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FROM ECZEMA! No Torture Equal to the first symptoms of Eczema, bat it Is not long 1 before the little redness begins to itch and Itnhlnir onrl Dnrninir nf bum. This is bat the beginning, and will llCniilE and burflins UI lead to suffering and torture almost unen durable. It is a common mistake to regard This Fearful Disease. merely a local irritation; it iB but an indica tion of a humor in the blood?of terrible Eczema?which is more than skin-deep, and can not be reached by local appli cations of ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. The disease itself, the real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering is produced through the skin; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is through the blood. Mr. Phil T. Jone9, of Mixersville, Ind., writes: "I had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread and grow worse. For the past five or six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up all hope of ever being free from the disease, as I have been treated bv some of the best physicians and have taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little faith left I began to take S. S. S., and it apparently made the Eczema worse, but I knew that this was the -way the remedy got rid of the poison. Continuing S. S. S., the sore healed up entirely, the skin became clear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which is only a tonic. Swift's Specific? S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD ?is superior to other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they can not reach. It goes to the bottom?to the cause of the -disease?and will cure the worst case of Eczema, no matter what other treatment has failed. It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash, mercury Qjr any other mineral, and never fails to cure Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, Cancer, Tetter, Rheumatism, Open Sores, Ulcers, Boils, etc. Insist upon S. S. S.; nothing can take its place. Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Spa ciric Company, Atlanta, Georgia. m Stick Seat Open Surrey. Beauty V and Comfort. ?C NEWEST DESIGN. A Popular Wagon. We make a full line of light vehicles. Send for catalogue and name of dealer nearest to you handling our work Every job warranted. Price low considering quality of work. EAGLE CARRIAGE CO., bESSSU Cincinnati, Ohio. Cooke & Phillips DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY, GLASS, &C. Sole Agents in Charles Town for the Genuine OLIVER CHILLED FLOWS and J'arts. The CELEBRATED B1RDSELL STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, Tlic well known MILWAUKEE BINDERS AND IV1GWERS, UNDOUBTEDLY THE LIGHTEST DRAFT Machines on the Market. ''FAMOUS OHIO" CULTIVATORS, I)C9t on the market to-day. SYRACUSE LEVER SPRING-TOOTII HARROW, equaled l>y 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 oldtime Wood Frame Harrows, and everything in the General Hardware Line. Give us a call, we can SAVE YOU MONEY. Myers Ilay Tools a Specialty. Hoosier Single and Double Corn Planters the best machines of the kind on earth ; also have the Tiger. ?Aprii 35. 1M>0 ?Full Line of| Newest Designs ?Buggies and iSurreys WE CLAIM TO BUILD NOT THE CHEAPEST | Sot me Best tot tbe ?one?. % JEvery 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. Barbour SOUTH BOSTON, VA. G. T. KNIGHT, (SUCCESSOR TO SALDER BROS.) I wish to inform my friends and patrons that I have suc ceeded the well-established firm of Sadler Bros. I will still continue the FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKiNG BUSINESS in FIRSI'-CLASS STYLE. My last few years connection with the firm enables me to guarantee perfect satisfaction.? I will keep on hand A 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 Depaitment is uncaquallcd. I have the Lat Style Caskets, Collins and IJurial Robes. PRICKS 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 Upholdsterina, make