The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias 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 “ Just-as-good” are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panaeea—The Mother’s Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, T7 MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
J. S. MYERS,
Implements, Buggies &
Hhepherdstow7n, \V. Ya.
GIA E HIM CALL
is not a cure-all but a guaranteed cure for Rheumatism, both inflammatory and
chronic. Purifies the blood, liver and stomach. It is sold under a plain positive
guarantee to refund the money if a cure is not effected. This remedy has relieved
chronic and long continued attacks of rheumatism after the best physicians had
failed to do so. It is a preparation that cannot be excelled. Has been tested by
the people, leading druggists, merchants and physicians; also some of the leading
drug manufacturers of this country. These men of authority all pronounce
Breeden's Rheumatic Cure perfect as a preparation can be made and as having
no equal. Guaranteed under the Pure Food tflid Drug Act. Price $1.00.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS. If your dealer should not carry this prepar
ation, write direct to us.
BREEDEN MEDICINE CO., Inc., Chattanooga, Tann.
ENTAHIJSHED 1 *7 it
OHN A. WASHINGTON.
W. F. ALEXANDER.
E. E. COOKE.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDER & COOKE,
One of the Oldest and Largest Agencies in the State. Representing
. Tt.e AETNA Life Insurance Company, of Hartford Con.—the “Old Reliable,“—the Com
pany having the largest amount of Insurance in force in this Couuty, and the Company
t hat luruisheg protection and investment as good as the begt.
Liverpool A London Globe Insurance Com
pany of England.
Phoenix Assurance Company of London.
Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool.
Western Assurance C rnpaoy, of Toronto,
Home Insurance Company, of New York
Westchester Insurance Company of New
Georgia Home Insurance Company of Col
■ Etna Insurance Company of Hartford.Conn.
Hartford Insurance Company of Hartford,
Phoenix Insurance Company of Hartford,
CITIZENS’ INSURANCE COMPANY,
of Charles Town.
Queen Insurance Company of America.
German Fire Insurance Company of Wheel
lug, W. Va.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Don’t go in anybody’s bond for anything wb r v r. send him to us and we will fix him
Up with any kind of b ud he may want at a VKRY, VERY SMALL COST, thus saving
trouble for yourself and making biisiue - for us We represent tb • Citizens Trust <t Guar
anty Company, of West Virginia, A HOME COMPANY, and the only Company of its kind
having its Hume Otlico in tjiis State.
Ail other forms of Insurance. nich as Health, Accident, Plate Glass, Steam Boiler. Em
ployer’s Liability. To.uado, RENT and Buig.ar Insurance writm by us, and your wants in
any of these lines will be given prompt aud eari ftil attention.
Ail losses promptly adjusted and paid at our i ttlee,and a sworn etaement of the financial
condition of hII tor. igu Companies represented m this Ageucy will be found on file in the
Circuit Clerk's Office in Compliance with the West Virginia laws.
J. S. FLEM JNG, Sbepherdstown, W. \ a.
We solicit a continuance of your patronage
W. O. KAl , Harperb Ferry, W. Va
WASHINGTON ALEXANDER COOKE.
thousands of artistic endorsements from well known mu
sicians. used in over tour hundred public schools and over
three hundred conservatories of music.
ff *,EXCLUSIVELY UNION LABEL PIANO MANUFACTURED
Every piano h as the name of the manufacturers—
iiUSli & (itR iS, thtCtiyo( cast in the pinto. I»uy no piano
* 1 *' Joos not have the name of tiie real manufacturer cast in *ho J
... e the name of tiie real manufacturer cast ia the
II be getting nothing but a stencil,
iv of “The Story of t ..'.Stencil." Also make application and
beautiful souvenirs - -.-nt free. Agents wanted in all unoc
jhanos shipped dire.--t to customers, freight and expenses
EASY PAYMENTS. Remember the name.
HEALS LIKE [MAGIC.
THE PAIN VANISHES.
