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Charles Tows. W. Va.. Mat 29, 1900. ?SPRING ARRIVALS. Our Spring Stock it now coming in. Shoes ?re higlicr. but we will have them at old prices. In our stock we.liavo several grades, but the more yo i pay the better yon -jet. We liuvt' tried to (ret those that have real 60ild merit in th< ro. made ofjrood leather and well r? together. Plenty of Styles, too ^ Ladies' Low Shoes 50c. to $3.50. Ladies' High Shoes 75c. to 4.00. ? Men's Shoes $IW0 to 5.00. Soys' Shoes 75 to 3.00. Misses' Shoes 75 to 2.50. Children's Shoes 25 to 1.00. Buy the kind wc re com mend and we will mend tl.e rips for yon. One price, and that the lowest, OTT BROTHERS. Local Miscellany. See J. Wm. Miller for farm wagons. White Lily flour 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? Pa>' up nnd save costs. Kalin's spring suits are captivating in style. tfA full line of paints, oils, etc., at Neill's drug store. A. G. Wynkoop sells farms and town properties. Milford carpet sweepers at C. N. Coleman's. Use Schulte's ginger ale and bottled -^Ja waters. Ready-made shirtwaists, by M. Palm baum & Bro. s Umbrellas & parasols by M. Palm baum & Bro. Cotton, sheeting, ticking, &c. See ^ H. Landis. Bring y-our bacon, lard, potatoes,Witter, eggs, &c., to Landis. Silks, madras, ginghams, lawns, organ dies, &c., see Landis. Dotted swiss, scrimm, silkalines, etc., ?nr curtains, see Landis. ^1f you want to sell your farm put it in A. G. Wynkoop's hands. 500 pairs men's and boys' coarse shoes at old prices at Ott Bros. Go to G. E. Hughes' for all kinds of furniture and wall paper. -specially .fine celluloid brush and >mb sets at Dr. Bishop's. Kalin's spring suits bear the stamp of good taste and refinement. Go to J. Wm. Miller for sewing ma chincs and washing machines. It you want fire, life, sick or accident insurance see A. G. Wynkoop. Go to G. E. Hughes' for tancy grocer F les, fruits and all kinds of eatables. Do not forget Max Theodore's mea's iine shoes from $1.00 to $4.50 a pair. AmericanStandard HANDCorti planters, best on the market, at C. N. Coleman's. Lightning ice cream freezers, water coolers and ice picks at C. N. Coleman's. Prescrptions carefully compounded by acompetent druggist at Neill's drug store. Lawn swings and benches, and all kinds of funitureand wall paper at G. E. JR:>thes'. Kloman headache wafers?instant cure for headache?6 doses for ioc., atNeill's drug store. Big line of ladies' shoes and Oxfords, all new and up-to-date styles, now ready ^.Ott Bros. The Jefferson Milling Company em ployees have painted the new elevator of that company. Housp for Rent.?On Washington City addition, fronting on turnpike. Apply to Mrs. F. A. Birkitt. Mr. T. D. Webster is putting extensive repairs upon the Marmion property, re cently purchased by Mr. G. E. Hughes. It will also be attractively painted. E5 0 \ Ever have them? Then we can't tell you any thing about hem. You know how dark everything looks d 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. sanapariua 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." S1.C0 ? battle. All tfnaliis. Wrfim thm Doctor. If yon hare any complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice you can possibly receive, writo tbe doc*?? freelyTrou will receive a prompt doctor r#" DO. J. C. AYEB, Lowell, Personal nention. Miss Wendling went to Washington ou Monday. Miss Prances Forrest is visiting her mother here. Cadet. Dick Trapnell is home from the West Virginia University. Mrs. Coe and daughter. Miss Sarah, went to Baltimore Monday. Mrs. John G. Elliott, of Hagerstown, is visiting relatives in town. M r. Chas. A. Watson lias been spend ing several days in the county. We were pleased to meet Col. Towner Schley in town last Wednesday. Mr. George E. Diehl has been home from Philadelphia for a day or two. Miss Sallie Beller and nephew I-Iosmer went to Washington Mouday morning. Miss Emery, of Philadelphia, has been visiting the family of Mr; Louis Diehl. Mrs. Martha Beall returned Saturday from a visit to her daughter in Atlanta. Mr. C. N. Beard has been on a busi ness trip to Hagerstown and Baltimore. Mrs. J. H. Wolff, of RJleyvilie, Va., has been spending a few days in this vicinity. Mr. M. Palmbaum took in the big Mys tic Shrine parades in Washington City