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i_h.iki.is Town. W. Va.. Ai-kil. 17, 1S00. SPRING ARRIVALS. ^ Our Spring Stock is now coining iu. Shoe? art; higher, but we will liavc them at old pf?ccs. Iti our stock wc have several grades, but the more yo pay the better you get. We lravc- tried to jret- Ikofl: that have real solid merltln tlifin, made of <?ood leather and well jui together. Flout) of Styles, too ^ Ladies* Low Shoes 50c. to $3.50. * Ladies* High Shoes 7He. to 4.00. Men's Shoes $1.00 to 5.00. Boys' Shoes 75 to 3.00. Hisses' Shoes 75 to 2.50. Children's Shoes 25 to 1.00. Buy the kicd we recommend and we will mei.d ti e rips for you. One price, aud that the lowest, OTT BROTHERS. Local Miscellany. Lawn grass seed at C. N. Coleman's. Do you owe taxes ? Pay up and save costs. Kahn's spring suits are captivating in style. A full line of paints, oils, etc., at Neill's drug store. A. G. Wynkoop sells farms and town properties. Use Scluilte's giuger ale and bottled soda waters. Ready-made shirtwaists, by M. Palm ?baum & Bro. Umbrellas & parasols by M. Palm ban m t& Bro. Get your garden seed (Burpee's) from ? C. N. Coleman. Improvements to the Carter House are in contemplation. Bringvourbacon, lard, potatoes.butter, A eggs, &c? to Landis. Silks, madras, ginghams, lawns, organ dies ? &c., see Landis. Air. C. W. Taylor is painting the house of ilr. Joseph Trapnell. Dotted swiss, scrinim, silkalines, etc., for curtains, see Landis. % If you want to sell vour farm put it in A. G. AVynkoop's hands. 500 pairs men's and boys' coarse shoes at old prices at Ott Bros. 0^ ICalin's spring suits bear the stamp of good taste and refinement. Wall will six p all kinds of live stock May 7, at 15 O stock yards. It you want fire, life, sick or accident insurance see A. G. Wynkoop. Wall will load several cars of live stock Monday April, 16, at B & O yards. Your spring suit will be correct in every detail if it comes from Kahn's. Do not forget Max Theodore's mea's fine shoes from $1.00 to S4.50 a pair. 'A handsome new awning has been erected in front of tfce store of Ott Bros. Forty-four tickets to Washington were * - sold at the B. & O. station here Thursday. Prescrptions carefully compounded by a competent druggist at Neill's drug store. Hats, shirts, underwear, gloves, collars, cults, umbrellas and neckwear, at Ott Bros. Big line of ladies' shoes and Oxfords, all new and up-to-date styles, now ready at Ott Bros. For the Deering roller and ball bear ing light draft binders and mowers go to N. Coleman. Persion lawn,India linens, nainsooks, apronette, dimity, long cloth, cheap as ever before at Landis*. The Eastern Underwriters' Association met at the ofnee of Moore & Moore in this place last Thursday. ? Messrs. Wooddy& Baker have relaid the east crossing over Washington street at its intersection with Lawrence. The telephone line between Charles Town and Harper's Ferry has reached Hall town, Mr. Hale, the energetic man ager, is pushing the work. We will now soon be in telephone communication with every point in the county. You know all about it. The rush, the worry, the exhaustion. You go about with a great weight resting upon r you. You can't throw off this feeling. You are a.slave to your work. Sleep) fails, and you are on the verge of nervous exhaustion. What is to be done? i-j Take fcJ sarcaparilia For fifty years it hes been lifting up the dis couraged, giving rest to the overworked, and bringing refreshing sleep to the depressed. No other Sarsaparilla approaches it. In .age and in cures, "Ayer's" is "the leader of them all." It was old before other sarsaparillas were born. S1.00 a to'.ile. All druuists. Ayer's Pills aid the ac tion of Ayer's Sarsapa rilla. They cure bilious ness. 25 cU. a box. ?' I hare aged Ayer's medfcJnee for more than 40 5 ears and have said from the very start that you made the best medicines in the world. I am sure your Sarsaparilla saved my life when I lirst took it 40 years ago. I am now past 70 and am never without your medicines." Fkank Thomas, P. Mm Jan. -i, lbirj. Er.on, Kansas. Write iho Doctor* If von have nny complaint whatever and desire tlio l?c*t