Inflammation and Pain are as inseparable as Gr« and
heat. Inflammation produces pain, and pain produces in
fla e' 1??revt‘r there Is unnatural Heat, Throbbing
or Redness, whether caused by Fever, Iiruises Cuts Sores
Piles Burns. Rheumatism, etc., there is iaflam,nation
To relieve Pam ami restore Nature, the inflammation
must be subdued. -umauou
Dailey's Magical Pain Extractor
isthe most ^pular family remedy rsed with a degree of satisfaction
v ala^LumhSof *3?. P^'P^ion. .Endorsed
at your druggists8 lx, not accept "a sXifu^'on fhtmfrkmTor"™^
If you can t procure It at your druggists, write direct to -Oyears.
THE OALLE Y MFC. CO. 12 Duane St. New York City.
LIPPI N coins
A Family Library -
The Best in Current Literature
12 Complete Novels Yearly
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
$2.50 PER Yt A.T : 25 CTS. A COPY
NO CONTINUED STORIES f
EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF •
' ' ■ sV <b«* It iti-f and lot on Main
<>*n civil. ,1 l.i Jamed f)
• • and .'li r and occupied t>y- John M
' J t- V WA'llINi ION
Farm for Sale.
rJ\ Jefferson County Farm for 8a'«*.
000 acre? of good. tinatile. limestone land. KO
!.ena> in timber, wttb vejn of Do oratb* inu
1 ’tig acrora the tract. Well iitmroved. and
■ (•■>i located. Apply at the
■ • SPLKIT OFFICE.
n About the water trout looking for
an old Bailor, says the Pfclladcigh!#'
Lodger. “Any old sailor will do," he
'remarked confidentially to a big nr.r.,
to whom he stated the object of Id*
quest, “because all I want is to have
some tattoo marks taken out of ny
When the tug man Informed him that
those india ink punctures would stick
closer to him than a blood relation
and would be oa his arm when his
Ceath certificate was filed the young
fellow wa3 aghast
“What iu the world am I going to
do?’ he asked iu despair. “There’s a
heart and two arrows and a girl's
Initials oa my arm, and I want to get
them off. I’ve got to get rid of these
letters any way. The girl ran away
last week with another fellow, and
they’re enjoying their honeymoon now.
I must get another girl, and I don’t
want to sleep with a married woman’s
monogram Just above my elbow."
The ease was truly a pitiable one,
md the generous heart of ihe tug man
“I’ll tell you what you’ve got to do,"
lie exclaimed as a happy though!
struck him. “You must find anothei
girl to fit those initials."
When last seen the tattooed man war
In search of a damsel who could an
twer to the initials “M. A. J.”
“I once spurned a bribe of $100,000,”
said the orator, naturally evoking a
round of applause.
“Nay, friends, do not cheer,” he con
tinued. “It is the duty of' all to be
fconest. Besides, the services demanded
by the brazen scoundrel were wo-th
double the money.” — Philadelphia
Not the Suitor's Fault.
Fond Father (trembling with emo
tion)—You are audacious! You are
heartless! She is my only child! Suitor
(wishing to pacify)—But, my dear sir,
you—er—you can’t blame me for that.
Steer a straight course and let the
other fellow do the dodging. You’ll
find the world willing to step aside for
a fellow who knows where he is going.
Make a Note Now to get Ely's Cream
Ba m if yon are troubled with nasal catarrh
hay lever or told in the head It is pti ify
iiig at d soothing to the sensitive membrane
that lines the air passages. It is made to
overcome the dif< are. not to fool the pat ent
tty a short, deceptive relief. There is no co
caine or tnert.ury iu it. Do not be taik d in
to aking a suited ute for Ely’s t ream Balm
All druggists sell it. Price Oc. Mailed by
Ely Bros., M 'A'arren Street, New Yo.k.
For Bent. Photograph Gallery on North
Gntrge St Up to date, and newly painted
Apply to C. F. Wall Co.
