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Cbaklks Tows. W. Va... Mat 23, 1899. Why Do You Suffer With your Eyes, when the assistance of a pair of HOCK CRYSTAL OH DIAMOND LKNSK, will give you relief. VYe guarantee to lit or refuud the" price. Lar-re assortment. at v.. \\\ BROWN'S. Oet. 20. 1891. Optician and Jeweler. LIFE IN SHOES. DO YOU KNOM" THAT TWO THIltDS OF YOUR LIFE IS PASSED WITH VOUR FEET ENCASED iX LEATIIEK. WHY NOT HAVE THEM COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE THE KIND THAT ARE PLEASANT. THEY ARE GRATEFUL TO THE FEET. THE PRICE IS NOT HIGH. SEE THEM. SHOES FOR EV ERYBODY AT HONEST PRICES. ALSO IIATS, SHIRT8, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR, AC. OTT BROTHERS. Local Miscellany. Wall is buying wool. Red sea oil at Dalgarn's. See Kahn's new double-column adv. Men's stitch-down shoes $i, at Ott Bros. S. H. Landis sells Sweet Violet cigars. Loose shredded cocoanut at Dalgarn's. He nil re and see Wall beforcsellingyour wool. Ladies Low shoes 45c. to S3.00 at Ott Bros. For dry goods and notions go to S. H. Landis'. Latest tints in stationery at Dr. Bishop's. Fine perfumeries, soaps, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. New crop New Orleans molasses at Dalgarn's. Go to Dalgarn's for heavy duck coats, gum-lined. Fresh crackers received weekly by S. H. Landis'. Shining Light leather preserver at C. N. Coleman's. Cart load of sawed slab wood tor 50c. by Miley Bros. Monarch shirts, collars, cuffs and neck wear at Ott Bros. 300 pairs men's coarse shoes, 90 cts. to Si.75 at Ott Bros. Ladies and children's hose, a large as sortment, at Landis". Pictures framed and frames made to order at Dr. Bishop's. New dress goods and silks received by M. Palmbaum & Bro. Another large lot of tin ware just re ceived by S. II. Landis. New underwear and hosiery received by M. Palmbaum & Bro. A fine line of gents' night robes at the Baltimore Bargain House.. For White Lily Flour and White Star Coffee go to S. H. Landis'. The best S3 and S3.50 shoes for men, black and tan, at Ott Bros. Experienced clerk wanted at the New York Racket Store at once. Repairs for Champion and McCormick Binders at Cooke & Phillips'. Ii you want fire, life, sick or accident insurance see A. G. Wynkoop. " Get the best." The Vulcan chilled plow for sale by C. N. Coleman. Call on A. G. Wynkoop for Fire, Life Burglary and Accident Insurance. If you want to sell your farm or town property apply to A. G. Wynkoop. New lace curtains and dotted swisses received by M. Palmbaum & Bro. A large line of ladies' and children's shoes at low prices. See S. H. Landis. Wanted, 5,000 pounds country lard, taken in exchange for goods, at Landis'. Table linens, napkins, towels, lace trimmings of all kinds, at S. H. Landis'. A new and attractive line of gents' un derwear at the Baltimore Bargain House. J. W. Kyle is agent for Morgan & Wright bicycle tires. See him forprices. Postage stamps and postal cards for sale by W. B. Davis. Market-House corner. New silks, ribbons, laces and embroi deries, received by M. Palmbaum &. Bro. The " Famous Ohio " cultivators are the best on the market. Sold by Cooke & Phillips. Genuine chilled plows and repairs that interchange with the Oliver, at C. N. Coleman's. "Cahoon." Cyclone and Crown wheel barrow grass seeder on sale at C. N. Coleman's. The best and nobbiest bicycle hose, pants, shoes, etc., at the Baltimore Bar gain House. If you have a fine or complicated watch that needs attention, call on Lewis. Ex pert work at low prices. Wanted.?Old China, Bric-a-brac Rel ics, &c. Address John Treblig, 9 North Howard street. Baltimore. Wanted to rent, a house and a few acres of land, on which a few milch cows may be kept. Apply at Spirit office. Go to Cooke and Phillips for the genu ine Oliver chilled plows and parts. They are undoubtedly the best and cheapest to buy. Corn crushing and grinding, sawing, planing, and