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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON.
Caxnt.ni Tows, W. V*.. December 38,1899. Why Do You Suffer With your Ejee, when the aMlstance of a pair of ROCK CRYSTAL OR DIAMOND LRNSE, ?ill give you relief. We guarantee to fit or refnud the price. Large a^ortnieut. at C. W. BROWN'S. Oct. 80.1801. Optician and Jeweler. A MAN SHOD In apalr of our <3 00 and #8.60 .linos 1. well shod. His fbot-a will give him comfort and will answer every de mm<J for hard rerrlco. ? FOR THE LADIES, The correct ehapce. \iltli heavy Mice fur fall and wiater wear. OUR REPAIR SHOP J? la charge of a competent work man, and we do One repairing that U uncqualed. Men's FurnishingCoods Shirt., Collar, and Cuff., underwear, HtU, N.ckwear, Umbrella., Olovee, 4C" OTT BROTHERS. Local Miscellany. We must have money. Holiday goods at Dr. Bishop's. See Dr. John P. Bishop's holiday goods. Hosiery and underwear atPalmbauins". Fine perfumeries, soaps, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. __ Latest tints in stationery at Dr. Bishop's, x - ? A. G. Wytikoop sells farms and town properties. Blankets, comforts and bed spreads at Palmbaums'. See the'' Tiger " air-tight heating stove; at C. N. Coleman's. Table damask and towels, for the. holi days, at Palmbaums'. Kid gloves and. umbrellas, for the holi days, at Palmbaums". Wall buys beef hides, horse hides, sheep and lamb skins. If ' yoo want to sell your farm put it in A. G. Wynkoop's hauds. For ladies', men's and children's under wear, go to S.. H. Landis. A fine line of gents' night robes at the Baltimore Bargain House. Leather traveling cases?something very nice?at Dr. Bishop's. It you want fire, life, sick or accident lurance see A. G. Wynkoop. Toys and fancy novelties, suitable for holiday presents, at Palmbaums',-. Handkerchiefs and mufflers, large as sortment for the holidays, at Palmbaums'. Save one-half your fuel by using Roch ester Radiator, for sale by C. N. Coleman. x Nice line of notions just received by W. B. Davis, old postoffice room in market house. Make your hens lay more eggs by using " Magic Poultry Food," sold by Cooke & Phillips. b Sterling silver novelties, in letter seals, glove and shoe buttoners, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. ? ' This week you can purchase at Brown's jewelry store the most enormous article for 25 cents. At G. E. Hughes' you will find a new stock of queensware. glassware, lamps, ^kc., &c., &c. Sweet, Orr &Co.'s overalls, coats, &c., K large line jist received at Baltimore Bargain House. For exquisitely handsome pictures? medalions, engravings, etchings, etc.? go to Dr. Bishop's. If you have a fine or complicated watoh that needs attention, call on Lewis. Ex pert work at low prices. Mr. F. L. Beller is erecting a new porch in frfcnt of tli? Watson House. Mr. Beller also has the new dwelling for ? Misses Wilson and Dorsey up and under Toof. in Pain? In the Back? Then probably the kidneys. ( In the Ohoat? j Then probably the lungs. 4 in the Joints? ^ Then probably rheumatism. ^ No matter where it is, nor what kind; you need have it no longer. It my be an hour, a day, or s ? year old * must yield to Dr.Ayer's Cherry pectoral Immediately after applying it yon feel its soothing, wanning, strength ening power. It quiets congestion; draws out inflammation. It is a new plaster. A new combination of new remedies. Made after new methods. Entirely unlike any other plaster. Triumph of llodern Medical ?Hence. >' The Perfected Pikduct of years of Patient Toil. Placed oyer the chest it is a powerful aid to Avar's Cherry Pec toral in the treatment of all throat and long affectionX Placed over theBtomach, it stops nausea and \jmMng; over the bowels, it controMrampe and colic. Placed over theBnall of the back, it remove* al 1 coflestion from tho kidneyi and giKly strengthens weakness. ?