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AVtgetable Preparallonrbr As " * ~ ajjj iiM ilsof I NJ AM'S A (HILflRKN Promotes Dige^ion.Cheerful nessandltesl.Contains neither Opinm.Morphine nor>lincral. Kot "Narc otic . TSapc afOMArSAKUEL PtTCHEIt PuntpJcm Seal' yflx.Sama * liorktUs Salts ? ffi?SS&ju*+ }i?rrp-Se*el - CtanFUd Sugg flavor. Apericcl Remedy forConstipa tlon. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK.' Alb irtonlKs old J5 Dosf s - 35 ,C r-iNJ s For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years EXACT COPY CF WRAPPER. THC CCNTAUK COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. DR. NEILL'S DRUGr STORE. (SUCCESSOR TO AISQU1TII <fc CO.) Charles Town, W, "V"a. PURE FRESH DRUGS, THE BEST PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS AND CHEMICALS. FANCY TOILET ARTICLES. FINE TOILET SOAPS, TRUSSES, BRACES AND BANDAGES. Full Line Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, THE BEST CIGARS IN THE TOWN. STATIONERY.?Enveloppe. Fine Box Tapers, Note, Legal Cap, Letter Paper. Fine Line of School Books. Oar line is complete in every department and our prices the lowest. ^"PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded day or night. ^TTELEPIIONE at ltesidence and Store. W3I. NEILL, M. D., COURT-HOUSE SQUARE. March -7. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, MERCHANTS, FARMERS, Everybody intending to build or remodal t an save time and money by leaving or sending tbeir orders for Doors, Sasli, Blinds, Dressed and Undressed Limber, BRACKETS, CORNICE AND MOULDINGS, FENCING, CEILING. FLOORING, MANTELS. &C., TO THE Charles Town Steam Saw and Paning Mill. <^"Satisfaction will be given as to prices and quality of work. Terms Reasonable. WiVl. PHILLIPS' SOISTS. Jefferson County Farms FOR SALE. Ninety acres on Winchester road, three miles from Charles Town. Fine gruiu and grass land. A comfortable dwelling. Large sprimr and cress pond at the door. An excel lent dairy farm. Two hr.ndrcd and eighty acres in same lo cality as above, iu highest cultivation. Com modious dwelling i-arge bank barn and al most every other desirable improvement. For price and terms apply to B. B. WASHINGTON. Nov. 2S. Charles Town. W. Va, Grocery and Eating House The* underpinned has opened a Grocery Store and Eating House in the building lately occupied by Earnehaw & Doolcy. oh West "Washington street, Charles Town, which has beeu uewly painted and nicel* fitted up. Will keep a Full Line of Groceries of all kiisd.-*. which will include the freshest and best varieties in all lines, to be sold at the lowi'frt market rates. Will also handle a good etock of Tobaccoes. Cigars, ete. Connected with the Store I propose to keep First-Class Eating House, aud will be prepared to serve Lunches, Oys ters. Coffee. Pies, etc., at all hours and in the best htyle, at moderate prices. Oysters fried and delivered at residences,and full entertain ments supplied to order. Oct. 11??v. THOS. .T. MYERS. First-Class Barber Shop. IN HEAR OF WATSON HOUSE. M; shop has been thoroughly refitted and painted, and has been supplied with a com plete onttit of the LATESTIMPROVEDREVOLVING CIIAIIIS Toilet Ca?i;?. Washstand. etc.. and will com pare favorably with the best anywhere. Ev eavthing ueat and clean, first-class work guar anteed and polite attention given/ Trusting that I st.ab continue to receive a liberal share of the public patronage, I remain most respectfully. James H. Thompson. July 31. REAL ESTATE. FOR KENT. The Store Room lately occupied by Geo. S. Lewi.-, with upper room, same size. The two New Dwellings near the stone bridge, nearly completed. Ai?o oue Scvcn-Koom Dwelling on Charles street. FOR SALE. 10.000 feet of Prime Second-Hand Lumber ?Frame and i-oards. Two Egg and w Hard Coal Stoves. GEO. II. 11AGLEY. Removed ONE DOOR ABOVE CARTER HOUSE. I hive removed my office to the building one door above the Carter House, where 1 will continue the Grain aud Commission busi ness. I also represent the Provident Life and Trust Company, the best Life Insurance Com pany. a* reported by Insurance Commission er.-. in the united States. Will be glad to see friends aud putrous iu my new quarters. JtL c. WASHINGTON, Agt. NEW RESTAURANT, Miller Room, East Liberty Street, Charles Town, \V. \a. Having rented the room of Mr. Henry Mil ler's. on East Liberty street, I have opened u FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT therein, where I will endeavor to keep on liund, ut all timet:, Everything in Season. Hoping to receive a liberal share of the pub lic patronage. 