medical advice you cau possibly receive, write the doctor f ecly. You will receive a prompt re ply# without cost. Address. Dr.. J. C. AYER, Lowell. Ma?s. Personal ilention. Mr, Rumsey Smithson is quite sick. Rev. J. II. Wolff was in town Friday. Mr. C. T. Shugert 'has been on the sick list. Miss Emma Coleman is visiting friends in Baltimore. Mrs. T. H. Bates is visiting friends in Philadelphia. Hon. A. Moore, Jr., of Berryville, was in town Friday. Miss Addio Sites is visiting relatives in Washington City. Miss Mary Alexander is visiting friends in Wilmington, Del. Capt. W. B. Colston, of Martinsburg, was in town Thursday. M r. Louis Diehl made a business trip t,o Martinsburg Friday. Capt. George Baylor has been confined to the house by sickness. We regret to announce that Editor W. W. B. Gallahcr is quite ill. Miss Daisy Sheetzis home from teach ing school at Swoope's Va. Miss Annie E. Ramey has been visiting friends in Washington City. Col. B. D. Gibson made a busines trip to Sheplierdstown yesterday, Mrs. John G. Elliott, of Hagerstown.is visiting her parents in this place. Mrs. Marshall Rohr, of Washington City, is visiting her relatives heie. Miss Rebecca Woods, of Martinsburg, is the guest of Miss Bettie Sublette. Cleon Moore. Esq., visited Martinsburg Wednesday, on professional business. Mr. Preston Hopkins left Tuesday on a business trip up through New York. Miss Hallic Alexander has gone to Lexington, Va., to visit Miss Mary L. Wilson. Mr. Paca Kennedy has been at home from Alexandria, Va., for the Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Clipphave gone to spend a few days' with Mr. C.'s brother in Maryland. Mr, M. Palmbaum has been spending a few days with friends in Winston Saleitf N. C. Mrs. Melvin, of Baltimore, is visiting licr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brenneman, near Rippon. Mr. Rasset W. Mitchell, of New York City, is with his mother and sisters at 44 Mordin.scton." Misses Clara Bolingerand Etta Beeler, of Hagerstown, spent Easter with Mrs. M. E. Bolinger. Mr. D. Weil, of Martinsburg, spent several days last week with his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Kahu. Mr. Braxton Davenport, of Cleveland, Oiiio, is visiting the parental home, 41 Al toua," near town. MissOrra Tomliuson has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. L. C. Strider, in Washington City. Miss Lillie Steward, of Halltown, has been visiting the family of Mr. S. M. CHdd. at 4t Grassma." Maj, Samuel Walton, of Falls Mills, Va., is with bis wife at '?Paradise," the Fouke home in this place. Mrs. Whittington, of Alberton, Md., is visiting'friends in town. We understand she will again make this her home. Mrs. Mary Margaret Moore and her daughter. Miss Lila, went to Washington to be present at the Conference sessions. Mr. C. R. K. Varner. formerly teacher at the Male Academy here, now of Lex iton, Va.. has been on a visit to friends here. Miss Edith Kemp, of Harpers Ferry, has returned from a mouth's visit to her brother, Mr. D. Kemp, of Zanesville, Ohio. Mr. J. D. Billmver, of Shepherdstown, sheriffalty candidate, is in town and gave the Spirit office a pleasant call this morning. Miss Brent Kemp, of Knoxville, Md., who spent a few days with her cousin. Miss Bertie McLaughlin, returned home yesterday. Miss Edith Moler, of Uvilla vicinity, has entered the store of Messrs. Burns & Shugert, and will assist in the millinery department. Miss Kate Turner has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. C. Strider, in Wash ington City, and attending the Confer ence sessions. Mrs. Thompson Brown, of Bedford county, Va., and Miss Virginia Tucker, of Philadelphia, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Forrest W. Brown. Mr. Abner O. Albin is home from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, and during the vacation will reriiaiu with Dr. Jphn P. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Briscoe will remove to Front Royal about the first of May and take charge of the leading hotel in that place. We wish them much success. Mr. B. F. Hughes, brother of Messrs. D. S. and G. E. Hughes of this place, is one of the Democracic nominees for councilman in the city of Staunton, Va. Mr. W. P. Heiskell, of Wheeling, at tended the funeral of his brother, Capt. Henry Lee Heiskell, in this place, last Saturday, and was the guest of his uncle, Col. John T. Gibson. Just before going to press we received a call from Brother John H. Zittle, of Shepherdstown, an old newspaper man whose genial countenance we are pleased to have grace our sanctum with frequent visits. Mr. Chas. B. Alexander, of Clarksburg, was in town the early part of last week, and left Tuesday evening, in company with his brother, Mr. R. W. Alexander, on a business trip to the southern part ot the State. M S3 Nannie Richardson has returned home from Saranae Lake, N. V., where she has spent some months past. Her many friends will be pleased to learn that she has greatly improved in health. She was accompanied by her brother. Mr. Forrest Richardson, of Omaha, Neb. Messrs. Charles and Campbell M. Worthington have been spending a few days with their brother-in-law Dr. R. E. ? Venning. The former is connected with ; the Carnegie Steel Company, of Pitts burg, Pa., in the capacity ot structural , engineer. The latter, who at one time resided in Charles Town, has been prac ticing law in Baltimore, but expects to i leave for Parral, Mexico, in a few days. Bible Society fleeting. A meeting of the Charles Town Aux iliary to the American Bible Society will be held in the Presbyterian church on Sunday, April 29, 1900, at 8 p. m. Ad dresses will be delivered and a collection for the Bible couse will be taken up. Members of all denominations invited to attend. We return thanks to Joseph Trapnell, Esq., fora number of late western papers Mr. Wm. J. Grantham, a well known citizen of the Middleway vicinity, died March 31, at an advanced age. - 1 have 2 very desirable lots to rent for garden purposes. Will rent for the sea son for cash oqly. C. F. Wai.l. Mr. W, M. Boxwcll is erecting an ad dition to and otherwise improving the residence of Mr. Jno. P. Gorman. Mr. M, I?. Bolinger announces that a phone is to be putin UieN. & W. Station at this place, for the benefit of the travel ing public. Mr. Jos. V- Watters, East Liberty street, (rear of Presbyterian church,) has the best varieties of all kinds of plants for sale. See advertisement. Mr. James II. Fritts has. through the real estate agency of M r. A. G. Wynkoop, purchased the Benner property near the B. & O. depot. Consideration $3oo. Drums and fifes have been received and the Independent Fire Company will or ganize a drum corps, Messrs. C. W. Tay lor and Joseph Fidiuger officiating as instructors. Dr. Jul a 1 A. Hutchinson, a former resident ot Charles Town and during the Civil War a gallant member of Co. B. 12th Va. Cavalry, died in Atlanta, Ga., on Monday of hist week. The members of the CharlesTownBand purpose holding a fair on Memorial Day and several days preceding. Proceeds for the purpose of liquidating the debt on their new instruments. Mr. Milton Rouss, son of Capt. Milton Rouss, and Miss Margaret Osburn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Osburn, of Kabletown. this county, were married on Saturday, April 7, in Washington, D. C. Wanted?Families in which there are several boys and girls over 15 years of age who are willing to work in factories, to remove to Greenfield, Ohio. Reference required. Address E. L. McClain M'f'g Co Greenfield, Ohio. Real estate, while the latest to feel the effect of improved conditions, responds at last. Messrs. Brown and Beckwith, trustees for a syndicate, have sold to R. L. Bowler two lots near the western boundary of'the town at S70.00 each, and have the prospect of further sales. Rev. Robert S. Couplaiul was called to Williamsburg, Va., on Monday of last week, on account of the serious illsess of his brother-in-law; consequently the ser vices in Zion Church were not held on Monday and Tuesday. Lay Reader David! llowell conducted services in the Parish House Wednesday night. Our deserving" colored townsman Mr. Peter Brooks advertises groceries and other goods in this issue. Peter is reliable, trustworthy man, and has by prudence, politeness