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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 10 September 1881

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY lIfFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. CHARLES E. PAINTER, Editor. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. VOL. 1.---NO. 8. Mother's Huckelberry Pies. How oft goes memory back to childhood, When picking berrios on the hill, With pail in hand I'd strip tho bushes Along with little brother Will. What cared we for the heats of snmmer, With broad straw hats tipped o'er our eyes 7 For, with those very huckleberries Oar mothor made those famous pies ! I see her now, dear cherished mother, With apton on as whit* as snow, Her plump arms bare up to the elbow, , And on her cheeks a rosy glow; I seem to see her roll tho pie crust, And fill the plates of largest size ; For well sho knew how hungry children Enjoyed her huokloberry pies. And father, he'd come in from baying. And stand by mother rery near, And say : "Now, wife, in all tho township None make such pies as yon do, dear, Except, perhaps, my dear old mothe...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 10 September 1881

Th ? Stephens City Star. C. E. PAINTER, Editob. Saturday, September 10, 1881. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va.. as second class matter. I I I |P ff f I I Wk have made it a rule, from which we will not deviate, that nil papers sent to a distance—excepting those to be paid for by friends residing here—must be paid for in advance. i i i ii ti i i i The President was moved to Long Branch this week, and is now recov ering from the prostration caused by the removal. ■<■«».»■ Do our people forget that every day, every hour that rolls past brings forth another day, another hour, that is nearer our Resolution, is nearer the eventful h»ur when we must close the doors of our business, and death must separate us from the unbalanced col umns of our ledgers, and the unfinish ed contracts that in life we obligate ? Do we forget that the tenderest infant that we watch with pride in his feeblest efforts to stand erect must eventually sit behind our deHk, and be the same stern and re...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 10 September 1881

The Stephens City Star.! Wheat Market, As quoted by C. A. Shannon, delivered at Depot i No.l, - $1.32 | No. 3, - $1.80 SUBSCRIBE FOR THI STEPHENS CITY STAB. Only $1.50 Per Year I Here and Hereabouts. —Hot! Hot!l Hot!! I ■ —Shall we have a graded school —Let every man attend the graded school meeting. —Just received by Adams & Mc- Carty, a beautiful assortment of prints new styles, also flannels, canton flan nels, cotton batts, etc. —This is the longest drought ever known in this county. —King Phosphate, Steele & Bros. —Still on hand at Adams & McCar ty's, Fresh Water Melons and Can taloups, also fresh line of confections, crackers and cheese. —Star Chemicals, Steele k Bros. To-Night.—Edwards, the veteran artist, will entertain the people of our town, Friday and Saturday nights, with instructions and appropriate il lustrations, in the wonderful master pieces of celebrated masters. Schill er's Song of the Bell, The Wonders of the Moon, the automatic spectacle, the Dance of...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 10 September 1881

FARM, HARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. W lull llnr. the Soil N.-.-.l f The reader is ready to ask, How am I and other planters to know what our soils need to make them produce good crops, you say tlio analysis of the soil will not toll ns 1 We reply, resort to the plant analysis. Ask your soil a se ries of questions such as tho following: Do you need potash ? Do you need ammonia? Do yon need phosphoric acid, or do you need any two or all of these ? How shall I ask these questions, and how will I interpret the reply ? Select a plat of land which will repre sent fairly your soil, or several snob plats, if you have soils differing materi ally in character and supposed eoropo sition. Next get a few pounds of muri ate of potash, a few pounds of sulphate of ammonia, and some high grade snperpho: phate or acid phosphate. If you have a State Department having supervision of fertilizers, you can get those already inspected and analyzed. Ask the chemist of yonr State College, or your Commissioner of Agr...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 17 September 1881

€ty £tcyl)cn6 Citt) __ , HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLUENCE GAIN. CHARLES E. PAINTER, Editor. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK SEPTEMBER 17,1881. VOI^^NO.^. J mtmsmtm —» - ■ I .__.. ~ ■ „ . . . . „. . « ~ , I I : uu,«i » on uuaji ii. Tito gnds of old, when man was made, Ono day reclining 'noath the simile Of high Olympus, formed apian To niiike a complement for man. For man in hia primeval Btato I Was not Hie being wise anil great And good anil true that now is seen, i But was at first a moro machine. ( And so the gpds, with toil and pain, Debated nmeh, and long in vain, I What they should form with the intent To be for man Hill complement. A way at last they did discorn, ud mado the pasHions, ciudi in turn. Among the which are rockoned great liemorse and friendship, love and hale. Anil every god in turn essayed The strength of what their skill had made, Decreeing that should be the strongest That 'gainst their own strength held out ■ longest. The leaser...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 17 September 1881

