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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 13 January 1883

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Article for Universal Family I'hi-. HHBVEfIafJaBSZSSaaaQ f or Scarlet and I Eradicates I 2££f I e v « r ,V 5 TUT AT AT? Ti BTatlon, Ulcerated j MAhAOiA. | gore Throat. BmaU I*<»*» Measles, and) all Contagious Diseases. Persons waiting on the Siclt should use it freely. Scarlet Fever nas 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. Fevered and Sick Ter- SMALL-POX sons refreshed and and Bed Sores prevent- PITTING of Small cd by bathing with p ox PREVENTED Darbys Fluid. . . » * Impure Alt mark A member of my famharmless and purified, ft ,"' ls ta . k<!n !"** For Sore Throat it is a BCS5"*£: I " se , dth = sore cure. Fluid ; the patient was Contagion destroyed. n °« Yimous, was not J'or frosted Feet, P."" d ' and wa . ±° M Chilblains, Pile., I "he house again in three Ohaangi, etc. I rjr* an . J "° $*z* Rhe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 13 January 1883

THE NEWS. The connection between the "Sunset Route Railroad of Texas aud the Southern Pacific, about completed, will give another continuous line from New Orleans to San Francisco. A Nevada penitentiary convict say» that he was sent to prison for being dishonest, and | is there kept at work cutting out pieces of pasteboard to put betweon the eolei of ihOlli in place of honest leather. There were 257 failures in the United Statos n ported to Brudstreet's Journal the past v.cole, 15 more than the proceeding week, and 103 more than the corresponding week last jenr. The wife and two children of Thos. Johnson, living iv Westmoreland county, Pa., at the foot of a mountain, were buried and snf- i t"cated by a land slide. O. XI. Howell, the canner, of Milford, Del. ' who failed for $-'0,000 or $25,000 has arranged with his creditors to pay fifty cents on the dollar, and will continue his business. The failure of P. P. Gustino &■ Son, wholesale and retail furniture dealers, 201 N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 January 1883

@j)e Mufyen* City £tat. HERE SHALL THE PKESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, IN AWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY Q4IN. — —i— '. —. ~zr.--—m.".r"-i— l~ —- ~ ——- - . ~r~~ ~. - — in ■ ■ a mil i_ii i ,■*■—— i i pnwiaafwn n ■——*—— ■■ ,* * nw-tatswrnr** ' *. an ■ -i-w^*E**a*»»^»aa.aaaaaaaaaaa*.aaaaaa.................—____________^____^^_____ — I Fifty Tears Apart, They nit in the winter gloaming. And the fire burns bright between ; One has passed seventy summers. And the other just seventeen. They rest in a happy silence As the shadows deepen fast; One lives in a coming future, And one in a long, long past. Each dreams of a rush of music, And a question whispored low ; One will hear it this evoning, One heard it long ago. Each dreams of a loving husband. Each dreams of a loving husband. Whose brave heart is her's alone; For one the joy is coming, For one the joy has flown. Each dreams of a life of glarine** Spent nnder the sunny skies ; And both the hope and the mem'af; Shine in the happy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 January 1883

OR, RUSH'S SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION A Positive Cure for Consumption in All Stages. For Bleeding at the Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asthma, and all Affections of the Lungs It Has no Equal. Dn. Rusn's Specific for Consumption iii recommended by all the leading physicians who are acquainted with its use. Price, Large Size, $1.00 " Small Size, 50 EsT'Sold by Druggists everywhere. Dr. Willoughby, the attending physician nt the Sisters' Hospital, and one of Buffalo'• most prominent members of the profession, bus used it, for years, and says: Buffalo, Aug. 17,1882. Dr. limits Medical Association : Dear Doctohs—l unhesitatingly add my name to the long list of regular practitioners who have recommended your"Specific fur Consumption." I have used it for many years in my practice for all pulmonary affections, and 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, Professor o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 January 1883

i 01 I)ysp< psi.i, k Costivcnesi, %Sick Headache, Chronic IViiirrhooa, Jaundice, Impurity of the t HI nod, Feverand ■y V ;:nf, Malaria, ./ and all IMseases ranged by Do- - , _owtis and Kidneys. M'MPtoms of A nisF.Asr.n over. Raj Ilreath; Pain in the Side, sometimes the tiaiu 15 fell under die Shoulder-bladt\ mistaken for Rheumatism; general loss of appetite; Bowels generally costive, s .nruimes alternating with lax; the head is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy, with considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of leaving undone something wbich (.tight to have been done; a slight, dry cough and Unshed face is sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption; the patient complains of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 20 January 1883