and liberality built up a nice little business at his George street store, just in rear of the jail. He is a worthy citizen, and we cheerfully commend him to public favor. Intelligence was received here Satur day of the sudden death, in Staunton, Va., of Mr. H. D. Middlekauff. a well-known former citizen of this place. The deceased was aged 68 years, and was during the Civil War a sergeant in Co. G, (Botts Grays,) 2d Va. Infantry, Stonewall Bri gade. lie is survived by his widow and three children, Mrs. H. B. Debring. of Frederick, Md., and H. B. and R. L. Middlekauff, of Staunton, Va. The congregation of St. James' African Protestant Episcopal Church, in Balti more, has presented to St. Philips' Colored Episcopal Mission Church here a hand some oak altar, which was used on Easter Sunday for the first time. It is presented in memory of Bishop Peterkin's father, the late Rev. Dr. Joshua Peterkin, the first southern white man to become a rec tor of the Colored Episcopal Church, who was the first rector of St. James' Church in Baltimore. Mr. L. N. Roetting, in the employ of Messrs. Brown Bros, of this place, saw the Passion Play in the fall of 18S0, and speaks glowingly of it. People ot every nation flock to the little village of Ober ammergan, in the Bavarian Alps, to see the play, which is rendered once every ten years, and which will be played again this fall. Oberammergan is easily reached by rail from Munich, the city of arts. Mr. Roetting is a nataive of the city of Wuerzburg, in Bavaria, where his parents and sisters still reside. j Our enterprising and popular mer chants Messrs. Burns & Shugert had their I opening of spring millinery last Thurs day and Friday, and visitors to thcirhand some establishment were numerous. The I display of beautiful articles?from a de cided "love of a bonnet" to the most | delicate bud or flower?was exceedingly I clabrate and tasteful, and received many favorable comments. MissTrench. ! their popular milliner from Armstrong, | Cator & Co.'s for several seasons past, is 1 again at her post, prepared to fill orders ! neatly and promptly, to the satisfaction j of her many lady friends. Mr. J. W. Coflman, the indefatigable j proprietor of the Twin Racket Stores, is making extensive changes and improve ments. Messrs. Chas. H. Grim and G. W. Deliinger have been for some cay; j busily engaged upon the carpenter work | Fine new plate glass show windows have j been put in the south store-room, the front 1 of which will be used exclusively for ! ; shoes, and the rear tor millinery ; whilst the upper floor of the main room will be ' devoted to matting and carpets. At the comer the room has been greaty enlarged and ceiling raised, and a correspondingly higher glass front will be put in, and I this store devoted to groceries and hard I ware. We congratulate Mr. Coffman up ' on these improvements, and have no doubt they will bring him handsome I returns for the amount invested. Royal s Absolutely Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROYAL BAKmQ POWOCW CO., HEW VOWK. Public Sales. Friday, April 27.?Personal Property, by Mrs. Elizabeth C. Flagg. Wednesday, May 9.?Personal Prop erty, by Forrest W. Brown, Adm'r of Mary S. Spotts. Wednesday, May 9.?Becker Fruit Farms and Personal Property, by A. W. McDonald, Joseph Trnpnell, J. F. Engle and F/Beckwith, Sp'l Com'rs. Thursday, May 10.?Valuable J ^fferson Co. Farm, by Heirs of Rebccca Hunter. Friday, May ii.?Town Lots, by A. W. McDonald, Joseph Trapnell, J. F. Engle and F. Beckwith, Sp'l Com'rs. Tuesday, May 15.,?Farm of the late Thos. E. Woodward, by H. T. Miley, Ex'r. Shining Light leather preserver makes leather water proof. C. N. Coleman. " Burpee's" Seed that Grow, for 1900, now on sale at C. N. Coleman's. I have pure Montouk Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching, for sale. M. Ii. Bolinger. The well-dressed man naturally looks to this store for his spring suit. Kahn's. Sadler Block. Wc clothe the boy to make him a friend of the store when he becomes the man. Kahn's, Sadler Block. Schloss Bros. & Co.'s tailor-made clothing sold by Max Theodore, Hagley Cor. Also Sweet, Orr & Co.'s pants and overalls. HARPER Whiskey is liquid music, bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, refreshing and delicious. Sold by Geo. W. Thomas, Charles 1 own, W. Va. The close of the Lenten season was marked by a particularly bright Easter, and our churches were all well filled on Sunday, with the pretty Easter bonnets much in evidence. At the annual meeting of the Lawson Botts Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy, last Thursday, the follow ing officers were elected: President, Mrs. Margaret Aisquith; vice-president. Mrs. David Howell; treasurer. Miss Iiannah Howell; secretary, Mrs. C. N. Coleman, We are showing an extensive stock of boys' and children's suits in the latest spring styles. The patterns are very at tractive. and prices extremely moderate. These suits are of the celebrated 11 Mrs. Hopkins" make, which is a jjuarantee of their excellence, Wm. Kahn, Sadler Block. Our enterprising friend Mr. Max Theo dore,at Hagley's corner, is getting things in shape for a large spring and summer trade. His recently enlarged store-room is literally crammed and packed with a large and elegant selection of goods, including the nicest and most stylish men's and boys* suits, nobbiest hats, best up-to-date men.s, ladies, and children's shoes, with men's furnishings, under wear, notions, etc. Mr. Theodore and his clever assistant, Mr. Wm. Theodore, have made a tasteful arrangement of their goods in all departments, have a full and complete stock, and will sell you bargains and good articles in every line. Give them a call and prove the truth of our assertion. Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dizziness, Indicate that your liver Is out of order. The best medicine to rouso the liver and cure all these ills, is found In Hood's Pifls 25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. I just returned f rom the eastern c?t?es lasi week where I purchased the larg< st stock of soring and summer poods that was ever brought to Charles Town; we have th?m all open and ready lor your inspection, our new millinery depart ment is on first llnor in rear of oast room where we have the larirest and finest display of hats, flowers, ribbons. cbir fons, silk8, ornaments, etc., outside of any of the large cities. We have the larpest and most varied assortment of ladies hats thai yr u will see any where from the olieaj e.-t to the befct and our prices will be cheeper this season than ever before; we have a verv largt* stick of men's, ladies and rhildrens shoes and all at the same price as last year notwithstanding that nearly all* slice dealers have had t> advance the price of their shoes 10 ?o 25c per pair; our new shoo room is not completed yet but we bavo nearly alt of our shoes in, and can give you any price ladies shoe from 75:: to |3 00; we guarantee to giv? you the best $175 and $l..r0 shoe you evei saw, guaranteed to be strictly solid tliough out; our stock of wall paper is the larg est aud best assorted we ever carried; over 200 syles to select; fro ; wo st 11 have lo*s'of nice styles at 6c per roll; we invite 3*011 to call and examine oui gocds no matter what \ou vant we keep everythirg. J. W. Coffman. The most famous, sublime and world renowned exhibition ever produced,-'The Passion Flay," of Oberammergan, wilj be given in Washington Hall, Thursday evening, April 26, under the auspices of the Independent Fire Company. This wonderful presentation is a perfect repro duction from the original Oberammergan version as celebrated by the villagers of the Bavarian highlands, Germany, every tenth year, showing over one mile of moving pictures of the cross and the life of our Lord, from his birth to his ascen sion, in wonderful life realism, completely averting the heretofore dazzling effect, through the aid of a powerful electrical current, provided by the City Electric Light Company, which controls the ap paratus. giving life, motion and realism to the exhibition. You will witness with your eyes what hym?, sermons and epic have made sublime the world around.? Thos. A. Edison's marvelous invention, the 1900 model projectoscope, will ba used