_ For sale Business Locals. Red sea oil at Dal para's. Taxes must be paid at once. Mother's bread at Brown Bros*. Pay your taxes, says the sheriff. Men's fur gloves at Ott Brothers. Loose shredded cocoanut at Dalgarn's. Cotton grain sacks at Cooke & Philips'. Do you owe taxes? Pay up and save costs. $1,000 worth rubber boots and shoes at Ott Bros, Go to Dalgarn's for heavy duck coats, eum-lined. Coal hods, shovels and tongs at Q, N. Coleman's. Neckwear, gloves, hats and underwear at Ott Bros. Roller-tray trunks at the Baltimore Bargain House. Wheeler's "Cream Separator" on sale by Cf*N. Coleman. Fodder yarn, husking pins and gloves at -D. N. Coleman's. ~ - Mundell's school shoes for boys and girls at Ott Brothers'. Pictures framed and frames made to order at Dr. Bishop's. Big lot of men's, boys and youths' coarse boots at Ott Bros. Especially fine celluloid brush and comb sets at Dr. Bishop's. For the best $3.50 shoe for men try the " Walk Over," at Ott Bros. Dr. Bishop's Comp. Cough Syrup cures coughs and colds. 25 cents. A full assortment of children's picture books at Dr. Bishop's drug store. ? Stout's rubber boots, the only genuine snag proof boot, at Ott Brothers'. A new and attractive line of gents', un-' derwear at the Baltimore Bargain House. Postage stamps and postal cards for sale by W. B. Davis, Market-House corner. Cumberland hydraulic cement, terra cotta and fire-clay pipe at C. N.Coleman's. The sheriff will be compelled to collect taxes by legal process unless paid promptly. The best and nobbiest bicycle hose, pants, shoes, etc., at the Baltimore Bar gain House. Superfluous hair, moles, warts and other, facial blemishes removed by electricty' by Dr. J. P. Bishop. California silver prunes and other prunes at W. B. Davis, in old postoffice room in market house. Go to S. H. Landis' for dry goods. A large and complete line to select from. Prices as low as the lowest. , If you want a man to run an engine or saw-mill, write to J. W. Perks, Myers town, Jefferson county, W. Va. Blankets, comforts, counterpanes, flan nels of all kinds, bought at right prices and will bti sold low down,by S.H.Landis. Corn crushing and grinding, sawing, planing, and wire and picket fence man ufactured by John A. Blake, at Roselle Mill. How would you like to be the ice man, eh : I would rather wear a pair of those solid-gold cuff buttons which Brown, the jeweler,-sells for ?2.50. How about your mother ? Remember how she complaiaed of her eyes, and get her a pair of gold specks for Xmas. Brown, the jeweler, knows the glasses she requires. 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, dou't swear, but bring your timepiece to Lewis. Prices always right. 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. How about your daughter. Imagine how sweet she would smile should she receive one of those beautiful gold watches from Brown's jewelry store. Brown would certainly feel uncomfortable if she don't get it. He told her Santa would bring her one. Personal flention. Mrs. Zeph. Bane has ben ill, but is now better. Mr. Joseph Trapnell went to Baltimore this morning. Mr. H. O. Talbott went to Frederick City Wednesday. Mr. S. S. Dalgarn has been on'the in valid list for a few days. Miss Emma Brown visited friends in Washington City last week. Mrs. Julia Young has been quite ill, from the bursting of a blood vessel. Miss Laura Ferguson, of Gainsboro, Va., is visiting Mrs. -D. S. Hughes. Mrs. W. H. Travers and Miss Anna Riddle spent Wednesday in Washington. Hon. Jas. D. Butt, Commissioner in Bankruptcy, was in court here Tuesday. Mrs. Dr. G. F. Mason and Mrs. Col. B. D. Gibson spent Tuesday in Winches ter. Mr. M. Scott Weller and son Denver have returned from a business trip to Bal timore. Mrs. Wm. Riddleberger.of Martinsburg is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hough. Mr. Samuel Hickman, of Lovettsville, Va., visited hissister, Mrs. M, S. Michael, near Zoar. last week We were pleased to meet our former townsman Mr. W. M. Kain, of Clarke ? \r county, in town yesterday. Miss Julia Merchant has gone to Mar tinsburg to attend the marriage of her cousin, Miss Katie Merchant. Mr. A. B, Smith, Agent ot the Post Office Department, was in Charles Town Friday, Rooking after the Rural Delivery service here. Mr. A. W. Cramer, who has been spend ing the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Wright Denny, has gone to visit his daugh ter at Clarksville, Va. Mr. Alfred Burton, of Bolivar, has re turned from visiting friends in Alexandria, Va., and his son-in-law, Mr. Edgar Spon seller, at the hospital In Baltimore. Capt. George Baylor returned last night ?Jrom a visit to Hon. Wm. L. Wilson, at ington, Va. Mr. Wilson will leave Arizona the first of January, but we pleased to learn is at present much Church Items. * : Rev. Dr.JC. N. Campbell preached at Halltown Sunday afternoon. Bishop Gravatfc'preached in Zion P. E. Church Sunday morning and evening. Rey.C.E. Shaw pleached in Zion P. E. Church Sunday morning and evening. Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins will preach at Kabletown on Sunday, December 31, at 3 p. m. Rev. L. K. Milbourne preached his second anniversary sermon Sunday morning. Rev. Claude Hesser preached in the M. E. Church South here Sunday morning and night, The Baptist Sunday School entdrtain ment will be held on Wednesday even ing. Dec. 27. ? Rev. H, H. Kennedy assisted Rev. Mr. Hesser in a protracted meeting at Bruce town last week. The Halltown Sunday-school will have an entertaiement on Tuesday, December 26, at 6.30 p. m. The Presbyterian Sunday-school enter tainment will be held Wednesday evening of holiday week. The Metliodist'Sunday-school will hold their holiday entertainment on Thursday evening of next week. Services in St. James' CatholicChurch; Charles Town, on the 4th Sunday of each month, at 10:10 a. m. The Chistmas Offering exercises of Zion Episcopal Sunday-school will tie held on Sunday next, at 4 p. m. Rev. J. E. Triplett. of Elk Branch Presbyterian Church, has been conduct ing a series meetings in Geraidstown the past week. Rev. F. A. Strother will continue his meeting this week at Beulah. Eleven professions so far, and much interest manifested. The trustees of Jefferson Circuit, M. E. Church South, have purchased of Mr. A. G. Baker his attractive residence at Sum mit Point, for the piyjjj^^jof using the same for a parsonage. Rev. L. R. Milbourne will preach in the Baptist Church Sunday. Subject of the night service wil be "A great speech on the necessity of individual abstinence from all intoxicating liquors." The Presbyterian choir will during the holidays (Tuesday evening, 26th) render in the church the beautiful Oratorio of " Bethlehem," on which occasion a silver collection will be taken up for the benefit of choir fund. Summit Point Epworth League will meet Sunday, December 24, at 6 p.. m.? Leader Mr. Frank Gordon. Special music, solos and recitations, by Miss Maye Watson and others. Nineteen new members to be received. Sunday School entertainments on Jef ferson Circuit during Christmas week: At Leetown, Monday' 7 p. tn.; Oakland, Tuesday. 11 a. m,; Kableto%vn, Wednes day, 7 p. in.; Summit Point, Thursday, 7 p.m.; Middleway, Friday, 7 p.m. Public cordially invited. For sale, a Fireplac^ Heater. Apply at office of Moore & Moore. Mr. C. W. Taylor is painting the front of Mr. \V. S. Merchant's store and dwell lnK* . Mr. Geo. W. Marlow butchered thirty odd hogs last week that averaged about 260 lbs. The postoffice will be closed from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. on Christmas and New Year's Days. Fire plugs have deen placed on Wash ington street at West street and Mt. Parvo avenue. Our progressive farmer Mr. John C. Burns raised this year fourteen hundred barrels of corn. To replace the rapid inroads on our stock we are receiving daily new goods. Brown's Jewelry Store. If you owe us, please call and settle. If you have promised us wood or corn, please bring it in at once. Mrs. Geo. H. Flagg entertained the Amusement Club at her home on East Washington street Friday evening. Sheriff Baker left Monday ntglit for Moundsville with the three prisoners sen tenced to the penitentiary at the late term of court. As Represented. Ilardacre?Zeke answered an adver tisement what they said they'd sen .him a church organ for a dollar. Crawfoot?What did ho get? Hardacre?A sample copy of The New Light marked, "Tills Is the best church organ published."?Chicago News. GENTLY ON THE Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses the $ystem ^BITUAu constipation *me &cnvinc - mahtd ay royal baa ^bsoluieiyPure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome nor At HUOWQ pqwpct CO., new YORK. Public Sales. Tuesday, January a.?Personal Prop erty. by D. W. Raraey. Wednesday. Jan. 10.?Electric Light Plant, Planing Mill, etc., by B. D, Gib son and Jo Lane Stern, Trustees. ? ? ? Mr. Ogle Link, of Duffields, slaughtered a hog weighing 572 pounds. Our enterprising neighbors, Messrs, Moore & Moore, have favored us with handsome calendars, for which we re turn thanks, The town authorities are making an excellent improvement in the water-way at the intersection of Washington and Lawrence streets. Miss Ellen M. Lisle, well-known to nfany