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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON.
Chari.ks Tows. W. Va.. Mat 8. 1800. SPRING ARRIVALS. Our Spring Stock is now coming in. Shoes arc higher, but we will have them at old prices. In onr stock we have several grades, Lut the uiore'yo pay the better you get. We have tried to get those that have real solid merit in them, made of good leather and well put together. Pleutv of Styles, too Ladies' Low Shots 50c. to $3.50. Ladies' High Shoes 75c. to 4.00. Men's Shoes $1.00 to 5.00. Boys' Shoes 75 to 3.00. Misses' Shoes 75 to 2.50. Children's Shoes 25 to 1.00. Buy the kird wc recommend and wc will mend tl.e rips for >ou. Oue price, and that the lowest. OTT BROTHERS. Local Miscellany. Circuit Court May 15. See J. Wm, Miller for farm wagons. White Lily flour sold only by Landis. Hamburg, inserting, lace, at Landis's. Kelt 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. Kalm's spring suits are captivating in style. A full line of paints, oils, etc., at Neill's drug,store. A. G. Wynkoop pells farms and town properties. Milford carpet sweepers at C. N. Coleman's. Use Schulte's ginger ale and bottled soda waters. Ready-made shirtwaists, by M, Palm baum & Bro. Umbrellas & parasols by M. Palm baum & Bro. Cotton, sheeting, ticking, &c. See S. H. Landis. Bringyourbacon, lard, potatoes.butter, eggs. &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. Bishop's. Kalin'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. Dr. Bishop's Coinp. Cough Syrup cures coughs and colds. 25 cents. Seed potatoes, onion sets, garden seeds by the quantity, at Landis's. Go to J. Wm. 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 II. B. Punk & Co.'s for a short while. Cabinets $1 per doz. AmericanStandard HANnconi planters, best on the market, at C. N. Coleman's. Prescriptions carefully compounded by acompeteut druggist atNeill'sdrugstore. Big line of ladies' shoes and Oxfords, all new and up-to-date styles, now ready at Ott Bros. County Court met yesterday. License to sell spirituous liquors was granted to Jas. H. Starr. Miss Louise Baylor has purchased of Mr. Wash Hooff his fine driving horse, Traveller, for 125. The depression on South George si. be tween Washington and Congress, is being filled?a much needed improvement. ? If you have it, you know it. You know all about the heavy feeling in the stomach, the formation of gas, the nausea, sick headache, and general weakness of the whole body. You can't have it a week without your blood being impure and your nerves all exhausted. There's just one remedy for you "J&qts sananrtu There's nothing new about it. "Jour grand parents took it. 'Twas ? an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparillas were known. It made the word " Sarsaparilla " famous over the whole world. There's no other sarsa parilla like it. In age and power to cure it's "The leader of them all." $1.Of a bottle. All drnjtlsts. Ayer's Pills cure constipation. After suffering terribly I was Induced to try your Sarsaparilla. I took three bottles and now feel liko a new man. I would advise all my fellow creatures to try this medicine, for it has stood the test of time and its curative power cannot be ex celled." I. D. Good, Jan. 30,1899. Browntown, Va. Wrttm tho D oaf or. If you have any complaint whatever and dealre the beat raetllcnl advice you can poaalbly receive, write the doctor freely. Tou will receive a prompt re ply. vrlthout coat. Address, DR. J. G. AT?R, Lowell, Mass, i ? i ? i >> i ? ? ? y ? ? Personal flentlon. Mr. John L. Hooff has been quite sick. Editor W. W. B. Gallaher is quite in disposed. Mr. Thornton Perry has returned from California. Rev. F. A. Strother was in Winches ter yesterday. Mrs. Margaret Mason visited Baltimore a few days ago. Mrs. George Drish has been very ill for several days past. Miss Anna A. Gallaher returned to Washington Tuesday. Mr. W. H. Wilson is visiting the family of Capt. George Baylor. Mr. I). B. Williams has returned from a trip to the eastern cities. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. T. Mathias are vis iting the Misses McCurdy. Mrs. F. BJ Hooff left a few days ago for a visit to Richmond, Ya. Mr. H. L. Alexander spent Sunday with his mother in this place. Mrs. Wm. M. Burns returned yester day from a visit to Hagerstown. Mr. Charles Ililbert. of Washington City, has been visiting relatives here. Miss S. G. Mo!cr has returned from visiting relatives in Washington, City, Mr. Top Shirley, of New York, is visit ing friends and relatives in the county. Miss Amelia Hopkins has returned from a visit to friends in Gerardstown. Miss Mary Alexander has returned from an extended visit to friends in Washing ton City. Judge Daniel B. Lucas and daugliter, Miss Virginia, were in Snepherdstown Tuesday. Col. R. P. Chew is attending a meeting of the State Board of Equalization, at Parkersburg. Rev. S. M. Engle, of Piedmont, spent a week at his old home near Etigle's Switch, this county. Mrs. Forrest W. Brown and son Forrest are visiting Mrs. John Thompson Brown, in Bedford county, Va. Hon. William L. Wilson, president of Washington and Lee University, has arrived in Lexington, Va. Miss Gertrude Ramey, of this vicinity, in visiting lierbrother, Mr. W.T. Ramey, at '? Auroria," near Berryville. Misses A. V. Wilson and Mattie V. Dor sey have removed to their new residence on Lawrence and North streets. Mrs. Edgar Crittenden, of Washington City, has been visiting the family of Mr. H. W. Crittenden, near Rippon. Mrs. Lacy Hill, of Edinburg, 111., is visiting her cousins, C. C. and G. Mason , Conklyn, near town. This is her first visit to Jcflerson since she left in 1S55. Mrs. Foster B. Morss, of Rochester. N. 1 Y., accompanied by her daughter and young son, is visiting he^brothers, Messrs. Wm. B. and Geo. W. Packett, near town. , Messrs. Arthur Harper and Walter D. and James W. Beller, of Washington 1 City, have been spending several days with the family of the editor of the Spirit. Mrs. Geo. R. Wendling and Miss Wendling came Tuesday evening to "Maplehurst," their summer home here. Mr. Wendling is expected about the 15th. 1 Messrs. S. H. Landis and W. B. Con rad attended a meeting of the District Stewards of Winchester District, M. E. Church South, at Winchester. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Higinbotham spent Sunday in Winchester, with their daugh ter Mrs. U.S. Baker, and were accom panied home yesterday by Mrs. Baker and children. Miss Mary A. McDonald, daughter of Maj. E. H. McDonald of this vicinity, has been appointed a Maid of Honor to represent West Virginia at the Louisville Confederate reunion. A meeting of the stockholders of the Alexander Coal Company is called to be held at Glen's Falls, this State. Mr. C. B. Alexander, formerly of this town, is president of this company. At an Easter German given by the stu dents of the V. M. I., at Lexington, among those present were Miss Mary Wilson with Cadet II. P. Howard; Miss Bettie Wilson with Cadet Scott Martin; Miss Hallie Alexander with Cadet B. J. Epps. From the Knoxville, Tenn., Journal and Tribune we take the following: 44 A fitting climax to the gayeties of the past week was the delightful card party given , by the M isses Lambright in honor of their guest. Miss Emily Cooke, of West Vir- J ginia, Saturday afternoon last, between | the hours of three and six." Messrs. Wooddy & Baker have laid a i brick pavement along the property of Mr. Geo. W. Marlow. on South George street. Grading is being done in front of the Timberlake property, on South George street, preparatory to laying a new brick pavement. Mr. C. M. Hough, an experienced and active Councilman, well posted in copor ation affairs, is announced tor re-election from the First Ward. The Second \VTard has a new Richmond in the field for Town Councilman in the person of Mr. R. D. Shugart. one of our most thrifty, reliable and energetic citi zens. Mr. James Whittington, a much re spected citizen of the vicinity of Leetown, i died on Wednesday last, after a lingering 1 illness of consumption, leaving a wife and three children. i The .