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cbablh Town, W. Va.'. OCTOBER 23, 1000. i ... ? BOOT AND SHOE NEWS. OUK FALL STOCK IS NOW ARRIVING, AND IT WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR YOU TO EXAMINE IT. IT 18 LARGE AND ADAPTED TO EVERT POSSIBLE WANT. I ? YOU ARE IN SEARCH OF RELIABLE BOOTS AND SHOES, COME TO US, MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM GOODS BOUGHT WITH CARE AND SOLD ON REPRESENTATIONS OF MERIT THAT NEVER FAIL. Big Reduction in Ali Summer Goods. MEN'S AND LADIES' LOW SHOES AT COST. STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE. Ott Bros. Local Miscellany. Pay your taxes, says the sheriff. "White Lily flour sold only by Landis. See new adv. of M. Palmbaum & Bro. "White Star coffee sold only by Landis. Oil heating stoves at C. N. Coleman's. Corn and Wood wanted at the SriRiT office. New assortment of gloves at Palm baum's. New table linens and towels at Palm baum's. ^ New underwear and hosiery at Palm baum's. Fine perfumeries, soaps, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. Democratic Club demonstration next Saturday. > Corn knives and Fodder twine at C. N. Coleman's. A. G. Wynkoop sells farms and town properties. Mr Chas C Conklvn has a few fine ap y les for sale. ^ Use Schulte's ginger ale and bottled soda waters. New blankets, comforts and flannels at Palmbaum's. Novelties in Dress Goods and silks at Palmbaum's. C. F. Wall will ship fresh cows again about Oct. 20. Palmbaums arc receiving tall and win ter dress goods. If you want to sell your farm put it in A. G. Wynkoop's hands. Enterprise meat choppers and lard presses at C. N. Coleman's. Ladies' and children's shoes, a good selection, at S. H. Landis's. Wall will ship veal calves, sheep, lambs and fat hogs, Monday, Oct. 31. Boys" school suits, a great stock to se lect from, at Kahn's, Sadler block. "The Monarch Sliirt." white and lancy, the kind that fit, at Ott Bros. For bed bugs use Neill's bed bug ex terminator?a genuine preventative. For fine stationery, perfumeries, toilet articles, etc., go to Neil'.s drug store. The foundation for the new Methodist church at Halltovn is well under way. $16,000 to loan on real estate, in sums to suit. A. G.Wvnkoop, Real Estate A>rt. Excellent fallen apples for sale at a very low price in orchard, by Chas. C. Conk lyn. g Cold breakers?guaranteed to cure a cold in 24 hours. For- sale at Neill's pharmacy. A portion of tlie Powhatan College girls turned out in their new uniforms Sunday morning. Colonial air-tight wood heating stoves, ^ cheapest and most effective heating stove on the market, at C. N. Coleman's. Mr. John O.Johnson has broken ground for a handsome brick cottage for Mr. Cru ger W. Smith on South Samuel street. The new D S Hughes store building "has its elegant plate glass front in, and is rapidly assuming a most handsome ap- | pearance. TWHIIT The father? Gone for the r doctor. The mother? Alone ?with her suffer ing child. Will the doc . tor never come ? When there - is croup in " the house you can't get the doc tor quick enough. It's too dangerous to wait. W Don't make such a mis- [ ?4 take again; It may cost rj a life. Always keep on L] hand a dollar bottle of ^ pectoral n It cures the croup at once. Then when any one in the family comes down with a hard cold or cough a few doses of the Pectoral will cut short the attack at once. A 25 cent bottle will cure a miserable cold; the 50c. size is better for a cold that has been hanging on. Keep the dollar size on hand. "About 25 years ago I came near dyine with consumption, but was lurear "* * w* " ?* mend them to all my friends." C. IX Mjltiikwron, Jan. 1G, 1800. Bristol, Vt. Write the Doctor. If you bar? any complaint whatever ana desire the beat medical advice, write the doctor freely. Address Dr. J. C. Ayeh, Lowell, Hast. . ,?r /r_r a a a ft a a Personal Hention. te^ThlXy. |^ in Winches" town^tTuttr11 W3S " ShCPherdS Hughes ^ade a business trip to Winchester last Thursday. Mrs Latimer, of Hyattsvilie. Md. is vis iting brother and sisters here. IvJr M?Wt Crane left Thursdays \ isit her sister in Roanoke, Va. ! went"to W?Cr' ?f thC Mil[v'"e vicinity, I went to Washington City yesterday. Mrs. Marcellus Kercheval has returned from a visit to relativ.es in Berryville Mr and Mrs Louis Melius, of Washing tonCity, are visiting Mr and Mr, Albert | Miss Dana, ?f New York, has been Rippon! MiSS Ne"ie -r Mr and Mrs J J Singleton have return rndSirisitofscveraiweekstofri-ds Miss Angelica S Crosby has returned no0?a.aNTth'S Caze visa tofhKer Ch6W- Wh? has bee" on a ed to New^York.13'h0me llere' has return trip toOMoHl?I:?