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(^BAULKS Tows. W. Va.. OcTOllEIt SO, 1900. BOOT AND SHOE NEWS. OUR FALL STOCK IS NOW ARRIVING, AND IT WILL BE A PLEASURE FOH YOU TO EXAMINE IT. IT IS LARGE AND ADAPTED TO EVERY POSSIBLE WANT. I ?" YOU ARE IN SEARCH OF RELIABLE BOOTS AND SHOES, COME TO US, MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM GOODS BOUGHT WITH CAKE AND SOLD ON REPRESENTATIONS OF MERIT THAT NEVER FAIL. Big Reduction in All Summer Goods. MEN'S AND LADIES' LOW SHOES AT COST. STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE. Ott Bros. Local Miscellany. Electioa only one week off. Vote the Democratic ticket. Pay your taxes, says the sheriff. AY all has been selling lots ot cattle. White Lily flour sold only by Landis. White Star coffee sold only by Landis. Oil heating stoves at C. N. Coleman's. Buy your stock cattle and feeders of Wall. Corn and Wood wanted at the Spirit office. Wall does the cattle trade of the Lower Valley. 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 pertumeries, soaps, etc., at Dr. Bishop's. Corn knives and Fodder twine at C. N. Coleman's. I he Powhatan College colors are white and purple. A. G. Wynkoop sells farms and town propertied. Use Scl%te's ginger ale and bottled soda waters. New blankets, comforts and flannels at Palmbaum's. Novelties in Dress Goods and silks at Palmbaum's. Palmbaums are receiving fall and win ter dress goods. Pictures framed and frames made to order at Dr. Bishop's. If you want to sell your farm put it in A. G. Wynkoop's hands. Enterprise meat choppers and lard presses at C. N. Obleman's. Ladies' and children's shoes, a good selection, at S. H. Landis'?. Boys' school suits, a great stock to se lect from, at Kahu's, Sadler block. "The Monarch Shirt." white and fancy, the kind that fit, at Ott Bros. Why didn't you wait and get cattle from W all, you would have saved money. For fine stationer}-, perfumeries, toilei articles, etc., go to Neills drug store. The " "\\ alk Over " shoe, the best $3.50 shoe, ten styles for men, at Ott Bros. $16,000 to loan on real estate, in sums tosuit. A. G. Wynkoop, Real Estate Agt. Use Vichy for your table water, and enjoy good health. Chas. E. Schulte puts up f e very best. S upertluous hair, moles, warts and other facial blemishes removed by electric ty by Dr. J. P. Bishop. Morrell's Iowa's Pride hams are guar anteed first-class in every respect. Sold by S. H. Landis. Geo. Baylor, Geo. Marlow, C. B. Cole man, W. F. Dutterer and others bought quite a number of cattle of Wall last Saturday and Monday. We are indebted to our old colored friend. John Thornton for an expression of kindness in the form of a good mess of turnips, for which we returned thanks. ON GU ARD The warning cough is the faith ful sentinel. It tells of the approach of consumption, whichhaskilled more people than war and pestilencc com bined. It tells of painful chests, sore lungs, weak throats, bron chitis, and pneu monia. Do not suffer another day. It's useless, for there's a prompt and safe cure. It is ehem; pectoral < which cures fresh colds and coughs in a single night and masters chronic , coughs and bronchitis in a short time. Consump tion is surely and cer tainly prevented, and cured, too, if taken in time. A 25c. bottle for a fresh cold; SOc. size for older colds; $1 size for chronic coughsand consumption i ? ? i i i " I always keep a bottle of Aver's Cherry Pectoral on hand. Then every time I get cold I take a little of it and I am better at once." James O. Bcquor, Oct. 19,1898. El Paso, Texas. ?s ? Write the Doctor. If tod lmvo any complaint whatever mm desire the best medical advice, -write the Doctor freely. Address Dr. J. C. A tee, Lowell* ~ ^ ^ a * ? u K ? T 4 ? a Personal ilention. > Mr Ray Goetz spent Sunday in Win chester. Col B D Gibson was in Wincheste: Thursday. Mrs Martha Beall left Tuesday for At lanta, Ga. Mrs H H Kennedy is visiting friends in Maryland. Miss Nannie S Abell, of Martinsburg, is visiting friends here. Mrs. D. A. Phillips visited