Tuesday. Mr. Humphrey K. Ambler came on from New York last week to visit home folks. Miss Grace Morris and Miss Gussie Maddox have been visiting relatives in Middieway. Mrs. Kate Hammond has returned from a visit to friends in Martinsburg md Leetown. Miss Lib Fouke,who makes her home in Staunton, has been spending a week here with her sisters. Miss Mary A. McDonald, Maid of Honor to represent West Virginia, left for Louisville last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McClellan and daughter, of Washington City, are visit ing Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Ranson at "'The Homestead." Mr. Chester Dunlap has resigned his position in the postoffice and Mr. Nick Strider, son of Mf. N. S. J. Strider, has been appointed tt* fill the vacancy. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bonsai, of New Vork, will, on the 1st of June, take the House now occupied by the family of Mr. Unger. at the head of Mt. Parvo avenue. Miss May Kennedy, daughter of Mrs. Julia Paca Kennedy, left on Monday for Washington, and in a few days will accom pany Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnson to Eu rope. Mrs. Maud Heflebower, of Richmond, Va., with her daughter. Miss Lou, and two little sons, Sammie and Wilbur, are visiting at 'Squire Daniel Heflebower'sat Ripon. Mrs. Maria Moore Hays was chosen Sponsor, and Miss Julia Merchant Maid of Honor, to represent John W. Rowan Camp, of this place, at the Louisville Reunion. Col. B. D. Gibson and County Clerk W. F, Alexander, Shriners from Charles Town, attended the grand meeting of '.heir mystic brethren in Washington City last week. We were pleased on Wednesday to meet our old friend and former county man Mr. Jas. H. Conklyn, who, with liis laughter. Miss Alma, was spending a few hours in town. Married, at the Carter House in this place, on Wednesday evening, May 23, 1900, by Rev. R. S. Coupland, Mr. Robert A. Whitesell and Miss Olive Pearl Hunter, both of Staunton, Va. Mr. Clifton Young, of this town, is at Fort Wood, New York, awaiting a trans port which will take him to Havana,Cuba, having enlisted in Baltimore for the 7th Cavalry, U. S. A., which is doing guard Jutv in Havana. Cards are out for the marriage, Wed nesday evening, June 6th, of Mr. Charles Porterfield Light and Miss Margaret Harlan, daughter of Mrs. Margaretta Harlan, ot Berkeley county. Ceremony to be performed in the Falling Waters Church. Miss Genevieve Carpenter, who spent :he winter and spring with her relative, Mrs. Willis T. Walker, in this town, returned to her home at Horseheads, S'ew York.Thursday week. Mrs. Walker went as far as Hagerstown with her and returned same day. Mr. J. H. Williams, of the firm of Messrs. C. A. Williams & Bros., Win chester, Va., came down with his'mother, Mrs. Mary Williams, who expects to spend the summer with "her daughter, Mrs. T. F. Eddy. Mr. Williams returned home on Monday of last week. Mr. Charles E. Diehl, son of Mr, Albert Diehl of CharlesTown,graduated recently from the Theological School of Princeton University, taking a high stand in his class. M r. Diehl, before entering Prince ton, was head instructor of the Berry ville High School during the session of '96 ?97.?Clarke Courier. 20th Century keyless fly fans at C. N. Coleman's. The Racket Store buildings of Mr. Jacob W. Coffman are being handsomely painted. We are requested"to say that the Anti Saloon meeting appointed for this after noon and to-night is postponed until Tuesday, June 5. Important Heeting. The Citizens Fire Company will have a special meeting at their Hall on Tues day the 29th. A full attendence is re quested, Business of importance for the company. w m m By change of schedule on the N. & W. R'y the northbound through train now passes Charles Town at 8:45 p. m., and the Hagerstown and Shenandoah accom modation trains now run on Sunday as well as during the week. The sad intelligence has been received here of the death of Mr. William James, formerly of this county and a son of Mrs. Viranda James of Rippon, who was crushed to death at Cardigan Junction on the Soo railroad near Minneapolis, Minn., whilst performing his duty as a brakeman in coupling cars. on~ Sunday night. May 13. He was well known in railroad circles, was thirty years of age, and Jeaves a wite and one child. Church