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FOR SCROFULA. S. S. S, Is the Only Remedy Equal to this Obstinate Disease. There arc dozens of remedies recommended for Scrofula, some of tham no doubt being able to nfford temporary relief, but 8. S. S. is absolutely the only remedy which completely cures it. Scrofula is one of the most obstinate, deep-seated blood diseases, and is beyond the reach of the many so-called purifiers and tonics because some thing more than amere tonic is required. S. S. S. is equal to any blood trouble, and never fails to cure Scrofula, because it goes down to the seat of the disease, thus permanently eliminating every trace of the taint. The serious consequences to which Scrofula surely leads should impress upon those afflicted with it the vital im portance of wasting no time upon treatment which can not possibly effect a cure. In many cases where the wrong treatment lias been relied upon, complicated glandular swellings hare resulted, for which the doctors insist that a dangerous surgical operation is necessary. Mr. II. E. Thompson, of Milledgeville, Go., writes: "A bad case of Scrofula broke out on the glands of my neck, which had to be lanced and caused me much suffering. I was treated for a long while, but the physicians were un able to cure me, and my condition was as bad as when I began their treatment Many blood remedies were used, but without effect. Some one recommended S. S. S., and I began to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles. Continuing the remedy, I was soon cured permanently, and have never had a sign of the disease to return." Swift's Specific? S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD ?is the only remedy which can promptly reach and cure obstinate, deep-seated blood diseases. By relying upon it, and not experimenting with the various so-called tonics, etc., all sufferers from blood troubles can De promptly cured, instead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermines the constitution. S. 8. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and never fails to cujp Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Klieumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Boils, Tetter, Pimples, Sores, Ulcers, etc. Insist upon S S S.; nothing can take its place. Books on l)lo< d and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address by the Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. By uatng the Rosemont Radiators J The Popular Kind" 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 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. Cooke & Phillips DEALERS IN PAINTS, oils, putty, class, &c. Sole Agents in Charles Town for the Genuine OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS and Parts. The CELEBRATED B1RDSELL STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, The well known ? MILWAUKEE BINDERS AND MOWERS, UNDOUBTEDLY THE LIGHTEST DRAFT Machines on the Market. "FAMOUS OHIO" CULTIVATORS, best on the market to-day. SYRACUSE LEVER SPRING-TOOTH HARROW, equaled by none; Pennsylvania Low-Down Grain Drill, positive force feed ; Single and Double Shovel Plows, Garden Plows, Cumberland Hy draulic Cement constantly on hand, Longman & Martinez Pure Prepared Paints, every gallon guaranteed ; the oldtime Wood Frame Harrows, and everything in the General Hardware Line. Give us a call, we can SAVE YOU MONEY. Mj'ers Hay Tools a Specialty. Hoosier Single and Double Corn Planters the best machines of the kind on earth ; also have the Tiger. April 2f>. 