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February 7, Vi&9. We are going to play havoc with the balance ofournock oi Men's ind Boys' Overcoats.— Every Overcoat in our house will be offered at such a ridiculous low price as to insure its im mediate sale. 8. D. Hirscbmax A Co. Circuit Court will meet on Tuesday next. Judge Duckwall will preside. Fifteen head of cattle, averaging 1,800 pounds, were shipped by Lt. T. Lee Shirley last week. ^ We regret to learn that our venerable friend, Mr. James B. McGarry. is quite se riously sick. _ _ Hon. Win. L. Wilson delivered a tariff speech before the Democratic Club of Can ton, Ohio, last week. Gerard D. Moore has been elected Treas urer of the “ Jefferson Guards,” vice Stuart Hirschtnan, resigned. In deference to the “etherial mildness Japouicas are in bloam in the garden of Mrs. Mary McFaden at Harper’s Ferry. Mr. Philip S. Geiger, a few years ago in charge of the Maltby ore banks in this county, died iu Hagerstown, Md., last Sat urday. * _ The Board of Education of Harper’s Ferry District have decided to build a new school-house at a cost of from *2,000 to *3,000. _ ^ _ _ Rev. John H. Eager, of Rome, will deli ver a lecture in the Baptist church to-night (Thursday) at 71 oclock, on a “Trip Through Italy.” Come all. Admission free. Resolutions upon the deaths of X. S. White and Hon. Andrew Hunter were pre sented to the County Court at its late ses sion, and eulogies dvlivered by F. W. Brown and Cleon Moore, Esqs. The shuck factory of Mr. C. L. Powell, in Shepberdstown, was burned last Saturday morning. The building belonged to Mrs. E. S. Shepherd's estate, and contents to Mr. Powell. Mr. P. met a similar loss before. Mr. William Engle has sold his lime stone quarries aud kilns at Engle's Switch, in this county, to Mr. Daniel Biker, of Buckeystown, Md. Mr. Baker now owns the whole of the lime-produciug property at that point. __ Messrs. Campbell A Co. have consumma ted tbelr negotiations for a lot of ground whereou to erect bark mills heretofore al luded to. They will have access by switch es to both railroads. Operations will begin at an The W. A. Shewalter farm, lyu acres, near Summit Point, was sold by Auctioneer Hedobower on Friday last, tor Messrs. Bay lor, Lucas aud Trapnell, Special Commis sioner*. Purchaser—George W. Snyder, at $37.50 per acre. ^ ^ X bald eagle, measuring 71 feet from tip I to tip, was killed near Kabletown last week by Mr. George Risler. Mr. L. D. Getzen 1.toner purchased it and will have it mount ed. It is a match for the one already dis played in his store front. The Shenandoah Driving Park Associa tion at Berryville, Virginia, will be ready to receive horses for training about May l»t Regular Stock Sales arc also to be a feature ot the Society. Responsible gentlemen compose the Association. Mr. ?. S. Thom as is the secretary. _ During the Senatorial contest at Charles ton the past week or eo, four of our towns men have received complimentary votes, viz: Hons. Wm. L. Wilson, W. H. Trav ers, and Col. R. I*. Chew and Judge T. C. Green. Gov. E. W. Wilton, a former Icuumy id:ui. lias ottn muipmucoicu. The Maryland State Normal School ha? secured Mr. A. W. Hawks as Professor of Elocution to that institution. Our former townsman has attained di?tinction in his profession xs reader and lecturer. His per formances are replete with pathos and hu mor and he never tails to put a “spell’' on his audiences. _ _ An entertainment, musical and otherwise, will be given in the M. E. Church, South, at Summit Point Thursday and Friday evenings, ^th and 0:h instant. The pro ceeds foi the benefit of the church. Ad mission-Adults 25; Children 15c. The programme indicates an evening of more than ordinary pleasure. ' hir delegates at Charleston are on the following committees Col. K. P. Chew—Taxation and Finance chairman ; Military Affairs and Ruies. I Hon. B D. Gibson Elections and Priv ileges; Judiciary: Education; Counties, Harriet? and Municipal Corporations ; chair n.an); Printing and Contingent Expense*, and Roads and Internal Improvements. Mr. Veiancy E. Fuller, President of the ' riirane Roller Mill Supply Co, of Can sola, and Eseanaba, Mich., was in town this eck in the interest of Mrs. Cochrane and titr children. Mr. Cochrane held one hun Ire-j ‘.hc.us.uid dollars stock in the Ameri ua Company, and #50,0*in the Canadian ' !... anv Mrs. C. will administer upon •tie estat* of her late husband who, it will V - en, h ares his family well provided for. // / • r * h’rnj ,\n tint* A Ruling of the Fraternal Mystic Circle • i- been instituted in this town. Already 4 out forty member? are enrolled. The fol* -jw :ng gentlemen are officer? installed to -rvc a year: ie.n Moore, V\ oriby Ruler It. A. Alex '■ *er, • ice Worth) Ruler; S l.ce Phillips, Cast Worthy Rufer H. L. Alexander. Worthy Recorder: C. F. Gallaher, Worthy ' 'dlector; John A Washington, Worthy i’easyrer; Win. Neill, M. P., Worthy Medical Examiner Wf I I.ippitt, Worthy d.-iical Examiner, J. W. L»u?->ell, Worthy Marshal T. W. Latimer,Worthy Chaplain ; 1 t Stv.nesifer, Worthy Warden; J. A. R -M^thena, Worthy Guard; C. l>. Kby.Worthy Scn.ry ; Frank Bec kwith, B. C. Washington, H* race Beall, Worthy I rustees. It is a secret beneficial order—the special object: life insurance ou a safe basis at little coat. Ptraonal. Mr. Stuart Hirschman is io New \ ork. Mr. Stonewall J. Henson is visiting his i home here. Mr. Joseph C. Avis, of Berrvville. spent’ Sunday here. Mr. John M. Howell has accepted a situa tion in the Milling store. Miss Roberta Harris, who has been visit ing Mi»s Ambler, left on Monday morning. l>r. H. O. Talbott and wife have been speudiug a few days with Dr. Talbotts pa rents. Mr. Samuel Clagett, of Frederick City, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. H. O. Talbott. Misses Nannie and Virginia McCormick, of Clarke county, have been visiting Mrs. Col. Chew. Dr. Csatleman, of Baltimore, has been on a visit to his mother’s home, iu this county the past week. Miss Cora L. Trammell, one of Martins burg’s jewels, was in town for an hour or two ou Tuesday. Mr. J. McCreadv of Cambridge, Mary land, ha* accepted a position with S. D. Hirschman «$t Co. Hon. Win. H. Travers left for Charleston on Monday. An important case before the Supreme Court called him there. CHl'RCH XOTES. Rev. J. W. Tongue will preach in the M. E. Church, South, on Sunday morning next. Rev. C. U. Wood, of Jefferson Circuit, preached in the M. E. Church, South, on Suuday night. No Providence preventing there will be preaching at Bethany (Brown’sCrossing) on Sunday morning next, 10th, at 11 *o’clock. The nraver meetings which have been held every week night for three weeks in the Presbyterian Church, in this place, have been well attended, and have been held everv night this week, so tar—and may be continued. Children’s Annual Missionary Services in the M. E. Church, South, on Sunday night, next—Feb. 10th. Theexercises will be maiuly by the children of the School and will be appropriate and prove interest ing. The Classes of the Sunday School will make their Missionary Offering and will be gratified to have the funds enlarged by contributions of the congregation. Mrs. Lai ra I>. L. Starry, wife of Mr. Jacob Starry, died at her home near this town on Friday morning last, February 1st, —aged about 70 years. In the death of Mr*. Starry another of our oldest citizens is lost to us, and a va cancy created in the family and church which caunot easily be tilled. Tho’ an un obtrusive, gentle, yet watchful and careful wife, mother and friend, “the heart of her husband did safely trust in her" and “her children rise up to call her blessed," while she was known and loved by many outside of her family circle. From the days of 1 er early youth she was a devoted and consist ent member of the M. E. Church, and when the call to “come up higher" was heard, it was with joy and not with grief that she obeyed the summons and entered into rest. The funeral services took place on chin day afternoon last in the M. E Church, South, and were conducted by Rev. W. G. Eggleston. The deceased was admitted to the communion of the Church by Mr. Eg gleston about fiffy-five years ago. Ilia re marks upon her