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i.'barles Tows. W. Va., Ai'Iiil 24, 1000. ^SPRING ARRIVALS. Our Spring Stock is now coining In. Shoes arc higher, but we will have them at old prices. In our stock we have several grades, but the more yo pay the better you get. We have tried to gtt those that have real solid merit in them, made of eood leather and well together. Fleuty of Styles, too Jjadiss9 Low Shots 50c. to $3.50. Jj a dies* High Shoes 75c. to 4.00.. Men's Shoes $1.00 to 5.00. Hoys' Shoes 75 to 3.00. Misses* Shoes 75 to 2.50. Children's Shoes 25 to 1.00. Kuy the kind we rccommcnd and we will mend tl c ripe for yon. One price, aud that the lowest. OTT BROTHERS. Local Aiiscellany. Uacle Tom's Cabin Friday night. See J. Wm. Miller for farm wagons. Go toj. Wm. Miller for harness, &c. Lawn grass seed at C. N. Coleman's. White Lily flour sold only by Landis. White Star coffee sold only by Landis. Hamburg, inserting, lace, at Landis's. Felt and linen blinds cheep at Landis's. Loose shredded cocoanut at Dalgarn's. ^ Go to J. Wm. Miller for pianos and or gans. Do you owe taxes? Pay up and save costs. Kahn's spring suits are captivating in style. A full-nle of paints, oils, etc., at Ncill's ^drug store. A. G. Wynkoop sells farms and town properties. Use Schulte's ginger ale and bottled soda waters. Ready-made shirtwaists, by M. Palm .^hanm & Bro. Umbrellas & parasols by M. Palm baum & Bro. Cotton, sheeting, ticking, &c. See S. H. Landis. Get your garden seed (Burpee's) from C. N. Coleman. Bringyourbacon, lard, potatoes,butter, eggs, ?L-c., to Landis. Silks, madras, ginghams, lawns, organ dies, &c., see Landis. Dotted swiss, scrimm, silkalines, etc., for curtains, see Landis. If you want to sell vour farm put it in A. G. Wynkoop's hands. 500 pairs men's and boys' coarse shoes at old prices at Ott Bros. Especially fine celluloid brush and comb sets at Dr. Bishojj's. Kahn's spring suits bear the stamp of good taste and refinement. Leather traveling cases?something very nice?at Dr. Bishop's. Ladies' and children's shoes, a good selection, at S. H. Landis's. Counterpanes, napkins, doylies, towel ing, table linen, at Landis's. Dr. Bishop's Comp. Cough Syrup cures coughs and colds. 25 cents. Seed potatoes, onion sets, garden seeds by the quantity, at Landis's. Wall will ship all kinds of live stock May 7, at B & O stock yards. Go to J. Win. Miller for sewing ma chines and washing machines. It you want fire, life, sick or accident insurance see A. G. Wynkoop. Do not forget Max Theodore's men's fine shoes from $1.00 to $4.50 a pair. Penny photos at H. B. Funk & Co.'s for a short while. Cabinets $1 per doz. Prescrptions carefully compounded by a competent druggist at Neill's drug store. Big line of ladies' shoes and Oxfords, all new and up-to-date styles, now ready at Ott Bros. Mr. Ray Goetz shot last week, on the Shenandoah river, a blue heron, which measured 5 J feet from tip to tip of wings. Ever have them? Then we can't tell you any thing about them. You know how dark everything looks and how you are about ready to give up. Some how, you can't throw off the terrible depression. Are things really so blue? Isn't it your nerves, after all? That's where the trouble is. Your nerves are beingpoisoned from the impurities in your blood. sarsaparliia purifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves. It makes health and strength, activ ity and cheerfulness. This is what "Ayer's" will do for you. It's the oldest Sarsaparilla in the land, the kind that was old before other Sarsa parillas were known. This also accounts for the saying, "One bottle of Ayer's is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind." $1.00 a bottle. All 4retfbt>. WrHo thm Doctor? If yon hare any complaint what?rer and doairo tha best medical advico you can poeilbly receive, write the doctor freely. Von will receive a prompt re ply, without coat. Addre?s. Da, J. C. AYJSK, Lowell, Mail, Mb kAJbA m A A A Personal nention, Mrs. J. O. Tutwiler is quite ?lclc. Mr D B Williams was in Marti nsburg lust Tuesday. Rev F H Kloman is spending a few days in town. We are pleased to see Mr. W C. Car roll about again. Rev. S. W. Cole has been spending a few days in town. Mr. Jos. C. Avis