*400 note and $5 gold piece lost by Mrs. Laura R. Moler. and advertised in the SriRiT last week, were found at the Racket Store, where strict honesty prevails, and restored to the owner. Messrs. Dooley Bros.have recently done tin roofing for Mr. W. C. Bragg, Mr. W. S. Merchant, Dr. Jas. M. Ranson and Mr. S. W. Washington in this town and vicinity, and slate and galvanized iron work for Mr. Alex.IIenson, in Shepherds town. The Charles Town Double Quartette and Glee Club are preparing for a grand concert to be given in Washington Hall on the evening of May iS, for the benefit of the Charles Town Base Ball Club. The members of this organization, as is well known, 'are young gentlemen of decided musical talent, and it therefore goes without the saying that th? proposed entertainment will be a .good one and well worthy of a liberal patronage. Church Items. Rev. H. H. Kennedy will preach at Halltown next Saturday at 8 o'clock. Rev. F. A. Strother will preach next Sunday at Oakland at 10:30 a. m.. Lee town at 3:30, and Middleway at 8 p. in. Messrs. Wright Denny and S. Lee Phillips were on Sunday elected Ruling Elders in the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. Evangelistic service at the Baptist Churcn next Sunday at 8 p. ra. Young people's service in the lower room at 7:15 p. m. Bishop Peterkin will visit Grace P. E. Church, Middleway, tor the purpose of administering the rite of confirmation, on Sunday, May 13, promptly at 11 a.m. Quarterly Meetingsof the M. E. Church South in Jefferson: Shepherdstown, at Uvilla, May jg and 20; Shenandoah Junction, at Bakcrton, May 20; Jeffer son, at Oakland, May 26and27; Charles To-.vn, Mav 27 and 2S. Rev. W. R. D. Moncure, of Leetown, will preach at the regular business meet ing of the Baptist Church in Charles Town on Saturday, May 19, at 2:30 p. m. All the members of the church are ear nestly requested to attend. The sixth anniversary of the dedication of the new M. E. Church South in Charles Town will be celebrated on Sunday, May 20. Rev. H. P. Iiamill is expected to preach, and it is hoped at this time to liquidate the entire balance of indebt edness upon the church property. The morning service at the Baptist Church next Sunday will be in the in terest of the Sunday School. The mem bers of the Sunday School and parents of the children are earnestl%r requested to attend. The pastor will speak on Sunday School work. Everybody in vited. Rev. H. H. Kennedy, of Charles Town ; Rev. Dr, A. M. Cackley, of Middletown; A. C. Nadenbousch, of Marti nsburg, and L. A. Ada.ms, of Stephens City, compos ing the Winchester District committee (M. E. Church South) of the Twentieth Century Thanksgiving Offering, held a meeting in Winchester Wednesday. This committee has charge of the meth ods by which this district will raise its 1 portion of the funds asked for by the Twentieth Century movement. The congregations of Jefferson Circuit, M. E. Church South are sparing no means to put their beautiful property at Summit Point in the best and most at tractive shape. The improvements for the present will be completed by Thurs day, May 10, 1900, upon which day the iadies of the parsonage committee throughout the charge with all others who may desire so to do will meet at the parsonage at 9 a. m., to arrange lor the coming of the pastor's family at 10:30 a. m. the next day. The Eastern Convocation of the Epis copal Church will meet in St. Bartholo mew's church, Leetown. May 8-10, in clusive. Order of services: Mat 7. Preparatory service and sermon by the Dean, 7:30 p. 111. May S. Intercessory prayer l?y Rev, 1. S. Douglas, 10 a. in. . Morning prayer and sermon In* Rev. R. S. Uoupland. 11 a. in. Business meeting and iniss'ouarj' reports, 3 p. m. K^enlnir prayer and sermon by Rev. Dr. Xcilson, 7:30 p. ui. May 0. ntcrcessory prayor by Kev. J. S. Douglas, 10 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon by Rev. C. C. Pear.-on. 11a. m. Address on Cuba by Rev Dr.NeiUon, 3 p in. Missionary service i>y Rev. 1. S. Douglas, 7 30 p. m. Mat 10. Intercessory prayer by Rev. I. S, Douglas, 10 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon by Rev. C. E. Shi w, 11 a. in. Address to clergy and laity by Bisbop Pe terkin, 3 p. m. Evening ir ?yer and sermon by Rev. G. A. Gibbous, 7:30 p. m. I will be glad to have all to attend and take part in the services. A. J. Willis, Rector of Nelson Parish. Rev. F. A. Strolher's appointments on Jef ferson Circuit will remain the same as dur ing the last conierence year, as follows: 1st SUNDAY. Summit Point 10i A M Beulalr. 34 P &1 Kabletown 8 P M 2ND SUNDAY. Oakland 10J A M Leetown 3? P M Middleway 8 P M 3iid SUNDAY. , Kabletown 10i A M Beulah 3i P M Summit Point 8 P M 4TU SUNDAY. Middleway 104 A M Leetown . 