i in this master presentation. The rates I are within recch of all. Children under ! twelve years, 15c.; adults, 25c.; reserved seats, 35c., now on sale at Light's drug tore. Saq jre yours before ths'rush. Wall Paper versus Whitewash. The day for whitewashing rooms is rapidly coming to an end. This is due to the fact that wall paper has become so cheap that everybody can afford to paper their rooms. Peard, the stationer, tells us that he has already sold more paper this spring than he previously sold in twice the time. This may be due to the fact that he is dispensing such handsome papers at such low prices. Anyway it is worth your while to look at his stock and compare prices if you are thinking pa pering any thisspring. Prices range from five cents up. Business Locals. Red sea oil at Dalfarn's. Pay your taxes, says the sheriff. Go to Dalgarn's for heavy duck coats, gum-lined. Men's stitchdown shoes at old price (?i.oo) at Ott Bros. Pictures trained and frames made to order at Dr. Bishop's. Dr. Bishop s Conip. Cough Syrup cures coughs and colds. 25 cents. "The Monarch Shirt," white and fancy, the kind that fit, at Ott Bros. For fine stationery, perfumeries, toilet articles, etc., go to Neills drug store. The " Walk Over " shoe, the best S3.50 shoe, ten styles for men, at Ott Bros. Penny photos at II. B. Funk & Co.'s for a short while. Cabinets !?i per doz. Postage stamps and postal cards for sale by ^ ? B. Davis, Market-House corner. Aisquith's Sarsaparilla, a blood purifier, ?100 doses for 50 cents?at NetU's drug store. Nice line of notions just received by W. B. Davis, old postoffice room in' market house. W. L. Douglasshoes for men, boys and youths, the kind that wear, old prices, at Ott Bros. Use Vichy for your table water, and enjoy good health. Chas. 12. Schulte puts up the very best; Superfluous hair, moles, warts and other facial blemishes removed by electricty by Dr. J. P. Bishop. California silver prunes and other primes at W. B. Davis, in old postoffice room in market house. If you have a fine or complicated watch that needs attention, call on Lewis. Ex pert work at low prices. A full supply of fresh garden seeds of all kinds at Dr. Wm. Neill's drug store, (Aisquith & Co.'s eld stand). Ladies shoes from $1.00 to ?4.00 a pair, and low shoes from 45c to S3.00 a pair at Max Theodore's, Hagley Cor. Kahn s Leading Clothing House is be ing stocked to its capacity with stylish spring clothing for men and boys, Kahn's Leading Clothing House is be ing stocked to its capacity with stylish spring clothing for men and boys. Will continue the preparation of Ais quith's White Pine and Tar and Head ache Tabletsat Neill's drug store. For the best soft drinks and mineral waters, for family or table use, go to Chas. E. Scliulte's new bottling works, " High Art " clothing is in a class of its own. Kahn, Sadler block, has the exclusive sale of'these famous garments. Root beer and sarsaparilla, refreshing spring drinks, put up by the Charles Town Bottling works,Chas. Schulte, prop. Received by M. Palmbaum & Bro., a large selection newest styles dress goods, silks, trimmings, &c. Prices to suit the peopie. Max Theodore cordially invites you all to come and inspect his new and up-to date line of clothing, shoes, hats and gent's furnishings. For Sale?a good second-hand four horse wagon?4-inch tread, as good as new. Apply to John H. Hostler, Dailey, Jefferson county, W. Va. \\ anted, a good, sober, industrious barber, single man, to work on salary or percentage. Apply to Peter Brooks, Charles Town, W. Va.