell, S. W. Washington.
Local Agents.?Middleway?J. G. Shirlev;
Harper's Ferry?Chas. II. Trail; Shcpherds
towu?J. S. Fleming; Dufllelds?C. L. Barn- !
hart; Chariestown?^Washington*feAlexauder. !
April 16, 18S9?odn!2,TO.
"WINCHESTER CARDS.
And Don't You Forget It!
THAT
JOHN VILWIG,
WINCHESTER, VA.,
Carries the largest stock and manufactures the
greatest amount of
FURNITURE
of any establishment iu the Valley of Virginia.
The latest and most improvod patterns always
ou hand, and 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 uouc but the best ma
terial used.
UNDERTAKING conducted in the very best
manner, and satisfaction always giveu iu every
ease.
November 7.1SS3?tf.
JNO. B. HAINES,
Manufacturer of Cigars,
And dealer in
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO,
? SNUFF, PIPES, AC.
Main st., opposite "Win. Jenkins' store and saloon
WINCHESTER, VA.
October 2, 1SS3.
Taylor House,
WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA.
JOHN R. GROVE & CO..
April 21. 1891. Proprietors.
The Moat Successful Remedy ever discov
ered, as It Is certain In its effects and docs not j
blister. Road j;roof below:
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 26, *90i
Da. 15. J. Kexdaix Co.:
Gents?It is with the greatest Rat Infliction that I
inform you that I have cured the foliowingdls^ases: j
Sweeney, Shoulder Joint l?&iiienesa.StiHo
Joint LnmeuoHK, Slioe-Hoil, ]<anicuenN In |
Fore Foot. 1 am working on Hip-Joint
Lameness and will cure that all with Kendall's
Spavin Cure. It Is tho best Liniment for roan or
beast I have ever used. I rccommeml it to all hor*>?
owners. Horses that I have worked on are valuable,
but without your Liniment would be worthless. I
have friends who used It for Sprains and
ISrnines nnd cured them. They say it i* tho best
they ever used. Yours truly, E. 0.8. WELLS.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
IIokto Virro, Colo., Dec. 21, law.
Dr. B. J. Kekdall Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.:
Gents?la the year ISSi I treated with Kendall's
Spavin Cure a Bone Spavin of seven years stand
lug nearly as large a? a hens egg and completely
stopped the lameness and removed the enlarge
ment. Have worked tho horse very hard ever
since, ho never has shown any lameness neither
can 1 see any difference In the Bize of the hock.
Yours truly, P. B. COOLKY.
Price $1 per bottle, or six bottle* for
$S, All druggists have it or can get it
for you, or it will be sent to ant/ ad- j
dress on receipt of price by the propric- i
tors.
DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.,
Enosburgh Falls, Vermont.
August 4, 1S91?1 j. I
NOTICE !
Furniture Repair Shop Removed, j
rpHE undersigned has removed his Furniture |
J_ Repair Shop to his residence on Congress |
street, near George, Charlestown. where he in- I
tends to Repair all kinds of Furniture, ws here- I
tofore?Mattresses, Sofas, and frpring-Seat
Chairs Re-Upholstered in the very best style.
Persons wanting work of this kind done at j
their Residences will give hira notice, and he
will be right there. He will also do small jobs
of Carpenter Work, and will be glad to gee all
hie old customers.
If persons having Household Furniture to
dispose of will sendTit to me, I will sell it for
them, on n very low Commission.
April 10.1SS3. T. G. RUsT.
S. S. DALCARN
lias just*received a
Complete Line of Shoes,
for Ladies. G??nts and Children, for the Spring
and Summer trade. Call and examine his
stock and you will be convinced that it is good
and as low as the lowest in price.
March 10. ISSll.
MANY hqjnes are made pleasant by bavins
vitnals" cooked iu the celebrated Excef
sior. You ca.ii get them from
Sept. 23, 1801. EASTERDAY & CO.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
NAWfarbfcV?teniUL
Schedule in effect August 30, 1891.
*
Leavo Charlestown, W. Va.
SOUTHBOUND.
No- 1. No. 8. No. 37.
1.06 A. Jf. 9.25 A. M. 5.27 P. M.
NORTHBOUND.
No. 3. No. 4. No. 28.
7.00 A. M. 8.53 P. M. 9.35 A. M.
No. 1?For Roanoke, Radford. Pulaski. Bris
tol, Knoxvillc, Chattanooga aud tlie South.?
Also for Illuetteld. Pocahontas. Elkhoru and all
Saints on Clinch Valley Division. Also for
ouisvlllc and Cincinnati aud all points ou L.
<? N. K. R.?via Nortou.