beautiful, consistent Chris tian life and her triumphant life were elo quent and full of pathos and tenderness such as might hare beer, expected from one whose knowledge of her character and life compasseu so uiauy years Maj. Henderson M. Bell and Maj. Jed Hotchkiss of Staunton—the latter Stone will Jackson’a Chief of Engineers—spent Thursday night last in Charlestown. Maj. Hotchki— by his kuowledgenf the resources of this great Valley aud the information he has spread abroad concerning the twe Vir ginias is bringing rich fruits. The Washing ton PM recently remarked that '‘the great Valley of Virginia is the coming mineral belt of the South.’’ and quoted Maj. Hotch kiss as saying : “Seven year- ago I rode on horseback into the Flat Top region around Pocahon tas, then an almost unbroken wilderness. T«>-dav there are 60.W0 people there. Three million ton- of coal are taken out annually. Une thousand coking ovens sup ' ply the fuel for the blast furnac » which ‘ are turning out a tine quality of iron by the ; thousand tons. The two ranges of the , Blue Uidge each side the valley are full of iron ores, and the valley itself is all lime stone.' _ B rave l>. \ <iu are iceling depressed, your appetite ] poor, vou art bothered with Headache, you , ! are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of ! i .,orts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with -timulants, spring medicines, or , bitters, which have for their basis very i cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate j you for a., hour, aud then leave you in ; j worse condition than before. What you | want i- an alterative that Will purify your ; ; blo.nl, -tart healthy action on Liver and j Kidney-, r. -tore your vitality, and give re- , t.t-wed" health and strength. 8uch a medl-j cine you will find in Electric Bitter-, and only •» cents a bottle at C. Frank Jones’ Drug 8:ore. The count of the vote tor Governor was begun in int assembly of the West \ ir ginia Legislature late on Monday afternoon and was resumed on Tuesday. The vote for t . 8. bcnaior on Monday indicated little charge aud did not result in an election. Jhelr Kuslness Bovminy. Probably no one thing has cau-cd such j* general revival at C. Frank Jones’ Urug ! at,,re their giviug away to their custom ers of so many free trial bottle* of Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption, Their trade i- simply enormous in thi- very valuable article from the fact that it always 1 cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, A-tlima, Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bot 1 tie free, large size $1. Every bottle war j rauted. Dead After Slxty-one Tear* In an Ady tum On Saturday last, Mrs. Catherine Smith, the third patient admitted to the W. L. Asylum after it was opened in 1828, died. She was from Washington county and was about thirty years old when she was admit ted, which was July 25, 1828. She lost her mind through religious excitement. She died in her 92d year, long since forgotten by the world and passed out of the memory of her relatives. When she went into the Asylum, John Quincy Adams was Presi dent of the United States, and during her confinement there, there have been seven teen occupants of the Presidential chair. Steamships, railroads, gas, and electricity as a motive and lightning power, have come into use, and the Uniou has doubled its number of States since she, as a young wo man, turned her back on the world and passed through the o’d front gate of the Asylum that used to stand on the old Green ville turnpike.