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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON.
Cbiri.es Town. W. Va.. November 14,1SD9. Why Do You Suffer With your-Eyes, when the- assistance of a pair of ROCK CRYSTAL OR DIAMOND LENSE, frill give you relief. We guarantee to fit or tefuud the price, i.aree assortment., at C. W. BROWN'S, Oct. 20. 181*1. Optician and .Jeweler. A MAN SHOD In a pair of our ?3.00 and $3.50 shoes is well shod. His shoes will g?vc him comfort and will answer every de mand for hard service. FOR THE LADIES, The correct shapes, with heavy soles for fall and winter wear. OUR REPAIR SHOP Js iu charge of a competent work mau, and we do flue repairing that is unequaled. Men's FurnishingCoods Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, underwear, Hats, Neckwear, Umbrellas, Gloves, ?&c., OTT BROTHERS. Local Miscellany. ? ???? Circuit Court Nov. 21. Men's fur gloves at Ott Brothers. Cotton grain sacks at Cooke & Phillips'. Do you owe taxes? Pay up and save costs. New blankets and comforts at Palm baum's. ' ?1,000 worth rubber boots and shoes at Ott Bros, Coal hods, shovels and tongs at C. N. Coleman's. A. G. Wynkoop sells farms and town properties. Neckwear, gloves, hats and underwear at Ott Bros. New flannels, skirts and shawls at Palmbaum's. New .underwear and hosiery by M. Palmbaum & Bro. See the " Tiger'' air-tight heating stov e > at C. N. Coleman's. Mundell's school shoes for boys and girls at Ott Brothers'. Big lot of men's, boys and youths' coarse boots at Ott Bros. If you want to sell your farm put it in -A. G. Wynkoop'b hands. For ladies', men's and children's under -vvear, go to S. H. Landis. A fine line of gents' night robes at the Baltimore Bargain House. For the best S3.50 shoe for men try the ** Walk Over," at Ott Bros. For sale, a Fireplace Heater. Apply at office of Moore & Moore. It you want fire, life, sick or accident Insurance see A. G. Wynkoop. Novelties for fall and winter, dress goods and silks, at Palmbaum's. Stout s rubber boots, the only genuine snag proof boot, at Ott Brothers'. ^ For table linen, towels, sheeting, cot. tons, canton flannel, &c., see Landis. Save one-half your fuel by using Roch ester Radiator, for sale by C. N. Coleman. A new and attractive line of gents un derwear at the Baltimore Bargain House. ^ Make your hens lay more eggs by using ?' Magic Poultry Food," sold by Cooke & Phillips. Sweet, Orr & Co.'s overalls, coats, &c., a large line just received at Baltimore Bargain House. If you have a fine or complicated watch that needs attention, call on Lewis. Ex pert work at low prices. Go to S. H. Landis* for dry goods. A large and complete line to select from. Prices as low as the lowest. Messrs. W. N. Lumen and Clias. H. Bill myer have purchased the S. L. Williams grain elevator at Shenandoah Junction. Mr. John W. Simpson, who died suddenly at Kockville, Maryland, the first of last week, aged about 50 years, was brought here for burial. Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritable. Every cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs. Ceasetearing your throat and lungs in this way. Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. You will need some help to do this, and you will find it'in Aycfs Cherry Pectoral From the first dose the quiet and rest begin: the tickling in the throat ceases; the spasm weak ens; the cough disap pears. Do not wait for pneumonia and con sumption but cut short your cold without delay. Dr. Ayefs Cherry Pec toral Plaster should be over the lungs of every per son troubled with a cough. Write to the Doctor. Unuaual opportunities and lonfrex> perience eminently qualify us for criVinK you medical advice. Write freely all the particular# in your case. Tell ua what your experience hua been with our Cherry Pectoral. You will receive a prompt reply, without Addraaa, DR. J. C. AYR Lowell, 1 Personal rtention. Mr. W. B. Davis visited Shepherds town Tuesday. Mrs. Charles