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DICK & DORSEY,
General Purchasing Agents, 97-103 CEDAU ST., NEW YORK. Wliy buj Drc s Good* <it banc, wlicrc the assortnitmt is so t-mall? Be up to date. Get the latest ttyles in DRESS GOODS. MATTINGS, CARPETS, FURNITURE, HARDWARE, BICYCLES, &c., from first bauds in New York City, at prices tnncb below what you wonld pay for the same quality of goods at home What we sell comes direct from the manufacturer and wholesaler^ are new styles and fresh goods, and we sell at but little above wholesale prices Our Japanese Mattirg at 16 cents the yarJ can cot l>e duplicated at less than 23: ourCar j>et at 65 cents the /ard is cheap at 9'*; u dozen pair of nice sox, standard colon ,$1.10, worth much more; a dozen fine white whirls, #5. We also sell these 6ingly if not less than three shirts are ordered. And so it goes? first-class goods that can be depended upon. We seud DressGoods samples to all parts of the United State?. If j*ou need anything in that liuc it would give us pleas ire to send samples and quote pi ices, a postal v/ill brine t bem. A fine suit of clothcs for SCi.50, $7. 47. 0. S8 and $9. These suits are uofth almost dou ^ ble tbe price, and please everybody who lias W bought them. Samples of tbe cloth submitted. Want a Bicycle? Let ns quote prices on auy wheel you may desire, whether you buy or not. Price the goods at home, get our figures, then compare. That's all we ask. Corre spondence solicited. DICK & DORSEY. 97-103 Cedar St.. May 2?13t. New York City. f CHARLES RISSLER, Undertaker & Embalmer, CHARLES TOWN, W. YA. Will furnish nil kinds of Caskets and Cof fins, and do Embalming according to the latent and most approved modes. Offices in Mux well Building, (formerly occu pied by Hon. W. H. Trnvers7)-where be may be found at all hours, either day or niglit. July II, 1899-y. THE JEFFERSON COOPERAGE COMPANY, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA., ? ^ MANUrACTEKEKS OF FLOUR, APPLE AND LIME BARRELS, AND OAK STAVES AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF COOP ERAGE STOCK. Main Office and Yard on Bilt Line. o A specialty of FLOUR AND APPLE BAR RELS,which will be sold at reasonable prices. Will pay ?4 per cord of 123 cubic feet for food Stave and Heading Timber, delivered at actory. ? FIRE WOOD, in any lengths, sold and delivered on short uoticc. July 18, 1809->%_ Strasburg Curb Quarries. Will get ant aud furnish to order all kiud3 of CURBING, STONE STEPS. CROSSINGS, WINDOW SILLS, BASES FOR TOMBSTONES, ETC.. Cat from the BEST VALLEY LIMESTONE. All orders addressed lo GEO. W. ARMENTROUT, local agent at Charles Town, W. Va., will re ceive prompt attention, .Maj a. itaa-if. HENRY DUMM, Center Room of Pentz Building. NEW PROCESS BREAD, ^rabam Bread. Rye Bread aud Raisin Br?ud FRESH DAILY. TIES, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM in any quantity delivered on short uotiee. FREE BOOK, EXPLAINING THE NEW HOME ELECTRICAL TREATMENT, for the Physical Weaknesses of 3Ier. and Women. II jroa are discouraged and disgusted with remedies which do not curc, write for this Book, and you will never refirrct it WWE ABE CUBING THOUSANDS. ytmerican Slectroeure Co., Dep't. No. 1, Vineland, N. J. Sept. 13. I8?i- ly. First-Class Restaurant JVicely Filled up for AU Seasons. JAMES W. THOMAS ^^Vprepared to serve all Eatables iu season at ?Tfiis Washington Street Restaurant, four doors west of the Hotel Watson, at all hours, and invites bis friends and the public at lar^e to ? call aud give bim a trial. Everything put up in the mo*t approved style, uuB every effort made to please the most fastidious, be his api>eiite ever so dainty. Oysters In every style a specialty, and orders j^pr Dressed Poullry. for family use, giveu ^prompt and careful atteution Dec, lft, *96. For Rent, From liour until tlic lV- 01 April next. a I>*elliDg Booso on Soulli Lnwreuce etreor. in Cliarliai l'own. with Stable; al'O siniill Stort " Room in L'eutz Building, with basetnunt room ndioinlng. Applv to tbe undersigned on "Hiioiaeld" ffrm.ncarWalker't. Crou Roads, .or to N. S. J. 3tn?)er, in Charles Town. Juae 6?1(> A. C. LINK. PIANOS AND ORGANS. You C"ii Bug the World-Renowned On convenient form*, lints aFfunn; yourself tliat the cost will not Ikj u burden. aiid that your money is