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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 7 April 1883

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Article for Universal It*ulily U"C. HsBsBHBsBMBsBsBBsH I Eradicates llSS" *•***+ ■ .araaicatta ■ niphtheria, saiiI TJTAT APT A Mvatlon, Ulcerated | JtUUuAXUA. ■ j^ THroutt Hmun MMMsWsW»Wri V*\%'fn Pox, all ('niitiißlmis I>lftoii*cfl. Person* waiting on the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet F, ver has merer been known to spread where the Fluid was msed. Vtllow Fever has been cured with it after black vomit Intel taken place. The worst cases of Diphtheria yield to it. Feveredand Sick Per- | SM AM.-VOX sons refreshed nnd ! and Bed son-, prevent- ■ PITTING of Small ed by bathing with , p ox PREVENTED I);irbys HuiJ. . , * , Impure Air Buds ~ Am •"•"""'n'yfernharmless and purili-tt. gf M ■">»■ a,L For Sore Th.on. it is a ' & n ' 1 , l *? 1 x - \ " sed the sur • cure ' F' m " ! lne patient was Contagion destroyed. ' "j* S* U *?»' w » s ." u ' For Frosted li.-l, i P«»°- a " ' wa » »£'"" Chilblains, Piles, the house as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 7 April 1883

A Barren Plum Tree. 1 Plums are attacked by two insect pests. One is the curculio which makes a crescent mark on the young fruit, and ono is the plum gouger, which lays an egg in the plum and causes a drop of gum to exude or the fruit turns to a puffy, brownish decayed ball. The only effective way to avoid these pests is to make a poultry yard around the plum trees and scatter tho feed about I them, so that the fowls will scatter the soil and pick up the insects. It is not the insects that fly that do the damage but those hatched in the ground from the fallen fruit, which come up in tho spring and attack the tree. The more the ground about tho trees is disturbed the better for them. Rnltnble Manures. All vegetables that are grown tor their leaves or stems require an abundance of nitrogenous manures, and it is useless to attempt vegetable gardening without it. To this class belong cabbage, lettuce, spinach, etc. The other class, which ia grown principally for or pods, as beans, peas,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 April 1883

Stephens City Star ' ' IT T TT XT/\ Oft _ a u __, ~»,»,,, i~t/A V \ C tTITDHtV I I)T)TT Ii IQQ9 VOE. II"*-A0. 39. By BEN S GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY FREDERICK CO., VA., SAIUKDAI, AL lvlL< 14, Looo. *34 Woman's Voice. Not In tho swaying of the siunmer trees, When evoning breezes sing their vesper h -. m 11— Not the minstrel's mighty symphonies, Nor ripples breaking on the rivet's brim, I« earth's best music; these m iy have awhile I High thoughts in happy heurls anil irking cares beguile. Bnt even as the swallow's silken wings. Skimming the water ol the sweeping hike, Stir the still silver with a hundred rings— So doth one sound tho Use] ing spirit wake To brave the danger anil to bear the harm— A low and gentle voioo—.ear woman's chielAn excellent thing it in', and ever lent To truth and love, and meekness; they wbo I This gift, by the fill grat ions Giver sent. Ever by quiot step and smile are Known; By kind eyes that have wept, hearts ihnt havo sorrow'd. | I An excellent t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 April 1883

6. F. MAYERS' Spring and Summer ANNOUNCEMENT! iiieiit. respectfully calling their attention to the largely Increased stock offered for your inspection. I have added new lines of goods not heretofore kept in this place, to which anec'ial alttention is called below. The DRY GOODS! having been almost entirely exhausted, has '"•en replenished throughout with fresh and reasonable goods, embracing all the latest designs in Prints. Dress Goods, Lawns, Percales, Fancy Ginghams, &c. A. full stock of Brown and Bleached Muslins, Shirting Stripes, Tickings, Drillings, Cambrics, Table I.incus, ~i -4 and 10-4 Bleached A Brown Sheetings, C'ollonadcs, Linen Drills, Jeans, Satinets and Cassimeres, together with a general line of White Goods, Table & Floor Oil Cloths, Plain and Check Mattings, Hemp Carpets, &c. 25,000 ydi Standard Prints at. 4 cents per yard. These goods are printed on standard cloth, and are warranted full Madder colors. 100 pieces choicest design...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 April 1883