spent Wednesday with his sisters in town. ? Miss Bessie Gody, of Washington City, is at Mrs. Flagg's. Rev. W. P. Chrisman has been spend ing a few days in town. Mr Harry Hopkins was in Washington City a day or two last week. Mr. Wm. F.Alexander, of Clarksburg, spent Eatter at his home here. Mr. Norval W. Gallaher was up from Washington City over Sunday. Miss Minnie Timberlake has returned from a visit to Virginia friends. Mr. John Strother is spending a few days with liis mother in this place. Mr. John McGlone, of Baltimore, vis ited his mother, in Bolivar, recently. Mr J D Billmyer, candidate for sheriff, made us a plessant call this morning. Miss Fitzgerald sailed Saturday for Europe, to finish her musical education. Mr. Francis B. Donglass, of New York, is visiting the family of Mr. Cleon Moore. Miss Florence Dailey has been visiting her brother, Mr. E. W.Dailey, at Wickliffe. Miss Annie Mitchell has gone to Char lottesville, Va., to spend several weeks. Mrs. Jas. W. Garney has returned from a visit to friends in Washington City. M rs. Kate Lucas came up from Balti more to visit her sister, Mrs. Riley, near town. Editor W. W. B. Gallalier, we are pleased to learn, is somewhat better again. Mrs. Margaret Billups has returned from Baltimore, and is at the Carter House. Mr. James B. Botts, ot Roanoke, Va., has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. David Howell. State Senator Wm Campbell has re turned from an extended business trip in Virginia. Miss Venning,.of Charleston, S. C., is visiting her brother. Dr. Richard E. Venning. Mrs. C. Horace Gallaher and son Shan non have returned from a visit to Phil adelphia. I Miss Lallic Craighill spent the Easter season with Miss Elizabeth Smith, in Berryville. Mrs. Annie H. Campbell is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. N. Gallaher, in Wash ington City. Miss Bessie Gore, of Millville, has been visiting Mrs. Edgar Leedy, at Shenan doah Junction. Miss Bettie Rice Page, of Berryville, has been spending a few days with Mrs. Wm. Campbell. Miss Corinne Lucas, ot this vicinity, has been visiting the Misses Grove, of Shepherdstown. Rev. and Mrs. Vivian Gates have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Daugherty for several days. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Miley recently visited the family of Mr. Win. E. Reed, at Gaylord, Va. Miss Pearl Hughes returned Tuesday night.from a visit to friends in Baltimore and Washington. Mr X R Roberts, of Middleway, spent several days last week in Baltimore, pur chasing new goods. Mrs. O. T. Kemp, of Bolivar, has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Edward Hor ner, in% Martinsburg. We regret to learn that Mrs. W H. Whitmore is quite ill, with but little hope of immediate recovery. Miss Edith Marmion, of Washington City, spent the Easter holidays with her aunts in Harper's Ferry. Miss Lillie Adams, of Harper's Ferry, who was visiting Miss Alice and Mena Roper, has returned home. Miss Edith Kemp, of Bolivar, has re turned from an extended visit to her brother in Zanesville, Ohio. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Ruinsey Smithson were guests, a day or two last week, of. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Landis. Mr and Mrs W Fontaine Alexander have gone to Winchester, to attend the Woolley-Trenholm wedding. Mrs Jessie Burton Jones is at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bur ton, in Bolivar, for the summer. Mrs. John W. Kelley and children, of Strasburg, Va., have been visitin g at the parental home, Mr. A. D. Barr's. Misses Ida and Bessie Albin, of Kabie town vicinity, have returned from a visit ? to their brother iu Washington City. Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Ramey and son Arthur, of Brunswick, Md., have been visiting their relatives in this vicinity. Mr Charles Woolley, of Lexington, Ky, has been spending a few days with his sister, Mrs W Fontaine Alexander. Cleon Moore, Esq., and Col. B. D. Gibson were in Washington City, on pro fessional business, a day or two last week. Mr. Abner D. Men tier, of Carlisle, Pa., has been a guest at "Pleasant View," the beautiful home of Mr. W. H. H. Roper, near town. Mr. Henry Murray, of this town, offici ated as a groomsman at the fashionable Hoffheins-Cusliwa wedding in Martins burg Tuesday night. Miss. Lillie Moore, of Loudoun county, Va., and Miss Martha Abrams, of Balti more, Md, are the guests of the family of Sheriff Eugene Baker. Mrs. W. H. Brown, and two pretty lit tle daughters, Amelia Fontaine and Daisy ' Hill, of Manassas, arrived at Mrs Amelia B. Hooff's Thursday for a few weeks' : visit. Our former townsman Mr Geo D Ais j quith has come up from Washington and taken charge of Dr Neiil's drug store. Mr Aisquith is an experienced pharma cist, well known and popular, and will receive a cordial welcome back to Charles Town. E H Kloman, the clever young clerk heretofore iu this establishment, will remain. Bible Society /Iceting. 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 cousc will be taken up. Members of all denominations invited to attend. Hats, shirts, underwear, gloves, collars, cuffs, umbrellas and neckwear, at Ott Bros. .For the Deering roller and ball bear light draft binders and mowers go to C. N. Coleman. Don t fail to see The Pcssion Play as presented by electricity, on Thursday night of this week. Dr. Howard R. Moore, of Washington, D. C. will be at the Carter House, in this place, Saturday, April 28. Just received at J. Wm. Miller s a large lineof up-to-date carriages, buggies, run abouts, stick wagons, &c. The Charles Town Band discoursed ex cellent music on our streets last night, which was much enjoyed by all. Stetsons double Uncle Tom's Cabin shows, one of the largest traveling, will be here on Friday night April 27. The date ot sale of personal property of Mrs. .Mary S. Spotts, deceased, by 1" orrest \V. Brown, Administrator, is changed to Thursday, April 10. Mr. C. T. Shugert has moved the stable on his recently purchased Coyle property back to the rear ol the lot, adding much to the appearance of his pretty home property. Regular meeting of Citizens' Fire Co. Tuesday evening, May 1, at S o'clock.? New uniform and other important ques tions to be considered. A full attendance requested. By order of the President. Members of John W. Rowan Camp, U. C. V., will please bear in mind the next regular meeting, May 3, at 3 p. m. The Camp will be entitled to another delegate and alternate to Louisville, and action upon this and otHer important matters will come before the meeting. Mr Wm G Mix has rented the Langdon store-room at ICabletown, and is opening therein a stock of general merchandise Mr Mix proposes to sell good articles st the lowest price; for cash, and hopes by fair dealing and courteous treatment rf customers to merit a fair share of the public patronage. I.arge audiences attended the per formance of Uncle Tom's Cabin, after noon and night, Saturday, in the Opera house, and everybody was satisfied. Plays come and go, but Uncle Tom continues in a class by himsutf, and will probably be drawing well in the middle of the 20th century. In Saturday's performance the cake walk was a stunning feature. [Bangor (Me.) Dailey News. Messrs H N Wat$jf& Co, of Middle way, have disposed of their stock of goods to Mr N R Roberts. Mr and Mrs Watson wi" remove to Charles Town, and Mr Roberts will resume business again at the old Grantham corner in Middleway re plenishing his stock with a liberal supply of new goods. He needs no introduction at our hands, but we are sure that his hosts of friends in that locality will be gratified to see him in the mercantile bus iness again. Mr. J. Wm. Miller now has on exhibi tion at his salesroom opposite the post office one of the largest and handsomest lines of vehicles ever shown in this county. This stock embraces carriages, buggies and wagons of every description, pianos, organs, &c.. and is first class and up to date in every paiticular. Messrs. C. E. Poisal and R: C Smitlison, the gentle manly salesmen in charge, are courteous and accommodating, and will be pleased to have you call. Wm Kahn's handsome show windows and pavement show case attract much at tention. The most stylish and nobbiest hats, shirts and ties are arranged in artis tic manner, and give evidence that he has within a store fully up-to-date in all re spects. Ilis gentlemanly and energetic chief