3? P M Ooakland 9 P M OTII SUNDAY. Middleway 104 A M Ramey's School House 34 P M. Summit Point 8 P M RiversideSchool House?Wednesday after 3rd Sunday in each month at 8 p m. Rippon?Tuesday after 2nd Sunday in each month. Ramey's School House?Tuesday after 4th Sunday in each month. These appointments will be changed one half hour earlier in the winter. Sacramental meetings at each appoint ment the Sunday before each Quarterly Conference. House for Rent.?On Washington City addition, fronting on turnpike. Apply to Mrs. F. A. Birkitt. The services of well-digger Charles Bragg were called into requisition last Saturday on the farm of Mr. J. Frank Myers, and the mystery of the sunken iron rod found the previous week solved by reaching the end of it at a depth of nearly twenty-four feet and finding it to have been a rod usually used in exploring for a well location. Mr. Charles T. Smallwood died at his home in this place on Wednesday last, in the 57th year of his age. of typhoid fever complicated by heart trouble. The de ceased was a most worthy citizen?honest, industrious, and a iaithiui and consistent member of the Baptist church?and was during the Civil War a gallant soldier of the 7th Va. Cavalry, C. S. A. He leaves a wife, eight daughters and five sons, be sides four brothers, one sister and fifteen grandchildren. Funeral services were held in the Baptist church Friday morn ing, conducted by Rev. L. R. Milbourne, assisted by Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins, aftei which the remains were interred in Edge Hill Cemetery. The members of John | W. Rowan Camp, U. C. V., attended the funeral in a body. royal sssj& dasQUunnrPinE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Public Sales. ^ 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 and F. Heckw-ith, Sp't 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. j Friday, May 25.?Barber chafrs, etc., by Samuel M. Ott, Trustee. Lawn mowers and rakes at C. N. Coleman's. Wire screen doors and windows. C. N. Coleman. I have some loose hay and about fifty | tons of baled hay to sell. C. F. Wall. Kloman headache wafers?instant cure for headache?6 doses for 10c., atNeill's drug store. I have pure Montouk Plymouth Rock | eggs for hatching, for sale. M. E. Boi.incer, The well-dressed man naturally looks | to this store for his spring suit. Kaiin's, Sadler Block. We clothe the boy to make him a friend | of the store when he becomes the man. Kaiin's, Sadler Block. Just received at J. Win. Miller's a large line of up-to-date carriages, buggies, run abouts, stick wagons, &c. Solid carved oak refrigerators, filled with granulated cork, with porcelain-1 lined water coolers, at C. N. Coleman's. Regular monthly meeting of Lawson , Botts Chapter, U. D. C., will be held | Thursday afternoon. May 10, at 3 o'clock. I ^Mrs. C.N. Coleman, Sec'y. The very finest. The ne plus ultra. , The creme de la creme. That's HARPER | Whiskey in three languages. Sold by Geo. W. Thomas, Charles Town.W. Va. i JOi*. Tomlinson's DENTAL OFFICE, COKNXHOr Chiklis and Libehtt Stkkk*' CHARLESTOWN. Depredations were committed upon the hen roosts of Messrs. C. E. Baylor and W. W. Johnson recently. Pet rabbits belonging to Editor Morrow's Children , were also taken, but found next morning | in the neighborhoodof his residence. Mrs. Mesley Bennett, formerly of Page county, Va., but for the past seven years a resident of this county, died at the residence of her son-in-law. Mr. James Hansel. in this place, yesterday afternoon, age 49 years, leaving a husband and four children. The remains will be taken to Uvilla to-day for interment. Prof. A. D. Hopkins, entomologist of the experiment station at the West Vir ginia University at Morgantown, has been at Maj. E. H, McDonald'sand other places in this county the past week. He has examined a number of the orchards in this section for the San Jose scale and other insect pests, but has found the trees to be in a generally healthy condition. H&adache Is often a warning that 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 PiMs 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 effect. 