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The Stephens ity Star.
As quoted by C. A. Suannon, delivered a
No.l, i $1.30 | N0.2, - $12
The Stephens City Star,
Only $1.50 Per Year !
Here and Hereabouts.
Steele & Dinges have just recivei
500 pounds of choice roasted coffee.
A large supply of German Yarn rr
reived this week by Steele ft Dinges
Ladies' Cloaks at Steele & Dinge
A New supply of Ladies shoes jus
received by Steele k Dinges.
I bought my undershirts of Steele
k Bro., at 75 cts a pair. They have
' extra nice shirts and drawers at $1.00
to $1.25 per pair.
"George, bring me 3 balls of Bonanza
Potash from Steele k Bros., it's only
10 cents, and is twice as strong as
Mr. Luther Brown, of Stephens City
kas constantly on hand a full seleo
tiea of strictly freah meats of all kinds
and is able to furnish his customers
daily with choice beef, pork, &c. He
will always be found at his shambles,
lortk of the post offic*, to wait on his
Beautiful styles of ladies nubias,
hawls and lace collars at Adams &
"Pa bought mv Rolled Gold Brace
let* and my Rolled Gold Necklace of
Steele ft Bro. He says he is going to
buy a Triple Plate cake basket, and »
Bet of Roger Bro's triple plate knives
ac a Chriatmas present for Ma."
Lazear's Coffee, 18 aud 20 cents, at
Steele k Dinges'.
Dolls, Dolls, Beautiful Wax Dolls,
•nly 10 cents. Large wax dolls 3r>
cents, China dolls, with fancy and gilt
boots 8 to 15 cts., at Steele & Bros.
Beautiful dark prints 6i cts a yard
at Steele k Bros.
Keep warm—Ladies' and Misses
underwear at prices to suit the times,
at Adams ft McCarty's.
Men's wool scarfs (comforts), laun
dried shirts, cuffs and collars, latent
and best styles, very low at Adams ft
If you want pure drugs and mcdi
cines, buy them of Steele ft Bro.
Sheep skin gloves, also heavy line',
gloves very low, at Adams k McCar
—l bought my new boots at Steeh
k Bros., for 2.00.
Examine the stock cf notions tnd
fancy goods just received by Steele ft
Zephyr.country spun yarn at Adams
All sizes Ladies and misses rubber
shoes at Adams ft McCarty's, just re
ceived and very low.
Room for Rent. —A good, private
room for rent; is suitable for an officp
or shop. For further information ©all
at S. M. Stickley s office, 3 doors N.
Mayers' buildings, Stephens city Va
Fresh mince meat, at Adams ft
A Liberal Offer. —To any young
lady or gentleman, that will send us
eight subscribers, at our regular rates,
$1.50 per year, with the cash, by the
first day of January, 1882, we will
send them a copy of the New York
Ledger, Saturday Night, or any paper
at the same price for one year.
For Watches, Clocks & Jewelry.
I will sell goods in this line cheaper
than any other house in this town,and
warrant them for 12 months. Just
receiving Goods suitable for the Hol
daye such as Confectionery, Notions,
&c. Essences 5 cts per bottle, McLiin
"Wrights, Bulls and other pills and
cough syrup, for 20 cents. Blue mas
-10 cants per oz., and other medicines
drugs &c, at 25 per cent under
the regular price. Best Black Ink
warranted the best made for 10 cents,
in Pint Bottles, Ac., Ac, at the cheap
cash store of
T. W. McArtor,
Opposite the Postoffice,
Stephen* City, Va,
Church proposes having a Christmas
tree on Monday night, Dec. 26th.
The Methodist S. S. will celebrate
the occasion with a pyramid, and other
Christmas features on Tuesday night,
the 27th inst,
m »■ *-— , I
A Frenchman learning the English
language complained considerably of
the irregularity of the verb "to go,"
Ihe present tense of which wrnie wag
had written out for him as follows ■
"1 go. Thou start°st,he departs, we lav
tracks, yon cut sticks, they absquatu
late or skedaddle.
A medical journal has found th" 1
►here are from 160,000 to 2.000,000
hairs in a woman" head. The nnmbe
nf hairs in a mans bend depends con
•iderably on the length of time he ha»
An interesting revival nnW th- I
nnspices of the U. B. Church i« in pro
s-res* at Ridings chapel. Nineteen
have been converted.
Winchester Circuit, U. B. Churc' f
J. E. Widmeyer Pastor.
For Sunday Dec. 18th :
Mt. - - 10:30, A. M.