her sisterin Washington City recently. Miss Anna Mitchell is spending a week with friends in Hagerstown. Misses Maggie and Bettie Welsh were up from Washington Sunday. MrThomas Bcller, of Washington City, made a short visit to relatives in town. Miss Agnes Phillips, of Wasaington City, is visiting her parents in this place. Mrs Nancy Dalgarn has returned from an extended visit to relatives at Bardane. MissSallie Blew, of the Kearneysville vicinity.lias been visiting friends in town. Miss Dana, of New York, has been vis iting Miss Nellie Crittenden, near Rip pou. We are pleased to see Mr Wm B Wood ward out again since his recent severe ill ness. Mrs L C Strider and daughter. Miss Kmrna, have returned to Washington City. Mr. S. Lee Phillips has been absent the past week attending Synod at Newport News. Mr Kearsley Selden. ot Knoxville, Tenn, is visiting his aunt. Mrs H H Cooke. Misses Maud and Maggie Fry. of Mid dle way, have been visiting friends in Clarke. Mr Arthur Thomas has been up from Washington, on a brief visit to the home folks here. Mrs Richard D Rutherford, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, is visiting her mother, Mrs A M Forrest. Mr and Mrs Chas P Light, of Martins burg, have been visiting Mr and the Misses Keerl. Mr. Harison Tyler, of Loudoun coun ty. Va., is visiting Capt. "Milton Rouss. at "Avon Wood." Mrs Chas II Trail, of Harpers Kerry, is visiting relatives and triends at White Sulphur Springs. ^' James Trussell, of Kearneysville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Clayton L Haines. Mr Andrew Bowling, President or the Jefferson Milling Company, was in Charles Town yesterday. Miss Sara W. Coeleft on Thursday tor Frostburg, Md, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Olin Beall. Mr. and Mrs. R. Gray Williams, of Winchester, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mason, Jr. Mr and Mrs Edwin D Matthjei and lit tle daughter. Dorothy, of Frostburg, Md, are visiting their relatives here. Miss Nannie T Richardson left on Thursday for Omaha, Neb, where she will spend the winter with her brother. Hon H S Cushwa, Democratic nominee fo ? District Delegate, was in town yester day, circulating among the people. . Mr. II. J. Chamblin, of this vicinity, spent Monday of last week with his son, Mr I hos I', Chamblin, in Shepherdstown. Mrs Georgianna Young, of Berryville, has heen spending several days with her mother, Mrs Margaret Dooley, in this place. Messrs Harvey Shaner and Clifton Col-, lier, of Washington City, have been on a visit to the family of Policeman \V S Morris. Capt and Mrs A J Thompson, of Clarke county, spent a couple of days last week with the family of Mr B F Ramey, at '? Marqlie." Our former townsman Dr C Frank Jones, now City Coroner of Baltimore, was in Charles Town a short while last Wednesday. Mr T B Miskimon and family, of Wes ton, are visiting the homo of their grand parents, Mr and Mrs Thomas W Beale.at Harpers Ferry. Mr Wm Conklyn, of Clarke county, Va., gave us apleasaut call yesterday, on his way honle from a most enjoyable trip to Hampshire county. Miss Annie Ramey, daughter of Mr. Benj. Ramey of Charles Town, is the guest of Mrs. B W. Vorus, in the Briggs neighborhood. Miss Ramey has many friends here who always welcome her on her visits to Clarke.?Courier. The engagement is announced ot Miss Ira GolT, of Clarksburg, niece of Judge Nathan Goff, to MrSpriggD Camden, of Parkersburg, nephew of ex-United States Senator J. N. Camden. The wedding, which will'occur on December 5, will unite two of the wealthiest and most in fluential families in the State. Mr and Mrs Fergus P Ferris, of Wash ington City, are the guests of Mrs Frank K Ott in this place. Mrs Ferris is r. sis ter of Mrs Ott. Mr and Mrs Ferris have recently returned from Cuba, where Mr Ferris held the position of disbursing officer for the U S Treasury Department, with headquarters in Havana. Miss Sallye Faulkner, daughter of Ex Senator C. J. Faulkner, returned Wed nesday from Europe, where, in company with