old Mai tresses over, and do ANY KIND RKPAIR WORK PROMPTLY. All work guaranteed- If not satisfactory, money refunded. Feb. 1. " G. T. KNIGHT, Music Lessons. MISS BERTHA A. RUIIL will ennlimie to tcaHi Vocal and Instrumental Mumc at lu r reehfcnce on the corner of ?amuel and Liberty street*. Any one wishing Careful and Thorough Inet ruction at a very Moderate 1'rive will do well bv engming her as their SOaUUclur. March 21. Give Me A Bid. I offer my services to the public as an auc tioneer. with couuty and corporation licence, and solicit & share of patronage. Having had considerable experience. I guarantee sat isfaction. Charges reasonable. CHARLES RISSI.ER. Jau. 5, 1S97, Charles Town, \V. Va. Grettt Generosity. HIr. Charles U. S-iUss, the blinil mil lionare of New Yurie, who entered the businefs world with nothing, ssve his own energy, way back in the days fol lowing the war, ns well as in the days of N. I). Keneaster, who al?o mndo and losl fortunes, and was finally helped, by Mr Roust, has again shown great generosity to Winchester. He has given 30,000 dol lars for the erection ol a beautiful and raeful public building on the vq'usre, in ihe centre of the town. Winchester l.n agreed to comply with conditions as to any balance necessary, complete title and building. Mr It-iuss lis* given Windiest* r with in the past 10 years over 100,000 dollars, a remarkable and praiseworthy testinioni al ol'his recognition, in success, of tin' town of bi? boyhood. While he, in his kindne.-s and g< u?*r osity, thu? gives of his earning", for blem ings tn kith and kin, and to fiieids of ihe old home, may we nut hope that tin Healer who made the lame walk and tin blind to see, will yet bless this man, with vision, fur many years of good usefulness ? Afartinsburi Jndtpcndehf. "Bvery well man hath his ill day." When "a bit off'' or when seriously ill you should take Hood's Sarsaparilla and get well. Echoes from the Powhmtan Miss Louise Baylor and licr guest, Miss Mary Wilson urc sojourning at tlie Powha tan, where for the past fpw (iay? they hove been the cpnter of attraction. Miss W iison jiossessas to a ntarkpd degree the rare con versational poworsof Jlfif distinguished fath er, and is one of the most interesting young | ladies who visit Chorlos Town. General Williams. IT. S. A. retired, and his I charming daughter*, are spending the sum mer here. General Williams drives out a great deal, and is charmed with the fertile and well kept farms of this county Mrs. Tain, daughters and sons, of Galves ton, Texas, are among the most popular guests at the hotel. Mrs. Delephant and her beautiful daugh ter will return to the hotel to-day, alter a week's visit to Frederick, Md. The young lady carried much of the sunshine of the l'owhalan away witli her. Miss Gibson and her Iriend, Miss Hyan, | are the recipients of much attention from the youmen of the town. Tlioy arc both very charming and attractive ladies. Miss Bowling, the beautiful daughter ol l he lady proprietor, is probably the best whip at the hotel. She is often out with n | driving party.?Advocate. To Cure Constipation Forever* I Take Cascarot8 Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. I If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. i.bt me say I have nsid Ely'* Cream Balm for catarrh and can.thoroughly recommend it for what it claim*. Very truly. (Rev ) II. W. Hathaway Elizabeth. N. J I Tinei> Ely*s Cream Balm, and to all ap pearance* am cured of ca tar ill. The tcrrib.e If ad'icho* fr*?m which I long suffered nrc g-.ue.?W. J. Hitchcock, late Major U. S. Vol. A. A. fJen. Buffalo. N. Y. A 10<*. trial si/.e or the 50c. size of ElyV Cream P?n!m will be truiled. Kept bydiujj J gists. Ely Brother*, f)0 Warren St., N. Y. DEER PARK HOTEL, j Deer Park, Maryland -Most Delightful Summer Kesort of the Alleghenies. S.vept by mountain brerz^s, 2 800 feet above sea level. Absolutely 1 rtn from malaria, hay lever and ir.osrj titos. Oi Main I.itio'of Haiti mo-e <5 Ohio Rail