If you want nice fresh clean groceries
give us a call. We can supply you with any
thing iu the grocery line, at right prices
E. Frank Konemhs.
For ale — Horses, mules and colts. C F
For Sale.—Desirable Farm, well improved,
t mining w »u-r, near Chat ies Town, 225 acres.
A bargain. Enquire at Spirit Office
The reduction sale of suits, overcoats,
and trousers takes place January 2. This i
always an iuipoitaut eveat ;md is looked
forward to with great interest by hundreds
< f economy st ekers. Heieyou will find the
largett stock to select from.
Kahn's, Sadler Block,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought
B. H. PHILLIPS.
Manufacturer? and Dja'ers in
We Make a Special'}' of
ODD SIZE SCREEN DOORS & WINDOWS
We still bundle the old Reliable
Charcoal Iron Galvanized
Roofing, and all Grades
and Sizes of Slate.
IVORY PATENT WALL PLASTER.
Sole Agents For
CO A/GO 6 PERIOD ROOFING
Por L!*.ht Hoofing there It- Nothing Better or
L'jw .r Priced than.
Neponset Red Rope Roofing.
DIEHL B KO>s.r
Garble & uranite Works.
Manufacturers of and dealers in
r?lonuments, Head and
Foot Stones, Statues.
An in,pent on will demonstrate the superior
quality ol material, excel eut workmanship,
artistic fin sti uidnrtUfiiy of our work.
Wl Guarantee First-Class Work
at Reasonable Prices.
Will will h<* pleased to cell and exhibit de
- vtns <>» w rk tv cl specimens of material.and
tc make rstiin stes and quote prices ou any
b ug in our ihit\
Tin and Stove Work.
The ondersurned has located in the shop of
Mrs Manraret Dooley, West Main .treet. near
Hoi! s Pump where he is prepared to execute
ad kinds of Tin and Stove Work, at short no
tiee and upon reasonable terms.
Roofing and Spouting a
ril.a^kMp.°? ha“d or maDitacture to or
der, all the ordidary lines of Tinware, such as
BUCKETS, PANS, ETC. I
A liberal share of the' public patronae, ’
respectfully solicited. P r D007 pv ?
Sept. 7, 1897. JU1' |
SEND US YOUR ORDERS.
Jf etojdeajffarvure spreaders
American and Elmwood Fence,
Osborne Binders and Mowers
Ostxjrne Self-Damp Hsy Rakes.Osborne Self-Damp Haj Rakes,Osrorne Spring-Tooth Har
rows, Syracuse S:.riug-Tootb Harrows. Perry Spring-Tooth Harrows, Wickmau tsteel luo
lar Land Boilers, Brown Cultivators. Brown Doable and Single Shovel Plows. Genuine Oli
ver Pio»s and Repairs, Syracuse P ows and Blairs. Princess Plows and Repairs,
Fish Bros. Farm Wagons
B ack Hawk Double and Single Corn Planters.
Pound Scoops, Corn Sbellers. cutting t>oxcS, Oalveuize Steel and Tar Paper RooBng.Stovt.
Stove Pipe and Repairs, Pratts and Vlagic Poultry and Stock Food#, Collars. Collar Pads,
Harness, Etc Exteu-ion and Step Ladders. I hurosaud lee Cream Freezer*. Lawu Mow
ers and Lawu Kaket*. oils, gim*-, paints, Lewis’ V\bi*e Lwud and a complete lint? Shelf Hard
ware. Mail or Phone your orde.s to u». Jefferson P'uoDe No 19.
Farmers’ Supply Co.