Governor Kellogg, Miss May Wells and Miss Burdette, of Washington, she attended the Paris Exposition and toured the British Isles, Switzerland, Italy, Ger many, France, and all the points of in terest on the Continent. Just before going to press we learn of the death of Mr Thomas A Tearney, youngest son of ex-Sheriff Edward Tear ney. which occurred at the residence oi his father, at Harper's Ferry. The de ceased was a brother of Rev Father Tearney. of the Catholic Church, and Mr George Tearney, Teller of the First National Bank of Jefferson at Charles Town, and a brother-in-law of Col J Garland Hurst, nominee for State Treas urer on the Democratic ticket. He was aged about thirty-five years, and hat! been in declining health for a long while, but the immediate cause of his death, we understand, was typhoid fever. His fun eral will take place from St Peter's Church, Harpers Ferry, to-morrow, I (.Wednesday,) at 11 a m. Castleman-'Dawson Wikciikstkb, Va., Oct. 2L?At 2 o'clocl this afternoon Miss Pauline Dawson, o Charles Town. W. Vs., was married to Mr John 8. Caatleman, of Jefferson county, W Vo. at tho home of Mrs. Gen. John G. Walk' er, the bride's aunt, in this city. Only ini mediate members of the families witnessed the ceremony. The house had been beauti fully decorated for the occasion. As ttit bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Charles L. Dawson, entered tne draw ing room, her uncle. Major Eugene W. Bay lor, rendered a wedding march from one -ol his own compositions. The only attendant was the best man, the groom's brother, Dr. Henry Castleman. Rev. R. 8. Conpland, ol Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town, per formed the ceremony. A wedding break fast was then served and afterward Mr. and Mrs. Castleman left on a Northern weddinj trip. Upon their return they will resid< upon Mr. Castleman's estate, near Charles Town. The bride is a daughter of the lat< Major Lucien L. Dawson, of the TInitec States Marine Corps, and a niece of Misi Frances Courtney Baylor, the authoress. Hon. George R. Wendllng will deliver his famous lecture, " Saul ol Tarsus," at Washington Hall, on Thurs day, November 8, at S p. m., for the ben efit of the Mountain Mission. Tickets 5c cents. Reserved seats at Light's Drug store, without extra charge. Vote for all the candidates on the straight Democratic ticket, and get yojn neighbor to do likewise. An elegant new stock of dry goods, notions, queensware, boots and shoes, groceries, and provisions, just received by D. S. Hughes. Miss Abbie Beavers was the success ful contestant in the recent spelling con test in the Sixth Grade at the Charles Town Graded School. $6o 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. Or)-3m. Public Sales. Wednesday, October 31?Personal Property, by Wm Lloyd. Tuesday, November 13.?House and Lot in Charles Town, by George W. Graham, Trustee. 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 I Lee, now employed by J H Thompson, the popular barber. Hotel Watson. The sale of personal property of Mr. Wm Lloyd, in consequence ot his death, will not come off as liercfore advertised. The property, however, will be sold by A. D. Myers, agent for Mrs Lloyd, on Wednesday, November 14, Sec advertise ment in this issue. Arrangements have been made to .re ceive bulletins by wire giving the general result of the election, the nightot Nov. 6. Washington Ilall has been reserved for this purpose. Those desiring ticketsand full information, call on J W Kyle, Man ager Western Union Telegraph Co. The ladies who are assisting with the I Independent Steam Fire Company Fair, which is to be held on Monday and Tues- i day, Nov 5 and 0, are requested to meet at the Charles Broadway Rouss Memorial Hall, on Thursday evening, November 1st, at 7 p m, to make final arrangements. The old postoffiee room. Washington Hall Building, has been undergoing a considerable transformation the past week, preparatory to its occupation by Mr. M. L. Wolpe. Messrs Woody & Baker took the old brick front