Items. Services in.St. James* Catholic Church, | Charles Town, on the 4th Sunday ot each month, at 10:to a. m. Bishop O. P. Fitxgerald is to preside over the Baltimore Conference at Roan oke, Virginia, April 3, 1901. The Episcopal Council for the Diocese of West Virginia will convene in Shep herdstown on "Wednesday, June 9. The ladies of the M. E. Church South at Summit Point will hold a Lawn Party in the Parsonage yard June 14 and 15. ~ Rev. Dr. Bond. Presiding Elder, preached in the M. E. Church South here Sunday night?Quarterly Meeting occa sion The ladies of Oakland M, E. Church South will hold a Strawberry Festival on Friday and Saturday evenings, June 15 and 16. April 28th Messrs. D. F. Billmyer, S. M. Huyett and E. H. Reinhart were or dained and installed ruling elders of the Presbyterian ChnrcTT at Shepherdstown. Rev. Mr. Booking, of Martinsville, this State, has accepted a call to the Episcopal Churches at Wickliffe and Ripon, and will takecharge of his new work the first of June. The ladies of Beuleli will hold a lawn party in the yard of Mr. Chas. W. Conrad on the evening of June 14 and 15, for benefit of the Methodist parsonage. Everybody invited. The ladies of the Kabletown M. E. Church, South, will hold an ice cream and strawberry festival in Grove near Kable town church on Thursday and Friday evenings, June 7 and 8. On Sunday last, at the morning service in Zion Church in this place, Kev. Chas. E. Shaw, of Harper's Ferry, was ordain ed to the priesthood of the Protestant Episcopal Church, by Bishop (Jravatt, Revs. R. S. Coupland and A. J. Willis assisting in the service. The ladies of the M. E. Church South at Summit Point are arranging for a most delightful occasion at their straw berry and ice cream sociable, on the evenings of June 7 and 8. It-will be held on the beautiful lawn of the parsonage there, for which the proceeds are for the benefit ot. Public cordially invited. Bishop Candler will preach in the M. E. Church South in thisplaceon Monday evening, June 18. The Bishop is one of the very' foremost of the Southern Meth odist divines, able and eloquent, and his ?visit here will afford those who may be fortunate enough to bear him the oppor tunity of listening to a sermon far beyond the ordinary calibre. At the recent session of the Winchester Presbytery, in Winchester, the pastoral relations existing between tho Churches at Lost City and Capon Bridge were dissolved, Rcv.Ivanhoe Robertson resign ing on account of ill-health. The dissolu tion of the pastoral relations between Rev. Ashlin White and his charge at Smith field was not sanctioned by the session. Go to J. Wm. Miller for carpets, mat tings, rugs, druggets, venolia,&c. The jCharles Town Band will hold its annual fair in Washington Hall June 7, 8 and 9. * . We clothe the boy to make him a friend of the store when he becomes the man. Kaiin's, Sadler Block. Solid oak refrigerators, filled in with granulated oak. best non-conductors of heat, for sale by C. N. Coleman. Our well-known and enterprising mar ble cutters, Messrs. Die-Ill & Bros, have been setting up some fine cemctery work in Frederick City. Mr. Thomas J. Muck has purchased, through A. G. Wyukoop's real estate agency, the house and lot of Wm. M. Burns, on the boom, near the Road Ma chine Works. Mrs. J. T. Williams, President of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the Baltimore Conference, M. E. Church South, will address thq local society here next Thursday night. The Marmion property in this place, recently purchased by Mr. Geo. Edward Hughes, wassold-to tTie Marmions a half century ago by Mr. Edward Hughes. This does not signify, however, that our young bachelor friend was the person who figured in the former transaction, al though a similarity of names appears in the deeds, as above cited. One k Tells the story. WlK?n your hood I aches, and yon feel bilious, const i-' f pated, and out of tune, with your i > stomach sour and no appetite, just ( ) buy a package of Mood's Piiis I And take a dose, from 1 to 4 pills.' , You will be surprised at how easily ' ' they will do their work, cure your I ? headache and biliousness, rouse the I liver and make you feel happy again. ^ 6 25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. 