wire and picket fence man ufactured by John A. Blake, at Roselle Mill. Go to Cooke & Phillips for your garden plows. The Queen of the Garden is the most durable and easiest running plow on earth. Mr. John H. Bishop has erected a handsome iron fence in front of the new dwelling of Mrs. Ambler, on South George street. A game of baseball was played here Friday, between Charles Town and Mar tinsburg clubs. Score 23 to 3 in favor of the home team. W. B. Davis, at old post office room, will sell you best and freshest groceries, flour, bacon, confections, notions, etc., at bottom prices for cash or country pro duce. Personal Hentlon. Miss Nannie Abell is ia town with friends. Dr. H. R. Moore was in town Saturday. Mr. John A. Blake was in Berryville last week. Miss Annie Ramey is visiting friends in Washington City. Judge E. Boyd Faulkner is registered at the Carter House. Mifs Mary Hoi>Uii:s has returned from a vi&it to friends in Missouri. Mrs. Tudge Green has gone to visit her daughter at Hyattsville, Md. Mr. Charles Alexander, of Parkersburg, visited his mother for a day or two. Mrs. Kate Trussell has returned from a visit to friends in Harper's Ferry. Mrs M. II Billups, of Baltimore, came to Mr. C. H. Gallalier's Tuesday night Mr. Chas. E. Reininger visited his pa rents, at Waynesboro, Pa., last week. Mrs. Albert Dielil and Mrs. Louis Diehl are visiting relatives in Frederick City. Mr. Wm. F. Alexander spent Sunday with Mr. H.L. Alexander,in Martinsburg. Miss Sallie Beller and little nephew, Hosmer. went to Washington yesterday. Mrs. Boiling will arrive here June 12, and will reopen the Hotel Powhatan June 15. Judge Daniel B. Lucas returned Tues day from a several days' business trip to Charleston. Prof. A. L. Wade, of Morgantown, was registered at the Carter House last Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Moreland has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Locke, near Berryville. Mrs. Julius C. Holmes has been visit ing her brother, Mr. P. T. Rohr, in Shepherdstown. Misses Elsie G. Haines and Katie E. Rowe left yesterday to visit relatives in Washington City. Mr. Will Hall, of Carlisle, Pa., is visit ing his aunt, Mrs. W. H. H. Roper, at "Pleasant View." Mr. Howard Taylor is running as Union News Agent on the Valley Branch of the B. & O. R. R. Miss Anna Belle Mason, of Rappahan nock county, Va., is visiting her grand father, Dr. G. F. Mason. Mrs. W. S. Morris and little son Willie left yesterday for a ten days' visit to rela tives in Washington City. Mr. Calvin R. Feagans, of Wheatland, is visiting friends and relatives in Wash ington City and Alexandria. Miss Rebecca Trapnell has returned from a visit to her brother, Mr. Joseph Trapnell, Jr., in Yonkers, N. Y. Mrs. H. D. Rust, of Washington City, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. D. A. Phillips, and returned home yesterday. Mr. N. S. J. Strider was detained at his home at U villa by sickness in his fam ily last week, and was also on the sick list himself. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shugert and son Frank, and Miss Mary Sites, of Harper's Ferry, spent Thursday with the family of Mr. S. S. Dalgarn. Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins will leave to day to attend the meeting of Seminary Board and Southern Presbyterian Gen eral Assemblv, at Richmond. Mr. T. G. Baylor, civil engineer, of this place, has been in Berryville looking over the water plant system now under comfemplated completion by that tcwn. Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins went to Boyce Friday, to officiate at the funeral of Mr. John M. Jolliffe, a former member of Co. C, 2d Va. Reg't, Stonewall Brigade. Mr. A. Vernon Garney has passed a successful examination at Roanoke, and assigned as telegraph operator at Rocky Mount, on the main stem ot the N. & W. Railroad. Mrs.Margaret Aisquith has been chosen to represent Lawson Botts Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy, of this place, in the coming meeting of the State Chapter, at Wheeling. Announcement is made that Prof. George H. Denny, of Hampden-Sidney College and Miss Janie Jenkins Strickler, daughter of Rev. Dr. G. B. Strickler, of Union Theolog ical Seminary at Richmond, will be married June 1st, at the Seminary. Prof. Denny is a brother of Mr. Wright Denny, principal of the Cuarles Town Graded School. Mrs. Bettie Long, relict of the late Phillip Long, of Page county, Va., is visiting Mrs. L. It. Milbourneat tlie Baptist parsonage. Mrs. Long owns one of the finest estates in Virginia, situated in the far fame^ Mas sanutten Valley in Page county, Virginia, and many of the members of Co. B. were hospitably entertained during the Jate war. Among those who left here yesterday for the Washington Peace Jubilee were Misses Katie Aisquith, Lettie Ambler, Mary and Hallie Alexander, EmilyCooke, Lucy and Bessie Young, Katie Seibert, Marian Walker ank Dallas Rowan, and Messrs. W. Fontaine Alexander, Clayton L. Haines and Kearsley Wysong. Constipation, Headache, Biliousness,, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dizziness, Indicate that your liver Is out of order. The best medicine to rouse the liver and cure all these ills, is found in 25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. Last week we made announcement of the engagement of Mr. John W, Davis, of Clarksburg, and Miss Julia McDonald, ot this county, and their prospective marriage in June. A Lexington telegram says of the groom-elect: "He is a graduate of Wash ington and Lee University in both academic and !aw schools and was also assistant pro fessor of law at the university during the session of 1896-97. Mr. Davis is one of the most brilliant young men that ever attended the university, and made for himself the name of the "Boy Orator"- in the Legisla ture of West Virginia last winter, of which body he was a member, and was also recog nized as the Democratic leader of that body." Dcnnty .Is 15Ioo?l Deep. Clean blcfod means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im nurities from the bod v. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,?beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Royal &k& ? ^Bsewvny Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome WOVAL BAKING POWPgff CO.. NEW YORK. Lee Memorial Association. The regular annual meeting of the LeC Memorial Association will be held at the Court-House in Charles Town on Satur day, May 27, 1S99, at 11 o'clock a. m. A full attendance requested. A. C. HOPKINS, Pres't. Gko. W. Haines, Sec'y. Public Sales. Friday, June 2.?Personal Property, by A. C. Link. Friday, June 2.?Horses, Mules, Wa gons, Harness.etc., by Hagerstown Spoke and Bending Co. Mr. C. T. Shugert has purchased ot Mr. S. W. Wysong the Coyle property, corner of Washington and Samuel streets for ?'*4,300. For sale, valuable Jefferson county farms; also town property, including some valuable buildinc: lots. Moore & Moorf.. Thanks to Mr. C. D. Eby, who always keeps well up with the procession, for the first tomatoes of the season?something really nice and tempting. Messrs. Chew & Norris and the Charles Town Water and Manufacturing Co. have attractive new signs?the artistic execu tion of- Mr. C. W. Taylor. We are requested to announce that the Daughters of the Confederacy will assem ble at Rouss Memorial Hall preparatory to joining in the parade next Saturday. Hog cholera prevails to a large extent in the Wheatland neighborhood. Mr. W. C. Feagans has lost about thirty head, and others, we understand, have also suf fered heavily. Fees for Hatching.?I have nothing but E. L. Miles' Montauck strain of Barred Plymouth Rocks. Will fill orders during May and June. M. E. Boi.incer. Au elegant, stylish, four-wheel cart, good aa new, id for mile at Joseph Hunt's livery stable. Can be had for less than half its