Dry Marsh, - - 2:30 p. M.
Mt, Pleasant. - - 7:00 P.M.
Kere will be preaching on Satur
light, at Caleb Hall's, near point
It is strange to say that Wm. M.
Kronk, Wm. Hopewell and G. Guard
killed a wild turkey, near town last
Wednesday, weighing 19$ pounds i all
three fireing at the same time. It s
hard to say which of them killed it.
Also Mr. I. W. Canter, an old hunts
man, killed a very large one the same
A positive cure for malaria, diges
tive and urinary troubles is found in
Brown's Iron Bitters.
At the call of the Mayor, our town
Council met Dec. 13th, in the Count
ing Boom of Steele & Brother. Mem-J
hers present were, T. M. Miller.Mayor,
M. B. Steele. Recorder; G. F. Mayers
and C. K. Weaver. The minutes of
the last meeting were read and approv
ed. Upon the motion of M. B. Steele.
0. K. Weaver was cdntinued as a com
mittee to see that the town ladders |
have a proper covering put over them.
On motion of G. F. Mayers, the Town
Sergeant was instructed to collect at
■nee, by law, all back taxes. Upon
lotion of G. F. Mayers, ordered thai
!, E. Painter's bill of $1.60, for copy
na an J arranging ordinances, be ac
•••pted and paid. Upon motion of C
K. Weaver, the Council adjourned, t<-|
•neet again at the call of the Mayor |
The fourth quarterly meeting o
Winchester Circuit U. B. Church, wii'
be held it Mt, Thomas, Warren county
Va., Dec. 24th and 25th. Quarterh
Conference the 21th at 2.30 P. M. A
fulj attendance is desired.
J. W. Funk, P. E.
J. E. WiDMEYF.R, Taitor
It is said that the bill to establisl
the Central Lunatic Asylum (colored
at Petersburg, which failed for wan
of a constitutional tWO-thirds vote a
the close of the last session, will be re
vived at an early >eriodof the coming
session ot the legislature.
On last Friday week, in Lovingston.
Nelson county, Mr. Abram Smith*
family wen out to breakfast, leaving
a young child asleep in a cradle. Re
timing, they found the room and cra
dle in a blaze. The child was so badly
burned, that death followed in a few
Mr. Mahlen Miller, an inmafe of the
county almshouse, aged about 45 years
underwent a very difficult and exten
sive surgical operation, on Monday of
last week. Mr. Miller had both feet
frozen during the war, from the effect*
o ' which he never recovered, but eon
nued to gr >w worse as necrosis of
t ie bones supervened,cansinggangreen
nd great suffering. On the day above
mentioned Dr. D. D. Carter performed
vhat is known in surgery as Chopart's
peration, being the removal of all the
ones in the right foot excepting that
f the heel, and covering the end of the
tump with the tissues of the bottom
f the foot. The operation was well
done, and will result in a perfect cure.
We learn that it will be necessary to
lenove a portion of the left feet of
this unfortunate man. Dr. Carter was
assisted by Dr. R. T. Graves the par
ish physician, and Mr. Jno. C. Ott.—
The failing powers of digestion, as
similation, secretion and excretion,are
restored to perfect health, Wr« *j|Mi
and activity by using Brown i - on
Bitters. A true tonic! A p»..eot
strengthener I A sure reviver!
A Favorite Rmedev. —Simmons'
Liver Regulator is one of the most mer
itorious and popular remedies ofiored
to the public. It is entirely free from
injurious mineral substances, and as
■ vegetable made of Southern roots
and herbs, it is a sovereign remedy for
all liver and bowel complaints The
merits of this remedy commend it to
the public as a standard to be kept
constantly in tho family. It has the
most unqualified endorsement of thous
ands of our most prominent citizens in
all parts of the country, who have
used it and testify to its excellent medi
cal anil curative properties.
Purchasers should be careful to see
that they get ihe Genuine, manufac
tured only by J. H. ZEILIN ft Co.,
"J. DT CHICHESTER""
Is offering Great Bargains in
II!? 1 G0008!
OF ALL KINDS.
(Ms anil Cloatttt Goods,
Shawls, Skirls, Blankets, Woolen Good-
SMLS AND CASSIMERES,
1 Canton and Woolen Flannels,
. Bleached & Brown Sheeting.