providing the best Piano 1 hat's lIKldc. Complete Catalogue for the Asking. REPAIRING ANI> TUNING GET QUICK ATTENTION. CHARLES M. STIEFF, Warcrooms?9 Liberty St., Baltimore. Factory?East J.afayette Ave., Aiken ami Lanvulu streets. A. L. Anderson.] [Geo. W. Anderson. A. L. Anderson & Co.. West "Srii*g-ini?, CARRIAGE WORKS, MtllDLEWAT, JEKFEKSON CO., W. VA. TIIK undersigned have bcc-n established in the Carriage Business on the Middleway tud Sheplierdstown turnpike, one milenortliof Middleway, for four years past. and during that time have been doing a large aud constant ly in creasing business in the manufacture of CARRIAGES, JUMP-SKATS. END SPRING E-BAR BUGGIES JENNY LINDS, PHOTONS, J AGGERS, &C. Our work lias been sold all through Jefferson and adjoining counties, and has always given satisfaction in evcr\* 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 r-rices we pledge ourselves to do work as low or lower than first-class work can be done for elsewhere. If parties wish to consult us in regard to work, ai:u do not find it convenient to visit our fac tory, we will, if notified by postal card, send a representative of the firm to visit them at their homes, and give all necessary information. Second-hand vehicles and good Horses ta'tcn In exchange for work. We keep constantly a large variety of New '/chicles in stock, and have also Sccond-Iland Carriages. Buggk-s. &c., which we sell very low. A. L. ANDERSON & CO. May 9. 1SS2?y. CKARLESTOWN IVlarble & Granite Works, Cor. George and Nortn Streets. DIEHL & BRO., Manufacturers of MONUMENTS, ??? TOMBS, STATUES Slate and Marble Mi-AJsrriiiLS, Tiling, and all kinds of Building Marble and Sandstones. All orders promptly filled at the lowest rates. All work guaranteed. JunctfO. 1S01?odMhl4,71. rnos. u. mooke. CI. EON B. mooke. M O O R E & MO ORE insurance & Real Estate AGENTS. CHARLES TOWN, W, VA. Olllce in the Maxwell Hiii'din?, next door to Hon, W. II. Travcrs. Representing the following Fire Iueurauce Companies: NOIITII BRITISH AND MERCANTILE of England. CALEDONIAN, of Scotland. LANCASHIRE, of England. PHILADELPHIA UNDERWRITERS, HANOVER, of New York. GREENWICH, of New York. UNITED STATES, of New York, PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, R. I. MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. We. also represent the FENN MUTUAL- LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY, of Phlladulobia, one of the oldest purely mu tual life insurance companies doing business iu ihe United States. All policies absolutely incontestable from date of issue. Loan, Cash, paid urtkor extended iusnrauee after three years. Dividends anuuallv*. All business entrusted to our care will re ceive prompt atteution. Respectfully. Feb. 21, TO. MOURE ?fe MOORE. C. W. TAYLOR, House, Sign and Fresco Painter, PAPER HANGER & GRAINER January -"< C. HERMANN, Florist, 38-44 W. Soulii St.. FREDERICK, MD. Will supply, on short notice, DECORATION and BEDDING PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, and FLORAL DESIGNS. Decorations for Weddings, Receptions etc., a specialty. May 34?y. Sing Kee Laundry. Brown Building, opposite National Bank. CFIARLES.TOWN, W. VA. ^ Our Laundry turns out the very best of work. Work taken every day and turned out the second or third. Shirts. Collars and CulTs in gloss or domestic finish, just us you like it. Our work, is all done by huud.aud your clothes will la-t twice as long as when washed by ma chinery, Please give ine a call. All Work guaranteed. Yours rcspccifullv. April 1?6m. SING KEE. Blacksmithing. The undersigned has taken the old and well known Thoa. \V. Davis Blacksmith Shop, and will horcaiter conduct the Smith Business in all itn dutches ut this old established staud. Horse-Shoeing a specialty, and all kinds of work executed promptly and at reasonable rateq. Has InurroBg experience in the busi ness,, and wilt-guarantee satisfaction. July 5^y. ABRAHAM ARMSTRONG. attest fKrginra Unioersitj), MORGANTOWN. W. VA. The Summer Quarter begins July I, Fall Quarter October i, Winter Quarter January I, Spring Quartet April x. Faculty of 56 professors and instructors. 