out, and Mr. F. L. Bellcrlias substituted for it an open front. The old Williams property at Harpers Ferry, located on the Shenandoah river, was burned down a few nights ago, sup posed to have been set on fire by tramps. It has withstood several floods, although the great flood of 1S70 washed a good bit of the walls away. The building was a large, two-storv stone structure. As Goon a Judge as John W. Mack ay. the Presideut of the Postal Telegraph au<l Commercial Cable Co.. one of the bonanza kings, who til dc a vast fortune in mining is quoted ae saying that every-onc should imest something in milling The re- I turns. If any, ore certain to he large. For particulars of a mining investment of the right kind that, bids fair to eclipse the mines of this countrv. Address El. Pkoqkeso Covpkh Mining Co., 63-65 Wal! Street, New York. The Bryan and Stevenson Club held a large meeting in the court-house Friday night, which was addressed by R. Gray Williams, a prominent lawyer of Win chester. Va, who made a very strong pre sentation of the issues involved in the campaign. His address was enthusiasti cally received. Mr. Williams was intro troced by Hon. B. D.'Gibson president of the club. Do Your Hands Chap and Burn ? At Beard's Variety Stores, is a lotion especially prepared for chapped hands. It is a mild and soothing preparation, daintily perfumed, and will at once allay all inflamation and irritation attendent upon chappcd skin. Don't have to wear gloves at night with it. Cosmo Butter milk Soap.at Sc a cake, is another bargain at Beard's, where awaits many other nice things to interest you. Miss Hallie Krminie Rive?, the author ess. who raised the money for the Rouss Bust Fund, toward which the Independ ent Fire Company and citizens of Charles Town contributed liberally, is suffering from brain fever at her Fifth avenue apartments. New York. Her friends as sert that her illness, which is quite serious, has been caused by Miss Rives' worry over the sharp criticisms of pulpit and press on her latest novel, "A Furnace of Earth." Mrs. Sappington, of Monongah, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Hiatt, of Laird avenue, died Tuesday at the City Hospi tal. Mrs. Sappington underwent an op eration at the hospital last Saturday, and though she rallied temporarily a relapse cameTuesday which resulted in lier death. The funeral services will be held this af ternoon at 2:33 at the residence of Rev. Mr. Hiatt. Burial in the Mt. Olivet cemetery. Mrs Sappington was twenty four \ cars of age, ai.d was the wife of Mr. i Harry Sappington, She was a most ex cellent ^oun< woman, and her untimely death brings arrow to a very large circle 1 of friends??arkersburg NewJ, Oct, 18. Business Locals. Red sea oil at Dalparn's. Loose shredded cocoanut at Dalgarn's. Do yon owe taxes? Pay up and save costs. Six mules to sell, good workers, by C. F. Wall. Latest tints in stationery at Dr. Bishop's. Go to Dalgarn's fop heavy cluck coats, gum-lined. Fine toilet soap, all kinds. See at S. H. Landis'. Bringyour bacon, lard, potatoes.butter, eggs. See., to Landis. Do not forget Max Theodore's men's fine shoes from $1.00 to 84.50 a pair. For bed bugs use Neill's bed bug ex terminator?a genuine preventative. New line guaranteed scissors, pocket cutlery and razors at C. N. Coleman's. Prescriptions carefully compounded by a competent druggist at Weill's drug store. Kahn, Sadler block, has on exhibitionthe 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. Cold breakers?guaranteed to cure a cold in 24 hours. For sale at Neill's pharmacy. For exquisitely handsome pictures? medalions, engravings, etchings, etc.? go to Dr. Bishop's. Mr F L Beller is improving the wing of the present residence of Mr D S Hughes by the addition of a skylight, etc. Wanted.?Girl to learn photography, willing to work and with some knowledge of drawing. Apply at Dr Bishop's drug store. Mr. Willard Morrow has purchased of his mother 100 acres adjaccnt to his farm near Kabletown for which he paid the sum of of $4,000 cosh. We are showing a beautiful line of the Jastest stylos in fur capes, fur collarettes, cloth jackets and golf capes, childrens coats, &c. Burks & Shugkbt. I want 200 barrels of corn for feeding purposes, also some loose and baled hay. Can use some corn at other stations on B. & O. C. F. Wall. Married at the residence of Mrs. E. Brent Crookston, Harper's Ferry, October 18, 1000, by ltev. J. E. Triplctt, Harry B. Wach terand Frances Winn Crookston. Our sales of malt extract has increased 100 per cent., for we sell Lcibig brand. It is the best tonic and appetizer on the market. For sale at Neill's pharmacy. Married, at the residence of Mrs. E. BrentCrookston, Harpers Ferry, October iS. 1900, by Rev. J. E. Triplett, Harry B. Wachter and Frances Winn Crookston. Grand Fair I The Independent Steam Fire Company No. 1 will hold a Grand Fair on Monday and Tuesday, November 5 and 6, at the Charles Broadway Rouss Memorial Hall. The public are cordially invited to attend. Meals and refreshments will be served. Fortunes in Copper Mining: The Copper mines of tills country bare made ill original investors rich, many fabulously bo, ind now fortunes are constantly beinij crea ted. The public has kuowledtfo only of prop erties operated by stock companies. Of private enterprises, and Micro ure many. It knows 110th ng It is a matter of public record that Companies' properties are paying !U)anally 200 to 10.000 per cent on original investments. A etiuacu to Invest in out* that will puv nearly 200 per cent. Write for particulars, Kl Plto aiiKSO Coi'I'Bll Mining Co., Wall Street, New York. A great intellectual treat is in store for the people of Charles Town and vicinity November 8th. Hon George R. Wend ling lias kindly consented to deliver his famous lecture?"Saul of Tarsus"?at Washington Hall on the evening of that day. The proceeds are for the benefit of the Mountain Mission. This is one of the finest of Mr. Wendling's lectures, and Mr. Wcndling is almost without a peer its a platform speaker. On the occasion of a recent visit to Hagcrstown we dined, by invitation of our former townsman Mr. John G. Elliott, at the Hotel Hamilton. This popular hostelry is first-class in every respect, and our Jefferson county people who may stop at the Hamilton will not only receive a cordial welcome at the hand of a former well-known and popular Charles Town hotel man, but be assured as well of ex cellent fare and good accomodations all round. Charles Town Ladies to Vote for Bryan Our home. State, county and town girls talk politics, write politics and silently in fluence politics, but two of the fair daugh ters of this town will this year vote politics and will vote for Bryan and their vote will be counted. Our townsman, Mr. B. C. Washington, hastwodaughtersin Trinedad, Colorado. They registered on Wednesday of this week and will vote for Bryan in No vember. Mr. Washington's immediate fam ily will therefore this year give the great Tribune live votes. There is not a family in the State, with only three men in it can do this well. At the N. Y. Racket Store you fan buy tb? famous It A U corset in~4 ditr<?r ?nt styles 75e and $1.IK>; the C B t'orsnt 85c; the Armorside 90o; Dr. Noasah's lor 50c is the beat corset ever sold for 50c; w? have styles of corsets that wo sell at 25c; the Martha Washington co-set waist it 00; The f-'reater N. Y.45c a?vor al other pood corsets; we keep the larg est stcck of corsets in town; see onrline of all wool dress poods. 