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Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of said County :
Daniel Cleric of said Circuit Court, do hereby certify that the following list contains the names of all persons e as required by sections 18 to 23, inclusive, of the Election Law of 1891, as nominees of the respective parties >YY.; the same being published as required bv law. I, John. M certified to me ^ as named belowf. ; the same bein Given under Y- ; the same being published as required by law. my hand this 23d day of October, 1900. JOHN M. DANIEL, Clerk. WEST VIRGINIA. The Democratic Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vict President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois For Eluctors of President and Vice President of the United States. JOHN W. DAVIS, of ClaikBburg,I Harrison County. DAVID U. LEONARD, of Purkcrsburg. Wood County. JAMES B. BRENNAN, of Wheeling, Ohio County, FORREST W. BROWN, of Charles Town, Jefferson County. JOHN A. PRESTON, of Ltwisb'urg, Greenbrier County. JOHNM. HAMILTON, of Grantsviile, Calhoun County. CONGRESSIONAL. For Representative in the Congress of the United States, for the Second District. THOMAS B. DAVIS. ?f Keyser, Mineral County. STATE. For Governor. JOHN H. HOLT, of Huntington, Cabell Conuty. For Auditor, JAMES 11. MILLER of Hinton, Summers County, For Stnte Superintendent of Free Schools, ROBERT A. ARMSTRONG, of Morgantown, Monongalia County, For Attorney Geneial, GEORGE M. McCOY, of SiEtersvillc, Tyler County. For Treasurer. J, GARLAND HURST, of Harper's Ferry, Jefferson County, For Judges of Supreme Conrt of Appeals. JOHN. W. ENGLISH, of Poiut Pleasant, Mason County. WILLIAM G. BENNETT, of Weston, Lewis Couuty. ) SENATORIAL. For State Senate for Thirteenth District. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Charles Town. Jefferson County, For District Delegates, for the seventh Dele pate District, IiARllY S. CUSHWA, of Martinsburg, Berkeley County. ROSSI M. FISHER, of Berkeley Springs. Morgau County, JEFFERSON COUNTY TICKET. For House of Delegates. R. W. MORROW, of Charles Town, For Sheriff, J. DAVIS BILLMYER, of Sheplierd^town, A For Prosecuting Attorney, JAMES M. MASON, JR. of Charles Town. For County Surveyor. JAMES K. HENDRICKS, of Moler's. For Assessor. First District, D. G. DONNELLY, of Charles Town. For Asscspor, Second District, J. W. GARDNER, of Sbcpherd^towi). For County Commissioner. Kablctowu Dis trict, DANIEL IIEFLEBOWER, of Rippon For County Commissioner. Harper's Ferry District. T. B. MOORE, of llalltown. WEST VIRGINIA. Prohibition Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, JOHNG. WOOLLEY, of Illinois. For Vice-President, HENRY B. METCALF, of Rhode Island. For Electorsof Presidentand Vice-President of the United States, W. O. SHARP, of Wood County. J. W. BEDFORD, of Cabell County. M. L. CONNELLY. of Clinton, Ohio Connty. D. J. GIBSON, of Newburg, Prekton County. T. C. JOHNSON, of Charleston, Kajisr*l^a County. of Harrisville, Ritchie Ooonty. CONGRESSIONAL. For Representative in the Congress of the United States for the Second District, HERBERT YOUNG, of Berkeley Springs, Morgan County. STATE. For Governor, T. R. CAHSKADON, of Mineral County. For Auditor, J. B. McGREGOR, of Ritchie County. For Treasurer, W C. B. MOORE, of Kanawha County. For State Superintendent of Free Schools, E. E. MERCER, of Marion County. For Atttorney General, C. D. MEKRICK. of Wood Countv. For Judges of Supreme Court of Appeals, SENATORIAL. For State Senator for Thirteenth District, For District Delegates for :he Seventh Delegate District, JEFFERSON COUNTY TICKET. For House of Delegates, For Sheriff, For Prosecuting Attorney, For County Surveyor, For Assessor, First District, For Assessor, Second District, For County Commissioner, Kabletown District, For County Commissioner, Harper's Ferry District, WEST VIRGINIA. Social Democratic Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, EUGENE V. DEBS. of Indiana. For Vice President, JOB HABBFMAN. of California. For Electora of President and V ice President of the United States, H. A. LEEDS, of Marshall County J. C. KAUTZ. of Mason Couuty. JOHN BACHMAN, of Ohio County. A. M. BANES, of Marion