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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 9 December 1882

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Hon..hol<l Article for Universal Family U.e. 88-BStH-BaSSS-J-B-H For Krnrlct and I Eradicates H Typhoid Fever., ■ MALARIA, H T * tion • u>« erat - d all CnntacioUH I>laasM«s. Persons waiting as 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 bad tnken place. The worst cases of Diphtheria yield to it. Fevered and Sick Per- SMALL -I'lW sons refreshed and and ' Bed Sores prevent- PITTING of Small ed by bathing with p ox PREVENTED Darby. Fluid. . m ~ e„..e.~. Impure Air made Am=mberofm> btnharmless and purified, gj, »" 'V'" 7,'w ■tfe.**"* 1 h is «Fr U id; p °he pi-r'± Contagion destroyed. «* delirious, was not For frosted Feet, S^J_?___}JLSl_ Chilblains, Piles, £_ ?,""'»¥»""'"'£" Chafh. E », etc. *jft »/ * J*" Rheumatism cured. na ° ''• WiJaJu Soft White Complex- *^=^*_^^J_J^P±^^ ions secured by use. rj_E_HE_...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 9 December 1882

THE NEWS. | The following is the text of the ordinance which has been presented in the Bundesrath forbidding the importation of American pork -. I. The importation from America of pigs, pork, bacon and sausages of all kinds is forbidden. 2. The Chancellor is empowered to permit exceptions to the prohibitive rule subject to the necessary measures of control. 3. The restrictive ordinanoe of June 25, 1880, in rospoct to the importation of American pork and sausages, is abolished. 4. The present ordinance comes into force thirty days after its promulgation. A woman named Kathi, one of twenty-six women arrested several months ago for poisoning their husbands, has been hanged. She confessed to having murdered two husbands. Fotir of the other women have been convicted. Rear Admiral Wyman has been stricken with paralysis, and is in a critical condition. The municipal bank of Skopin, in tho Province of Riazan.has failed for over twelve million pounds, ruining the whole town as well as hundre...

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

®he Citn By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA~, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1882. VOL. II.-NO. 22. ' . I Drifting. Ie tide went out---es and shells that lay it the beck of the white-armed ent ont with the tide. 10 tide went out— I ships asleep on the strand 1 away from tho hateful land ent out with the tide, ie tide went odt — weet as a life might be, to the unknown sea, ent out with the tide, ie tide came in— md shells, with the waves' disltir arms; to tho shore again, ime in with the tide, he tide came tups from their voyaging, any n precious thing, ime in with the tide. he tide came in— s sweet as a life might be, i k from the unknown sea— »me not in with the tide. —Einille A. Braddock. DRTUNATE JEST. young man, living not a iles from the city of Lonthe age of one-and-twenty. tie possession of a large for- [ ely thereupon the fair?nds assembled about him, to make him believe that make life pleasant for i - as fond of company; full 1 no restraint save his own and he was...

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

OUR LOCAL OPTION COLUMN. BY A. A. r. N. Still the Bai.i, Rolls.—Clarke lias gont for Local Option. At a previous election some of the districts carried—now the entire county. So the ball moves on, from district to county, from county to State, ami from State to the entire Nation. So soon as the good people of this country determine on the overthrow of thiscurse, it is hound to go. The forces are now rallying. We said last week that "with the best will toward all we begin this work." So we do. As much as we may profit a fellow who cannot pass an open saloon without yielding to tlie tempter, or the young men who are tempted to enter and take a social glass, and thus begin his ruin, none will receive a greater blessing than saloon keepers themselves, and their families. Trace the history of your predecessors and their families, and you will read your own end. "Chickens come home to roost," is the old adage, and how true in this case? — The Book tells us, "The curse causeless shall not ...

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

I EJlnod, Fever and 7 Ague, Malaria, „ ~« „ -JUSASBD LIVER. Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, sometimes the pain is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fnr Rheumatism ; gcncr.il lost of appetite; Bowels gen< ally costive, s metimes alternating with lax; the head is troubled with pnin, is dull and heavy with considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of leaving undone something which ought to have 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, c.isi'y startled; feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would be beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try it—in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few of them existed, yet examination after death has...