1 am Most resperteully. Sept. 25. WM. TUCKEU. WM. B. REED, ? 7 Chambersburg Nurseries, CHAMBERSBURU, l'A. UPHOLSTERING ?AND? Furniture Repairing. Mr. Thomas G. Rust will give lilt* special attention to the Upholstering Business, and Furniture Repairing. Old hair and shuck mattresses made over. I will al?o make the Folding Hair Mattress, which can he folded and handled with ease. I also have a sample line of Upholstery goods, which I have just received from Baltimore. These samples are taken from some very fine patterns. Call and make a selection. N. B.?In connection with the above I will contiuue to Renovate Feathers, and mat tresses will he called for by tny assistant anywhere within 10 miles of Charles Town, and safely returned. I will also hoy and s<*ll second-hand furniture. Referance can be giveu iu this line in Charles Town and in the County. Have been in this business for a number of years. Perfect satisfaction given. Place of business Cougrcss St.. 2 doors west of the Baptist Church. Parties outsfde of town having feathers to renovate and mat tresses to makeover plenfeenotify mebv mail. THOMAS G. RUST. Bicycle Ordinance. Sec. 42, chap. VII. of the ordinance of the Corporation of Charles Towu provides: "It shall he unlawful for any person to ride a bicycle upon the pavement or sidewalks, or to ride a bicycle on a street at a daugerous speed, or to ride a bicycle after dusk without carrying a lighted and brigh. lanteru. within the corporation limit*. Auy person violating this ordinance, ou conviction thereof, shall be fined not lees than fcl nor more than $.r>. This ordinance will be riircdly enforced. GKOJAUE WASllINUTON. May 8. Major. A Memorial to President Wilson. -The Philadelphia Ledger says: "The friends of the late William L. Wilson, who was president of Washington and Lee University after bin retirement from public life, have chosen an admirable form for a memorial to hit* fine character, real statesmanship and devoted services to bia country. Jt ia the purpose of hia friends and alumni of the University to raise by subscription a fund of at least $100,000, which shall maintain a profes sorehip. The fund will be known as the Wilson endowment, and if the responses to the appeal are at all commensurate with the wortb ot the man whose virtues it is proposed to commemorate, a much larger sum than $100,000 should be read ily raised. William L. Wilson belonged to the best type of the 'scholar in poli tics.' He was a broad minded' patriot with singular purity and elevntion of character. It would be difficult to name in recent years any mau in public lite who came any nearer than he did in real izing in his character, ability and Bound equipment the ideal of what American public men should be. As postmaster general, as chairman of the ways and means committee, as a leader of the House, he displayed the qualities which marked him as an inspiring guide to young men who would truly serve their country. And if the proposed endow ment shall keep in view his unselfish de votion and valuable services to his coun try, and at the same time provide the means for giving better and broader in struction to Southern youth it will prove of the highest value in these days." No knowledge of this movement except what is gained from the Philadelphia pa pers can be learned in Lexington. It is assumed that at the head of it in Phila delphia is Mr. Herbert Welch, who has been interesting himself in the raising ol i fund to be added to the endowment of Washington and Lee.?Rockbridge JVeics Like a Orcat Railway, With its branches running in every direction, are tho 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. Drum mond's Lightning Remedy. Send .