Pullman Sleepers to New Orleans and Mem
phis via Bristol; also Pullman Sleepers Ro
anoio to Louisville Tia Norton.
No. S?For Roanoke, Radford. Pulaski. Bris
tol and Chattanooga. Connects at Radford for
Blucficld.
j Pullman Sleeper to Memphis via Bristol.
No. 37?For Shenandoah and Intermediate
stations, ho connection beyondShenaudoah.
I T?^.-2^F'.\r w>"hlugton, (via Shenaudoah
' York Hagerstowu, Ilarrisburg aud New
Pullmau Sleeper to Woshi.icrton-also to
Philadelphia and New Tork.
No 4?For jlagerstown, llarrlsburg, Phil
New York Y?'k" PuUman Sleeper to
' i N?;,3SrF,?,r u"asb,nfc'ton. (via Sheunndoah
Junction) Hagerstowu, Harrlaburr. Phila
. delphia aud New Tork.
I Caroi.ina Division.?Learo Pu
I It A T. lr Daily for Ivnnboe aud 2.Mil P.
.]? i; ,!y for Ivo"lioe and Gossan, and 8.00 A.
| -M. Daily except Sunday for Betty Baker.
1 For tickets, time cards aud all Information,
call on Agent Norfolk & Western R. R.
W. B. BEVILL,
j Gen. Pass. Agt., Roanoke, Va.
September 8, 1801.
Cumberland Valley R. R.
Tiino Table in effect Sept- 1,1891.
c]bB Hgn Fast Day Ev'ir N'gt
TRAINS, Acc Ace Mail Exo .Mall Exp
Leave A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M
inchester. 7.0,) 2.40 7 35
Martinsburg 7.45 S.30 8.80
Hagerstowu 7.00 8.40 12.01 4.20 10.00
Qreencastle. 7.24 0.03 13 25 4.47 10 20
Mariou 4 r>7
Chanibersh'g 6.85 7.47 9.80 13.55 15 10.45
sbippensb'g. 7.00 8.00 9.53 1.18 5.40 11.0(1
Newv lie.... 7.18 8.33 10.13 1.40 6.00 11.33
Carllslo. 7.40 8.41 10.31 3.03 fi.25 11.41
tetaWgW 9.01 10.55 2.28 0.50 13.01
Ar.Dlll6burg9.2S 4.55 8.20
8 R T' 0-20 11.15 2.50 7.13 13.20
Ar.Philadall.25 13.il> 3.15 6.50 10.55 4 25
Ar.NowYork3.00 2.30 5.50 9 35 8.80 7 10
Baltimore.. 13.00 12.00 8.10 0.45 10 40 620
P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M
Mail and Night Express East will
run daily between llarrlsburg and Hagerstowu,
and Evening Mail und Morning Mull dally be
tween llurrisburg aud ChuniVcreburg. ' "
TrVT.., .:Mcb *[nl1 Acc gv'g dig N.O.
1 RAINS. Exp T'rn Stall Acc Ext)
Leave P.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. p;?j
Baltimore.. 11.80 4.50 '.1.10 11.55 S.85 5.32
Tork. 8.00 13.15 6.30 9.00 11 (XI 4 00
Plillad lphiall.25 4.80 8.50 11.40 2 44 r, ?">
llarrlsburg. 5.40 8.30 13.30 4.00 t).'20 LO.To
Dlllaburg... 7 30 10.15 0.10
McebaniesbgO.OO 8.55 13.50 4.23 6.44 9 57
Carlisle 6.20 9.20 1.15 4.50 7.08 10 17
Newvilie 6.40 9.44 1.38 5.15 7.88 10 37
Sliippeiisb'g 7.00 10.05 2.00 5.38 7.53 10 54
Chambersbg 7.20 10.30 2.25 6.05 8.15 1 15
Marlon 2.37 6 17
Greencastlo. 7.42 10.51 2.17 6 28 11 ?!',
Hagerstowu 8.25 11.20 3.13 7.0(1 1155
Martiusburg 9.10 13.05 74:!
Winchester. 10.00 12.55 siso
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M
Memphis Express aud New Orleans Exnrcss
urrt \f b.t!twe?" Harrisburg and Ilugcrstowu
and ChZbcfsburt ^ ,<CtWeen "--"?"X
Pullman Palace Sleepiug Cars between Ha
"" V * ou Morning Mail und
Night Express east and ou Memphis Express
and New Orleuns Express west.