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

The tiusteesof the Lebanon Cemetery, in Philadelphia, which, has been systematically robbed of its dead, removed Superintendent Chew. The prosecution of the trustees of Jefferson College was suggested. Eight gtaves in the cemetery were opened, and . he* empty or containing other n those hat were supposed to be in t!« ■" fn nllar notes of the Bank i Scotia and the National Bank of I, V., vie in circulation in Montreal ■uid other parte of Canada. Burglars carried off $ 12,000 in jewelry and diamonds from tho house of Colonel William Harris, of Cleveland. The St. Nicholas Bank of New York and the National Bank of New York have determined to become State Banks. Shawnee College, near Bedford, Ind., has been burned with its museum of Indian curiosities, valuod at $10,000. Tho transit of Venus was observed in many localities in tho United States. Its appeariinre en the disk of the Bun resembled a black spot the size of a pea. Tho postoffice at Lewisburg was broken into by burglars, who for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

HERE SHALL THE PftESS THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBEIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1882. VOL. II—NO. 23. ■■■■ •-•-.'. ..-.■-. __——^— ■ Windless Rain. The rain, the desolate rain! Ceaseless and soltmn and dull t How it drips on the misty pane, How it drenches the darkened sill 1 O scene of sorrow and dearthl I would that the winds awaking "To a fierce and gnsty birth, Might vary this dnU refrain Of the rain, the desolate rainl For the heart of the heavens seems breaking In tears o'er the fallen earth, And again, again, again, we list to the somber strain— The faint, cold monotone, Whose soul is a mystic moan Of the rain, the mournful rain, The soft, despairing rain. The rain, the murmuring rain ! Weary, passionless, slow; 'Tis the rhythm of settled sorrow, The sobbing of careless woe! An! all the tragic of life, The pathos of long ago, Comes back on the end refrain Of the rain, the dreary rain; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

BMtgMtlM, Beneath the sheltering feru full long ago The violet lay faded. And by the brook-marge now the asters glow, By fl ime-Uaitd maples shaded : Vi thered the grail and flowers, fruit fallen, ranches bare — liut who will care ? From these d ••■ I; clout's, this dreary woodland tee lie, I With heedless haste receding, Toward skies that ever smile, bowers ever green, The birds their flight are speeding; Only tiie rook's harsh cry sounds on the ' shivering air— But who will care ? Where joyous youth once loved and dreamed, , and aye Some high ambition cherished, There lie but sadness and despair to-day, And hopes forever perished; Fires now within the heart leave only ashes ' there— , But who will care ? Friends fail—a fickle throng—and plume their flight Toward fortune's happier greeting: Their flattering tones are still, a gruesome ' sprite : Alone is aye repeating i Despair, despair, despair ! and yet again despair ! But who will care ? < Who enre ? Not I, forsooth! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

V 1...... r— »» . ~ nnpuplor Icrnovutiiiff Pastures. A Massachusetts farmer says that a few years ago he had a rough, rocky pasture, which was covered with briars and bushes so thick that there was very little grass upon it. He cut off the bushes and put on sheep enough to eat everything that grew upon it for four or five years. They killed all the briars and most of the bushes. He «owed on some plaster of pari3 and that was all he did to it, and then he said an aero of it was worth more and would produce more feed than three would before. If a pasture is heavily stocked with sheep, and oil meal and cottonseed meal is fed to them to make ap the deficiency of the food great improvement will be made in the fertility and productiveness of the pastures, English farmers have declared that they had doubled the value of their grazing lands by feeding oil cake in the summer. Increased Culture. Intelligent men are b3ginnfng to see the folly of increasing the size of the farm at the expense o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

DR. RUSH'S SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION A Positive Cure for Consumption iii All Stages. For Bleeding at the Bungs, Coughs, Quids, Croup, Bronchitis, Infiuenza, Asthma, mid all Affections of the Lungs It Jdas no Boual. Da. Rush's Specific poh Consumption is recommended by all ttic leading physicians who are acquainted With its use. Price, Large Size, $1.00 Small Site, 50 QTSold bj Druggists everywhere, Dr. Wllloughby, the attending physician i\t the Sisters' Hospital, and one of Buffalo's most prominent members of the profession, lias used il for years, and Bays: Buffalo, Aug. 17,1888. Dr. Rutk'i Medical Association : Dear Doctohp—l unhesitatingly add my name to the long list of regular practil is who have recommended your "Specific for Consumption." 1 have used it tot nany j ears in my practice for all pulmonary .flections, and have always been mure than iiiisiied with tho results. I consider it the x;st compound known for lunir diseases. Yours, M. WILLOUGHBY, M. D. Dr. Howard, Professor of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

1 'VVCI . PROPLHIYLACTIC FLUID. A HouschcM Article for Universal Pamlly but:. Pp. SiiJiiiSc".; '..... .,'s.a -\A jr, )r Scarlet an d 0 SfeaiMeaiiSfl ! ' '■' ' <■»< >s, t« HsKUMHW RJjlfiil'.tiierir, S:UI--1 HALi £*»■ "~!» I ore Throat, Small BSSSETJ " Pos, Measles, and stll Contagions bi loaned. Persons waltingoa tl Id i.'lc ii frcdv. Scarlet Fever na. never been known to spre : I wh re '~ • Fluid was i 1 ied. Yellow Fever has been i ured with It afu-r black vouilt had taken place. The wuist CI i - btheria yield to it. FevoredandßlckP«r.l SHAIX-POX Bonn rcfi ■ and and Ded Bow . prevent.. PIXTISG of Small V' 1 , hy ,':■'.■;'•'<■ " i,h Fox PREVENT i> Datbya Fluid, , Impure Air made- L Abi "■'"" nl> '' 5 ' ■'"; harmless end purlfl t. ' : " "'''■' ta ?« n W" ForS n Throai It Is a Small-post. 1 used the sure cure rlmd; the patient was Contagion destroyed. ! '".* 3 ollrlo '». was not 2 ir Krrostcd Poet lotted, and \v:is abou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