$5 to Drummond Medicine Co.. New York, and they will send you two large bottles by express, enough for a months treat ment?with full special directions. Agents wanted. OiHSTOniA.. Bean the the Kind You Have Always Bought President IVllsoti an a Christian. The Baptist Herald of Richmond Buys of the late William L. Wilson : "The so called 'small vicfB,' which so many re gard as well-nigh indispensable to public men, never entered into his life. lie was always aud everywhere a studious, culti vated. Christian gentleman. Nor did he fall into the error, all too common among distinguished men, that multiplied pub lie engagements set him free from practi cal participation in Christian work. lie was n devout Baptist, unobtrusive, but thoroughly loyal to his denomination.? His pastor, Rev. T. A. Hall, declares that be wub an invaluable member of the little church at Lexington and contributed in many important ways to the joy at)d strength of both church and pastor." While there Is life there Is hope I was alilicted witli catarrh ; could neither taste nor smell and could hear l>ut little. Kly's Creuiu Balm cured it.-Murcus G. Shautz, Bahwtty. N. J. tiib balm reached ine safely and the effect is surpri>ing. My son nays the first applica tion yt>ve decided relief, ltespeeifully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman. Dover. N. H. The Halm dpes not irtitute or cause sneez ing, Sold l>y tiruguist at 5Q cts, or mailed by Ely Brothers, 50 Warren St.. New York. OASTOHIA. Bean the y?1ti0 Kind You Hate Always Bought Baltimore cE Ohio Ilatlroatl Electro mobile Service at Xeiv York, Phil adelphia, Washington, Chicago. Electromobilea of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad meet all Royal Blue I,ine train* on arrival at New York City, Philadel phia, Washington or Chicago. The automobiles are of the latest elec tric pattern, provided with luxurious seats, eUctric lights, etc. A pauiphlel fully describing the service, giving rates and full information, is distributed on nil traius approaching either of the cities, aud passengers deniring any special class of vehicle can have the same in readiness on arrival, if they will notily the con ductor of the train in ample time to ttl egrapi) ahead for the service. DO YOUR FEET ACHE AND BURN ? Shake into your thoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cools tho tcet and makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns. Bunions. Swollen, Siuar Ing. Hot, Cal lous, Sore and Sweating Feet, Allen's Foot Ease relieves all pain and Elves rest and com fort. We hare over 30,000 testimonials. It cures while you walk. Try it to-day, All druggists and shoe stores sell it, 25e. Sample sent FJtEE- Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeKoy, N. Y. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought THE BOYS' PROTECTOR. For sale by MAX THEODORE. Hagley's Corner. The proper school bait for the boy. Abso'utelv wear-proof. Mothers, save money aud avoid needle work aud worry by clothing your boys iu these celebrated suits. CANCER ,s NOT Time was wnen Cancer was considered as incurable as leprosy. Physicians and friends could give little relief or encouragement to one afflicted with this terrible disease. Even now doctors know of no remedy for this fearful malady; while admitting it to be a blood disease, they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation, and advise you to have the Cancer cut out, but at the same time cannot assure you that it will not return. You may cut or draw out the sore, but another will come in its place, for the disease is in the blood?is deep-seated and destructive, and beyond the reach of the surgeon's knife or caustic, flesh-destroying plasters. The blood must be purified and strengthened, the system relieved of all poisonous, effete matter before the Cancer sore will heal. S. S. S. is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood. It builds up and invigorates the old, and supplies new, rich, life-giving blood. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy : no mineral can be found in it; the roots and herbs from which it is made contain powerful purifying properties that act*directly upon the blood system and make a safe and permanent cure of Cancer. It lias cured thousands, why not you? Cancer is not always inherited; your family may be free from any taint, yet your blood may become so polluted that a severe _ | _ _ __ m and stubborn form of the disease may Impure Blood Inwrte? SSs&easB. 1^or hurt, a little pimple on the evelidj lip or nose, a small lump on the jaw or breast, a harmless looking wart or mole, and other causes so insignificant as to attract little or no attention. If you have an obstinate sore, don't rely upon salves or ointments to cure it?begin with S. S. S. at once; it will