value. Heata four persona, or two. Cost the owner SI-JO 00. Mr. O. B. Goladay has the agency for the Hagerstown Steam Laundry. When shirt bands are worn out new ones will be put 011 without extra charge. Laundry leaves Tuesday night and returns Friday. Messrs. Davis & Emmert have con tracted to paint the dwelling of Hon. Geo. R. Wendling. White, with green trimmings, is the selection, which will give "Maplehurst" a charming appear ance. Physicians are the friends of the family. HARPER Whiskey is the friend of the Physicians. A most valuable assistant and one that can be trusted. Sold by George W. ThomaV, Charles Town. W. Va. Eggs for Hatching.?Barred Ply mouth Rocks, pure bred, 13 eggs for 75 cts. Stock from the noted poultry yards of Danton Marford, Hd? and C. A. Kulilmau, Va. M. Kerciieval, Charles Town, W. Va. The Westminster League of the Pres byterian church held an enjoyable socia ble Friday evening?an excellont pro gramme of music, recitations, etc., add ing flavor to the ice cream, cake, etc., afterwards served. Mr. C. N. Beard is opening out in Ins new store-room, (west room of National Bauk Buiiding,)a full stock in the line of a general grocer}- and provision store.? Mr. Richard Morris, a well-known and popular young salesman, is in charge. Our progressive ami popular merchant, Mr. S. H. Landis, lias adorned the front of his store with an elegant Welsbacli Arc Light, placed in position by Mr. O. M. Darlington, the worthy and efficient superintendent of the Charles Town Gas Company. WHEN NATURE Needs assistance it may be best to render it promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of Figs, mauufacturcd by the California Fig Syrup Co. Mr. David W, Clipp. a worthy citizen of the Old Furnace vicinity, died on Fri day morning last, in the 74th year of his age. Funernl services at his late resi dence Saturday morning, conducted by Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins, after which the remains were interred in Edge Hill Cem etery at this place. Mr. Jacob Sites, a well-known and highly respected citizen of this county, died at "Castle View," his home near Halltown, Saturday morning last, after a lingering illness, aged about 65 years, leaving a widow, two sons and one daugh ter. Funeral services were held at his late residence yesterday afternoon, con ducted by Rev. C. H. Roekey, assisted by Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins. Interment in Edge Hill Cemetery at this place. Removed. I wish to inform my friends and the public generally that I have moved in the new room now being fitted up for me in the Hagley building (a few doors from Racket store) about April 1st. I antici pate a very large spring trade, and will use my best efforts to raise and maintain the standard of custom garment making to the highest level possible, in order to counteract the many spurious imitations of legitimate tailoring that have been foisted upon the public. As to my new samples for the coming season, it is hardly necessary for me to dwell on them. All I can say is that I used the .very best ability and matured experience in select ing a complete assortment of styles and qualities. I promise you also in the fu ture, as in tlie past, the same courteous and liberal treatment, and last, but not least, a perfect fit. Yours' &c., C. li. Reininger. Church Items. Rev. S. Miller preached in the Baptist church Sunday night. Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins preached in the Presbyterian church at Middle way Sunday afternoon. Services in St. James* Catholic Church, Charles Town, on the 4th Sunday of each month, at 10: qo a. m. Rev. Dr. Bond, P. E., will preach at Mur rill Hill, near Mannings Ford, Sunday, May 28, at 11 a. mM and also at CharleB Town at 8 p. ra. The ladies of the Presbyterian Church will serve stawberriesand ice-cream at Uvilla Hall, Friday, June 2nd. The public is cor dially invited to attend. The Kearneysville Presbyterian Sunday School will hold a strawberry festival at the residence of Mr. Thos. W. Hammond, near Kearneysville, Saturday evening, June 10, from 5 to 10 p. m. Rev. Dr. Bond, Presiding Elder, held Quarterly Conference for Jefferson Cir cuit, M. E. Church South, at Beulah Sat urday afternoon, and preached there Sunday morning. Also held Quarterly Conference for Charles Town Station in the M. E. Church South here yesterday morning. 