6 buildings, and 3 new ones to be added at once. 815 students last year, besides xzz students by correspondence. Colleges: Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Mechanic Arts, Law, and Agriculture Schools; Music, Commercial, Preparatory. Departments : Drawing and Painting, Mil itary, Physical Training, Domestic Science, Instruction by Correspondence. Pour Year Courses: Classical, Scientific, Philosophical, Modern Literature, Civil Engineering. Mechanical Engineering, Law, Agricultural. Two Year Courses (not leading to degrees): Premedical. Law (admitting to practice), Civil and Mining Engineering, Mechani cal Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Agricultural. Special Courses in Land Surveying, Rail road Engineering, Veterinary Surgery, Mining Engineering. Graduate Courses, leading to the various Masters' degrees. Instruction by Correspondence for those who cannot come to the University. School of Music with separate building and sir instructors. * Drawing and Painting thoroughly taught. Young Women admitted to every depart ment of the University. Over 200 in at tendance the past year. State Cadets (144 in number) receive free tuition, uniforms and books. Room and board 53 to 54 a week. TUITION is Jreetoall West Virginia stu dents. For catalogue and full informa ? tion, write to Jerome H. Raymond, Pres., Morganfown, W. Va NO HARD TiRflES ?WITH? WM. PHILLIPS SONS., CHARLKS TOWN STIC AM SAW AND PLANING MILLS. , only factory between Baltimore and uoatiokc that bus not reduced it6 force during the past. year. No Idle Hours! llemarkable Increase in Business. Tlie secret is easily explained. They use only tlic best inatci-ial. employ tlie finest work men. aud invariably give their customers whut they ask for. Only ask for free trade and sailors' rights. P. I). Davis. J. A- Em inert DAVIS & EMMEBT, House & Sign Painters, ciiari.es town, w: va, Paper Hanging and Graining a specialty. Prices moderate, work executed promptly and satisfaction guaranteed. -Apjil 7. ISSKi. JAV-O A PERFECT DRINK JAV-O is a benefit to all who drink it. It takes the place of Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate or - Tea, and contains all that the human system demands for health and strength. JAV-O is made from Malted Grains ?Wheat, Barley, Rye, etc. It increases the weight and in vigorates the entire system. It is of the greatest benefit to children and people of weak stomachs. JAV-O has nearly the same taste as Coffee, and most people, after a trial, prefer it to all other bever ages. JAV-O is worth a trial, convince yourselves of its merit and health-giving qualities. I5cts. for one-pound package, 25 cts. for two-pound package. Take no substitute. IT LEADS THEM ALL. JAV-O CEREAL COFFEE CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. Tin and Stove Work. Tiic underpinned has located in the shop of Mrs. Margaret Dooley, West Main street, near Roll's Pump. where he Is prepared to exeeute all kinds of Tin and Stove Work, ut short no tice and upon reasonable terms. Roofing and Spouting a Specialty. W?n also keep on hand or manufacture to or der, all the ordidarv lines of Tinware, sueli as ERUIT CANS, KUCKFrrS, PANS, Etc. A liberal share of the public patronage respectfully solicited. B. F. DOOLEY. Sept. 7, 15197. Old Stand Reopened. The undersigned has rented aud reopened the well known Phillips Shops, near the B. tfc O. Depot, and is prepared to do alt kinds of Buggy and Wagon Repair Worlc% l>nth in Wood and Iron, giving satisfaction at moderate prices. HORSESHOEING given special atteution, aud a liberal share of tl^>uhlie patronage re spectfully solicited, j&f Dec. 20?y. F. B. FARMER. W. M. Stanley, V. S,, Graduate op tub Ontario Veterinary College. Toronto, Canada. Ailments of domestic animals will receive careful treatment. Prompt attention to all calls night or day. Charges reasouable. Res idence, A. 1). Barr's. opposite B. & O. Depot, Charles Town. W. Va. Q.3fl.?90-y. ForSale. A Frame Weather-boarded House, tin roof, containing six rooms aud au attic room and an out kitchen. A line lanrc stable, coru crib and carriage bouse. One aero of land with apple and peach trees, grape vines aud small fruits; situated in Charles 'Fown. on Lcetown road, adjoiuiug W. S. Kennedy's property, near Baliiinoreaud Ohio Rail Koad. Terms reasouable. Address john Mcknight, Mr2'97-tf. Baj*side, Queens Co., N. Y. "pv/~V"VT9r|l DREAM your life away. L/Uli -1 Our "Ring" absolutely prevents night emissions. Cures