For Dyspepsia, Costive n ess, ( Slck Headache, rhronto DlarBlood, Fever and I Ague, Malaria, and all Diseases caused by De* rung--.lent of Liver, Bowels and Kidneys* SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER. Bad Breath; Pain In the Bide, sometimes the pain Is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for Rheumatism ; general lan of appetite; Bowels generally costive, * .iu«:miir* alternating with lax; tne head is troubled With p;iin, 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, easily startled; feet cold or burn ng, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied tbat exercise would be beneficial, yst one can hardly summon up fortitude to try it—ln fact, distrusts every remedy Several ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 14 April 1883

l'l"« Inw •' » On haul. It will benefit an orchard to plow the ground, but it should be plowed very lightly, to avoid breaking the roots. I Pruning the trees is necessary for the production of good fruit, but with all the care possible in this way there will be no good fruit unless the codling moths are destroyed in some way. One way is to pick up all the fallen apples and feed them or burn them. Another is to set light-traps in tho orchard at nights, or to have fires or smudge i heaps among the trees; but in some way these insects must bo destroyed or thero will be no good fruit. It is a good plan to keep fowls in the orchard and leave the ground under the trees I loose for them to scratch in and hunt I these worms. Ail Experiment Willi I'otntoes. A Canadian agriculturist, says a Canada exchange, last season tried an experiment with potatoes that is worth noting. It was done by scooping out every eye from a potato and inserting in the flesh of it a single eye carefully cut from ano...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 28 April 1883

Stephens City Star By BEN. S. GILMORE. The Shadow of the rTorkiognan. Behold yon swiftly fijing boat! In o iriKciouß might it Meims alone; TVi h ;;r.ieo;ul lines and powerful Irarna, l! pioudlj bears its living throng. To di-lint lands it plow-, iis way. And to the ninny wealth doth bring) I"i tidings from the absent Irlonns Are welcome as the smiling spr'ng. You ,cc it deavo the n slices wave, And know old ocean's epaee 'twill span; But, oast o'er all, can yon I ehold The shadow ot the woikiiiguiuul See, on the locomotive rush With heudlon X speed o'er iron roaft L-ke living, bieuthing monslcr, whom Some tins, en powers omvur.l goad. Through citifs, towns, and shady dells. O'er gurgling streams mid woodbind gludes, It speeds 3 ou on with clung nnd rnnr; Ay, 'neath lull.llu.lins' gloomy shades, With case it quickly hours alon;; Pilgrims of eve:y tribe nnd elan; But o'er each fleeting view dost see ', The shadow of ihu workingmnii? Come, gnso npon this mighty pile, The spiro of which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 28 April 1883

L F. MAYERS'i !ing and Summer OUNCEMENT! :o: : return of Spring it gives me : lay before my friends and pairing anil Siimnicr Announco- | ctfully calling their atiention to | increased stock offered for their I have added new lines of goods ore kept in this place, to which I tention is called below. The i GOODS! 11 almost entirely exhausted, has lishcd throughout with fresh and goods, embracing all the latest ■ Prints. Dress Goods, Lawns. Pcr■y Ginghams, &c. A full stock "and Bleached Muslins, Shirting citings, Drillings, Cambrics, Ta-' , "i-4 and Ki-4 Bleached A Brown Cotton.'iiles, Linen Drills, Joins, nil Cassimeres, together with a c of White Goods, Table A Floor ;, Plain autl Check Mattings, >ets, Ac. !•>• Standard Prints at. 4 cents •d. Thcae goods arc printed <iard cloth, and are warranted \ idder colors. ! choicest designs at 61 cents j d. Fancy and Mourning Lawns 12} cents per yard, tilings in black and fancy colwool, only 25 cen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 28 April 1883