— Staunton Vindicator. Among the Wheeling Rcg'utcr't sketches of the members of the House of Delegates we find the following complimentary men tion of our representatives, as follows: WELL KNOWN MEN. Of the new members, some are not new to prominent positions. Messrs. Sprigg, of Hardy; Lively, of Lewis, and Samuels, of Cabell are active and well known men whose reputation is not bounded by their own locality. These three, with Col. Chew, of Jefferson, ere clearly the most prominent figures on the floor. They have lead the debates, though receiving able assistance from Shaw, Stifel, (*arden, and others. \ PROMISING YOUNG MAN. Him. B D. Gibson, of Jefferson, is one of the most prominent young men in the Legislature. Slender, delicately built, with a bright face and quiet manners, he presents an appearance that is decidedly in contrast with some of his brethren. He has taken an active part in all the debates of the House, and has had the courage to break loose from the party leading siring and take his own course when he saw fit, but, withal, Mr. Gibson is a sterling Democrat. The “White Caps” are reported to have left grammatically constructed notes of warning to several white and black citizens of Shepberdatown. The extent of the pru dential precautions against surprise may be judged by the Regiatcr's statement that “one person who was warned is so worked up that lie loads his gun every time he goes home, and his musket is now filled to the muzzle with buckshot.” We’ll venture to remark that the alarm of fire in Charlestown, or other of our villages, in the midnight hour would reveal a white cap or two at every upstairs window,—and only old bachelors are alarmed by them. A few days ago Henry C. Mumma sold privately his farm of one hundred and twen ty-five acres in Sliarpsburg district, and twenty acres of mountain land on Elk Itidge, Washington county, Maryland, to R. I). Fisher, of Jefferson county, West Virginia, for ten thousand and ninety-a»x dollars. Thirteen years ago Mumma paid nine thou sand one hundred and ninety dollars for the same property. Some of the most des perate fighting of the battle of Antietam occurred ou this land. It wa« crossed and re-crossed by Sumner’s and Franklin’s corps as the tide of battle advanced or receded. Rucklen’s Arnica Salve. The Be-t Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, SHt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For -ale by C. Frank Jones. Mr. Harry F. Turner, who purchased at the .-ale of the cargo of the wrecked steam er Montana 50,WO bushels of damaged corn, wid have it bagged and shipped to the celebrated duckinsr shore, Carroll’s Island, situated at the north of the Gun _loU.J l.alnnrrs t n « number of gentlemen in Baltimore, and is about the finest duck-shooting grounds in the country. Holes will be punctured in the bags, and they will be distributed around on the flats where it is desired to have the ducks. As the holes in the bass will be small, it will require a long time for the ducks to empty a bag.—Balti morr Sun. The count for State officers was continued in the joint assembly of the West Virginia Legislature on Tuesday, but not concluded. Mr. Carr, P resident of the Senate, a labor union man, bas announced hiiuself as a candidate for United States Senator and ex pect- Democratic support. Fwo ballots for Senator were taken, Mr. kenna receiving 41 on the tir>t and 42 cn the second to 43 for Gen.Goff. Rev. W. F. Ward of the Baltimore Con ference of the M. K. Church, pastor of Madison Square Church, Baltimore, died in that city Wednesday night, January 30th. He had filled a good many prominent sta tion- at one time was in Winchester. He married Mis- Ella Ginn, daughter of the late George* W. Ginn of Winchester. It is authoritatively announced that Pres ident Cleveland will return to the State of New York to reside on the expiration of his term of office, and will on March 5th resume the practice of his profession in New York City, having associated himself 89 counsel with the law firm of Bangs, Stettson, Tracy and McVeagh. Mr. John D. Lakeman. of Opequon, Fredrick county, recently killed a very fin eagle near that place. The bird weighed 13 lh;., and measured 7 ft. 4 in. from tip to tij of wing*. After being brought to terra ffnua by a -hot which broke one wing, it showed fight, when Mr. L. dispatched it with a fence slake. A beautiful young baroness committed suicide by taking poison at Meyerlingat the same time that the Crown Prince took his life. The two acts were committed almost simultaneously. PIANOS. $11*5; ORGANS. $30; BUGGIES. $\5: SKWISG MACHINES, $35. Write to ROY C. STONE, Kingwood, W. Va., for