18(19. |Full Line oft Newest Desnges |BuggieS and| WE CLAIM TO BUILD tSurreys ^ not the cheapest "VIC 3But tbe Best for tbe /Doneg. ? Every Vehicle made by us, will speak for itself. ? Allow us to send you our catalogue, and the name X of the nearest dealer to you handling our work. | Bavbouv Co.taou&eta, SOUTH BOSTON, VA. G. T. KNIGHT, (SUCCESSOR TO SALDER BROS.) I wish to inform iny 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 FIRST-CLASS STYLE. My last few years connection with lite 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 Department is uneaqualled. I have the Lat Style Caskets, Cuilins and Burial Robi'S. PRICES 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 he prepared to do Upholdstoring, make old Mattresses over, and do ANY KIND REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY. All work guaranteed- If not satisfactory, money refunded. Feb. 1. G. T. KNIGHT, Music Lessons. MISS BRHT1IA A. RU1IL will conlinuc to teach Vocal mid Instrumental Music in li? r rcsidencc on the corner of Samuel and Liberty streets. Any one wishing Cart ful and Thorough Instruction at a very Moth-rule Prise will do well by engaging her as tlieir instructor. March 31. Give Me A Bid. I offer my services to the public as on auc tioneer, with county and corporation license, and solicit a share of patronage. llsv.u^ had considerable experience. I guarantee sat isfaction. Charges reasonable. CHARLES RISSI.ER, 0, 1807, Charles Town, \Y. Vo. Dynamite to Blow up the Filipinos, From New York Journal. Washington, Aug. 23.?The War De partment has secured a vessel to trans port the Sims-Dudley dynamite guns and necessary ammunition to Manila. The ship will sail from New York within a few days, but for obvious reasons it-name is withheld. ^ An order was issued to day directing First Lieutenant Mervyn C. Iluckey, of the Third Artillery, to proceed to New York, and, in conjunction with Paul D. 8tockly, of that city,, to superintend the placing of twelve of these 2A inch guns, with their accessories^aud ammunition, on board the commercial steainer d?8'g nated by the QmrttrmastiVs Depart ment, for transportation to Manila by way of the Suez Canal and Hong Kong The d-partment intends to gather alt information possible concerning the usi of mountain guns and howi'ZTa for u e ill the Philippines, and hns diricteil Lieutenant Buckey, as soon as lii* work in New York is performed, to proceid u> Woolwich Arsenal, ill England, and aim to Paris and Amsterdam, to inspect at those places the iTganizttiou and mate rial of uiouoiain guna and howilzr bat teries, such as are used in India. Africa. Madagascar, Java, B .rneo and Sumatra under conditions similar to those now found in the Philippine-. After this work Li. utenant Buckey will proceed to 8uez. where he will await tl e coming of the hospital ship Missouri, about September 17, on which lie will proceed to Manila and report to the coin mantling general fur duly. The depait ineut expects, through the in formation obtained by L'eiitenaut Biiekev, to be thle to put in a< t mi in the Philippines a baUery that will throw coiiftfrua'ioii in ? ? the r ink* of-tin- insiprtcli nUt?, and which jifill prove an important factor in the cimpaigii.tli'it will open at th? clohe of the r iny re u?on. Hi..? dyosiniie guns .ire of Miiuli ili iineler atnl easily hand e?l. Thr> can In Iriwn by mett, it' net d be, wilhi-lil llo Aid of horses, and lire the uio-t de-tinc ivpi-fany light nrtilliiy guns ns* d n 'iiodfin wmr.'are. Tin tx,?l?-i'in of a shell Ir-ui one ??! the guns U gnurann-nl t i Li I! i * tin ? a t'nn a r.n'.iu- ol lif v f i t Tuilw i t lit in in s-rvire on the firing lint1 will b 'ar more deadly than the ordinary ft It nrtiilery, and ordnance < xp* rtt win* havi made a ftuily of the new exp'ofive to In used in tin m asM'rt thai no fue can with -taud the < IT cl prnduci d by a batti-ry ol ?itch gllns They will reach General Oiis in cmpli time for use when the campaign opens. Lieutenant Buekey is all expert in ord nance mailtrs mid his presence in the Philippines in expectid to give the com manding general the services of a man who is thoroughly conversant with tbis new and powerful weapon. "Ho that is warm thinks all so," but many people are always cold because of poor blood. They need Hood's Sarsa parilla. DEER PARK HOTEL, Deer Park, Maryland?Most Delightful Summer Kesort of the Alleghenies. Sarept by mountain breezes, 2.800 feet above sea level. Absolutely free from malaria, hay fever and mosquitos. On Main Line of Baltimore ?