of our people, died at the home of her nephew, Capt. Lisle, in Philadelphia, on Sunday week?aged about ninety years. Henry Dumm has a fine array of holi !day goods?full shelves from which to select something for either old or young, big or little, and which will be sure to please in every case. Mr. Robert J WeirickandMissCoraF. Yates were married this morning at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. L. R. Mil bourne, and left by B. & O. train for an extended bridal tour. " ~a | Last summer we made purchases for December 15th delivery. They are here. Fearing the supply, would overreach the demand, we marked them at a price jto unload, at Brown's Jewelry Store. Mr. Marshall Burns will not only re ceive orders for coal, etc., at his new of fice on site of former Kennedy elevator, at Leetown crossing, but will have orders telephoned to him if left at the store of S. H. Landis. What nicer or more appropriate for a Christmas present (to those who have use for them) than a handsome buggy robe, driving whip, or some other of the nu merous articles of real value kept in stock by Mr. R. D. Shugert? THR MODERN not HER Has found that her little ones are im proved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need ot the laxative effect of a gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. The true remedy. Syrup of^Figs, is man ufactured by the California Figs Syrup Co. only. Farm For Rent.?I will rent my farm known as the Baugher farm, one mile west of Charles Town, to a desirable tenant, for money rent. Call at my mother's residence in Charles Town Dec. 27th and give me your proposition, or write me as follows: Frank H. Dukesmith, 44 Pickering Bldg., Cincinnati, O. Harvey's ladies' and gentlemen's oys ter saloons and restaurants, ioiOPa. Ave, ?N. W., Washington, D. C., are advertised in this paper. In the capital city the name of Geo. W. Harvey is as a household word. He is the originator of steamed oysters, and in this line he beats the world. For the best oysters, game ijnd all kinds of good things everybody goes to Harvey's, and everybody is pleased. GONB, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN, Jn loving remembrance of ESTELL FIN NELL, who died Dec. Otb, 1897. Just two years ago to-day. And sadly we remember well, Since Jesus called our sister home. In Paradise, with him to dwell. 8ad and lonely has been the house, Since our dean sister died; But it we put our trust in the b'aViour, We'll meet'her by and by. Dear sister how we miss thee. And thy loss we deeply feel; But 'tis God who has bereft us, He can all our sorrow's heal. Wbitten by Her Sistebs. 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 Hag'ey building (a few doors from Racket store) about April ist. 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 countcract 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 the past, the same courteous and liberal treatment, and last, but not least, a perfect fit. Yours' &c., C. E. Rf.inincer. At the New York Racket Store is the place to buv Your Xmnn candies, nutc, toys, faucy glassware and all kinds of Xtnas presents. We keep a full strck of all kinds of c-oods suitable fcr pres ents; all kinds of toys dolls, fancy gas kets, picture bookM,"bibles, pfctu resale tnre frames, cup4 and saucers, plates, shaving mugs lan? y tflafcsware, hand kercuiels, doilies towels, napki s. table covers, lap robes, urcnrfllas, bugiry whip*. blankets, bed spreads, ellver pla ted tf.ble knives and forks. spoon, hair brushes, fancy combs, box paper and envel' p s, mi? ro s, ladies clokes, capes, skirts, underskirts. 1-idits hats, frather boas. liUifTy, fur collaretts, mens* sus penders. ail kinds of dress goods, coi st-ts,cl(cks, watches, rinirs, beltbueV o's. l-ins, brace t?ts and all kinds or ??welry j a big strck or lac i' s gents and children* hoes, liosery, underwear. valiese?, pocket bcods, sewing achines ma cbinfp, a perfect. s?