A. Johnson has returned from Baltimore. Miss Edith Sheetz visited Hagerstown, Md,, last week. Mr. H. T. Miley is visiting relatives in Leverings, Ohio. Mr. Geo. W. Bryant has been visiting Mr. Geo, W. MarTow. Mrs. H. H. Kennedy is visiting friends in Kent county, Md. Miss Anna-S. Riddle is visiting rela tives in Schenectady, N. Y. Mr. Geo. F. Eichelberger has been spending a few days in town. Miss Jennie Ware has been spending a few days with Mrs. H. T. Miley. Mr. Jas. II. Beller, of Washingtcn City, was in town several days last week. Mrs. John E. Hilbert. of Washington City, is visiting Mrs. Geo. W. Thomas. Mrs. Sallie Harlan, of Berkeley county, is visiting her sisters, the Misses Keerl. Miss Maude Jenkins, of Hillsboro, Va., is visiting her brother, Mr. Alonzo Jen kins. Mr. Chas. M. Stump, of Washington City, has been spending a day or two in town. Mrs. Nancy Longerbeam, of Berry's Ferry, Va., is visiting her niece, Mrs. H. T. Miley. Mrs. Jas. Law. Hooff is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Wm. Hill Brown, at Manassas, Va. Mr. J. S. Bragonier, of Shepherdstown, attended Bishop Gravatt's consecration here last Friday. Mrs. A. E. Turner, of South Cumber land, Ind., has been visiting her -aunt. Mrs. A. M. Sheetz. Rev. James B. Stonesifer and wife, of Winchester, visited the family of Mr. G. T. Stonesifer last week. Rev. W. R. D. Moncure was called to Richmond again Friday on account of critical illness of liis son. Senator Wm. Campbell returned Thurs day from a business trip through some of the Mountain counties of the State. Maj. A W. McDonald went to Berry ville Thursday, to serve as pallbearer at the funeral of the late John O. Crow?. Mrs. B. F. Leisenring left Saturday for her home at Ellis, Kansas, first going to visit relatives and^Jriends in the Cumber land Valley. Rev. J. H. Wolff, of Rileyville. Va., was in town Saturday, and he and his son. Dr. Eldridge Wolff, made a trip to Martinsburg.. Mr. J, Thos^Campbell left far Wash ington Thursday with twelve head of horses, and will visit his sister, Mrs, W. A. Bennett, in Culpeper, Va. r Miss Amy Weller lias returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Thnrmont, Maryland, accompanied by Mrs. John l'ed dicord and little sons, E.lgar and Earl. Mr. and Mrs. l'endleton and children.who have been visiting Mr. X II. Willis, father of Mrs. l'endleton, at ??Hock Hall," have returned to their home in Wythville, Va. Mrs. Martin, of Grafton, widow of the late Hon. B. F. Martin who represented this District in Congress several terms, is the guest of Itev. mid Mrs. Shaw. Past Grand Master B. D. Gibson and "Worshipful Master C.N. Coleman will go to Martinsburg to-day to attend the meet ing of the West Virginia Masonic Grand Lodge. We had a pleasant call yesterday morn ing from Messrs. P. M. Kelly, of Wash ington City, and Edward Eagan, of this vicinity. Mr. Kelly has just re turned from a trip to Norfolk, Va., in company with Capt. Thomas Eagan. Road Supervisor of the N. & W. R >', and Mr. James Eagan, of this vicinity, and reports having quite an enjoyable visit. Mrs. Mary E. Williams, wife of the late Dr. S. H. Williams, of Baltimore, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alice A . Frauklaiul, at Stephen's City, after a long illness. Mrs. Williams was a native of Bal I timore. A few years ago Dr. and Mrs. Wil liams resided for awhile in this town and were highly esteemed by all who knew them. ! Dr. Williams was a local preacher of the M. | E. Church, South, but pursued his profes | sion of dental surgery whilst here. Mr. Marshall Burns has had an office building erected at his coal yard on North Lawrence street. Mr. J. H. Crabill has sold his house and lot at Shenandoah Junction to Mr. L. J. Shirley, for ?1,200. Mr. and Mrs. George Porterfield en tertained the Euchre Club at "Cassilis" on Tuesday evening last. The Misses Terrell have sold to Mr. John D. McGarry, (through agency ot Mr. A. G. Wyukoop.) a tract of