of staff, Mr Isaac Herz. proverbial for his excellent good taste, is an adept in the art of arranging goods and a most popular salesman as well, whilst Mr John Hall, the junior of the establishment, will be found always ready, courteous and obliging. An old unused well near the corner of Liberty and West streets caved in Satur day night. This is the third old well within a few years (in fact the second with in a few weeks) that has caved in on one of our main throughfares. That there has been no loss of life or serious accident in either case, is most fortunate indeed. It is now well demonstrated that the prac tice heretofore in vogue ot covering these wells over is an error, and that they should, if condemned and put absulutely out of use, be filled up and made safe for all time. Even the breaking of a limb of some passiug pedestrian and a damage suit therefor would cost the town infi nitely more than to fill them all up. Wis dom dictatos the safer course, and this we hope will be followed. At the N. Y. Racket Store you can buy all kinds of tinware at the old price; 10 qt water buckets 10c, wash basins No. 7, 5c; No. 8, 8e; 3 qt coffee P?t:*10 aud 12o. galvanized bucKPts 38 20 and 22?, milk or pudding pans 3 to 9c each, large rins ing pans, very heavy IX tin. 20 to 35c; we have a full line of enamel ware, sin gle coated, first qualit}'. no seconds, aud the tripple coated, the best aod strong est made. We have a bargain in the heavv tripple coated dish pans 0 qt, 40c; 14 qt, 45c, and 17 qt,55c; these goods are on a very heavy steel plate and trip ple coatcd; we are'hef dq uariers for all kind of r?aints V2' pts 10c, pts 16s, q^ 30c, gals 70 and U0e; our Monarch and ijairfson Bros, paints are guaranteed to be Dure le ui, zinc and oil, and we further gunrant'-e th*t they Mill cover more service and make you as go-^d ? job with two coats as any other paints ihree coats on the market Call and get color card. Our new millmery depart ment on lirtt tlcor is in full -bloom and we are already very busy with orders. We are belter prepared to serve you in tnis department this ppriug tli3n~ ever, and our pi ices are lower. Uive us a call and you will be surprised when you compare our pricej with ethers. Don't forget no matter what kind of goods you v aut?dry goods, shoes, notions, sta tionery, wall paper, underwear or any thing "you want, we have it, and our prices are 10 to 50 per cent less thau oth er stores, and our stock is six times lar ger to select from Ouv stock of mat tirgs and rugs and carpets is larger than ever this spring and pric# s are all ?ight. Jacob W. Coffman. Royal ~ AbsoujieiyPijre Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Public Sales. Friday, April 27.?Personal Property, by Mrs. Elizabeth C. FJagg. Thursday, May 10.?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 Trapnell, J. F. Engle md F.^Beckwith. Sp'l Com'rs. Thursday, May 10.?Valuable Jefferson Co. Farm, by Heirs of Rebecca Hunter. Friday, May 11.?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. ? ? ^ ^ Mr C E Poisal sprained his ankle se verely last week. Shining Light leather preserver makes leather water proof. C. N. Coleman. Go to J. Wm. Miller for carpets, mat tings, rugs, druggets, venolia,&c. '? 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. E. Bouncer, The well-dressed man naturally looks to this store for his spring suit. Kahn's, Sadler Block. We clothe the boy to make him a friend of the store when he becomes the man. Kahn's, Sadler Block. Persion lawn,India liuens, nainsooks, rrpronette, dimity, long cloth, cheap as ever before at Landis". I have 2 very desirable lots to rent for garden purposes.. Will rent for the sea son for cash only. C. F. Wall. For the best soft drinks and mineral waters, for family or table use, go to Chas. E. Schulte's new bottling works, HARPER Whiskey is liquid music, bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, refreshing and delicious. Sold by Geo. W. Thomas, Charles 'lown, W. Va. Married, Thursday at 6 p. m., at the Baptist parsonage, by Rev. L. R. Mil boufne. Miss May E. Knadler, of Kear neysville, and Mr. Charles D. Locke, of Leetown. Fell asleep in Jesus, April 16, 1900, in Albemarle county, Va., Nathan J. Bar nett, second son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Barnett, and grandson of the late Dr. O. G. Mix ot this county, aged 6 years. 