* Ohio Rail road. Hotc-1 an i Cott fires. Evory mod ern convenience. Rooms en suite with batb. Klectric Light?, Elevator, Turk ish Baths, two larpr? swiniminir Pools, Golf Links, Tennis O ?nrtsf Bowling Al le* s, Magnificent Drives Complete Liv ery stable. Annapo'is Navnl Academy Bai d. Delightful e. ttrtkrc tf i furnishoc for housekeeping if desired) ready foi e-ccuf ?nry June 1st. 11 o*r.l open l'ruiii Jui e 2Uh t September !0-h. For rates at*d information address D. O. Jon^s, Msnag< r. B. it O Buildinp Baltimore, Md , until June 10th. After that time. Deer Park Garrett Co., Md, OASTORIA. Bean the /t Kind You Haw Always Bought WEEK END RATES. Beginning Saturday, May 13, and continu i .g ti? and Including Sum) iv. Sept. 2t. 1 1)0. thcSout hern Railway will place in effect>i rate of one fare for the round tii:? from llarr'son ? ?ttrg. Waricntoii. Orui?r?\ Round 11 < I Mid intermediate ft at ions to Wiifhington. C.. and return, ticket* to be Mild ouKutuidav and Siluduv nf cnch ivcl k. uckhI ft turning the fol lowing Monday The two-day rotttid trip rate now in effect will lie sold during the week as ii the \ a.*t. These week-end ia't-6 are also on sale at Wui-hiugtnn and Alexandria to com tuutatiou point.'* in Virginia. ??PICTURESQUE SCENERY." 2fteley%# New Serbs of Piclnrexqne America Gicen Away by I lie Ii. A O. 11, It, The Grat volume, containing thirty-t wo su perb half-tone engravings, 8x10 iuclies. made fiotn photograph* in the Eastern portion of the United States, In the Allegheny Moun tains, Shenandoah Valley and the 6urrouud ing historical territory. These views iuelude New York Harbor Brooklyn Bridge, Susqiiebauua River, Har per's Ferry with John Brawn's Fort, John Browu's monument, Jefferson's Rock, Battle fields at Winchester and Fisher's Hill, Cheat River, ludiau Creek, Old National Road. etc. These views have been selected from the fa in us series of photographs owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. Sent free to any address in the United States, Canada or Mexico upon receipt of 12c. iu stamps or coin to cover postage uud pack ing. Copy may be seen at any ticket ofllce.of the B. t O. R. R. Iu sending orders, address D. B. Martin, Manager Passenger Traffic, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, Md., marking en velope " Picturesque Amcr.ca." CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of NIAGARA FALLS. Hpcciul Excursions to Niagara Falls. N. Y.. via. Southern Railway, through Washington. During the summer seasou. 1S99. the South ern R'v will sell rouud-trip tickets from Cou pon Stations. Manassas to L ncliburg. and Manassas toHarrisonbnrg,inclusive.at greatly reduced rutes.good on regular trains to Wash ington, in connection with special excursion trains from that point via. Pcnsylvauia and B. ?fe O. railroads. Leave Washington via. Pa. at 8 a. in , Julv 27. Aug. 10 uud 24. Sept. 7 and 21, Oct. 5 and 19. anu via. B. ?fe O. at 8:10 nr. m., July 13, Aug. 5 and 17, Sept. 14 and 28, Oct. 12, 1899. Tickets will be sold from different stations the date previous and for train No. 38 on the morning of the dates meutiuned above, aud will l?e good returning eleven days, including iiir ante icaving Washington. For further ?!:f::r7iiafloii coininunicate with any representative. Passenger Department. Southern Railway, or I*. S. Brown, 105 15th etrcet, N. W., Washington, D. C.* 2 CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the 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 Children?Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and JBowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of i GENUINE The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STRCCT. NEW/ YORK CITY. 5tick Seat Open Surrey. Beauty V and Comfort. NEWEST DESIQN. A Popular Wagon We make a foil line of light vehicles. Send for catalogue and name of dealer nearest to you handling our work Every job Price low considering quality of work. EAGLE CARRIAGE CO., Manufacturers, Cincinnati, Ohio. ISTo. 500 NEW Carriages & Buggies. i1/ipvush Slough, LEADING OOACH MAKERS of Southern Pennsylvania and ftflaryland, Wish toanuounce to the people of Charles Town and vicinity Hint they are better prepared than ever to furnish Buggies, Carriages, Spindle and Dayton Wagons, at bottom prices. ALL MATERIAL AND GOODS FIRST CLASS. I)o not purchase until you address us at JShippeustiurg, Pa., or Ilagerstown, Mil. ; or von can receive full information from Mr. Adam Brown, at the Carter House, Charles Town. Alt!.'. 2.'!)S. Dayton. O. CHRISTMAS IDEAS quite puzzle where 3*00 have so lunuy irifts to select. This year we have obliterated the task for you. beiug quite careful hi purcha^ iujj our llnlliduy Stoek. We have leuuccr mostly towards those Articles of a Useful K?nd. It will be our pleasure to help you fill your lift. FRUITS & NUTS of this year's growth. CANDY, Strictly Pure and Fresh. We will be espcciallj* pleaded to cutcrtaiu committees from Sunday Schools and euter taiumcuts- Have EXTRA INDUCEMENTS to offer. GUSTAV D. BROWN, CONFECTIONER. Nov. 29. Water Coolers, A Full Assortment, at. EA8TEUDAY <fc CO.'S, South Charles Street, July 4. Charles Town. W. Va. A NICE assortment of Smootbiug Irons ou band and for sale cheap. - July IU EASTJfiROAX & CO. WM. B. REED, Chambersburg Nurseries, CHAMBERSBURG, l'A. New Jewelry Repair Store The nndersiiruod lms moved Into the roo;n of Mr. 1). S. jluirhcs. )at??,!y occupied by tor. L. A. Ofbourn. two door** rust <?r the post office, where he will conduct the business of REPAIRING WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEAELRY. An expcriencc of 35 }*cars in the business enab es me to guarantee satisfaction to all who inav favor me with their patronage. Give mc a call: FKANCIS BODNEU. April 4. 1SG9. Gasolene Stoves Are the best thing to cook with in Summer time. Can cook quicker and belter than ou a cook 6tove, aud. bt?t of all, you can keep cool, aud no mistake. Come and ?;et one. EA3TERDAY CO , July 4. South Churls St. \W7 ANTED. odd lots baled and loose Hay. Y> April 4. C, F, WALJ* Jno. A. Washington. R. W. Alexander. Washington & Alexander, Insurance Agency, ONE OF TOE OLDEST INSURANCE AGEN CIES IN THE STATE. Office Gibson Building, Charles Town, W. Va. Representing tbe following Companies : The old and reliable ./ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn., Giving the best results to policy holders, and which has a larger amount of policies iu Jefferson County than all other Life Insurance Companies together. Liverpool A London ?fe Globe, of England, Scottish Union and National, of Scotland and the Royal Tnsuranee Co., of Liv erpool. the )st foreign (Jo's. dolmr business in America. iETNA, OF HARTFORD. Peabody, of Wheeling, W. Va. Fraukllu, 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. Coutiuenial. of New York. Gcrman-Aiuvrican Fire Iusurance Co.,of New York. Home Insurance Company, ol New York. Niunara Fire Iusurance Co., of New York. Fidelity aud Casual'ty. of New York City, furnishing Si earn Boiler Insurance aud" inspections and Accident Insurance of every kind. Fidelity and Deposit Company, of Maryland, the only company authorized to grant bonds aud become surety iu 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. II. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. A sworu statement of the conditions of all Foreign iusurance Cempauies rcpreseuted iu this Agency will be found at the Clerk's Office, iu complluuee with the State laws. We solicit a coutluuauce of your patronage, Respectful I v. WASHINGTON A ALEXANDER. Feb. 19, 1895. The Jefferson County; MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company. Established 1S78. JOHN A. WASHINGTON, Secretary Office, Gibson Building, Court-liouse Yard. CliarlcKtown. OFFERS to the people of Jefferson. County Iusurance in a safe Company at the actual cost of insurauce, which is much cheaper than the rates usually charged, and keeps the money at home.. Good risk* from responsible parties are invited. Executive Committee meets every Friday Diuectous?Jos.Trapnell. Ileury B. Daven port, J. Garland Hurst. John W. Rider. W. II. T. Lewis, j<. Preston Chew, Win. L. Wilson, Eugene Baker,S. W. Washington, H. L. Snyder, Wni. C. Frafier. John H. Zittle, Jacob S. Melvin. E. G. W. Herr. Isaac II. Strider. i. II. STIUDKR.... President. H. B. DAVENPORT Treasurer. Executive Committee?J. G. Ilurst. Win. LI. T Lewis. Eugene Baker, Isaac H. Strider, Jos. Trapueil, S. VV. Washington. General Agents: WASHINGTON A ALEXANDER, ChJfrles To\vu, W. Va. Sub-Agents : J. S. FLEMING. Slu phcrdstown, W. Va. II. TBAIL. Harper's Ferry, W, Va. Jan. 12, IS0-2?odnl'2,79. COACH FACTORY, i y e ey, &a. 'jHlE undersigned having purchased tlie old JL established" Couch Factory of the lute Welle J. Haw ks, in Charlestowu, with the view of en tering iuto the Carriage Business, iu all its branches, offer* for sale a large nuin vr of New and Second-hand CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAQGERS, Jtc., at the lowest jiriccs and upon the most ac commodating terms. Old Carriages tulcen in. Exchange for New. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS d<jnu with neat acss and dfcpatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses and Carriages FOK HIRE. In connection with the above I will continue the LIVKUY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnish Carriages, Buggies and Joggers at the shortest notice. The above business will be under the su periutendeuce of Abrum Stump. UNDERTAKING. I am prepared to give my special attention to the business of Undertaking. Being a practical mechanic and determined to give satisfaction, I respectfully solicit a shar of pu blic patronage. May 15, Ib?7. LEW7S STA UKY. Market House Grocery And Provision btore. o NN N FEE W W W CJfnrA N N N KP W W W \V OlUi t?. N NN K W W W W n j NT NN EEE W W IxOOUS. FRESH w ROCER1ES. I have just opened a full line of CHOICE GROCERIES, consUting of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, SUGAR, TEAS, COFFEE?, SYRUPS, BACON, SLICED HAM, BOLOGNA. Best and Freshest Coods, Lowest Prices. aarBDTCHEKING BUSINESS still conducted at same stand. The choicest meats of every character constantly on hand. S. C. YOUNG. AM .VaS-v. Attention, Everybody ! Don't throw your hats away when they eet soiled, when at"a small cost 30U gau get theni cleaned, reblockcd aud put in good shape. STRAW HATS BLEACHED. Mr. Julian A. Smith, a practical hatter from Chicago, is in Charles Town, aud will guarantee you First-Class Work, lie also cleans or dyes all kinds of Ladle*' or Gent's Clothing. Silks. Velvet*, Feathers. Plumes. Tips, (Jloves, Lace curtains. Kug*>, etc.: In fact, anything that can be eleaned '?r dyed. Yon will do well by calling oubini at building of .Mr. J. ~F. Eugle on LUfrty ftrc-t, rear <iX. Court-House, and oblaiu prices. JULIAN A. SMITH. A pr iljL BUY a Gasoline Stove. We have theni-? Also Oil Stov<*s. Don't be hnrut up with the heat fiow a couk stove. Use ouc a week and yon would not be without it. For sale at Eaaterday A Co.'*. N ryW MorfoSkSfeWestem ' Schedule in Efitet March 12, 1BOO. Charles Town, \V? Vu. South and Westbouud. No. S. ^ No. 27. 