road. Hotel and Colt ?os. Every mo<l em convenience. Rooms on suit** with bath. F.lcctric rigiitp, Kiev ltor, Turk i#?h Baths, two larp? Swimininp PooIh. Golf Links, Tennis C ?urts. Bowling A? lo^ s, Magnificent Drives. Complete Liv ery Stable. Annapo is x?vul Academy Bard. Delightful cbttaces < furnisiie;? for housekeeping if desired) ready l'o '?ccuj aney June 1st. I'.oir.l t pen fruit June 24ih t ? September ,r0wb. 1'or ratfH and JnforoiHtioti address I? CJ. Jones, Manager, tV O- Building Baltimore, Md . until Jut o 10th. Aftei that time. Ueer Park Garrett Co., Md. Try Allen's Foot-Ease, \ powder to he shaken Into the oboes. At tlil? season your fei-t feel swollen, nervous and hot. and get lirt'd fupily. If you have eninrl iii" ffi!L or tfulit fhoc?, try Alluti's Foot-Kan-.. It coolx tlie feet un<l mulcts walking e:my. Relieves corns utxl bunions of nil jutln mul gives rest nnil comfort. Try it lo-Oinj. Sold by all clruL'sjifts. (jroeers, shoe stores tind (rcu eral storekeepers everywhere. Price 25c. Trial package FKEE. Address, Alle:i S. Olm sted, I.e liny. N. y. JvltMw. OASTOH.Xj9L. Boars ths /)Kind You Harc Always Bought Signature of 44 PICTURESQUE SCENERY/* 1Veeley'fi New Series of P.c'urcsqne America Given Away by the I). <fc O. II. R. The first volume containing thirty-two su pcrb half-tone engravings. 8x10 inches, made from photographs in the Eastern portion of the United States, hi the Allegheny Mou - tains, Shenandoah Valley and the surround ing historical territory These views iuelude New York Uaibor Brooklyn Bridge, Susqtu-huunu River. Har per's Ferry with Joliu Brown's For', John Brown's monument, Jefferson's Hoc k, Battle Held* at Winchester and Fisher's Hill, Cheat River, Indian Creek, 0!d National Road. etc. These views have been selected from the fa mous series of photographs owned by the Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad Company. Sent free to any address In the United Slutcs, Canada or Mexico jipon rcccipt of 12c. in 6taiups or coin to cover postage and j ack ing. Copy may be seen at any ticket office of the B t O. K. R. In sending orders, address D. B. Martin, Manager Pusscnger Traffic, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, Md., marking en* vclope V Picturesque Amer.ca." It rests with you whether yon continue nerve-Willing tobacco habit. NO-TU-liAC^aTB rcmoTCM the desire for tobacco, out nvrrouxliatreM. ?xpuli 8 kil| M tiue, puriii** the blocd, rc-^^ff M a V It * iiOO. atorcs lost manhood. a ? Q D boxes mikes tou strontf^-^JTV t Ml 400,000 1 in health, ncrvc-^olu V* ii fcWJU^^eaife* cured. Buy and pockct-^rfTvfi^ ?? B b^SO-TO-BA O from book. a v if^your own drutrffiid. who h 11 ftrr''rouch for us. Take it with ..diri <ffll Hi w witl. part -fitly, persistently. Ono Bah box.Sl. usually euros: S boxes, 52-M. (ruarantceil to cur?, or wu refund money. SUrilo- rto., lU(?co, ?iintrsai, htn ?vrk. WEEK END RATES. Beginning Saturday. May 10. and continu ing to aud including Sund-iy. Sep:. 24. 1 IM), IheSouthern Railway will place in effect a rate ? if oue fart; f<?r the round tri;? from Ilarrison i urg. Warreutoti. Orau^e. Ronud lli 1 and intermediate stations to Washington, l>. (J.. and return, tickets to be sold ouSaturday und Sundav of each week, good returning the fol lowing Monday The two-day round trip rate now in ctfeet will l?e hold during tlia week as m the past. The*e week-cttd ia'es are also on sale at Washington and Alexandria to com mutation poiut* in Virginia, CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of G1 ASOL1NK nud Oil Stoves, and the Best I Stove Guyoliue und Coal Oil to use iu then-, foi sale low at Easterday & Cd.'s Tin aud Stove iluuse. S. Charles street. ktu:; ;xji-"f;-: :j"iirjm uiTtimi5;ir^un; fcnnmnmiimrafiumgnmii Im vms Childiu:x mmmmiiumi AVegetablePrcparationfbrAs simflaUng theTood andRegula ting the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes IMgesUon,Cheer ful ness andRestContalns neltto Opium,Morphine cor