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Every expectant mother has ft trying ordeal to face. If she does not of uncertainties if Nature is not given proper assistance. Mother's Friend is the best help you can use at this time. It is a liniment, and when regularly ap plied several months before baby comes, it makes the advent easy and nearly pain less. It relieves and prevents "morning sickness," relaxes the overstrained mus cles, relieves the distended feeling, short ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer tain without any dangerous after-effects. Mother's Friend is good for only one purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or sect by express on receipt of price. Free Boors, containing valuable informa tion for women, will be sent to any address upon application to THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. CATARRH WM. F. ALEXANDER, AGENT FOR The Remington Standard Typewriter. Orders for Typewriter supplies will have prompt attention. Typewriting and Stenographic work done speedilv and with care. Jan. 4?1S98. ASK- YOUR DRUGGIST for n generous 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. ELY'S CREAM BALM contains no cocaine. mercury nor anyother injurious drug. It is quickly Absorbed Gives Relief at once. >N HEAD Allays Inflamation, licals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full Size 50c.; Trial Size 10c ; at Druggi$*ts-or by mail. ELY BROS. r>t>. Warren St.. NT. Y. City. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. | The secret of the SUCCESS of this school lies in our method of dealing with the student indi vidually. In this way the student is interested from the start. THERE ARE NO IDLERS under this method. WOOD'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, COURT E. WOOD, Principal. 311 East Capitol Street, WASHINGTON, I). C. Call ai.d exam<ue. Catalogue for the ask <ov. 8. 180 i ,nff tjnfeberate ^Veteran. NA8HVILLE, TENN. OFKICIAT.I.Y REPRESENTS United Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Sons, and other Organizations. 1100 a y.ar. Two Samples, Four Two-Cent Stampi. S. A. CUNNINGHAM. RrKciAi. Rbddction In Clul? with tliin Paper GROCERY STORE ?AND? EATINGr HOUSE. The undersigned has opened a Grocery Store and Eating House in the building lately occupied by Earnshaw Dooley, oil West Washington street. Charles Town," which has been newly painted and uicel) fitted up. Will keep A Full Line of Groceries of all kiud*. which will include the freshest and best varieties in all lines, to be sold at the lowest market rates. Will ult?o handle a good stock of TOBACCOES, CIGARS, ETC., and customers can always be assured of .. , good smoke or chew, to euil their varied | tastes. Connected with the Store I propose to keep a First-Class Eating House, and will be prepared to serve Lunches. Oys terf?. Coffee. Pies, etc.. at. uii hours and in the best style, at moderate prices. Oysters fried and delivered at residences.and full entertain ments supplied to order. Oct. 12?y. TIIOS. J. MYEK3. Wolf's Business College j HAGERSTOWN, MD, Open Sept. 5, 1S9S. Write for catalogue. Aug. 9. Painting;, Papering, &c "1111E undersigned is prepared to do all kinds I. of Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, ?fce. Prices moderate and prompt attention giveh to all orders. T. NI. HAKER. Vf..?0 May 2/93?tf. Removed ONE DOOR ABOVE CARTER HOUSE. I have removed my office to the building one door above the Carter House, where 1 will continue the Grain and Commission busi ness. I also represent the Provident Life and Trust Company, the best Lile Insurance Com pany, as reported by Insurance Commission ers. in the United States. Will !?u glad to see friends and patrons in my new quarters. Jan.24 tf. M. C. WASHINGTON. Agt. Shoes ! Shoes ! A Great Variety of Shoes and Slippers for everybody, at all prices, for Spring and Sum mer. just opened. Prices marked down to 1 make short profits to suit the times. April 21. 