25c. at all druggists or by mail of C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. CUSTOM OARMENT flAKINO. I wish to inform my friends and the public generally that I have moved in the new room now being fitted up for me in the Hagley building (a few doors from Racket store) about April 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 counteract the many spurious imitations of legitimate tailoring that have been foisted upon the public. As to my new samples for the coming season, it is hardly necessary for me to dwell on them. All I can say is that I used the very best ability and matured experience in select ing a complete assortment of styles and qualities. I promise you also in the fu ture, as in the past, the same courteous and liberal treatment, and last, but not least, a perfect fit. Yours* &c., C. E. Reininger. At the N. Y. Racket Store you can buy a fifty five dollar sowing machine for sixtfen dollars; a sixty-five dollar sewing machine with drop top twenty dollar or without drop top nineteen dol lar?*: these machines are all guaranteed lor 10 yrs and are as nice and as good as any machines made; soni* thing new and the best carpet you ever ?aw for the money; our American gross carpet SOc per yd, be sure to s^e it. it will outlast two of the best mattirg* n.*ade; otir stock of ladies wash dress goods is v??ry lar^e consisiiug of lawns, organdie, freuch ginghaui?, percales, dimities, piques in white and colors, India linon, Simpsons silk lin'sh, novelties, Ac, 5 yd up; we have a v? rv larg* stock of prints and ginghams and in? st of them at last years price, we have lho b.*at light shirting prints at 5c per yd, and good dark prints at 5 ; per yd ; a" finer o* Simpsons at 6c; and s??ma arp 5c; I-.?tfgo blue 5 a do'jo; we have sold l iar lots of wall papers tho last three or four week* our sto^k of wall i ap'-r is verv lar^r over 2l-0 styles from 4 to 20c a roli; don't fail to see those nice ladies* nud miss* s* Oxford shoes that just catno in tin y ar^ i beauties we can sujw you some nobby things in ladies Khoes 75c to $3 00 pair; our millinery department Is c owded more every day with customers.just re ceived a big lot of mousline and chi - fons 25c to 4*3, also a bisr lot of new shapes in ladies hats jist in. C. W. COFFMA. Blows Its Own Horn. The Waterman Fountain Pen. About four years ago. an agent of the Waterman Fountain Pen came to Charles Town, and wanted us to take the agency of the pen. At that time we were utterly disgusted with the fountain'pen business and hard ly treated the agent with civility. Said we didn't want anymore fountain pens of any kind, that they were all humbugs. But he finally persuaded us to let him send a dozen on trial to be paid for when we were satisfied that they were all right. This was in November. Before Xmas we had sold them all and orderd another dozen. Since then we sell about three dozen a year, principally to persons who had them rec'ommended to them by users. 1 he pens are guaranteed in every partic ular, unconditionally, even to the style of point. Price $2.50 to everybody. Beard's Variety Stores. Business Locals. Red sea oil at Dalcarn's. Pay your taxes, says the sheriff. Go toj. Wm. Miller for harness, &c. White Star coffee sold only by Landis. Fine perfumeries, soaps, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. Latest tints in stationery at Dr. Bishop's. Go to Dalgarp'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. Counterpanes, napkins, doylies, towel ing, table linen, at Landis's. A full assortment of children's picture books at Dr. Bishop's drug store. Go to J. Wm. Miller for carpets, mat tings, rugs, druggets, venolia.&e. "The Monarch Shirt," white and fancy, the kind that fit, at Ott Bros. Your spring suit will be correct in every detail if it conies from Kahn's. l'or fine stationery, perfumeries, toilet articles, etc., go to Neills drug store. The \\ alk Over " shoe, the best ?3.50 shoe, ten styles for men, at Ott Bros. Postage stamps and postal card" for sale by W. B. Davis, Market-House corner. Hats, shirts, underwear, gloves, collars, cuffs, umbrellas and neckwear, at Ott Bros. Aisquith sSarsaparilla, ablood purifier, ?100 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. Sterling silver novelties, in letter seals, glove and shoe buttoners, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. W. L. Douglasshoes for men, boys and youths, the kind that wear, old prices at Ott Bros. Superfluous hair, moles, wartsandother facial blemishes removed by elcctricty by Dr. J. P. Bishop. California silver prunes and other prunes at W. B. Davis, in old postoffice room in market house. Persian lawn,India linens, nainsooks, apronette, dimity, long cloth, cheap as ever before at Landis". If you have a fine or complicated watch that needs attention, call on Lewis. ILx pert work at low prices. Ladies shoes from $1.00 to $4.00 a pair, and low shoes from 45c to *3.00 a pair at Max Theodore's, Hagley Cor. K.ihn 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 Fablets at Neill's drug store. For the best soft drinks and mineral waters, for family or table use, go to Chas. Ii. Schulte's new bottling works. " High Art " clothing is in a class of its own. Kahu, Sadler block, has the exclusive sale of these famous garments. 