B L. WITHERS. President. S. LEE PHILLIPS. Cashier
THERE IS A
Some hat;i;s nr too liberal to he safe; others are too conservative to bs useful to tlieir
custom* s The pofc. of the
FARMERS’ AND MERCHANTS’ DEPOSIT CO
wi' ju- ruit the ci'Stomcr who is looki't: for a
There are many other reasons why we tbi k the FARMERS AND M" R KANM DEPOAl'i
COM PAN will serve _\<>u and p ea^e you best
CORN K WASHINGTON AN GEORGE 8I KEr lS. HARLE-* ,OWV -i V'A
Capital, 50,000, Suiplus and Undivided Pnfs, 24,000,
THE NATIONAL CITIZENS’ BANK
of Charles Town, W. Va.
BRAXTON 1). GIBSON. President. GERARD D. MOORE, Caebiei.
B. F. LANGDON, Vice President. A. M. S. MORGAN, Ass’t Cashier.
W. L GIBSON, Individual Book Keeper. T C. GREEN, Attorney.
All kinds of good hank service are offered you by this Bank, auJ also a ehoerfu! williug
ness to accommodate you in any w av w ithin our power.
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK
in this County. The first Bank here to offer you safe deposit boxes. Come and see. We’I'
show you. UNCLE SAM is behind your deposits.
4 Per Cent, Paid on Enterest Accounts
<J. W. Henfrhaw, G. E. Hughe**, B. F. Langdon, Geo. W. 8hn?l
B. D. Oibpon, John H. Bishop, Eugene Sbugart.
Bank Open From 6:30 to 8 p. m. Saturdays.
Best Chilled P mv oil K.rth when you lli G iiuiik We av II
American and El wood Fence
Corn King Manure Spreaders
1 lie hi routes t ami 8im.il *t > n lie inarhe. I’milaui . a< 1 Rosedne
Cements. . eira Cotta Pipe «iid F i mgs
TIIORIJIIILL WAGONS, a Southern Product
We are headquarter* for Hardware of all Kind*. Paint*, Oils, GlaS'
mid Putty. Came line of Rims and Spokes. Star Cream .s,epa
rators. Single and Double Shovel Plows.
b'mplex orn Planteisand Buckeye Cultivators the best ever.
Galvanized and Felt Roofing. Building Papers. W e have most anything
you need. Call and see us hefoie buying.
COOKE & PHILLIPS.
SANK OF CHARLES TOWN.
ISAAC II. STRIDER, President. G. A. PORTBEFIELD,Cashier.
Ccihit d Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $10,000.
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1871
We solicit your buiness and invite you to inspect our new Bank Build
ing which we are now occupying. Your funds and valuables protected
in our modern steel lined vault with automatic time locking devices,
air* Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent on Reasonable lerms. See them
DIRECTORS.—Job a C. Burns John D. MeGarry, Ie-ur H StrMer l<.h- i a.- .
K,"H‘‘w"«“» Wi,t-»« •
s J. C. MOORE
Discounts Daily. Interest Paid on Time Deposits
TH03. R. MOORE. --
MOORE & MOORE,
Insurance, Real Qstate and 'fooans.
Fire and Life insurance.
We Represent the Following FIRE INSURANCE Companies
North British and Mercantile Insurance Cotnpanv of Iondon and w ,
anee Company of London; Continental Fire 1 Lu'ranee Cotnpany “1 V w yTl v v*"8,'
I "dcrwritere Xge ey; Glen* Fall.. Insurance Company. «l“nl Fall. N, „ v ’ Y,,rfc
lire Insurance r ompanv. of New Tort- Globe .V pf„.. ~a ' , Nt'w Y rk; Haoove
Philadelphia Under wrre'iF; Pens- lvania Fire InttTram-e . , f vt» York
Fire and Marine In-nrai.ee Company, of Philadelphia- Sitritmfiem £• 1 •‘uadelphia; Hirart
ince ( . nipm’v. of -printfleld. Mass.; citizen- IlflnraVe,' Fire and Marne Ineur
Immrjnve Company. ,.f PiiL-burg, andSouih-m Cnd -r v-^ei- oi Ori °f ’v*-'eri
THE JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE JNst RAVCE CO*P»vv" T% ' '
issues the mo.-t deMraole form-of Life End-.w-nenf T . NY> <,f •». Mttt-B.