> hi ner machine for $1(0; the l?e>t sewing machines, $1600, $19.0U and the drop, taps $20 00; you can't j fail to tind * sirtable prtse t in our mammo'li stores as w*e keep all kinds of no matter what you want we have it, if you d' n tsee what you waut ajk for it; our stock is nearly as large as all the other stores combined and our prices are nearly half what ? thers ask for Xmar goods. If you buy your presents Jrotn us ycu can get a present for every one of the family for a very little J money, Don't put t ff ouying your goods till a day or two before Xtnas as ; yre will be rushed rnsked tfcen aud may not oe able to wait on v^u then J. W.Co Books As Presents. Every year the people are turning more and more to books lor presents at Christ mas. This is a healthy intellectual indica tion, and now when good standard books are so cheap everybody can afford to give them. Beard, the stationer, is showing a magnificent line this year, and it will pay you to call and look the line over. It he doesn't have what you want he can get it for you in two days. The line of 25c Handy Volume books is simply ex quisite and contains many new titles this year. Both the Stationery and Grocery are packed with goods for Xmas and you will no doubt find what you want there. For tabic linen, towels, sheeting, cot tons, canton flannel. &c? see Landis. Just received a car load of salt, to be sold at low figures. Marshall Burns. For raisins, currants, citron, oranges, lemons, candies, nuts, grapes, &c? go to G. E. Hughes. Just received nice hominy.buckwheat, corn meal and salt, by W. B. Davis, old postoffice corner in market house. We are receiving new furniture, con sisting of fancy rockers, tables, chairs, chamber suits, &c. Call and see. G. E. Huohes, Mr. Joseph L, Grantham died on Sun day last, at his home on the Opequon near Middleway, in the 62d year of his age. Two brothers, Messrs. John S. and Wra. J. Grantham, of this county, sur vive him. HARPER Whiskey is rapidly becom ing the national beverage. It's the one thing all parties agree upon. Republi cans, Democrats, Populists. Even the "knownothing" party knows one thing; themeritsof HARPER Whiskey. Sold by Geo. W. Thomas, Charles Town, W. Va. The array of holiday goods at Dr. John P. Bishop's pretty drug store is something especially attractive, and well worthy of an examination. The stock includes a choice line of fancy articles, perfumeries soaps, stationery, books, toys, etc., in vari ety, and at prices that will make them sell. Hebrews and Pish. Concerning the alleged fondness of the Jews for fish. The American Hebrew says: "In the middle ages the Jews, for the most part, denied their religion to those about them and practiced it in secret Openly they lived a Christian life apparently?they had to. if they would exist?and as those about them abstained from meat on Friday they perforce"did likewise and partook large ly of sea food, which the Jewish house wife learned to prepare to perfection. The nse of iish on Friday became a cus tom with them. and. like other ingrain ed customs, was kept np when the mov ing cause had long passed away." Headache Is often n warning tlint the liver Is torpid or inactive. More serious troubles may follow. For a prompt, efficient cure of Headache and all liver troubles, take Hood's Pslfs While they rouse the liver, restore full, regular action of the bowels, they do not gripe or pain, do not (rritate or inflame the internal organs, but have a positive tonic effect. 25c. at all druggists or by mall of C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. BOYISH PRANKS. Boys get into all kinds of nilechlef, bat rid ing a grindstone is the latest prnnk on rec ord. There need be no fear of difarter, how ever, when School 8ults are bought at the BALTIMORE BARGAIN HOUSE. Sept. 5? 4m. Heart Disease 4- Years. f I am positive I would not be Irvine 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 Mr*. Martin Waldroff, E. Grand Forks, Minn, DR. MILES' Heart Cure Is sold by *11 druKgUU on fiuutn JMMwJo bonefita or money, back. Boole on heart and nerrea sent bee. ^ ?? K 1 a a HOTS TO HOLIDAY SIINI'runs. AN OVERCOAT makes a useful and very desirable present. The holiday shopper will find our slock o"f overgarments complete in every respecT We are shoeing an Elegant Assortment of Top Coats in Coverts, Kerseys and Meltons. These coats are made with broad French facings and strap seams, and are perfect filling. YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION is directed to our Great Stock of Boys' and Children's Overcoats?one of the Finest in the Stale. The line embraces the Very Latest Novelties in Cape Overcoats, Box Coverts and Jtecfers. ' ^ Great Men's Heads. It is said that the Hod. W. E. Gladstone required a hat of the size 7?, exactly Lord Macauley's measurement. Prince of Wales