3. S. PALGARN. \\7 e have on hand a large lot of Cookiug I ?Y aud Heating Stoves, which we will J Fell on reasonable terms, and to good pay short time will be given EASTER DAY & CO. Oil. South Charles Street. ELECTIONS THIS YEAR. Elections will be held in Novem ber this year in the following States: Iowa?For Governor and other State officers. Kentucky ? For Governor and other State officers. Maryland ? For Governor and both Houses of the Legislature. Massachusetts ? For Governor, State" officers and both Houses of the Legislature. Mississippi?For Governor, Stat< officers, a Legislature and all coun ty officers. Nebraska?For justice of the Su pre me Court and two members of the board of regente. New Jersey?Eight State Sena tors", sixty members of the Assem bly and county officers. New York?Two justices of the Supreme Court in First judicial dis trict, one justice in Fifth district, three justices in Eight district and 150 members of Assembly. Ohio?Governor and all State officers. Pennsylvania?State treasurer,two judges of the Supreme Court and one judge of the Superior Court. Viiginia?Secretary of the com monwealth, treasurer and mino^ State officers. While these elections occur in only one quarter of the States, they are so scattered as to afford a fair test of public opinion in nearly every quarter of the Union. The campaign in Ohio and Ne braska are likely to attract the mott attention, as the former is the home of President McKinley and the lat ter of Mr. Bryan. There are al ready indication of a hot contest in both States. The Democrats take some hope from the Republican dis sensions in Ohio and from the recent elections in Cleveland and Toledo. The Republicans and the Democratic opponents of Mr. Bryan will try to judge his prestige by defeating him at home. At the last election seven of the States voting this year were carried by the' Republicans and four by the Democrats.?New York World. Sa^rsajparilUi*C u-il^brace^you^up/purify ov?ic 'u So-To-Bac for Fifty Cent*. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes wnnlt men strong, blood pure. 60c. 81? All dr^SSS? F'0U5 a very handsome illustrated in dustrial issue of the Greensboro' (N. C ) I Htriot we take the following coinpli tnentary mention of a native Charles Towtiian?a son of Maj. G. W. T. ICears ley: "One of the most progressive and energetic citizens of the city is Mr. G. T Kearsley, who receutly came here from Rattford, Va., and established a real es tate and financial agency as an uid to those who desire to invest or locate in this growing and prosperous section. Mr. Kearsley has long been identified with the growth of Kadford, where he is still secretary of the board of trade, the citi zens having steadfastly relumed to accept '?is resignation. His business brings him in touch with men of finance every where and his special effort has been directed towards interesting outaWe capital and the location of home seekers. Mr. Jveam ?ey ha* great faith in ,|ie bright lu'ur. of Greensboro, and takes pleasure in giv <"t? d. tailed iiiforiiiutioTi on any t-ubjeci vt industrial import." C,vnmAH?bf,Kt! FU, ,'V ?jcmoiislratcd that F.lyV I n am Balm Is a specific for Nasal Catarrh Mid cold in the head. Tliis distinction has been ai hi ved only as the remit of ei.nilmnd suctis>fnl use. A morbid condition of the membrane in the nasal passages eau be cured by this purifymgand healing treatment. Sold hj diug"ists or it will be mailed for 50 eenis by Ely Brothers, 50 Warren Str et. New York ind8Prel'ie|fi|a?imrmXr,1,br,lDC' is ab6OTb"J OASTOnT A ? Bears the st The Kind You Hare Always Boufrtit Signature _ //Vs, . ? of Dr. Humphreys' Specific Manual, tell ing how to treat and cure disease, is'pub lished in English, German, French Por tuguese and Spanish. A copy 8ent free on request. Humphreys' Medicine Com pany, N. Y. VERY LOW RATES National Peace Jubilee, Washington, D. c.. Baltimore and Ohio It. R. For the greatNatloiuU Peace Jubilee, to he held at Washington, D C., May 22 a? 24 the Baltimore .t Ohio