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. The Odd Fellows' bazar at Shenandoah Junction has been postponed until April 2b, 27, 2S. One of the featuresof the occa sion will be a "candidates' soup," when all the aspirants for office in the county ?.re invited to be present. We are showing an extensive stock of boys' and children's suits jn the latest spring styles. The patterns are very at tractive, and prices extremely moderate. These suits are of the celebrated " Mrs. Hopkins" make, which is a guarantee of their excellence, \Vm. Kaiin, Sadler Block. Mrs Amanda Littleton, widow of Charles G Littleton, died Tuesday night at her home near Leetown, after an ill ness of some months, aged about 7S years. The deceased had a large family connec tion, and is survived by a sister, Mrs Grove, of Winchester, Va? five daugh ters?Mrs J M Heidwohl, Mrs Tavener, Misses Kate, Jennie and Fannie?and one son, James T Littleton, all of Jeffer son county. Funeral services were held at lier late residence Thursday morning. Rev L R Milbourne officiating, assisted by Rev Dr A C Hopkins and Revs W R D Moncure and W P Hnbbard. Interment in Edge Hill Cemetery. The pallbearers were Messrs John T Colston, C H Sliip man, A D Barr, D A Phillips, John O Aglionby, and Zack Fleming. House r the tor y p!<l liver, and cure biliousness, sick H lieadache, jaundice, nausea, indigcsf tion, etc. They are In valuable to prevent a cold or break up a fever. Mild, gentle, certain, they are worthy your confidence. Purely vegetable, they can be taken by children or delicate women. Price, 25c. at all medicine dealers or by mail of C. I. Hood A Co., I-owell, Mass. The most famous, sublime and world renowned exhibition ever produced, 'The Passion Play," of Oberammergan, will 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 hymn, sermons and epic have made sublime the world around.? Thos. A. Edison's marvelous invention, the 1900 model projectoscope, will be used in this master presentation. The rates are within rerch of all. Children under twelve years, 15c.; adults, 25c.; reserved s;ats, 35c., now on sale at Light's drug tore. Sec.ire yours before the 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. Eeard, 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 bis stock and compare prices if you are thinking pa peringany thisspring. Prices range from five cents up. Business Locals. Red sea oil at Dal yarn's. Pay your taxes, says the sheriff. Fine perfumeries, soaps, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. Go to Dalgarn's for heavy duck coats, gum-lined. Men's stitchdown shoes at old price ($1.00) at Ott Bros. Pictures framed and frames made to order at Dr. Bishop's. A full assortment of children's picture books at Dr. Bishop's drug store. "The Monarch Shirt." white and fancy, the kind that fit, at Ott Bros. Your spring suit will be correct in every detail if it comes from Kahn's. 1-or fine stationery, perfumeries, toilet articles, etc., go to Neills drug store. The "Walk Over" shoe, the best *3.50 shoe, ten styles for men, at Ott Bros. Postage stamps and postal cards for sale by W. B. Davis, Market-House corner. Aisquith's Sarsaparilla, ablood purifier, ?loo doses for 50 cents?at Neill's drug store. Nice line of notions just received by W. B. Davis, old postoffice room in market house. W. L. Douglasshoes for men, boysand youths, the kind that wear, old prices, at Ott Bros. Use Vichy for your table water, and enjoy good health. Clias. E. Schulteputs up the very best. Superfluous hair, moles, warts and other facial blemishes removed by electricty by Dr. J. P. Bishop. For exquisitely handsome pictures? medalions, engravings, etchings, etc. go to Dr. Bishop's. California silver prunes and other prunes 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. Wanted.?Old China, Bric-a-brac Rel ics, &c. Address John Treblig, 9 North Howard street. Baltimore. A full supply of fresh garden seeds of all kinds at IDr. Wm. Neill's drug store, (Aisquith & Co. s old stand). Ladies shoes from $1.00 to 84.00 a pair, and low shoes from 45c to $3.00 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 Tablets at Neill's drug store. " 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.Schultc,crop. Schloss Bros. & Co.'s tailor-made clothing sold by Max Theodore, Hagley Cor. Also Sweet, Orr & Co.'s pants and overalls. Received by M. Palmbaum & Bro., a large selection newest styles dress goods, silks, trimmings, &c. Prices to suit the people. 