by stopping the cause. $1.00 (stamps or bill)." Order to day?it will be worth thousands to you. CAPITAL CURE. | April 25/99. Bos 578. Atlanta, Ga. i *1*7"ALL has two houses to reut, near B. & I V> O. Depot. i /^OW8 on the Instalment Plan. Vy March 31. C. F. WALL. Col. R. P. Chew. W. O. Norr's. CHEW &NORRIS, Charles Town, Jcffuriion County, W. Vu. Real Estate and Loans. BOY AND 8PLX FAKMS, LOTS AND HOGBES, COAL AND TIMBEH LANDS, NEGOTIATE LOANS ON KBAI. ESTATE Or otiier securities. INVESTMENTS Carefully Arranged. All llti^hiCPH Conducted Confidentially uud Wi*U Strict Promptness. April I8-y. USEFUL PREMIUMS arc given with every purchase of BAKING PO WDER AND TEA From the Grand Union Tea Co., of New York. Look for Mr. A. D. Barr, Siil>-~Agcnt. H. L. KIRBY, Agt. May 2. New Jewelry Repair Store The undersigned lias moved into the room of Mr. l>. 8. Flughcs. lately occupied by Mr. IA. Osbourn. two doors cast of the post office, whi re lie will conduct the business of REPAIRING WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. An experience ol 85 years in the business etiab es mo to guarantee satisfaction to all who may favor mo wiili their patronage. Give me a call. FRANCIS BODNER. April 4. lSi.9. Hour and Feed Store. The undersigned has removed his Flour and Feed Store to 1 he west room of the Dalgaru building. Main 6treet, Charles Town, where lie will offer FLOUR AND FEED FOR SALE, and conduct the USUAL EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Floar. Feed, See., fold at rates to suit the times. Will be pleased to have tlie calls of a!l my old customers, and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public in general. April r>. GEO. H. TURNER. O. B. COLLADAY, Charles Town's Only WHITE BARBER, OFPOSITK HOTEL WATSON. First-class appointments and service, Clean towel with every shave. ROANOKE CS?aUmGVa. Courses for Decrees, with Elcctlves. Also Sub-Freshmen and Commercial Courses. Li brary of 22.000 volumes. Working Labora tory, Hcathful location. Six Churches?no Bar-rooms. Yery Moderate Expenses. Aid Scholarships. 47th session begins Sept. 13th. Catalogue, with views, free. Address, JULIUS D. DREHER, Presidcut., Juno 27. Ice and Wood. I have opened a headquarters office In the Locke building, opposite Bank of Charles Town where Pure Ice can he purchased at all times in any quantity desired, and orders re ceived for delivery of Ice or Wood,which will he promptly filled from my yarJ (formerly Kennedy s Elevator and Coal Yard) on Lee town road. Orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Soft Coal for the use of farmers, black smiths and engine operators a specialty. June 13?tf. MARSHALL BURNS. Attention, Everybody ! Don't throw your hats awa}* when they get soiled, when at" a small cost you gun get them cleaned, reblocked aud put in good shape. STRAW HATS BLEACHED. Mr.--Julian A. Smith, a practical hatter from Chicago, is in Charles Town, and will guarantee you First-Class Work, lie also cleans or dyes all kiuds of Ladies' or Qent'6 Clothing, Silks, Velvets. -Feathers, Plumes. Tips, Gloves, Luce curtains. Rugs, etc.; in laet, anytliiug that can be cleaned or dved. You will do well by calling on him at building of Mr. J. F. Euglc'on Liberty ftrc.t, rear of Court-llouse, and obtain prices. JULIAN A. SMITH. April 4. The Hotel Powhatan, CHARLES TOWN. W. VA., is now open for guests. perfectly equipped house; hculthlul and beautiful eountrv. June 27. MRS. B0LLING. For Rent, A desirable and commodious Store-Room, eentrullv loented. on v\ asliinuton (or Main) street, Charles Town. Terr/ reasonable. Apply at / BROWN &. HOOFF'S ViiUG STORK. April 11. Jordan's White Sulphur Springs, Shenandoah Valley, Vu.?Open June 15; hotel Modern; good roads. Write for pamph let aud other information, Juue 27. E. C. JORDAN. Shannondaie Springs. SHANNON DALE SPRINGS HOTEL, oue of the prettiest and most iuvhiig of the West Virginia mountain resorts, open now tor intents. Hates?