anal Dividends. UVh and Paid-Up Valuer The m.\ Min'r „ 'a,* “*«*. An
h- market. The law, of Ma-sXXaremorl^Tfrin^m «f *nF it
bin any Mate ;n the L nited States. s Bt ,lfe menrance companies
n.E UNITE*. STATES FIDEDITY <fc GUAR NT Y oMPtM ,
form of surety bool.. A rod asking free G • of aHimore. issues al
rUE M x HYLAND t ’A8CALTY COMP ' Y , f Vl ^ *'■ '*'* f,,r vou
accident and health policies at low ratel Ale-. f'Ue .a!l f'>r,u‘ 01 Wtractlv.
l: arms’ 1,nvn Property and Other
Money to Lend on Real. Estate
- - w •ORh 1* ViOok*
FALL AND WINTER
1 have a lar^t* and up-to-date Mock of
Choice Goods at
f iliinery Store ou Sooth Chari, a street
*'’,J eim°ty IWVrtT to
Mrs. Nettie F. Noland
j Grocery and Eating House
TV.e nndersiamed has opened •
Store and Fating House ia the bu'ldine latelr
• wLT'dt hy Earrishaw * Dootey. oo
Washington street. Charles Town‘i.kL u
I ar .j “s
Full Line of Groceries
ith the Store I procose to k£p U>nDected
First-Class Eating House,
, T'11^ P^P*"* to serve Lonches Ovs
ters Coffee. Pies. etc., at all hours and in Ut*
he* si vie. at moderate prices. Ovsters fried
snd delivered at residences and full entertain
■Brute supplied to order.
Oct. U~y, TH08. J. KTIH8
New Hand at Bellows.
Tbe uudetvigned bw bought out the car
riage aud buggy repair .hop of Mr Charles
E. Schulte, on Wert Liberty street, rod will
conduct tbe coach uniting business in all its
branches at this old aud popular stand.
All Kinds of Repairing
and painting of buggies, carriages and wa
got)* promptly executed at reW(»oable pncea.
BUGGIES BUILT TO ORDER, from *75
Rubber Tire Work
Tires cut old war by hand.
Hoping for a liber.I hare of the public
Yours very truly,
FRANK A SCHULTE
Jan. 7. 190S—y.
]. A. Manuel,
Ail Kinds of Baggage. Freight, Heavy and
Jefferson Phone 54-k
Roof and Metai
WON’T COME OFF AMD'S JUST AS BLACK
A high grade Paint for RooSog arid all'
BLACK, GLOSSY AND ELASTIC.
Will not crack, peal or blister. It will1
make an old and worthless roof practical y
as good as new.
Most Elastic Paint on the market 'o-dtsy.
Made from various Mineral Pigment Rob
bers, Oils and Chemicals. Guaranteed for 5
years. If your Dealer cannot supply you, ar
cept no other, but write us eud tame will'
receive prompt attention.
FORT CUMBERLAND PAINT MFG. COMPANY,!
Cumberland, Md. I
One Door West of “Central Cafo.” Charlei
Town. Jefferson Co.. W. Va.
Newly Fitted Up Rooms
with all conveniences—neat, cleanly an
Everything Eatable Served.
Fish and all Kinds of Game in ^eauori.
I tilm ni) friend^, for pa^r j atroua
end ren ectfii'lv mo ieit a eontiuntioce of t
JAfV E* * T HO(VIA;
Kropriet < f
The Jefferson Count
Eire Iusurauee Company
Kstati i’u/irtl 1878
Office. Gibson Building, Court-Hone* V*:
Charles Town. West Virginia.