* 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. For Sale, Prime seed oats; also alot of choice seed potatoes?Burbanks, Rural New Yorkers and Early Rose?from northern* grown seed. Apply to Marshall Burns, at coal yard. Attention uniform inspection. An in spection of the uniforms of the Inde pendent Steam Fire Company, No. 1. will take place on the night of the 17th inst.. at 8 o'clock. Every member is re quired to be present in full uniform, or to have his uniform in the hall, under the penalty provided in the by-laws. Order of the Board of Directors. J. C, Holmes. Prest. A. D. Bark, Sec'y. Don't Give ?p the Ship. When the demon of disease has sued you to the very brink of despair, don't give up the ship. When tha long, sleepless nights of restless tor ture and the days of worry and care and pain have shut out the last ray of hope and your tired brain would welcome death as a grateful deliv erer, don't give up. Others have lufrered as long as you and stlil have sound relief. Mrs. l5ora Lesley, South Whitley, Indiana, writes: "X used to have numb spells that would last for hours; haa pains all over mybody; had no appetite and my headpained me so that I thought I would lose my mind. After suffer ing this way for years my health was restored with a few bottles of the Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine." Dr. Miles Nervine is sold at all ?*?" on a Positive guarantee, 'ree advice and booklet to vx. Miles Medical Co., Elkbart, lad. When Wool Was Free Yyu could not buv as good suits as we place on sale Ibis week ns a Spe cial EASTER OFFERING at $8.50. THE CLOTH is every fabrc pure wool; THE LININGS arc Strong aud Flue* THE SEWING ami FINISHING arc as good as csn be, while the style is absolutely perfect. A very Large V arietj* of Patterns and Colon*, including blue and black. No use telling 3-ou how much more they are worth. You judgr that when you sec them. Carter House Saloon. H. A. CARROLL, 1'ropriutor. THE FINEST AND PUREST Whiskies, Wine?, Brandies and Beer constantly in stock, in quantities to suit cus tomers. lift" Whiskeys and Brandies for medical purposes, and Beer for family use a specialty. Courteous and fair treatuient to all. Dec. 20. 1899. CHARLES TOWN BOTTLING WORKS. CHARLES SCHULTE. Pioprietor. Corner West and Liberty sts., Charles Town. Carbonized Soda of all Flavors. Seltzer, Vichv. Kissinger and oi her MINERAL WATERS. GINGER ALE A SPECIALTY. Mai cli 13 ?y. New Jewelry Repair Store The undersigned has moved into the room of Mr. D. S. Hughes, lately occupied by Mr. L. A. Osbourn. two doors east of the post office, where he will conduct the business of REPAIRING WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. au experience ot 35 years in the business enab'es roe to guarantee satisfaction to all who may la or ine with their patronage. Give me a cnil. FRANCIS BODNER. April 4. 1w?9. REAL ESTATE. FOR RENT. Large Hall and Rooms over Max Theodore's store, cheap. Office Room and Storage in McKnight Fac tory. Stable?Four Stalls, Large Mow and Yard. Four Small d .veilings. :-} to 7 rooms. Barber Shop on N??rth Charles street. FOR s ? lf.. Thirteen dw lliugs, all sizes. Eight Fine Lots, centrally located. GEO. H. HAGLFY NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I To the Creditors of William Mills, de ceased : In pursuance of a Decree of the Circuit Court of the County of Jefferson, made in a cause therein pending, to subject the real es tate of the said William Mils to tbc'paymcot of his debt-, you are n quired to present your claims ngaiual the estate of the said William Mills for adjudication to Cleon Moore. Com missioner. at his office in the raid county, on or be'ore the 20ili day of April, 1900. Witness. Jno M Daniel,Clerk of raid Court, this 2nd day of March. 1900. JNO M. DANIEL. Man h 13?6:. Clerk: NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the creditors of Charles ii. Trail, de ceased : In pursuance of a Decree of the Circuit Court of the County nf Jefferson, made iu a cause tberelu pending, to subject the real es tate of the said Charles H. Trail to tte payment of his debts, you are required to present your claims against the estate of the said Charles H. Trail for adjudication to Cleon Moore. Commissioner, at his office iu the said courty, on or before the 28tb day of April, 19C0. Witness Jno. M. Daniel,Clerk of said Court, this 3rd day of March. 