0 A series of afternoon teas will be given by the Lady Managers of the Men's Read ing Room at their respective homes every two weeks, at the nominal charge of five cents a week to each participant. Friends of the institution, not officially connected with it, are cordially 4nvited. The first of these festivities?pleasant occasions ?was held at the home of the Misses Riddle Thursday afternoon. A t the N. X- Ra- ket Store yon can buy screen doors at 80.90.1 10and J1 23; Win dow screens 20, 30, 35 and 40c; screen, door hinges the best at 10c pair; lawn moweis Hi in }3 0fl; the best clothes wringers one dollar and a half, sold every wt-ore for two dollars and a half; family dial scales weighs % oz to 20 lbs. one dollar and twenty five, with pcoop one dollar thirty-live; t*ble knives and forks 40c a set up to one dollar and fif teen; Russell* celluloid handle table knives one dollar and twentv-five a set, Rogers 12 pwt silver plated table knives and forks three dollars and a half a set; knives only one dollar and sevent '-five a set; tin lea spoons 4c a set; Albotta leas 8e a set; solid silver metal teas 40c a set; lingers trlpple plat? one dqllar a set; table sprons double the price of teas; ? hears 4 to 452 a pr; tooth brushes 3 to 20c; side combs 4 to 10a pr; fancy black combs 10 to 18c; childrens round combs 3 to 8o; ladles pufTcombs 12 to 14e; eye glasses 8c pr; the best sko'eton frames 35s pr; spectacles good lenses and looks like gold and will wear like void 40o pr; wilting paper 2 to 8c qr; en velopes 2 to So pack; pencil tablets 1 to 5c each, composition hock 1 to 5c; we have a special job of ink tablets 5 and 10c each line paper and worth nearly double; iust received another lot ol ladies hats In the latest shapes another lot of ladies Oxford shoes just received. J. W. COFFMAN*. Royal ^ Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Public Sales. Friday, June 8.?Barber chairs, etc., by Samuel M. Ott, Trustee". Lawn mowers and rakes at ' ^ C. N. Coleman's. Lightjung Ice Cream Freezers At C. N. Coleman's. Wire screen doors and windows. C. N. Coleman. For sale, the rear end of my lot, im proved by a pood stable. ? Adam Bowman. I have pure Montouk Plymouth Rock ego's for hatching, for sale. Bt* M. E. Bolinger. Liquid granite, best floor finish mj.de, both in jJbint of appearance and durabil ity of finish. C. N. Cole.man. For sale, valuable Jefferson farms; also town property-, including some valuable buildine lots. _ Moore & Mo??f. 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. The very finest. The ne plus ultra. Thecremedelacreme. That's HARPER Whiskey in three languages. Sold by Geo. W. Thomas, Charles Town,W. Va. I)i-. Tomlinson'H DENTAL OFFICE, CoK.txK or Charles and Libektt Stkkk CHARLESTOWN. BOYISH PRANKS. o B?tn tba Signature of Boys fifpt. Into all kiuds of mlstblcf, lint rld inif a grindstone is tlio latest prank on reco (1, Tliere need bo no fear of dleustur, bowev'cr, when pants arc Imimht nf MAX T11EODOKE, Hagloy's Corner. Solid carved oak refrigerators, filled with granulated cork, with porcelain lined water coolers, at C. N. Coleman's. "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. Corn crushing and grinding, sawing, planing, and wire and picket fence man ufactured by John A. Blake", at Roselle Mill. Schlpss Bros. & Co.'s tailor-made clothing sold by Max Theodore, Hagley Cor. Also Sweet,-?cr & Co.'s pantsand overalls. / Received by M. Palmbaum & Bro., a large selection newest styles dress goods, silks, trimmings, &c. Prices to suit the "people. Go to S. S. Dalgarn's for the finest raisins, currants, citron, prunes, evapo rated apples, dried peachcs, 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 ;s 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. . Summer Desserts. Housewife, are you interested in some thing new for a quick dessert for hot summer days? You are, then let us sug gest than you try Junket Tablets. If you are not familar with them get a packagc of ten at Beard's Clean Grocery.""These are enough to make ten desserts, which can be made in ten differens ways from one quart of sweet milk. The junket can be combined with fruits or chocolate in many ways. The cost of the tablets is ten cents. One makes the dessert. Remember our vegetable market, which comprises all the fresh staple vegetables. ? Beard's Variety Stores. Business Locals. Red sea oil at Dalfarn'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 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. Leather traveling cases?something very nice?at Dr. Bishop's. Ladies' and children's shoes, a good selection, nt S. H. 