A dew-drop falling on the wild sou wave, Exclr.imod in fear, " I perish in this grave;" But in n shell received, that drop of dew Unto :i pearl of marvelous beauty grew, And happy now tho grace did magnify Which thrust it forth, as it had feared, td die; fnti! again " I perish quite," it said, Torn by a rude diver from its ocean's bed, Oh. unbelieving! so it comes to gleam Chief jewel in a monarch's diadem. The seed must die before the corn appears Out of tho ground in blade and fruitful ears: Low have those ears before the sicklo lain Ere thou canst treasure up the golden grain: The grain is crushed before the bread is made, And tho broad broke ore lifo to men conveyed. Oh. be content to die, to be lnid low, And to be crushed and to be broken so If thou upon God's table rnay'st be bread, Life-giving food for soul an hungered. AN ODD COINCIDENT. The sunset fire still lingers in the sky, and the long beach still glitters in the light, but the young girl pacing the platform of the lit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

THE WELSH CHOIRS. Irlgln ofa Peculiar < umoih-Welsh Love of ' Chorus Singing—Haw llio Choi™ Arc i l-'oriiicil. The custom among tho Welsh of filing musical -contests is very old, ' rfaving its origin in the meetings called ' EisteddYodan (tho plural of Eisteddfod), which wero a sort of competitive ' examination for tho election of chief ' bards. These bards formed a very im- ] portant and influential class in tho ' community; thoy kept alive the na- 1 tional spirit of tho people by stirring ' legends of the wisdom and power of ' their ancestors. In fact, their power was Ht times such as to make them the virtual rulers of tho nation. As early as 940 A. D., King Howel Dha found ! it necessary to revise and limit their I privileges. A century and a half later Griffith ap-Conah still further re- ' •trained their pretensions, and their ' power | radually waned until it van- : Ishi i on (he conquest of Wales by the English, .vhen, as tradition says, the t.iri.., were ruthlessly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 23 December 1882

THE NEWS. Tbt Serrjvttsat KbU iunuerand her cargo of 8,000 miles of cotton und other frt'ght have been burned it ShreTeport, La. The bo • waarained at .'-'i'.ikki. All tin pesetagan Mcaped,but lost their baggage. A fire, caused by a spark from a locomotive, on Saturday destroyed the Missouri Pacific freight house at Kansas city, nine freight cars loaded with merchandise, and an elevator containing 40,000 bushels of wheat, the total loss being estimated atsßo,ooo, The principal business portion of Hopkins, Allegnnt county, Mich., has been burned, loss $21,000. A fire at Gallipolis, 0., destroyed several buildings. The Baltimore nnd Ohio Telegraph Company has opened their lino to New York. John Spengler murdered his wife and killed liimself at Baltimore. Hon. Robert Ould, a distinguished lawyer, of Richmond, Va., nnd Confederate commissioner of (.-..change during the war, ia dead. There hsve been very heavy rains in Oregon and Washington Territory for three days, and ouch dnjiage has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 6 January 1883

@JK ffifeyJKttg City HERE S.SALL THE PHESS THE PEOPLE'B KIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWEU BY INFLUENCE AND TJNBRIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GIlMOBE; STE PHENS CITYrFREPEiaCK JANUARY H-NO. 24. By-And-1,)-. What will it matter by-and-by, Whether my path iiolow wm bright— Whether it wound through dark or light— Under a grey or a golden sky, When I look back on it by-aud-by? What will it matter by-and-by, Whether, unholped, I toilod alone, Dashing my foot against a stono. Missing the charge of the angol nightBidding me think of the by-and-by? What will it matter by-nnd-by, Whether with laughing joy I went, — Down through the years with a glad c intent, Never believing, nay, not I— Tears would be sweeter by-and-by? What will it matter by-end-by, Whether with cheek to cheek I've lain, Close by the pallid angel, Pnin, Soothing myself through sob and sigh; "All will be elsewise by-and-by !" What will it matter?—if bright—if I Only am sure tho way I've trod, Gloomy or gladdened, leads to GodQuestioning n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 6 January 1883

