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Boils and Pi
Give Warning. AN UNFAILING SIGN THAT NATURE IS APPEALING When Nature is overtaxed, she has her own way of giving notice that assist ance is needed. She does not ask for help until it is impossible to get along without it. Boils and pimples arc an indication that the system is accumulating impurities which rnn liri Q must be gotten rid of; they arc an urgent appeal for assistance rull ilLLI i ?a warning that can not safely be ignored. To nezlect to purify the blood at this time means more than the annoyance of painful boils and unsiglitlv pimples. If these impurities are allowed to remain, the system succumbs to any ordinary illness, and is unable to withstand the many ailments which are so prevalent during spring and summer. Mrs. L. Gentile, 2001 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash , r-j ^ savs: " I was afllicted for a long time with pimples, which J were very annoying, as they disfigured my face fearfully. After using many other remedies in vain. S S. 9. promptly ^ nnd thoroughly cleansed my blood, and now I rejoice in SK. V * y - H a good complexion, which I never had before." & "ft Capt. W. H Dunlap. of the A. O. S. R. It.. Chattanooga. Tenn., u-rites: " Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon me, causing great pain and annoyance. My blood seemed to be in a riotous condition, and nothing I took seemed to do any good. Six bottles of S. S. S. cured me completely i anil my blood has been perfectly pure ever since." S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood remedy, because it is purely vegotable nnd is the only one that is absolutely free from potash and mercury. It promptly purities the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system, builds up the general health and strength. It cures Scrofula, Eczema,"Cancer, Rheuma tism. Tetter. Boils. Sores, etc., by going direct to the cause of the trouble and forcing out all impure blood. Books free to any address by the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, Stick ^Seat Open Surrey, j Beauty NEWEST DESIGN. A Popular Wagon. J aflt* Comfort. We make a full line of /fMifc light vehicles. Send for catalogue and name of dealer nearest to you handling our work. Every joh warranted. Price low considering quality of work. No. ?a. EAGLE CARRIAGE CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cooke & Phillips DEALERS IN IjL aB? PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY, CLASS, &.C. Sole Agents iii Charles Town fur the Genuine OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS anil Parts. The CELEBRATED B1RDSELL STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, The well known MILWAUKEE BINDERS AND MOWERS, UNDOUBTEDLY THE LIGHTEST DRAFT Machines on tlie 'Market. "FAMOUS OIIIO" CULTIVATORS, best on (lie 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 011 hand, Longman & Martinez Pure Prepared Paints, every gallon guaranteed; the oldtime Wood Frame Harrows, and everything in the General Hardware Line. Give us a call, we can SAVE YOU MOjSTEY. Myers Hay Tools a Specialty. Iloosier Single and Double Corn Planters the bc&t machines of the kind on earth; also have the Tiger. April 35, IS'. 9. ? Full Line of| Newest Desngras jBuggieS and| WE CLAIM xo BUILD ?Surreys ^ not the cheapest & V^V JSut tbe DBest fot tbe flBones. Every VeMcle made toy us, will speak for itself. Allow us to send you our catalogue, and the name of the nearest dealer to you handling our work. Barbour CO., ffiffiurer*. ^ SOUTH BOSTON, VA. j ? A A A * A A A. A AAA A A A AAA A A A A A A A A aX ?WW WW w W WWWvV ???????? vw G. T KNIGHT, (SUCCESSOR TO SALDER BROS.) I wish to inform my friends and patrons that I have suc ceeded the well-established Arm of Sadler Bros. I will still AND UNDERTAKING BUSINESS continue the FURNITURE A in FIRSI'-CLASS STYLE. My last few years connection with the firm enables me to guarantee perfect satisfaction.? I will keep on hand FULL LINE OF FURNITURE, of the very LATEST STYLES, consisting of Chamber Suits, Buffetts, Wardrobes, Parlor Suits, Extension Tables, Mirrors, Bed Springs, Lounges, Easels, Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses, Baby Carriages and everything that is kept in a first-class Furniture Store.? My Undertaking Depaitmunt is unoaqualled. 