County. J. M. HILL. of Kanawha County. P. B. GABBETT, of Kitchie County. CONGRESSIONAL For Representative in the Congress of the United States, for the Sccond District, 8TATE. For Governor, For Auditor, For State Superintendent of Free Schools, For Attorney General, For Treasurer. For Judges of Supreme Court of Appeals, SENATORIAL, For State Senate for Thirteenth District, For District Delegates, for the seventh Dele gate District, JEFFERSON COUNTY TICKET. For House of Delejja'es, For Sheriff, For Prosecuting Atorney, For County Surveyor, For Assessor. First District, For Assessor, Sccoud District, For County Commissioner. Kubktown Dis trict, For County Commissioner, Harper's Ferry Diet? ict, WE8T VIRGINIA. The Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, "WILLIAM McKIXLEY, of Ohio. For Vice-President. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Electors of President and Vice-President of the United States, B. B. McWECHKN, of Glendale, Marshall County. J. B. LEWIS, of Handley, Kanawha County. O. W. O. HARDMAN, of Middlebourne, Tyler County. N. G. KEIM, of Elbins, Randolph Comity. CHARLES C. BEDRY, of Claremont, Fayette County. TAYLOR B. McCLURE, of Wayne, Wayne County. CONGRESSIONAL. For Representative in the Congress of the United States for the Second District, ALSTON G. DAYTON, of Pliilippi, Barbour County. STATE. For Governor, ? ALBERT B. WHITE, of Parkersburg, Wood County. For Auditor, ARNOLD C.SCH ERR, of Keyser, Mineral County. For Treasurer, PETER SlCMAN, of Charleston, Kanawha County. For State Superintendent of Free Schools, THOMAS C. MILLER, of Fairmont, Marion County. For Attorney General, ROMEO H. FREKR. of Harrisville, Ritchie County. For Judges of Supreme Court of Appeals, IIBNltY BRANNON, of Weston, Lewis County. GEORGE POFFENBARGER. of Poiut Pleasant, Macon County. SENATORIAL. For State Senator for Thirteenth Distric", G. W. Z. BLACK, of Halltown, Jellcrson County. For" District Delegates for the Seventh Delegate District, S. S. BUZZERD, of Berkeley Springs, Morgan County. EUGENE P. MILLER, of MartiDsburg, Berkeley County. JEFFERSON COUNTY TICKET. For House of Deleeates, W. A. TURNER, of Slieplierdstown. For Sheriff, J. C. TABLER, of Dulllelda. For Prosecuting Attorney, RAYMOND R DICKEY, of Harper's Ferry. For County Surveyor, J. H. GRUBB, of Bolivar. For Assessor. First District, 15 EX J. W. HADES', of Bolivar. For Asse'sor, Second District, W. C. MYERS, of SliepUerdstown. For County Comnvssioner, Kabletown District, For County Commissioner, Harper's Ferry District, P. W. LIGHTNER, of Harper's Ferry. Our Candidate For State Senate Mr. Campbell's Democracy and work for his party arc too well known to render elaboration ne< ea sary, bnt tbe following brief sketch of him may relieve some false im pressions. . The sweetest morsel, which his enemies and political opponents roll airoqnd in vocabularic fluency, is that he is "Hinglish," doncher know and then anomalously charp that he is a "Jersey Yankee." It he is a Jersey Yankee he cannot be an Englishman and vice versa. In point of fact, Mr. Campbell has not a drop of English blood in his veins, and never lived in Jersey in his life- Mr. Campbell was born in the month and year that West Vir ginia bccame a state, of Highland Scotch parentage, and spent his earliest years in this country ana Europe, having received a- part of his educatton in Genevs, Switzer land. His kinsmen gave of their blood and substance to the Cause, and served in the ranks of Confederate army. It is Mr. Camp bell's proudest recollection that Jef ferson Davis, in the days of his ad versity, was an honored guest for months at his childhood's home. As a boy, Mr. Campbell lived in Nottaway county, Virginia. Wbcn he attained his majoiity he cast his | first ballot for the Democratic tick et. In the early eighties he was ac tive in the politics of that county, which was the hot-bed of Mahonism and overwhelmingly Republican, and organized, and was president of the first Democratic club formed there since the war. In the memo rable Venable LaDgston campaign he was Democratic U. S. supervisor of elections, and to his untiring I work throughout Soutbside Virgin ia, Mr. Venable attributes, to no small degree, thai great Democratic victory. For the last decade Mr.