cleanse your blood and prevent the formation of cancerous cells. Mrs. R. Shirer, Xa Plata, Mo., writes : " A small pimple came on ray jaw about one inch below the ear on the left side of my face. At first it gave rae no trouble, and I did not think it was anvlhing serious until the jaw began to swell and became much inflamed. At the same time the sore l>egan~to spread and eat into the flesh, and gave me intense pain. I tried everything I could hear of. but nothing did roe auy good. I then began the use of S. S. 8., and after taking several bottles the Cancer healed, and there u now no sign of the disease. This was two years ago, and I am stltl enjoying perfect health."' Send for our special book on Cancer; it contains much information that will interest you ; it is free. Write our physicians about your case, and for any advice or information wanted; they have made a life study of Cancer and all blood diseases. We make no charge what ever for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GA. INSURABLE1 THE REST CURE. This is often the best cure. But many people cannot afford to rest indefinitely. Worse still, the very knowledge that tliey 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 and duties and expenses continue,? Many, therefore, hesitate and delay. Drs. Starkey & Palen's Compound Oxygen Treatment presents an easy way out of the dilemma; it has done so for more than a score of year3 aud for more than tbree score thous and people, The as*eut 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 pa?es sent free. Home or officc treatment. Consultation free. Drs. Starkey & Palen., 1112 Girard st., Philadelphia, Pa. 8?"San Francisco, California; To ronto, Canada. Correspondence solicited. July 24, 1900?ly. PHOTOGRAPHS FOR OLD AND YOUNG, CRAYONS, WATER COLORS, FRAMES, ETC., AT H. B. FUNK & CO.'S BISHOP BUILD1NO, Charles Town, W. Va. Not. 23. HENRY DDMM, Center R#om of Pentz Building. NEW PROCESS BREAD, Grabam Bread. Ryo Bread and Raisin BraucJ FRESH DAILY. PIES, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM in any quantity delivered on short notica. PRICES TALK, St $3.50, $5, $6, $7. Apple. Standard and D* Pear, Plum, Quince. *6, $8, ?10, $12. ?13,$15 per 100 trees. We Lave ever} tiring iti 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 ibe U. S. OUR REFERENCES, are the people that have been dealing with us for the past 17 years. Write to us and if you will mention this paper we will send you free our special wholesale price list. Address, The Co-Operative Nursery and Orchard Co Charleston, W. Va., Box 4T5. SALESMEN:?We have a proposition by which you can makegoocHnonej. Our'plau for u^etit* is ditlereut from that ot any other Nursery coucerit. Send u? 20 ?. for t*vo com plete catalogues and proposition. June 2fi?6m. Carter House Saloon H. A. CARROLL, Proprietor. THE FINEST AND PUREST Whiskies, Winer, Brandies and Beer constantly in 6tock, in quantities to suit cus tomers. ?3?*' Whiskeys and Bra*id?e? for medical purposes, and Beer for family use a specially. Courteous and fair" treatment to all. Dee. 26. lSOft. Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! I am now ready t?? furnish Pure River Ice ana Manufactuied Ice. Orders left at my Meat and Grocery Store will receive prompt attention. Ice on hand at the store at ail times. 1 thanks the public for their liberal patronaire la6t season and I solicit a contin uance of the same. Respectfully, May 15, 1900. W. S. MERCHANT, UPPlNCOTT'i MONTHLY MAGAZINE; A Family Lidrary The Best in Current Literature 12 Complete Novpls Yearly MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS $2.50 PER YEAR: 25 CT3. A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN *TSELF Market House Grocery And Provision Store. NN N EEE W \V W N N N F-p W XV W W O LUX tJ. N N N* E W \V \V W ? j N NN EEE W W U"OOQ8. FRESH GROCERIES. I have just 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. 