R. K. will" sell excur'.loi, tickets at One Faiik for the Round Tail from points on i,? Iin0 ,)f Plt|(!b Parkersburg and Wheeling inclusive, except from the following points, from which round trip tickets will he sold as follows: New York, J8; Philadelphia, S3; Chester, M so Wilmington, SI; Baltimore, -42. Tickets will bo sold May 22 and S3, and will be good returning until May'20.1SU0 inclusive The progi amine is as follows: May 23 Parade of Military and Naval organ izations. Salutes from gunboats. Ringiug of chimes and band concerts. May 24?Parade of school children. Parade of civic organizations. All vehicles in the streets to be decorated with flowers. o"VUi6torical Pageant, illustrating U.S. Soldiers and Sailors of each of the Aroeri Ko"ks?a? n!f.i,tGraDd i'lu"lintttion6 Hre - rnikVi in health. andj)ocicit^^f^^0^8 M **cur$?l?Sy TOOAC: from X^mwl U nith-rM /?.r u ?ITak e it with Try Allen's Foot-Ease, A powder to be shaken into the shoes At tl.U ^ J^/?o?en, nervous hrJd!KoTnryee- S!ot2S: CASTOR IA _ J.or Infant8 and Children. ine Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the " Signature of G^^otne^L^S, aon,?t,hC ahem, for sale low at Easterd??^l ,? Vse ia and Stove House. 8. Lo' ? Tin CASTORIA The Kind. You Have Always Bought, and which has heen in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of . and. has heen made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ei peri orients that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops \ and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ? substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tie Kind You toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE OKNTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY TWCCT. NEW YORK CITY. kJhe Monarch of Strength is LION COFFEE. (ABSOLUTELY PURE.) Its strength comes from its freshly roasted, and is packages. Each packagi age is sealed at the Mills so Dm its purity. It Is all pure < is sold only in one-pound :age will make 40 cups. Th? weakened, strength. coffee, sealed cups. The pack that the aroma is never It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable It is a luxury within the reach of all. Insist on "Lion" Coffee Never ground nor sold In bulk. None Genuine without Lion's head. does not hare T.lon Coffee In his store. Bond us his name and nddrosa that we may place It on sale there. Do not accept any substitute. WOOLSON SPICE CO.. Toledo, Ohio. If your Grocer BOYS and GIRLS, You can have one of our days* work will do It. We give this wheel as a premium forselling \ a certain number of our goods. The", " AL?ARD" Is a flrat-clam, up to- _ ate child's wheel, 17 1-2-In. frame, 20 ln. \ to order, short head, 1 3-4 In. drop, 24 in. wheels, 51-4-ln. two-piece keyless crank (drop-forged), nlckel-platetf handle bar.^niHrit raised or dropped with expander, padded or ?. - racing saddle, sprockets 20 and 8,3-16-ln. chain, tool-bag with tools, handsomely enameled dark green or maroon and decorated, special colors to order. All i > parts duplicated and InterchanReable so that repairs can be had at a small cost. We manufacture ' ? 25 cents. We also manufacture the " AL-ARD " In ladles gents sire, 23 in. frame, 28 in. wheels, 8trlctly high grade, vs' | we give as a premium or sell direct. Write at once for full .. tlculars, as now is the time to take orders for the coming season. ______ THE QODDARD & ALLEN CO., 800 State Street, Beloit, Wis. I 1 '"8 iocuuk ctrpei anu can arive Royal Dust Beater sell at sight for wifich - AnnnnnnI lioL" WVWA/U < fx he "FLORENCE" A HORSE; knows tfie difference J between a light and < heavy draught wagon. < Only carefully selected J and thoroughly sea- < | soned Hickory and< wide track onlyT White Oak are used. Our wagons are fitted with Turnbull Patent Bolster Springs, when ordered. Every Wagon warranted. Ask your dealer to show you the "FLOR-, ENCE " Wagon, if he does not keep it, write to us. We want live awake dealers < in unoccupied territory. Shipping facilities