1 have the Lat Slyle Caskets, Collins and Burial Robes. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I hold a diploma from one of the best College? of Embalm ing, and will make EMBALMING - A - SPECIALTY. I will keep employed a competent workman, anil will be prepared to do Upholdsterinsr, make old Mattresses over, and do ANY KIND REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY. All work guaranteed- If not satisfactory, money refunded. Feb. 1. G. T. KNIGHT. RP.usic Lessons. MISS BERTH.\ A. RUIIL will continue to teach Vocal ami Instrumental Music ;it Iterresidence on the corner of Samuel and Liberty streets. Any one wishing Cart ful and Thorough Instruction at a very Moderate I'rive will <lo well by engaging her as their |uetruct:?r. March 31. Give Me A Bid. I offer my services to the public as an auc tioneer. with county and corporation license, and solicit a share of patronage. Having hail considerable experience. I guarantee sat isfaction. Charges reasonable. CHARLES RISSLEtt. Jan. 5, 1S117, Charlcs Town, \V. Va. A DEBT OP GRATITUDE TO MR. McGRAW. Appreciative citizens of Pocahon tas are moving to protect Hon. John T. MeGraw as fur as possible in the heavy obligations he assumed when he won the C. <fc O. extention into Pocahontas countv for the Green brier Valley by pledging the tisht of way free The crisis came iu New York last month when the railway magnatt-s were considering the ques tion of the route. They demanded not only a large share of -Mr. Mr G raw's interests in Pocahontas county but the gift of the light ot way as well. To rtfiisu either meant that the new railroad would he built in Virginia to connect with the Hot Springs branch. There was no tin).'-, to consult the land owners. A cision must, be had then and there Realizing the great iuterests that ?eie banging in the balance, Mr Mi Graw met the emergency like the public spirited, ready and reso'ut man he is, and obligated himscfir p:ovide the free rii>ht of way de manded, trustir.g to the people n< Greenbrier and Pocahontas coun ties to sustain him. It was a great responsibility which he voluntarily assumed, but it brought to his na live State of West Virginia ICO miles of new railroad, insured the development of on? of the richest fields of her natural resources and added millions of dollars to her tax able values. Mr. MiGraw is fairh ntitled to the gratitudes of West Virginians. And it is pleasant t."> observe the movement in Greenbr-et icd P.-.ahonta-) counties to cooper 'tc with him and share in part at east tlie burdens he so gallantlj liiru'.dered.?Monroe Watchman. "'Tis worth a bag of gold." Thjs ap pli.-s with special force to Hood's^Sarsa j arilla, America's Greatest Medicine. Worry I n ?/ The Charles on Gazette i- \vorr> inp si ??II iutu tlie y.r,x\ e, or I lit- I imam- Asylum by its f'-iir that 1>. inoi-ritts of 1 ^ 11 iriiiin in N ?!i<I ConveUlion, will mij> P'?rt Senator Gorman, Maryland, in *reiul i>f Hon. W .1. liryan. What i: Wes'. Virginia D inicriiis ilo favor dr Gorman, is iliere anything wr. ng i> thai? Haven't the Wis! \rir?rIi.* 1) ni" units a right to choose bitwicn Demo eratic candidates I*?r tin* Presidential nomination ? I-n't Mr Gorman as gijpr s Democrat as Mr. Hryati ? Then w? Iiy at til in gusli on tlie pari of the Charleslon Gazette? II any other Democrat is noin t innted for President rnlher than Mr. Bry an, tve should jnd^c from the i ditorial in I lie G.iz-ite, th.it it would holt tin ticket The G iz.-tte ? ii! learn that ever* Democrat earths i is "own sovereignty under his lint," and ni l u< I hi- dictated lo or hi* hissed by the editor oi the (la zct'.e.orany man or unv >e! of men ? Every D inocrat i? his own ' bos-," and will ael as lo him si-i nn best. ? Point Pleasant I!ei/'i/er (Pern ) A Rem I'm for Nasal Catarrh wbieh if dry ing ami I'xi'Uiuir to ill1! di-i'uml mem I r on should not be ii^Lit. What is needed Is itiat wbieh is cleansing, sooltilu;:. i>rnti:cj.Ing and beating. Sueli a remedy i- Kly's Cream H'llin l'o ii fi it a trial sizu for 10 cents or lbe I irge for f.O fonts is mailed by Kly Brothers. ?.