— THS NEWS. Secretary Frelinghnysen has advised the Chinese minister that the restrictions of thd anti-immigration act do not apply to Chineso laborers in transit. The First Presbyterian Church at Cincinnati was burned just after the congregation had dispersed. The tire originated from the furnace. Loss *L' 5.000: insurance $8,003. The funeral services over the remains of the late Lot M. Morrill took place at Augusta. Me. The governor and council and the members of the bar of Augusta attended in I body. ,\lr. Urn. Bnrknell, of Philadelphia, n generoii" supporter of many pnblic institution 1 !, handed to the board of trustees of the university atLewisburg, Pa., (a Baptist theological seminary,) his chock for $100,000, iuoludini: his own subscription of $50,000, which was made on condition fia* $ifj,0 i >o more should be secured. Auditor S'.uart's annual report, jnst completed, estimates the receipts of the State of Delaware from all sources for the coming > u.r ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 February 1883

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS tfAINTA-N, UNAWSD EY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. t . .1 *"■ . * , ; • By BEN. 8. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1883. VOL. II—NO. 30. i In the Spring. In the spring above the mendow chirping swallows joyous flit; In the spring all nature's gilded with the brightest charms, to wit: In the spring the little bluebird sings within the maple tree; In the spring the cowslips peeping from the grasses dot the lea. In the spring on twilight's clondships coral draperies repose; In the spring a warmer lustre on Melissa's bonnet glows. In the spring within the woodland nil the warblers gnily flute; In the spring the solemn Shanghai site serenely on her fruit. In the spring a tint of amber on tlio honey, j suckle lies; In the spring the saffron ducklat its aquatic paddle tries. In the spring tho orlcander, ns per custom, tips and tilts; In the spring tho hnppy ochool-boy walks | around upon his stilts. In the spring...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 February 1883

DR. RUSH'S SPECIFIC Consumption A Positive Cure for Consumption in All Stages. For Bleeding at the Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asthma, and all Affections of the Lungs It Has no Equal. Dr. lUtbit's Specific for Consumption is recommended by nil the leading physicians who are acquainted with its use. Price, Large Size, $1.00 " Small Size, 50 ty Sold by Druggists everywhere. Dr. Willoughby, the attending physician nt 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. Rusli's Medical Association: Dear Doctors—l unhesitatingly add my name to the long list of regular practitioners who have recommended your "Specific for Consumption." I have used il for many years in my practice forall pulmonary affections, and have alwnya been more than satisfied with the results. I consider it the best compound known for lung diseasesYours, M. WILLOUGHBY,M. D. Dr. Howard, Professor of An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 February 1883

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Artlcln for Universal I imli.v Uae. , HBjMßjßflaaaßaßlsisH For Scarlet and ■ TT is"n»+=o ■ Typhoid I-'ever a, 8 iiraalCaXeS ■Diphtheria, Sallly MAT AT>TA H ration. Ulcerated J MALARIA. gsoreThroat.Small JB|Jf^g^jy|fY-^ l 'KaM?la Fox, Mrnftlofl, ami all Contagious Ditte:mefl. Persons waiting on the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has never been known to spread where the Fluid was u*ed. Yellow Fever h;.s been cur«d with it after lilnck vomit had taken place. The worst cases of Diphtheria yield to it. Fcverertand Sick Per- I SMAIX-POX sons refreshed and I and Wed Sores prevent- PITTING of Small etf by bathing; with j pox PKEVENTED r^e S Xnro^^a||--P- - <„.„„,H ■>'* delirious, was not il r Feet P itted - »" d «" about rf.llb ai.« Pile a' " ,c hou ' c »? ain in ,hr « Chilblains, Files, k t hcrJ ChttUnea. elc. had it -J. W. Pakkl!!u im.Htj- in cured. ,„.„„ Pkll.J.i-hl. Soft White Complex- >^oN^bdel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 10 February 1883

THE NEWS. The majority of tho bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church havo consented to the consecration of Rev. riugh Miller Thompson, D. D., as assistant bishop of Mississippi. Robert H. May & Co., dealers in carriages, harness and leather at Augusta, Ga., have mads an assignment for tlie benefit of theii creditors. The assets are, stock valned at $11,000, and notes and accounts $62,000; lia [ bilities $82,000, with a possible liability ot I $25,000 through indorsements. Tho Milwaukee College was partially destroyed 1 y fire. It was one of the finest shhool buildings in tho Northwest. All the young lady inmates, sixty in number, were saved by the efforts of the fireman and police. The loss is estimated at $50,000, insurance $29,---000. M. Armstrong it Sons, wholesale leather merchants. New York, has made an assignment. The liabilities are said to be about $400,000. In the investigation into tne causes ot the Newhall House fire at Milwaukee, firemen and iusuranco exp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 February 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO.,^VA 4 ., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 188.3. VOL. II—NO. 31. Weary of Walling. I'm wenry of watching nnd waiting For my long cherished joy to come; Yet full well I know lhat each evening But heralds the net of a sun Which sometime will burst in full rapture On mo and the joy that ia mine, And when my heart thinks of that moment, It throbs with delight that's divine! Still I nm so weary of waiting,— Is this life made up of hard things? I know that the buds wait for summer, And the swallows wait for their wings. Tho sea ever rolling and tossing, So eager to dash on the shore, Must wait till each far reaching billow Brakes just where its mate broke before. Tell me of what use nre these vigils Which embitter far more than bless? And why is a tear hot and shining Oft mixed with a loving caress? Is life one long round of dark shadows Which come when we want them the least, And haunt us like scent of the Cyprus Wo take to a fun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 February 1883