| Campbell has done yocman sir vico for his party in this county and State. During the campaign of 1896 and 1898 he served as Jeffer son county's member ol tho Con gressional Committee, and on ac-1 count of his knowledge of the dis trict, and fitness for the position,, I was this year chosen as secretary of Col. Thos. B. Davis' committee. In 1898, when no one could be found to | lead tbe forlorn hope, and in res ponse to a petition numerously sign ed by many of the leading men. of 1 the party in tbe county, be made! the race for the Senate, was elected without opposition, but cheated out 1 of his seat by an unscrupulous Re publican majority. He is now a I candidate for re election, and merits the cordial endorsement and undi vided support of his party, and also of every fair minded Republican. Like a Oreat Railway, With its branches running in every I direction, are the arteries and veins that | convey the blood to every part of the sys tem. A cold, by sudden changes and ex posure, may cause poisonous acids to clog the circulation, and then comes rheuma tism. Beware! If you value your life remove the obstruction with Dr. Drutn mond's Lightning Remedy. Send *15to Drummond Medicine Co., New ? and they will send you two large bottles bv express, enough for a months treat ment?with full special directions. Agents wanted. OASTOBIA. Bean the -*lhe Kind You Haw Always Bought Signature WOMAN A BEAST OF BURDEN. neovy Loml? Carried by Italian" Tlirocsli New lork". Street". It Is no uncommon sight to see Ital ian women walking along the streets balancing burdens on their heads that tho average man would prefer to have sent home on a truck. A few days ago one of these women passed through City Hall park. On her head she was carrying what appeared to be the en tire woodwork from the luterlor or some house. The bundle was made up of eight pieces of hard wood, the short est being fully 12 feet in length. Each piece was sis Inches in width and an Inch thick. The woman steadied this burden with one hand, while in the other she carried what one would, con sider a good load for one person In the shape of a buudlo of shorter pieces of wood. As she turned iuto Center street, near Chambers, the end of the load of lum ber on her head came in contact with the head of a man who was going In the opposite direction, lu order to prevent hitting him too hard the wom an tried to turn to one side, and as she did so her burden fell to the walk. In yuln she tried to replace It on her head. At last two men took hold of it. one at each end. They found that even their combined strength was Just suffi cient to lift it up and place it on tho woman's head again. When the wood was Anally adjusted in a proper posl tlon the woman picked up her smaller bundle and started up Center street.? New York Times. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of C ' notice: the ?+ I ntpr j . enie nts Ol :lWl - < < W 1 FUll'^ DOtlfUE ?? knee pp 'p <? = ^ S= v THE BOYS' PROTECTOR. For sale by MAX THEODOltE, Haley's Comer. The proper 6chool bait for the boy. Absolutely wear-proof. Mothers, pave money and avoid needle work and worry by clothing your boye in these celebrated snitB. This mast aggravating and tormenting of all skin diseases is canseAby an add condition of . Bl B vxy B ? V the blood, and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too much ?f this acid poison reaches the skin and it becomes red and inflamed. The itching and burning are almost unbearable, especially when overheated from any cause. The skin seems on fire, sleep or rest is impossible, the desperate sufferer, Tegardless'of 'consequences, scratchesMntil strength is exhausted. ThisTjurning, itching humor appears sometimes in little pustules, discharging a sticky fluid, which forms crusts and scales. Again the skin is dry, hard and fissured, itchesihtensely, bleeds and scabs over, i This i* a painful and stubborn form of the disease. ggPRji While Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken Of as diseases of MB the skin, they are really blood diseases, because THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRiTATf&N SjBMmk WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE, HgsSfJ If the blood is in a pure, healthy condition, no poisonous elements can reach the skin. External applications of washes, lotions ana salves sometimes mitigate the itching and soothe the inflammation, but cannot reach the disease. Only S. S. S-, the real blood medicine, can do this. S. S. S., the 9nly purely vegetable remedy known, is a safe and permanent cure for Ec.rema and all deep-seated blood and ?kin troubles. It goes direct to the seat of the disease, neutralizes the acids and.cleanses the blood, re-inforces and invigorates mil the organs, and thus clears the system of all impurities through the natural channels; the skin relieved, all inflammation ?ubsides, and all signs of the disease disappear. lilt Mrs. M. Hoffmin, of Cardington, Ohio, says she was afflicted with Scrofulous sores and Bczema m . 1 from birth. Her face at timea became so badly swollen that she -was not recognizable, and her limbs gg&IL CSaBL ^S3 and hands were very sore. She was treated by all the doctors in. town without being benefitted, aud in TOTgSfcs. V:-"wjWRlSRv her researches for relief, was told by an old physician to take S. S. S. She followed bi? advice and was >WWB>TA "?gS promptly cured, and has never had a return of Ihe disease. This was seventeen vearsaeo. She sinccrclv w fcv beliervew she w^ld have been in her grave years ago but for S. S. S., and adds, lX what it has done for me Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases, and write our physicians fully about your case; they will cheerfully give any information or advice wanted, we make no charge for this. Address, SwHt Specific Co.. Atlanta. fca. THE REST CURE. This is often ^lie hest cure. But many people cannot afford to rest indefinitely. Worse still, the very knowledge that tbey cannot, serious ly interferes with the best use of the rest they have. Too often going to the doctor means that the patient shall stop short, while cares anil duties and expenses continue,? Many, therefore, hesitate and delay. Dra. Stnrkey & Palen's Compound Oxygen Treatment presents an easy way out of the dilemma; it has done so for more than a score of years aud for more than three score thous and people, The airent used is the Compound Oxygen. The method puts it where it will do the most good ?in the lungs. The treatment nei ther interferes with business nor pleasure, This simple thing has made multitudes of run-down, over worked. nervous and sick people as good as new. For further particu lars send for book of 200 pages sent free. Home or office treatment. Consultation free. Drs. Starkey & Palen., 1112 Girard St., Philadelphia, Pa. SSTSan Francisco, California ; To ronto, Canada. Correspondence solicited. July Sj, 1900?ly. PHOTOGRAPHS FOR OLD AND YOUNG, CRAYONS, WATER COLORS, FRAMES, ETC., AX H. B. FUNK & CO.'S BISHOP BUILDIXO, Charles Town, W. Va. Nov. 28. LIPPINCOTT'S PJI O NTH LY ? P.I AG AZIPi E A FAMILY LIDRARY The Best in Current Liierafjre 12 Complete Novel3 Yearly MANY SHORT STORIES AMD PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS $2.50 PER YEAH : 25 CTG. A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE In <T3ELF I 7 ~ ~ ' ' L *- - - I HENRY DUMM, Center K?om of Pentz Building. NEW PROCESS BREAD, Grabara Bread. Hyc Bread and R.'visin Bread FRESH DAILY. PIES, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM in any quantity delivered on short notion. PRICES TALK. 5BS $3.50, $5, ?0, *7. Apple. Standard and D'f Pear. Plum, Quince. ?0, *8. 810. $12. 818,*15 per 103treej3. We have eferjtfinig: in Small Fruit Plants. Ornamentals, etc., at lowest prices, YOU CAN'T GET BETTER AT ANY PRICE OR AS GOOD for less money. Pleased patrons in every section of the U. 8. OUR REFERENCES, are the people that have betin dealing with us for tbe past 17 years. Write to us and it you will mentiou this paper we will send you free our special wholesale price list. Addn-ss, The Co-Operative Nursery and Orchard Co . Charleston, W. Va.. Box 475. SALESMEN:?We have a proposition l?y which you can make good money. Our plan for ugents is dillercnt from that of any ether Nursery concern. Send us 120 ?. for two com plete catalogues and proposition. June 20?5111. Carter House