-CS haSg?nC?n an officicl Kentucky- t? Dr. and Mre. E. D. Davis, of Lacv relatives in Illinois. Miss Jennie Reeder and Mr. W. e ' an, of Washington Citv vi<;t,.,i ,i family of the editor of the Spirit ok Jef-j *Lkso.\ Jast week, Messrs Junius C and Henry B Daven attendthe^0'",651'1' W??dford came to Braxton Davenport br?tbtr' iMr" in JJr' A]eck Rouss was among the Wash ngton and Lee students who attended ? Fridt0^0;- Wm" L -"-" ere " Avon \Voo'd."n V'Sited hiS father ?? Mrs Feut'r'311 ^ Mr Wartman. have been visiting Mr and m"s Thomls 1- razier, at "Blakeley: - \jZ L * Mllbc""-neand familyreturn ?lelightful v^rioThe'Sstern s" Maryiaod. ? ed him at both services Sunday. J'r f Sr Leisenring and family lef? y esterday for Ellis. Kansas. Mr I else, in their new home. Miss Lulu Dailey, of Harpers Ferry, and Miss Florence Dailey, of Dailey, in this county, have returned from an ex tended visit to Gunner and Mrs F T Ap plegate, of St. Helena, Berkeley, Va. and also to Norfolk, Portsmouth and other places of interest. Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins and wife lett Wednesday for Baltimore Princess Anne county, Md, to visit friends?the Dr, to go from there to Newport News for the meeting of Synod. Dr. H. was called back to attend the funeral of Hon. Wm. L. Wilson, and left again to rejoin Mrs. Hopkins on Saturday. Among the JeffersonAttorneys in atten dance at the U. S. Court this week, we noticed Judge D. B. Lucas, Col. Forrest W. Brown, Capt. George Baylor of Charles Town, Hon. Geo. M. Beltzhoov er, of Shepherdstown, and Col. I as. D. Butt,'of Haqiers Ferry, Referee in Bank ruptcy.?Berkeley Democrat. The Clarke Couier says: "The en gagement of Miss Bettic Rice Page, daughter of Dr. R. P. Page, of this place, and Mr. Charles McCormick Broun, a well-known member ot the Berryville bar, has been annouuced. The wedding will take place in Grace Episcopal Church Wednesday, November 7th, at 6 o'clock in the evening, and will be a very elabo rate affair. Miss Frances Wendling gave a lunch on Monday of last week in honor of her guests. Miss Bessie Allen, of Norfolk, Va., and Miss Hallie Patten, of Monroe county, W. Va. Tl^ose present were Miss Katberine Contad, of Camden, N J; Miss Louise Stockton, Miss Margaret I Kennedy. Misses Hannah and Mamie Howell, Mrs George S Eyster and Mrs Robert S Coupland. The Misses Riddle gave a tea on Tues day afternoon last. Among those invited were: Mrs John E Latimer, ot Hyatts ville, Md, Miss Campbell, of Philadel phia: Miss Paine, of Galveston, Tex; Miss Angelica S Crosby, Misses Lena and Fannie Dawson; Miss Nannie T Richardson, Mrs Cruger W Smith, Mrs John Porterfield, Mrs Frank Beckwith and Mrs Angus W McDonald. You can have any and all diseases of the hair and scalp cured. Ladies can be shampooed at their homes. Chiropodist work, skillfully done by the barber and specialist. A ] Lee, now employed by J H Thompson, the popular barber. Hotel Watson. Arrangements have been made to re ceive bulletins by wire giving the general result of the election, the nightot Nov. 6. Washington Hall has been reserved for this purpose. Those desiring tickets and full information, call on J W Kyle, Man ager Western Union Telegraph Co. . Mr. William Lloyd, a well-known and highly respected citizen of this county, and one of our most thrifty farmers, died on Sunday morning last at his residence near Rippon, atan advanced age. Fu neral services will be held at his late res idence this (Tuesday) morning at 10 o' clock. Interment ii^ Edge Hill Cemetery at this p'ace. Hon. tieorge R. Wendllng will deliver his famous lecture, " Saul of Tarsus," at