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

Middletown Department. nom de plume, editor. SATURDA V, SEPT. 2, 1882. Grapes are beginning to ripen. Boss ice-cream at Prof. Dick Wells'. Watermelons are beginning to turn green. Our farmers are very busy plowing again. The young man now ordereth more moustache dye. Mr. Ludwig has moved to his new property on East Main street. The pretty girl purchaseth a new supply of lily white for the picnic. E. O. Larrick enters as a new candidate for the phosphate campaign. The old folks baketh a large supply of bread, cakes, &c, all for the picnic. The band hath been practising diligently preparing for the coming picnic. Mr. J. W. Rhodes and Mr. J. S. Larrick are advertising phosphate for sale. Mr. Joseph Andrews has thoroughly repaired the Valley pike in this vi- , cinity. The contract for painting th; M. E. . church will soon be awarded to the lowest bidder. We hope to have good delegations ' to attend our picnic to-day from Stephens City and Strasburg. Our butcher friend, Robt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 2 September 1882

THE NEWS. Hon. G. A. Tucker, an Englishman from New South Wales, now at Salt Lake City, publishes a letter giving an account of a visit tc the Mormon insane asylum, in which he claims that patients aro kept iv conflnomont who are perfectly sane, and that tho management is characterized by shocking neglect and cruelty. The yellow fevor cpidemio at Brownsvillo, Tex., is becoming alarming. Fifty new cases are reported daily. The Adirondack Hotel, at Keenesville, N. V., the Nolette House and thirty other buildings, were destroyed by fire yesterday. The main mill of the Syracuse Iron Works at Syracuse, N. V., was also burned yesterday, the loss being estimated at $200,000. An entire block was burned at Plymouth,*N. C, the aggregate loss being $20,000. The roof of the Erie Railway elevator, at Buffalo, N. V., was blown off by an explosion, the cause of which is unknown. Tho building was burned to tho ground. Tho ongineer John Bonnar, and John Kemp and Honry Lee are supposed to have been b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 16 September 1882

itwtjw nniTT tttp PTiirHH Tmr PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBBIBED BT GAIN. r muhmhT "STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1882. VOL. 11.-NO. 9. HThe Milky Way. come, and across tho skies, the darkness that quivering dies, broad and white, f many a silver ray f the ruins of day, Orows the pale bridge of the Milky Way, Built by tho architect Night. It is a pathway leading to Heaven Over earth's sin-clouds, rent and riven With its supernatural light, Crossed by the soulß of those who have flown Stilly away from onr arms, and alone Dp to the beautiful great white throne Pass in the hush of Ihe night ? It is the road that OUT wild dreams walk, Far beyond reach of .our waking talk, Out to the vague and grand, Far beyond Fanoy's broadest range, Out to the world of marvel and change, tint to the mystic, unreal and strange, Out to the Wondeilmd? Wh»t may it be ? Who may certainly say ? Over the shadowy Milky Way. No human foot hath trod. Ages have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 16 September 1882

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. GILMOEE. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1882. Terms, $1.00 per Year, in Advance. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Vs., as second class matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESSMAN-AT-LARGE, John E. Massey, Of Albemarle. FOR CONGRESSMAN —EIGHTH DISTRICT, John S. Barbour, Of Alexandria. MASSEY AHD 3ABB0U1," We this week nail to our masthead the names of the above gentlemen as candidates oi the Democratic party, the former for Congressman-at-large and the latter for Representative of the Eighth District. Although we would have preferred another as our candidate for the first office, we defer to the united wisdom and policy of the whole party, and throwing aside our personal preferences for the good of the cause in which we are engaged, we shall give him a cordial and hearty support. We contend for principles ; high, pure principles, existing in the nature of things, unchanged and unchangable ; not for this man or that, whose mere aggrandizement can confer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 16 September 1882

Middletown Department. NOM DE PLUME, EDITOR. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1882. The farmers are busy plowing. Camp meetings and picnics will soon be over. The price of provisions is coming down a little. Repair your pavements before bad weather sets in. Dr. Larrick has built a new and commodious stable. The country never appeared more attractive than at present. A fellow looking for an easy job of work should never fall in love. Idleness is worse than hard work to those who are unaccustomed to it. School days will soon be around.— Hunt up your books, boys and girls. " Please make yourself less adjacent," is a polite invitation to get out. What the nobby youth lacks in brains he makes up in rings and ohains. On Saturday next there will be a Sunday school picnic at the Walnut Springs. The cool evenings are appearing, and persons should protect themselves accordingly. The belief seems to be general among business men that the trade this fall Will be unusually good. The evenings are growing too ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 16 September 1882