OR, RUSH'S SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION A Positive Cure for Consumption in All Stages. For Bleeding ul the Bungs, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asthma, and all AffeoA ' I /.'. /' En * •-,,.,// Da. Rosa's Specific yon 1 , -.-sumption is recommended by all the leading physicians who are acquainted with its use. Price, Large Size, $1.00 " Small Size, 50 by Druggists everywhere. Dr. Willoughby, the attending physician at the Sisters' Hospital, and one of Buffalo's most prominent members of the profession, has used it for years, and says: Buffalo, Aug. 17,1882. Dr. Hush's Medical Association: Df.au Doctors—l unhesitatingly add my name to the long list of regular practitioners who have recommended your "Specilic for Consumption." I have used il for many years in my practice forall pulmonary affections, and have always been more than satisfied with tho results. I consider it the best compound known for lung diseases. Yours, M. WILLOUGHISY,M. D. Dr. Howard, Professor of Anatomy, Coll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 6 January 1883

range ment of Liver, Bow For Dyspepsia, Doitlvenesi, ■sick Headache. Uhronic Dlmr- . -hoaa. Jaundice. Impurity of the mood, Fever and Ague, Malaria,* ■ii! all Disease* caused by DeBad Breath; Pain in the Si !■•, sometimes the pain is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for Rheumatism; general toss of appetite; Bowels generally costive, sumetimes alternating with lax; the head is troubled with pain, is dull and heav* with considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensatii >n of leaving undone something which ought to have been dono; a slight, dry couch and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often ' mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint of weariness and debility; nervous, ensily startled; feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin exists; spirits arc low and despondent, nnd, although satisfied that exercise would be bene- i ncial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try It —in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 6 January 1883

FOR THE FARM AND HOME, j Household Hints. Some kinds of stains may lie removed i from silk by the application of essence j of lemon, one quart; spirits of turpen- ! tine, five parts. Mix and apply to tho j spot by means of a linen rag. To remove clinkers from stoves, j place a few oyster shells in the grate j while the (ire is burning, and the clink- : ers will at once become loosened and may be readily removed without injuring the lining. To extract ink from cotton, silk or woolen goods, dip the spots in spirits of turpentine, and let it remain for several hours; then rub thoroughly between the hands, and it will all disappear without changing either the color or texture of the fabric. To wash white flannels without shrinking them make a good suds of boiling water, and add a tablespoonful of aqua ammonia, and when scalding hot pour over the flannel. Do not rub on a board, but if convenient use a pounder. Rinse in hot water and wring as dry as possible and hang in the hot sun to dry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 13 January 1883

§\)t gttytyen* City Jfrtor. ; HERE SHALL THE PBESS THE PEOPLE'S lUGHTS MAINTAIN, UtfAV/ED BY INFLUENCE AND TJNBRIBED BY GAIN. By ben. s. GiLMORE. (joTtA., Saturday" vol. u- --no. 26. . _ _ . - ■■ — !■ .11l . - Persian Serenade. Hark ! as the twilight pale Tenderly glows, Hark ! how the nightingale Wakes from repose . Only when, sparkling high, Etnrs All the darkling sky. Unto the nightingale Listens the rose. Here where the fountain-tide Murmuring Hows, Airs from tho mountain-side Fan thy repose. Eyes of thine glistening, Look on me, listening ; I am thy nightingale, Thon art my ro3e. Sweeter the strain he weaves, Fainter it Gowrs Now, as her balmy leaves Blnshingly close. Better than minstrelsy. Lips that meet kissingly Bilencc thy nightingale— Kiss me, my rose 1 — By Bayard Taylor, r.mmmm.^mmmmmmm^.mmmmmm GLEN ALLEN. A heavy mist hung gloomily above the peaks of the Wicklow mountains, a damp dullness pervaded the atmosphere; piles of sullen clouds lowered from the frowning skies a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 13 January 1883

DR. RUSH'S SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION A Positive Cure for Consumption in All Stages. For' Bleeding at the. Bungs, Coughs, Colds, Oro»p, Bronchitis. Influenza, Asthma, and all Affections of the Jjungs It Has 7io Equal. Dis. Hush's Specific foi: Consumption is recommended by nil the hailing physicians who are acquainted With ils use. ■Price, Barge Size, $1.00 " Small Size, 50 Cirsoid by Druggists everywhere. Dr. Willoughby, the attending physician at thesisters' Hospital,and one of Buffalo'« most prominent members of the profession, lias used it for years, and says: Buffalo, Aug. 17,1882. Dr. Rush's Medical Association : Dt:.\H DOCTORS—I unhesitatingly add my name lo the long list of regular practitioners who have recommended your "Specific for Consumption.'' I have used it for many years in my practice forall pulmonary affections, ami have always been more than satisfied with the results. I consider it the best compound known for lung diseases. Yours, M. WILLOUGHBY, M, D. ■ Dr. Howard, Pro...

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