are the best. [^FLORENCE WAGON WORKS, L Wholesale MannfaotMrcrs, FLORENCE, ALiA.J AAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa G. T. KNIGHT. (SUCCESSOR TO SALDER BROS.) I wish to inform my friends aud patrons that I have suc ceeded the well-established firm of Sadler Bros. I will still continue the FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING BUSINESS in FIRST-CLASS STYLE. My last few years connection with the firm enables mo to guarantee perfect satisfaction.? I will keep on hand A FULL LINE OF FURNITURE, of the ver3' LATEST STYLES, consisting of Chamber Suits, BufFetts, Wardrobes, Parlor Suits, Extension Tables, Mirrors, Bed Springs, Lounges, Easels, Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses, Baby Carriages nnd everything that is kept in a first-class Furniture Store.? My Undertaking Department is uneaqualled. I have the Lat Stylc Caskets, Collins and Burial Robes. l'BICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I hold a diploma from one of the best Colleges of Embalm ing, and will make EMBALMING - A - SPECIALTY. I will keep employed a competent workman, and will be prepared to do Upholdsterins;, make old Mattresses over, and do ANY KIND REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY. All work guaranteed- If not satisfactory, money refunded. Feb. 1. G. T. KNIGHT. For Sale, Rent or Ex change Several town properties in Charles Town including a desirable store-room on Washing ton (Main) street, for rent, sale, or will ei change for land in the country. Apply to S. S. DALGARN. June 18,1S95?tf. Charles Town, W. Va, Music Lessons. MISS BERTHA A. RUHL will continue to teach Vocal and lustruiueutal Music at her residence on the corner of Samuel and Liberty streets. Any one wishing Careful and Thorough Instruction at a very Moderate Price will do well by engaging her as their instructor. March 21. JEFFERSON FOUNDRY AND Machine Shops, Situated on Berryville Turnpike, within the Corporate Limits of Chariestown. To AU Whom It May Concern: I 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 Traction and Portable En gines, Wheat Threshers, Grain Drills. Wheat Fans. Corn Shelters, and iu fact all kinds of Repairing, in both Wood and Iron; also make Smoke Slacks for Stationary aud Portable En gines, Patching Steam Boilers, and -putting in new flews or tubes. Am prepared to do all kinds of B-LACKS Ml THING, Light or Heavy, In first-class maimer.? 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 aud Chasing 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 6tock 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-Hor6e Plow. MY FOUNDRY DEPARTMENT. Will make all kinds of Castings from pat terns or old pieces of castiug. Also have pat terns for Grate Bars for Traction or Portable Engines ?f Frick's make aud others. Make Sash-Weights for Buildings of all sizes, in large quantities lower than the lowest, and I am prepared to make all kind of Brass Cast ings. I keep on hand the Challenge Pump, and Water Elevator and Purifier, for deep Wells aud Cisterns, of which I have all ex tra Chains. Cranks. Wheels. <fec. Agent for the CROWN WHEAT DRILL.? Would be pleased if any oue in need of a Drill before purchasing elsewhere would give me a call. Will thank the public generally for a share of their petronage. Yours respectfully, JOHN C. WELLER. Address P. O. Box SI. September 17, 18S9. COACH FACTORY, LIVEEY, &0. THE undersigned having purchased the old established Coach Fact cry of tbelate Weils J. Hawks, in Charlc6town, with the view of en tering iuto the Carriage Business, In all its branches, offers for sale a large num cr of New and Second-hand CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAG GERS, <ftc., at the lowest prices and upon the most ac commodating terms. Old Carriages taTzen in Exchange for New. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS done with neat ness and despatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses and Carriages FOR HIRE. In connection with the above I will continue the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnish 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 m^pecial attention to the busiuess of Undertaking. Being a practical mechanic and determined to give satisfaction, I respectfully solicit u shar of pu blic patronage. May 15,1ST?. LEWIS SJA RRY. Ino. A. Washington. R. W. Alexander, j Washington & Alexander, Insurance Agency, ONE OF THE OLDEST INSURANCE AGEN CIES IN THE STATE. Office Gibson Building, Charles Town, W. Ya. Representing the following Companies :" The old and reliable MTNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn., Giving: the best results to policy holders, and which has a larger amouut of policies in Jefferson County than all other Life Insurance Companies together. Liverpool & Loudon & Globe, of England, Scottish Union and National, of Scotland And the Royal Insurance Co., of Liv erpool, the largest foreign Co's. doing business in America. yETNA, OF HARTFORD. Peabody, of Wheeling, VV. Va. Frauklin, of Wheeling. German Fire, of Wheeling. Phoenix, of Hartford. Virginia Fire and Marine, of Richmond, Va. Georgia Home, of Colnmbus. Ga. Fire Association, of Philadelphia, Pa. Continental, of New York. German-American Fire Iusurance Co.,of New York. Home Insurance Company, ot New York. Niagara Fire Insurance Co., of New York. Fidelity and Casuality. of New York City, furnishing Steam Boiler Insurance and Inspections aud Accident Insurance of every kiud. Fidelity and Deposit Company, of Maryland, the only compauj' authorized to graut bonds and become surety in the state. JEFFERSON COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. All losses promptly adjusted and paid at our office. ^iib-Agents: J. S. FLEMING, Shepherdstown, W. Va. CHAS. H. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. X sworn statement of the conditious of all Foreign Iusurance Companies represented in this Agency will be fouud at the Clerk's Oflicc, in compliance with the State laws. We solicit a coutinuance of your patronage, Respectfully, WASHINGTON ALEXANDER. Feb. 10, 1895. 1 & The Jefferson County MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company. Established 1878. JOHN A. WASHINGTON, Secretary. Office, Gibson Building, Court-House Yard, Chariest own. OFFERS to the people of Jefferson County Insurance in a safe Compauy at the actual cost of insurance, wliich is much cheaper thau the rates usually charged, and keeps the money at home. Good risks from responsible parties are invited. Executive Committee meets every Friday Directors?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, Wm. C. Frasier. John H. Zittle, Jacob S. Melvin. E. G. W. Herr, Isaac H. Stridcr. i. II. ST RIDER President. H. B. DAVENPORT Treasurer. Executive Committee?J. G. Hurst, Wm. H. T Lewis. Eugene Baker, Isaac II. Strider, Jos. Trapnell, S. W. Washington. General Agents: WASHINGTON <fc ALEXANDER, Charles Town, W. Va. Sub-Agents: "J. S. FLEMING. Shepherdstown, W. Va. <? II Ti.AIL; Harper's Ferry, W. Va. Jan. 12, 1802?odnia,?9. J3VY a Gasoline Stove. Wo have them.? > AIn?? Oil Mo\? be burnt- up with the hcut fiom a ???..?!; Use one a week tiimI you would not he without it. t or sale at Eastcrdav A: Co.'s. Cooke DEALERS IN Bps IjIILLi1 liilitlllifl PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY, CLASS, &C. Solo Agents in Charles Town for the Genuine OLIYEE CHILLED PLOWS and Parts. The CELEBRATED B1RDSKLL STEEL SKKIN WAGONS, The well known MILWAUKEE BINDERS AND MOWERS, UNDOUBTEDLY THE LIGHTEST DRAFT Machines on the Market. "FAMOUS OHIO" CULTIVATORS, best on the market to-day. SYRACUSE LEVER SPRING-TOOTH HARROW, equaled by none; Pennsylvania Low-Down Grain Drill, positive force feed ; Single and Double Shovel Plows, Garden Plows, Cumberland Hy draulic Cement constantly on hand, Longman & Martinez Pure Prepared Paints, every gallon guaranteed ; the oldtiuic Wood Frame Harrows, and everything in the General Hardware Line. Give us a call, we can SAVE YOU MOUSTEY". Myers Hay Tools a Specially. Iloosier Single and Double Corn Planters the best machines of the kind on earth ; also have the Tiger. April 2>. 