THE NEWS. The Ocean House, at Swampscott, Mass., has been burned. The guests saved their effects. Loss, about $60,000. The Marquis of Lome, Princess Louise and party arrived at Chicago. At the hotel twentyone rooms were reserved for them. Francis G. Salmon, the absconding New York lawyer, who has been arrosted in Florida, is said to have swindled his clients out of $60,000, the money going in Wall street or orations. The Mormon priesthood have been circulating a secret circular giving instructions to their people directly opposite to the law rulings of the Utah commissioners. A case of Asiatic cholera, it is reported, has occurred at Newport, the seven years' old child of Henry B. Auchinolosa, of New York, having died of the disease. At London, Ontario, a package containing $1,000 mysteriously disappeared from the office of the American Express Company. A rumor prevails that the robbery will foot up $10,000. There were 58 new cases of yellow fever at Brownsville, Texaß, and four dea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 30 September 1882

By BEN. S. 6ILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. VOL. 11.-NO. 11. Fifty-Two. i Bright is the morn, but I am blue, ] Alas! this day I am fifty-two. What can a creature say or d) That's joyful, at grim fitty-two ? ' I'm cursed with corns, dear it 9 a she. As old and worn as fifty-two. Rheumatic arrows pierce me through, My back's a butt, at fifiy-two. Where once my nnthinned grinders grew, What dismal gaps at filly-two! : Stern warnings—ah, how oft I —renew My dread of gout at fifty-two. Though all Muses I should sue, They'd stint their fire at fifty-two. Beauty and Grace may tempt my view ; They tempt in vain—l'm fitty-two. Nature! Alackl 'tis " mountain dew " One prizes most at fifty-two. Ideals!—pshaw! I marvel wbo Dotes on tho moon at fitty-two ? i Taste! Art! One tries with racier gout. Fates defoie at fifty-two ; Or even a piquant Irish stow (Just dashed with wine), at fifty-two. Pass od, 0 world ; your false ado Moves not the phlegm of fifty-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 30 September 1882

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. QILMORF.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 80, 1882; Terms, $1.00 per Year, in Advance. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va.. as second class matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESSMAN-AT-I.ARGE, John E. Massey, Of Albemarle., FOR CONGRESSMAN —EIGHTH DISTRICT, John S. Barbour, Of Alexandria. Thirty-two per cent, of the voters of the United States are, it ia said, unable to read. . Can Mahone trade off the Democrats of Virginia for the government patronage and the privilege of extorting money from government, employes? Some will follow him, but the true Democrat will not be a Republican because Mahone says he must be a Refmblican. Mahone's orders will not ie obeyed by the freemen of Virginia. Arthur has lost nothing of the lowflung partisan management which caused President Hayes, "under a deep sense of his obligation under the constitution," to kick him out of the New York custom house, in order that "it might be honestly administered."— Bin trade with Mah...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 30 September 1882

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A HoaMhold Article for Universal Family Use. For I Er&dififttAS ■ Typhoid Fe»em, ■ 1 Diphtheria, SallI MAT.ARTA |™Uon, Ulcerated fj ~— M Sore Throat, Small ■HHBMHO Pox, M.-wsles, all Contairlon* lll«f«if». Persons waiting on the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has never been known to spread where the Fluid was used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after black vomit had taken place. The worst cases of Diphtheria yield to it. jTeveredandSickPor- SMAI.I-I'OX Bonn refreshed and and lied Sons prevent- PITTING or Small ed by bathing with p ox PREVENTED Darbys Fluid. Impure Air made A member of my fam. harmless and purified. ST , Wils «■*•» "J* For More Throat it b a Sf a ?i l "' x V- ' V sed ,he sure cure ■ " : P atlcnt was Contagion destroyed. "?' delirious, was not For Fronted Feet, H>"t d ' and wa ? *^ OM Chilblains, Pills, the house again m three Chafing*, ate. * e ' k »- »■« "° g thcr » RhfUmstlmi cured. had "• f7.i- W ; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 30 September 1882

THE NEWS. Captain Payne and his followers, who were arrested for trespassing on tho Indian Territory and taken to Fort Smith, Ark., have been released by order of tho Uuited States Court. To Democratic State Convention ot New York nominated tho following ticket: Governor, (1 rover Cleveland, of Buffalo; Lieut- • Governor, David B. Hill, of Eltnira; Congressmen at large, Gen. Henry W. 81ocum, of Brooklyn; chief judge of the Court of Appeals, William C. Buger, of Onondago oounty. As was generally expected, the Treasury Department has issued a call for $25,000,000 original five per cent bonds extended at three and a half per cent, to be paid, which accrued interest, on 23d of December next, after waiich date interest will cease. Tho amount of lawful money on deposit iv tho Treasury on September 23, tor the redemption of notes of banks reducing circulation was $25,023,192.50; bankß in liquidation $12,73.1,117.40; failed banks $1,022,808.20, making a total fund of $38,779,418.10. The rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 7 October 1882