36 and 4* In. 25c yd: a tino all wool dress goods 38 and 40 in?5and S8c; a strictly all wool dr?ss poods ?4 in. and nice 40c yd worth 75c; the finest all wool and silk goods 52 in. 45, 50 and 553 worth 85u anv wbere; a nice line of goods 10,14- IS, 3) and 23o; be sure to see our line of ladles capes, cloaks and jackets the bitrgest stock in town and our prices are 40 percent lesB; intancs cloaks all prices 60c to 00; we can save you big money on floor oil cloth and carpets; we always have a lot of floor oil cloth 10 to 25c a yd below the regular prices: our carpets and rugs were bought bofore tbn advance in prices; just received a big lot of John Kelly laaies shoos and the Harhman mens' and boys shoes; bt sure to see the Harsh man shoe $2 00 to 53 50; all guar anteed; if ycu want tome nice cakfs and crackeis; we keep Marvin the best made, they do r.ot make any of the cheap cakes, try them you will see the diflerence; our millinery trade has been fin a rush lor the last week, just receiv ed a lot nf ladies new hats and velvets, Ac.; we save - on big money on our silk velvets and silks, ribbons, Jtc. J. W. Coffman. WAITED?ACTIVE MAN O F QUOD CHAK ucter to deliver and collect Id West Virginia lor old established manufacturing wholesale house. SWHJ a jear, f-ure j?av. Huueety more than e*|ierierice required. Oar reference, any bank iu any city. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope Uannfacturers, Third Floor, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago, Church Items. One iliember was received into the 1 E Church Sunday morning. Rev J H Watldns will-preach at Mill ville next Sunday, at u a m. ? Rev Dr C N Campbell preached in th Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Services in St. James' Catholic Churcl: Charles Town, on the 4th Sunday c 'each month, at 10:to a. m. Don't overlook the special meetings a the Baptist church every afternoon am night this week. 2:30 and 7:30 o'clock. The ladies of Oakland MECburchSoutl will hold oyster suppers in the evening of November 2 and 3, at Mt Hope School House. The Aid Society of the M. E. Church South, at Kabletown, will hold a Thanks giving Feast on Thankgiving day. Dinne and supper. Turkeys, oysters, soup. Third Quarterly Meetings, ME Churcl South: Shepherdstown, (Bethesda,)No' 10-11; Shenandoah Junction, (Bakerton, 11; Charles Town. (Bethany,) 17-1S JefEerson, (Leetown,) 24-25. Everybody is invited and expected to at tend the Oyster Supperand Soup to be givei by the Aid Society of the Summit i'oin Methodist Church for the benefit of the par sonage on Friday and Saturday, Xovembe: land 2, at 6 P. M. Dinner and Supper will also be served 01 Nov. Gth. The Aid Society of the M. E. Churcl South will hold ah Oyster Supper in th< the Cnssman & Morrison warehouse a' Summit Point on Friday and Saturday November 1 and 2. begiving each even ing at 6 o'clock. Proceeds for the bene fit of the parsonage. The public cordial ly invited. Elder W J Hubbard, of Middieway, was appointed last Saturday by the As sociational Committee to the position of Evangelist for the Shenandoah Baptist Association. Mr John T Colston is the chairman of the committee^ Mr Hubbard has accepted and will begin his work the 1st of November. His family will remain at Middieway for a time. 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. Pure Whiskey HARPER Perfect Whiskey HARPBR Every bottle guar anteed * HARPER. Sold by G. W. Thomas, Charles Town. W. Va. " Bull Run to Bull Run," By Capt. George Baylor, now in hand and for sale only by Brown & Hooff, itruggists. Price. ?2.00. 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 SI. Kbrciikval. Dr. Tomlinxon's DENTAL OFFICE, JOKNKKOrCHikLIB A1CD LlBBRTT 4T1. XBIft CHARLEST.OWN. The Bradhury Piano, the administra :ion piano?32 years in the White House. STo more substantial or gratifying tribute ^ould be paid to America's great piano, [t is used by America's greatest citizens, [?eluding the last 7 presidents of this ^reat nation, and by scores of the most prominent senators, congressmen and publicofficials of the past decade. Its sweet mellow tone swells with delightful liarmony the parlors of over 50,000 Amer ican homes. It is the piano ot America *s, For Americans-and by Americans. Sold on monthly payments ot $10. Orden taken for tuning and repairing, at the, VVeirick 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 nil 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. School Days Are here. So is our large line of School Suits. We have made special 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. HI. Mil The Leading Clothier, Sadler Block, 1 f Sept. 18. Afc ge table Prepccationror As - similating the Food andGcgula ling the Stomachs tmdBcwels of 1 !