All kinds of scarfs, ties and laces. Also
> a complete line of
1 In fact, everything needful in house
keeping Goods. When you come to
the city don't fail to give me a call,
J. D. Chichester,
salesmen : Winchester, Va.
• 3. D. Cliicliester,
•, W.S. White,
_ W. li. Chichester,
, [„. H. Qinn.
75.000 BRICK FOR SAL - by Hugh
itteklev, two miles North East of Strasburg
Post-office, Strasburg:, Va.
M\ K. DEAN'S
City Stove Wo*
Main Street. Stephens City, Va.
Whore will be found a full line of Excel
sior, Parlor, Took and Heating Stoves.
Manufactured and kept constantly on band
superior quality of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Fruit Cans,
Rrasß Kettles, Boilers, etc. Special atten
tion is called to his new
which arc now being introduced. Light
ning Rod work. Rooting and Spouting done
•itail times, and nt reasonable rates. Iwß
Don't fail to go to
Steele & Dinges,
And See the Largest
That were ever displayed
In this City.
1881. CHRISTMAS! '«■
ADAMS & M C CARTY.
EVER ANXIOUS to evincp onr willingness to cater to the wants of those who favor us with their pat-
ronage, we have just received and opened an unusually attractive stock, carefully selected
FOE tt© HOLIBAYS,
Which we cordially invite you to call and see. The very general approval which our efforts met with last year
haw induced us tobuv a wore
LARGE'AND VARIED ASSORTMENT,
Aud we are now prepared to furnish you with almost any thing you may want in tho
Having paid special attention to this line for sometime, and dealing in goods of pure and standard quality, can
safely say that we can supoly you with your
At prices which cannot fail to he a] predated. We have made arrangements to supply the demand for
FRESH OYSTERS DAILY,
Before and during the holiday week, and shall keep always on hand a good supply of ATMORE'S MINCE MEAT,
the best sold, also all necessary ingn dients for making mince meats, viz: Currants, Raisins, Citron, etc.
We have a large assoitmcnt of
FKIHGH & AHSftI€AH CAHDHBS.
Comprising the latest novel.es in penny goods, French Caramels, Cream, Almonds, Mint Lozenges, Fruit
and Cocoa Nut B»1 Is French Mixtures, Cake Trimmings, Lemons, Oranges Cocoamit-, etc. etc. Fresh Sod*.
Water Lemon Cream Corn Hill. Mushroom and ginger Crackers, Fancy Cakes, etc., made by the steam bakery
of Alexandria. FLAVORING EXTRACTS AND ESSENCES, warranted pure and standard goods.
In addition te the above we have replenished our
With many handsome and useful articles suitable for Christmas Presents. A beautiful line of Ladies', Misses'
and Childrens fancy hosiery, bilk handkerchiefs, ties, scarfs, autograph albums,*oys, dolls, harmonicas, toilet ar-
ticles. I«rt folias, pocket, books, etc., etc., etc.
Wishing you the compliments of the season, we remain, your obedient servants.
ADAMS &. McCAETY.
STEPHENS CITY, Dec. 15th, 1881.
IRON BITTERS are highly
recommended for all diseases requiring
a certain and efficient tonic; espvially
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Intrrmit-
tent Fevers. Want of Appetite, Lobs
of Strength, Lack of Energy, etc.
Enriclies the blood, strengthens the muscles,
and gives new life to th* nenei. They act
like a charm on the digestive organs,
removing al! dyspeptic symptoms, such
utattin<jthefood,bdching,heat in iheetomach,
heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation
ihat will not blacken the. teeth or give headache.
Write for the ABO B.«ik (32 pp. of
amusing and useful readingl, tent free.
floe that nil Iron Bitter, ore rniute by TSar—H
Ch_~ic.ii. Co. »ud h_>_ crowx-1 red line, «n
wr_p'«r. Bo.vare «f lmltiUiO-M.
BROWN CHEMICALi COMPANY
For Sale hv STEELE &BUO.
TWO FRESH COWS,
With calves nt their sides, for sale hy Dn.
J. \V. Owkn. cheap. Terms Cash.
WE HAVE HUSH THEM,
HERE THEY ARE.