<! Warren Street. New York. lJrnggbts keep it. Tlie Balm when placed Into the nostrils spreads over I he membrane and is absorbed. A fold in the loud vanishes quickly. Hun. Julio J. Davis, of Clurk?durg, in artceut interview mid: "It tl.e D.-ino crat-? lie prudent, I think their chance* ma}* beconsidered very good in tlii* :>iate. If' the parly net* widely and watches it? Ubucs I Lis ink the Democrats* of'WeM Virginia need not f? ar the re-u't." When aked it ?ii\er wwi'd figure in the ncx election he said : "Not an largely an it did in the last election, but I du nut meat, o imply hit hi.v? r w ill be dropp-d. I thick it w.ll do its p??rt, hut tin re ure ?thor issues that may dt vcl?*p into lead ing cj'iestinn-." CASTORIA. Bears tho /? The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of I ndies Con Wear Shoes Ono size . mailer after using Allen's Font-Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shot's. It iii.'ikc> tinht or hew chocs feci easy: gives in stant relief to curii'i ami 'fijiuions. It's the greatest comfort discovery. Allen's F< ot Eusc is a certain cure for ingrowing nail-, sweating. hot. aching' feet. Trial package FKEK. So d l>y druggiM*. irrocers. 'shoe Mores and gemral storekeepers every where By mail for 2a ets? in stamps. Address Allen S. Olmsted, I.e. Koy. N. V. DEER PARK HOTEI , Deer Park, Maryland Most Delightful Summer Kesort of the Alleghenies. S A ept by mom t un bre' zps, 2 800 feet above sea level. ArsoJutely 1'rc-o from malaria, hay fever and mosq'iitos. On Main J.ino'of Baltimore <V Ohio "Pail road. Hoif 1 and Cott cos. Every mod ern convenience. Room** en suUs with bath? Flee trio i aght-S Kiev ttor, Turk ish Baths two larg? Nwitnmlntr Prola, 'toIf Links, Tennis O ?nrts.- Howling A5 le* ?, Magnificent Drives. C mplete Liv ery Stable. Annapolis *aval Aeadomy Bard. Delightful c'ttazrs ? furnished for home keeping if desired) ready for ? ccui'?nry .lur e l<t. 1 fotr?l rpen from Jm e 2tih t s^ont< mber fO-li. For rate3 ar.d information address P. C. Jones, Manager, B. it O Building. Baltimore. Md , until June 10th. After that time. Deer Park. Garrett Co., Md. It rest- with you whclhrr you continue nerve-tilling tobacco habit. tHBpg removes the dcBi?<? for tobacco. v-'ith^ffeg IgwWB out nervous distress. expelaaico-^j/w a If gfffjf' tine, purities the blood, fi r Hl* ,50c. stores lost manhcod. ? k boxes nukes you stron^^g y .1 5 A A*5-*psotd 400,000 in health, ncrvov^' & U 19 ca^cs curtil. Uuy and pockct-j^tfT v J? ^XO TOBAC from bonis. A ? r ^**;.'our own drufrffi't. \rIio E 8 B vouch for us. Take it with wtUjpatii*ntly;|ier?l*tDr.tly. One box.si. usually euros; sboxo.jiW, pa^'*Ja? jraarunteed to cure, or we refund ninnry. K.ISicrtinc CraudjCo., Eonirfsl. Etw Itirk. WEEK END RATES. Beginning Satiir'ay. May 13. and continu ing to and inc-ndiitg Sund ty. S-jp:. ~4. 1 IK), theSuut hern i'uil way will placu i * ? ffect a rate of one fare fur the round tri?? from llarrison hurg. Warreutou. Orange. Hound 111:1 and intermediate >tat-ions to Washington. I), ('.. and return, tit kcts t<> be sold ouSatunlaj and Sunday i?f caeli week, goud returning the fol lowing Monday The two-day round trip rate now in elfect will l?e Sold during tiic week as in the past. The-e Wet k-end ia*??s are also on sale at Washington and Alexandria to coin mutation points in Virginiu. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Gi APOLINE and Oil Stov<*g, and the Best I Stove GusoMue aud Coal Oil to use iu [them, foi pale low at- Ea*tcrday & Co.'s Tin and Stove House. S. Charles street. sy using the Rosemorst Radiators " XIic Popular Kind " + f^fahes One i Stove do the ? ... I work of three Can be connected to any ? ? ? ? ? ? ? kind of stove. Saves time, fuel and money. By the use of a damper you can turn the head on or-off as desired. Their heating power is wonderful. Easily cleaned. The great amount of heat usually passing out of the chimney is arrested and made to do service in place of another stove. ROSEMONT RADIATORS are neat and attractive. Prices reasonable. Send for circulars, prices, etc. Liberal discount to the trade. Wells & Co., Royersford, Pa. Manufactured by Floyd BOYS and GIRLS, You can have one of our ^ "AL-ARD" Juvenile Ilicycle* by selling our household special , ties which we manufacture. Ten s wheel ns a premium for selling ^ u certain numtx-r of our goods. The " AL-ARD" is a find-class, up to. date child's wheel. 17 1-VMn. frame, 20 * to order, short bend, 1 :M in. drop, 24 wheels, 51-4 In. two-piece keylefs ' crank (drop forged), nickel plated handle bar, raised or drop]>ed with expander, padded or racing saddle, sprockets and 8,3-16 in. chain, tool-hag with I tools, handsomely enameled dark green or maroon and decorated, speeial colors to order. All parts duplicated and Interchangeable so that repairs can bo had at a small cost. Wo manufacture i this wheel, guarantee It six months and pay the freiuht. Our " Automatic Carpet Stretcher ' and Tnrker" Is a quick seller. Operator stands In stretching and tacking carpet and can drive . lift v tacks i?er minute. The Columbia Tack Culler and Royal Dust Heater sell at sight for F 25 cents. We also manufacture the ** A L- A KD" In lailles and AnftA?A? gents size, 20 in. fnime, 28 in. wheels. Strictly high grade, \\ | wo give as a premium or sell direct. Write at onco for full . .. ticulars, us now is tho time to take orders for the coming season. in iioyai liUHt neater sen at signt lor S'whTch ?rJV\AAA/V| ssar* ^^^AAaaaaJ THE GODDARD & ALLEN CO., 8oo State Street, Beloit, Wis. The EM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. 500 NEW Carriages & Buggies. T/trti?A Sloughy What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neitlier Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms jind allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea?Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borno tho signature of . and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex periments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and CMldren?Experience against Experiment. of Southern Pennsylvania and Maryland, Wish lo announce to the people of Charles Town and vicinity tlml they are heller prepared than ever (o furnish Hugnics, Carriages, Spindle and Dayton Wagons, at bottom prices. ALL MATERIAL AND GOODS FIRST CLASS. I)? not purchase until you address us at Sliippenslmnr, l\i.. or Ilagerstown, Mil. ; or you can rccoivo full information from Mr. Adam Brown, at lilt Carter Mouse, Charles Town. Anir. 'J.'ili- ? t The "FLORENCE .A. HORSE ? c knows the difference J between a light and* heavy draught wagon.? Only carefully selected f and thoroughly sea- ? soned Hickory and^ White Oak are used. WIDE TRACK ONLY. vv line, v-rius. arc uxu. ^ Our wagons are fitted with Turnbull Patent Bolster Springs, when ordered. ? Every Wagon warranted. Ask your dealer to show you the "FLOR- J ENCE" Wagon, if lie does not keep it, write to us. We want live awake dealers 0 in unoccupied territory. Shipping facilities are the best. J _ FLORENCE WAGON WORKS, ? Wholesale Jfaniifacturcrs. FJLOBENCli3, AT^A. 4 "?Hammock WITH -OWNING ATTACHMENT MA/VF 'D BY THE OttfO ftAffE Co. Dayton. 0. Jno. A. Washington. R. W. Alexander. Washington & Alexander, Insurance Agency, ONE OF THE OLDEST INSURANCE AGEN CIES IN THE STATE. Office Gibson Building, Cbarles Town, "W. Va. Representing the foitowipg Companies : The old and reliable vBTNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn., Giving: tbe beet results to policy holders, and which has a larger amount of policies iu Jefferson Comity than all other Life Insurance Companies together. Liverpool ?fc London ?fc Globe, of England, Scottish Union and National, of Scotland and the Royal Iusurauce Co., of Liv erpool, the largest foreign Co's. doimr business in America. /ETNA, OF HARTFORD. Peahody, of Wheeling, W. Va. Franklin, of Wheeling. German Fire, of Wheeling. Phoenix, of Hartford. Virginia Fire and Marine, of