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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 3 March 1883

' For Dyspepsia, . I nslivi'iirm, %-n-k Headache, <' h ron I c* I >i ' lJlood, Fever and I Affile, Malaria, J and all Diseases caused hy De« Bi» I'm'", iMIWeIS and Kidneys. t OF A DISFASFD T.IVER. ; Pain in the Side, sometimes the ier the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for general loss of appetite; Bowrli vu. I jmetimes alternating with lax; rubied with p.-.iti, is dull and heavy. ible loss nf memory, accompanied ensation of leaving undone something have been done; a slight, dry Cough :e is sometimes an attendant, often onsumption, the pntient complains id debility; nervous, e.tstly startled; rn:ng ( sometimes a prickly sensation isU; spirits art* low and despondent, „ .atisned that exercise would be bene ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to fry it—in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several •if the above symptoms attend tne disease, but cases Have occurred when but few of them existed, yet examination after death has shown the Liver to have been extensively deranged. Roul...

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. — 3 March 1883

FOR THE FARM AND HOME. Henvy Farm Toots. As a general thing, says a sensime writer, all of our farm tools are too heavy. Generally speaking, the farm wagon that will bear up under a ton weight with ease is plenty heavy enough for all practical purposes to which a farm wagon should be put. If you want to haul two tons it is far better and cheaper in the end to make two loads of it. The saving in horse flesh and feed will, in a few years, amount to enough to buy a new one and have something left for profit. If you are about ordering a new wagon have it made light and of the best ma terial and you will never regret it. Farm ond Garden Notes. Is that map of your farm completed ? It is well to arrange for crop rota tion. What about farm improvements this year ? Brains tell in farming as in other pursuits. A good time to make gates, repair tools, etc. It is claimed that cross-bred pigs are the be=t f atteners. The sire should be thoroughbred. Remember to underdraln orchards that are on lo...

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. — 10 March 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR, HEBE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, DNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBBIBED BY GAIN. __ By ben. s. gilmore. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1883. VOL. 11-NO. 34. A Norse Legend. A Nona king sat in his hull one night, Anil tlio tempest was raging without; The sea roared and dashed on the rocks near And the lights of he ivan were oat. A great fire biased with a dazzling light On ihe hearth ot solid rock; The brighter it gleamed lor the blackness ol And the sound of the ocean's shock. While he sat and talked, a bird flew in. And over the monarch's head; Then out through tho open casement again, To the wild, dirk nijjht it sped. "Such is life," said the king, "from darkness /rom sunshine to storm, without rest;" "Yes, sire," a courtior replied, "yot the bird I Has somewhere in safety, a nest." — M. L. Emerson. THAT GOLDEN CURL. Perry Dayton sat in his stuffy little .office, busily glancing over a heap of letters which that morning's pos...

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 March 1883

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. (iILMOKE. . ______ , , SATURDAY, MARCS 10, 1883. J : "TERMS, $1 00- STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. ], Kntered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., as second class matter. Announcement. To the Voters of Frederick Co. I take this method of itntiniincimr myself as a candidate for election to the office of Commissioner of Revenue in the Southern District of Frederick coun ty. Va, at the election to beheld May 04, IBM. Should it be your will to elect me. T promise to serve you faithfully, honestly and soberly, and it shall be my endeavor to ' jive satisfaction to all persons under the Taw. Very respectfiillv. H. L. SUDDITH. February 2fi. 1883. j Dr. H. L. Cabbell has sold his farm to J. A. Downing for $6,000. Major Hunter has disposed of a half interest in the Times. Visiting ministers are expected to preach here to-morrow in the Metho- See advertisement of Wm. Alber Bush's sale of valuable property on the 17th inst. Choice Oat Meal and Hominy at Steele & B...