8S-BUTCHERING BUSINESS still conducted ut same stand. The choicest meats of every character constantly on hand. S. C. YOUNG. AM 5,'OS-y. .5? Years Experience. Half a hundred years in one busines-thc best of oueyear being only the starting point for a better ? next year. What, a fund of knowl edge it means. Is it any wonder ' that the Emerson Piano Is as perfect as any Piano can bo built. Is it aur wonder it has such popularity that we can refer to 70.000 satisfied purchasers as references? Emerson Piano Company. C. A. HOUSE, 1SS4 Market Street Jan. SO. WHEELING, W. VA. ?ws?a cf reffrf?r#?3. y?':irs ??. IToaifl 'iraiTflii' ? r: - FI.RI5. B. r.1. WOC:.LEv, M. Li.,/tiunci, Co. July 24, lOCO-lv. READJTKIS! I wish again to inform the citizens of Win chester aud surrounding country that I have beeu DYEING for forty \ears, and ttie \*ear of 1000 finds nV? still alive and dyeing, and better j>reparco than ever to Clean and Dye Ladies' and Gent* Wearing Apparel from the Lightest Shade to the Durttrr-t. LADIES' DHESSE8. SHAWLS, CAPE* AND WAISTS CAN BE DYED CLEANED WITHOUT RIPPjNG THE .1 UP. Gent's Overcoat,-? and all other articles o Wearing Apparel can be Cleaned and repaired in first- lass sty h-. I have not the space to say in what way I'll Clean aud Dye, for my long experience in the business <>nabl?*n me to guarantee sat if faction evi-rv time. Now one word to the Ladies, as I study their interest. It is not worth While f?.r yon to jay asideyo r Dresses. CI aks and ShawN, wiieu you arc compbelled to go out of eoiors when I can take your colors and dye them to jook as new w I li mit the least injur* to i lie good*. 1 am also prepared to make from Hair Cou>tjfi!!Mrt r il<?s or J'ulTs. or any way you etjoos Yo huvc them put up. lly prices are low. We pay freight one wav on ail goods ;.l>i:?p.:d to ?i*. H. i.oyF.T r. 213 E. Piccadilly St . Winchester, Va. June 12, IiKK)-y. JlmTICTHImm ililfiL Our fee returned if we fail. Any one sending sketch and description of any invention witl firomntly receive our opinion free concerning he 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 xjtccial notice, without charge, in The Patent Record, 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. Washington & Alexander, Insurance Agency, ONE OF THE OLDEST INSURANCE AGES- I CIES IN THE STATE. Office Gibson Building. Charles Town, W. Va. | Representing the following Companies : The old and reliable iETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford. Conn., Giving the best rcsnlts to policy holders, and I which has a larger amount of policies in Jefferson County than all other Life Insurance Compauics together. Liverpool tfc London & Globe, of England, | Scottish Union and National, of Scotland and the Royal Insurance Co.. of Liv erpool, the largest foreign Co's. doing business in America. /ETNA, OF HARTFORD. Peabody, of Wheeling, W. Va. Fratikliti, of Wheeling. 1 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. German-American Fire Insurance Co..of New I York. 1 Home Insurance Company, of New York. Nianara Fire Insurance Co.. of New York. Fidelity aud Casuulity. of New York City, I furnishing Steam Boiler Insurance aud Inspections and Accident Insurance of every kiud Fidelity and Dcj osit Company, of Maryland. | the only company authorized to grant bonds and become surety in the stale. JEFFERSON COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE I INSURANCE COMPANY. All losses promptly adjusted and paid at our I office. Sab-Agents : J. 8. FLEMING, Shcpherdstown, W. Va. CHAS. II. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, \V. Va. A sworn statement of the conditions of all Foreign Insurance Companies represented in this Agency will be found at the Clerk's Officc, iu compliance with the State laws. We solicit a coutinnance of your patronage. Respectful I v. WASHINGTON & ALEXANDER. The Jefferson County | MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company. Established 1S7S. JOHN A. WASHINGTON, Secretary. Office, Gibson Building,. Court-House Yard, | Churlestown. OFFERS to the people of Jefferson 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 responsible parties are invited. Executive Committee meets every Friday Directors?Jos.Trapnell. Henry B.Daven port, J. Garland Hurst. John W. Rider, W. II. T. Lewis, II. Preston Chew, Win. L. Wilson, Eugene Baker,S. W. Washington, H. L. Snyder, Wm. C. Fra?ier. John H. Zittle, Jacob S. Melvin. E. G. W. Hcrr. Isaac H. Strider. i. H. STRIDER President. H. B. DAVENPORT.. Treasurer. Executive Committee?J. G. Hurst, Wm. H. T Lewis. Eugene Ilakcr, Isaac II. Strider, Jos. Trapueil, S. W. Washington. General Agents: WASHINGTON Sz ALEXANDER, Charles Town, W. Vu. Snb-A gents: J. S. FLEMING. Shcpherdstown, W. Va. C II. TRAIL, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. COACH