8:45 a. ni. 5:4? p. ra. Northbound. No. 4. No. 2S. 8:55 p. in. 9:33 a. in TICKETS OHIO, IND!flN li LINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA. TEXAS, -?k. I'm WEST, KORTH-WEST, S0UTH-WES1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ? THE-BEST ROUTE TO THE? N~ORTH AND EAST. ULLMAN VESTIBULEO COACH'S AID 8LEEPIN0 CARS. HE THAT TOM TIHITS IMI SV'I TNI NORFOLK ^WESTERN RAILROAD. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE.. Write for Rates. Maps. Time-Tables. Descriptive Pamphlets, to any Station Agent, or to W. a. BCVILL, ALLEN HULL, M. r. bmaqo, Gen. Pau. Aft. Siv. Pas*. Aft. Tra?. Faaa. Aft tCAXOKI.YA. HUMUS. 6. 1IAIIKE.YA. June 27. *93. . J Southern Railway. Between Washington, Alexandria, Stras BUltO AND IllltH rONlll'KO. CondcnscdTime Tables, iu EfTcct May 7. 1899 (Trains Nan, 9 uud 30 daily ; trains Nos, 13, 71, 14 and 72 daily, except Sunday.) SOUTHWARD. No. 9. No. 13 No.7l. I.eavo A.M. P.M. A.M. Washington 8 1)1 4 01 Alexandria 8 123 4 Mnnnfi?I* 9 32 5 03 Plnim 10 30 5 53 Frtitli 11 40 .07 11 W 7 IS ,P. M. St ra.-1 Mir,- It5 15 7 37 5 50 Strat>hut:: .Junction. 12 25 7 45 0 20 Woodstock 12 45 8 08 7 12 Edlul.ur^ 12 55 8 IS 7 44 Mt. Ja. k-on 1 0.) 8 31 8 1? New Maiki-t 1 23 8 40 8 47 Hroad way 1 80 9 03 9 12 Arv Harrisonburg.. 2 10 9 30 10 00 NOUTinVAlU). No. 14. No. 30. No.72. Lfeave A.M. P.M. P.M. llarrisonI*ttrg 0 45 3 10 7 15 Hmndwav 7 0t> 3 41 7 5> :?e.w Maikvt 7 IT 3 M? 8 20 Mt Jackson 7 :,0 4 14 8 5> Kdi hu? ?r 7 44 4 31 9 2? Wo.lstock 7 53 4 43 9 48 Sti i hiir? Junction. 8 15 5 (-'8 10 30 Stru hnrg .. 8 22 5 14 10 55 Kive Mil 8 42 5 37 Front Koyal 8 52 5 47 Plain? 9 58 7 0.) Manassas 10 50 7 55 I Arv. Alexandria.... 11 35 8 45 Washington 12 00 9 05 Nos 14 and 30 connect with main Hue trains for uil points 8outh and Sontbweyt, and at , Washington for all Eastern Cities. No chuuire ol cars brfweenWashiu^ion and Harrisonburg I on Nos. 13 and 14. For detailed ii.for ntion apply to nearest | agent of Southern Kail way. or write to L. 8. Brown, General Aget:t. Washington. I). C. FHANK 8. GANNON, 3id Vice-Prest. & GenM MVr. J. M. CULP, TrulUc Mar. Jan 31. W. A. TU11K, Gen'l pass.Agt. West Virginia Central & Pittsburg Railway Co, In Effect May 14, 1809. Southward. Station?. Norlbwar1'. No. 3. No. 1 N'i. 2. No. 4. P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. f3 15 |7 (.0 Cumberland t'- 00 fB SO 8 48 7 SO Itawliiiirri 11 :tl 5 S| 4 Of, 7 53 Keyeer 11 OS 5 30 4 lti 8 05 Wchlcrnpnrt lt? 58 5 20 4 20 S Oil W.Va.C.Junet, 10 51 5 13 4 45 8 35 Slum- in 28 4 45 5 08 SI Oil Hurritoti f!0 (0 f4 23 *5 50 *11 50 Klk Garden -8 10 "3 30 t"> 41 f0 85 Oorniun f.' 35 +8 54 5 47 0 43 Bui aril '.I 20 3 40 5 50 0 54 llLbtiiu 0 10 3 80 0 08 0 IS Henry 0 15 3 35 (i 27 10 27 Tlintnaa 8 48 3 i2 ?1 55 10 55 Davis 8 05 2 25 0 31 10 31 Coketon 8 41 S 05 6 50 11 01 Hendricks 8 10 2 35 7 02 11 04 llumbletou 8 07 2 32 7 05 11 07 Brelz 8 03 2 28 7 08 1110 Parsons 8 00 2 25 7 43 11 45 Kerens 7 25 1 54 8 00 12 00+ Klklns 17 10 fl 40 tS 21 12 20* Beverly *ti 04 +1 Is |8 50 13 45- llimonsvillc, *5 40 f 13 SO 2 30* Bcliuutou *!1 15 P. M. 1*. M. A. M. A.M. t Dally. *I)ally Except- Sunday. O. W. IIAKRISON. C. 1.. Bl.F'TZ. Cell'I Passenger Agl. Uen'l Manager. May 23. I.SOO, Trade Marks Designs Cop', rights Slc. Anyone Bending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention la probably patentable. C ommunica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents .?vllDni-llUfcl/ I.ijiiiiucifb^ui AjiMAUUin/* uu m umjiiw sent free. Oldest otrency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn be. Co. receive tpfdal notice, without charge, iutbe TtlUi n II uuuu (.uniKB, til tun Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. J.nrgest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN &Co.38,Bre?d"?-New York Branch Office. 626 F St^ Washington. D. C. Doc- 0 JNO. B. HAINES, Manufacturer of Cigars, And dealer in SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, SNUFF. PIPES, AC. Main St.,opposite Win. Jenkinf'store nnd saloon WINCHESTER. VA OctotKT 2. 