The Stephens City Star. C. E. PAINTER, Editor. Saturday, September 17 , 1881. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., as second class matter. We have made it a rule, from which we •will not deviate, that all papers sent to n distance—excepting those to be paid for by friends residing here—must be paid for in advance. "public speaking IN STEPHENS CITY. MAJ. HOLMES CONRAD and E. Stephens City, this Saturday evening, Sept. 17th, at 7J o'clock. <■.■»■» We take this method to return I thanks for the liberal patronage the I good people have extended to us. We thank them for assisting up in our honest efforts to make the Star one of the permanent businesses in our thriv ing city, and as a slight demonstration of our gratitude, we design increasing the number of our reading columns from 24 to 36, making it one of the largest papers in this valley. You may look out for it in a few weeks. . -*<■».,- It is related that when Lewis Stephens, shortly after laying off the plat for St...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 17 September 1881

Prphens City Star. I heat Market, C. A. Shannon, delivered at „, ; $1.40 |Ko. 2, - *U7 " SUBSCRIBE FOR THE STEPHENS CITY STAR. Here and Hereabouts. StcphensCity is to have a classical —King Phosphate, Steele & Bros. . Don't forget the picnic at Macedo- Star Chemicals, Steele & Bros. —The shoe factory is in operation, 25 hands strong The Agricultural fair is to have real indians on exibition. fair commences on the 4th of October _ be one of the largest sales ever held in shop in a few weeks. are the guests of Charles Shannon, ot —The Graded School question has been abandoned. weather for the latter portion of this month. a lot of tubs,buckets,fodder twine, &c. near this place. —G. F. Mavers wxvn.ts 1,000 bushels oats at best mlrilt pjice. - - girl hadn't come forward and explain —Steele & Dinges have a very nice sugar for 8 cents, and very fine for 9 cents. Gus, for a delicious basket of apples sent us. Don't buy until you have seen the large line of men's and boys' b...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 17 September 1881

ARM, WARDEN ASD HOUSEHOLD linking *onrcronl. To make first-class sourerout you just hove the best kind of cabbage— a nfficient quantity of the old "drum oad" sort—and after divesting the cads of their stalks and all the outside saves, being careful to leave none that re "lousy," put the heads to one side ntil you can fill a tub with water in ?hich to wash them; and after washing hem clean, as well as your crout barrel, utting knife and maul, you are now eady to proceed with the cutting. Now :over the bottom of the barrel with ;ome of the cleanest and best outside caves, and laying your cutting-knife tver the mouth of the barrel, proceed vith the cutting. After cutting enough if the cabbage to form a layer of about three inches thick on the leaves in the bottom of the barrel, and sprinkling hereon a handful or so of salt, pound Hie same gently, but firmly, with the naul until sufficiently compact. So oroceed with layers of cut'eabbage and lalt (not omitting the pounding) until ;he ba...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 24 September 1881

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWEB BY INFLUENCE AND UNBBIBED BY GAIN. CHARLES E. PAINTER, Editor. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1881. VOL. 1.--NO. 10. True or FnNe. Underneath the latticed porch Sits she nf tlin ilroamy eyes ; Fir«lly has lit his torch, Starry glory tills tho skies ; At her Brat the moonlight lies, Checkered liars of dark and bright, All tho Hummer night Drowsy murniurings from beyond, Where the treetops brush the Hky ; From hiH rank and weed-grown pond Comes fho bull-frog's croaking cry, All night long strange boings fly, Chirp ami hum and buzz and boom, (living voice to gloom. But she heeds nor firefly's light, Nor tho moonbeams at her foot, Hears no voices in the night Save some words her thoughts repeat, Ohosts of golden dreams, and fleet— Echoes of some far-off days Cast in pleasant ways. And her heart says, "He is true I" And the blood Impulsive springs ; Lighting her palo features through With tho happinoss ...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 24 September 1881

The Stephens City Star. C. E. PAINTER, Editob. Saturday, September 24, 1881. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., as second class matter. | f.l IP M M f We have made it a rule, from which we will not deviate, that all papers sent to a distance—excepting those to be paid for by friends residing here—must be paid for in advance. i i i ii ii i i i DEATH OF THE PRESIDENT, STORY OF .THE LAST HOURS. THE BEBMINB OF THE END. From last Saturday the President steadily declined, although during the early days of the week, the official bulletines held out some encourage ment. It was impossible to conceal the fact that an abscess had formed in the right lung, and that this new compli cation was hurrying him fast to the end. He suffered with a distressing cough, and the expectoration of peru lent matter, was a symptom that did not permit of any doubt as to the true character of the disease that had taken hold of his lungs. On Tuesday following, the patient, at his own request, was lift...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 24 September 1881