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. 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 when you do look. If such is the case, don'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. Overworked Nerves and wasting vitality r^ikc tlicir pres ence known through headaches, dimness, inability 10 sleep, I, ss of appetite and a general run-aown con dition cf the system. T!ies? signs are sometimes nccompnni. J hy neu ralgia, hysteria, rheumatism or nerv ous prostration in some other form. To remove these troubles, cure the ncf-ves. Tiiiy need feeding, strenfth e^!?% and ' ''iidiug up, sr.d nettling TTiildothii > quickly and so surely as Dr. Miles' Nervine. This truly remarkable medicine is paining hun dreds of n-.v friends every day. Here is a surveyor from Decatur, Ind.. Mr. G. E. McKean, who writes: "A chronic stomach trouble, which my physician was unable to over come, SO wore on my nerrous system that I broke down with dottous pros tration. I could not s.eep day or night except in fitful napes could scarcely eat any kind of food and wasted away to a mere shadow. After spending over $500.00 in a vain search for relief, I was pre railed t:pon to try Dr Miles' Nervine. Be lief came Immediately. I took six bottlesand today am a well ? Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold at an druggists 00 a positive guarantee, "rile for free adviee and booklet to Dr. Mile* Medio*! Co., Elkhart, fed. When Wool Was Free Yyii could not buv as good suits as we place on sale tliis week as a Spe cial EASTER OFFERING at $8.50. THE CLOTH is every fabre pure wool; THE L1NJNQS arc Strong aud Fine* THE SEWING and FINISHING are as good as csd be, while tlie style is absolutely perfect. A very Large V ariety of Patterns and Colore, including blue aud black. No use telliu? you how much more they are worth. You judge that wlicu you see them. The Leaning Clothier, Sadler Block. April 3. AVON ROLLER MILL. Having: purchased the well-known ' Avor. Mill," at Kablctown, Jefferson county,W. Va., I uin o crating the same in the best manner. The tii.U is fitted out with a complete Roller Process Equipment and I uin therefore en hied to turn out the very best FIRST GRADE FLOUR Also have constantly on liund Meal, Feed, Hominy, &c. A good SAW-MILL attached, and will do all kinds of Sawing. Custom Grinding as usual. Orders solicited, and s .tisfaction guaranteed. Feb. 1.0-r,m. W. H. Molt ?? LAND. CHARLES TOWN BOTTLING WORKS. CHARLES SCHULTE. Pioprietor. Corfier West and Liberty sts., Charles Town. Carbonized Soda of all Flavors. Seltzer, Vichy. Kissinger and other MINERAL WATERS. GINGER Al.E A SPECIALTY. Mm ch IS ?y. REAL ESTATE. FOR RENT. Large null and Rooms over Max Theodore's store,, cheap. Office Room and Storage iu McKuigbt Fac tory . Stable?Four Stalls, Lartfc Mow and Yard. Four Small Dwellings. 8 to 7 rooms. Barber Shop on North Charles street. FOR S ' LB. Thirteen Dwellings, all sizes. Eight Fine Lots, centrally.located. GEO. IT. HAGLF.Y THE Burdette Fountain Pen. Is Equal to any and Superior to Many, Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded, It has a 14 Et. gold pen. flows regular and j will not leak, you do not have to shake your ! arm oft to start the ink to flow, writes 8 jou as | you touch paper. THE POINT IS INTERCHANGEABLE. It is economy in using it,for what your steel j peus cost you in a year you could buy one f? r and they Inst a life time' Price postpaid $ 1.S0, | with two gold bands ?2 50. M S. BURDETTE. 215 N. Queen St. Martinsburg, W. Va. I April 1??3m. Plants ! Plants I A full supply of Vegetable I'lauts of all kinds'? CABBAGE. TOMATO. sweet potato, yam, PEPPER, EGG, ETC., wi!h Celery and Late Cabbage in season?all of the vciy best varieties. Residence on East Liberty etree?, opposite M. Scott Waller's Ma chine Shops, and almost immediately in rear o: Presiiytc? ian church. April 1 ?1?