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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 May 1882

HEBE SHALL THE PBESS THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND TJNBBIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1882. VOL. 1.-NO. 44. _■*_■_ Ihills and Fever. Simmons Liver RegImtor ibon breaks the hilla and carries the ever out of the ■?•- --m. It cure* when all ther remedies fall. Sick Headache. For the relief and ure of this distressing Bictlon take Mm~7 — ■■■ mons Liver Regulator. DYSPEPSIA. Ths Beralator will posatlv.lv cnre this terrible fllsMse. W« assert emphatioally what we know to CONSTIPATION should not he regarded as a trifling ailment. Katun demands the utmost regularity of the bowel*. Therefore assist Nature by taking Simmons Liv..i Regulator. It is harmless, mild and effectual. Relief is at hand for iho<e who suffer day after day with Files. It has cured hundreds, and will MALARIA. Pmom niiy avoid »U attacks by oceaaionallv faking a dose of Simmons Liver Regnlator to keep the Liver In healthy action. BA...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 May 1882

The Stephens City Star. ;i BY BEN S. OILMORE. 1 " SATURDAY, MA ] Terms, $1,00 pet Year, in Advance. * Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, a Vii.. us second dual matter. j ReaDJI'STEP.ISM AT FftONT Royal, t —A gentleman who has just returned | v from a visit to the above place, fur- fi riisb.es us with some of the particulars, h of' a dastardly outrage perpetrated by | a Riddleberger and some oi' his satel- t, lites at a political meeting held there (ai Monday last, and which might have ■, q resulted seriously if they could have b had their own way. The county court j t was in session, and the town was crowd-! i; fed. It had been announced that Far- i c sou Massey would address the people j i on the political questions now agitat- ( 1 ing the public mind in Virginia, and j c Riddleberger having heard of it, left j f Washington and hurried to Woodstock, where he gathered together ten r or twelve of his hirelings and pro- c ceded to Front Royal. On bis arri- , val there he made ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 May 1882

The Stephens City Star. HERE AND HEBEABOUT. A Few Items of Interest Gathered by Our Busy Local Reporter. The man who to the bar-room goes Paints for himself a gorgeous nose. Stab only $1.00 per year. The Fourth of July comes on Tuesday. Front gates are now on the swing again. Wrinkles disfigure a woman less than ill nature. Locals & cents a line for each and every insertion. Mr. Fred Kerns lost a valuable colt on Wednesday last. Job work done neatly, promptly and cheaply at this office. Our farmer friends should keep an eye open for sharpers. The weather won't give the bonnet and straw hat a chance. Some men treat and re-treat for want of moral courage to retreat. Carpenters, painters and mechanics of all trades are thronged with work. Speculation in cattle deprives thousands of people of meat at their meals. Our mechanics are all driven with work, and will be kept busy through the summer. The large and increasing circulation of the Star renders it a valuable paper to ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 May 1882

——————— —I——— THE NEWS. 1 The differences botwoon tho Cloveland Rolling Mill Company and its employes have culminated in a lockout. All the company's works aro shut down, and between 3,000 and 4,000 men aro idle. Edmund W. Kingsland, 70 years of nge, secretary and treasurer of the Provident Institution for Savings, Jersoy city, shot himself in his office, iv tho rear of tho bank. The fourth trial of the suit of Cyrus H. MoCormick against the Pennsylvania Railroad Company in New York, resulted in a verdict for plaintiff for $18,248. His baggage was destroyed by flro while in tho company's custody. Tho steamship C'aallonia, which left New York for Liverpool May 3, when 1,200 miles out broko her machinery, and was obliged to proceed under sail. The Peninsula railroad of Dolawaro, Maryland and Virginia is to bo made a direct lino to tho South, via Btoamers from Cherrystone to Norfolk. An attempt was made a few nights ago to assassinate Gov. Overton, of Chickasaw, Indian Nation, by firin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 3 June 1882

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1882. VOL. 1.-NO. 46. ? Chills and Fever. . Simmons Liver Ree;- , nlater Boon breaks the Chills and carrion the Fever out of the system. It cure* when all other remedies fall. . Siok Headache. J For the rellei and I cure of thia distressing affliction take him oions Liver Regulator. lui-rcPSIA. or will rosatlvsly cure this terrible saert emphatically what we know to CONSTIPATION regarded as a trifling ailment. Nature utmost regularity of the bowel*. Rt Nature by taking Simmons Livtr is harmieps, mild and effectaal. PILES. hand for those who Buffer day after i. It has cured hundreds, and will MALARIA. " avoid a 1 attacks by occasionally of Simmons Li ver Regulator to keep sajfhy action. BAD BREATH ng from a disordered stomach, can v taking Simmons Liver Regulator. JAUNDICE. v(r Regulator soon eradicates this he wystem, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 3 June 1882