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. . j | ■ . - m wm . —aisjs^s^s^s^s^sj By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1882. VOL. 11.-NO. 12. Maiden Meditation. One dim September afternoon I saw a maiden sweet and fair, Aa through the gathering twilight gloom, In loosened robe and flowing hair, Bhe watched tho ever-changing ouds To fancy's castles riso and fall; And I knew her thoughts were for away, To Love, who on one summer day Took an apple in his hand, Threw it lightly to and fro; Then said "If it could understand How yon and I had watched it grow, Would it for us a secret tell, Would it for ub the oharm obey, Reveal to us who love so well When comes the happy wedding day ?" Then he sought the apple's heart; With eager fingers found the seed. "Now sweetest do not blush and start. There are but five—just five indeed 1 These five seeds mean five days, my dear, For 'tis an oracle that speaks." ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 7 October 1882

HEADQUARTERS for COFFEE Oscar Barr & Huntsberry. Winchester, Va. GREEN COFFEE and thousands of pounds of Roasted Coffeessold since the Ist of March. Come and examine our COFFEES before you purchase. TEAS of all des'riptions. Also, good whole stock BO )TS for $2.25, and a No. 1 Boot for $2.60. A LIVE HOUSE AND FULL OF BUSINESS! ALWAYS BRioKerW ATTENDS T H 0 8 E tM WHO BUY AT F. UUHR POPULAR resort: Tiie Best and Cheapest Place in Winchester for Bread, Cakes, Pies, Candies, Canned Fruits, Nuts, &c. FRESH OYSTERS! Got up in all styles to suit the palate of the most fastidious. Nearly opposite Taylor Hotel, Main Street, Winchester, Va. The fffttf. Tie Win Buys All kinds tsjm |||of Harness, Saddles, Bridles.&c L. C. COOPER, Who keeps constantly on hand and sells at reduced prices all kinds of work in his line. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Robes, Horse Blankets, Leather and Shoe Findings. Great inducements offered during the Fair. L. C. CO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 7 October 1882

* ■**»! I 13*flKBa>2_^K^ rssgement of Liver, II Co st 1ts nail, |W and all Diseases Bowels and Kidneys. HWTOMB OF A DISEASE!* I.IV'ER. Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, sometimes the pain is Celt under the Shmilder-blade, mistaken for Rheumatism; general loss of appetite; Bowels Knerally costive, sometimes alternating with lax ; c head is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy, with considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensation ofleaving undone something which ought to hare been done; a slight, dry cough and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption; the patient complains of weariness and debility; nervous, easily startled; ■"•cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation •»*» tfcta exists; spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would be beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to •ry '!—in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 7 October 1882

AGRICULTURIL. IHlstnkes In Using Mnnnrc In my method of using stable manure, mainly to help the clover, I aim to make a little go as far us possible. I> 1 had a good deal I should certainly apply it all ; but I wish to cover or partially cover as much ground as possible. If I had only a load per acre, I should try to spread the load over as large a part as possible, rather than dnmp it in one corner. Yet I find the contrary prcatice quite prevalent. The drawing out of manure is mostly entrusted to hired help, and it is one of the things that most employes will not do well. Only yesterday I saw a man and team drawing manurj for wheat at the rate of fully twenty-two horse loads per acre, an amount that I should be glad to get for my oorn and potatoe ground, (-'lose by this three-acre piece thus heavily manured is another field of lon acres, owned by the same farmer, that will get nothing except a dressing of phosphate drilled in with the wheat. What will be the result ? Who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 October 1882

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BT GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE, STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER T4, 18827 VOL. 11.-NO. 13. A Western JHaud Muller. Mies Mnller, so the gossips say Flirted in quite a shameless way; But Maud with a laugh, pronounced it fudgeYet wo caught her wink at the ratty Judge. And the Judge— but we mention this sub rose— Blushed up to tlio roots of his bulbous nose. Bill he craned his neck, and, in passing by, Gave a sinister wink with his dexter eye. Quoin Maud 1 herself; as on she passed, "I've his royal nibs in tow at last; "My mother shall woar a sealskiu sacque— y p swing out In his broadcloth black; "My brother shall sip his whisky-skins. And my sistor revel iv gay breastpins V Quoth the Judge, as he sauntered liotless n, "She's a rattling gyirl; you bet I'm gone ! "No doubt my last wife's ma will kick, And my heirs cut up the very Nick; "But tho' I've known her a short, short spell, You...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 October 1882