rhona, Jaundice* Impurity of the Blood, Fever and i \ •'!'■, Malaria, and all Diseases canned by Derangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidneys. SYMPTOM* OF A DISFASFD LIVER. Bad Preath; Pain in the Side, sometimes the pain is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for Rheumatism; general loss of appetite; Bowels generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax; die heat! U troubled with pain, is dull and heavy, with considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of leaving undone *oraeil;rg 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, aaifly 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 t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 28 April 1883

ize that a proper mixture of grain foods is more economical than to feed exclusively of one or two kinds. A Connecticut farmer who makes farm ing pay feeds his cows two quarts daily from a mixture of 1200 pounds of coarse wheat bran, 1000 pounds o corn meal and 500 pounds of cottor seed. This is mixed by being the* oiighly shoveled over on a tight bar lloor. The samo farmer thinks it jay to feed coarse bran to hogs occasiona - ly, when meal is fed regularly, as i keeps them in good conrtition. Cm-rots. Our farmers do not raise enough carrots. They make a horse's coa very sleek. They should have goo depth of soil and (mo tilth. Our farm ers' wives do n-;t fully appreciate the value of tli? carrot in cookery. In deed, the liking for carrot) is an ac quired one. So is that for tomatoes So is that for parsnips. Tho write remembers that he was obliged to cultivate a liking for green peas, which, as they were the old mushy, strung marrowfats, is not to bo wondered at. Hut the carrot flavo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 5 May 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR. By BEN. S. GILMORE. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, MAY 5, 188.*?. VOL. II—NO. 42. She Ins fffct (mini her king as yet, "llie golden days glide by; They bring no sorrows to I'oi-get, Nor any cause lo sigh. No heart for her devotion made The posfionnto summers '..ing; Uiharuiedshc walki, and iinnflruyed— Slio bass not found her king. Men bring their titles, and iheir goMt She tnrn.i in scorn away. The man must be of different mold She sweats she will obey. Though poor in honor and in lands, Rich in a rarer thing, Ti led by God alone, he stnnds, When she will own her king. But when he comes, as come ho will, Strong to support, and grand, With supplication that shall fill Her sottl, like her romninnd; She'll place her hntid in his, and take What'er this world may bring, Proud and contented lor his sake, Whom she hath crowned her kingl I I jlie sun had gone down in a red river of threatening cloud; tie etorm which had been impending for some days had bro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 5 May 1883

Soring and Summei meat, respectfully calling their attention to the largely increased stock offered for their inspection I have added new linen of goods not heretofore kept in this place, to which special atltuntion is called below. The Will GOODS! haling been almost entirely exhausted, has been replenished througltqul wilh fresh nnd i-eaHonahie goods, embracing all the latest designs in Prints. Dress tiootis, Lawns, Percales, Fancy Qlnghams, Aa. A Hall stock of Brown ami Bleached Muslins, 9hlrting Stripes, Tickings, Drillings, Cambrics, i'aSheetingi, Coltonadee, Linen Drills, Jeans, Satinets and Oasstoeres, together with a LTonoral line of While Goods, TableuV Floor Hemp Carpets, &c. 25,000 yds Standard Prints at 4 cent* per yard. These goods are print, d on standard cloth, and are war rant'd full Madder colors. 100 pieces choicest designs at 6i cents 20 pieces Fancy and Mourning Lawns al 6|(5»121 cents per yard. Nun's Veilings in black and fancy colors, all wool, only ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 5 May 1883

DARBYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Article for Universal Family Use. SBSlWßl^^^^^^^^S I Hrai3ieatea l T n>'<oiu Fevers. ■ juraoicaies ■ Diphtheria, saiiI MAT ATJfi Bvatiiin, Ulcerateil | J Wor . Throa ,, Smltll BHHHHHBMOHmI foi, Measd-*a. amt all Ccml ae-ioaa intense*. Persons waiting on the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has never been known to spread where the Fluid was used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after l-lu-'U vomit hull taken place. The worst cases of Diphtheria yield to it. FcveredandSickrer- BMAIX-POX sotlM refreshed and , and Bed Sores prevent- PITTING of Small etl by bathing with | fox PRKVENTKI) I) irbys Fluid, ''a , c r • Impure Air made ~Am ■-■■■■>« ™ myfamhlirmless "- 15 t '*. te " , w " h For More' Throat it is ai s ™ P","' ' '}*«* *-*■<■ sure cure ' ''"id : the pattcnt was f'ontßßion destroyed. ! n ?- was not For Fronted Feet, : P."""' anii ** •*t 0 *" Chilblain* Piles, the house again in three Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 5 May 1883

thrips and red Spiders is to have a large vessel filled with clean hot water at a temperature of 188 degrees. The infested plants are dipped into the water for the space of four seconds whin the insects will be killed, and no damage result to the plants; it is hc-d not to continue the immersion longer than the time noted. If aftcrwaitls a few insects appear that have developed since the operation, it may be repeated. The temperature of the water should bo Watched and not allowed to fall below 122 degrees. It is said that even young shoots and flower buds will not suffer in the least from this treatment.— Yiek. ■ low »o Feed Meal lo Cowl. It is a matter of some importance, says a writer in the New England Farmer, how meal is fed to cows. Owing to the peculiar structure of the cow's digestive organs, when meal is fed alone, instead of going into the first stomach where the hay goes and remaining until it is remasticated, it goes directly to the third and thence to the fourth stomach. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 12 May 1883

STEPHENS CITY STAR. By BEN. S. GILMORE. I The Winil Blows. wi: (1 blows, and sleet nnd hail :t.l!ow on the ed lying gale— 10 winter ."celliing in the snows; i-weeping storm, from bight lo bight *• buck tbe devouring night; ibtlttos hark the wind blows, wind blows, the bills grow brown, snow melts nnd the ruin coinc9 down, , o swollen current dips and flows; water loams, the bridge gives war; ightthe horjeman drinks the spray; the wind blows. wind blows, the nights grow brief, ■HYUfUI loretrts buiat in loaf, 10 time ol planting comes nnd goes; waters lull, the sninl drifts d >wn; pass and no man thinks thereon; the wind blows. — Dora Head Goodale. Dhapter of Accidents. .iillc tl ings on li tie w'ngs liuui litt lv sou!:* to beuvun." I. .Vrote, and wrote, and wrote. I actlj from "early morn 'till | re," but from the cricket's fir-it ] ;o tho rattle of the milkman's j ;e. He told first how he loved I, being a slightly sensible man ; iroughl-i in earnest, that did not I much s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 12 May 1883

Spring and Summet ronsmy Bpnngand Bummer Announcelent, respectfully calling their attention to the largely Increased stock offered for their ecttoa. 1 have tided new lines of goods not heretofore kept in this place, to which social attteiiliou is called below. ■ The slock of IWI 0003)8! havfalg been almost entirely exhausted, has ix-cn replenished throughout with fresh and seasonable goods, embracing all the latest design! in l'rints. Dress Hoods, l.iuvns. Percales, Faucy Ginghams, A. full stock of Brown and Bleached Muslins. Shirting Stripes, Tickings, Drillings, Cambrics, 'i shie Linens, 5-4 ami 10-4 Blenched A Brown Sheetings, CottOßades, Linen Drills, .leans, Saiincts and r.'issiineres, together with a general line of White (ioods. Table & Floor Oil Cloths, Plain and Check Mattings, Hemp Carpets, &c. '25,000 yd< Standard Prints at 4 cents per yard. These goods are printed on standard cloth, and are warranted full Madder colors. 100 pieces choic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 12 May 1883