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 March 1883

DARBYS ( PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household ArllcU- for TJnivcrgal Family 1 He. I T"»,n«;««+n(. HTyphoiii Pavers, 1 Eradicates ■„,,,,„ „„ rln . s „„. lit fS £ B TTAT ■ nation, UlerraUd I MALARIA. |soreTl„-„:.t,.s„,aH {'. BHHsHssff?¥P3BFKjrSllJ ■"«*» Mihhlcs, and •11 Contagious I»is»>a:.o«*. Person* waiting on ■ the Sick should line it frucly. ScarlA b*»r bus | ( ■ever been known to spread wh r the Fluiil wns used. Y-llow Fever lias been cured «iili h iiflcr j l»I:ii'!i V mii! h;.d laUcil |)iil< «'. The Worst Cuses ofl>i|»hllicri;i yield toil. ' J IYv«r.?cl,milKickrcr- | SMATX-POX urtiiH rt-frushctl nnd and 1 llfd Soros pr.vcnl- PITTIN<I of Smnll .I 1 rd by bathing with p ox PBBVEIVTKD l D.troys Fluid. . . r—«.— imiißrs Air m.i i= 1., Am ■"»; £** "B: 11 . ' Mind; the p;itiunt WHS C,.'nO»l{t.m acstroyca. , "'' »•".""' j > OUlblalnS, Pile.-,, ll,cl„mscai,M,nHl,r,c , <1, 1i,,,- <•!<• vciks, ami n i cull ra Sort \VI.iK-r.o..i,h'X- "•*""• Pl-li'Jeli-hM ioiin secure d ...

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 March 1883

FOB. THE FAUM AND H'J.VIE. The Timncrm.: or the Cream. mo tempering of cream i* one of the most important operations In butter making. This Is especially traeincold weather. The different parts of cream are affected differently by heat. A can of cream may be placed in a kettle of hot water and heated till the thermom eter indicates sixty-two to sixty-five degrees without having heated the butter globules in the cream at all. This will not ordinarily be the case, it is true, but it is liable to be. and it is approximately so in all cases where the heating is rapid. Cream should be kept warm for several hours before churning that it may become warmed through. Or, if it is necessary to tem per it hastily, it should be raised con siderably about the churning tempera ture and suffered to fall back, which it will do in a short time.— Live Stock Journal. Flat Culture for Potatoes. A correspondent of the Country Gentleman writes: Several years ago 1 became a convert to flat culture for pota...

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 March 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR. HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLTJENOE AND TJNBRIBED BY GAIN. — i i 1 — .. . By BEN. 8. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1883. VOL. II—NO. 35. if 4» t A lie.4vc-ini>111,;. flit? will not smile; t-'lio will not stir; I marvel while I look on her. The lips nre chilly And will no! spcakl The ghost of n hly In either oheck. Her hair—ah me! Her hair —her hair! How helplessly My hands »o there! But my caresses Meet not hers, 0 golden tresses That thread.my tears I 1 kiss the eyes On either lid, Where her love lie. Forever hid. 1 cease my weeping And smile ami say, I will be sleeping Thus some day! —James Whitcomb Riley. Among the Buffaloes. Whoever desires to shoot a buffalo on the soil of America must do it very soon. It is said, by good authority, that there are now left on the Contin ent but two large herds. Of course there are a good many scattering groups yet to be found; but the red men are rapid...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 17 March 1883

The Stephens City Star. 1 BY BEN S. GILMORE. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1883.j TERMS, tl 00 STRICTLY IN MVMCL Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., as second clnss matter. Announcement. To the Voters of Frederick Co. I take this method of announcinc myaelt v a candidate for election to the office of Commissioner of Revenue in the Southern District of Frr-trr-rick ormn ty, Va.. at the election to lie held May 84 1883. Should it lie your will to elect me, 1 promise lo serve yon faithfully, lionestlj and soberly, and il shall he my endeavor tc give satisfaction to all persons under tb< law. Very respectfully, H. L. SUD'DITH. February 20,1883. If you want to be happy in yesrs yet tc come, IMbMrtta for a paper that's published at home ; It tells you the doings of county and town To the truth nives a smile, to error a frown Aye, the press is the factor, when wielded for right, Tobrinirup from darkness men's deeds to the light. Try Steele & Brother's Evaporated The auctioneer ia ...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 17 March 1883