OFFERS to the people of Jefferson Com
Insurance in a safe Company at the actir
cost of insurance, which is much cheaper tin
the rates usually charged, aud keeps the mon
Good risks from responsible parties inTite
Executive Committee meets every Frida)
Dibbotoks—-Jos. Trapnell. John C. Bur
Nelson R. Roberts. Wm. H.T. Lewis, Willla
Wilt. Wm. C. Frasier, J. 8. Melvin. H 1
Snyder, M. B. Baker. E. H. Relnhait, J Wi
Rider. R. P. Chew, 8. W. Washington, Isai
H. Strider. 6
i. H. STRIDER.
JOHN A. WASHINGTON
.. .Sec’y A Treas'
Kxicutivb Committbk—Isaac H. Stride
Chairman; John C. Burns, 8. W. Washing.
WASHINGTON & ALEXANDER.
Charles Town, W. Va.
J. 8. FLEMING. Sbepberdstown, W. Va
WILLIAM O. RAU, Harper's Ferry, W.'
P. D. Davis.
J. A. Emme
DAVIS & E
House & Sign Painter*
CHARLE8 TOWN, W. VA.
Paper Hanging and Graining a epecian
Prices moderate, work executed promptly a*
April 7. 1896.
JAMES H. THOMPSO
8ecoDd-door East of Jefferson Hot*
Many thanks to un fiiends for their u
patronage, hone to <•<»• tiuue to have a liber
share of it. B*>t «»f service truarnni.»»*d
DR. 7. . I V!<^
D! N’ l I.-sT.
Crown 3rioje Work e
ALL VV(J. • K LU AniA.% t t t
Office so-tii <ih.trie- -i,*. . ~B; nr«.»
Hoof!’' ! >rne si, ,
-0 j W. vvatbiagton ftreet
The Ore. k Reatanrant. formerly conducted
hy A H. .-kead- w ll be rnn on a trzb pim
r.y b S Here M rs. Jane* He ct.o* dt Co.
Evervtti!i £ u| - o-date found at a Croek Kee
MEAL- sf lit ED AT ALL HOPES.
Special attenti. n given to Ladies. Mea* <fe
iivt-ivd to iatriii«*. Oyster* cieiivert-d to al
p.rts of the to»n. Hoping to receive t
share of your patronage, arc are,
Very truly \ ours.
KBTCOS & CO.
Great bargains in suits, overcoats and
trousers. Good clothes for men and boys- 1
nothing else. You money back „„ ,1 !naufl'. !
um Kahn. Leading lotbi-r
Money for Saio.
The Public Building Assoc io<
teem Share* or Loan Mono
* U! Ke
d. s eroiir®. .
Sec’y ana ireaa’r. I
Buy 5A Horse Blankets
and 5A Lap Robes.
They make you smile by
saving you money.
We Soli Them
R. D. SHUGERT,
Also have in stock a full Hue of
HARNESS, SADDLES. BRIDLES, WHIPS,
LAP BOBKS. ETC.
asd Syseiitery RfcTsdy
Cures acute and chronic diarrhoea, dysen
tery, cholera morbus,“ summer complaint,”
Asiatic cholera, and prevents the develop
ment of typhoid fever. Same wonderful
results obtained in all parts of the world.
“WORKS LIKE MASIC.”
Price 25 cents per box.
Don't accept a substitute— a so-called “just
as good.” lfyour druggist hasn't it and don’t
care to get it for you send direct to
THE ONTARIO CHEMICAL COMPANY,
Oswego, N. Y., U. S. A.
CH 1CHESTER'S ENGLISH
Original und Only <>cnuin(-.
SAFE. Always reliable l.ttdle*. M*k IfrurrUi
for CHICHESTER’S KNRI.ISIS
in KKB and Gold ruela'llc* boxes
with bine ribbon. Take nw utln-r. It. Cu>m
Hanrerou* Kubstltulioim and Imllti
Lions. Buy of your r>rtig#i*t. nr *t-n l 4t*. n
stamps for Portion lorn. Tc«timoniu!»
and “Relief fop I<adle«swin Uttur, by re
turn .VInil. 10.000 I • etirrcoisU. HuM by
Druffflsts. 4'btrhefttcr i hrmli nl i'n.,
•444 Madlaon Sausre. 1*11 ll.A. PA
HAIR BALSAM '
Cleansca and beautifies the hail.