Pullman Sleeping Carson Night Express and
KwiSPKM bCtWU?n ?'?de.phiu
onTIF??MS\t^,aCbuS 'A R"i frn,n Philadelphia
oil Fust Mall and Day Express east and Ac
commodation and N. O. Express west 1
vS'"''";'? fo.r all stations on Cumberland i
V I Kailroad and Pennsylvania Railroad
September 8. 1801. "?Y"- 8"P'- ,
Contractors and Builders,
CARPENTERS,
MERCHANTS, FARMERS,
EVERYBODY,
TNTEN'DING TO BUILD OR REMODEL
V. .?8a,vc 11,110 and nionoy by Icavinir or
sending their orders for
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
BRACKETS, CORNICE, FENCING,
CEILINGS, PALINGS, FLOOR
ING, MOULDINGS, MAN
TELS, &C.,
DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER
OF ALL KINDS. &C., TO THE
CIIAR LENTOWN
Steam Sa* and Planing Mill.
an^naWy Sf work""' "? " to P"**
TERMS, REASONABLE. J
. ? W51 PHILLIPS * SONS.
April 13, 1881.
CEO. T, LJCHT,
PEAI.TiU IN
"Drug's, Medicines,
PAINIW,
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOKAO
COKS. CIGARS, AC.,
fTYAKES this opportunity of thanking his pa
X trons for their most liberal patronage for |
the. last year, and hopes by strict attention and
fair dealing to merit acontinuanccof the same. ;
I sell first rale goods always ; do not sell conn
terfril or cheap ijocfla for the heat. Warrant e.rery
thing sold?to b?- returned if not as guaranteed, i
It is ray desire, and also pleasure, to sell ray ]
patrons
THE BEST QUALITY OF GOODS !
ahcays, but will, if compelled, sell them Laud- |
anurn for 6 cts., Syrup for 3 eta. and Cologne [
for 25 eta. per pint; but at' the same time, let
me inform you, that according to the United
States Pbarmacopea. you can't make Laud
anum for less than 10 eta. by the wholesale. A
much cheaper plan is to buy vour goods gen
uine. and add the water yourself.
CIGARS?best in town.
March 2t 18S0. GEO. T. LIGHT.
WOVEN WIRE
BEST
STEEL
WIRE
PRICES BKDCCED. Sold bj dealer*. FREIGHT PAID.
XcMGLIXirS POULTRY GETTING, Hew Thing 1
Ho Vc b*sfin*l E*trm II??jr flclfmm.
The MnMnllem Wot cm wire Peace Co., Caieago, IU>
March SI. 1891-ly.
MONEY
r*a b?ururd at Mr SCTDnrofwoHc,
r.|H.ilr b-?wr?h!?, by tUoam ot
either ??*, ruune tr ?]<j, aiid in ffccir
owu Uc?iiii*f,? il>?y IWr. iny
om? ran do lit work. i'.mty to ir*m.
W? furnl?li tfnrtbin;. Wr itin rim. So rtak. JTm vn dncti
jomt tjMM mntuanfs. or ? !l your tiin? to IL? Tbla U (a
?utir?ljr u?* d-xn.| Lrinji wood*ff'j| wrriu tw *t?ry wodeer.
Btfinutn *r' nriinj from ISi to ISO prrwrek and oi ntrdi,
ana b-<t? after a iiitla tiLtrieiie*. V.'e cazx farai?h yoa ike em
plorrorot ind t-?ch too rKEK. No inctto rzpUb bw*. Full
iafonuatlaa VUKK. TKIfK <.Q.? AltfiS'/A. BjUJK.
A lot of Driving Whips and Odds and Ends
of Harness. 'Hand Made. For sale by
June 30, 1891. JSAfiTERDAY <fc CO,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
Schedule in olTcct Nov. 15,1691, until farther
notice;
NORTHWARD.
420* 418* 416* 44S*
l'aw. Pass. Pass. Mx'd.
Leave A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M.
Lexington.. 5 15 10 30
Staunton... 7 04 12 20
Harrisonb'g 8 11 1 SO 1010
New Market S 55 13 20 1189
Mt. Jackson 9 IS 2 S9 1210
Woodstock. 9 43 S12 110
Straaburg... 10 12 8 42 2 12
Capon Road 10 21 8 51 8 18
Middletown. 10 SO 4 07 S 4S
Winchester. 0 00 1109 441 000
Stephenson. 6 09 11 19 4 52 0 20
Chariest*'wn 0 46 1157 5 88 7 88
Harp. Ferry 7 OS 12 20 5 5S 8 43
, Washington 9 20 2 85 8 40
Baltimore.. 10 40 8 80 10 00
Phlladelpha 12 19 0 15 4 00
New- York.. 8 00 8 SO 7 15
Additional mixed trains Northward pass
Charlestown at 4 16 and 2 51 A. M., arrive at
Harper's Ferry 5 25 and 2 51 A. M.