cut and description, free. | Yeb. 7, 188®-3m * A Baltimore lady, who has spent some time in Vienna, wiites in regard to Princess ' Stephanie, widow of the late Crown Prince J of Austria, that she has been greatly mis represented by the printed accounts. The ludy says, whether in the full splenJor ol court dress, or in the simple costumes which she wore at the castle of Luxemburg, she was always the incarnation of youth and beauty. At the time of her marriage, tlu Princess Stephanie was small and slight, and gave but little promise of the beau t which to day makes her one of the hand somest women in the Austrian Empire. Since then she has grown several inches and developed a superb figure and a wealth of golden hair, which is quite dazzling in such a land of brunettes. The Princess Stephanie is a blond of the purest type. Her complexion is like milk and roses, and her features like those of a Greek statue. Her eyes are small and almond-shaped, but soft and bright, and her whole face express es that sweetness and amiability for which she is so universally beloved. Happiness ami Health Are important problems, the former de pending greatly on the latter. Every one is familliar with the healthy properties of fruit, and no one can afford to be sick and miserable while the pleasant California concentrated liquid fruit remedy, Syrup ol Figs, mxv be had of our enterprising ding gists. For sale by C. Frank Jones. •» -— If Mr. Wanamaker shall be appointed Postmaster General it is to be hoped that he will have his reports prepared by the man who uow writes his vigorous and enter taining advertisements which are so useful to him in his business. The Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria committed suicide last week by shooting himself in the head whilst in bed. So it appears neither riches nor political position secure happiness. When a wife tells her tipsy husband’to come straight upstairs to bed sbe indulgt s in a bit of sarcasm that he doesn’t fully ap preciate until he gives it a 6ober second thought. $->00 Reward is offered, in good faith, by the manufac turers of Dr. Sage s Catarrh which they cannot cure. It is mild, soothing and heal inr in its effects, and cures ‘‘cold in the head,” catarrhal deafness, throat ailments, and many other complications of this dis tressing disease. 30 cents, by druggi ts. It is stated that Sir Julian Pauncefote, permanent under Secretary of State for the foreign office, has been appointed British minister to the United States. Mrs. Matilda Griswold Frelinghuysen, widow of the late cx-Secretary of Stat» Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, died Sunday at Newark, N. J. Mr. Charles R. Paxton, one of the wealth iest farmers in Loudouu county, died at hi* residence, near Leesburg, Friday, of angina pectoris. Judge Wm. M. Merrick of the District o' Columbia bench, died iu Washington on Monday. Buffalo, New York, had a $3,000,^00 fin on Saturday. Several acres of buildings in ruins. Without indulging iu boastful statement* we assert that we believe we convince even buyer that out prices are absolutely the low esl in Charlestown, by which I mean that my clothing represents more genuine value, quality, stvle and durability lor the amount you can afford to invest than is tillered b> any other concern in this town. That’s tin verdict that has been cheerfully accorded the Leading Clothier again and again by thousands of patrons who have put the is sue to the test. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. My surplus clothing sale has made my immense piles «.f clothing smaller. It con vinces me that people know when I am of fering great inducements. They will inva riably get them. Remember this surplus sale holds good only till April 1st. Wm. Kahn, Sudler Building. Here's pleasant tidings—pleasant tiding* for buvers. Truthful information for every body who needs clothes. This will prove weeks of exceptionally low prices at Kahn's My interesting surplus sale of winter suits and overcoats is booming as merrily as the day is long. If you ore in the neighbor hood just investigate the merits of these inducements. Wm. Kahn, Sadler Building. Pride of the West Cctton 14c—our price for a few days only f»}c. Hibschman’s. Men's Double-breasted Melton Os ercoats re duced to $2.90 fit Hirschmas’s. Men's long Ulstereite Overcoats with Plush Cuffs and Collar reduced to $2.3oat Hhwchman’s. Our stock of Overcoats must be reduced at any price. Men's Overcoats reduced to $l.65at Hikschman’s. Special bargains in Men’s Dress Over, oats at IIirtuiman’s. Don't fail to \ isit the groat Overcoat 9alc at Hibsch max's. MJERMtWSD* In the parlor of the Ebbitt House, Wash ington. D. C.. January 2!