1S99 Ramblers 840.00. M. E. Bolinger, Agent. I pay cash as well as trade for eggs. S. H. Land is. Rev. C. H. Rockey. of Shepherdstown, j will address the Anti-Saloon League of j Charles Town Thursday, June 1, at 8 p. m. I oASToaaxA. Beam th# The Kind You Harc Always Bought Signature cf AGENTS make big monev selling our rubber collars, cuffs and jtfiirt fronts; territory Koing fast; Vrite for terms.? I*rancis Gordon Mfg. Co., Harrisburcr Pa. i6-2t. J. L. Pentz, Secretary, announces a Shooting Tournament to be held at Har per's Ferry on Thursday, May 25. Thir teen events and four moneys. On account of meeting of Grand Lodire Good 8nmaritai)8, Staunton, Va., June 12-15, 1.S1KJ. the Southern Railway will esll tickets to Staunton anil return at rate of 4c. a mile one way distance for the round trip. Tickets on sale Juue 10, 11, 12; final limit June 20. , Mr. Thomas Welsh, who was injured in a blast at Bakerton, did not die, as re ported. Mr. D. R. Houser, his foreman, was in town Tuesday, and said he was getting along* very nicely. Married, at the residence of the officiat ing minister in Charles Town, May 1899, by Rev. J. II. Wolff, Mr. Henry K. 1). Jones, of Shepherdstown, to Miss Emma Deny, of Halltown. 'J he Ptflmbauni atore imiue and that adjoining occupied by .Mr. Charles W. Brown, jeweler, are getting fresh coats oS paint?IMe^nre. W. W. Johnnon and 'I hos. .\1. li.iker manipulating the hrunh If kept continually running a watch will tick 160,144,000 times a year. If your watch is not kept clean it will soon wear out and be useless. Lewis will clean your watch for 75 cts., and warrant it one year. Just received a carload of'the latest im proved Deering Binders and Mowers. C. N. Colkman. Save your carpets and furniture by using the Milford Suction Sweeper. C. N. Coleman, Mr. E. B. Moore, formerly ot this county, and proprietor of the Savoy, Washington, D. C? will have charge of the White Sulphur Springs, near Warrenton, this year. The fame of these springs and Mr. Moore's repu tation as a caterer ought to insure a large patronage.?'Jlarke Courier. Mr. Moore is a son-in-law to Mr. C. R. Hardesty. The survivors of Companies A and D, ist Va. Cavalry, held a pleasant reunion at Shenandoah Junction last Saturday. Col. R. P. Chew, of this place, made an eloquent address, and remarks were also made by Mr. J. H. Jennings, of Middle way. Capt. H. \V. Kearney of Co. D. and Lieut. S. D. Engle of Co. A, were present. Amongothi^s present was Mr. J. P. Athey, who came all the way from Coffeyville, Kansas, to meet with his old comrades once more. Messrs. Geo. H. Hagley and C. M. Hough, members of Co. D, were among those present from Charles Town. An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy. Strop ok Figs, manufactured by the California Fio Sy:rup Co.. illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants knows to be medicinally laxative and presenting' them in the form most refreshing- to the taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa tive, clcansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub stance. and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained fr?m senna and other "aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FRANCISCO. CAT.. I.OT7ISVIXLK. KY. NEW YOH^. N. Y, For sale by all Druggists.?Price 50c. perbottte Sensational ER6E ust ALE. >: Our special sale of Serge Suits lias proven ? a great success. This store has never placed before its patrons