On Sunday mixed train leaves Charlestown
Northward at 10.40 P.M., arriving at Harper's
Ferry at ll.-sO P. M.
J SOUTHWARD.
418* 417* 419* 44?Tt
Pass. Pass. Pass. Mx*d.
Leave A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
| New York.. 1215 11 80
Pbiladelpha 815 1 85
Wilmiugton S 46 2 0?>
Baltimore.. 4 00 9 80 4 SO
Washington 10 ?0 5 SO
llarper'sF'v S 00 1 15 7 55 1 80
Charlest'wn 8 24 1 89 8 19 2 25
I Stepheusou. 9 02 2 18 9 00 4 52
I Winchester. 9 17 2 80 910 0 00
Middletown. 9 48 3 08 0 55
I Capon Road 9 58 8 18 t 25
i Strusburg.. 10 12 8 20 7 S5
| Woodstock. 10 47 4 01 8 59
; Mt. Jackson 1 i 20 4 83 10 01
NewMarkot 11 89 4 51 10 89
Harrisonb'g 12 20 5 40 12 05
Stnnnton... 1 .*>8 0 59
Lexington.. 8 88 S 50
Additional mixed trains Southward pass
Charlcstow n at 8.28 A. M. aud 8 24 P. M., ar
riving at Harrisonburg 9 40 and 0 27 1*. M.
On Snnday mixed train leaves Charlcstown
Southward at S.48 A. M., arriving:at Harrison
burg 8 00 P. M. *
*Daily except Sunday. fSuuday only.
CONNECTIONS.
Truin No. 415 conuects at Harper's Ferry
with Limited Express, arriving at Pittsburg
8.00 A. M.. Columbus 2 50 and Chicago 1125
next morning.
Train No. 410 connects at Harper's Ferry
with Pittsburg and Chicago Express, arriving
at Couuellsville 4 25 and Pittsburg 0 20 next
1 morning, Colntubus 1 80 P> M., and Chicago
9 80 P. M.
Train No. 417 has Day Coaches and Pullman
Sleeper New York to Washington. Day Coaches
Baltimore and Washiugtou to Lexington. Pull
man Buffet Parlor Cars Balto. to Staunton. New
York passengers change at Washington ; Phil
adelphia passengers change at Harper's Ferry.
Train No. 419 has Day Coaches and Pullman
Parlor Cars New York to Baltimore, and
Through Coaches Baltimore to Winchester via
the Old Line.
Train No. 420 has Through Coaclics Win
chester to Baltimore via the Old Line, and Day
Coaches and Pullman Parlor Cars Baltimore to
New York.
Tralu No. 418 has Day Coaches l^exington to
Warrington aud Baltimore, Pullmuu Buffet
? Parlor Cars Staunton to Baltimore, aud Day
Coaches and Pullman Parlor Cars Washington
to New York.
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars from Ilar
per'n Ferry on all Western Express Trains.
Excursion Tickets will be j?old to purticn of
ten or more between all ticket statlous on the
Valley Division?Good for two days.
For rates. tickets, baggage checks, apply to
any otllce of the B. ?fc 0. R. R-, or to C. E.
Dudrow, Traveling Passenger Ageut, WJncho
ter, Virginia.
J. T. ODELL. General Manager.
C1IAS. O. SCULL, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
December 1. 1891.
Western Marvland R. R.
CONNKCT1NO WITH
IT. S: P. R. R. at Shlppehsburg, Slu-nandoah
Valley and B. & O. Hailroads at 1 lagers
town ; Penna. R. II- at Frederick Junc
tion. and P. W. A B.. N. C. and B.
P. Railroads at Union Station,
Baltimore, Md.
MAIN LINE AND CONNECTIONS:
Schedule taking effect Oct. 4, 1891.
Stations. P. M. P. M. P. M.
Lc. WlUiamsport 7 15 ! 45
Hugerstown 7 82 2 00 *4 20
Chewsvlllc 7 45 2 10
Sinithsburg 7 51 2 25 4 89
Edgemont 8 00 2 85
High fluid 8 15 2 60
I.e. Fair Held 8 42 8 22
On tanna 8 52 8 82
Gettysburg 9 18 8 52
Ar. Hanover 9 58 4 85
Le. High field 8 15 2 53
Blue Ridge 8 10 2 54 4 56
Mechanlcstown 8 48 3 20 5 15
Rocky Ridge 8 55 8 31
Frederick Juuction.... 9 07 8 44 5 35
Union Bridge 9 18 8 55 5 42
Lin wood 9 22 3 59
New Windsor 9 2-8 4 05 5 40
Westminster 9 47 4 23 0 02
Glyndon 10 22 4 58 0 85
Arlington 10 50 5 31
Ar. Baltimore 1110 5 58 7 14
" Washington 142 0 45 8 15
Philadelphia 2 20 9 55
New 1'ork 4 50 12 30
P. M. A. M P. M.
Station*. P. M. A. M. A. M.