*th, 1S89. by the Rev. Dr. Sutherland, Miss LILLIE HAMMII.L, of Kearneysville, to Mr. THOMAS E. REED, of Fairfax county, Virginia. January 24, lsS9. in the Memorial P. E. Church, Baltimore, by Rev. Dr. Mead Dame, Mr. C. H. KX^L'SH, of Washington, and Miss MINNIE II. CHAM HERS, daughter of Capt. G. W. Chambers, of Harj>er’s Ferry. At the residence of the bride's mother, near Gerardstowti, January 30th, by Rev. C. W. Hollis, assisted by Rev. E. L. Wilson, Mr. "ER NEST B. FOSTER, of Washington. D. C., and Miss EFEIE V. L. DENNY. In Rohrersville, Washington countv, Md., by Rev. Mr. Beard. CHARLES C. ORCUTT. of that place, to Miss MOLLIE L. BOND, of Har per's Ferry. DEED. At the home of her daughter. Mrs. L. Felt ner, near Berryville. Va.. January 27, 18?<9. Mrs. LEATHY L. DECK, aged 70 years. 4 months and 11 days. The deceased was the wife of David Deck, who died on the 17th of January. In Baltimore, on Friday, February 1, 1889, ! HARRY P. T. JOHNSON, son of Benjamin | F Johnson, formerly of this town—aged 3 j years. At his residence near Harper's Ferrv, Jan uary is, 1889. Mr. JOHN ROULETTI^, aged ; si years, 10 months and 13 days. At his home in this county on Saturday morning, February 2nd. 1889, Mr. WILLIAM FERGUSON—aged 68 years. IJn Cincinnati, Ohio, February 2, 1»89, at tbt residence of her husband, Dr. J. H. late. Mrs. MAGGIE C. TATE. FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY. Money and Room Wanted. $5,000 Worth of Surplus Stock consisting of Men's Boys' and Children's OVERCOATS AND WINTER SUITS to be disposed of at FORCED SALE. near in mind that these suits and over coats are all of this season’s purchase and .ire among the choicest goods that were on the market. I am caught with too many oyercoatsand winter suits, considering the season is draw ing to n close, and rather thau lose valuable space and have ^CAPIT&LIIVESTED 18 DEADSTOCK we prefer to dispose of the surplus at your own bid. This tragic sale will continue for 90 days. Remember that you have the choice of any ♦nit or overcoat in the building which is a guarantee that you can ne suited. I show ;he largest stock of Clothing in the Valley. My immense Spring stock will arrive April 1st. Respectfully, WM. KAHN, THE LEADING CLOTHIER, SADLER BUILDING. January 10, 1888. HEADQUARTERS! Respectfully caWs your attention to his elegant stock of TOYS, FINE CONFECTIONS, FRUITS, OYSTERS, Cakes in all its Branches; all fresh and line. Prices guaranteed as low as any other house in town. Thankful for past patronage, and hoping to merit a continuance, I am Respectfully, Dec. 13, 1888. GUSTAV BROWN. First Class EATING_ HOUSE. r HAVE opened a first-class EATING HOUSE I on POST OFFICE AVENUE, where I will serve Meals and Lunches at reasonable rates. Everything the market * fiords will be C< >OKED TO ORDER ina style which will please the most fastidious. PORTER HOUSE BEEF STEAK, MUTTON CHOPS HAM AND EGGS, ETC., or whatever your appetite fancies, please ask for it. I appeal to a generous public for their hearty support. Very respectfully, vour obedient servant, * JOHN W. SHORTS. Post Ofike Avenue. Winchester. Virginia. July 14, 18*7. WATSON HOUSE, Charlestown, W. Va. JAMES WATSON, Proprietor. MEALS at all hours to suit Travelers. Tran sient Boarding on Rea-onable Terms. Hacks to and from all trains Free of Charge. £0- The Bar is Supplied with Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Ac. April 5, 1883. Boarder a Wanted. THE Misses Ware having removed to the dwelling on “Mi. Parvo” recently occupied bv Mr. Jno. P. Brown and family, will take a few boarders. The house is a very convenient one—delightfully situated. Miss Lizzie Ware will continue her Mantua Making. April 5. 