The Stephens City Star. V BEN S. GILMORE. I 'SPA V, JUNE 8, 1882. LOO per Year, in Advance. ■ ■ the Post Office, Stephens City, ,ss MCOnd class matter. ler from ( alll"oi ilia. San Francisco, Cal., ) May 15,1882. | roß:—When 1 promised some i give you an nccouat of a conisit to Chinatown, I did not reHoulty of the task I hail under--1 never would have made such I lise, and it is only in deference J es of your correspondent, "Hoc I now attempt the fulfillment of own, proper, embraces about i right in the heart of tbc'city, bited almost exclusively by Chiuving but few white people so as to consent to live within its incts. It is est minted tbntwitbted space there are thirty or fornetlmes fifty or sixty thousand iniciled, so you can imagine how ey are packed. During their ason, when all in the city and i\ the country are congregated swarm like beeg and almost eomok up the streets. I am not rail the Chinese calendar, and do tand their method of computing [ believe if is governed by the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 3 June 1882

The Stephens City Star. , HEEE AND HEEEABOUT. ■ —i— r Star only $1.00 per year. i The morning concerts of the birds j are delightful. The work on the new M. E. Church is progressing finely. Some of our farmers are already ( engaging their harvest hands. , Excursions, picnics and Sunday school parties will soon be in order. ' Let our men of means invest their money for the improvement of the town. ' The women who spend the most money on dress are by no means the best dressed women. Stephens City now has the appear- i ance of being one of the most cleanly i kept towns in the State. C H. Vandever, Esq., editor of the i Keyeer (W. Va.) Tribune, made us a I pleasant call yesterday. I Locals S centt a line for each and ' every insertion. , Few of the spring fashions are new; inoal of them are revivals of old styles . it- only a few years ago. They have got a poet in Steele & Bros. store, and like all other poets, he occasionally sings of love. i The young friends of Wm. M. Kro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 3 June 1882

A fire in Tombstone, Arizona, destroyed a large number of buildings. The portion of the town burned comprises almost the entire business part of the place. Three of the principal hotels were burned. The office of the Daily Nugget was destroyed and tho Daily Epitaph office heavily damaged. The Western Union Telegraph office was also destroyed. It is impossible to estimate the loss closely at present, but it will probably reach $500,000. The insurance will aggregate $250,000. An infernal machine, containing powder and a fuse, was found on the porch ofjthe office of the Weekly News, at Warrepsbnrgh, N. Y. An inscription on the machine warned the edito to leave the town. He had offended some by the utterance of temperance principles. Eugene V. Clad was found guilty in Thilv delphia of the fraudulent mutilation of $5 and $10 gold pieces. Ho is said to have admitted that he made $2 50 out of $5 pieces and $5 out of $10. Hia mode of operation was to empty the coin of its contents, fill the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 June 1882

By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. VOL. 1.-NO. 47. - . ___ _______^__________-. Chills and Fever. Simmon* Liver Regulator « ou breakk tlie other reniedlei fail. Sick Headache. For the relief and cure of Ihis distressing affliction take Mmmons Liver Kegulator. DYSPEPSIA. The Regulator will posatively cure thin terrible dUeafte. We aawert emphatically what we know to CONSTIPATION should not be regarded an a trifling ailment. Nature demands the inmost regularity of the bowels. Therefore afntst Nature by taking Simmons Llv«r Regulator. It in hartuieps. mild and effectual. PILES. Belief is at hand for tho.-e who suffer day after day with Piles. It has cured hundreds, and will MALARIA. Persons may avoid a I attacks by occasionally taking a dose of Simmons Liver Regnlator to keep the Ltver in healthy action. BAD BREATH generally arising from a disordered Stomach, can oe corrected by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. JAUNDICE. Simmons Liver Regulat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 June 1882

The Stephens City Star. BY Br>N S. QILMORE. V, JUNE 13, iss2~ Terms, $.1.00 per Year, in Advance. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., as second olass matter, B@~ We take no more subscriptions to the Washington Post. Veey Cheeking News.—One of the most welcome presentations of news it has been tne privilege of any journal to make to the public for a long while past was the six-column condensation of crop reports from all the various sections of the country as published in the New York World of the sth inst. These reports came in each instance from parties in a situation to "know whereof they speak." They show the outlook to be magnificent —that all the cereals are doing well, and that increased crops are confidently expected. As to the cotton crop there is a prospect of a much larger yield than last year, despite the Hoods and late frosts. There is an increased acreage. The winter wheat has been unharmed by the frost, and though a reduced average is reported, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 June 1882