timber land, for $700. Mr. Jack Cobert, who had a foot badly mashed by a freight train at the B. &. ?. depot here October 21. and subsequently amputated, died at his home at Frank lintown. near Kipon. on Thursday last. Messrs. Washington & Alexander were on hand Saturday following burning of elevator of W. N. Icemen & Co., at Shen andoah Junction, with commendable promptness, prepaved to settle losses of companies represented by their firm. The ninth annual exhibition of the Frederick Horticultural Society was held last week. Our advertising patron Mr. Charles Hermann was one of the princi pal exhibitors, and was awarded pre miums for best design in cut flowers, display of paims and foliage plants. . The fifty Wellsbach So candle power burners furnished by the Charles Town Gas and Water" Company, with their beautiful corrugated globes, gave a most brilliant illumination of the recently im proved Zion P. 15. Church Sunday night, and were much admired. The elevator and adjacent buildings of Messrs. W. N. Lemcn & Co., (recently purchased of Mr. S. L. Williams,) at Shenandoah Junction, were destroyed by fire on Friday night last. Cause of fire unknown, but_ supposed to have been from a spark from a passing railroad lo comotive. Insured with Washington & Alexander for ?2,500 on elevator and stock, and with Moore & Moore fof S725 iWl^warehouse and contents and stable and contents. ROYAJL & 7 ^BSOUUTEiyPlHCE Makes the food more deliciods^md wholesome Public Sales. Wednesday, November 15.?Personal Property, by Mrs,Margaret E. Anderson. Friday, Nov. 24.?Personal Property, by Mrs. Harriette Evans. Executrix. The winter schedule of the B. & O. R. R. will go into effu?fcjiext Sunday. Mr. Arch Roper has lost heavily by cholera in thoroughbred Chester hogs the past season. Vl Families supplied with the best coal good weight and prompt delivery?by C. T. Smallwood. Mr. J. Frank Weller is improving the front of his dwelling property with a neat wall and handsome iron fence. For Sale, an excellent Empire "Grate Stoye?never had fire in it a half dozen times. Will be sold at a bargain. Apply at Spirit office. Messrs. Moore & Moore have promptly adjusted and paid their insurance loss on property of W. N. Lemen & Co., burned Friday night. Air. D. L. Earrenger, of Shenandoah Junction, and Miss Mary L. Davis, of Martinsburg, were married at the latter place Wednesday last. Mr- W. H. Hooff a few days ago killed a hawk which measured 4 feet three inches from tip to tip of wings, and 2 feet 1 inch from bill to tip of tail. Mr. Chas. W. Brown has been improv ing his store-room with new papering, painting, etc., preparatory to opening out his handsome stock of holiday goods. Hides Wasted.?-Beef, calf, sheep and lamb, horse hides, tallow, beeswax, fur skins of all kinds, for which the highest market cash price will be paid. j R. D. Shugert. Mr. G. D. Moore, one of the assessors of real estate under the recent act of the Legis lature, reduced the basis of assessment twen ty per cent in his district. The average valuation of real estate in his district has been placed at $20.00 per acre. Hagerstown Lightning Conductor Co. located in Charles Town for 30 days. Good work guaranteed and orders so licited. C. H. Goetz, Manager, O31 -4.* Hotel Watson. S6 A WEEK TO START. We want intelligent ladies, or gentle men, to accept permanent position in own town ; salary to start ^6 a week, guaran teed,and commission. Many make from ?"