Our price list of Fall and Winter Brv Goods. Notions, fancy goods, mil
linery, ft. We claim to be the leaders of low prices, and a visit to our store
will convince yon that we really are. In our DRESS GOODS department,
Iwe are offeaing, All wool black cashmeres at 40, 50. 60 and 75 cents a yard,
np. All wool dress goods in ill the leading similes 23 ecnt=, worth 35. Col
ored cashmeres at 15, 18 and 20 cents. Poplins 8, 10 md 12} cents. Full Una
Dv Bices, swelling flannels, velveteens, &■•. &c. NOVELTY TRIMMING,
silk fringes, Passamenteries, jet ornaments, &o. Plain and brocaded silks and
Satins in all shades. Plain and striped velvets in all colors, 40, 45 anil 50
cts per yard, buttons of every description, with every dress we will give a
domestic paper fashion. CLOAKS, DOLMANS, tn this department we
can show the largest assortment of any house in the Valley. Cloaks at 4.50,
1 5.00. 6.00 and np to 20.00, A handsome dolman for 5.00, worth 8.00, over
20 different atylea of English walking jackets, ulsters, light colored cloaks
and wraps. Children's fur cloaks, 1.50, 1.75 and 2 00. HOUSE HOLD
I LINENS, Table damask Turkey red ami while, unbleached table linen 23, 23
and 30 cts a yard, Bleached table damask, 40, 50 and 00 cents a yard up,
All Linen napkins Turkey red and white, 50 cts a dozen. Stand covers, tow
els, Ac. An all linen towel for 11 cts worth 18. Large sized huckaback
towels 12 cts. Turkish towels 12J cents. Linen towels 15, 18, 20, 25cts up
Linen crash, 7,8, 9, 10 and 12 cts per yard.
Our 50 cent corset cannot be beaten, it is the best in the market and man
ufactured expressly for us. Our 75 cents Corset will compare favorably with
any soid elsewhere'at $1.00, also full line of other grades. FELT SKIRTS
' over 25 different styles from 40 cents to 3.00, our 40 cent skirt ia the same
tnat is sold elsewhere for 50 cts. Ladies Underqarmcnts.iM kinds at various
prices. SNA WLS, SHA WLS, Breakfast shawls 20, 25 and 30 cts, a better
article for 50 and 75, Large sized shawls 75 and 100, all wool shawls 1.50,
1.75, 200 and up. Also a full line of, Black Thibit. Shawls from 2.00 to
10.00. HOSIERY, Ladies hose 5, 8 and 10 cents, children's hose 5, 8, 10 and
12J cents, 35 dozen Misses and children's wool mixed hose 3 pair for 15 cts.
Mens half hose 5 8 and 10 cents, a better article for 12}, 15 and 18.
HAND KERCHIEFS, Ladies linen handkerchiefs, 6, 8 and 10 cts up.
Hemstitched boardered 12} to 25. 7 bordered handkerchiefs for 24 cts.
Gents Furnishing Goods always on hand, the latest standing and lay do\TTt
linen collars, cuffs, neck ties, scarfs, bows, Ac, 2 linen collars for 25 Cents,
linen cuffs 20 cts a pair, shield scarfs 25 cts to 1.00, polka dot and fancy end
scarfs, The Best 1.00 shirt in the market, unlershirta drawer, &c. Marie*
Underware, ladies merino vests 25, to 50 cts a pair. Misses and childrens
vests in all grades, Ladies Beady Made Undergarments at astonishing low
prices. Gents undershirts 25 cts up. GLOVES of every description, ladies
thread gloves lined 15 to 35. KID GLOVES, 50 dozen kid gloves in all shaded
at 25 cts, cannot lie equalled elsewhere, for less than 50 cts. A handsome
1 glove sor 75 cents, white and opera shades Full line gents kid gloves in while
and colors. Our fine black gloves we warrant every pair. WORSTED GOODS
Ladies, misses and children's worsted hoods in every style and color, from 25
cents up. Worsted sacks for infants, children and misses, all wool scarl's, nil
bies knit spreads in all colors 75 cents, Hamburg edge and inserting in end*
less variety, and at low prices. LACES, NETT, dc. Lace ties and collar*.
mull ties, handkerchiefs, &c, Curtail lace 12? cts a yard, worth 18, and up.
Lace lambrequins, lace bed setts, tidies, etc, MILLINERY. In this line
anyone can be suited, always on hand a full supply of trimmed hats from 75
cts np, feathers, flowers, ribbons, plumes, plushes, jet and steel trimming,
trimming silk, crape bonnets, veils f. specialty. In fact the finest assortment
of millinery in the Valley. Hair Goods, Carpets, Oil CloUs Notions, do.
P. HELLER & CO., opp. Court House,
Sign of the BIG BANNER, Winchester, V*