a " Special Offer " that has met with such popular approval. For this week we are going to offer you what we believe to be the greatest "Suit Bar gain" of the season. We place on sale for this week only a limited quantity of our famous These suits are made from a 16-oz. All-Wool Washington Mill Clay Worsted, absolutely fast color guaranteed. The coats come in both sacks and frocks, and are tailored in an elegant man ner. These suits are a regular $10.00 value, and were extensively advertised and sold by us for &S.00. We name the price, for this week only, $6.75. FRINGE is all right in its place, but not on the bottom of your trousers. You can brighten up your old suit wonderfully by substituting a pair of new trousers for the old ones. Here are two Specials. 125 pairs All-Wool Hair-Line and Fancy Cassimere Trousers, really worth ?2.50. Our - Special Price 1) 150 pairs fine Stripe and Check Worsted Trousers, elegantly made and trimmed, sold regularly at $3.50 and $4.00 a pair. Our Spe cial Price 82.15. . KAMI, ^Leading' Clothier, Sadler Block. I nvitation To See and Examine, and then you will want a DEERING BALL-BEARING BINDER AND MOWER. fJLO tt'M. GENUINE CL1LUED PLOWS and repairs that interchange with the Oliver. Vulcan Plows with .Clamp Beam, J stroum:r than the bolted beam. Root Plows. Repairs furnished for all plows in ihe country. BROWN MANLY PLOWS and Cultivators. The Thomas All-Steel Hay Rakes and Tedders, The Rieh. mond Champion Double and Single Corn Planters, Michigan Wheel and Float Spring-Tooth Harrows, Wood ,aud Steel Land Rollers, Self Oiling Tubular Axle Farm Wagons. Agents for Birdsell Hnllers and Wind Stackers,The Amer ican Thresher and Rock Crusher. Full line Hardware, Wire, Cement, Terra Colta Pipe, Pumps, Paints, Oils, &c, ?7. Jf. C OEj Jau. 17. BURNS & SHUGrERT. Our New Spring Goods are now 011 display. No matter how small your purchase may be, we will make interesting prices for you. BURNS & SHUGERT. March 7. __ 1899. SOLID ROCK. 1899. Yes, the Book tells us that a house built on sand soon crumbles and falls, but one built upon solid rock stands all storms, cyclones and bliz zards. Just 30 in the mercantile arena. The business that is founded on solid principles: ^UNDERBUY, X UNDERSELL X AND X' SPOT^C CASH, ) know no competion, keep goods eternally on the move. Lead in low price ; never follow or imitate; don't wait for somebody else to cut prices. The people who come for miles around tell us every day that we are the talk of the country. Best values for least money. We believe in short profits and doing the volume of business. This spring finds us with a more selected stock than ever before. It will pay you to inspect our line of MEN'S, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. SMI HOI Hagley Corner, Charles Town, W. Va. Feb. 38, arc ready for spring trade with fine selection of DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, KIIUIONS, JEmbrttidcfies, Silk's^ Laces, Underwear, &c. ALSO FI LL LINE OENTS FURNISIIINOS. Prices Lower Than Ever. M Palmbaum & Bro., March 21. Next to Watson House, Charles Town, W. Va. the difference. - Some people do not like to be talked about. We do, and, to give you a good cause for doing so, we will endeavor to perform-dome redicu lous tilings, commencing today, and keep it up until January 1, 1899. Watcli the papers and our window for gosip food. BROWN, The Jeweler. Nov. 22, 18U8. 500 NEW Carriages & Buggies. Thrush Of Slough, LEADING COACH MAKERS of Southern Pennsylvania and Maryland, Wish to announce to the people of Charle3 Town and vicinity that they are better prepared than ever to furnish Buggies, Carriages, Spindle and Dayton Wagons, at bottom prices. ALL MATERIAL AND GOODS FIRST CLASS. Do not purchase until you address us at Shippensburg, Pa., or Ilagerstown, Md.; or you can rcceive full information from Mr. Adam Brown, at the Carter Houne, Charles Town. Aug. 2,'OS.