?I2 ?24 a week. You can devote all of your spare tyue. Send stamp for full par ticulars. Address, The Bell Company, Dept. C., Philadelphia, Pa. Oio-St. By order of the Postofiice Department the mail matter dispatched from the Charles Town post office from October 3 to November-6 was weighed, showing the following result: 1st class, 590 lbs. 1 oz.; 2d class, 1,030 lbs.; 3d class, 654 lbs. 12 ozs.; government free matter, 1,013 't>s.; equipment, 2,835 lbs. 15 ozs. AN IAIPORTANT DIFFERENCE. To make it apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill, that they are not af flicted with any disease, but that the sys tem simply needs cleansing, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the Calfornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all drug gists. Mr. George P. Henderson and Miss Mary M. Welsh, both of Rockville, Md? and members of prominent families, were married at the Presbyterian mans; in this place on Tuesday last, by Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins. After, the ceremony they stopped at the Carter House, and left on the evening B. & O. train for their home. The groom is a son of Judge James B. Henderson of the sixth judicial circuit of Maryland, and the bride a daughter cf Mr. W. W. Welsh, clerk to the board of county commissioners of Montgomery county, and a granddaughter of Rev. Kobert Smith, a former preacher in charge of the M. E. Church South at this place. Church Improvement. The work of improvement on Zioil Epis copal Church, commenced about September the 1st, is now completed, ami the result in modernizing the interior of this handsome church edifice is fully up to the expectation of the most optimistic and reflects credft upon the taste of the committee, consisting of Judge trunk Beckwith, chairman, and ?Messrs. Jo-eph Trapnell, Geo. S. JSyst' r. Richard Henderson, \V. B. Packet and S \V. \\ ashington, and also the designers and painters, Emmart it Quartley, ot Baltimore. Md. The side galleries have been entirely removed, and the eUect, in appearance is most decidedly satisfactory, refilling in an auditorium spacious in size and attractive in appearance. The five columns on either side which acted as a support ty the galleries and extended to the open ceiling, remain TliejJ have been handsomely gilded, and at systnuatic intervals banded with cardinal and gilt, fho base of the arches rest on a heavily moulded guilded sub-base fluted in gilt and cardinal with t1 e space above frescoed in triangles and adorned with cross and crown and palm leaves. The ribbed ceiling has been handsomely panelled with tasty borders and appropriate designs, while the side walls prettily ha-monize with the ceiling designs. The decorations in 11 e chancel are rich and beautiful, being divid ed in arched panels, bordered with cardinal and gilt.withScriptual monograms as center pieces. The pews remain unchanged in ar rangement, but have been oak grained to correspond with organ and clianccl furni ture. The splendid new pipe organ is to the right ot the chancel and the baptismal fount will occupy the left. Thegallery in the rear remains as formerly with the exception of a re-arrangement as to seating and other necessary embellishments. The auditorium wilt be lighted by handsome brass bracket gas burners of SO candle |>owereach and four brackets to each of the ten columns. The lights combined will represent 3,200 candle power exclusive of the lights of chancel and gallery. We congratulate the committee and the designers on the improvement wrought, and felicitate the congregation upon a just pride it must have in so hand some an old church, so beautifully modern ized, with so little violence to former quainV ness. The total cost will aproximate $2,000. THR DECEMBER DELINEATOR. The Yuletide number of Delineator, the Butterick Pattern magazine, comes out with a new cover and is as attractive inside as it is outside, showing many new things in coats, jackets, waists and skirts which will not fail to please the ladies. Beard, the Stationer, who'sells the pat terns and Delineator in this city, is mak ing a special offer to ladies who will sub scribe for the Delineator during Novem ber and December. A pattern ta be se lected by the subscriber will be given with every subscription during this and next month. The price is one dollar a year, and each number will contain coupons good for forty cents worth pf gatterns. Wood and Corn wanted at the_SriKiT office. For your fall dress