■- - The Stephens City Star. BY BEN 8. QILMORE. QCTTu, 1882. Terms, $1.00 per Year, in Advance.] Entered at the Post Office, Stepheus City, Va., as second clnss matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESBMAN-AT-I,ARGE, John E. Massey, Of Albemarle. FOR CONGRESSMAN —EIGIITH DISTRICT, John S. Barbour, Of Alexandna. Organize! If it is worth fighting at all to keep Virginia from being hereafter classed among the Stalwart Republican States, I it is worth making the best fight we know how to make. It is worth at least some sacrifice of time and money on the part of every man who has an intelligent appreciation of the situation. We have no "Boss" to do the work for us, and no Federal Treasury to draw on. If we are to be saved we must save ourselves by our own exertions. Diligent work and compact organization is the secret of success in any political fight. The way to go about it is for every man to find out his neighbor who has not registered or paid his capitation tax, and to urge him to do i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 October 1882

riiii; king: . Steele & Brother's KHIJMM 111 offering our Phosphate this season we do so with the same belief as heretofore, that it stands without a rival as a first-clase Standard Wheat and Grass Producer. This is one of the cheapest and best Fertilizers upon the American market, manufactured expressly for us from Green Slaughter House Bone Stock and can be had only from us or our authorized agents. It is undoubtedly the King of Fertilizers! We will endeavor to keep constantly on hand lrom fifty to one hundred tons at our depot building. Will also keep constantly on hand Raw and Dissolved Animal Rone. Ammonia, Soda, Potash, (Kainit). &c Seurl in yourorders early, as the demand will undoubtedly be great, and we wish to supply every one. Respectfully yours, STEELE & BRO. Depot warehouse and store connected by telephone. §*\jaaaeaaasßßßßsjs am**** s_B n WW*w'**\ I , | Qjght^nningJ p^^siSLfll^^^^ I ga*** H •• ■fL'-.V- ■,'-. -.'.'- •■■-.■■" ''-'''-_g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 October 1882

It is said that Mr. John M. Langston, United States minister to Hayti, at a salary of $4,700 a year, has been paid $2,600 by the coalition leaders for the dozen epeeches wbioh he is to deliver in advocacy of the Mahone oause in Virginia. It is understood that the creation of two new provinces in the Northwest has been decided upon by the Canadian government. One will be Qu'Appelle, with Begina as its capital and Mr. Dewdney as its lieutenant governor. The other will be Saskatchewan, the capital for which has not yet been decided upon. George Scoville says in regard to the poisoned bouquet given Guiteau before his execution, that on the morning of that day John W. Guiteau, Mrs. Sooville and Mies Chevalier drove to the jail. On the way they stopped at the florist's where the flowers for the funeral had been ordered. While waiting Mrs. Sooville ordered the bouquet. It was handed to John Guiteau, wbo unwrapped the parcel as they drove along and showed the flowers to the jadies, then wra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 21 October 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, OCTOBER 21, .882. ,< VOL. 11.--NO. 14. . J ________________________^_____s____a_________M-_______--- 11l .November. Here ia the water-shed of all the year, Where, by a thought's space, thoughts do ■tart anear That fare most widely forth; some to the mouth Of Arolio rivers, some to the mellow South. The gaunt and wrinkled orchard isver 'ncath Tho blast, like Lear upon the English heath, Aud mossy boughs blow wild that, nndis-trt-ssod, Another spring, shall hide the cheerful nests All things are nearer from this chilly crown— The solitude, the white and huddling town ; And next the rUßset fields, of harvest shorn, a Shines the new wheat that freshens all the morn. From out the bursting milkweed, dry and gray, The silken argosies are launched away, To mount the gust, or drift from hill to hill And plant new colonies by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 21 October 1882

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN'S. GIL.MORE. SATURDAY, !j Terms, $,1.00 per Year, in Advance, g Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, * Va.r us sircond diiss matter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. '« FOR I John E. Massey, \ Of Albemarle. c FOR CONGRESSMAN —EIGHTH DISTRICT, j John S. Barbour. Of Alexandria. ( Mass Meeting. There will be a Democratic Mass Meeting at the Court House in Win- ' Chester, Va., on Wednesday, the first ' liny of November, 1882, at which a \ number of distinguished speakers will j be present. 8®- The B. & 0. R. R. will issue ' round trip tickets from Summit Point j ami Strasburg and intermediate sta- i lions on payment of fare one way. A -i special train will leave Strasburg in ( tlio evening, and returning leave Winchester after the night speaking. The ' List train for Summit Point will leave about 10 o'clock, P. M. Tickets good I on regular and special trains. ' j Registration. \ Voters who have not registered phould do so at once. Saturday, October 28t...

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