fti Bfctphmi City Star. Wheal Market, As quoted by C. A. Shannon, delivered at Depot: No.l, - $1.37 | No. 2, - $1.30 FOR~ THE STEPHEHS CITY STAR. Only $1.50 Per Year I Here and Hereabouts. PUBLIC SPEAKING, At Wise's School House, Saturday, September 24th, at 7 p. m. Maj. R. W. HUNTER will address the people. QSSWSM —Mr. James Downing has painted his new barn. —We have been blest with an abun dance of rain and our planters are now busily engaged in preparing for the needing. —Health, strength and vigor given, and miraculous cure 3 effected by use ng Brown's Iron Bitters. Its sale is mmense. —The public schools in Opequon Ustrict will be opened on Monday, October the 17th. —Steele & Bro. want immediately >00 pounds of choice roll butter, at 25 ;ents a pound, 500 dozen eggs at 20 ,ents per dozen, and 50 dozen old fowls at 25 cents a piece. —President Arthur was sworn in at his residence in New York, at quarter past two o'clock on the morning of the 20th inst. President Garfield ...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 24 September 1881

What Matter? What matter if no mortal known Thi' good you do, the many woes Antgned by yon f What matters it? Ood knows. The eye Omniscient sees The wrong you right, tlie paini you ease; No matter if no mortal knows. The Father smiles while looking down Upon your deeds ; and to your crown He adds new jewels day by day. The angels speak your worth ; and when You enter Heaven's gate, they then Will grandly greet you : '•Welcome Home." While some poor rich man, who, on earth Despised the honest cry of worth And scorned the pangs of penury, Hut, dying, from his millions gave— Iron millions left this Hide tlio grave— A few small thousands charity, To soothe his conscience—make men say : — "How great a soul has passed away 1" That man in Heaven shall lie the least; But you shall he tho Heavenly priest 1 FARM, WARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. It eel lies. Coffee Cake.—Bake tiyo sponge cakes and let them cool. Take two and a-half cups of milk, one egg, four table spoonfuls of sugar, two cups of flour ...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 1 October 1881

HERE SHALL THE PRESS RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. OCTOBER 1, 1881. VOL. 1.-Na 12^ James A. Garfield, twentieth Presi dent of the United States, died Septeni- Elberon, near Long Branch, N. J., whither he was removed from Washing ton oity on the Oth iust., from the wounds roceived on Saturday, tho 2nd of July, at the hands of the assassin, Charles Guiteau. President Garfield has fallen with his robes of office yet new upon him, less tliTn seven months from the day when, amid the salvos of cannon and the applause of thousands of his fellow-citizens and tho good wishes of millions, he took the oath of office and was formally inducted into the chief magistracy of the Union. The weeks of anxious suspense, of hope al ternating with fear, which have elapsed since the electric wire flashed to the ends of the country aud over the civ ilized world on tho fatal morning the startling intelligence that the President of the United States had been ruth lessly, wantonly...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 1 October 1881

The .Stephens City-Star. C. E. PAINTER, Editos. Saturday, October 1.1881. Entered nt the Post Office, Stephens City Va., as second class matter. |.| | fMM II We have made it a rule, from Which we will not deviate, that all papers sent to a distance—excepting those to be paid for by friends residing here—must be paid for in advance, i i iii ii i i i Our Countries Chism of Sorrow. The flags arc drooping on the heights, That erewhile waved bo proudly; The shouts of victory in the air No more are ringing loudly ; Funeral banners every where replace, The gay adorning. And tearful faces show more deep and true, The nation's mourning. Then let tJuftTbells toll out for him, Franj«*Tery tower and steeple, only ruler of the l.'iml, hut of the people ; tender grief too deep to speak, And awe beyond expression, We see our nation's Chief struck clown, In his unfinished mission. Wilh'hearts on fire we think of him, The traitor—the assassin— Whose God-forsaken hand could deal that Blow, in rebel p...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 1 October 1881

The Stephens City Star. Wheat Market, As quoted by 0. A. Shannon, delivered at Depot: SUBSCRIBE FOR THE STEPHENS CITY STAR. Here and Hereabouts. —Subscribe for the Star, and be —Attention is directed to the clas sical school advertisement. —Star Chemicals! Star Chemicalsj!. See advertisement in another column.! —The fund for Mrs. Garfield now j —Messrs. Campbell & Beaty have j just completed a new dwelling for Mr. David Dinges. —Dasher and barrel churns, for I sale by Steele & Dinges. .—We learn that Dr. Wm. Larrick j is making preparations to build a com fortable dwelling at Middletown. —Star Chemicals, Steele & Bros. • —Col. Shryock is engaged in repar ing the buildings to be occupied by the ■classical school. —King Phosphate, Steele & Bros. —Mrs. John H. Chrisman has re moved the remains of her family from the family burying ground to Green hill cemetery. —Steele & Dinges have a very nice sugar for 8 cents, and very fine for 9 cents. —Mr. James Williams has re...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 1 October 1881