Washington Hall, on Thurs day." November 8, at 8-p. m.,-for the ben efit of the Mountain Mission. Tickets 50 cents. Reserved seats at Light's Drug store, without extra charge. Public Sales. Friday, October 26?Bloomfield Garden and Green House Property by Frank Beckwith and Joseph Trapnell, special Commissioners. Wednesday, October 31?Personal Property, by Wm Lloyd. Tuesday, November 13.?House and Lot in Charles Town, by George W. Graham, Trustee. Wanted.?Two young men as travel ing salesmen. Apply to J W Wharton, at A M Grim's. Little Annie May, only child of Jas R and Rosie V Appell, died Oct 19, igoo, aged one year. two_months and ten days. Wanted.?Girl to learn photography, willing to work and with some knowledge of drawing. Apply at Dr Bishop's drug store. Another very interesting foreign letter from Mr Wm W Rouss (this one from London) .will be found on our first page to-day. The roof of the dwelling of Jack Tay lor, colored, took fire Wednesday night about half-past nine o'clock, and was slightly burned. " Bull Run to Bull Run," By Capt. George Baylor, now in hand and for sale only by Brown & Hooff, druggists. Price. $2.00. Our city fathers have put in drainage pipes at the intersection of Washington and Samuel streets, and have others "on hand to put in at several other points. Our sales of malt extract las increased 100 per ccnt., for we sell Le.b g brand. It is the best tonic and appetizer on the market. For sale at Neill's pharmacy. $Go per month and expenses can be made by a capable woman. Permanent position. Experience unnecessary.? Write at once for particulars. Clark & Co., 234 S. 4 th St., Phila., Pa. O9-3111. Mr. Randolph H. Morgan died Oc ober 13. IS 0:), aged 55 years an d 7 months. UiarcFt brother, tlunl art sleeping In the colli and silent tomb. And the ones that dearly loved you Now are pluugtd in deepest glo m. By H'a t Isfer. The present season for the Hill-Top House, which is now near the close, is one of the most successful in its history. Pro prietor Lovett says he has fed about 3.000 guests and has taken in $11,000. Some substantial additious and a deep artesian well are in contemplation to be made be fore the next season opens.-H. F. Sentinel. Goi.d ?1.50 Silver $7.20. Copper $36.: Total value, $44.70 per ton. Two of the mines contain mercury valued at $25.00 to $50.00 per ton. Gretest chance ever offered to become interested in what un doubtedly will be the greatest and most profitable mining investments of the gen eration. Tne mines are in Jalisco, Mex ico, is one of the greatest mineral belts on the continent. El Progreso Copper Min ing Co., 63-65 Wall St., New York. Our attention has been called to the fact that the funeral of lion. Wm. L. Wilson, last Friday, was the first one given into the hands of Messrs Osbourn & Stridor since this film has succeeded that of G T Knight & Co. Mr N S J Strider, of the new firm, superintended the burial, and everything, wearc pleased to note, passed off smoothly and credit ably. Like a Great Railway, With its branches running in every direction, are the arteries and veins that convey the blood to every part of the sys tem. A cold, by $udden changes and ex posure, may cause poisonous acids to cjog the circulation, and then comes rheuma tism." Beware! If you value your life remove the obstruction with Dr. Drum mond's Lightning Remedy. Send i<5 to Drummond Medicine Co., New York, and they will send you two large bottles by express, enough for a months treat ment?with full special directions. Agents wanted. Is Your Platter Turned Up? There is an old saw which goes.? "When it rains porridge my platter is turned up". We want your platter turned up ready to receive some of the new fresh cakes and crackers received at the Clean Grocery. These are some of them: Tutti Frutti, Dessert Creams, Apricot Creams, Raspberry Newtons, Sultana Fruit, Lem on Snaps. Vanilla Crisps, Orange Slices. Our Shrewsbury Oyster Crackers and Pulverized Sea Foam Wafers will please you when you have fried oysters again. Come and taste of ourgood things. Bevrd's Variety'Stores. The Boyd land, eighty acres, half-mile east of Charles Town, was sold by Cleon Moore and F. W. Brown, special commis sioners, at $71 per acre?Mr. Jacob Dut terer, purchaser. Don't Get Thin Get fat; get nice and plump ; there is safety in plumpness. Summer has tried your food-works; winter is coming to try your breath-mill. Fall is the time to brace yourself. But weather is tricky; look out! Look out for colds espec ially. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the subtlest of helps. It is food, the easiest food in the world; it is more than food, it helps you digest I your food, and get more nutri , ment from it. Don't get thin, there is safety in plumpness. Man woman and child. If you have not tried it, send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise you. * SCOTT & BOW NB, ? . Chemists, 409 Pearl Street, New York. I 50c. and Ji.oo; all druggist. Business Locals. Red sea oil at Dalparn's. Loose shredded cocoanut at Daigdrn's.' Six mules to sell, good wot iters; by C. F. Wall. Latest tiiits in . stationery - at Dr. Bishop's. Go to Dalgarn's for heavy duck coats, gum-lined. Fine toilet soap, all kinds. See at S. 'H. Landis'. Bring your bacon, lard, potatoes.butter, eggs, &c., to Landis. Pictures framed and frames made to order at Dr. Bishop's. Dr. Bishop's Comp. Cough Syrup cures' coughs and cqlds. 25 cents. ' Do not forget Max Theodore's men's fine shoes from $1.00 to $4.50 a pau. New line guaranteed scissors, pocket cutlery and razors at C. N. Coleman's. Prescriptions carefully compounded by a competent druggist at Neill's drug store. Kahn, Sadler block,Has on exhibi tionthe very latest fall shapes in men's and boys' hats. Sterling silver novelties, in letter seals, glove and shoe buttoners, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. Use Vichy for your table water, and enjoy good health. Chas. E. Schulte puts up the very best. Superfluous hair, moles,wartsandother facial blemishes removed by electricty by Dr. J. P. Bishop. Morrell's Iowa's Pride hams are guar anteed first-class in every respect. StJld by S. H. Landis. For exquisitely handsome pictures? medalions, engravings, etchings, etc".? go to Dr. Bishop's. Paints of all colors in pound cans, for flower pots and wood work of all kinds, at Neill's drug store. Mr. Charles E. Schulte's mineral wa ters?Vichey, Kissengen, etc.?on sale at Dr. Neill's drug store. Persian lawn, India linens, nainsooks, apronette, dimity, long cloth, cheap as ever before at Landis*. All kinds of typewriting done neatly and promptly, and on short notice, at the office of Moore & Moore. Wanted.?Old China, Bric-a-brac Rel ics, &c. Address John Treblig, 9 North Howard street. Baltimore. Ladies shoes from $1.00 to$4.oo a pair, and low shoes from 45c to $3.00 a pair at Max Theodore's, Ilagley Cor. For rubber tire stanhope bike wagons, runabouts, in-fact can put rubber tires on any wheel in the house, see J Wm Miller. Corn crushing and grinding, sawing, planing, and wire and picket fence man ufactured by John A. Blake, at Roselle Mill. J Wm Miller sells the Acme Tubuler axle farm wagons; also the Auburn wa gons, made in our sister county, of best hickory. Married October 17, 5 P. M., by Rev. F. A. Strothcr, at the parsonage in Summit Point, W. Va., Mr. Jos'jua Davis of Clarice coun ty, Va., to Sliss JIattie May Chapman, of JclTerfon county, W. Va. For Sale.?A Square Hot Air and Vapor Bath Cabinet, new pattern, brand new, at a low price. I am usingoneof these Cabinets myself, and am much pleased with its re sults. Apply to M. Kebcmeval. Harper Wlilskey Received Gold nedal. Paris, Aug 25.?American whiskies received the official approval Of the ex position to-day, when Gold Medal was awarded to Bernheim Bros, Louisville, Ky? ou their I W Harper whiskey. Sold in Charles Town, W Va, by Geo. W Thomas. Married October 17, 6 P. M? by Rev. F. A. Strother, at Mr. Moses Trussell's, Mr. Je roire B. Coyleto Miss Mollie 13. Payne. The marriage was witnessed by the near rela tives and friends of the couple, and a beau tiful supper was enjoyed, presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Trussell. sister of the bride. Messrs. Chew <fc Norris, real estate agents, have s"Ki to Mr. Mason Clipp thirty acres of land adjoining the farm he recently purchased of them. This track was owned by Capt. .Jno. T. Colston, and was form erly a part of the Baugher land. Do you owe taxes? Pay up and save osts. Especially fine celluloid brush and comb sets at Dr. Bishop's. Leather traveling cases?something very nice?at Dr. Bishop's. A full assortment of children's picture books at Dr. Bishop's drug store. At the N. Y. Racket Store Is the place to buy 3 our winter nnderweur, mens heavy undershirts 15. 