goods see us. Burns & Shugkrt. School shoes for toys and girls at low prices. , . Burns & Shugert. For sale, valuable Jefferson county farms; also town property, including some valuable buildinsr lots. Moore & Moore. Pure Whiskey HAKPER Perfect Whiskey HARPER Every bottle guar anteed Harper. Sold by Geo. W. Thom as, Charles Town, W. Va. The City Council held a special meeting Thursday nielit and grunted license to Mr. Hiram Carroll to sell spirituous liquors. He will open bar under the Carter House. OASTORtA. Bo&rs th. si The Kind You Hare Alnap Boutfit For the National Export Exposition, ' Philadelphia. Sept. 14 to Nov. 30, the N. & W. R'y will sell tickets from Charles Town, on Tuesdays and Thursdays of eaf h week, good for 30 days, (but not be yond Dec. 2,) at $7.5e. Dr. Tomlinson's DENTAL OFFICE, Coknkh or Charles and Libehtt S^kee- s> CHARLKSTOWN -O t " The Norfolk and Western depot at this place was entered Monday night of last week through a window by burglars, who blew open the safe in the office with dy namite. There was no money in the safe, but they carried off several express packages. HeadassBm Is often a warning that, the liver is torpid or inactive. More serious troubles may fcJlow. For a prompt, ellicient cure of Headache and all liver troubles, take While they rouse the liver, restore full, regular action of the bowels, they do not gripe or pain, do not irritate or inflame the internal organs, but have a positive tonic efTect. 25c. at all druggista or by mail of C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. DO YOU WANT TO At ARE ^300 ? We want a local manager, lady or gen tleman, in own town or county; 110 can vassing required. You can devote full or spare time; or evenings only, in connec tion with your regular vocation. #200 to $300 can be made before Christmas and it will require very little time. It is not necessary to have had experience. Send stamp for full particulars. Address, The Bell Company, Dept. B., Philadelphia, Pa. THE BOYS* PROTECTOR. For sale at the BALTIMORE JbARGAIk HOUSE. The proper school suit for the boy. Absolutely wear-proof. Mothers, tare money anil avoid needless work anil vvor.'y by cloth ing your boys in these celebrated suns. Sept. 5?4m. Heart Years "I am positive I would not be Irving' today but for your wonderful remedy, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I had heart dis ease four years and doctors failed to help me. When I be gan taking this remedy I was unfit for anything, but for six months I have felt perfectly well. Mrs. Martin Waldroff, E, Grand Forks, Minn. 99 DR. MILES' Heart Cure Is sold by all druggists on guarantee first bottle benefits or money back. Book on heart and nerves sent tree. Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. A SALE OF EXCELLENT CUSTOM TAILORED OVERCOATS. KERSEY OVERCOATS, HEAVY RIBBED CHEVIOT OVER COATS, PLAIN & HERRING BONE COVERT OVERCOATS. All these overcoats sire of strictly all wool fabrics, of fashionable cut, handsomely trimmed and lined, and finished in the perfection of the tailor's art. The smooth-faced overcoats are of standard Kerseys and so well tnode that any gentleman might be proud to wear 0113. Herring bone Covert and Fancy Cheviot overcoats are very fashionable, and the fabrics are both durable and wealher-prcof as well. You will not match these One garments for $12.00 at any store in this section. A special " trade chance " enables us to offer you choice of 100 coats at You should come and see them for yourself. If ycu buy one and af terward want to bring it baclc for any reason, do so, and- 3'our money will be refunded without a word. We are not afraid to let these coats stand strictly on their merits. To Clothe Your Boys Meathfully, tastefully and at the same time 00:10 nic ?!!?