Saloon. H. A. CARROLL, Proprietor. THE FINEST AND SUREST Whiskies, Wine?, Brandies and Beer constantly in stock, in quantities to suit cus tomers. CSTlWhiskevs and Brandies for medical purposes, and Beer for family u?ea specialty. Courteous and fair treatment to ail. Dec. 2fi. 1SW. ice ! ice ! Ice ! I am now ready to furnish Pure River Icc and Manufactured Ice. Orders left at my Meat and Grocery Store will receive prompt attention. Ice on hand at the srorc a^ all times, i thanks the-public for their liberal patronage last season and I solicit a contin uance of tbe same. Respectfully, May 15, 1000. W. S. MERCHANT, Market House Grocery And Provision btore. NN N EEE W W W Q+a-ka N N N Et. \V W VV \Y O LU1C. N N N E1'- W W \V W ? j NT NN EEE W W UTOOuS. FRESH ROCERiES. I bavc jiict opened a full line of CHOICE GROCERIES, consisting of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, SUGAR, TEAS; COFFEES, SYRUPS, BACON, SLICED HAM, BOLOGNA. Best and Freshest Coods, Lowest Prices. JJ@-BUTCHERING! BUSINESS still conducted at. same stand. The choicest m^ats ?f every character constantly 011 hand. S. C. YOUNG. A'l 5,'OS-y. PIANOS THAT STAND. There arc any number of Pianos that look well and sound fairly well?AT THE START. You can buy cheap Pianos that do that; but a Piano should be made to last a lifetime. If it only "stays flood" a few mouths it is dear at any pricc. EMERSON PIANOS are of the kind that 44 STAND." They are safe instruments to buy. They stand the wear and tear of every day usage, and with crdl nary eare three generations of children may practice on one. Besides their known ^oodjjfssyou have our guarantee?exchange if not satisfactory. Emerson Piano Company. C. A. HOUSE, 1334 Market Street Jan. 30. WHEELING, W. VA. OPIUM COCAINE*"1 WHISKY I IU8VI Habit* Oared at mrGanator BWBW> iom, In CO duy*. Hundred* of ref?rencwi. 2T? jf*r< a MXH-luity. Book on Horn* Treatment ?pnt FBrX A?J'tr?-?rf B. M. WOOLLEY, M. 0.f / tlar.ta, Ca. July 21. 10(0-1 y. READJ-^iS! I wish airain to inform tl>?? citizens of Win chester unci surrounding country that I have been DYEING for forty J ears, and trie year of Hi00 finds in - still alive and dyeimr. and better prepared than ever to Cleun ana Dye JLadie?' and lient* Wearioir Apparel from the Lightest Shfifte to the Darliesi. LADIES' DRESSES. SHAWLS, CAPES AND WAISTS CAN BE DYED ( LEANED WITHOUT RIPPING THEM LP. Gent's Owrcaat<* and a'l otli?'r arficb.-s o Wearinir Apparel can be Cleaned and repaired in fir^t- lurs ?fy]?-. I have not the spare to say in what way 1*51 Clean and !><??. for tn> lon? experience in the bnsincf*ejiaM*'* iuc to euaradU'c satisfaction every time. No v ou<* word to the I.adii-. a* I study their interest. It is n?t worth while f?.r ? ou to layasldcyo r Dresses. CI aks and Shawls, When you are cotnpbelled to jrooutof color* tvhe.i I e:tn take your colors and dye them :t? look as new w th* out the least injur. to the good*. I am also prepared to uiala* from Hair Combiners, raids or Puffs, or any way you choo? - t?> buvc them put tip. My prices "are low. Wc pay lrei?rht one way ou ail good-' shipped to u~. PKOK. HT LOVETT. 2:3 E. Piccadilly St , Winchester, Va. June 12, 1900?y. mmsmm Our fee returned if we fail- Any one sending sketch and description of any invention will pre: intly receive ot:r opinion free concerning the patentability of same. "How to Obtain a Patent " sent upon request. Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. Patents taken out through us receive spccial notice, without charge, in Thf. Patest Recosd, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted by Manufacturers and Investors. Send for sample copy FREE. Address, VICTOR J. EVANS & CO. (Patent Attorneys,) Evans Building, WASHINGTON, D. C. Jno. A. Washington. K. W. Alexander. Washington & Alexander, Insurance Agency, ONE OP TOE OLDEST INSURANCE AGEN CIES IN THE STATE. Office Gibson Building. Charles Town, W. Va. Representing tbe following Companies : The old and reliable iBTNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn.. Giving the best results to policy holders, and which has a larger amount of policies in Jefferson County than all other Life Insurance Companies together. Liverpool ifc Loudon & Globe, of