1W8. To the Public. Boot and shoe making and re pairing bv the undersigned atthestand of the late Robert 11 unsicker on Main street, near Water street. Work executed neatly and prouiptlv. Respectfully, v 1 • JOHN Q. FLEMING. January 10. ISsp—3m. _ For Rent. A COMFORTABLE, roomy and convenient Dwelling in excellent repair. Po>»ession given at once. For terms. Ac., apply to 6 Joseph trapnell. Attorney in fact for owner. January 10,1W9. HIRSCH MAN’S GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE NOW IN PROGRESS Our stores crowd* d with customers Monday and Tuesday. Notwithstanding the big rush lots of bargains yej remain. As one lady temarkep, she never seen goods offered at such aw fully low prices.' We can’t held St, the goods must he sold. Note some of the prices: OenU. Fruit of the Loom Cotton, yard wide. 71 Towling, rive different patterns.reduced to 31 Cents' Mufflers (slightly soiled)... “ 17 Whi-e Bed Spreads. *j 50 “ “ ** verv large size, fringe .. . ‘ 75 Fancy “ “ “ " . “ % 75 Marseilles ** beautiful styles, $2 00.. “ fl.35 La lies’ Rubbers. JJ 5® Remnants of Hamburg?, worth 7. * and ems.... “ “ “ “ 12, li and :0 cents...~. Torchon Laces that were 10, 12 and 15 cents. Grev Twilled Flannel worth 18 cents.. LADIF8’AND CHILDREN'S C.AJAKS AT ANY PRICE. Plaid Muslin Ramnants given away at. ® Percale, yard wide, short lengths, 12J and 15, now. Jj 35 sample pieces of Indian Linen from 15 to 25 cents, your choice. 10 Sateens, new spring styles for this sale only. 0* Keniuants, yard wide. Bleached Cotton. . *» 50 pieces of Calico, new spring styles, for this sale only. 5 IvM Whit* Blankets must go at. •“ Comforts, large size $1.25, clearing price...- . Plaid Muslins, very flue goods, slightly imperfect, regular price 25 cents, reduced to. 121 NO WINTER GOODS WILL BE SPARED. S. D HIRSCHMAN & CO Feb. 7, 1889. FORCASHONLY! No Books, No Charging, No Credit. IX THE FUTURE Our Grcnt Storon Will Sell for Cash Only AND AT GREATLY REDUCED PROFITS OVER THE CREDIT SYSTEM. UPDEG RAFFS. In storekeeping experience has proven that Cash is the right way and credit the wrong wav. Taking the buyers' Cash for goods and charging on the books the same goods at the same price to credit buyers who may pay promptly or never pay at all, is simply making the Cash Buyer pay for the Credit System, with its expenses of Bookkeepers, Collectors, Bad Debt*. Btationejy, Postage and a number of other Costly Evils attending such a system which largely increase the cost of the goods to every buver. in evety retail store that in any way engages in the Credit System. The many attempts to establish ‘tores with two prices—one for Cash and another for Credit —has in every instance proven a hoj*eless fail ure. 0'» the otiier hand the One Price Cash System has proven a Der ided Success, and is still growing in favor. It deals even-handed with every one and materially Reduces the Cost of Goods. During the past week we have marker! down every article in the store to meet the One Price Cash System. Under this system we guarantee every arti cle sohl, and if unsatisfactory the purchaser • an return the same in good order within five days and get the money back. b UPDEO RAFFS. Our Annual Clearing Sale OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS I3egins ToDay. That means in our store a price that will bring buyers for all such goods as require pack - ing up and putting out of the way until next Fall ami Winter. Every article will have the price marked on it in plain figure* and no de viation from that price. We keep eve-y article for male and female wear from birth to death of the liner, medium ami common qualities (except ladies' bonnets) and every article has been marked down to meet the ONE-PRICE CASH SYSTEM. UPDEG RAFFS’ Strictly One-Price Cash Store. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Jan. 10, 1880. What’s the Matter With HENRY DUMM. Oil He’s All Right ! BONBONS, CHOCOLATES, -ABSOLUTELY PURE CANDIES— Foreign and Domestic! FRESH NUTS AND FRUITS. -PRESENTS IN GREAT PROFUSION For Man, Woman arid Child. Infinite Variety of Dolls- Games, Novelties, Toys, And in store also large supplies of sweetmeats and the essential elements for Cakes ami Pud dings for the Holiday time. Families or individuals supplied with CAKE of every kind. FRUIT CAKE a special tv All made to order or for sale at my counter. I have trade unusuul preparation to supply the public. Oysters—the best quality—sold in quantity to suit purchasers. Respectfully. Dec. 13, 1*38. HENRY DUMM. A TEIUHRLE |CUTTING AFFAIR AT THE j TEMPLE OF FASHION. The Business of 1888 is Over. 'VJ’uW I have a lew things to say and many X s bargain- to offer Cash Bnysrs. I am cut ting and slashing prices fut their benefit. Over coats for men, boys and children. Suits ditto. Fur Cups, Fur Collars. Far Gloves, Fur Robe*. Underwear. Ac. 17 per cent, discount on all these goods. • Jan. 10 li*89. GEO. H. HAG LEY. The Daily Gazette, CHARLESTON, W. VA. EVERYBODY will want to know what is go ing on at the State Capital This Winter. The SENATORIAL and ELECTION CON TESTS alone will excite the cariosity of all classes. The DAILY GAZETTE will contain the best and most accurate accounts published ■ by any p*per in Charleston atid not excelled i by an) paper in the State. Price, per Month...-.I ■ “ •< SMonUia*...— .——•-•••• LOO ( ** '* YMT Ai.iift. ,rlfrrtt. n. ,nim flniim A00 THE SHENANDOAH Is Here I o Stay In order to reduce our immense stock of goods and get everything in good shape for oar new Mnrtiyr, for tin* next '-ixty days we will sell goods on a very small margin. DOI T FAIL TO CALL AKD GET SO - Bargains in Cashmeres. Henrietta Cloths, Dress Flan nels. Fancy Dress Goods. Best Calicoes 5, 8 and 7c. Ginghams 0. 7. 8 and 10c. BROWN AND BLEACHED COTTONS AT BOTTOM PRICES. White, Red and Gray Flannels at about cost. Every person knows the Milling Store i» r Hals ami Cups Will lx? Sold at C<»et. We curry a large Stock of Wontcu’s, Misses and Children’s Shoes as well as Men’s and Boys’ Boots and Shoes. | It is much more convenient tocount cash than bouts and shoes, so come ulotig with your cash | and get a bargain. We carry the largest assort ment of Glassware and Queensware j in town. If you want to buy a wedding or Christmas present, the Milling Store is the , place to get it. HERE ISAPIC-NICINPRI ES Granulated Sugar, He.; White Buga/ 7lc.; Light Brown Sugar, Hr.: Good Molasses, 36e.; Black Molasses. 25c.: Good N O. Molosses, 36c.; [ Currants. 7c ; Valencia Raisins, 10c. or 3 for25c.; Layer Raisins. 15c.; Citron i5c.; Rice. "C.j Choice Green Coffee" I He. and *j)c.; Roasted Coffees, 20c. and 23c. Wc buy our Salt by the Car-Load, and give our cu&tomen the benefit. Fine Stilt $1.65 per sick. 0. A. Salt 85c. p-rsack. If you want a good Christmas Cake buy a iack of Pri in rose Flour Won't fail to find our Store. Centre Room of the Sadler Building. SHENANDOAH MILLING CO. Nov. » 1««*. *TYu» Y» ttve 'Boo\ Sot WE.V DON’T vbouuyr Rubber Boots until you have seen the “COLCHESTER* with Solo leather Hoei. This Is ths best fitting and MOST DURABLE BOOT In the market. Made of the beat PURE SUM Stock. The 8ols leather Heel saves Money to tbs Vianr. HONT BUY YOUR ARCTICS UN* WV/H I TIL YOU HAVK SUN THS COLCHESTER ARCTIC with “Outside Counter." Ahead Of ALL othero In style A durability. If you want ths worth of your money try the Colohaater with “OUTSIDE COUNTER.” Kept Here by the Best Stores. At wholesale by H. CHILDS & CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. Nov. 22, ltS8—3m. JUST received fresh Pure Ground Black Pepper, Ite«i Pepper, Ground Hege. Sweet Majorani. Coriander Seed ami pureGranulated ! Saltpeter. AISQCITH A CO. Cantor Oil 2lfc. pt. 2 grain Ljuinioe PHI* 10c. doz., Jamaica Ginger 65c. pint at C. Frank Joker' Drug Store. CO APS.—We have in More a largo stock ot O Toilet 8oap«. We call special attention »o our 10 and 7 cent soaps. AlbQCITH A 00. SCHOOL SUPPLIES furnished by OFJ>. T. LIGHT. NEW CROP N. 0. MOLASSES for bale bj Jan. 24. ’S8 W. 3. MERCHA>’T.