Promotes a luxuriant growrth. i
Never Falla to Beatoro Gvayl
Hair to its Youthful Color. I
Cures scalp diseases Sc hair falling. I
50c, and 11.00 at Drugglsta
TH E undersigned having purchased the old
established Coach Factory of the lat*
Wells J. Hawks, in Charles Town, with Mu
view of entering into the
in all its branches, offers for sab a large
number of New and Second Ham*
Carriages, Buggies, Jaggers
Ac., at the lowest prices and upon the most
Old Carriages Taken in Exchange
ALL KINDS OF REPAIK8 done with
neatness and dispatch, and satisfaction guar
Horses and Carriages
In connection with the above I will ooi
inue the LIVERY BUSINESS, and be pn
oared to furnlsb Carriages, Buggies and Jat -
re - at the shortest notice.
being a practi al mechanic and determiner
o give satisfaction. I respectfully r... it ,
hare of public patronage.
Modern Woodmen of America
i'be Oreatrst Fraternal Br-neflt o it t
a, furnishes it#* uie.r.lters -.»und !-*■»,
y i f“nranee at aeiua i.oar, There b no I •
on d or privileged c a** Everv Wo.,dim
J*°G* on a bxiling of e * t rqualitr s
I gh-Sai*ri*d fflc-r.. (lie 'oei- ty’.hn
*** is coi ducted at a ...» i , co i p,\
•‘.au tbe t>UM' .see fat) oil). or | (
o»nranee corn, any of ,pj. .xtmat. u.t/ri,.
tilde Cheapest, saf.-.r and t» -t Witfc
-ra.e.na.fea-me of ov 'JQO.toi) members n,
the Lnifed States t.. i;a > er of Woodcraf
loat* over hundred* f thou-and* of Aineri
-■•n borne* li niiuit.er. n..>re members and
'upport.r* among leading u'-lic men than
New Corn Mea! Mill.
*!/k»».d* of* " * mil* and “m Pr<5Pare<1 to do
Peed And Corn Grindina
by an expert miller. Public pairooage rZ
syectfuliy solicited. ^
Fresh Fish of all Kinds.
I now keep on had Choice Fresh Fish of
all kinds, and will be glad to furnish you anv
y®a »“* >n that line. Also have a full
stock of all kinds of
fancy and staple groceries
brides haveon hand a nice line of confec
tionerir-s of aJi kinds. Intend also to run a
FIRST CLASS LUNCH ROOM,
and will leave no stone nntnrned to irive all
who favor me with their patronage my best
nndivided attention. Opposite
TtieJeffersonLlvery Stable,on George Street,
doited Telephone No. 63.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, l9oj
CHARLES TOWN, w. Vi.
ALL TRAINS DAILY EXCErT Sl>ND«f
For WINCHESTER & STRASRi I
JUNCTION. Depart 3.23 a * 1
ed). 11.10 a. m., 6 07 p. ni.. - ,6>
(Winchester only). Arrive : 32 h'
6.43 »• m. (Winchester only), l07i
m. ,6 43 p.m. ’ *P
For HARRISONBURG & SlJ
TON, Depart 3.23 a. ra. (mixed)
a m.. 6 07 p. m, (Harrisonburg, ,
rive 1.32 night, 10.is a, m., t, ,, n 1
For LEXINGTON. Depart n ,0 l\
Arrive 1 32 night 1012a.n1 n
For HARPERS FERRY. 1 ?1
a, ra. (except Monday), 6 43 11
10.12 a. m . 6 43 p. m. Arrive
m., 11.10 a. ni. 6 <>7 p. ni 7 36 nV
For HAGERSTOWN an/'wa,i
tions. Depart 6 43 a. m
Arrive 11.10 p. m.