$2 per day, $7 per week. Free Ferriage to all patrons of the Hotel. For further information applv t?? I. S. CKAWFOIU), PropV. P. O. Charb'H Towu, Jefferson Co.. \\ . Va. June 27, ^99. Preserving Kettles! We have in stock aud for sale at the old pricc6 a large assortment of Brass, Copper und Poreeline-Lined Preserving Kettles. Come aud tco us before making vo.:r purcbastB in this line. EASTERDAY & CO., July 4. South Charles street. WE are selling Tin Quart Cans of OurOwn Make at the low price of 85c. per doz., although tin lias advanced $3 on the box. We have about 5,00u left, and will have uo more at that price. So come aud supply yourselves* at EASTERDAY & CO.'S. July 11. Charles Town, W. Va. Sour Stomach ??After T was Induced to Cry CA8CA BF.T8, I will never be without them in the bouse. My liver was in a very bad shape. and my head acbed aud 1 bad stomach trouble- Now. since tak ing Cascarets. 1 feel flue. My wife has also nsed them with beneficial results for sour stomach." Joa. Kukuli.sc, 1U21 Congress St.. St. Ixmls, Mo. CANDV CATHARTIC TRADE MAftK RKOISTIREO Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gri^e. 10c. 2i?c.S0c. | ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Stirling Htafil; Conpaaj, i'blccgo, Voatrril, Kt? York. 911 Hn.TH.R2n Sold and anoranteed by all drug- I BU* 1 U'Qhu gliu to CiUM ETobacio Habit 1 Investigate the plans of life insurance offen d bv The 1 PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,) of Phtladelphia. The Board of Trustees have adopted a reso lution sanctioning the following endorsement to be placed upon all policies wlicre the risk is adjudged to be unqualifiedly first class: "This policy isabsolutely in contestible from date of issue for any cause except non-payment of premium." It makes the policy a world-wide contract, free from ull conditions as to residence, occu pation. travel, habits of life, and as to uume. time or place of death. I'AID UP, extended, cash aud loaii values after 8 years. For particulars, address, MOORE & MOORE, Agents. March 21, 1800. _ Reamer's Howard House I Howard aud Baltimore Sts., BALTIMORE, MD. To My Old Patrons and the Traveling Public: Having had a very liberal share of the pub lie patronage during the pan live years, 1 felt encouraged to re-lease the Howard House for a term of years, and have at great expense refurnished and refitted the hotel from top to bottom. Am better prepared than ever to ac commodate the public. My aim will be to give first-class accommodations at $2.00 per day. Country merchants am) commercial travellers will find it the most centrally loeu ted hotel in the city, Respectfully, Sept. 25, 1804. JAS. REAM Bit, REOPENING OF THE OLD WELI.-KNOVVN | Maltby House. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. The OLI) MALTBY HOUSE. IS to 2S East Pra?r. si., Balumoic. Md., has been reopened to the public. The house litis been Kenovated, Steam ileat. &c., put iu the Rooms. The Bar aud Cafes will be under the persoual manage ment of the well-known Caterer, Mr. Louis Beunelt. The Bar will be supplied with the Choicest Imported aud Domestic Liquors and Cigars. The Cafe with the best the market affords. Jan- 24. 1S0S. Wm. Ruti.edoe, Ciiaiii.es W. Gkimes, I Proprietor. Hauiiy E. Hewitt, Clerks. Hotel Berkeley, Northeast Corner Public Square, MARTINSBURG, w. va. 'Bus to and from all truius. April 1, ?U9. Hart Hotel, No. 217, 210 anil 221 N. Market Blrcet, WINCHESTER, VA. Rates 51 per Day. Reduced Rates by the Week. The new management will pay strict attcu- | tion to the comfort of guests. June 1.V00. S. 1). McPON ALP, Prop. Everett House, Opposite People's National Bank, MARTINSBURG, W. VA. H. S. LEAGUE, Proprietor. Rates $1 per day. Spccial rates to week and | monthly boarders. Aug."25, '06. Virginia Hotel, BEKRYVILLE. CLAKKE CO., VA. Mrs. Ann R. Castleman, Proprietor. THIS house will continue to be kept In the best style for the comfort and convenience of guests, the traveling public being at aH times assured of a cordial welcome and genuine hos pitality. Rates moderate. July 6, 18S0?y. Carter House. CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA. WELL furnished. Central location. Hack free to aud from depots. Term a $2.00 per day. Bar in basement and good livery at tlie Hotel Stables. Aug. S. 1893. w. F. CAMERON. ELY'S CREAM BAIH is a positive cure. Apply into the nostrils. It is qnickly absorbed. 50 cents at Drnepists or bj mail; samples 10c. by mail. ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warren St., New York City. LOOK AND LIVE ! DRS. W. J. WHITLOCK AND NEPHEW, HERB PHYSICIANS. Manufacturers of Nature's Great Tlcrbal Rem edies for all acute and chronic diseases. Spe cial aiteut:ou given to the treatment of Rheu matism, bcro!u;a, Catarrh. Dyspepsia and all Diseases arising from a \iriut d state of the blood, iucluding Cancer, the great destroyer of munkiud. Poteon is not. good for men, women aud children; neither the knife lor canccr; they cannot cure. Address all letters to DRS. W. J. WHITLOCK ?fe NEPHEW. July 18-6?n. Winchester, Va. Removed ONE DOOR ABOVE CARTER HOUSE. I have removed my office to the building one door above the Carter House, where I will continue the Grain and Commission busi ness. I also represeut the Provident Life and Trust Company, the be3t Life Insurance Com pany, as renoried by Iu>urance Commission er?, iu the United States. Will be glad to see friends and patrons in my new quarters. jau,24-tf. b. c. Washington, Agt. SPIRIT OF JSEFFEBSON. Urablu Tow*. imrrnUBOit Cou*tt, W. Va. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1889. G?o. W, Haines, - Editor and Proprietor. 41.50 in Advance; $2 if out Paid iu Advance. REV.W. L. GRAVATT A BISHOP Episcopal Council Elects Hltn as Bishop Coadjutor. Frt,m the Parkersburg Sentinel. At Clarksburg last nigbt, 'he Rev. W. L. Gravatt, of Chnrleg Town, was elected Bishop Ciadjutor of the diocese of West Virginia, upon the sixteenth ballot, lie is an active, vigorous, energetic young man ai <1 will make an able assistant to Bishop l't terkin. Mr. Gravatt's strength lay mnro with the clergy than with the laity and to their continued support his election is due, in n grest measure. There were present at the council 29 clergy and 58 lay dele gates. Under the rules, an election re quired a majority of the votes of the clergy and of the lay delegates voting sepurately. Dr. S. Scollay Moore wrs unquestionably the choice of the lay del eealex anil at almost any time after the first few ballots could have secured a ma jority of their votes, had there been any disposition on the part of the clergy to select him. But while the ever increas ing lay vote of Dr. Moore told plainly that he waB the choice of that part of the house, the clergy seemed unable to con centrate upon any one. The inability to agree upon any one in the diocese pave rise to an opinion during the afternoon that some one outside the diocese might be chosen, although the prevalent opin ion seemed to be that the Bishop Coadju tor should be some one who was familiar with the work in the diocese. Instead of having nominations made by speeches it was decided by the council that alter short devotional services con ducted by the Bishop and a silent prayer, an informal ballot should be taken Ii was solely for lite purpose of bringing candidate-* before the council and wan not to lie count*-*!. ? v#-n if one man should receive n in?j ??rilv of the votc< of both c'erjry nnii laity. On this Imllnt seven teen persons were voted fur. Dr. Moore received 0 c'eiical and 12 lay votes; Mr Gravatl (i clt rical anil 2 lay votes; Mr. Spurr 3 clerical ami ten lay votes. The other persons vnt-'d 0 r were Rev. Floyd Tompkins, K .1. Hammond, N. S Thomas, Win Cabell Brown. IT. V. L.ee, R. R.. S.vope, John J. Cloy.l and Mr. Logan from outside the diocese and Revs T. A. Meade, John S. Gib-ion, Burkhart 1 acy, R. D. Roller, Jacob Briltingham an-l Cook, f'catteriiiir voles were (riven later to Rev. Mr. D iggL'tt, Mr. P$ar?on and Mr. P?nick. After the informal ballot, the regular balloting was begun. Mr. Gravatt gain ed one clerical vote and Dr Moore gain ed one lay vote. Rev. Cabell Brown be gun to loom up and for a while he and Rev. B. M. Spurr and Dr. Moore were the leaders. After the fourth ballot had been Inken Rev. J. A. Gibbons, who had been most active and ardent in hi* support of Rev Cabell Brown arose and withdrew bin name, Hiking his friends, a9 far as lliey could do so, to support Dr. Moore. Im mediately Mr. B. M. Ambler was on his feet and in a speech supported by n strong recommendation from Biihop Ran dolph of Southern Virginia urged the election of Dr. John J. Lloyd, ol Lynch burg, Vjt. Dr. Monro arose and said that while he thought if the choice of the council fell upon n man in the diocese it would be hi9 duty to accept, still he thought more good would come from the selection of one outside the diocese and lie seconded the nomination of John J