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. OILMORE. SATURDAY, FEB. 17,1883. TERMS, $100-STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., ns second elnss matter. Take in time ; see advertisement of Simmons' Liver Regulator. The prettiest girl in town, says one of our correspondents, attends Prof. Eubank' s school. Query. Where can I buy the cheapest bill of Dry Goods and Notions? Ans. At Adams & McCarty's. The String Band made some charming music on Monday night, and several young ladies were favored with a i serenade. When you have the door open and are ready to leave is the better time to j ask "Joe Thornt." about that iteer he \ lately purchased. Filthy and damp surroundings are responsible for many deaths. Keep cellars and grounds around your premises dry and clean as possible. The ladies of the M. E. congregation of this place one evening last week presented their pastor, Rev. A. A. P. Neel, a very pretty and costly overcoat, as a mark of their high apprec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 February 1883

I >>f l.ii ii. Ilowcls and Kidneys. s or a diseased liver. i; Pain in the Side, sometimes the der the Sh<mlder-blade, mistaken for general loss of appetite; Bowels ivc, - metinu s alternating with lax; ■oubled with pain, is dull and heavy, able loss of memory, accompanied sensation of leaving undone something a have been done; a slight, dry cough ice is sometimes an attendant, often consumption; the patient complains md debility; nervous, easily startled; trning, sometimes a prickly sensation littt] spirits arc low and despondent, satisfied that exercise would be bene* i can hardly summon up fortitude to t, distrusts every remedy. Several ymptoms attend the disease, hut case* 1 when but few of them existed, yet ifter death has shown the Liver to ensively deranged. c used by all persons, aid and whenever any of the above lywptoms appear. Traveling or Living In Unca.itle*, by taking a dose occasion* he Liver in healthy action, will avoid all Malaria, B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 17 February 1883

TOPICS OF THE DAT. For years the dieting expenses of E. Walker, miser of Cincinnati, cost him but ten cents a week. He ate one roll and drank some milk each day. and declared that was all his stomach would j stand. He was once a man of wealth, but lost it in securing the bonds of a' friend. He had two ambitions—to make a violin equal to a Stradivarius and to dry up and blow away. Ho almost realized the latter desire. It is stated to be a fact that there are a great many men in New York who are dressed by contract. They contract with a fashionable tailor tol furnish them all the clothes they want I in a year, for which they pay him ! 12,000. They can get a new suit every ! week, but they must give back tho old ! one. \ Strang" arrangement this, Which leaves a man with only ono suit of Clothes. There are, however, a great many who like the plan, The end of the world, which, according to the false rhyme of Mother Shipton, was to have occurred in 1881, having been unavoidably postponed,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 24 February 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR. , ■ ■ — — — -■-..—I ... . HERE SLIALL THE PBESS THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBBIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE. W! STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VTu, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 188: i. VOL. lI—NO. 32- EOOTCR AND JUDGE. ' 1 NEW ITEM EY OI.ITEB WHNnET.I, nOEMES. At the la;t annml bannvet of the B iston Bar association Mijor Palmer waa called f ntio:i lo speak for tlio city of Boston. He closed Ilia reninrLs by owing in turn ripou Doctor Oliver Wendell Holmes—"the g father who went in search of n captain, and, k fitldlnfl him, pres»nta now liis, son, Ihe f lodge.'' Doctor Holmes respond; dby read ~ log the following p MHO, referring, of c nose, lo tho ric.-nt elevation of his son, b once a soldier, to Ihe judicial bouoh : "His Honor's Father yet remains f; His proud paternal posture fn-min B i', v.hilehis right 1 c still maintain.. To wield the huu lehold rod and reins, J' lie bows before the filial ermine Wl.nl canons tales has life in store...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 24 February 1883