Mineral. WotNahcotic. (lull, oUUl jiv/uiaviitvwui?wj.v Worms,Convulsions.Fevenslv ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Toe Simile Signature of NEW YOBK. exact cepyer wrapper Vffltn-i For Infants and Children. [The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought. CASTOR IA THK CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW VOKK CITY. >!a? hs? Mahea One Stove do the work of three By Wiethe Roaemont Radiators] " The Popular Kind " Can be connected to any kind of stove. Saves time, fuel and money. By the use of a clamper you can turn the heat 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. Manufactured by Floyd, Wells & Co., Royersford, Pa. BOYS and GIRLS, EARN A BICYCLE. You enn have one of onr , *AL?ARD" Juvenile nioyclt'H by selling our household r~ ' " ties which wo nituiiifnctt days' work will do It. We give ' iswh ? - * - clays' work will do It. We give a this wheel as a premium for selling \ a certain number of our goods. The \__ "AL-ARD" is a llrst-class, up to-\ date child's wheel. 17 l-'Mn. frame, 21) in. " to order. short head, 1 3-1-1 n. drop, 24 in. wheels, 51-1 in. two-piece kevle*? crank (drop forced), nickel-plated handle bar,* raised or dropped with oxpander, padded or racing saddle, sprockets 20 and 8,3-10-in. chain, tool-bag'with I tools, handsomely enameled dark green or maroon and decorated, special coloi-s to order. All t parts duplicated and Interchangeable so that repalrscan bo had ata small cost. We manufacture ' i this wheel, guarantee It six months and pay the freight. Our ?? Automatic Carpet Stretcher , ' and Tneker" is a quick seller. Operator stands in stretching ami tacking cariict and can drlvo I . nrty tacks per minute. The Columbia Tnch Puller and Itoyal Dust llcatcr sell at sight for . J 25 cents. We also manufacture the " AL-AItl)" In ladies and Afir\Ar\An( . gents size, 23 In. frame, 23 in. wheels. Strictly high uradc. which \J \J \J \J \J \J \ I we give as a premium or sell direct. Write at onco for full par- n-r 1 IIUA f\ A H H f\ A N tlculars, as now Is the time to take orders for the coming season. \J U U U U U U THE GODDARD & ALLEN CO., 800 State Street, Beloit, Wis. LEADING COACH MAKERS of Southern Pennsylvania and ftfiaryland, Wish to announce to the people of Charles Town and vicinity that they are hotter prepared than ever to furnish Buggies, Carriages, Spindle and Dayton Wagons, at botto 1) prices. 500 NEW Carriages & Buggies. ALL MATERIAL AND GOODS FIRST CLASS. Do not purchase until you aiUlres3 us at Shippensburg, Pa., or Hagerstown, Aid. ; or you can receive full information from Mr. Adam Brown, at the Carter House, Charles Town. Aug. 2,-93. . * ? . C L "1 TV "W" f V U > 1 A "IV T f~~\. "1 A 11 T .i <*?! > t ^ The "FLORENCE" xzls&u: a horse; knows the different between a light and heavy draught wagon. Only carefully selected and thoroughly sea soned Hickory and White Oak are used. Our wagons are fitted with Turnbul! Patent Bolster Springs, when ordered. Everii It agon warranted. Ark your dealer to show you the "FLOR ENCE" Wagon, if he does not keep ... write to us. We want live awake dealers in unoccupied territory. Shipping facilities are the best. . FLORENCE WAGON works, "WJiolcsale Manufacturers. Ft,ORENCE, AT. A . WIDE TRACK ONLY. WITH owning attachment nanfd by the oh/o /Paste Co. 1 Dayton. 0. Jno. A. Washington. R. TV. Alexander. Washington & Alexander, Insurance Agency, ONE Of THE OLDEST IN3U11A NCE AGEN ClKS IN THE STATE. Office Gibson Building. Charles Town, W. Va. Representing the following Companies : The old and reliable MTHA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn., Giving tbe best results to policy holders, and. which has a larger amount of policies in Jefferson Con'uty than all other Life Insurance Companies together. Liverpool A London ?fe Globe, of England, Scottish Uniou and National, of Scotland and the Royal Insurance Co., of Liv erpool, the largest foreign Co's. dninjr business in America. iETNA. OF HARTFORD. Peabody, of