\ K W I S 4 C m L Q If K N ?*.'> ? A I ti i o 11 I h -s old ? } ) 1> I>s > S ? J 5 C I \ I V EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. For Over , MCW YOHK CITY. An Appropriate Holiday Present N. B.?All Klndg of Country Produce Taken in Exchange. The Bears Signature THIS IS BUSINES8, NO POL ITIC?. One of those BEAUTIFUL 52.50 ELECTRIC LIGHT LAMPS Will be given to each and every one of our customers purchasing 25 gallons of our best . WATER WHITE OIL AT 10 CENTS PER GALLON. Tbe lamp can be obtained by puroljnsinic oil tn tingle gallons if desired, and every gallon of oil guaranteed or money refund ed. 1 uiir Fall Stock Has Arrived and is complete In erery respect. Everything will be sold at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES COME AMD SEE US, Yours anxlona to please, Osbnra & Stridor Promotes Digestion.Cheerfuf nessaRdBestiCoRlaias neither Opiiim.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Uahc otic . JO?vr arOUJlrSiHVaPrrCHER frmfib* Stul jilx.Jtnnii * XcckMsSJ* Apetfecl Remedy for Constipa tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW ydrk: DR. NEILL'S DRUG STORE. (SUCCESSOR TO AISQU1TH A CO.) Cliarles Town, W, Va? PURE FRESH DRUOs" ? THE BEST PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. l'AINTS, OILS AND CHEMICALS. FANCY TOILET ARTICLES. FINE TOILET 80APS, TRUSSE8, BRACES AND BANDAGES. Full Line Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, THE BEST CIGARS IN THE TOWN. STATIONERY.?Envelop *. Fine Box Papers, Note, Legal Cap, Litter Paper. Fine Line of School Books. Our lino is complete in every department and onr prices tbe lowest. erPHYSFCIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded day or night. ^-TELEPHONE at Residence and Store. WM. NEILL, M. D., COURT-HOUSE SQUARE. March 27. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, MERCHANTS, FARMERS, Everybody Intending to build or reinodal run save time and money by leaTlng or sending tbeir orders for Doors, Sash, Blinds, Dressed and Undressed Limber, BRACKETS, CORNICE AND MOULDINGS, FENCING, CEILING. FLOORING, MANTELS. AC.. TO THE Charles Town Steam Saw and Paning Mill. ^"Satlef action will be given a, to prices and quality of wotk. Terms Reasonable. WM. PHILLIPS' SONS. REAL ESTATE. FOR KENT. The Store Room lately occupied by Geo. S. Lewis, with upper room, same eize. The two New Dwellings near the atone bridge, nearly completed. Also one Sevcu-Kooin Dwelling on Charles street. FOR SALE. 10.000 feet of Prime Second-Hund Lumber ?Frame and Boards. Two Egg and 2 Hard Coal Stoves. GEO. H. HAGLET. ' Removed ONE DOOR ABOVE CARTER HOUSE. I have removed my office to the building one door above the Carter House, where 1 will continue the Grain and Commission busi ness. I also represent the Provident Life and Trust Company, the beat Life Insurance Com pany, as reported by Insurance Commission ers. in the United States. Will be glad to see friends and patrons in my new quarters. Jan.34-tf. B. C. WASHINGTON, Agt. Jefferson County Farms FOR SALE. Ninety acres on Winchester road, three miles from Charles Town. Fine grata and gross land. A comfortable dwelling. Large spring and cress pond at the door. An excel lent dairy farm. Two hundred and eighty acre* in same lo cality as above, lb highest cultivation. Com modious dwelling Large bank barn and al most every other desirable Improvement. For price and terms apply to B. B. WASHINGTON. Not. 28, Charles Town, W. Va, Executory Notice. The undersigned having qualified as Execu tor of Backns Briscoe, deceased, all persons indebted to bis estate are hereby notified to make prompt payment of the same. Those having claims against said extats will please present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. J. OAKLAND HUKST. Oct.l6-3t. Ex'rof Back as Briscoe, dee'd. TRUSTEE'S SALE ?OF? Valuable House and