21, 25, 3S, 40. 45 50c; all wool 50a to $1.50; ladies vests 15, 18 2J, 25 32 and 453; all wool 50 to 90.-; Eauts same price as vesU; childrens er.vv vests 8 10, 12 14 Iff, 18. 20, 22, 25 and SOe; infants all wool 18 and L0l';bovf shirts or drawer.-. 20 ai.d l'6c; we have a big stock of ladies e.Ioatts and capes and can eive you big vali..,9.cloth capes 75; up $7 00; plush capos $140 to J7.00: fur collaretts and capes all prices from $1.25 up to JO.CO; all of onr ladios bats are now open for your inspection; we bavo the largest sleek or ladies hats, ribbons, trimmings, velvets. <te , that yen will find outside of tb? l.irgo ei ies nnd our prices are 1-iwer thnn ever; we have jut-1 received the th id lot g 'If rnd walking lints < ur ffcll stock of shoes are just hit v e have cn- ot the Jart:<st shocks of ladies, gents and childrens shoes in Charles Tuwn all styles and pries to Buit every bod\, all of our Lest shoos ?iianant>ad; we have j'i>t opened a lot of toys, baskets and holiday goods,now is tl e tin_e to buy j our holiday goods w hile cur stock "is full nnd complete. J. W. Cokfman. Mr. M. L. Wolpe, the enterprising and hustling West End grocer and furniture dealer, has rented the east room in the maikct houte building, formerly occupied by W. B Davis, and after November 1 will be con ducting two stores instead of one. Oar city lathers are going to put in a new glass front and other improve ments. Mr. Wolpu's business has increased so fnst that bis present quarters does not afford him near enough lloor space to accommodate the large stock he Qnds nccessary to carry. We understand the store now occupied will be devoted to the display of furnilute and the new lo cation to that of groceries and no lions. Mr. Wolpe began business here a little over three years ago in a very modest, way. and his gradual success strongly emphasizes that bis methods of transacting business have beta honorub'.e and upright, a large and increasing trade attest ing a well earned popularity. Church Items. Regular service in the Charles Town Baptist Ghuyeh next Sunday morning. Rev. C. N. Campbell preached in the Presbyterian church last Sunday. Services in St. James' Catholic Church, Charles Town, on the 4th Sunday of each month, at 10:10 a. m. Rev F A Strother will begin a protract ed meeting at Middleway next Sunday. Preaching at 10:30 a m and7;3o p m each day during the week. The Aid Society of the M. E. Church South, at Kabletown, will hold a Thanks giving Feast on Thankgiying day. Dinner and supper. Turkeys, oysters, soup. A series of meetings will be held by the Charles Town Baptist Church, commenc ing on Sunday, the 28th in at. The pastor will be aided by Paster Johnson, of Ha gerstown. Third Quarterly Meetings. ME Church South: Shepherdstown, (Bethesda.) Nov io-ii; Shenandoah Junction, (Bakerton.) 11? Charles Town, (Bethany.) 17-18; Jefferson, (Leetown.) 14-25. The Aid Society of the M. E. Church South will hold an Oyster Supper in the the Cnssman & Morrison warehouse at Summit Point on Friday and Saturday, November 1 and 2. begiving each^ even ing at 0 o'clock. Proceeds for the bene fit of the parsonage. The public cordial ly invited. On .Monday night, Oct 29, a series of meetings will begin in Charles Town un der the auspices of the Brptist church. Pastor T J Johnson, of Hagerstown, will preach every night next week, and will also conduct an afternoon service com mencing at 2:30 o'clock. All are cor dially invited to attend these meetings. Rev. F. A. Strother closed his re - val meeting at Kabletown on Tues day evening and began a meeting on