Le. New York 9 00 12 15 11 CO
Philadelphia 12 03 8 50 1 80
Washington ' 0 35 2 10
A. M. A. M. P. M.
Le. Baltimore *4 85 8 00 4 00
Arlington 8 20 4 23
Giyndon 5 16 0 01 4 5*5
Westminster 5 45 0 43 5 30
New Windsor 5 58 10 03 5 50
Lin wood 10 00 0 05
Union Bridge 0 05 10 10 0 11
Frederick J auction ... 10 20 0 22
Kocky Ridge 10 38 0 83
McchanicstQWii 0 30 10 51 6 40
Blue Ridge 11 23 7 15
Ar.HlghflMd 0 58 1128 7 2/)
Lo. Hanover 0 37 5 42
Gettysburg f6 00 10 22 G 20
Orrtanna tO 10 10 41 0 87
Fairfield f0 27 10 53 0 48
Hiffhfleld ? 58 11 28 7 20
Edgemont 7 10 11 45 7 35
SmTthsburg 1151 7 41
Chcwsviile 12 00 7 40
Ilagcrftown 7 35 12 15 8 05
Ar. Will lain sport * 12 30 820
A. M. P. M. P. M.
Between Williamsport, Shippensbnrg nnd In
termediate Points.
A. M. A. M. P. M:
Le. Williatneport 0 25 10 55 6 45
M Ilagerstown 0 40 11 10 7 00
1 Smithsburg 7 03 1133 7 34
Ar. Edgemont 7 10 11 45 7 35
P. M.
' Waynesboro 7 80 12 02 7 53
' Chumbersburg .... 8 12 12 30 8 82
' Shippcnsburg 8 40 1 00 9 00
~~~A. M. P. M. P. >!.
Le. Shippensbcrg 0 30 1 09 4 12
** Charnbcrnburg.... 7 01 1 89 4 45
' Waynesboro 7 35 2 13 5 20
4 Edgeinont 7 53 2 30 5 45
Ar. SmTthsburg 8 06 2 43 h 26
** Hagcrstow'n 8 30 8 05 0 10
44 Williamsport 8 45 3 20 0 25
Leave Williamsport for Hagcrstown, 0.25,
7.15, 10 55 A. M.. nnd 1.45 nnd 0,45 P. M.
I Leave Hagerxtown for Williamsport, 8.30 A.
M., and 12.15. 8.05. 0.10 nnd 8.05 P. M.
Leave Rocky Ridge for Emmitsburg, 10.40
! A. M., and 3.33 and 8.35 r. M. Arrive at Em
I mitsburg 11.10 A. M.f and 4.03 and 7.05 P. M.
Leave Emroitsbnrg for Rocky Ridge, 8.20 A.
I M.f and 2.52 and 5.50 P. M. Arrive ut Rocky
Ridge 8.50 A. M. and 3.22 and 5.50 P. M.
Leave Frederick Junction for Frederick,
10.32 A.M., and 5.03 and 7.20 P. M.
Leave Frederick Junction for Tancytown,
Liu lea town. York. Wrightsvillc and Columbia,
9.58 A. M. and 3.45 P. M.
H. <fc P. R. R. Trains leave Bhippcnsburg
8.50 A. M-. and 1.20. P. M.: arrive at Bhippens
burg 11.82 A. iL and 6.55 P. M. daily, except
Sunday.
"Dailj*. {Mondays only. All others Dally,
except Sunday.
J. M. ITOOD, Gent Manager.
B. n. OBIffWOLD, Gea'l Pass. Agent.
November 3, 1891.
George L. Travis,
THE BOSS BARBER,
Respectfully announce* to his friends
and the public that has removed to the
front upper room in the Gibson building, ad
joining the court-house yard.
My shop has been Thoroughlv Furnished and
Improved, with the Best Patent Spring Chair*.
Ac., is large and roomy, and I shall constantly
have the services of "a competent assistant.
Promptness, neatness and politeness my motto.
April O. 1880
FIVE Thousand Quart Tin Fruit Can*. Onr
own make. Warranted not to leak. For
sale by EASTERDAY & -CO.

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