Lloyd. Several others spoke for Lloyd and it looked like there would be a Lloyd boom, but Rev. John S. Gibson msda a strong speech in behalf of Dr. Moore and on the fifth hillol Dr. Moore lead with 6 clerical and 22 lav votes. Dr Lloyd was next with 8 clrrioxl and 10 1 ??v votes.? Mr. Gravatt, who bad had as high as ten clerical votes before, fell to five. Dr Lloyd's grew steadily less from that time on and when after the ninth ballot ad journment was ti>km fi>r supper there were but two strong camli lutes. Dr. M> ore with 0 clerical and 23 lay votes and Air. Gravatt with 11 clericnl and I] lay votes. Mr. Gravatt lacked 3 of a majority of the elerny and Dr Moore 7 of a majority of the lay votes. Half a dozen others were slilKbtiitg voted for by a few devoted friends. Seven ballots were taken at the uigtit session before Ctiere was an election and on nil of i lit ni until the last Dr. Moore *Cnri'itiU?d to lead on the lay vote ? He had within four votes ol a minority of the Uy vote* several times, but the clerical vote rou'd nut be concentrated. Gradually, howevrr, Mr. Gravatl'a cleri cal vote increased until on the fifteenth ballot he had 14 votes, a majority of the 27 clerical votes. His lay vote was small, while Dr. Moore'- lay Vote was 25 out of 57 voles cast.^1 ? As aoiiti a- the clergy had thus indica ted the choice of the majority the laity ?voted for the same man and on the six teenth ballot Air. Gravatt received a ma jority of the lay vote and 17 of tbe cleri cal. Mr. Gravatt is a man fort; years of age, an energetic worker, a good earnest preacher, a sincere and consistent Chris tian man, pleasant and unassuming and will not forget tbat Bishop Peterkin ia the head of tbe church in this diocese and that he is his assistant. He was a class mate of Dr. Moore at the theological seminary and has been his warm person ?l friend ever since. He was Dr. Moore, choice for Bishop Coadjutor and it WJg only When it seemed impossible that any one from within the diocese cou'd le chosen that Dr. Moore seconded the nom luation of Dr. Lloyd, who was his prefer ence if the selection was to be made out side the State. Ihe new Bishop Coadjutor will not b. ! consecrated until tlio consent of all the dioceses shall have been secured, which wi I not be before next November. The resolutions adopted bv the ve?try of Trinity parish before the' meeting of the council will best express the attitude of the church here over Dr. Moore's po sition. They expressed great unwilling nc to lose him as the rector, yet com mended him as a suitable perooa, recited j the work he hud accomplished here, and I a*'(l tI,at if ??o l>e made Bishop Coadjutor! they would uoUtand in the way of his' promotion. Baltimore ?6 Oh7o~7t7tlr<,a<l Excur sion to Atlantic City ana Seashore, Al l erv Low Rates, Thursdays, ,r?:t iJ ?e 27, Aug. to ,C- 2-t. The Baltimore &. Ohio llailroad have n ranged a scries of popular seashore excur sions, to be run Thursdays, July l'i and 27 August 10 and 21, to Atlantic City, Care ? lay, feea Isle City, Ocean Oitv, N. J and Ocean City, M.I. Tickets will be Rood Fif teen (lo) Days, including day of sale .m?,?,?1" b0 alloWc,d 0,1 re,ur" ??P Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington on tickets sold to New Jersey re.~o.-ts, and at Baltimore and Washington on tickets sold to Ocean City, Md. Tickets will be sold on above dates from Charles Town for $5 05 round trip. Good on all trains. COU on or address nearest Ticket AKent Ealt.more <fc Ohio K. It. for lickl l3 aI,a foil nioimalion. Doctors Say; Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis tricts are invariably accompan ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels. The Secret of Health. The liver is the great "driving wheel in the mechanism of man, and when it is out of order, the whole system becomes de ranged and disease is the result. Tutt's Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles. Atlantic City Cape May, Ocrnn City, Sea Isle City, Avaton, Anglesea, Wild wood, Holly Beach, jv. J. Special excursions via Norfolk & Wes tern Ry., ir) connection with the Penn sylvania 11. U.July Oil, and 20th, Aug 3) and 17th, 1890. Excursion ticket* will bo fold only To* Trains No*. 