' r ° r i^yp^pain* SfVS I ! f-A CO St I V«' II 4' s Jm*^ slrk Headache, rhronlc IHar yj rlmm, Jaundice, Impurity -»f the ll __L l sl,M »<li and n A^llo ' Mftlttrla * iit "vlr-■* *y itn,i a *' Di»ea* e * 3 """ 3_§T mused by l>e ran gem en t of Liver, Bawela and Kidneys. .SYMPTOMS OF A mSFASKO liver. Had Hrcnth; Pain in the Side, sometimes the unin is lUt under the Btiou.d«r-blad ■, mistaken for Rheumatism ; general lose of appetite; liowcls generally costive. ■ rrv times alternating with lax; rhe head ir, trotibl«d with pain, is dull and heavy, with considerable loss nf memory, accompanied with •rhich might to have ftcefi done;, a slight, dry cough and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often Mistaken for consumption, the patient complains of weariness and dehility; nervous, caslry <t,irtled; feet cold or burn ng, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin exist*;; spirits are low and 'tespondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene ficial, yet one can ha...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 17 March 1883

FOR THO FARM AUD HOME. Row to Lead fftttl*. A plan in use in Southern Australia t for leading cattle, said to be very t effective, is as follows: Tie the end of 1 jhe rope around the base of the near I horn; pass the line across the forehead, I back behind the horns and under the I back of the near ear, thence up between the ropes and the animal's forehead. When hauled taut a hitch is made which takes in the et>r, the least pressuro upon which by pulling the rope, it is said, prevents the most obstinate beast from hanging back. riowina- Urecu Crop*. By plowing in a green crop, the sur- I face soil is enriched, not only by the j elements which the crop derived from the air, but also by mineral and vege table matters, which were brought up by it from the sub-soil. The green crop thus acts the part of a gatherer of plant food, and makes it easier for any crop soon after this green manuring to get its supplies from the decomposing vegetation in the soil. The best plants adapted for g...

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 March 1883

STEPHENS GITY STAR. IIEKE SHALL THE PI.ESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. ... i . ! 9- — ' ■ ' ' " By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1883. VOL. II—NO. 36. Somebofly'g Darltnar. [Tho following lines were written In 1864, by Mrs. E. Q. Spmgue, now of Wyoming, R. 1., .nd first appeared in the Waverly Magazine. rhey were suggested by seeing a young drum mer-boy lying dead in Lovell General Hospital, at Portsmouth Grove, K. I.] Into a word of the white-washed halls, Where the dead and tho dying lny Wounded by bayonet, shells and bulb, Somebody's darling was borne ono dny. Somebody's darling! so young and so bravo Wearing yot on his pule, sweet fitco, S*on to bo hid by tho dust of the grave, The lingering light of his boyhood's gmco. Matted and damp are tho curls of gold, Kissing tho snow of that fair young brow; Pale are the lips of delicate mold, — Somebody's darling is dying now. Back from tho beautiful, ...

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 March 1883

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. QILMORE. SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1883. TERMS, $100--STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, z==r - \ F.ntcrcd at the Post Office, Stephens City,, Va., as second class matter. Announcements. To the Voters of Frederick County : I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Commissioner of the Rivenuc for the Southern District of Frederick Co., subject to the decision of a Democratic Convention, should one be held. I hi'irhy pleilge myself, if elected, to discharge the duties of the office to the best of my ability. lo the "Voters of Frederick County : I respectfully announce myself a candi date for the office of Treasurer of Frederick County, subject to a convention of the Democratic par'tv. JOHN H. WOTIiINU. March 5,1883. To the Voters of Frederick County : Etake this method of announcing myself l candidate for election to the office of Commissioner of Revenue the .Southern District of Frederick i-nun- Va., at the election to be held May 84, 13. Should it be your will to cliv...