Rusticus' Lament. I am a true born countryman, 4nd seldom conic to town ; But then, alas ! whene'er I do, I meet with laugh and frown. With gazing eyes, I stand amazed At mystic beings who Will ask me this and ask mo that, In parlance that i» now. " Art going to the ball this eve V And ore I query " Eh .'" They bid mo hastily "Good-eve," And skip as tpiickly away. Alas ! that mankind should be thus— I inns.' in mournful stand ; Some tell me that I " take the cake,'' And "Don't you understand '(" I know not what they mean, these words That citiod yeomen speak ; No guide nor hand-book teaches me These things "that seemeth Greek." I long to have my home again Far from this vapid style And ponder o'er a lesson taught That teaches " I should smile !" FARM, HARDEN AMI HOUSEHOLD. Kcclpes. Honey CAKE.-One quart strined honey, half pint soda, half pint melted butter, one teaspoonful sugar dissolved in half cup warm water, half nutmeg and tea- J spoonful ginger. Mix these ingredients and then...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 8 October 1881

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. CHARLES E. painter, Editor. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1881. VOL. 1.-NO, 13. There's darkness over every land, The hearts of men are failing: Man takes his fellow by the hand, In nearer brootherhood they stand, For all the earth is wailing. There's sorrow in the hut and hall; The bolls of death are tolling : The sun is hidden hy a pall; In whelming billows, over all The tide of grief is rolling. Loved Britian'B queen of grace and worth - The proudest thrones of power— The millions high or low in birth— Yea, all the peoples of tho earth Are one in sorrow's hour. Tis not that bloody-handed war A nation's strength has broken ; No pestilence has swept the shore, Nor famine left in any door Its grim and deathly token. A cruel, vile, accursed blow The world's great soul has smitten ; It laid the man heroic low, And lines of deep and bitter woe On countless hearts aro w...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 8 October 1881

The Stephens City Star. C. E. PAINTER, EDITO*. Saturday, October 8, 1881. ' Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, : Va., as second class matter. AVk. have made it a rule, from which we t will not deviate, that nil paper* sent to n ( distance—excepting those to be paid for by I • fiicnds residing here—must be paid for in advance, i % i it It i % i \ NEXT WEEK. 1 BRILLIANT ADDITION'S TO THE ALREADY ( REMARKABLE PROGRAMME FOR THE ' BALTIMORE 01UOI.K. ' Baltimore's programme for the Ori ole will, it would appear, be limited to the matter of the number of hours embraced within the three day* and ' nights; from October 10th to ]2th ' inclusive. There is to be a peculiarly ' novel and striking water display, com- ! memorative of the inauguration of the new water works. The fountains will ' be of remarkable dimensions, and the l proceedings throughout will be of the s most interesting character. Next in order will be the grand parade of mili tary, fire and civic organizations, and Whic...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 8 October 1881

Wheat Market, As quoted bY C. A. Shannon, delivered n'- Depot i _To.l. - »1.4n|N0.8. - SUM | "subscribe for THE STEPHENS CITY STAR. I Only $1.50 Per Year I Here and Hereabouts. . \ft had a pretty hot house warm- Baltimore's Oriole commences —Round trip fare to the Oriole, The fair commences at Winches ter Tuesday, let everybody attend. —Star Chemicals, Steele & Bros. —Look out for new advertisements next week. That talented young man, whose name graces the head of these columns if in Baltimore, seeing the sights. King Phosphate, Steele & Bros. —Jack Frost visited Stephens City, last Wednesday night. New corn >s selling -in Stephens City for $3.00 per barrel. —Cathartic and quinine pills ; also St. Jacob's Oil, at Steele & Bro.'s The next paper we start will be called the umbrella—why ? Because I every body will take it. —Subscribe for the Star, and be happy. \ —Everybody is using Brown s Iron Bitters, and everybody is astonished at its many marvelous cures where all o...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 8 October 1881

FARM, GARDES AM) IMHSKHOU). Heel pen. Potato Puffs.—Take mashed pota toes and make them iuto a paste, with one or two eggs ; roll it out with a dust of flour and cut round with a saucer; have ready some cold roast meat (any kind), freo from gristle and chopped fine, seasoned with salt, pepper, thyme or pickles cut up fine ; place them on tho potato and fold it over like a puff, pinch or nick it neatly around and bako for a few minutes. NlorwiMUS Por-CoßN.—Put into an iron kettle one tablespoonful of butter, three of water and ono teacupful of white sugar (pulverized is best); boil until ready to candy; then throw in three quarts of corn, nicely popped ; stir briskly until the candy is evenly distributed over the corn ; set the ket tle from the fire ; stir until it is cooled a little and you have each grain sep arate and crystallized with the sugar ; caro should be token not to have too hot a fire, lest you scorch the corn when crystallizing. Nuts of any kind pre pared in this way ar...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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