4 and 28 on dates of excursions, good on all regular trains north of llagerstown, ex cept Pennsylvania Limited, and valid to return leaving the seashore and Philadel phia within fifteen days, including date of excursion, ut rates quoted : Shenandoah Junction, $5.50. ' A stop-over of ten days will be allowed Pniladelphia on the going trip, if passen gers deposit their tickets with Ticket Agent at Broad Street Station, Philadel phia, immediately on arrival. Passen gers for Atlantic City may uBe trains from Broad Street Station, Philadelphia via the Delaware River Bridge Route, the only all rail line 1 Passengers lor the oth er points above named will me regular trains from Market Street Wharf, Phila. Wo acknowledge from the West Vir ftinia Agricultural Experiment Station at Morgantown a report on investigations to determine the cause of unhealthy con dilions of the spruce and pine from 1880 1803, by Prof. A, D. Hopkins ; also bul letin on the efleet of pressure in the pres ervation or milk a preliminary report by Prof. B. 11. Hlte; also one on commer cial fertilizers by the same gentleman. Marriage is said to be an ecjual partner ship. But the kind of a one-sided partner ship it real ly is, can not be bet ter express ed than in that old saving, "A wife should double her husband's joys and halve his sorrows." That's what is expected of a wife, and the won der of the world is that she comes so closely to expectation. For as a rule from the time of marriage onward, her body is daily drained of strength and her mind daily burdened by cares. She lies on the couch, her back aching, from female trouble, and gets up and puts on a smil ing face to meet her husband. Marriage can only be an equal partner ship when the drains and strains of mar ried life of the woman can be replaced by the perfect health of the delicate womanly organs. 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In fact, Mr. Wells says that if certiin evidence devclopes ns they expect it will, that it will be a cer tainty that air. Scott will be un seated. "We feel" said he "that judge ment has already been passed upon our case but we are relying upou new evidence to set the verdict aside. By that I mean that Senator Elkins far too shrewd a politician to havo accepted the election of Scott by h minoiity of the legislature unless he had previously received assurances from other Republican Senators that they would recognize it as le gal. I think therefore that the Sen ate passed on the case before the vote for Senator was taken. Bat we will, I think, be able to present such evidence that the Senatois will be compelled to unseat Scott." A new point will be raised name ly that the joint assembly of the House and Senate was an illegal body being conducted under tho ogreement of the two houses by sepa rate resolutions as to who should vote and not under the act of Con gress of 1800 which provides how elections of Senators shall be con ducted. The risht to hold an ofllce to which one has been elected by the votes of the people is a consti tutional right and a member of the legislature can not be deprived of this constitutional right by mere res olution. Two men, Senator Kidd and Delegate Dent, who were elected and were afterwards so declared and seated, were present at the joint as sembly but their names was not called and tbey were not allowed to vote. Therefore the convention was illegal and its entire proceedings voia. It has been proven by the deposi tions taken in Charleston that threats of personal violence were made against Republican members of the legislature who refuse 1 to vote for Scott and on the grouud of in timidation Lis election frill be at tacked It will be shown that the Repub licans stated to the Democrats that they proposed to turn enough Dem ocrats out of the female to elect a Republican Senator and if tbcv could not do that they would organ ize a rump house. Knowing that it left no hope of the election of a Sen ator, the Democatt entered into the agreement, or treaty of peace as it was called, solely that necessary leg islation might take place, believing that though a Senator would be lost by it, the party would eventually derive a benefit from it. [Parkersburg Sentinel, July 28. ?? Never Burn ? Candle at Both ?nd5." If you do your light will soon be gone and you will be in the dark. 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