Wheeling, W^Va. Frauklitt, 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-Amvricun Fire Insurance Co.,of New York. Home Insurance Company, ol New York. Niagara Fire Iusurauee Co., of New York. Fidelity and Casualty, of New York City, furnishing Steam Boiler Insurance uud Inspections aud Accident Insurance of every kind. Fidelity and Deposit Company, of Maryland, the only eompauy authorized to grunt bond* aud become surety in the state. JEFFERSON COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE I 1N8URANCECOMPANY. All losses promptly adjusted aud paid at our office. Sub-Agents: J. S. FLEMING, Sbcpherdstown, W. Va. CI1AS. H. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. | A sworn statement of the conditions of all Foreign Insurance Ccmpauies represented iu this Agency will be found at the Clerk'sOfticc, I i:i compliance with the State laws. We solicit a coutinuance of your patronage, Rcepcctfullv. WASHINGTON it ALEXANDER. | Feb. 19, 1895. The Jefferson County MUTUAL, Fire Insurance Company. Established 1S78. JOIIN A. WASHINGTON, Secretary. Office, Gibson Building, Conrt-House Yard, Charlcstown. OFFERS to the people of Juffersou County Insurance in a safe Company at the actual cost of insurance, which is much cheaper than the rates usually charged, and keeps the money at home. Good risks from responsive parties arc invited. Executive Committee meet* every Friday Dihectoks?Jos.Trupucll. Henry B. Daven port, J. Garland nurst. John W. Rider, W. H. r. Lewis, R. Preston Chew, Win. L, Wilson. Eugene Baker,S. W. Washington, H. L. Snyder! Win. C. Frosier. John H. Zittle, Jacob S. Melvin. E. G. W. Ilerr, Isaac n. Strider. I. II. STKIDER,... . President. II. B. DAVENPORT Treasurer. Executive Committbb?J. G. Hurst, Win. II. T Lewis. Eugene Baker, Isaac 11. Strider, Jos. Trapueil, S. W. Washington. General Agents: WASHINGTON <& ALEXANDER, Charles Towu, W. Va. Snb-A gents : J. S. FLEMING. Sin pherdstowh, W. Va. ('? 11. TKA1L, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. Jau 12, ISO-?odnl2,?9. COACH FACTORY, LIVEBT, &C. fjlllE undersigned having purchased the old 1 established Couch Factory of the late Welle J. Hawks, ill Charles town, with the view of en tering iuto the Carriage Business, in all its branelics, offers for sale a large ninn cr of New and Sceondlhahd CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAGGERS, ite.. at the lowest prices and upou the most ac commodating terms. Old Carriages taken in Exchange for New. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS done with neat ness and dlfputcli, and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses and Carriages FOK HIRE. In connection with the above 1 will continue the LIVK11Y BUSINESS, and l?e prepared to furnisli Carriages, Buggies and Jaggers at the shortest notice. CaT The above business will be under the su perintendence of Abraiu Stump. UNDERTAKING. I am prepared to give my special attention to the business of Undertaking. Being a practical tncchauic and determined to give satisfaction. I respectfully solicit a shar of pu blic patronage. May 15,1S77. LEWIS STARRY. Market House Grocery And Provision biore. NS N EEE W W W Qfnro VN N K,. W WW W OIUIO. N NN E WW WW ? N NN EEE W W liOOUS. FRESH w ROCERIES. I have jii^t opened a full line of CHOICE GROCERIES, consisting of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCEUIES, CANNED GOODS, SUGAR, TEAS, COFFEES, SYRUPS, BACON, SLICED HAM, BOLOGNA. Best and Freshest Coods, Lowest Prices. JSTBUTCIIERING BUSINESS f till conducted at same stand. The choicest ippats of <?very character constantly ou haud. S. C. YOUNG. A'l 5,'DS-y. NewLivery inCharlesT own The undersigned has taken the Weli? jrft known and commodiousWatson House CSSjk Stables, and proposes to conduct the * LIVERY BUSINESS in the most satisfactory manner. Will have for hire good HOUSES. BUGGIES.PHAETONS. SURREYS, DAYTON WAGONS and LARGE HACK, any and all of which will be let out on short notice and at reasonable rates. The public patronage solicited, and satisfaction assured. Nov. 2-i-y. W. F. GLASS FOK I J. Wolf's Business College I1AGERSTOWN, MD, Open Sept. 5, 1S9S. Write for catalogue. Aug. 9. NI^WNoitt^Wesiem Schedule in Effect Mnreli 12, 1S09. Cliarlcs Town, \V. Va. South and Westbound. - No. 3. No. 27. 