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 March 1883

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Article for Universal Family lie. and I Eradicates 1 Typhoid *«ver», I -&r*<nCaWS ■ Diphtheria. Sali- I TJTAT.AftTA i™tlo.., Ulcerated ■ ~~*_**~ B^oreThroat, Small HEVHHB9K-S '* ox » Measleß, and all Contagions Diseases. Persons waiting on the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has never been known to spread where the Fluid was used. YUIow Fever has been cured with it after blade vomit had taken place. The worst oases of Diphtheria yield to it. FeveredamlSlckPer- I SMAIX-POX fmns refreshed and and Mcd Sores prevent- ; PITTING of Small ed by bathing with ' p ox PREVENTED D.trbys Fluid. . , r r lin|,u r<• Air made A member of my ram harmless and purifLd. ™J * : " >a . Un , vv ' lh For More Throa. it is a nal P°.»- ' " se<l *• sure cure. | Hind .the patient was Contagion destroyed. !"g 1011I 011 " o !'*' »«,•">• I'or Frosted Feet, > f"'" 1 ' »"<• wa » »''°>" Chilblains, Piles, the house again in three Chafing*, et...

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 March 1883

Bpiatuß '.nt I'ooii. When att nttilß -I ell -ivs its food and ■pits it out—Which is trail 'd quidding —it Indicates adi ami, overgrown, or Injured 'tooth, This Interft. with the mastii ation pri duces in Ugi s tion aud failure of condition, but these effects will soon disappear when the cause la removed. The teeth should be examined and those thai are found disordered in any aay treated as may be needed. It the edges tire sharp or project, they should he rasped and smoothed, or,-if requisite, the tootll should be removed. The trouble Will then cease. Martina) I'luits icnriy. A German paper gives the following interesting method of starting plants early; The si edsof peas, beans,cucum bers, etc., are started in a frame, and when a little grown are lifted ami tho roots dipped la a mixture of clay, chopped moss, water and leain, and on withdrawal are sprinkled with linn. dry earth. A piece of moss is then flattened into the form of a plate and a little earth sprinkled on it. The prepar...

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. — 31 March 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR. HERE SHALL THE PItESS THE TEOrLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA. WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1883. VOL. II—NO. 37. _*£ I The End. T c riili rr.nn it rrnurrng ln< kodnvrr hislnndi, All bright in thi t < 11 ..I th(ir harvest pride: He roiinleil ll.e plm IJ ih.l oumn to liis Imn Is, But he taw n. t ihe a ctl who stood at his tiile! Fot do nli .rails no , Ihcngh riches increai-c: And the si rliil IBnJ Irual In treaties that cease, Bat fheh boast must < nd in moumin». Quoth he, "The wealth of my fuir fields teem ing. 1 will hoard, and rat wh.lo Ihe years roll on: And I'll build broHdor l-ur..s''—but a voice bri ke his dreaming. And his flush.! cheek with tciror turned haggard and wan. Ford'alh waits not, though nchoi increase, And Ihe hope ih.it flutters a miser's pcooe Is the hopo that c ldi in mourning. That ninht, Hill and cold, in the silence dim Ol his.stati ly ohnm'ii'r Ihe ri...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 31 March 1883

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN 8. OILMORE. SATURDAY, MARCH 31,1883. TERMS, $100—STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, Va., ns second class mutter. Announcements, To the Voters of Ft rderick County : I lierehv nnimiini-r myself n r.indMnte for the office of Commissioner of the Revenue in the Noitlicrn District, subject to Hie ac tion of the Democratic Convention to be held on Siliirday. May ."itli. I re ceive I lie nomination a nil licelccled. 1 pledge mvseK in Inlthfu.ll* dlwlinrge the duties of the office. '.IAS. T. LOUTIIAN. March 88,1888. To the Voters of Frcdcrir-k County : I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue for the Southern District of Frederick Co.. gnlijeel lo the decision of a Democratic Convention, should one he held. 1 hereby pledge myself, if elected, to discharge the duties of the office to the best of ray ability. March (!. 18811. W. C. COOPER. lo the Voters of Frederick County : I respectfully announce myse...