Richmond, Va. Georgia Home, of Columbus. Ga* Fire Association, of Philadelphia, Pa. Continental, of New York. Gcrman-Amvricnn Fire Insurance Co.,of New York. Iloine Insurance Company, ot New York. Niagara Fire Insurance Co., of New York. Fidelity and Casualty, of New York City, furnishing Steam Boiler Insurance and Inspections and Accident Insnrancu of every kind. Fidelity and Deposit Company, of Maryland, the only company authorized to grant bonds and become surety in the state. JEFFERSON COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. All losses promptly adjusted and paid at our office. Sub-Agents: J. S. FLEMING, Shepherdstown, W. Va. CHAS. H. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. A sworn statement of the conditions of all Foreign insurance Companies represented in this Agency will be found at the Clerk's OOicc, in compliance with the State laws. We solicit a coutinuaucc of your patronage, Respect full v, WASHINGTON ?fc ALEXANDER. Feb, 19. 1895. The Jefferson County MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company. Established 1878. JOHN A. WASHINGTON, Secretary. Offlcc. Gibson Building. Court-House Yard, Churlentown. OFFERS to thu people of Jefferson Count) Insurance in a safe Company attlie aetual cost of insurance, which is much cheaper than the rates usually charged, and keeps the uiouoy at home. Good risks from responsible parties are invited. Executive Committee meets every Friday DiltECTOHS?Jos. Trapucll, Henry B. Daven port. J. Garland Hurst. John W. Rider, W. 11. V. Lewis, R. Preston Chew, W in. L. W ilson, F.ugcne liaker.S. W. Washington,II. L. Snyder, Win. C. Frasier. John H. Zittlc. Jacob t>. Melvin. E. G. W. Herr. Isaac n. Stridor. i. 11. STK1DER President. II. B. DAVENPORT Treasurer. Executive Committee?J. Us Hurst, Win. II. T I.ewis. Eugene Baker, Isaac H. Stridor, Jos. Trapncil. S." W. Washington; i Geuernl Agents: WASHINGTON A ALEXANDER, Charles Town, W. Va. Sub-Agents : J. S. FLEMING. Shiplierdstowii, W. Va. < II. Tli.vl I- Ilarpci'a Kerry, W. \ a. Jan 12, ISO'2?odnl'3,79. COACH FAGTOKY, LIVEEY, &<J. rpiIF. undersigned having purchased tlio'old X established Coaeli Factory of the late U ullf ,1. ilawks. in Charlostown, with the view of en tering into the Carriage Business, in all its branches, offers for sale a largo uuui <:r of Now and Second-hand CARRIAGES, BUGQItS, JAGGERS, vtc., at the lowest price* and upon the most at commodating tonne. Old Carriages taken in Exchange for Netc. ALL KINDS OF KEPAIR8 done with neat ness and diopatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses and Carriages FOK HIRE. fn connection with the above I will contlnuJ the LIVERY BUSINESS. ttiul be prepared to famish Carriages Busies aud Jaggere at the shortest notice. The above business will Vie under the su perintendence of Abrani Stump. UNDERTAKING. I am prepared to give mv special attention to Ihe busiucfc* of Undertaking. . , Beimr a practical mechanic and determined to give'Vatisfnetion, I respectfully solicit a sliar of mi blic patronage. Plir,a#T.i,i?v May 15, 1877- . LEWIS STAHKY. JEFFERSON FOUNDRY AND Machine Shops, Situated on Bcrryville Turnpike, within the Corpiyate Limits C. 'jna.lcstowu. To All lvVtom It Mny Concern I take this method of announcing to the fanning community ol Jetloson and adjoining counties, that I do all kinds of Mac'/ine Re pairii.g. such as Tractioa and Portable En gines. Wheat Threshers. Grain Drills. Wheat Fans, Corn Shellers. aud in fact all kinds of Kepalriuir. In both Wood aud Ironi ; also make Smoke STaeksfor Stationary aud Portable En giner. Patching Steam Boilers, and putting in new llews or tubcB. Am prepared to do all k,"dBLACKSMITHINC. Lfeht or Iloavy, in first-class manner Special attention paid to Repairing Mill Spiudlcs. I have one of tbe latest improved Turning Lathes which cannot be excelled in the State, for Turning Iron and Chasing Screws, lar"e and small, either Iron or Brass. K?op 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, ^i.gle and Check Valves of Jcnkin." Bros. Pa tent Scats cf Philadelphia; all sold under guarantee