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. Counterpanes, napkins, doylies, towel ing, table linen, at Landis's. A full assortment of children's picture books at Dr. Bishop's drjig store. "The Monarch Shirt." white and fancy, the kind that fit, at Ott Bros. Your spripg suit will be correct in every detail if. it comes from Kahn's. For fine stationer}', perfumeries, toilet articles, etc., go to Neiils drug store. The " Walk Over " shoe, the best $3.50 shoe, ten styles for men, at Ott Bros. Postage stamps and postal card1? 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, boysand youths, the kiud that wear, old prices, at Ott Bros. Use Vichy for your table water, and enjoy good health. Chas. E. Scliulte puts 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. 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. Ex pert work at low prices. Just received at J. Wm. Miller's a large line of up-to-date carriages, buggies, run abouts, stick wagons, &c. Wanted.?Old China, Bric-a-brac Rel-' ics, &c. Address John Treblig, 9 North Howard street, Baltimore. Ladies shoes from $1.00 to ?4.00 a pair, and low shoes from 45c to 83.00 a pair at Max Theodore's. Hagley Cor. If you want a man to run an engine or saw-mill, write to J. W. Perks, Myers town, Jefferson county, W. Va. 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. For the best soft drinks and mineral waters, for family or table use, go to Chas. E. Scliulte's new bottling works. Netvotts Spells Neuralgia, headache, rush of blood to the head, numbness, an irrt table temper, loss of appetite, sleepless nights, poor memory and a gen* eral run-down condition. There is no remedy so sure and safe as Dr. Miles' Nervine. From the very first dose its soothing and quieting influ ence can be felt. Nothing in the past has ever equaled it in power of building up weakened nerve tissues and giving strength to the tired body. The weary sufferer who has walked the floor at night with tl. bbing temples and bursting brain, will find restful sleep and sweet repose, and awake feeling strong and refreshed. Dr. Miles' Nervine searches out the weak parts wherever they may be hid and gives them new life and vigor "I used to Buffer from terrible attacks of nervous and sick headache at least once a week, and it seemed that my he: vould split open. I became so weak that the least excitement would unstring my nerves andI J. would have spells when it seemed impossible to get my breath. I had to give up my miliinery business and was on the very verge of the grave when I heard of Dr. Miles' Nervine and began taking it. The very first night I was able to sleep soundly and the next day I felt like a differ ent person. I continued taking the remedy aud now I attend to my customers without any headache or nervousness." Mas. W. I* Bubk, Sailor Springs, IUa> Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold at all druggists on positive guarantee. Write for free advice and bookletts iw. Pr, Miles Medical Co., ? Elkhart, Ind* V iTnrriiniiTi Another Rare Suit Bargain. This time we offer a limited quan tity of MEN'S FASHIONABLE SUITS, made from Worsted Serge and Worbted Cheviot, in Black and Navy Blue. Coats are the nen slmped ?' Military Sacks " made with broad shoulders. Vest and tronsers are cut in the newest fash ion. Tailoring is as good as that in suits usually sold at $15 and $18.? An extraordinary chance purchase enables us to name this piice for all sizes: $0,011. Willi The Leaning; Clotliier, Sadler Block. April 3. REAL ESTATE. FOIt KENT. Office Room and Storage iu McKnight Fac tory. Stable?Fonr Stall*, Large Mow and*Yard. Four Small D A-ellinirs. to 7 rooma. Barber Shop on North Charles street. FOR S LK. Thirteen Dwlllngs, all sl/.og. Eight Fine Lots. centrally located. Oue Lady's Ideul Bicycle. but little uped. One Wooden Wiudlac*. with 5-foot Wheel. One 11-foot Wooden Water Wbod. One Coru Crusher. GEO. H. HAGLEY Plants ! Plants ! A full supply of Vegetable Plants of all kind*? CABBAGE, TOMATO. SWEET l'OTATO. YAM, PEPPER, EGO, ETC., with Celery and Late Cabbage in scasou?all of the very best Taricties. Residence on East Liberty street, opposite M. Scott Wcller's Ma chine Shops, and almost immediately in rear of Presbyteriau church. ' April 1?lm. JOS. D. WATTER3. The Roberts-Hawley LYMPHS AND SERUMS, The New Animal Therapy FOR THE TREATMENT OF All Chronic Affections., STATISTICS SHOW 70 PER CENT. CURED Address D. W. BORDER, M. I). KEARNEYSVILLE, \V. VA. May 23?tf. THE Burdette Fountain Pen. la Equal to any and Superior to Many. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. It has a 14 Kt. gold pen. flows regular and will not leak, you do uot have to 6bake your arm oft to start the iuk to How, writes soon as yon touch paper. TI1E POINT IS INTERCHANGEABLE. It is economy in nsing it,for what your steel pens cost you in a year you could buy one for aud they lubta life time. Price postpaid f 1.50, with two gold bauds 50. >1 S. BURDETTE. 215 N. Queen St. Martiusburg. W. Va April 17?3m. "BROWN" CDLTIV ATORS AND DOUBLE-SHOVEL PLOWS*. RICHMOND DOUBLE AND SINGLE CORN PLANTERS, MICHIGAN WHEEL SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS. PERKY WOOD-FRAME SPRING-TOOTH HARROWS, FLOAT LEVER 8 PR I NO-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 U3ea in the County; The Wonder of the 19th Century, the Wheeler GRAVITY CRE M SEPKRATOR. ? * Call and 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-Oiltng FARM WAGONS. C. N. Coleman. April 3. A SPRING, 1900. Highest Qualities, Perfect Fits, Lowest Prices. Our spring promise to all clothing buyers; a hope realized, a promise fulfilled. That is what everj' sale we make means. We anticipate your wants and wishes, then make the prices irresistible. Our one thought in buying, our cnc 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, tlie'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 collection of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings, your responsibility ends and ours begins when you buy of us. We are right behind cvcr? transaction we make. Come and look at our new stock ; you will find reliable goods at popular prices; yo u will finch 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 THEODORE, Prop. Ilagley's Corner, Charles Town, W. Va. March 27. Our Spring $ Sumner Stock la uow complete and ready for Iuspecti->u. It comprises cvc-.ptbiog in the line of? Dress Goods, Millinery, NOTIONS, ORGANDIES. LAWNS. DIMITIES. GINGHAMS, CARTETS, LACE CUR TAINS, OILCLOTH, MATTINGS, 8IIOES, SLIPPERS, PAItAS JLS, I MBRELLAS, CHINA AND GEAStt WARE, AC. Respectfully. iSnnt* # Shuqert. April 22. DR. NEILL'S DRUG STORE. (SUCCESSOR TO AISQUITH A CO.) Charles ToWn, W, "Va. o PURE FRESH DRUOS, TIIE BEST PROPRIETARY 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.?Envelope, Fine Box Paper., Note, Legal Cap, Letter Pap*T. Fine Line of School Books. Oar line !? complete io every department and our.Jm&Oh tbo lowest. ?^PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded day or uigbt. eyTELEPHONE at Residence and Store: WH. NEILL, M. D., COURT-HOUSE SQUARE. March L7. NE-WEST STYLES A.ND LOWEST PRICES BY SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, SILKB, EM BROIDERIES, LACES. GLOVES. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY. ?fcC. ALSO FULL LINE GENT'S FURNISHINGS. M Palmbaum A Bro., Aoril 10. - Next U* WaUon House. ObarlM Town. W. Ta. New Jewelry Repair StGre The undersigned bos moved into the room of Mr. D. S. Hogbea. lately occupied by Mr. L. A. O&bourn. two doore east of the post office, where be will conduct the business of REPAIRING WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. An experience or 35 years in the busmen* comb es me to guarantee eatiflfaction to all who may favor me with their patronage. Give me a call. FRANCIS BODNER. April 4. 1S&Q. \\T ALL has two houses to rcut. near B. A ? O. Depot. TAX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE ! "On and after thi? date I and my depatiea will be at tbe Sheriff's office to receive Taxes ?a Tuesday and Friday of each week. Tun other (our days ol each week we will make a bouse to honse canvau, and will expect to get tbe money or else will be compelled to levy on property,as we ABSOLUTELY MUST hare it. EUGENE BAKEB, July 18. 1899. Sbetiff. IOWS oo tbe Instalment Flan. March 21. C. T. WALL.