6:45 a. in. 5:47 p. m. Northbound. No. 4. ? No. 3S. 8:55 p. ill. 9:88 a. m ~r! K r-rc sold to I iv_fr\c- i o all points OHIO. INDIA NA. I ILINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS. CALIFORNIA. TEXAS, T'ne WEST, NORTH-WEST, SOOTH-WES1 FIRST CLASS. SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ? THE BEST ROUTE TO THE ?? NORTH AND EAST. aULLMAN VEST1BULED COACHES AND SLEEPING CARS. SEE THAT TOSS TICKETS IEAQ OVER THE MORFOLK^WESTERN RAILROAD. CHEAPEST, BEST and QUICKEST LINE. ? Write for Rates. Maps. Time-Tables. Descriptive Pamphlets, to any Station Agent, or to W. I. itVILL, ALLEN NULL, M. F. BRAOQ, Oca. Pam. Apt Dir. Pass. Aft. Trav. Paaa. Aft. ROANOKE. VA. CtllUIUS, 0. UAIIIE.VJL ' June 27. '99. Southern Railway. Between Washington. Alexandria, Stuas BUKQ A Nil Ha Kit fONlUHG. CondunscdTime Tables, in KlTcct Muj* 7. 1899 (Train* No*. 9 and 30 daily ; train* No*. IS, 71, 14 and 73 daily, except Sunday.) SOUTHWARD. No. It. No. 13 N6.71. Leave A.M. P.M. A.M. Washington 8 01 4 01 Alexandria -..... 8 23 4 28 Maunassa* 0 83 ft 03 Plains 10 SO 5 53 Front Royal 11 40 .07 Uiverton II ?.2 7 IS P. M. Straslmrj; 12 15 7 37 5 50 Strasburjj Junction. 12 25 7 -15 0 20 Woodstock 12 45 b OS 7 12 Edinbnrj,' 12 55 8 IS 7 44 Mt. Jackson 102 SSI S 17 New Market 1 23 S 40 8 47 Broadway 1 oti 0 03 0 12 Arv Harrisonburg.. 2 lO 0 SO 10 00 NORTHWARD. No. 14. No. 80. No.72. Leave A.M. P.M. P.M. HanisonWtri* 0 45 3 10 7 15 Broadway. 7 00 3 41 7 5b Hew Market 7 17 S .e0 8 20 ML Jackson 7: 0 4 14 8 5b Kdinhur^ 744 431 0 27 Woodstock 7 53 4 43 0 4S Slrasbur*; Juiiellou. 8 15 5 C8 10 SO Strufburu 8 22 5 14 10 55 Hi vert on ? b 42 5 87 Front Royal b 52 5 47 Plain? 0 5S 7 Oj \tunu?-sni? 10 50 7 ?*>.*> Arv. Alexandria 11 35 8 45 Washington 12 00 0 05 Nop.14 and SO connect with main linfttrains for all points South and Southwest, and at Wushinmon for all Eastern Cities. No change of cars between Washington and llai r'Honbtirg on Nos. 13 and 14. For detailed iufor ation apply to uenrest a?;ent of Southern Railway, or write to L. S. Brown, General Agent, Washington. I). 0. FRANK S. OANNON, 3?d Vicc-Pre-fct. & GcnM M'g'r. I J. M. GULP, Traflle M?r. I Jan 31. W. A. TURK, (icu*l pafrs.Agt. West Virginia Central & Pittsburg Railway Co. In Effect May 14, 1893. Southward. Station*. Norlliwur*. No. 3. N'|>. 1 No. a. Nil. 4. P.M. A.M. l'.M. l'.M. f8 15 <u Cumberland fl'J 00 t? -0 3 48 7 -0 Hawling* 11 Hi 5 51 4 OR 7 52 Key for 11 OS 5 80 4 10 8 05 \Ve*ternport It* 58 5 -0 4 20 S Oil W.Ya.C.Junet, 10 51 5 13 4 45 8 85 Shaw 1" 2S 4 45 5 08 9 00 Harrison flO ((> tl 23 *5 50 *0 50 Ell; Garden *S 10 *8 80 +5 41 fit 85 Gorman fit 8B +8 54 5 47 '.I 42 Bayard !l 211 3 40 5 59 0 54 1>. "bill il 9 I'.l 8 39 0 02 tl ?-8 Henry 0 15 3 35 0 27 10 27 TlunilM 8 4S 8 12 r. f-5 ltl 55 l)avl? 8 05 2 25 IS 31 10 81 Cokcton 8 41 8 05 ti 5!) 11 01 llundrlcks 8 10 2 85 7 02 11 04 ilauibletuu 8 07 2 82 7 15 1107 Brnz 8 03 3 28 7 03 1110 Parsons 8 01 2 25 7 48 11 45 Kitchs 7 25 t 54 8 00 12 00f Elklns t7 10 fl 40 f8 21 12 20' Beverly *0 0-i fl 18 ts 50 12 45* Huttonsvllle, *5 40 tl2 50 2 80* Hilinirt.m *il 15 P. M. 1". M. A. M. A.M. t Daily. *DaUy Except Sunday. O. W. IIAKRISON, O. L. BKETZ, (Jen'l Passenger Agt. ficu'l Mauaser. May 23, 1MK), 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Patents TRADE IV!ARKS Designs Cop\ rights Ac. i I* pro r stir con.. sent free, oldest agency for securing patent*. Patents taken through Munu & Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge, in tbo Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. }.nr*oct cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. S3 a year: four months. W. Bold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36,Bro^ New York Branch Office, 625 F 8U Washington. D. C. Dee. o. ~ JN0. B. HAINES, Manufacturer of Cigars, And dealer in SMOKING AND CHEWINQ TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, &C. Main St.,opposite Win. Jenkins'store and Bullion WINCHESTER. VA. October 3, 18SU. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM OImbmi and bemntifies the tub. Promotw m famukat growth. Ilever Tkila to Bestore Qrmy Hair to its Youthful Color. Cores M3'.p tt hsir tallicc. 50c,sDdelU0it VIRGIN!A COLLEGE FOP. VOU.NO I A DIES, ROANOKE, VA. Opens S. pt ISlli, 1SP!I. One of ibe Iradine Schools for Young Ladies in the South. .Mag nificent I'ui!diu<r--*T all inod^rii improvements. Caigpus ten a civs. (irand mountain scenery in Valley ?>f Va.t f*un?'d for health. Kurnpeau and American teachers. Full course Bupe rior advantage in Art and Millie. Students from twenty.*even States. For catalogue ad dress the President. MATTER P, HARRIS, Koanok<% Va. 0% ChlebMtes* Kmrnllth DlamanA TTraaJ. - Pennyroyal pills I Orlflaol ud Only Gesalne. A oarc, mIvaji rrliiUa. ladies uk a\ Itrmptl fcr CkUUsUrt ?n?/uA <ma*djlmd la Ited ?od Gold '?*?. Mated with kioe ribbon. Take \y other. JUf*? dm*pu t mm ? spa far porUevUr*. i _ . jef for LmJletter, by retars ^ MalL 10,000 Twtlawoiml*. Jfame Paper - /;OlMer0kadcslC?.lts4lMa Flare. Bold by aif Local Dnctisu. . PHILADA.. PA July is?4w. Painting, Papering, &c? THE undersigned U prepared to do all kinds of Painting. Graining. Paper Hanging, ?fcc. Prices moderate and prompt attention given to all orders. T. M. BAKER. May 2. tf. C1I8TERN Pamp*??we have the l?cst anc$ J dicided'y the cheapest ou il^e market, as also force and lift pomps, all siz*-s Uome and see us. EASTER DAY ?& CO _B. & O. RAILROAD Time Table In effect May 14, -*'0 until lot titer uolhro NORTHWARD. 8 14 .<4 p?n. Pars. Leave A.M. A. M. o Lexington 4 15 11 40 3 Staunton 5 48 1 15 p. tu. 4 So Harrisoubursr. 6 SS 2 10 7 0o Train 8 connects w.Ui Southern R. R. at Harrisonburg at 7.00 a. in. for Strasbarg Junction ami Harpcr'a Ferry Division. 30 8 14 Pass. Pare. Pa*?. A.M. A.M. P.M. Strasburg 8 SO 5 15 Capon Koad .. S 38 5 IS Winchester ... 6 00 9 01 5 58 Stciiheuson... 6 00 9 11 5 04 CbarlcnTown. H 45 9 17 6 4S Tlariicr's Ferry 7 OS 10 10 195 Washington.. 9 SO 1155 9 40 Baltimore 10 30 12 53 11 03 Philadelphia .. 12 M S 09 8 55 New York S 00 5 40 0 aO SOUTHWARD. 50 65 19 Puss. Pats. Pass. Leave A.M A.M. i* New York 1" Philadelphia .. ? Baltimore 7 SO 4 SO Washington... 8 00 ' ?? bU Harper's Ferry 10 4!) 12 *40 7 -3 Charles Town. II TO 1 04 ^.95 Stcpli'enson... 11 84 1 41 b .>0 Winchester. . 11 44 1 5".' 9 OS CaponUoad... 12 ?-'(> X <tt Strasburg 12 22 2 2S Train 59 connect with Southern R. H. at Strasburg Junction at 13.25 and 7.45 p. tu tor Harrisonburg. 95 17 59 Mixed. Puss. Pass. A.M. A.M. P.M. Harrisonburg. 10 20 7 15 ji 80" Staunton 12 SO S 05 .. _!> Lexington .... 9 f>3 5 ?(? Mixed Truius Southbound pass CliarlesTOWil n. 8.J3 and fl.45 a. m. Arrive at Strasburg. Junction at G.02 and 10.80 a. in. Mixed tralus northbound puss Charles Tow n at 3.80 p. in. uud 1.S2 n. ui. Arrive at Harpc'tV Ferry at 4.20 p. m. and 1 80 a. lit. CONNECTIONS. Train 8 connects at Harpcr'sFerry withFas* ?.IinitedKxpress train leaving at 12.41 u.in. ami 1:04 p. in. in riving at Chicago 9.80 a. in.; and 13.00 noon, and ?lth tniln leaving at 5.14 t. in. arriving at Cincinnati! at 7.45 u. m-. SI. mtis 11.00 p. in.; ami cnniieels at Weavertou a! 11.40 a. in., arrive at Hagerstown at 12.40 p. in . Washington Jii net ion with traiu arriv ug at Frederick at. 1.55 p. in. Train 14 connects wlili Fa*t Vestibule train at Harper's Ferry at 9:44 p. in. for Chicago, ut 10:31 p. in. lor Pittsburg mid 12:55 a. ill. lor Ciuclnntiiti and St. Louis. Arrive ut Pitt# liarg ut 7.00 u. ill , Chicago at 9:45 p. in.. Ciu cliinatti at 5 p. in., and 31, Louis G::10 a. in. Pullman Palace Slcepiug Cars are rno through to Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Cliieugo on all express tralus. For rates, tickets, baggage checked, apply to any nOice ot the H. A O. ltiiilr. ad. F. 1) UN OEUWOOD, Geu'l Manager. 