>. JOS. D. WAITERS. Give MeA Bid. I offer my services to the public as an auc tioneer. H'ith county and corporation license, and solicit a share of patronage. Having qad considerable experience, I guarantee sat isfaction. Charges reasonable. CHARLES RISSLER, Jan. 5. 1S97. Charles Town. W. Va. For Rent, From the 1st of April next, the Dwelling on East Washington street now occupied by Mr. Lewis Dinkle. For further particulars apply to S. W. WASHING!ON. Jan. 9?tf. Attorney. For Sale, A lot of Good Second-Hand Wire Picket Fence and Locust Posts. Apply to March 27?tf. FRANK BECK WITH. "T)LUMB1NG and Gas Fitting done prompt ly lj- Bursted pipes repaired at one.? Don't forget us when you want reliable work done. fcASTERDAY & CO, "BROWN" CULTIVATORS AND DOUBLE-SUOVBL PI O.VS, RICHMOND DOUBLE AND SINGLE CORN PLANTERS, MICHIGAN WHEEL SPRING-TOOTIi HARROWS. PERKY WOOD-FRAME SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS, FLOAT LEVER SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS, THOMAS ALL-STEEL HORSE RAKES. ALL STEEL LAND ROLLERS, GENUINE CHILLED 40--0 PLOW, Duplicate of the OLIVER; Vulcan Plow. Shares and parts for all Plows, used in the County; The Wonder of the 19th Century, the Wheeler GRAVITY CREAM SEPERATOR. Call and get one on approval. AMERICAN STANDARD HAND PLANTER. GUARANTEED R.rzors, 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 all clothing buyers; a hope realized, a promise 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 lind your want and then meet it 39 no one else can meet it. We weigh every word thoughtfully in the sonic 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-eminent, and low prices predomniate throughout. There is only one class, and that the first. In our spring and summer colleetion 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. Come and look at our new stock ; you will find reliable goods at popular prices; yo u will 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 your trad in home. Yours truly, MAX THEODOR, I'rop. Ilagley's Corner, Charles Town, W. Va. March 27. Our Spring $ Summer Stock Is now complete and ready for iuspecti ill. It comprtKcs everything in the line of ? Dress Goods, Millinery, NOTIONS, ORGANDIES, LAWNS. DIMITIES, GINGHAMS, CARTKT8, LACK CUR TAINS, OILCLOTH, MATTINGS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS, CHINA AND GEASH WARE, &C. Respectfully, MShfhh Shuqert. April 33. Contractors and Builders, Carpenters, Merchants, Farmers grerybody intending to bnild or remot el oan nave time and money by lenvinfor sending thrir orders f>r DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ; Dressed and Undressed Lumber, Brackets, Cornice and Mouldings, FENCING, FILINGS, FLOORING, MANTELS, &e.. To the CHARLESTOWN Steam Saw and Planing Mill* tar Satisfactions will bo given ah to prices and quality of work. SP? Terms Reasonable. Wm. Phillips' Sons. NEWEST STYLES AlND LO WEST PRICES BY IN SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, SILKS, EMBROIDERIES. LACES. GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY. AC. ALSO FULL LINE GENT'S FURNISHINGS. AI)ri 1 10. M Paimbaum 3c Bro., Next to Wat&on Honce. (Jhnrlea Tnwo W V? New Jewelry Repair Store The undersigned has moved into the room of Mr. D. 8. Hughes, lately occupied by >ir. L. A. Osbourn. two doors cast of the post office, where be will condnct the business of REPAIRING WATC1IE3. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. An experience of 35 years in the bnsincss enab ?-s me to guarantee satisfaction to all who may favor me with their patronage. Give me a call. FRANCIS BODNER. April 4. 13SO. \\ rALL ha? two houses to reut, near B. dr Y> O. Depot. TAX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE ! On and after this date I and my deputies will be at the Sheriff'* office to receive Taxea on Tuesday and Friday of each week. Tuo other fonr days of each week we will make a house to bouse canvas*, and will expect to get the money or els? will be compelled levy on property,as we ABSOLUTELY MUST have it. EUGENE BAKER, Jaly 18.1809. Sheriff. CtOftS on the Instalment Plan. / March 21. C. F. WALL,