of thirty days, and if Dot found sat isfactory return and I will refund the amnuut paid, f keep in stock Packing of diilerent kinds for making Stcaui-Tight Joints; also mauufactu.e the Sun-Fifli Plow, improved, lu throe different sizes, as follows: a Heavy Three-Horse. Two and Three, and a regular Two-IIorse Plow. \|Y FOUNDRY DEPARTMENT. Will make all kinds of Castings from pat terns or old piercb of casting. Also have pat terns for Grate Bars for Traction or Portable Engines of Frick's make-and others. Make Sash-Weights for Buildings of all sizes, in |ar"c quantities lower than the lowest, and I am^prepared to make all kiud of Brass Cast ing's. I keep on baud the Challenge Pump, ainl Water Elevator and Purifier, for deep Wells and Cisterns, of which I have all ex tru Chains. Cranks. Wheels. Ac. Went for the CROWN WHEAT DRILL.-? Would he pleased if any one in need of a Drill before purchasing elsewhere would give me a CJ,'!v;it thank the public generally for a share of their petronagc. Vours res.^tfull^ Address P. O. Box 81. September 17, 188U. NewLivery inCharlesTown The nnderMsrncd has taken the well known and commodious Watson House Stables, and proposes to conduct the LIVERY BUSINESS in the moss satisfactory ntmticr. Will bare for hire good HORSES, BUGGIES, PH.-ETONS, SURREYS, DAYTON WAGONS and LARGE HACK, any and all of which will be let out on short notice aud at reasonable rates. The pnblic patronage solicited, and satisfaction assured, Nov. ?-y. W. K, GLAS8FORD, March 12, 1890. Charles Town. \V. Vu. SoutU anil Wcrtbonnd. No. 3. No. ST. 8:45 a. in. ":47 l*- m" Northbound. A.4?. TICKETS I?llopoTnts O HIO, IN DI AN a. It LI NO IS, WISCONSIN, MISSOUfl'. KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS. CALIFORNIA. TEXAS, The WEST, RORTH-WEST, S0DTH-WES1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ?. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE ? NORTH AND EAST. 'ULLMAN VESTIBULEO COACH'S A WO SLEEPING CABS. HE THAT TOOK TICUTS HAS 0V!R THE NORFOLK^WESTERN RAILROAD. CHEAPEST, BEST and QUICKEST LINE. Write Tor Rates. Maps. Time-Tables. Descriptive Pamphlets, to auy Station A pent, or to W. tt. BCVILL. ALLEN HULL, M.F. IMOQ, Gen. Pass. Agt. Dir. Pau. Aft. Tmv. Pass. i|tr I0AN0KE.VA. CtllMIUS, I* IIAI81E.VA. June 27. *99. Southern Railway. BetweenWasiiixoton, Alexandria, Stras RUItO AND llARR JOXRUltO. CondcnsedTluie Tables, iu Effect May 7. 1599 (Trains Nop. 9 and 80 daily ; trains Nos. 13. 71. 14 aud 72 daily, except Sunday.) SOUTHWARD. No. 9. No. 18 No.71. Leave A.M. P.M. A.M. Washington . s 01 4 01 Alexandria. 8 28 4 38 Mauuassaf 9 83 5 08 Plains 10 :>0 5 53 Front Rovai 11 40 ? 07 Kiverton 11 52 7 IS P. M. Strasbnrj; lis 15 7 37 5 50 Strasbur^r Junction. 12 25 7 45 If 20 Woodstock 12 45 SOS 7 12 Ediutmrg 12 55 S IS 7 4-1 Mt. Jaekeou 1 0'J 8 S4 8 17 New Market 1 -28 S 49 8 47 Broadway 1 30 9 OS 9 12 Arv Harrisonburg.. 2 c0 9 30 10 00 NOKTHWAKD. No. 14. No. 80. No.72. Leave A.M. P.M. P.M. Harrisonl'tinr I? 45 8 10 7 15 Broadway. ~ 7 00 8 41 7 5s New Market 7 17 8 50 8 20 Mt.. Jacksou 7 ?0 4 14 8 58 Ediuburt; 7 44 4 81 9 27 Woodstock 7 58 4 48 9 4S Stra.^luir^ Junction. 8 15 5 08 10 80 Strasburg 8 22 5 14 10 55 Kiverton. 8 42 5 87 Front Royal 8 52 5 47 Plains 9 58 7 Manillas 10 50 7 55 Arv. Alexandria 11 85 8 45 Washington 12 00 9 05 Nos. 14 and 86 counect with main line trains for all points South and Southwest, aud at Washington for all Eastern Cities. No change of oars between Washington and Harrisonburg on Nos. 18 and 14. For detailed in for atlon applj- to nearest agcut of Southern Railway, or write to L. 8. Browu. General Agent, Washington. D. 0. FRANK S. GANNON, Sid Vice-Prfft. ?fe (Jeu'l MV'r. J. M.CULP. Trallic Mar. ?Ian 81. W. A. TV UK, CJen'l pass.Agt. West Virginia Central & Pittsburg Railway Co. In Effiet M?y 14, 180.1. Southward. Slationf. Norlhwar'. No. :i. No. 1 No. 2. No. 4. P.M. A.M. I'-M. I'-M. f:i 15 f? <0 Cumberland f- 1,0 t'i 20 3 43 7 29 liawlinirs II HI 5 51 4 OH 7 -V3 Keyeer 11 OH 5 SO 4 10 8 05 Wwttril|iort 1'.1 58 5 -0 4 20 8 09 W.Va.C. Juliet, 10 51 5 IS 4 45 8 85 Sliuw 10 28 4 45 5 08 1100 llarriFon fin 10 +1 33 ?5 50 ?? 