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. — 31 March 1883

■s..v*wi3*wsMnaa9M«H-"MawvMn; ostlveneas, Ick Headache, hronlc I>lar- Imbu. Jaundice, ] npnrity of the Hood, I'Vvit and I , .Kite, Malaria, ml nil Discaxefl aused by De- , ■la and Kidneys. BYMITOMS OF A DVrRAJOtf) I.IVF.R. Bad Breath ,Pa n in iii- >i : - sometimes the i psin it Mi under the Mi ndder-Uado, mistaken for kh timaritm; genei appetite; Bowels i ■eassralhr costive, r. >mettmca alternating with lax; lh- he,nl is troubled with pain, li dttU ami heavy with considerable loss of memory, accutrtpanl ■■. with a painful scnsnth>n oflravin ; undone something I l which ought to hay b. n done; a slight, dry cough J , an 1 flushed face is sometimes .in attendant, o.ten I | ■nUt.ikin for consumption, the pti.nt complains of wer.riitess and debility ; nervous, c ally startled; | (eel cold r bt.rn Itg, ■onetimes a prickly srns.ition of the skin exist*; spirits an: low and deipondent, an I, although satisfic I that ertercisc would be bene- , I vet one can hardly summon up fort...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 31 March 1883

tern ■ - --_. TOPICS Of THE DAY. Evidence increases that leprosy is no longer an unknown horror on this con linont. (.'uses havo recently been known hi Massachusetts, Dakota, Minnesota and Louisiana. It is stated by Dr. Foote's Health Monthly Hint 25,000 francs, equal to about 15,000, have been offered by a member of the French academy of medicine for the discovery of a cure •for diphtheria. The prize may bo awarded to anyone out of the profes sion it he .shall make the discovery. Tho United States government, in IS7O, bought 1-1,000 sheep and 1000 for the Navajo Indian reserva tion in New Mexico. Now the Indians hav w o 900,000 sheep and 200.000 goats, and are a self-supporting tribe. The officials who recommended this plan believe that ir generally adopted the Indian problem would be quickly resolved. A number of prominent Lutheran preachers of Washington, New York rity, and Baltimore havo issued an ap peal to the people of their denomina tion throughout tho country for funds to e...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 7 April 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR^ . _ — hbke the pREgs the pEOpLE . s lIIGHTS MAINTAIN, DKAWID BT INFLUENCE AND TJNBRIBED BY GAIN. s. GILMORe" STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1883. VOL- H-NO- *>• Vli. Fate, cannot a mm Lie wlso wUimul a '.cttt(T? From Knst to West, f'iran Bcorslieba tn Dun, S>y, whs it n :vcr h \ird That wisdom img'it in youth be KoUe#» Or nil be ripe beioio 'twas rotten? ITc pays too liisb a prist * For knowledge and tor dime Who give* liia sinews to he «ise, His teeth nnd b mcs to buy a name, And oranls ihrcrugb life a paralytto, lii earn ilie pr .ue of hard aud ciiiiq, la it not better dine, To Cine and seep through forty lit- li.ye.l by I'd.v, be leared by num j [.■npii Me aw iy, havo wine f >r fca\ I And toko tnc m irial 1' op un.launted, Cement that all we ask wus gioutedT But FVte wil' n it peimit Tho seed of ,iiJ» to i!ii», Nor .after n to win from Tilt Its gmrdon i i the fcky; Nor lit us hW», wliate'er onr pleasure The worl Va iiclit undern...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 7 April 1883

The Stephens City Star. BY BEN S. GILMORE. SATURDAY, APRIL 7,1883. TERMS, $100—STRICTLY IN ABVANCE. Entered nt the Post Office, Stephens City, Vn., ns second class matter. Announcements. To the Voters of Fiederick County : I befell I announce nyself a candidate tor the office of Commissioner of the Revenue in the Northern District, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic Convention to be held on Saturday, May sth. Should I re ceive the nomination nnd he elected, I pledge myself to taithftillv discharge the duties of the office. JAS. T. LOUTHAN. March 23,1883. To the Voters of Frederick County : I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue for the Southern District of Frederick Co., ■uhjent to the decision of a Democratic Convention, should one he held. I herehy pledge myself, if elected, to discharge the duties of the office to the l>est of mv ability. March 6,1883. W. C. COOPER. lo the Voters of Frederick Comity : I rcspeetfullv announce myself a cand...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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