1899. [Full Line ofjj [Buggies and; ESurreys Newest Desngiras WE CLAIM TO BUILD .V NOT THE CHEAPEST ^ ^ 3But tbe JSest for tbe Aoneg. Every Vehicle made by us, will speak for itself. Allow us to send you our catalogue, and the name of the nearest dealer to you handling our work. JS^lbOUt manufacturers, SOUTH BOSTON, VA. WITH VWNING ATTACHMENT MAHF'DBymEOwoffA/rz Co) Dayton. Q Dec. 18, 1898. Charles Town, W. Va. South and Westbound. No-s- J*S} ' 8:45 a. in. 6:47 "? m" Northbound. No. 4. No. 28. 8:55 p. in. 8;41 ?? m TICKETS ALL "POINTS OHIO, INDIANA. ILLINOIS. WISCONSIN, MISSOURI. KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS. CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, The WEST, H0RTH-1EST, S0DTH-WES1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ? THE BEST ROUTE TO THE ? NORTH AND EAST. ?UlLMAN VE3TIBULED COACHES AND SLEEPING CARS. ME THAT TOO* TICKETS ?E?? 0V?? TBI MORFOLK ^ WESTERN RAILROAD. CHEAPEST, BEST ANO QUICKEST LINK. Write for Rates. Maps. Time-Tables. Descriptive Pamphlets, to any Station Agent, or to W. B. BEVILL. ALLEN HULL, *. F. BRABB, Gen. Pass. Aft.? Dir. Pass. Aft Iras. Pass. A|i KQANQKE, VA. CtLIMIU, I. MAlBIt. VA. Pec. 27. *98. Southern Railway. Between*Washington, Alexandria, Stkas buro and Hark foSbuko. CondcnsedTitue Tables, in Effect May 7, 1S99 (Trains Nos. 9 mid 30 daily ; train* N03. IS, 71, 14 and 72 daily, except Sunday.) southward. No. 9. No. 13. No.71. Leave A.M. P.M. A.M. Washington 8 01 4 01 Alexandria 8 23 4 28 Manuassas 9 82 5 03 Plains 10 SO 5 53 Front Royal 11 40 ? 07 Kivertou 11 52 7 lb P. M. Strasburg W 15 7 87 5 50 Strasburg Junction. 12 25 7 45 6 20 Woodstock 12 45 8 OS 7 12 Edlnburg 12 55 8 IS 7 44 Mt. Jackson 1 09 8 34 8 17 New Market 1 23 S 49 8 47 Broadway 1 30 9 03 9 12 Arv Harrisonburg.. 2 U0 9 30 10 00 NOKTHWAKD. No. 14. No. 30. No.72. Leave A.M. P.M. P.M. Harrisonburg 0 45 3 10 7 15 Broadway 7 Oil 3 41 7 5S Hew Market 7 17 3 5t> 8 20 Mt. Jackson 7 30 4 14 8 58 Edinhurt; 7 44 4 3l 9 27 Woodutoek 7 53 4 43 9 48 Strasburg Junction. 8 15 5 08 10 30 Strasburg 8 22 5 14 10 55 Kivcrton 8 42 5 37 Front Ko3*al 8 52 5 47 Plains y 58 7 0() Manassas 10 50 7 55 Arv. Alexandria .11 35 8 45 Washington re 00 9 05 Nos.14 and 36 connect with main line trnins for all points South and Southwest, and ut Washington for all Eastern Cities. No change of cars between Washington and Harrisonburg on Nos. 13 and 14. For detailed infor ? ation apply to nearest agent of Southern Kail way. or write to L. S. Brown, General Agent, Washington, I). C. FKANK S. GANNON, 3rd Viee-Prcst. & Qcn*l M'g'r. J. M. CULP, Traffic Mgr. Jan 31. W. A. TUKK.Gcu'l pass.Agt. West Virginia Central & Pittsburg Railway Co. In Effect Muy 14, 181)9. Southward. Stations. Northward. No. o. No. 1 No. 'J. No. 4. P.M. A.M. I'.M. l'.M. fS 15 tT 00 Cumberland f!2 0(1 +0 ^0 3 43 7 211 Bawling* 11 St 5 51 4 0ii 7 53 Keyser 11 OS 5 80 4 111 8 05 Wt'.lcrIIport 10 58 5 20 4 20 8 0!t W.Vu.C.Juuet. 10 51 5 13 4 45 8 85 Shaw 10 'JS 4 45 5 08 0 U0 Harrison flO 00 f-l 23 5 50 I) 50 Elk Harden *8 10 ".1 :?) f5 41 f It 85 Gorman fl' 85 +*i 54 5 47 !i 42 Buyard 0 29 :> 4'J 85 5ii 0 51 i>< i.uin o in :i :;;i ? 02 11 !ji Hi'ury 'J 15 8 35 0 27 10 27 Thomas 8 48 3 12 6 55 |(| 55 Davis 8 0". 2 25 ?131 10 31 Coketou 8 41 3 05 0 50 1101 Ilundricks 8 10 2 25 7 02 11 04 ilainbleloii 8 07 2 2J 7 05 1107 Brrtz 8 03 2 18 7 03 11 10 Parsons 8 Oil 2 2> 7 43 11 45 Kerens 7 25 1 .'4 8 00 12 00 Elklns 17 10 +1 4,. 8 21 12 20 Beverly tiiOj -I 18 ?8 50 12 45 lluttonnvillc, f5 40 *12 i0 2 30 Bcliugtuu *11 15 P. M. P. Jl. A. M. A.M. t Llaily. *Daily Except Sunday. (). W. IIAKBISON, 0. L. BRETZ, Gen1! Passenger Agt. Geu'l Muuuger. May 23, 18W, 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Patents I rade MARKS Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communica tions ntrictly confidential. Handbook on I*ntents sent free, oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge. In tho Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. 