50 F.Ik Garden *8 10 *8 30 +5 41 +9 85 Uurmau t'.' 35 f.3 54 5 47 0 4^ Bayard II 20 3 4'J 5 50 0 fit Dftibiii 0 10 3 30 li 02 0 :8 Henrv 0 15 3 35 0 a? 10 !!7 Tin.mas 8 48 3 12 0 .'5 ill 55 Ilavis 8 05 2 25 0 31 10 31 Cokuton 8 41 3 05 6 59 11 01 llulidrkkB 8 10 - 2 35 7 03 11 04 Ilaiubleton 8 07 2 3a 7 0r> 11 07 B relit 8 03 2 28 7 08 1110 l'nrsons 8 00 a 35 7 43 11 45 Kerens 7 25 1 54 8 00 12 00f Elklns +7 10 tl 40 +8 ai 12 20* Beverly *?> Oi tl 18 js 50 13 45* Huttonsvllle, *6 40 fl'i 50 2 30* lieliugtou *11 15 I*. M. I'. M. A. M. A.M. t Daily. 'Daily Except Sunday. <}. W. IIAHKISON, 0. 1.. BUKTZ, Geii'l I'usfeu^'1* Agt. (Jcll'l Manager. May 23. 1899. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Patents I RADt IVIAKfta Designs Cop\ rights 4lc. Anyone sending a sketch end description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communlea tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free, oldest ntrency for securtng patents. Patents taken through Munn k Co. receive tptrial notice, without charae. in the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. J .unrest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, (-3 a year; four months, fL Bold by all newsdealers. MUNN &Co.36,B?New York Branch Office. G35 F St., Washington, D. C. Market House Grocery And Provision biore. w Store. NN N KEE W XV XV N N N EP XV W W N N N K VV \V \V \V n j N NN KEE W W VJ00C18. FRESH . ROCERIES. 1 have Jjist opened a full line of CHOICE GROCERIES, of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS. SUGAR. TEAS, COFFEES. STRIPS. BACON, SLICED HAM, BOLOGNA. B.est and Freshest Coods, Lowest Prices. ??"BUTCHERING BUSINESS ill conducted at eauie stand. The choicest to**ats <?f every character constantly ou hand. S. C. YOUNG. AM 5/03-y. Painting, Papering, Ac THE undersigned U prepared to do all kinds of Paiuting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Ac. Prices moderate ami prompt attention given to all orders. T. M. BAKER. May 2, 'i??tf. J3. & O. RAILROAD Time Table la effect May 14, !f 0^^ until fui tiler uotli-u^P NORTHWARD. S 14 44 p t ss. Pnss. Mix'd. Leave A.M. A. M. P.M. Lexington 4 15 11 40 a DO Staunton 5 48 t 15 p. m. 4 ;;q Harrisoubure. 6 38 a 10 7 Co Traill S couuects w.tli Southern R. )i. ut<f\ flarrisonburcr at 7.00 a. m. [or Str:is(iur'r Junction aud Harper's Ferry Division. 20 8 14 Pass. Pass. A.M. A.M. P.M. Strasbnrg 8 SO 5 15 Capon Road .. IS -O 5 18 Winchester ... 0 00 ?J0l 5 58 Stephensou ... 0 09 9 11 0 04 Charles Town. 0 45 1147 0 48 llariHirV Kerry 7 0S 10 10 7 as Washington .. 9 20 11 55 1) 40 Baltimole 10 SO 13 53 1103 Philadelphia .. 13 54 S Oil 8 55 New York .... S 00 5 40 0 50 SOUTHWARD. 59 55 19 Pass. Pass. Puss. Leave A.M A.M. P.M. New York 11 "0 Philadelphia .. Baltimore 7 SO 4 SO Washington... 8 00 ^ ^ 6 80 Ilarpcr's Ferry 10 49 13 40 7-3 Charles Town. It CO 1 04 8 05 Stephenson ... 11 34 1 41 8 M> Winchester ... 11 44 I 53 0 03 Capon Road... 12 20 2 03 Strasburg 18 33 2 38 Train 59 connrct with Southern R. R. at Strusburg Junction at 13.25 und 7.45 p. ni. for llurrisouburg. 95 17 59 Mixed. Pa**. Puts, A.M. A.M. P.M. Harrisouliurg . 10 20 7 15 2 SO Stuuuton 12 SO 8 0-> 3-8 Lexington .... ?' _n Mixed Trains South hound pass CharlesTowu _ a.' 8.23 und 0.45 a. 111. Arrive ut Strnsburg ^ Junction ut 0.02 and 10.S0 a. ru. Mixed tralus nortliliouud pass Charles Town at 3 80 p. in. uud l.bSa.m. Arrive ut Harper's Ferry ut 4.20 p. ui. aud I SO a. tn. CONNECTIONS. Train 8 connects at Hurpcr'sFerry with Post LlmltcdExprcss truiu leaving at 12.41 a.m. anil 1*01 p. ui. arriving at Chicago9.80a. in.; und 13 00 noon, uud with train leaving nt 5.14 & p. 111. arriving nl Cincinnati! at 7.45 n. til.. St. ^ Louis 0.00 p. ui.; aud connects at Weajerton nt 11.40 a. 111.. arrive at llagerstown nt 12.40 11 111 Washington Junction with train arriv ing ui Frederick at 1.65 p. u>. Train 14 connects with ra-t Vci-tihulo train at Harper's Ferry at 9:44 p. in. for Chlcairo, ot 10:21 p. in. for Pittsburg and 13:55 a. 111. for Clnciuniitti and St. Louis. Arrive ut Pitts burg at 7.00 u. Ill , Chicago ut 9:45 p. ill.. Cin cinnati! at 5 p. ill., and St, Louis 0:30 u. 111. Pullman Puluce Sleeping Cars aru run through to Cincinnati, St. Louts, and Chlcugo oil all express tralus. For rules, tickets, bagnage cheeked, apply to any otllce of the 11. .t O. Railroad, F. I) UNDERWOOD, Ucu'l Manager. I). 