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. How is yoat Wind? If you are short of breath; if your heart flutters or palpitates; it y-)U have pain in left side or In chest: if your pulse is irregular, or you have choking sensations, weak or hungry spells, fainting or sinking spells, re Biember, Dr. Miles' New lieart Cuie adapted to remove Just that class of disorders, it i t a heart and blood tonic which strcngUusjos the heart, purifies the blood and & Y??. neyr life to the weak aad weary. ?shortness of breath, severe palpi tation and smothering spells disabled ^eJ?ran/labor- After using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure I was entirely relieved of distress and irotn that time on mv recovery was rapid." A. C. Patke, T, , _ Morgan town, Ind. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold at an "n a positive guarantee. tL I?,. *ree advice and booklet to Miles Medical Go., Elkhart, Ini DP1; For SjIc Ly MAX THEODORE. Haley's Cor. When Wool Was Free Yyu could not buv as good suits as we place on sale tliis week as a Spe cial EASTER OFFERING at $8.50. THE CLOTII ia every fabre pure wool; TI1E LININGS arc Strong and Fine; THE SEWING and FINISHING are a * good as cen be, while the style is absolutely perfect. A very Large V ariety of Patterns and Color*, including blue and black. No use telling yon bow much more tbev are worth. You judge that when you see them. The Leading Clothier, Sadler Block, April 3. AVON ROLLER MILL. Having purchased the well-known ' Avon Mill," at Kablctown, Jefferson county, W. Va., I am o erutiuj? 'be same in the best maimer. The mill in fitted out with a complete Roller Process Equipment aud I am therefore en bled to turn out the very best FIRST GRADE FLOUR AUo have constantly on baud Meal, Feed, Hominy, &c. A good SAW-MILL attached: and will do all kinds of Sawiiig. Custom Grinding as usual. Orders solicited, aud ? t.isfactlon guaranteed. Feb. LO-f.m. W. H. M?#K L\NO. REAL ESTATE. FOIl RF.XT. Office Room and Storage In McKnlght Fac tor}'. Stable?Fo'jr Stalls, Large Mow and Yard. Four Small Dwellings. to 7 rooms. Barber Shop ou North Charles street. FOR SALE. Thirteen Dwellings, all sizes. Eight Fine Lot*, centrally located. One Lady's Ideal Bicycle, but little used. One Wooden Windlass, with 5-foot Wheel. One 11-foot Wooden Water Wheel. One Corn Crusher. GEO. H. HAGLET. Plants! Plants! A full supply of Vegetable Plants of all kind*? CABBAGE. TOMATO. SWEET POTATO. YAM, I'EPPEU. EGG, ETC.. with Celer}' and Late Cabbage in season?all of the very bent varieties. Residence on East Liberty street, oppoeite M. Scott Wcller's Ma chine Shops, and almost immediately iu rear o* Presbyterian church. April 1 ? lm. JOS. I). WATTEliS. The Roberts-Hawley LYMPHS AND SERUMS, The New Animal Therapy FOR THE CUKE OF Locomotor. Ataxia. Pcra }? is. Tuberculosis. Asthma, Brain and Nerve Troubles, affec tions of Kidneys,Bladder.&e.,Chronic Rlu umatiFtn. a???1 all diseases due to degeneration of tissue. STATISTICS S1IOW 70 PER CENT. CURED Patlenf8 treated'at Matinsburg and Kear neys ville. W. Va. 1). W. BORDER, M. I). Present Address KEAKNETSVILLE, W. VA. Ap il 24?tf. O. B. COLLADAY, Charles Town's Only WHITE BARBER, OPPOSITE IIOTET, WATSON. First- class appointments and service. Clean towel with eve'rv sbuvc. O 5.'97-y. THE Burdette Fountain Pen. 1st Eqval to nny and Sup-> ior to Many. SalisfarJt'oit Guarantied tjr Money fie funded. It has a 14 Kt. gold pen. flows regular and will not leak, you do not have to shake your arm off to start the ink to flow, writes soon as you touch paper. THE POINT IS INTERCHANGEABLE. It is economy in using it.for whai vonr 6tcel pens cost you in a year you could buy oue for and they last a life time. Price post paid ?1.50, with two gold bands ?2 50. M S. BURDETTE. 215 N. Queen St. Martinsburg, W. Ya. April 17?3rn. For Rent. For Rent, from the 1st d ?y of April next, my Dwelling House. 