1SS3. Preserving Kettles ! We have in stock am! for ale at the old prices a larire assortment, of Brass. Copper and Poreeline-Liued Preserving Kettles. Come and fee us bvfors makinic vn ?r purchases Id this fine. EASTRKDAY cfe CO . July 4. Soul it diaries street. Bicycle Ordinance. See. 42. chap. VII. of the ordinance of the Cortioration of C.'sarlc* Town provides: "it shall he unlawful f??r any person to ride a Weyele ti|tcn the pavement or sidewalks. or to ride a bicycle on a street at a dangerous speed, or to ride a bicycle after dusk without carrying a lighted and bri-rb* lantern. within the corporation limits. Any person violating: this ordinance, on conviction thereof, glial! l?e fined uot less than el nor more than ?5. This ordinance will be riiredlv enforced. GEOKGE WASHINGTON. May 2. Mayor. Ice and Wood. I have oj?encd a headquarters ofll e In the Lockc bniidinir, opposite Bank of Charles Town ?iicre Pure lee can !>e purchased at all times In any quantity desired, an 1 orders re ceived for deliveiy c?f Ice or Wood.which will he promi>tly filled from my yaV 1 (formerly Kennedy s i-levator and Coal Yard) on Lee lown road. Orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Soft "Coal for the use of farmer*, black smiths and cn^luc operators a specialty. June 13?tf. MARSHALL BURKS. G1 ASOL1NE and Oil Stoves, and the Beat I Stove Gasoline and Coal til to use In them, for sale low at Eastexday & Co.'a Tin and Stove House, 8. Charles street. i ? B. & < RAlLROAl I Time Tublo in effect May 14, 9 nntil fuitbcr not Icq ; northward. 8 14 44 P'M. Puts. MlxVT Leave A.M. A. M. P. if Lcxiu?rton 4 15 11 40 2 Stuiintou 5 4S l 15 p. m. 4 87R3B Harrison burr. 6 38 a 10 7 Oo Train S connects w.th Southern 11. R. a* Harrisonburg at 7.00 a. in. for Strasburg ^umtiou and Harper'* Ferrv Divieiou. 20 * 8 14 ;J Pass. Pan*. pas*. A.M. A.M. P.M. Strasbnnr KtO ' 5 15 Capon libud .. 8 23 5 IS Winchester ... 6 00 U 01 5 53 Stephenson ... 6 09 l?ll 0 04 Charles Town. *145 1147 0 43 ? Harness Ferry 7 0S 10 10 7 05 ' Washington .. 9 20 1155 1)40 Baltimore 10 80 1*3 53 11 03 Philadelphia .. 12 54 ;; oil 3 5 5 New York .... S 00 5 40 6 So southward. 51) 55 ltv Pass. Pass. Puss. Leave A. M A.M. P.M. New York 11 80,?* Philadelphia .. 1 SH Baltimore 7 SO 4~ 30 I Washington... 8 00 5 i;0 I'M. Harper's Ferry 10 40 12 40 - 7 *3 Charles Town. 11 <0 1 01 8 05 Stephenson... 11 34 1 41 8 50 Winchester. . 11 44 I 5*2 9 03 Capon Koud... 12 20 2 t>2 Strasburj; 12 22 2 28 Train 50 conmet with Southern R. R. at Strasbnr^ Junction at 12.25 and 7.45 p. m. I for liarrisouUurg. 95 17 59 Mixed. Pass. I'af.. A.M. A.M. 40 P.M. narrisonburg . 10 20 7 15 2 Jf^ I Staunton......" 12 30 8 05 y | Lexington .... 9 83 5 20 : Mixed Trains Southbound passCharlesTmvn 3.23 and 0.45 a. in. Arrive at 3traal>ur? ^ Junction ut 0.02 and 10.30 a. in. Mixed trains uorlhbtiund pass Charles Town at 3.30 p. in. und 1.58a. ni. Arrive at llatpcr't Ferry ut 4.20 p. m. and l 30 a. in. CONNECTIONS. jl Train 8 connects ot IIart?er\iFerry withF^A I Limited Express train leaving at 12.4*1 a.m. aiMF j 1:04 p. m. mriviny ut Cliiea^o 0.30 a. in.; amt I 12.10 u<Mill, ami with Haiti leaving ut 5.14 p. m. arriving ai Cincinnatii at 7.45 a. in.. St. Louis 0.00 t>. m.; ami eonnccts at Wcavertoii I at 11.40 a m?. arrive at llaircrstowti al 12.40 p. m . Washington Junciioir with train urrlv insr ut Frederick ut 1.55 p. n . Train 11 connect* with Fa-l Vci tibule ttuin at Harper's Ferry at 9;44 p. in. for Chkviuo, at 10:21 p. in. Uir Pitthbiirir und 12:55a. in. lor Clnt'Vjitiiitti and St. Louis. Arrhe at Pitts linrsf at 7.00 a. in , Chicago at U:-J5 p. ni.. Cin eiittitilti ut 5 p. in., ami St, Louis 0:JS0 a. in. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars are run tluunull to Cincinnati, 8t. Louis, and Chicago on all express trains. tor rates, tickeis. ba?rjrti?re checked, apply to any ollicc ??t the B. A: (>. Railroad. F. 1> U N DEKWOpl), (ieu'l \l iniitfer. 