Wednesday at Ramey's school house, which will cootinue until next Wednesday. Preaching each evening at 7$ P. M. There will be several additions to the church at Kabletown from the rccent revival The Jefferson County Sunday School Convention will meet in the Charles Town Baptist Church Oct. 26 and 27, and on the afternoon and evening of the 28th. The executive committee is arranging an interesting programme of exercises for the occasion. G. M. Beltzhoover, of Shepherdstown, is president of the con vention. and C. H. Sbipman, of Charles Town, secretary. Watch our windows for the "real thing" in men's wear. Kahn's, Sadler Block. We are showing the finest display of high art clothing ever brought to this city- Kahn's. Sadler Block. For sale, valuable Jefferson county farms; also town property, including some valuable building lots. Moore & Moore. Ui*. Tomlinson's DENTAL OFFICE, Corner o? Charles axd Lirertt CHARLESTOWTSL . ^HK Bradbury Piano, the administra tion piano?32 years in the White House. No more substantial or gratifying tribute could be paid to America's great piano. It is used by America's greatest citizens, including the last 7 presidents of this great nation, and by scores of the most prominent senators, congressmen and public officials of the past decade. Its sweet mellow tone swells with delightful harmony the parlors of over 50,000 Amer ican homes. It is the piano ot Americans for Americans and by Americans. Sold on monthly payments ot $10. Orders ?n. , tuning and repairing, at the Weirick building, Charles Town, W. Va Respectfully. D. J. Porter. Fall Fashions Our line of Men's Suits for winter wear is now ready for your inspec tion. The display embraces all that is new and desirable in ready-to wear garments,and is without a doubt the largest and choicest exhibit of fashionable clothing ever shown in this city. hi. kin. The Leading Clothier, Sadler Block. Sept. 13. Are here. So is our large line of School Suits. We have made spccial effort this season to show the best assorted stock of Boys' Clothing in the State. Every style for boys, ages 3 to 19, will be found in our mammoth stock. School Days GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bougiit In Use For Over 30 Years Ad Appropriate Holiday Present. N. B.?All Kindt; of Country Produce Taken In Exchange. What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops aud Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphines nor otlicr Narcotic substance. Its aj?o is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation and flatulency. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacca?The Mother's Friend. Oct. 15?4m. COME AND SEE US, Yours anxious to please.. Osbnrn & Strider The Kind You Have Always Bought, and vrhicli has been in use for over 30 years, has borne tho sigrnatnro of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its inflmcy. Allowno one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment. THIS IS BUSINESS, NO POL ITICS, One of those BEAUTIFUL 52.50 ELECTRIC LIGHT LAMPS u ill he given to eucli and every one of our customers purchasing 2f> gallons of our heat WATER WHITE OIL AT 10 CENTS PER GALLON. The lamp can be obtained by purolifpiiiir oil fu tingle callous if desired, and every gallon of oil guaranteed or juouey refund ed Oar Fall Stock Has Arrived and If complete in every respect. Everything will be sold at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES DR. NEILL'S DRUG STORE. (SUCCESSOR TO AISQU1TH & CO.) Charles Town, W, Va. PURE FRESH DRUGS, ? THE BEST PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS AND CHEMICALS. FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, FINE TOILET 80APS, TRUSSES, BRACES AND BANDAGES. Full Line Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, THE BEST CIGARS IN THE TOWN. STATIONERY.?Envelop s, Fine Box Papers, Note, Legal Cap, Letter Paper. Fine Line of School Books. Our line is complete in every department and onr prices the lowcsL erPHTSICIANS PRE8CRUTI NS compounded day or uight. CarTELEPHONE at I'esidencc and Store. WM. NEILL, M. D., COURT-HOUSE SQUARE. March 27. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, MERCHANTS, FARMERS. Everybody intending to build or remodal can save time and money by leaving or sending their orders for Doors, Sash, Blinds, Dressed and Undressed Lunber, BRACKETS, CORNICE AND MOULDINGS, FENCING, CEILING. FLOORING, MANTELS. AC., TO THE Charles Town Steam Saw and Paning Mill. ?^"Satisfaction will he given as to prices and quality of work. Terms Reasonable. WM. PHILLIPS' SONS. REAL ESTATE. FOR KENT. Tbc Store Room lately occupied hy Geo. 8. Lewi*, with upp r room, saui-; Fire. The two New Dwellings near tlie etooe bridge, nearly completed. Also one Seveu-Koom Dwelling on Charles street. FOR SALE. 10.000 feet of Prime Second-Hand Lumber ?Frame and boards. Two Egg and *2 Hard Coal Stores. GEO. H. HAGLE7. Removed ONE DOOR ABOVE CARTER HOUSE. I have removed my office to the building one door above the Carter House, wbere 1 will contince tbe Grain and Commission busi ness. I also represent tbe Provident Life and Trust Company, tbe "beat Lite Insurance Com pany. as reported by Insurance Commission ers. in Ibe United States. Will be clad to see friends and patrons in my new quarters. jan.34-u. a. c. Washington, Agt. Jefferson County Farms FOR SALE. Ninety acres on Winchester road, three miles from Charles Town. Fme grain and stom land. A comfortable dwelling. Large sprine and'cress pond at the door. An excel lent dairy farm. Two hundred and eighty acr*s in same lo cality as above, in highest cultivation. Com modious dwelling Large bank barn and al most every other desirable improvement. For price and terms apply to B. B. WASHINGTON. Nor. 28, Charles Town, W. Va, Executor's Notice. The undersigned baring qualified u Execu tor of Backus Briscoe, deceased, all pcraoni indebted to bis efVate are hereby notifl d to make prompt payment of the fame. Those haviug elaSurs against said estata will pleaw present them, properly authenticated, foi settlement. 3. OAKLAND HUHST, Oct,X6-3t. Ei'r of Backus Britcoc, dee d. Of the condition, of S:ate Banks Iu IhcCcuutv of JeBcisoo, State of West Virginia. Bank of Charles Town, . Charles Town. TV. Vo. L H. STKIDER. Pree. ?. A. PORTER FIELD, Cash.er. Incorporated April 1, 1STI. RESOURCES. Leant and discount* f117,560 51 Overdraft?., OK) 55 Banking house 0.100 00 Furniture and fixtures 575 00 Mnnlclpvl bonds 10,000 00 Railroad bonds and stocks 10.000 00 Other stocks and bonds 1,500 00 Premium; on bonds 413 50 Lice from National t>i ks 23.783 93 line from state b inks 4.102 74 Current expenses 223 79 Cash items : 457 26 Cash ou band 8,768 45 Revenue stamp account 151 00 Total *188,206 73 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid up $50,000 00 Surplus fund 4,477 63 Dividend.') unpaid .. ... 102 00 Other undivided profits, via: Discount 1,671 30 Exchange 33 07 Due to National banks . 4.851 OS Duo to state banks 2,593 55 State deposits 3,867 47 Individual deposits, viz: Subject to check 116,131 63 Total/ *183.206 73 State of West Virginia, Ariditoi V Office, Charleston, I, L. M. LA FOl.LETTK, Auditor of tha State of West Vligiuia, do herhby certify th t the foregoing is a true statemeut of the con dition of the above named banc at the close of business on the 6th day of June, 1900, as appears from the report of the State Bank Examiner, uiade to this odice on September 30, 1900. Given under my hand this the 10th day of October, 1900. L. M. LaFOLLETTE, Oct, 16?3t. Auditor. PUBLIC^ SALE ! Having rented my farm and decided to dis continue farming, I will sell at Public Auction, at my resldeuce, six miles South of Charles Town, and one-lialf mile East of Rlppon, Jef ferson County, W. Va., on Wednesday, October 31, 1900, ail of my personal property, as follows : FOURTEEN HEAD OF HORSES and Colts. 3 of which are good work horses, 10 are highbred drivers, running from 3 to 5 years old. S pairs of them well matched, both in style and color ; nil are well brokeu atd stylish : 2 weaning colts ; SIXTEEN HEAD OF CATTLE 4 of which are fulr milch co**s, 3 of them thoroughbred Jerseys; 1 3-year-old steer, I thoroughbred Jersey bull, balance are nice younit cattle ; EIGHTEEN HEAD OF IIOGS 8 fine brood sows and pigs, 15 young hogs that will weigh IN) pound*. FARMING IMPLEMENTS: 1 4-horse (Auburn) wagon and bed. nearly new ; 1 4-horse farm wagon, I 3- horse wagon and bed, 1 heavy spring wagon, 1 stick wagon, 1 cart and harness. 