417 East Washington st., Charie* Town. Contains 14 rooms, batti room, etc.. with electric light, gas and water sup ply. betides a good cistern. For terms, Jkc., applv to A. G.~Wynkoop. Jan. 2?tf. W. S. KENNEDY. For Sale, A lot of Good Second-Han.i Wire Picket Fence and Locust Posts. Applv to March 27?tf. FKANK BECK.WITH. 1900. SI* ID. -BROWN" CULTIVATORS AND DOUBLE-SHOVEL PI.OW3, RICHMOND DOUBLE AND SINGLE CO UN PLANTERS. MICHIGAN WHEEL SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS. PERKY WOOD-FRAME SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS, FLOAT LEVER SPRING-TOOTH H ARROWS, THOMAS ALL-STEEL HORSE RAKES. ALL STEEL LAND HOLLERS, 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 10th Century, the Wheeler GRAVITY CREAM SEPERATOR. Call and get one on approval. AMERICAN STANDARD HAND PLANTER. GUARANTEED Razors, Shears and Pocket Cutlery. Terra-Cotta, Fire-Clay Pipe an;l Cement. Full Line Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oil and Glass. ACME Self-Oiling FARM WAGONS. C. N. Coleman. April 3. SPRING, 1900. 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 lr wants and wishes, then make the prices irresistible. Our one thought in buying, our cne 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 Df fact; we measure every value we put before you carefully; as a result aurs is a sincere store^ Everybody knows just what to expect, and ex pects just what they Iind, Hie very best at the lowest possible prices. In stir new lines of seasonable goods, quality and style are pre-eminent, and low prices predomuiale throughout. There is only one class, and that Hie first. In our spring and summer collection of Clothing, Shoes, Hats iind Gents' Furnishings, your responsibility ends and ours begins when you buy of us. Wo are right behind every transaction we make. Come and look at our new slock ; you will Iind 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 tradin home. Yours truly, ftflAX THEODORE, Prop. Hagley's Corner, Charles Town, \V. Vn. March 27. It, new complete aud ready for iuspc.t n. U comprised everything in the lino of Dress Good^, Millinery, MOTIONS, ORGANDIES, LAWNS, DIMITIES. GINGHAMS, CARTETS, I.ACE CUR TAIN'S, OILCLOTH, MATTINGS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS, CHINA AND GEAS.4 WAKE, &C. I! csi><jct fully. Sums 4s Shugert* April 32. DR. NEILL'S DRUG STORE. (SUCCESSOR TO AISQU1TII A CO.) Charles Town, ~W~, V a. PURE FRESH DRUGS, THE BEST PROP ilF.TAKY MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS AN1> CHEMICALS. FANCY TOILET ARTICLES. FINF. TOILF.T SOAPS. TRUSSES, BRACES AND BANDAGES. Full Line Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, THE I1EST CIGARS IN THE TOWN. STATIONERY.?Envelopes, Fin*; Box Fapcru, Note, Lc^al Cap, Letter Pnp<r. Fine Line of School Books. Our line i? complete in every department aad our prlcj^the lowc?t. fciTPH YSICIAN3 I'RKSCRHTI NS compounded day or chifct. ^"TELEPHONE at K?Vjdeuce and Store. WM. NEILL, M. T>., COURT-HOUSE SQUARE. March L7. NEWEST STYLES A.ND LO WEST PRICES BV II. I?l I HRII/S -IN SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, SILKS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES. GLOVES. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERt. AC. ALSO FULL LINE GENT'S FURNISHINGS. M Palmbaum & Bro., April 10. Ni;xt to Wauon Home. libarlw Town, W. Ti. New Jewelry Repair Store The undersigned has inored into the room of Mr. D. S. Hughe*, lat/jljr occupied by Mr. L. A. Osbourn. two doors east of the po*t office, where he will conduct the hneincse of REPAIRING -WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. An experience ot 35 years in the huainest enab e? me to guarantee satisfaction to all who may favor me with their paironaife Give ine a call. FRANCIS BODNER. April 4. isW. \X 7"ALL has two housed to rcut. near B. A If O. Depot. TAX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE ! On and after this date I and my deputies will be at the Sheriff's office to receive Taxes on Tuesday and Friday of each week. Tiie other four "days of each week we will make a boose to hou?e cauvaw, and will expect to get the money or else will be compelled to leVT on property,as we Alky ?LUTRLY MUST have It. EUGENE BAKEB, Joly 18. 1899. 8beiiff. COWS on tbc Instalment Plan. Marcb Hi. C- WALL.