For FREDERICK. WASHINT.t,
BALTIMORE and Way Station/
part 6.43 a. ra., 10.12 a. m . t 41 /
Arrive 11.10 a. ra. !
F«r MARTINSBURG and W™ .
tions.Depart 643 a. m. Arrive ■
For CHICAGO, COLUMBIA
WHEELING, Depart 6.43 p n,
rive 11. iq a. m.
6.43 p. m.
Arrive 6 07 p. ra.
For WASHINGTON, BALTI.MO
PHILADELPHIA and N EVV yu
Depart 6.43 a. m., 10.12 a ni . p ,
m. and 1.32 night (except .V ’
Arrive 11.10 a. m.. 6 07 p. iv - , ,
For CINCINNATI. ST. Louis'
LOUISVILLE, Depart 1 I2 a
6.43 p:m. Arrive 11.10 a. m
W. A. Spenglkr, Ticket Avi
8che!ulein Effect Oe 18lh. 1 •,)-*
Trains Lravr Chaki.ks Town W v
No. 18. SOUTH BOUND.
Q-.il a 111 F°r Basie. Niitura. B ,
Roanoke, Bristol ,n:.; ]
man Sleep- : ■ |
Connects at Ko
St Louie Express l| ,
Pulmun SI*t (i r to i u
No. 27. bus. Caffe Car.
ii-lvt ,n EorShetiundoabai'.dalimi
O.IO p. 111. mediate points
No. 28. NORTHBOUND
F--r Hagsrstow u u it rJ
mediate stall->n». t
at Shenandoah .1 ntn-d
with B. & O. tor
ton. Alsu ci n j
gerstowu with C V. |
road for Harr sfturi;
For Hagerstown and i|
mediate stations. Tt rol
Bleeper via H»gvrstowa|
9:52 a. m.
Leave Shenandoah -Jcnotion
2:45 a. m.
2:35 a. in.
For Basie, huena \ ,.i
a nuke. East Ic-.clo ij
fluid, Tutewi-li, No' i'»u,
eahoi.' as j
to Gary VV, Va.
For Uag<retow. nij
north Pullman Ne
Rtttee.sclieda . it and . tint, , ,
ftiruished upon *pp ■ 'A
W. B lit V
Geu’l Pa- i
Southe r. *
*1 «N W ASH IM,
nr Ho a.ni
Llteetn. i •
N. B r oil..wing -■>
liehed only *- n
(Trains >ns, 4 ns. * .
27* 4. i'll.
Hayumi kel. ....
Delaplane . .
Arv. Alexandria ...
2 50 10 O'
KAMI IS - ill
8 05 I
S 32 I
8 3ft \
ft 3? !
7 >8 j
.... .. 9 30
Ail trains arrive at and dept fi ft
Union Station, WssniDglon, I). ( ,
tOnnection is mad* tor au Iron. Balt's
Philadelphia and New V
For Map Folders, 7 hrough 7 *. 1* * -4
=tcu apply to nearest ageut *.r wr t" 1
L H. ACKERI . Vic- 1’rest and ft ft ltd
L H. HARDWICK, Passenger ! . **
W. U. TAYLOE, Gen. Pass. A- -r;t
j. 8. BROWN,1l*en- ral Agent.
_ W otbingtotj. D C.
Col K. P. Chew.
CHEW &: xNoKHI
Real Estate am
Business Cond acini ' '<n1 • •
ing next south of the Packet Store, *
has been nicety fitted up for v,y u*
where all cu tourer? will receive fir**'1'
service as heretofore.
April 9. IH07. THOMAS A. BAII'
South (Jeorgt »L Charles Town, W
Heals and Lunch
And Ice Cream in season Everjttin* ***
in First-Class 8ty)«. We make a »P*"
at serving ladies and children. Yob si'
spectfully Invited to give us a call.
Charles Town. Jeffersoi
BDT ASO SBI.L VSKMs I All
CBAL AKV 71WB rt !.*
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