The Stephens City Star. HERE AND HEREABOUT, I saw a horse fly up the creek, A cat-nip at her food ; I saw a chestnut-burr, arid heard A shell-Imrk in the wood. I saw | Jack plane oil a board, A oar-spring off the track ; I saw a saw-dust off Hie floor. And then a carpet-luck. (Ex. t&" We take no more subscriptions \ to the Washington Post. Strawberry festivals are now in order. "Glass" butter is in market. It requires no coloring. Hay making will soon engage the attention of the farmer. Stephens City is at the present time in a very healthy condition. When you ask old maids how old they are, their rage is manifest. If the poor cannot always get meat, the rich cannot always digest it. The time has arrived to make arrangements and announce camp meetings. This is the "month of ros"s," and the air is filled with their fragrant odor. Every stranger who visits Stephens City is charmed with the beauties of the place. People are never satisfied. Only a week or two since it was t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 June 1882

THE NEWS. A largo fire oconrred at rutham, Ct. The Bugbeo block was totally destroyed, and the dostoffiee burned out. Nothing was saved. The surrounding buildings were badly damaged. It is said to have been the work of tramps. The total loss is estimated at $00,000. The sealo presented to all the mills of the Mahoning Valley, Ohio, refused to sign. No wrk will be dono at any of them. Brown, Banncll & Co. have ordered all their furnaces and coal mines to bo closed down. This strike willt hrow 10.C00 men out of employment in this valley alone. In the New York Chamber of Comruerco a letter irom Senator Bayard was received saying the bill introduced by Stato Senator Harris with reference to contagious diseases would be dangerous to commerce. Resolutions were adopted protesting against the removal of the Brooklyn navy-yard, and favoring the President's signaturo of tho Geneva award bill. Six thousand immigrauts arrived at New York 30th ult., making 90,t00 during tho month of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 June 1882

HEBE SHALL THE PBEBB THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, DNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND TJNBBIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882. VOL. 1.-NO. 48. kThrn and Now. I were a boy again!" .rote a pensive bard, as a foolish >■ iah to pen, h trouble pressed him hard, to childhood would return, sat his chequered years ; ire their rigid lessons learn, Irmoil, toil and tears ? righter rages would be traced ,n the book of time ; icord of wronij words erased— deeds show more snblime ? le hnman will is weak irb the passionß wild ; ly not think or act or speak nature undented, ould he tread life's path again, ,11 the garnered lore, • Heaped from the harvests that have been, Would make him err no more. The same temptations still would rise To tempt his fickle clay; The same dark clouds obscure the skies, The same snares fill his way. And then, as now, wonld he repeat The follies of the past; Hurl prudence from its regal seat, And trnth behim hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 June 1882

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. GU.MORE. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882. Terms, $1.00 per Year, in Advance. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., as second class matter. The Louisville Courier - Journal makes a very heavy charge against the man who was recently seated in the House of Representatives, by a resort to expedients on the part of the Republican majority, of the most revolutionary character. It. says: "T. J. Mackey, the fraud the Republicans propose to seat in the House, was once deputy surveyor at Nebraska City, Neb., where he stole a lot of dry goods from the store of Hall & Baker, and tried to murder a clerk for demanding payment. Subsequently, under threat of suit, he paid for the goods, and left Nebraska City, leaving many debts. He is there regarded as a scoundrel of the deepest dye. He went to South Carolina in 1860, and after the war identified himself with the carpet-bag brigade, and went in for stealings. He is now trying to steal a seat in Congr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 June 1882

The Stephens City Star. "hereand heeeabout. —- i 1 want to be a Senator, And with the big boys stand, A diamond in my shirt-front And a bill within my hand ; I'm tired of being holiest, I won't stick to that tribe, So I'll take a seat at Washington, And work for cubli and bribe. Some one says that a negro will sell his shirt for a watermelon.. This is the proper season to kill cats —in fact it always is the season to kill cats. In Texas and Arkansas, where the wheat harvest is just over, the yield is excellent. It is said that the fate of Jesse James has not reduced crime on the Western border. Why is a piece of cheap flannel like a dirty man? Because they both shrink from washing. Work, sleep, reading, recreation and study, in due proportion, make up the life of a healthy man. The Staunton Vindicator says a colored man from Winchester has the small-pox in Augusta county. If every person would be half as good as he expects his neighbor to be, what a heaven this would be ? Don't forg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 June 1882