1 Oobourn Columbia bin der In good condition. 1 wheat drill, 1 mower. 1 horse rake,3 pair shelving*,1 spring wheeled harrow. 2 barsueur plows, I Oliver, 1 South land : 8 double and single shovel plows, 1 Hoosier com drill, I * orn coverer, I wheat fan, I cider mill, 1 cutting box, 1 corn shelter, t gialn cradle, wagon harnens complete for 4 horse team.6 collars. tt bridles. 5 halters* 1 set Yankee harness,3 sets double driving harness, L set single haruesv, 1 set blacksmith tools complete, 1 cook stove, thrlble double and slrglu tree*, 1 buggy pole, forks, rakes, shov els. noes, mattock*, breast, butt and log chain*,spreader*, crowd-sticks and many oth er articles not mentioned. TERMS OF SALE,?All sums of $10.00 and ' less, Cash ; On sums over $ 10.00 a credit of Twelve Mouths will be given, purchaser to* srive Negotiable Note, with satisfactory en dorsement. payable at the Bank of Charles Town, and bearing interest from date. No property to be removed unt'l settled for. 8ale to commence at 10 a. m. sharp. VVM. LLOYD; Dau'el Heflebower and A. I), Loyd, Auc tioneers. B. F. Yates. Clerk. Oct, 9. TAX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE ! On and after tbls date I and my deputies will Ihj at the Sheriff's office to receive Taxes on Tuesday and Friday of each week. Tne >tbcr four days of cacli week we will tnake a house to house canvass, and will expect to ifet tbc money or else will be compelled to levy on property,as we ABSOLUTELY MUST have it EUGENE BAKER, July 18.1809. Sheriff. Stockholders' Meeting. The tmnual meeting of tbe Stockholders of tbc Kalilctown and Hloomery Turnpike Com pany will be held at tbe Court-house la Charles Town on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1900. at 11 o'clock a. m., for tbe purimse of electing a Board of Directors. N. CONRAD, Oct. 9. Secretary and Treasurer, Strayed or 8tolen. Three White Chester Shoats disappeared from my pens adjoining Washington A Alex ander's Furtill7.fr Warehouse, about October 1st. lttfO Would be pleased to bear from fbctn. aud If stolen, will give 910.00 Iteward for arr<st and conviction of |>urtle? who stole or assisted In stealing them. Oct. 16. C. V. WA1.L. Tax Discount Notice. A Discount of per cent, will be allowed on all Taxe* due the Corporation of ibarle* Town for the year 1900, if paid daring tbe month of October, 1000. After that time no discount. The undersigned will be at tbe Council liooin from 9 to 3 each dar to receive -arne. J. A. R. MATH EN A. Collector. Apples, Apples. Lots of Apples at Orchard?Choice Stock and Windfalls. Falleu apples (or 15c., and on trees for 35.-. Plenty of Heatb and other tplended can* nine peaches at orchard for ten days or two weeks. Sept. :?? ROUS8 BROTHERS. Order of Publication. Tbe State of West Virginia, Jefferson couLtf. to-wit: At Rnies beld In tbe Clerk's office of tbe Clrmlt Court of Jefferson county, tbe first Monday in October, 1900. REBECCA ELIZABETH BEST Plaintiff, VS. JACOB 8. BEST Defendant. OBJECT OF SUIT. Tbe object of tbls suit is to obtain a divorce from tbc bonds of matrimony, and sninooney and alimony. It appearing, on affidavit filed in this snit, that tbe defendant Jacob 8. Best is a non-resi dent of tbe 8t*tu of West Virginia, be is bereby required tc appear within One Month after tbe nate of tbe first publication of tbis order, arid do what is necessary to protect bis interest in tbis matter. J NO. M. DANIEL, Clerk of tbe Circuit Court. Pokkkst W. Brows, P. Q. Oct- 2 -41. For an appetizing tonic and bracer use Hance Bros. & White's malt extract, the cheapest on the market. At Neill's drug store. Schloss Bros. & Co.'s tailor-made clothing;soldiSyilax Theodore, Hagley Cor. Also Sweet, Orr & Co.'s pants and overalls. Goto S. S. Dalgara's for the finest raisins, currants, citron, prunes, evapo rated apples. dried peaches, lemons, "Wtfv tracts, and a large assortment of nuts.