FACTORY, &C. fllHE undersigned having purchased the old JL established Coach Factory of the late Welle J. Hawks, in Charlestown, with the view of en tering iuto the Carriage Business, in all its branches, offers for sale a large nurii- | 1 er of New and Seeond-haud CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAG GER?, ?fee., at the lowest prices aud upon the most ac commodating term*. Old Carriages taken in Exchange for\ Neic. ALL KINDS OF II EPA IKS done with neat- I ness and dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. ( Eorses and Carriages FOR HIRE. In connection with the above I will continu-2 the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be prepared to furnish Carriages, Buggies and Jaggers at tl*e shortest notice. CT The above business will be under the su perintendence of Abram Stump. Being a practical mechanic and determined to give satisfaction. I respectfully solicit a shar of pu blit patronage. May 15,1677. LEWIS STARRY. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cl?KU'? uxl bciul.! ICS the h?Tt. Promote? a luxuriant growth. Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Youthful Color. Curt a ?calp d 4c hair tailing. tfVr,and?lw? Ifruggtej Nov. 7?40w. CHfCHTSTPP.'S ENGLtPM "^QSl ? AFM. Alw?7<rflub^. I.mrflc*- Prarrlft i?r CHICHESTEK-S UN GUSH liCl) *nl CoSd uruiik bctft.' mltd j^lhUwrikhoo. Tntf no other. 12cfu?o ; OaaKemn* "nlxtltntton? and Irill> Untiti. i:aj ~>r voir OnBKt. ?t '-ni 4c. :a ?.j for ? Fartlrirlar*. Tvoticaclal* yp anrf MIf fitnT fr?r l.ttdltw." tn Utttr. by r?> 1- luni Mali. I J5?!4If "/ li! DmaUK Clii'Lctler Oheailetl L'aUua tti? Hsull*?* iWk, PA? Nov. 7?53w. 10 SCHOOL.^ I week. -Tuition low. All books free. ^ .? SITUATIONS GUARANTEED. Over 50 Remington and Smith Premier typewriters. S>4 students last year from Oct. ... lMfr? ly. Painting, Papering, &c TnE undersigned is prepared to do all kinds of Painting. Graining, Paper Hanging, <sc. Price* moderate and prompt attention given to all orders. T. M. BAKER. May VIA THR0U8H. te* P1M1NO CARS. ?TO3BJK3?ia ILflBa?, NORFOLK 70 COLUMBUS. CLOSE CONNECTIONS Tom From OHmigo. STLOlflSolWME MST. W. B. BEVILL,General Riss-Agcnt. ROANOKE,VA. Cb&rlcs Town, W. Va. Sontb and Westbound. No. S. No. 27. 8:4S ll. m. 5:4S !*? m" Northbound. No. 4. No. 28. 8:45 p. in. 9:35 a. in Southern Railway. SUriEDUI.E Between Washington. Ai.erA*nnrA, Stras BUUQ AND HaKbIsOKBUKQ. KflTeetlve July 22. 1900. (Trains No*. 9 and 12 dally ; trains Noa. IS, 71. 14 and 7*2 daily, week days.) SOUTHWARD. No. 9. No. 13. No.7l. [.cave A.M. A.M. Washington 8 01 4 01 Alexandria 8 -3 J Maunuseas 0 35 ?> 0.> Wellington 0 4S .? 15 Gainesville 0 M Hay market .. 0 W 5 Thoionghfare 10 OS 5 2>? Broad Run 10 10 5 89 Plains 10 25 5 47 Marshall 10 5 ?**? Rectortown 10 4 > 0 OS Dclaplane 11 03 0 1 < Markliam H 0'J 0 Linden 11 -1 u, fg Happy Creek 11 33 0 5 Front Royal Junct'n 11 30 *> ?*? Front Ro'val 11 40 < 01 Front Koyal Junct'n + 11 45 7 0.> River ton Junction.. 11 48 7 04 River ton 11 ?*>- 7 I' p. m. B-ickton 12 01 7 20 Water Li k 12 05 7 ~4 Strasburg 1*4 17 7 3b ?? ?? Strusburg Junction. 12 20 i 45 b ~0 Fishers Hill 12 20 7 43 0 28 Toms Brook 12 35 7 > ? 0 4'~ Mauretown 12 40 7 50 6 ?> Woodstock 12 40 8 08^ 7 11* Ediuburg 1*0 8 18 7 44 Mt. Jaeksou....... 1 17 8 34 8 10 Quick sburg 1 8 8 t5 New Market 1 33 8 40 8 40 Timberville 1 41 8 57 65 Broadway 1 48 0 03 .* 12 Cowans 1 53 0 00 0 22 Liuville 2 ( 0 0 10 9 30 Arv. Harrisonburg.. 2 15 9 150 10 00 NORTHWARD. No. 14. No. 12. No.7 Leave A.M. P.M. P.M. Ilarrisonl'urg <> 4;> 3 o0 i l._> Liuville 0 86 ;; 7 Ai Cowans i * Broadway 7 00 3 50 < 58 Timber*llle 7 11 4 05 8 0b Hew Market 7 17 4 13 8 -0 Quickshurg 7 22 4 2> 8 42 Mt. Jackson 7 30 4 ~8 8 5b Ediuburg 7 44 4 43 9 27 Woodstock 7 53 4 55 0 4S Maurertown 5 0? 10 0.> Toms Brook 8 OS 5 11 10 13 Fishers HM _ 6 20 10 24 Stras burg Junction. S 15 5 25 10 30 Strusburg 8 20 5 32 10 5^; Water Lick 8 20 5 45 Buck (on 8 32 5 40 River ton;...'. 8 41 0 00 Kivcrton Junction.. 8 43 ?? 0.> Front Royal Junct'n S 40 C 0? Frout Royal 8 50 0 14 Front Royal Junct'n 8 53 6 U Happy Creek 8 57 0 4 Linden 0 07 ft 30 Mirkhutn 0 10 0 43 IMai lane. 0 24 ft 5S Rectortown 9 33 7 0 7 Marshall 0 44 7 8 Plains 0 53 7 27 Broad Hun 10 01 7 : 0 Thoroughfare 10 OS 7 42 Haym .rk' t 1" 13 7 47 Gainesville 10 1?'? 