For Dyspepsia, oitlTeneis, lok Headache, hronle IHnrhuM. Jaundice, inpuiity of thn Hood, Fever and igne. Malaria, and all Disease* aused by De--101 asTur, «*Hi,¥ela and Kidneys. SOFA DISEASED MVER. i; Pain inathc Side, sometimes the i dcr the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for general toft of appetite; Bowels livj, s imetimcs alternating with la*; rouhled with pain, is dull and heavy, fable loss of memory, accompanied sensation oflcavin-'undone something o Wave bctn done; a slight, dry cough ice is sometimes an attendant, often consumption; the patient complains Mid debility; nervous, easily startled; urn ng, sometimes a prickly sensation xists; spirits are low and Respondent, j . satisfied that exercise would pc bene- ; can hardly summon up fortitude to :t, distrusts every remedy. Several lymptotns attend the disease, but cases d when but few of them existed, yet after tkath has shown the Liver to tensivcly deranged. >c used by all persona, old and whenever any of tho above sy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 12 May 1883

FOR THK I'ARH AND HUME. Raisin* Cat-re*. A correspondent of the Rural New- I Yorker gives the following as his plan of raising calve-*: One porringer full : of oilmen] is wet in a pan with cold i and then stirred into a kettle of boiling water. The kittle holds about a j pailful. This meal swelled so when | wet that it made a porridge sufficiently thick. This made enough for both morning and night for ten calves. About a quart of skimmed milk is added to the lee 1 for each calf at first. but this qnantity is decreased as the calf grows until after a few weeks the milk is stopped and a cup of middlings is added to each feed. This kind of feeding was begun after the calves had been fed new milk until they were about a month old. The result was very satisfactory. Minn for Farm Animals. Experiments having been made by F. I). Curtis in feeding animals with straw in place of hay, he gives his experience in the New York Tribum in substituting the cheaper for the dearer fodder. A Iwitse ate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 19 May 1883

-*—-». ___■■-■_____»-.——ft _ - _______ _____________ I _■ ____[ I WW __( I L __f 1 1 / _X a. __l _■ — ——^—__f __«_BL_ ____________ .~__HL_--~__V _________ ,_/ ________L__ _________ J__L __. ____ JK. t-BL Q* By BEN. S. GILMORE. , £** £* ' f STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., vA., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1883. VOL. II—NO. 44, Trie punctual tide draws up the bay; Witb rijiple ol wave and hiss of spray, And the great red flower Of tl.e li.hthou.ie tower Blooms on the headland lar away. Petal by retains fiery rose Out of the darkness buds and grows; A dxzzling shape On iliii dim, tar cape, A beokoning shupe as it comes and goes. A moment ol bloom, and then it dies On the windy cape 'twixl the sea and skies. The fog low To i-ei* it go, And the white waves walcli it with cruel eyes. Then suddenly out of tho mist oloud dun, A;* touched und wooi'd by unseen sun, Again into sight Bui-is the rose of light, And opens its petals one by one. Ah, thr storm may be wild and the sea be stroiiL-, And man is weak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City Star — 19 May 1883

E. I MAYERS' P Soring and Summei ANNOUNCEMENT! — - With the return of Spring it gives nu pleasure to lay before my friends and pa irons mv Spring and Summer Announce ment, respectfully calling their attention H the largely increased stock otfered for then inspection I have added new lines of goods not heretofore kept in this place, to which special atttention is called below. TW stock of DRY GOODS! having been almost entirely exhausted, hat been replenished throughout with fresh am! -.casonable goods, embracing all Jlie latest designs in Prints. Dress Goods, Lawns, Per rales, Fancy Ginghams, Ac A full stocl lof Brown and Bleached Muslins, Shirtin Stripes, Tickings, Drillings, Cambrics, Ta hie Linens, 5-4 and tO-4 Bleached & Brow Sheetings, Collonadcs, Linen Prills, Jean Satinets and Cassimeres, together with o-eneral line of White Goods, Table* Floo Oil Cloths, Plain and Check Mattings Hemp Carpets, &c. 25,000 y£* Standard Prints at 4 cent per yard. These goo...

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