wears a No 7, and Charles Dickens 7$. His hat wo^ld have been too small for Thackery by half an inch. We could have fitted anv of these illustrious heads from our great assortment of hats, and can fit your's too. Come and see. Our Furnishing Goods Deparlment has been replenished with the Very Choicest Novelties in Gloves, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, &c. A special feature of this depart ment is our elegant display of Fancy Shirts in new and novel effects. (See Window.) m. Km ? r.?nr1ina? nilhiPr sJiap ?lnnlr TO ENUMERATE OUR ASSORTMENT Wotl'd require occaua of time, as we havo selected <?ur stock wlilt Spaiil Parns and much G*relt>l Consideration, atup are proud to say we have inclnded SOMETHING REALLY DESIRABLE for every individual. Have marked EACH ABTICLE A3 LOW AS POSSIBLE. It will be our great pleasure t? show you. All purchases madu early- we keep for you uq til Christinas. Orders for HOLIDAY FRUIT CAKES will have eauio attention &s iu fcruier year*. CANDY, Strictly Pure and Fresh. Assuring you extra endeavor will be made to please, we ho4 e to see you call. BROWN BJtOS. Nov. 38. Established 185S. Successor to H. D. Shugurt & Bro. V R. D. SHUGERT, Manufacturer of and Dealer In Harness, Saddles, Collars LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS. Jobber in Sadler's Hardware. WHIPS, FLY NETS, FUU AND PLUSH LAP ROBES. HORSE BLANKETS. If you waut the Best Harness Oil corao aud try the Diamond Black Leather Oil. I keep ill stock the Pure Ncatsfoot Oil. I have the agency for the Wilbur Seed Meal, for lionet. Cattle. Hogs, Sliecp aud Poultry. It Is good ? or liog cho'cra. Wilbur Egg Food makes the hsus lav. 1 have the county right of the Lightning Harness Hooker. Come aud see it. It is the best safety uttacbuiont out for Harness. I pay the Highest Market Cash Prices, all the year, for Beef Hides, Horse Hid?s, Calf Skins, Sheep Skins and Fur Skins of all kinds. Mail o ders solicited. Prompt attention to all correspondence. K. D. SHUGEUT, Dec. 13, 189 *. Charles Town, W. Vi. GO TO IiENRY DUMM'S IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR HOLIDAY SUPPLIES. Old Kris has been there, and left upon his shelves something for everybody? Newest and Best Toys For Girls and Boys, in iuduite variety and ereeeding beauty, with Cakes,Candies, Nuts, Etc. of the best sorts* ami at'rflfprTsingly low prices. Come and be convinced thattb * is the headquarters of Old Kris beyond per ad ven ture. OYSTERS BY THE PINT, QUART 015 GALLON. Dcc, 13. NEW BARBER SHOP, IN REAK OF WATSON HOUSE. I take this method of informing' the public that I have opo.ied a BAR3ER SHOP 111 reur of Hotel Watson, and guaranton FIRST-CLASS WORK and polite attention. Hoping to recolvc a ?hare of the public patronage, I remain most respectfully, James H. Thompson. Nov. 21 PHOTOGRAPHS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS, CRAYONS, WATER COLOR8, FRAMES, ETC., AT H. B. FUNK & CO.'S BISHOP BUILDING, Charles Town, W. Va. Nov. 23. LOOK AND LIVE ! DRS. W. J. WHITLOCK AND NEPHEW, HERB PHYSICIANS. Manufacturers of Nat ore's Great Herbal Bern* edits for all acnte and chronic diseases. Spo cial attention given to the treatment of Rheu matism, Scrofula, Catarrh. Dyspepsia and all Diseases arising from a vitiated state of the blood, Including Cancer, the jtrcat destroyer of mankind. Poison Is not good for men, * women and children; neither the knife for cancer; they cannotcnre. A rid re*# all letters to DRS. W. J. WHITLOCK A NEPHEW, July ]&-6<n. Winchester, Va. REAL ESTATE. FOR kknt: Large Hall and Rooms over Max Theodore's store, cheap. Office Room and Storage Id McKnigbt Fac tory. Hiable?Four Stalls, Large Mow and Yard. Four Small Dwellings, 3 to 7 rooms. FOR 8 LE. Thirteen Dw filings, all tlzes. Eight Fine Lot*, centrally located. Two Lots In soburb?, % and 1 acre. Three Secoo<l-Hand Stoves. GEO. H. IIAOLEY. Farm for Sale. For f-ale, privately, a farm of 167 acres, near Hulltown. .Jcfu-riw.n connty.W. Va.. Ilaa on it a commodious and comfortable dwelling, (tabling and ni-ce?*ary outbuilding*. Four teen acre* ol Timber. Located on a good turnpike,and convenient to railroad,cbnrcbes and schools, with mail terved by Rural Dcliv cry. Farm very desirable. Further particn Iar9 uiven on application at the Nov. 21?tf. SPIRIT OFFICE. "tOAL OIL WICKS, all rizet. for ??l? by J E18TEKDAY & CO.. Joly 4. B. Charle* St.