7 51 Wellington 10 22 7 58 Manassas 10 34 8 2* Arv. Alexandria.... 11 It 0 20 Washington 11 33 0 40 Bowman?, Hawkinstown and Mill Spnr, in Thoroughfare IJ up ("notshowu on lime Taole) are Hag stops Jor Traius 0 aud 12. Nos.14 and 12 connect with main line train? for all points South aud Southwest, and at Washington! for all Eastern Cities. No change of ears between Washington uud Uurrl?onbtit For detailed infor > atiou apply to nearest agent of Southern Railwav. or write to !,. BliOWN. A?t,, 10"i 15th st. N. W., Washington. i). C. Fkank S. Gajcnon, 3d \ . P. Gen'l Mu'gr, 105 15j'.i fc*t. N. W..Washington,D.C J. M. Oui.iP, Tratlie Manager. W. A. TuiiK, General Passenger Agent, Aug. 7. Washington, p. C. West Virginia Central & Pitts borer Railway Co, III Eft,???l May "JO, 190}. Southward. Stations. Norlliwnr*'. No. 3. No. 1 No. 2. No. 4. P.M. A.M. Noon. P.M. f3 15 f7 00 CatDbt-rland 00 t? 00 3 43 7 28 Kuwlinge 1181 11 :il 4 CIS 7 Si Key fur 11 03 ti 08 4 10 8 05 Weaternport 10 58 5 57 4 30 6 00 W.Va.C.Junct, 10 51 5 50 4 :r.l 8 85 Shaw 10 L'H 6 VJ 5 00 0 00 Ilarritton -f JO IG 15 00 *5 45 *9 50 Elk Garden *S 10 *4 10 f5 41 fl' 35 Gtiraxuti fO 35 +4 HO 5 47 8 41 Kavard 8 38 4 25 5 58 8 51 DoUbiu U 18 4 15 f. ow' 8 53 IIi-nry 8 15 4 II 0 27 10 *7 Tlioina* 8 48 3 47 0 55 10 55 Davis S 05 3 05 0 31 10 84 Cokuton 8 41 3 <0 ti 58 11 01 nendrlcUt S 10 3 10 7 02 11 04 flaiiitdcton 8 07 3 07 7 05 11 07 Hrrtz 8 0:5 3 03 7 03 11 10 Parrone ' 8 00 3 00 7 43 11 45 Kerens 7 25 B J.> fS 00 13 OOt l'ikins 17 10 *1 15 ?8 :W 12 45f Beverly *7 L'O H 40 *8 05 1 10| Huttonswlle, *0 30 4l 1^ V, M. 2 50* KcliuL'tou *11 40 P. M. P. M. A. M. A.M. t Daily. *DaiJy E^pcpt Sunday. G. W. HAKItlSON, C. L- BRET2, Gen*' Paafeeugcr Agt. Gen'l Manacer. May 28. lSOO. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketch nnd description mat qcickly ascertain oar opinion free whether an invention 13 prohably patentable. Communica tion* Birict iycoiifldenthU. Handbook on Patent* Bent free. Oldest ajrency for securing patents. Patent* taken through Mnnn 4c Co. receive tpectal notice* without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely Utastfsted weekly. Ijitk^ ?**> dilation ot any scientific journal. Term*. $3 a Tear, four months, $L Bold by all uewBcJ^aJera. MUNN & Co.3B,Broad"'New York Braocb Office. C25 F 5L, Wasbo*tcn. D. C. How Are Your Kidneys 9 Dr. Hobbs'Spi rasas Pills care ail kidney ills. Sam* pie free. Add. Scerllc# Remedy Co., Chicago or 22. Y _B. & O. RAILROAD Time I-Hble In eflect Mav 20, 00. umil farther uotlcc, NORTHWARD. 8 14 ? pi ps. Pat*. Mlx'd. Leave A.M. A. M. ,'rui Lcxincton * 15 11 -JO J CO ?raiititnn 5 45 I 15 p. m. J j? Harrfcoubnri'. 6 St a 10 ' 0J Train 8 connects xv.ih Southern K. H. ?t Harrisonburg at 7.00 a. in. for Slrasoorg Juuction uud Harper*# Ferry Divitton. 20 8 14 Paps.* Pass. Pass. a.m. a.m. f.M; gSS&i".: 1$ || Winchester ... 0 00 9 01 0 0? Stephenson <? 09 9 11 h U Charles Town. 0 45 9 47 0 4< Harper's Ferry 7 0S 10 10 i 10 Washington .. 9 20 ltM 9 40 Baltimore 10 SO 11 10 Philadelphia .. 12 54 S 09 3 55 New York .... 8 00 5 40 0 50 SOUTHWARD. 59 1 19 Pass. Pass. Pass. Leave A. M P.M. P.M. New York 10 00 11 SO Philadelphia .. 13 i0 Baltimore 8 00 2 40 4 .A) Washington... 9 00 o 40 5 bO Harper's Ferry 10 40 5 27 7 W Charles Town. 11 CO 5 51 bH Stephenson... 11 84 6 K1 9 00 Winchester ... 11 44 0 48 CaiH.ii Koad... 12 17 7 2S Strashurg 13 20 7 20 Train 59 connect with Southern It. 1!. at Strashun; Junction at 13.25 and 7.45 p. m . Tor llurrisouliurg. 95 17 59 Mixed. Pass. Pats, ;A..M. A.M. P.M. Harrisonburg . 10 20 7 15 2 SO Staunton 12 SO 8 0 > 8 4 J Lexington .... ?" ?' Mixed Trains Sontliliound pa?tOharlr?Toivii a. 8.28 ami ".Oil a. 111. Arrive at Strosburg Junction ut 0.03 and 10.S8 a. in. Mixed trains northbound pass Chnrlo# Toitii at 4.01 p. in. aud 1.S2 u. m. Arrive at Harper's Ferry at 4.53 p. ui. and 3.15 a. in. CONNECTIONS. Train 8 connects at Harper'sFerry withFust LimitedExpress train leaving atll.48a.m. and 12:14 p.in, urrivitnt at Chicago 9.80 a. m.; uud 13.00 noon, and with train leaving at 5.18 p. III. arriving at Cincinnati! at 7.45 a. ill., St. Louis 0.00 p. ui.; uud connects ut Weavertoti at 11.40 a. m.. urrivo at Hagcrnlowu at 12.40 p. m.. Washington Jnuctlou-with train arriv luir at Frederick at 1.55 p. m. Train 14 connect* with Fast Vrstllmletrain at Harper's Kerry