r The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. OILMORE. SA TURD AY, FEB. 24, 1883. TERMS, 1100—STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. ~~ ■ - j Entered nt the Post Office, Stephens City, Va.. iib second class matter. Unfolding Frauds. The just expectation of the people' that Massey would beat Wise in the Fall election was founded upon their estimate of the votes that would be fairly cast. Honest men cannot count any other way. The people knew of course the hypocrisy of the blatant shriekers for a "free ballot and a fair count," but they did not know, because it was a new experience in Virginia elections, of the ingenious meth-' ods by which wholesale frauds were to be perpetrated. The testimony now being taken in the Massey-Wise contest is turning the full light upon these deeds of darkness. Let us take only a few samples of > the evidence: In Alexandria over six hundred fraudulent votes were proved, by showing the names of that number of voters who were not even assessed for taxation. The Mahone coll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 24 February 1883

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Article for Universal 1 an.ilv Use. ■ Eradicates K£££';£ | I malaria. |^- h rr:. d . i , '°** all Contagious Diseases. Persons waiting on } UM 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 hail taken place. The worst cues uf Diphtheria yield to it. Fevered and Sick Per- | SMALL-POX sons 'refreshed and ' and ned Sores prevent- j PITTING of Small ed by bathing with j p ox PREVENTED Darbys Fluid. . _» -_ c _ iM.Hna a i ■ sm> c. A member of my famimpure Air made ~ , , •* . , harmless and purified. '"* .**• ■*•» "" h KorS.ireTllloal.it is. *•"•?' P".*- ■<■»<■ the tur - cure ' rluid; the patient was Contagion destroyed, i "j* delirious, was not For fronted Feet, ! ?.'"'*■ lnd *™ « Mut Chilblains, Piles,; ,he J*"" "? a,n '" fe" C1.„n..8H, etc. £** »'f "" S*S I Rheumatism cured. ■•**■ p. Jw, J. AHK " • Bofl White ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 24 February 1883

iv : THE FAR! a\d lio-ir. f rhnrrn il (er Sliecr. Charcoal U h g ily recommended as ° a preventive of d scase in sheep, and in c an Kngli h pamphlet the following l recipe for ils use appears: The chur roal should be given mixed with the food, except in urgent cases, when it may be mixed in water or thin gruel, and given as a drench. Tho dose is one pint to every twenty-live head of sheep or lambs. Oim-quait'r pint per head for full-grown cattle, horses or pigs; half the quantity for young cattle', and two teiispoonfuls to one dessertspoonful for young calves. tiprn l'„ililrr. Cut at the right time and properly ' cured there is no part of the corn plant ' but what is nutritious. The stalks ' are full of pith that is rich in sugar; the shucks and fodder, white not quite equal to the best hay, are better than ( any other e>f tho rcugh feeds. Va- ' rious estimates are made as to the ( value of c. nn fodder and its merits as ' compared to hay. Much depends on ( the variety of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 3 March 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1883. . VOL. II—NO. 33. SONG OF TI A How worn a theme is that of Howl Then why do I begin to rhyme Upon it now ? Because to-night the air is filled With voices that will not be stilled— They will not cease. And always sing the same refrain Of Time that ne'er will come again. Of Time that flies. Of all that Time sweeps in its flight The voioes sing to me to-night, Time cures all care. That is what I wonld fain believe, My heart therewith I do deceive, With faith in Time. Oh, voioes singing, be yon mate, Yon tonch a ohord on my heart's lute But seldom played; Yet filling all the air aronnd With a sweet melancholy sound. A song of Time ! Of Time that was, of days so fair When all was yonng, nnd love was thereLong days ago! Be still Ibe still! that sad refrain! I dare not listen once again To that same ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 3 March 1883

The Stephens City Star.. — ■ ■■ ~ i BY BEN S. GILMORE. SA TURD A V, MARCH 3, 1883. , l TERMS, $100—STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. < ~ = | Entered nt the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., as second class matter. \ ( Announcement. To the Voters of Frederick Co. , T take this method of finnonncintr myself; as a candidate for election to llic office of Commissioner of Revenue ' in the Southern District of Frederick coun- I ty, Va. Nt tlie. election to he held Mnv 34, t'Bfi:t. Should it he your will to elect me. 1 promise to serve you faithfully, honestly j 1 and soberly, nnd it shall be my endeavor to give satisfaction to all persons under the law. Very respect fully, H. L. SUDDITH. « February 2(i, 1883. ' The pretty robin has commenced to i chirp. 1 A pure, harmless, efficacious remedy—Simmons Liver Regulator. 1 The question as to who shall be speaker of the house has to be settled i after every marriage. Carriage and Wagon Building, Painting and Trimming a specialty at Ar- ! I genbrig...

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