7<arirest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms. $3 a year: four months, fL Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.3618?1"*'- New York Branch Office. <05 F 8U Washington. D. C. Dee. 0. Tin and Stove Work. Tin? undersigned has located in thu shop of Mrs.^Margaret Doolet*, Wot Main urcct, near IIoH'tf Pump, where he is |>n pttri(! lu execute all kinds of Tin and Stove Work, at short no tice and upon reasonable terms. Roofing' and Spouting a Specialty. Will also keep on hand or manufacture to or der. all the ordidarv lines of Tiuware, such an ERUIT CANS, BUCKETS, PANS, ETC. A liberal share of the public patronage respectfully solicited. B. K. DOOLEY. Sept. 7. 1^97. DREAM your life away. JL Our "Riur" ABSOLUTEf.T prevents night emissions. Cure* by stopping the cause. il 00 (stamps or bill). " Order to day?it will be worth thousand? to you. CAPITAL CUKE. April 25,*99. ? Box 578 Atlanta. ?a. '^E"L"H"fDEAS Car jz* thfclc cf tssstfcfcs to pitas*, f FroUct jet? ideas: tsey ni7 trizz yes wealth. Befcre appifisg fc? potest, git csr literal cSers. ZzTtsur't Assistant szi hsitai Tie*? cf yit'lz rtit-ts kt. is Was'sisgta Cit7 ustfceecs rc;sctt. Writ# u to-daj. We cas help V' COPP A CO.. Potest Attrs?7t. 5. C. m A iTrTl ^ 1 y. Dress-Making. MRS. J. O. TUTWI1.ER desire* to inform her former patrons and the ladies generally that 6he has returned to Charles Town, has secured the services of a competent assistant, and will conduct the Dress-Making business in all it? branches, at moderate prices. Rest deuce in Firor building, West Liberty street near West. Oct. 4,'9S-tf. C OR Son the Instalment Plan. March 21. C. F. WALL. _B. <fc O. RAILROAD Time Table In effect Nov. 20, 8, until farther notice. NORTHWARD. 8 14 44 p*? ss. Pass. Mfx'd. Leave A.M. A.M. P.M. Lexington 4 15 11 40 3 00 Staunton 5 48 1 15 p. m. 4 30 Harrisonburg. 6 SS 2 10 ? 7 00 Train S connects with Southern R. R. at Harrisonburg at 7.00 a. m. for Strasburg Junction and Harper's Ferry Division. 20 8 14 Pass. Pass. Pass. A.M. A.M. P.M. Strasburg: 8 20 5 15 Capon Road .. 8 2S 5 18 Winchester ... 6 00 9 04 5 58 Stephenson ... 6 09 9 14 6 04 Charles Town. 6 45 9 58 0 48 Harper's Ferry 7 0S 10 15 7 05 Washington .. 9 20 11 55 9 40 Baltimore 10 SO 12 53 11 02 Philadelphia .. 12 54 3 09 8 55 New York 3 00 5 40 0 5 0 SOUTHWARD. 59 1 19 Pass. Pass. Pass. Leave A.M A.M. P.M. New York 12 15 1130 Philadelphia .. 8 00 1 Sti Baltimore 7 SO 10 25 4 30 Washington... 8 00 11 25 5 30 P.M. Harper's Ferry 10.40 5 25 7 IS Charles Town. 11 00 5 47 8 15 Stephenson ... 11 34 tt 28 8 52 Winchester... 11 44 0 42 9 02 Capon Road... 12 20 7 25 Strasburg 12 22 7 28 Train 59 connect with Southern R. R. at Strasburg Juuctiou at 13.25 aud 7.45 p. m. for Harrisouburg. 95 17 59 Mixed. Pass. Pass. A.M. A.M. P.M. Harrisonburg. 10 20 7 15 2 30 Staunton 12 SO 8 05 3 28 Lexington .... 9 32 5 20 Mixed Trains Southbound pass CharlesTowti U. 3.23 uiul 0.45 a. in. Arrive at Strasburg Junction at 0.02 and 10.S0 a. m. Mixed traius northbound pass Charles Town at 8.80 p. tu. und 1.32 a. in. Arrive at Harper's Ferry at 4.20 p. m. and 1 30 a. in. CONNECTIONS. Train 8 connects at Harper'sFcrry with Fast LiiuitedRxpress train leaving at 12.41 a.m. and 1:04 p. th. arriving at Chicago 9.30 a. m.s and 12.00 uqon, and with train leaving at 5.14 E. in. arriving at Ciuciunatti at 7.45 a, in.. St. ,ouis 0.00 p. ui.; and connects Weaverton at 11.40 a. in., arrive at Hagcrstown at 12.40 p. in.. Washington Junction with train arriv ing' at Frederick at 1.55 p. m. Truin 14 connects with Fast Vestibuletraiu at Harper's Ferry at 9:44 p. in. for Chicusro, ut 10:21 p. in. for Pittsburg and 12:55 a. in. for Ciuciunatti and St. Louis. Arrive at Pitts burg ut 7.00 u. in., Chicago at 9:45 p. in.. Ciu ciunatti at 5 p. in., and St, Louis 0:30 a. m. Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs ure run through to Cincinnati, St. 1-ouis. and Chicago on all express traius. f For rates, tickets, baggage checkcd, apply to any office of the B. O. Kail road. "F. 1). UNDEKWOOD, Gcn'l Manager. D. B. MARTIN, MauVr Pass. Traffic. Dec. 0. 1898. Western Maryland R. R. Schedule in effect March 13, 1800. MAIN LINE. Stations. A. M. A. M. P. M Le. Cherry Run 5 20 0-10 Big Pool 5 24 0 44 Clear Spriug 5 35 0 56 Charlton 5 40 10 02 Willi am sport, P. V.. .. 5 40 10 12 Ar. Hagcrstowu 0 08 10 25 P.M. Le. Williamsport 5 54 Le Hairerstown .7 02 2 07 *4 15 Chewsviile 7 20 2 28 4 28 Smltlisburg 7 2? 2 31 4 85 Edgeniont 7 85 2 41 4 40 Ar. Highfleld 7 50 2 56 Le Highfield 7 50 2 56 Fair Held 8 10 3 24 Gettysburg * . 8 43 3 52 New Ox lord 0 05 4 15 Hanover 0 22 4 31 Ar. Porters 0 38 4 45 j I.e. Porter? 0 38 5 27 Spriug Grove 0 47 5 35 A i. York 10 12 0 00 Le ni^bflelil ? no 2 66 Tliurmout 8 10 3 21 5 10 Kocky Ilidge 8 26 3 31 5 20 Bruceville 8 37 3 44 5 38 Union Bridge 8 45 3 55 5 45 New Windsor 8 54 4 05 5 52 Westminster 0 00 4 24 6 0ft Emory Grove 5 00 Glyndou 0 41 5 02 0 37 Ar. Baltimore 10 27 5 50 *7 15 A.M. A.M. P.M. Le. Baltimore *4 30 8 23 4 08. Glyndou 5 11 0 14 5 07. Emory Grove 0 15 Westminster 5 40 0 53 5 415 New Windsor 6 58 10 10 6 0L Union Bridge 0 00 10^0 6 12 Bruceville 6 07 10 28 0 22. Kocky ltidge 10 40- <i 34 Tburinont 6 25 10 53 0 40 Ar. Highfleld 1128 7 10* Le. York 0 00 4 lO Mprlug Grove 0 25 4 35. Ar, Porters 0 32 4 4;; Le. Porters 0 3*4 5 27 ? Hanover 0 40 5 89> New Orford 10 03 5 &> Gettysburg 10 28 0 kO Fairfield 10 56 6 48 Ar. Highfield 1125 7 10 Le Highfield 11 28 7 1ft Edgcmont 7 04 11 42 7X1 8raithsburg |7 ?0 11 50 7 r.O Chewsviile.. 11 f,7 741V Ar. Ilagerstown *7 30* 12 10 8 CO Ar. Wlliamsport 8 20 Le. llagerstown 8 10 12 15 8 05 Williamsport, P.V.... 8 22 12 28 8 26 Charlton 8 !t0 12 30 8 30 Chear 8pring 8 35 12 41 8 42 Big Pool 8 40 12 52 '8 56. Ar. Cherry Hun 8 50 12 55 9 00 IIA1.TJMOKR & CUMlSBJtLAND VAI.I.ET Bit ASCII Leave Hagcrstowu for Wajfuesboro, Chain r berhburg and Intermediate Station* nt G.SO a. in., and for Shippcusburg and Intermediate? Stations at 11.10 a 111. and 7.00 p. in. Leave Wayueeboro for Chambersburg ati 6.05 p in. Leave Shippensborg for Hagerstowu and Iii ternn diate station* at 0.00 a. in. and 3.00 p. in., and :<*a ve Cliarnbensburg for I latere town and Intermediate Stations at 1.45 p. in. Leave Cbambersburg for Waynesboro at 5 25 p. in. TRAINS VIA ALTRMWAtD CUT-OFF; Leave Hagerstown for Chambersburg and" Intermediate Station* at 8.10 a m. and 8.40 p. m,. aud ieave Clmmbertiburg for ilu^errtto.vn and Intermediate Stations at 0 12 a. ui. and 55.17 p. ill. ^ Additional trains leave Baltimore for Union Bridge and Intermediate Station* at 10.17 a. iu. and 6,10 p. in., and leave Union Bridge lor Baltimore at 6.05 a. in., and 12.50 p. m., daily except Sunday. Suni>ayhOslv.?Leave Baltimore for Union Bridge and Intermediate Station* 9.30 a. in. aud 2.35 p. in., and leave Union Bridge at G.45 I a. m., and 4.05 p. in. for Baltimore and Inter ? mediate Station*. Trains for Frederick leave Brucevilie at 8.38, 0.35 and 10.40 u. in., and 5.38 aud 6.30 p. it*.? Traiua for Litiletown and Taueytown leave Brucevilie 9.47 a. in. aud 3.45 p in. Leave Kocky Kid ire for Kmuiittburg at 8.20 and 10 40 a. in. and 3.31 and 6.34 p. in. Leave Kmmittburg for Kocky Kidge at 7.50 and 10.00 a. m. and 2 55 and 4.50 p, m. ?Daily. All others Daily, ejreept Sunday. fstops only to land passengers from Balti more. J. M. HOOD, Pres't. and (icn'l Man'gr. B. 11. GKI8WOLD, Gen'l Pass. Agent. March 28, 1 ?98. Contractors & Builders. FIRST CLASS WORK BY GOOD MECHANICS. If yon intend building or making altera tions, or if your proj?erty is in need of repairs, call or send postal to CHA8. II. GRIM, Contraetor and Builder. Box 289, Charles Town, W. Va. references.?I. U. Cofliuan, Win. Kahn Tbou. C, Earnshaw (work just finished). Special Attention to allKinds Jobbing. May 15. 18U4.