England, Scottish Union and Natlbna). of Scotland ami the Royal Insttrouce Co.. of Liv erpool, the largest foreign Go's. cTultjff basinet''in America. iKTNA. OF HARTFORD. PcaluxJy. of Wheeling, W. Va. franklin, of Wheel in ?r. German Fire, of Wheeling. Phoenix, of Hartford. Virginia Fire and Marine, of Richmond, Va. Georgia Home, of Columbus. Ga. Fife Association, of Philadelphia, Pa. Continental; of New York. German-American Fire Iusuraueo Co.,of New - York. Home Insurance Company, ot New York. Niagafa Fire Insurance Co., of New York. Fidelity aud Casuality. of New York City, furnishing Steam lloiler Insurance and Inspections and Accident Insurance of every kind Fidelity and Deposit Company, of Maryland, the only company authorized to grant bonds and become surety in the state. JEFFERSON COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. All losses promptly adjusted urn! paid at our office. Sub-Agents: J. S. FLEMING, Shepherdstown, W. Vu. CHAS. II. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. A sworn statement of the conditions of n!l Foreign Insurance Companies represented in this Agency will be found at-the Clerk's OlUec, iu compliance with the State law*. We solicit'a coutinuanee of your patronage. Respectfully. WASHINGTON ?fc ALEXANDER, The Jefferson County MUTUAL, Fire Insurance Company. Extablislinl 1878. JOHN A. WASHINGTON, Secretary. Office. Gibson Building, Court-House Yard, Charlcstown. OFFERS to the people of Jefferson Connty 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 frorn responsible parties are invited. Executive Committee inoeta every Friday Dikectous?Jos.Trapnoll, Henry B. Daven port. J. Garland Hurst. John W. .Rider, W. II. T. Lewis, R. Preston Chew, Win. L. Wilson, Eugene Baker,t$. W. Waihin^ton, H. L. Snyder, Wm. C. Krasier. John It. Zittlc, Jacob 6. Melvin. E. G. W. ITerr. Isaac II. Stridor. i. II. STRIDER President. 11. B. DAVENPORT Treasurer. Executive Committer?J. G. Hurst, Wm. IT. T Lewis. Eugene Baker, Isaac 11. Stridur* Jos. Trapnell, 8. W. Washington. General Agents: WASHINGTON A: ALEXANDER. Charles Town, W. Va. Sub-Agents: J. S. FLEMING. ?hcpherdsto*.vn, \Y. V"u. C 11. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. COACH FACTORY, LIVEEY, &<J. mflBundersignedhaving purchased tl?e old JL established Coach Factory of the late Wells J. I^uwks, in 'Churlestown, wltli the view of en tering iuto the Carriage Business, ;.n all its branches, offew for sale a large nnm I er of New and Second-hand CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAG GETS, Ac., at the lowest price? and upon thcmo"t ac commodating terms. Old Carriages taken in Exchange for JVeie. ALL KINDS OF KUPAIKS donu with rieut neee and cUepatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. Horces and Carriages FOK HIKK. In connection with the above I will continue the LIVEKY BUSINESS, and l>e .prepared t?> furnish Carriages, Buggies and Jairgcrs. attl*cr shortest notice. The above business will be under tb? su perintendence of A brum Stump. Being a practical mechanic and determined to glvu'satlSfactioii, I respectfully solicit a efcar of pu blib patronage. May 15# 1*>77. LEWIS STA RBY. Nov. 7?JOw. PARKER'S hair balsam Cleitt.fr < ajfl bfZtirx* U-.c h*!r. frun^jic* ? laxvrUr. t prr*rt h. Ifirvtr Fails to BatAoru Grxy Hair to its Youthful Color. Cure# (riip d liwr law<B& .??)? __ cutcH-vrTry* rustic OsHVK'jffi?. spats Cr'str.sl nii't Out# yftAlfg. a.o~*rrft? Kr CjSICIIK'.''? X5UCMil.i'Il in s--: Cold ?iu,: 5' ike rurtJitr. Rtfi.'S Vi'j Dimefrou* utrd ? t~Y tl... . f '' 3 Urn - . ?-* ;* ? U* 7 HUti4 i&t " ffrfTef f?r Iridic-.'* it*4rH*r. t) a* tijfii iJn!!. J i"".-^uu!'. - ' < -?i.-. *? ??t ?tt? .;,l ,fc Vn>.>3 u.-? 2'a. - Nov. 7?.Vivr. ?bhqebHH , TO SCHOOL^S -Tuition low. All book*Utz t ? . ? SITUATI0H8 6UA8AH?EE0 L 1 Over 50 Rcminetc/o and Smith Premier* I typewriters. K>f students last ?ear fro:nfr 17 btatcs. 8th year. Send f?-?r dUlOtrue.! I Address. STRAYEB'S BUSINESS COU-fe 1 LEGE. Department 105, JJaitiraore, MJ.I Painting, Papering:, &c> THE undersigned ig prepared to do all kinds of Painting. <5raiubi\r, Paper Haq^ln^, <fccv Prices moderate and pro.npt atU'inioD given to all orders. T. M. BAKER. May V*??if.