1). B. MAIiTIN, Mau'gr I'ass. Trallle. Dee. 0. lSUj. Western Maryland R. R. Schcdilio In effect June 13. 1S99. MAIN LINE. Stations. A. M. A. M. P. M Le. Cherry Run 5 20 9 40 Big Pool 5 28 9 V.i Cleur spl int .r? 85 9 50 Charlton 5 40 10 tri WillijiuiBport.P. V.. .. 5 4'.) 10 12 Ar. liugerstown 0 08 10 25 Lc. Willlamsport .1 54 Le Hateratown 7 0;$ 2 05 *4 JO CUcwBviUu 7 2t> 2 20 Smitlisburg 7 27 2 29 4 2S EdgCUfont 7 4*2 2 45 4 '.W Ar. IlhihlU lil 7 50 2 50 I.e High field 750 251 Fair Held 8 10 3 24 Gettysburg 8 48 8 52 New* Oxford 0 05 4 14 Hanover 9 22 4 81 Ar. Pinters 9 83 4 45 Lc. Porter# 9 88 537 Surit.ii; Orove 9 47 5 85* Ar. York 10 12 ? CO Le. Highfitfld 7 50 2 ftft Tlmunont 8 lf? 8 21, 5 28 Rocky Hidge 8 20 8 81 5 88 Brucevilic 8 87 8 44 545 Union 15ridge 8 45 8 54 5 58 I New Windsor 8 54 4 05 5 07 I Westminster 8 11 4 0 21 Emory Grove & 8* Glyndon 9 48 5 04 6 87 Ar. lialtimoro 10 27 0 05 -7 17 A.M. A.M. P.M. Le. Baltimore *1 30 8 11 4 01 Glyndon 510 Oil 5 5 0 Emory Grove 0 12 Westminster 5 38 9 515 5 42 New Windsor 5 50 10 10 0 02 Union Bridge 5 57 10 JO 618 Brucevllle 0 03 10 28 0 23 Boeky Kidge 10 40 6 2#K Thurmont 6 21 10 51J 0 47 Ar. lli^hfleld 1128 7 20 Le. York 9 00 4 10 Spring Grove 924 4 35 Ar, Port era 9 83 4 4a. Le. Porters 9 82 5 27 Hanover 9 40 5 89 ? New OThird 10 03 5 55 Gettysburg 10 28 6 10 Kail Hold 10 50 0 40. Ar. High field 1125 7 17. JjQ Highfleld 11 28 7 2IP Edgcmont 7 08 11 42 7 82 Sniitlisbnrg f711 1150 7 41 Chews ville 11 57 7 50 Ar. Ila^er?town *7 20 12 10 8 OS Ar. WJIlanisport 8 2ft I.e. Hagcrstown 808 12 15 8 10 Willlanisport, P.V 8 21 12 27 8 31 Charlton 8 29 12 30 8 4L Ctiear Spring 8 31 12 41 8 47 Big Pool 8 40 12 52 9 01 Ar. Cherry linn 8 49 12 55 9 05 Blue \Ioijhtain Exi'Iiess (Parlor Cur> leave* Baltimore, daily, except Suinl.iy. 8 22 p. m.. for i(ut;er?town. Uetornin^ leave* flu ger?town 6.43 a. til. Arrive Baltimore9.31. Additional trains leave Baltimore for Union Bridge and Intermediate Stations at 10.17 >? m. and 5,00 and 0 07 p. in., and leave -Union Bridge tor Baltimore at 5.20 and 0,*)7 a. Uhf and 12.55 p. m.f daily, except Sunday. SuMJATsOM.v.-J.eave Baltimore for Union Bridge and Intermediate Station* 9.35 a. m.. and 2.85 p. in., and leave Union Bridgt: at 0 4ft a. m.. and 3.58 p. in. for Baltimore and inter mediate Stations. BAI.TIMOKE A CUMBERLAND TAUjfl BRA5CIT Leuve Haxerstown fur Waynesboro^ CH-irn bersbnrg and Intermediate ssiutkui* 0 2L u. in., uud for Hhippensbur^ :.>oi Intermediate Stations at 11.10 a in. and 7,00 p. m. Leave Sht|>pctiHbar^ for Ila^cr?town and In termediate Station* ai 0.00 a. ni. and 3.00 p. in., and leave Lhambersbur;: for Hay^crstown and intermediate Stations ut 1,45 p. in. Til A INS VIA ALTEN WAI.D CL'T-OPF. Leave Hagrrtfown for Clia robcrsbnrt? rtn'l Intcriiicdiute Stations at 0.12 a m. and 8 17 p. in,, and leave Cbaiiibcr*bur? for Ha^eritown and Intermediate Stations at 7 18 a. m. ami 7.49 p. ni. Trains forFrederiek leave Bioeeville at 8.3ST 9.35 and 10.40 a. ni., and 5.38 and 0.25 p. tt?.? Trains for Little-town and Taney town leave.. Brneevillc 9.47 a in. and 3.45 p in. Leave Iloeky Ridge for Einmitsbtirz at 8 2ft, and 10 40 a. in. and^^l and 0.30 p. iu. Le;tv? EinmiUbunr fur KockyKidge at 7.10 and 1<M>U ? a. m. and 2 50 and 4.50 p. m. ?Daily. All others Duity, except SamlaY. -fStopa only to land jiaticagcn Iram Baitl- . more. J. M. HOOD, Prea't. and fScn'l MaiTgr... B. H. <JRli>\VOLI>, Gen*) Pass. Agent. * Jm>e28. 189*. Contractors & Builders. FIRST CLASS WORK BY GOO IB MECHANICS. If y u intend bnilding or making altera tion*. or if your property is la need of repairs* L-al] or tend ponlul to CHA8. H. GRIM. Contractor and Builder. Box253, Charles Town, W. Va. BEfEKEXCES.? I. U. CoffmaD, Woo. Kahn Ttioj. C, Earnabtw (work juet finished). Special Attention to allKinds Jobbing, May 15. 1SH.