11. MARTIN, Mau'gr Pass. Truffle. Dee. 0. 1S9S. ' Western Maryland R. R. Sclicdulc in cffcct June 12, 1899. MAIN LINE. Stations. A. M. A. M. P. M Lc. Cherry Run 5 20 9 40 Big Pool 5 28 0 48 Cleur Spring 5 85 9 5IS Charllou 5 40 10 03 WillianiBport.P. V.. .. 5 49 10 12 Ar. Ilugcrstown 0 OS 10 25 Lc. Williamsport 5 54 Lc IlniMTBtown 7 02 2 05 *4 10 Cheweville 7 20 2 :.0 Stmthsbu,rg 7 27 2 29 4 23 Kdgcmont 14'J 2 45 4 35 Ar. i1lillirlil 7 50 2 50 l.o. nighdeM 7 50 2 5<1 Fairfield 8 10 3 24 Uctiyshurjir 8 43 52 New Oxford 9 05 4 14 Hanover 9 22 4 31 Ar. Porter# 9 36 4 4j> Lc. Porters 9 38 5 2? Spring Cirove 9 47 5 35 A r. York 10 12 0 CO I as. H li?h fleld 7 50 2 5G Thurinout 8 10 3 21 5 28 HoekvHid"c 8 26 3 St 5 38 Bruecville"? 8 87 3 44 5 45 Union Bridge 8 45 3 54 New Windsor 8 54 4 05 5 0T Westminster 0 Kinory Grove ? ? 0.i Glyndon 0 43 5 04 A#? Ar. Baltimore 10 27 0 05 717 o A.M. A.M. P.M. Lc. Baltimore *4 30 8 11 4 01 Glyndon 5 10 911 5 5ft fcy,in^r.v:;::.v:. 5 3? V4 New Windsor 5 50 10 10 0 03 Union Bridge 5 57 10 ?0 6 18 Bruccvillc. "03 "> 2? ? Rocky Ridge ?2?S Thurmont.. ... 8 31 10 58 6 47 Ar. Highlleld 1? 2S 7 2'J Lo. York 0 00 4 10 Sprlug Grove 0 24 4 85 Ar. Port ens 9 3 J 4 4!) Le. Porter# 0 3i ft 27 Hanover 9 40 5 3D New Or ford 10 03 ft 55 Gettysburg 10 28 6 111 Fuirfleld 10 50 6 40 Ar. llighfleld 11 25 7 17 Lo Hlgbfleld 1128 7 20 Edgeniout 7 08 11 42 7 33 8inTthsbnrg f7 11 1150 7 41 CbowsvUle 11 57 7 50 Ar. Hagerstown .... *7 80 12 10 8 0ft Ar. Wlliamsport 8 2(1 Le. llagerstown - 8C8 121ft 8 10 William*port, P.V.... 821 1227 831 Charlton 8 20 12 36 8 41 Chear Spring 8 34 12 41 8 47 Big Pool 8 411 12 5-3 W 01 Ar. Cherry Hon 8 40 12 55 9 05 Bi.ub Mountain Kxi*iikh<( (Parlor Car) leaven Baltimore, daily, except Bj inlay, 3 23 p. in., for IItigers!own. Itetnrning leaves Ha, gerstown 0.43 a. in. Arrive Baltimore 9.31 Additional trains leave Baltimore for Union Btldge and Intermediate Stations at 10.17 u* m. and 5.00 and 0 07 p. ill., and leave Union Bridge for Baltimore at 5.20 and 0,37 a. tu., and 12.55 p. m., daily, except Sunday. 8uxda vsOni.y.?Leave Baltimore for Union Bridirc and Intermediate Stations 0.35 a. in. and 2 35 p. in . aud leave Union Bridge at 6 45 a. m., and 3.58 p. m. for Baltimore and Inter mediate Station*. BALTIMORE A CUM IIKKt.AN D YAI.J.ET DKAXCII lAiU<o Ha^crstowii for Waynesboro, Oh itn bersbnrg and Intermediate Stations nt 6 25 it. ni.. and for Shippensburg and Intermediate Stations at 11.10 a m. and 7.00 p. m. Leave Sbinpensburg for Hagerstown and In terim diate Stations at 0.00 a. ni. and 3.00 p. m., aud :'eave Chamltersbnrg for Hagerstown and Intermediate Stations at 1.45 p. in. THAINS VIA ALTENWALD CUT-OFf. Leave Hagerstown for Cba robersbnrg and luteriricdiate Stations at 6.12 a.m. and 3.17 p. tu.. and ieave Chambersburg for Hagerstown and Intermediate Stations at 7.18 a. ui. and 7.40 p. in. Trains forFrederiek leave Bi ucevtlle at 8.3S, 0.35 and 10.40 a. m.9 and 5 38 and 0.25 p. n?.? Train* for Litlletown aud Taneytowu lrave Brueeville 9.47 a m. and 3.45 p in. Leave Kocky Uidge for Emmitsburg at 8 20' and 10 40 a. m. aud 3.31 and 0.36 p. iu. Leave Kiniuitfebur-r for Kockyltldge at 7.10 aod 10.00 a. in. and 2 50 and 4.50 p. in. ?Daily. All others Daily, except 8tinday. fStojfe only to land passengers from Baltl* more. J. M. nOOD, Pres't. and t?en*l Man'gr. B. II. GK1SW0LD, Gen1! Pass. Agcut. June 28. 1893. Contractors & Builders. FIRST CLASS WQRK BY GOOD MECHANICS. If yen Intend building or making altera tions. or if jour pro)>erty U in need of repair., coll or send porta! to CI1A8. H. GRIM. Contractor and Builder. Bo* 239, Cbarlea Towu, VV. Va. heperences.?I. U. Coffman, Wm. Kabn Tlioj. U, Earnsbaw (work jatt tlniabed). Special Attention to allKinds Jobbing. May 15, 18SM.