Lot, IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. By rlrtoe of ? Deed of Trust executed by Abr*m Stamp and wife to the nndenlgurd, trustee. of date the 16th day of March, 1887, recorded In office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jeffereoo Count v, West Virginia, In Deed Book 83, page X. the undersigned, trus tee. will offer at pnbllc sale, lu trout of the Court House, In Charles Town, West Vir ginia, on Tuesday, the 13th day of November, 1000, the HOUSE AND LOT formerly occupied by Abram Stump, on South George street, in Charles Town. West Vir ginia?said lot fronting 100 feet on Georn rtreet and inuring back to the lot at O. T. 8toqesifer. TERMS OP SALE-?One-third Cash. Res idue In equal payments at one and two years, with Interest on deferred payment* from day of sale, to be secured by a lien on the premi ses. Sale at 11 o'clock a. m. GEORGE W. GRAHAM, Oct 9. Trustee. NOTICE To the Public. We hav*poKbased of Mr, G. T. Knight his Interest, aaa wish to Inform our friends and the Public that the business at the 8ADLER BLOCK Will be continued In all its branches. UNDERTAKING qnd Embalming will be done at all boar*, when called upon. In the most satisfactory manner and at Reasonable Rates, We handle A FULL AND COMPLETE LIME OF FURNITURE, Springs, Mattresses. Carpets of 25 designs and stales. Mattings, Ruito, Mats, Baby Car riages and Carts, Sewing Machines, PIANOS AND ORGANS. Call and see ns and be convinced we are here to please yon. 0SB0URN & STRIDER. Oct. 33.1900. This Space Reserved for BROWN BROTHERS' New Advertisement. Strayed or Stolen. Three White Cheater Shoats disappeared from my pens adjotnlnir Washington A Ale* audcr's Fertilizer Warehouse, about October Ut. 1900 Would be pleased to hear from tbero. and if stoleQ. will give 110.00 Keward for arrest sad cootIcUoii of parties who stole or assisted in stealing them. Oct. 16. C. Y. WALL. Tax Discount Notice. A DUwoant of 2W per cent, will be allowed an all Turn duu the Corporation of Charles town for the year 1000, If paid daring the month of October, 1900. After that time no discount. The uuderslgned will be at tbe Uounctl Boom from D to 3 each day to receive ?atne. J. A. K. MATHENA. Collector. Commissioner's Notice. Notice I* hereby kW.u that I have tbe fol lowing fiduciary accounts tor settlement: Frank Beck with and Forrest W. Brown, trustees, tinder Deed of Trait, of date Jany. 38tb, IS 8, recorded in the county clerk*, of fice of Jefferson County, W, V., Deed Book 74, pace 4?. George D. Johnson and Phlllllp L. Henry, Administrators of Phillip Henry. Olren nnder my hand this 23rd day of Oc tober, 1800. CLKON MOORE, Oct.3S.-2L Commissioner of Account*. Leather traveling cases?something very nice?at Dr. Bishop's. Dr. Bishop's Comp. Cough Syrup cure* coughs and colds, as cents. Paints of all colors in pound cans, for flower pots and wood work of all kinds, at Neill's drug store. Mr. Charles G. Schulte's mineral wa ters?Vichey, Kisseugen, 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, Ac. Address John Treblig, 9 North Howard street. Baltimore. Ladies shoes from fi.oo tot*. 00 a pair, and low shoes from 45c to $3.00 a pair at Max Theodore's, Hagley Cor. Colonial air-tight wood heating stoves, cheapest and most effective beating stove on the market, at C. N. Coleman's,' For the best soft drinks and mineral waters, for family or table use, go to Cbas. E. Schulte's new bottling works. 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 Rose lie Mill. For an appetizing tonic and brae cruse Hance Bros. St White's malt extract, the cheapest on the market. At Noll's drug store. J Wm Miller sells the Acme Tnbuler axle larm wagons; also tbe Auburn wa gons, made in our sister county, of best hickory. Schloss Bros. & Co.'s tailor-made clothing sold by Max Theodore, Hagley Cor. Also Sweet, Orr & Co.'s pants and overalls. Go to S. S. Dalgarn's for the finest raisins, currants, citron, prunes, evapo ? rated apples, dried peaches, lemons, ex tracts, and a large assortment ef aots. ? ' ;? .