1>. B. MAIiTlN, Ml.^r Pass. Trulllj. Dec, 0. l.SW<;_ ? Western Maryland R. R. Schedule In effect Jiiiiu Id, 1SU9. MAIN LINE. Station#. A. M. A. M. J*. M I.e. Cherry I!un 5 a) 40 Big Pool 5 28 *.m:i Clear Spring 9 Ml Charlton.. ft 40 10 irj WllliutiiBport.P. V .. .. .'i -lit 111 12 Ar. llugcri>town ti OS 10 25 P.M. < . Lc. WilliatiiHport 5 04 . ^ - 1.0 IToeoretowu 7 02 2 05 1*4 10 CliewsviUe 7 20 a L0 ?> Smithsburg 7 27 2 29 4 28 Edgcmoul 7 42 2 45 4 35 Ar. liiglilicld 7 00 2M I.o lliglificld 7 50 2 50 Fairfield 8 10 8 24 Ucttyekurg 8 411 8 53 _ New Oxford il 05 4 14 lA Hanover 0 22 4 81 Ar. Porter* 1183 4 45 Lc. Porter# r" il 88 5 27 | Spring Grove l? 47 5 35 An York 10 12 0 CO I.e. 11 iif li field 7 .',0 2 50 Thnrniniit 8 111 3 21 ^2H Rocky IUdgo 8 20 8 81 *:? Brncovllle 887 8 44 Ti 45 Union Bridge 8 4 5 3 54 5 !,3 New Windsor 8 54 4 05 5 07 Wedmliuter 9 11 4 27 6 2L Kinorv Grove 5 0:f Olyndon 9 48 5 04 0 87 Ar. Baltimore 10 27 U 05 '7 17 a.m. a.m. p.m. Lc. Baltimore *4 80 8X1 4.01 Glyndon 5 10 0 11 5 59 Kmory Grove 9 i'-i Went mi utter ^ 08 058 5 43 New Wimlfor 5 50 10 10 0 03 Union Bridge 5 57 10 '.O 6 18 Bruccvllle (108 10 28 6 28 Koctv Kldgc 10 40 6 ?0 Tnurinont 6 21 SO 53 6 47 Ar. Ilijjli?e!d 1138 7 2U Lc. York 9 03 4 10 r*prlnir Grove 924 4 85 Ar, Porter* 982 4 43 Lc. Porter* 9 32 5 27 Ilanovcr 9 40 5 89 NVw (lTfcir.1 10 nil 5 55 Gettyrlmrg 10 28 6 19 Fairfield 10 50 #40 Ar. Ilj-lilicld 1125 7 17 I.o Iliptifluld 11 28 7 20 Edgctiinnt 7(8 11 42 7 83 SiuitlirlHiri; J711 1160 741 Cliownvllle lir>7.^M Ar. Ilaytreu.wu .... *71.0 12 10 & U5 Ar. Wlliaill*port. * 8 2i> |j'. ]la|;crM(>wn 8(8 12 IS ? 8 10 Wllllami-port, P.V.... 8 21 12 27 8 81 Cliurliuii 8 211 12 30 8 41 Cliear Spring SSI 12 41 8 47 His I'ool . 8 4? 12 51 VOl Ar. Clierry Una 8 49 12 55 Blue Mountain Kxpurs? (PirWr Car) i. leavurt Baltimore. daily. <-xwpt Huuday. 3 22 \ |>. ui.t for Hagersiown. Returning leaver Ha gerstnwu 6.43 a in. Arrive Baltimore 9.31. Additional trains leave Baltimore for Union. Bridge and intermediate Station* at 10.1? a. in. and 5.00 and 6 07 p. in., and leave Union Bridge lor Baltimore at 5.20 and ft,37 a. M.f and 12.55 p. m.. dally, except Sunday. SumjaysOnm.?J>ave Baltimore for Union Bridge uud Intermediate Stations 9.35 a. oi. and 2.35 p. in., and leave Uniou -Bridge at 6.45 a. m., and 3.53 p. in. for Baltimore and Inter mediate Stations. BAI.TIMOUE & CUMBERLAND VALLEY BKAKCU locate Ilageretown for Waynesboro, Cham ber? burg and Intermediate Stations at 0 25 a. m.. and for Shippensburg and Intermediate Stations at U.10 a in. and 7.00 p. in. Leave Siiippemdmrg for flagerstOMrn and In- ' ternirdiate Station* at 6.00 a. in. and 3.00 p. J in., and leave c.liambersburg for Hager#t0wo and intermediate Stations at 1.45 p. m. Tit A INS VIA ALTENWAI.D CUT-OF*. Leave Uagerptown for Cha mbersburg and Intermediate Stations at 6.12 a m. and 3 17 p. m.. and icave Ctiambersbnrg for Hagersloirn and Intermediate Stations at 718 a. m. aud 7.49 p. in. Trains forFrederick leave Brucerille at 8.83, 9.35 aud 10.40 a. u?.f and 5.38 and 0.25 p. to Trains for Littletown and Taueytowu iMITO Brncevillc 9.47 a. ui. and 3.45 p m. Leave Koeky Kidge for Emniitslfurg at 8 aud 10 40 a. m. and' 3.31 and 6.3Q p. in. Lea EtDinit.-bnriT for Koeky Ridge at 7.10 and 10. a. m. aud 2 50 aud 4.50 p. iu. ?Daily. All others Daily, except Sjgtf ay. fStops only to land imsseugers frojKaJBalti' more. J. M. HOOD, Pres't. and fJenTMau'gr. - B. II. URI8WOLD, Gen*l Fasa. Agent. June 28. Ib93. " Contractors & Builde FIRST CLASS WORK BY MECHANICS. If y.u intend building or making tiont*. nr if your property U In ueed of call or scud po&tal to CHAS. n. GB Contractor and B Box 2S9, Cbarlca Town, W. Va. RBFEiiEXCEi.*?I. U: CoHman. Tbo*. 0, Earnab&w (work jtUt Special Attenlicp to allKin Jiay 15, 18M.