at 9:48 p. tn. for Cbicuiro. u* 10:21 p. in. for Pittsburg and 12:55 a. in. lor Cincinnati! und St. i.mils. Arrive ut Pills burg at 7.00 a. in., Chicago at 9:45 p. UK. Cio cinnatti at 5 p. in., and St. Louis 0:80 u. m. Pullniuu Palace Sleeping Cars aru run through to Cincinnati, St. Louis, uud Chicauo ou all express traius. For rates, tickets, buggncc cheeked, apply to anv otiictf of the H. O. Kailroaii. "F. D. UNDERWOOD, Gen'l Mnnnser. D. B. MARTIN, Mnu'gr Pass. Tl'ttllic. May 29. Ib98. Western Maryland R. R. MAIN LINE. Schedule In effect September 80, 1900. Stations. A. M. A. M.. K Le. Cherry Kuu 5 20 9 40 Big Pool 5 23 9 43 Clear Spring 5 &> 9 Charlton 5 *0 It) 04 Wllliamsport.P. V.. .. 5 49 10 2 Ar. Hagerstowu 0 05 10 2* l'.M, Le. WiUiamsporW .... 5 34 Le Ilaserstown 7 02 2 07 *4 OH Chewsville 7 20 2 2? 4 ?I Smithsburg . . 7 27 2 31 4 2(. Kdgcuiont 7 35 2 41 4 3 Pen-Mar 7 44 2 49 Buena Vista Spring... Ar.HigbUehl 7 48 353 Le. Higbfleld 7 50 2 56 Fairfield 8 It) 3 24 Gettysburg 8 42 8 5S New Oxford 9 01 4 IS. Hanover 9 20 4 31 Ar. Porters 9 3> 4 4i> Le. Porters 9 88 5 27 Spring Grove 9 47 5 8o? Ar. York 10 12 0 00 Le. Higbfleld 7 50 2 GQ. Blue Kldge 7 52 2 5s 4 40 Thurtnout 8 10 3 21 5 Oil Rocky Hldge 8 20 8 8' 5 18 Bruceville 8 87 8 44 5 3(1 Union Bridge 8 45 3 55 5 37 l.iuwood 8 49 3 .VJ New Windsor 8 54 4 04 5 4& Westminster 9 09 4 20 5 50* Emory Grove 4 53 Glyudon 9 43 4 54 ?2$ Arlington 5 28 Ar. Baltimore 10 27 5 44 *710 Le. Baltimore *4 30 \ *3 Arlington y 44 Qlyndon 5 j! a 5 -Emory Grove 0 14 Westminster r? 40 9 51 6 44 New Windsor 5 5.1 10 0. 0 02 Lin wood 10 4 f. Union Bridge 0 00 luio e IS* Bruceville 0 07 10 2. ea-j. Koeky ltidge 10 ;,y #:M, Thurmont 6 35 10 51 ?4n. liiuo itidxre 6 52 J1 \'\ t 14 Ar. HighHeld 7 ltL Le. York .)0? 4 ,0 Spring Grove II Si 4 :v> Ar, Porters 4 43 Le. Porters ...~ y 3, 5!i7 llanover 0 40 ^ ^ ? ? ?|Tf"rd 101,1 5 .V> 2" b'm'* iO 'JT f. i'O iitiriicld 10 *>?* a,fu Ar. iiighflcld 11 k0 7 ir. LAS iilgDUClU 11 24 7 1? IJueim Vista Spring? Pen-Mar 1*28 7 28 Edgcitiont 7 05 11 7 til Smithsburg.,.; ... 7 10 11 45 7 29 Clieweville 11 52 7 40 M. llogcrbtowa ... %. *7 SO 1905 8 CD At. vyiliauuport 8 21 Le. Hagcrstowu 810 i2 0< 8 05 WHliainspoct, P.V.... 8 22 12 20 8 20 Charlton 8 80 12 20 8 20 Cbeur 8prio^ 8 25 J 2 24 8 42 Big Pool 8 4?i 12 45 8 50 Ar. Cherry Kan 8 49 12 48 9 OCU Additional trains leave Baltimore for V'jUun Bridge and Intermediate Station# at i0.l-Ja.in ? and 2.25 and 6.10 p.m.,and leaveCniouik-'ultc (or Baltimore at 5.20 and 0.40 a. in., u*?12.5Q? p. Di.t daily, except Sunday. SoNDATsUsi.i.-'iA'ave B:iltiniwr?-?nr U trior* B rid ire and Intermediate Static;;/- 9.35 a. w. and 2.25 p. rn.. and leave U&U>j* Bridge at A.4'\ a. m., and 4.05 p. in. for Baltimore and Jutex* mediate Station*. BA1/TIMOKJC A CV'JWUI.ANI) VAI.Ut* H. K. heave Hu^ersitOWn forShippenshurjf mid In teraicdlate ation* at 21.0"> s* su.sud7.00 p. in.. For Ctvutabersburg 0 30 a.m. L*'afe Shippem' bur? forHagerstown'aiid Inler?? ?diateStation* at #>.00 a. m. and 3.03 p. hi. Leave Cham bersburt? 1.45 p. in. TWAINS VIA AWKXWALP CUT-OF*. Leave Hagerrtotrn for Chatnbersbur,? .in'l Intermediate Stations at 0 12 a.in. and. a 2i> p. in., and leave Cbainbersbnrg for il^emown and Intermediate Stations at 7 18 tk. in. and 7.49 p. m. L<arc Rocky Kidge for EtDa^barg at 8 26 and 10.39 a. in. and 2.21 and #.24 p. in. Leave Eiuinitsburjj for Kocky Ridge at 7;?0 and 10 Ofll v.. in. and 2 55 and 4.4?& p. ?u. Train? forFrederick leave BiucevilJe at 8.2V, 9.25 and 10.40 a. m., and 5.32 and 0.20 p. tu.? LeaVe Brneeville f??r Columbia, Littleslo*ri* and Taneytown at 9.47 a. m. an t 3.45 p ib. Leave Frederick for B-tltimorc at 7.56 a. rn - and 2 and 4 50 p. m. CO>>'ECTIOSJS AT CIJERIlY KUX? W. VA. B. O. passenger trains leave Clienry Hrtn for Cumberland and intermedial woint* daily* at 8:51 a, m. Cincinnati, St EpnU and Chi cago Express, daily, at p. in. Chicane* Express. daiieyi at 10#9 p. in. ?Daily. All oi\?era Daily, except-Sundays J. M. HOOD, Pres*L ami i?en'l MuuVt. B. H. <1R1.S WOLD, Gen'l Pans. Ajcent. Pet. 23, lOOQ Give MeA Bid. I ofler my services to the public as an Auc tioneer. with county and corporation licence, and nolicit a share ?*i patronage. Having qad considerable experience. 1 guarantee sat isfaction. C&Mges reasonable. CHARLES HISSLEft, Jtaji. 5.1897., (JhagOes Tow. W. V*.