/. I>ri:i.r I lie in here. We si oiv one of the finest stocks of buys' elo h in the Siaie. M Up-to-date styles in Vestee Suits and Reefers fur the little fellow*, and all the Season's Choicest Styles for their big brothers. Will KABUL y The Leading* Clothier, Sadler Bl^ck. Great Fuel Saver. Girls often <ShiVer in bed, mornings, afraid to get up lecausc the room is so cold, when by using a NEW ERA RADIATOR Xtliey could be made comfortable by utiliz ing the heat now wasted up tho chimney The rich should have them. TIij cannot afford to do without them. Modern Ideal Heater. The most attractive, best made and cheapest, line of air-tight heaters offered to the trade. Will Warm a Room, in Five Minutes. Clauss Guaranteed Razors and Shears. Full line Poc-ket Knives, all war ranted. White and stag handled carvers, meat choppers and lard presses. GRAVITY CREAM SEPERATOR, Lap robes, horse blankets, currv combs and horse brushes, hardware, builders material, cement, terra cotta and fire clay pipe. C. IN. Coleman. Nov. 7. FALL ANNOUNCEMENT. NEW FALL DRESS GOODS in many new weaves and color ings. The largest assortment of Fine Black Dress Stuffs to select from. SILKS, VELVETS, TRIMMINGS, &C. EARLV AUTUMN MILLINERY in the Newest Shapes. LADIES',.MISSES'AND CHILDREN'S SHOES for fall wear. Our Special Line of School Shoes for Boys and GirU wa-ask your inspection. Some Bargains in Men's Douglas Shoes to close out. BURNS & SHUGERT. Anir. 29. Stop and Think I BEFORE YOU TURN YOUR DOLLAR LOOSE. Did you ever thiuk five minute3 where was the best place to huy Your Clothing, Your Furnishings, Your Shoes and Hats? Did it ever occur to you that the (Hagley's corner) was die place, and of course you'd like to know why? The almighty dollar is the dollar you spend with us, because wc give the greatest value for your money. It requires no head to sse the Bargains in our Fall and Winter stock of High Grade Goods. You can't go wrong when you buy from us, becasc we have only one way of doing business, and that is to give a dollar in good quality for a dollar of any man's money. Seeing is believing. Come and be conuinced. 23ALTO. BARGAIN HOUSE, (Hagley's Corner.) Oct. 24. MAX THEODOR,l'roi>. ASSORTMENT LARGER THAN EVER. -AT 1 .1 -IN Fall# Winter Jfovetties DItESS GOODS. SILKS. VELVETS. UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY, OEOVE8. BLANKETS. COMFORTS. ALSO A FULL ASSORTMENT OF OENiy KUKNISH1N08. l'MCES THE LOWEST. O.t. 17 M Palmbaum & Bro., Next to WutMiii House, Ctiarlo Town, W. Va. THE DIFFERJESTOE. S.iinc j)i;o|?Iu <i:) not l;k.; to l>e l.-ilkoil nbout. Wis tltf, an I. to ijivu you a ?oii I tain.; (<,r iJ )ing so. ?<? will endtaviir to perform some ri-ilicti loiH lliin-i-?. uomiliuneiii^ to-iay, anil ki-?-|? it. Hi) uiiiil Jjiid iry 1, IS!)'.). Watili I lie pitpuri ami our window for <;osip food. Dr. Bishop's Ccmp. Cough Syrup cures coaglis-ar.d ell-. 2- ccnrs. *" J. W. Kyle is agent for Morgan & Wright bicycle tires. See him for prices, j For exquisitely handsome pictures? meclalions, ongravings, etchings, etc.? go to Dr. Bishop's. When the State gets after the Sheriff he is compelled to get after the tax payer. Taxes must be paid. Wanted.?Old China, Bric-a-brac Rel ics, &c. 'Address John Trcblig, 9 North Howard street. Baltimore. If you want a man to run an engine or saw-mill, write?4?"J. W. Perks, Myers town, Jefferson county, W. Va. If kept continually funning a wafch 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. A full assortment of children's picture books at Dr. Bishop's drug store. Postage stamps and postal card* for sale by W. B. Davis. Market-House corner. Corn crushing and grinding, sawing, planing, and wire and picket fencc man ufactured by John A. Blake, at Rosclle Mill. Go to S. S. Dalgarn's for the finest raisins, currants, citron, prunes, evapo-. rated apples, dried peaches, lemons, ex tracts, and a large assortment of nuts. 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. Have you time to look at your watch ? Maybe you have time, but have the wrong time wheu you do look. If such is the case, don't swear, but bring your timepiece to Lewis. Prices always right.