Ijrsey, now on trial at Washingconcerned in the atar-routc o be negotiating for the purest mansion in Denver, Col, isidence, md Grape Sugar Association lecided, in view of the probable lany manufactories, to conßoliories. ■o colored men of Misssissippi r Chihuahua, Mexioo, with a blishment of a colored settleaccident occurred on tbe Haricar Cos Cob. Five children on Lockwood, of that village, two boys, the eldest of whom md tho youngest four, were track, when suddenly they behind them. They crossed lining track, but hardly had it when the New Haven Exup. Utterly bewildered and iut either way, the children moment. The engineer saw vored to stop his train. It was )r, and the train dashed over lem instantly. Two were liter-1 What makes the case a pecu-1 lg one is that the uncle of the irick Lockwood, was the engin. No blame attaches to him. ■re received of an attack on the field by six armed and mounted i into the town of Brookfield I was closing for the day, discovering the clerks wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 22 July 1882

HEBE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UN AWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. 8. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, VOL, H.-NO. I. Summer Thoughts, Spring brings life to sleoping winter, Starting bud and blade and root. Changing trout and sunshine into Opening leaf and tender shoot, Making tiny flowers peep From the stream aud hillside steep. Later, all her arts employing, Nature laugliß in wanton glee ; Wind with falling blossoms tojing, Showers they fall from shrub and tree, Filling the air with odors sweet, Mingling beauty the eye to greet. Summer time, her gifts boslowi:<g, •Early strives with sun and air, Gives in measure overflowing Verdure green and blossoms fair ; Like a matron grand she stands Offering food with open bands. Roses paint their petals daily, Working in the noonday sun ; Lilies ope their eyes, and gayly, When the morning has begun, Shed their perfumes all around Wrought by rootlets 'neath the ground. ■ Autum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 22 July 1882

The Stephens City Star. BY KBR B. OiI.MORE. ~BATURDAY, JUL V 22, 18827 Terms, $1.00 per Year, in Advance. Entered at the Post OlTice, Stephens City, Vn.. as second class matter. The Law Relating to Newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, an considered aa wishing to continue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publishers may continue to semi then until all arrearages are , paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take ' their periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible | until they have settled their bills and or- i dared them discontinued. Any person who receives a newspaper ' and makes use of it, whether he has ordered it or not, is held in law to be a subscri- < her Politics excite some comment, but no enthusiasm is yet manifest. <!•»» It is reported that Mrs. Garfield i has received one of Jay Hubbell's eir- < culars informing h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 22 July 1882

Middletown Department. NOM DE PLUME, EDITOR. THURSDA V, JUL V 20, 1882. i Maid of Detroit,ere we wed. Tell me, can you bake good bread? Is the coffee that you brew Strong and clear, of amber hue? Do you ever comb your hair When the weird hash you prepare? But first of all, pray tell me, sweet, Arc you cursed with frigid feet ? — Free Press. Hay-harvesting is the order of the day. What Middletown needs —A good tailor. The peach crop will soon be ready for market. The evenings and mornings are cool and pleasant. The women are now troubled with the jam-jams. The Gossipper's Joy is running a full force of hands. The next legal holiday will be Thanksgiving Day. Strother J. Edmonson, Esq., is now chief of police of Middletown. Nothing is better than old papers to place under carpets. Next month will inaugurate the camp meeting season. The gay and festive cucumber now meets with ready sale. The Clipper, in consequence of the pressure of news, issues a daily supplement. Many of the Star's a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 22 July 1882

NOM DE PLUME, EDITOR. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1882. | '__i n ~ [ Maid of Detroit, ere we wed. Tell me, can you bake good bread ? Is the coffee that you brew Strong and clear, of amber hue? Do you ever comb your hair When the weird hash you prepare? Rut first of all, pray tell me, sweet, Are you cursed with frigid feet ? — Free Press. Hay-harvesting is the order of the What Middletown needs —A good ■ The peach crop will soon be ready for market. The evenings and mornings are cool | and pleasant. The women are now troubled with the jam-jams. The Gossipper's Joy is running a full force of hands. The next legal holiday will be Thanksgiving Day. Strother J. Edmonson, Esq., isnow chief of police of Middletown. Nothing is better than old papers to place under carpets. Next month will inaugurate the camp meeting season. The gay and festive cucumber now meets with ready sale. The Clipper, in consequence of the pressure of news, issues a daily supplement. Many of the Star's admirers in Middletown ...

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