1900. JNO. M, DANIEL. March 13?6?. Clerk. DREAM yonr life away. JL Our "ring" absolutely prevents night emissions. Cures by stopping the cause. #1 00 (stamps or bill). Order to day?it wi?l be worth thousands to yon. CAPITAL CUKE. A pril 95,*99. Box 5".8. Atlauta, Ga. "BROWN" CULTIVATORS A.X1) DOUBLE-SHOVEL Pl.OWS, RICHMOND DOUBLE AND SINGLE CORN PLANTERS, MICHIGAN WHEEL SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS. "PERRY WOOD-FRAME SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS. FLOAT 1.EV.EK SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS, THOMAS ALL-STEEL HORSE RAKES. ALL STEEL LAND ROLLERS. GENUINE CHILLED 40-0 PLOW, Duplicate of the OLIVER; Vulcan Plow. Shares anil parts for all Plows used in the County; The Wonder of the 19th Century, the Wheeler GRAVITY CREAM SEPERATOR. Call anil get one on approval. AMERICAN STANDARD HAND PLANTER. GUARANTEED Razors, Shears and Pocket Cutlery. Terra-Cotta, Fire-Clay Pipe and Cement. Full Line Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oil and Glass. ACME Self-Oiling FARM WAGONS. C. N. Coleman. April 3, . SPRING, lOOO. Highest Qualities, Perfect Fits, Lowest Prices. Our spring promise to nil clothing buyers; a hope realized, a promiso fulfilled. That is what every sale we make means. We anticipate your wants and wishes, then make the prices irresistible. Our one thought in buying, our cue aim in selling, is to find your want and then meet it as no one else can meet it. We weigh every word thoughtfully in the scale of fact; we measure every value we put before you carefully; as a result ours is a sincere store. Everybody knows just what to expect, and ex pects just what they find, the very best at the lowest possible prices. In our new lines of seasonable goods, quality and style are pre-cmincut, and low prices prcdoinniate throughout. There is only one class, and that the first, in our spring and summer collection of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings, your responsibility ends and ours begins when you buy of us. We are right behind every transaction we make. Coino and look at our new stock ; you will find reliable goods at popular prices ; yo u nill find friendship, as we esteem every visit from you a personal favor. If you want to buy right; if you want to be treated right; if you want to save money; make our store yourtradin home. Yours truly, MAX THEODOR.l'rop. llagley's Corner, Charles Town, W. Va. March 27. THIS'SPACE RESERVED FOB BURNS & SHUGERT'S NEW SPRING ADVERTISEMENT. DR. NEILL'S DRUG STORE. (SUCCESSOR TO AISQUlTII & CO.) Charles Town, W. "V ?-? PUKE FRESH DRUGS. ~ THE BEST PROP WETARY MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS AND CHEMICALS. FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, FINE TOILET SOAPS. TRUSSES, BRACES AND BANDAGES. Full Line Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, THE BEST CIGARS IN THE TOWN. STATIONERY.?Envelopes, Fine Box Papers, Note, Legal Cap, Letter Paper. Fine Line of School Books. Our liue in complete in every department aud our prices the lowest. G^PHYSICI \NS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded day or night. O^TELEI'HONE at Residence and Store. WM. NEILL, M. D.f COURT-HOUSE SQUARE. March L7. NEWEST STYLES AND LOWEST PRICES BY II. I'lLHIIIM I M SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, SILKS, EMBROIDERIES. LACES. GLOVES, UNDERSVEAR, HOSIERY. <tC. ALSO FULL LINE GENT'S FURNISHINGS. M Palmbaum Sc Bro., April 1C. Next to Watson House, Charles Town, W. Va. ^ CENTRAL. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. INCORPORATED. 10, 12, 14 and 16 N. Centre St., Post O lice Building, CUMBERLAND. MD. WINCHESTER, VA, A leading American school of bufiness and ?horthand. Many imitators, few equals. Bui iness. shorthand and typewriting, English aud Normal training. For particulars call a*, nearest Coll -ire or write to C, EDVVT PREdHO, President, Feb. z7? 12t. Cumverl*nd. Md. I ERSONS that eontemplnte hnildin" can l>e accommodated with Beautiful^ Building at reasonable prices. Lots are situated on South Samuel street, the Ijest Street in Cbarlcs Town for residences. Call at Ea*ter day & Co.'s Tin and Stove H<.usc, 6. diaries it., for information. Jan. GO. YOU CAN EARN a Solid Silver Watch aud Chain by eelliofc 12 lbs. of our Baking Powder, at 35c. lb.: and 12 lbs. of our blend ed L'oflee at 25c. lb. Watch is worth tS to ? 10 at any first class jewelers. Write for particulars, is. Labsy <s Co , Jersey C.ty, N.J. Jianhl?-8t.