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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Stephens City star. — 15 October 1881

€l)t* Citij J_-tur. 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 15, 1881. VOL. 1.-NO. 14. -1781 YORKTOWN 18811 The Monument to be Erected Upon tbe Field of Battle. THE DEHK.NH AND INKfIttPTIONX. A Cut Showing All of its Propor tions. . OKDKIi* TO mi! Tit OOP*. PROGRAM OF THE CELEBRATION. The commission of artists, as provid ed by the act of June 7, 1880, was ap pointed by the Secretary of War, in let ters dated July 22, 1880, and consisted of R. M. Hunt; of New York; J. Q. A. ■ Ward, of New York, and Henry Van Brunt, of Boston. The commission, in submitting the design and model, which has been accepted by the Secretary of War and the commission of Congress, and which will be the form of tho col umn to be erected at Yorktown, rc "Fn'.m the point of view of sentiment, this mouument is intended to convey, in architectural language, the idea set forth in the ...

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. — 15 October 1881

a Latest Styles Fit Dress Cools. 50 Tieces Fall Style Prints, 6cts a yd. \ 10 Striped Shirting good qual ity, 10 cents a yard. Fruit of Loom yard wide bleached muslin, 12} cents per yard. Duvol yard wide blerchcd muslin 12} I Our Muslins i leaiil Goods, AND ARE OFFERED VERY LOW!! WE HA YE 10 PIECES SELECTED STYLES Figured Momies, at 12? A LL BORDERED AND PRETTY STYLES! [ Yard Wide Foulards 12} per yard. OTHER DRESS GOODS 10CTS Fft'iev Striped Crash Toweling, 8 cts. Yard Wide Brown Muslins, 7, 8& 10. '■ " Bleached muslins 10 &. 12. 15.' .Wtl & Bleached Canton flannels 10, 11. 12} & 15 cents a yard. Bed Ticking 12 to 25 cts. a yard Try out Double Thick Ticking, "Warranted to Or we Will Make You a Pres- j ent of the Tick. QliHed Bed Comforts, Extra Heavy $1.50, $1.75 &$2.00. STEBLB & BBO.J DEALERS IN 6EKERAI MERCHANDISE ; MEDICINES,! l\f O' x t Ct ri S ; FANCY MS, iWE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE 'ons & Fancy Goods ! ! j AND AT PRICES rer than the Lowest" cad our 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. — 15 October 1881

The Stephens City Star. C. E. PAINTER, Editor. Saturday, October 22, 1881. -— Entered at ike P<i«.t Office, Stephens City, Va.. a* second class matter. Wk hire niaiie it a rule, from which we ■will not deriate, that all papers scut to a distance—excepting those to be paid for by friends residing here—must be paid for in ad>*nce. ~SPECIAIT EDITION.^ The well known firm of Steele & Bro. was established in tie; spring of j 1869, and commenced busino-s in the Store House now owned and occupied by Messrs. Steele & Dinges. chased the well known Jno. Allemong psoperty, for so many years owned and occupied by him, and latterly j occupied toy the firm of Allemong aud Mayers. They commenced business on a very small capital, but by strict attention to business, they built them- j selves up a trade from the beginning. and ever sinca havo maintained a large proportion of the trade coming into our city. They carry a very large and attractive stock, comprising Dry Goods, Groceries, Q...

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. — 15 October 1881

Mary. In the sweetest of jackets She sat in hor chair, Anil tnld of the " rackets" She'd had everywhere ; (if the parties ami balls Tv which she bail been, Ami how at them all She reigned snpromo ; She told of the chances She had to wed, I'.iit to all such advances She just shook her head ; For she knew very well (Tho' it seemed kind of wrong,) The same story she'd tell 'Till himself came aloug. Then she paused for a space And drew a deep sigh, And 1 looked in her face To know if it wore I ? But she spoke not a word. Tho' my thoughts she had read And 1 felt ipiite absurd And she still shook her head. FARM, GIRDER AUD HOUSEHOLD. tl i.Nt'li 1.1 llllllM Hot water will take peach stums out ot a table-cloth. A little salt rubbed on a discolored ' egg-spoon will restore its silver tint. The easiest method of removing rust from iron is rubbing it with a rag dip ped in oil of tartar. The rust will dis appear immediately. X half a tablespoonful of vinegar is added to the dark portion of a ma...

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. — 22 October 1881

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. ' '■ — JZTL ". _ ■ CHARLES E. PAINTER, Editor. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1881. VOL. 1.-NO. 16. That Line Fence. Old Farmer Smith came home in a miff From his field tho other day, While bis sweet little wife, tho pride of his life, At hor wheel'was spinning away. And ever anon a gay littlo song With tho buzz of her wheel kept lime ; And his wrathful brow is clearing now, Under her cheerful rhymo/ "Come, como, Uttlo Turk, put away your work, And lißien to what I say ; What can I do, but a quarrel brew With the man across the way? ' I have built my fence, but he won't commonoo To lay a single rail; His cattle get in, and the feed gets thin, ' I ant tempted to make a salo !" " Why, John, dear John, how you do go on ! I'm afraid it will bo as they say." "No, no, littlo wife, I have heard that strife In a lawyer's hands don't pay. "He is picking a flaw, to drive me ...

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. — 22 October 1881

DRY GOODS ! Latest Styles FALL PRINTS AND LADIES Fine Dress Goofls. BO Piece* Fall Style Prints, Get* a yd. It) " Striped Shirting good qual ity, 10 cents a yard. Fruit of Loom yard wide bleached muslin, 12-} cents per yard. Duvol yard wide hlec.ched muslin 121 Auiory" " " " 12| I Our .ll_is_i__s MM tats, AND ARE OFFERED I VERY LOW!! \VF HAVE 10 PIECES SELECTED STYLES Figured Momies, at 12? ALL BORDERED AND PRETTY STYLES! | Yarl Wide Foulards 12i per yard. OTHER DRESS BOOBS 10GTS F.'.vy Striped Crash Toweling, 8 ijts. | Yard Wide Brown Muslins, 7, H& 10. J " Bleached muslins 10 & 12. tie wn & Bleached Canton flannels 10, 11, l'2l &15 cents a yard. Bed Ticking 12 to 25 cts. a yard Try mr Warranted to Or w« Will Make You a Pres- i ent of the' Tick. t_ lilted Bed Comforts. Extra Heavy | stbele _ ma, liLAI.KF.S IN MERCHANDISE | AND M§H§M§ ' AND FANCY GOODS, WE HAVE A A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ■ Notions & Fancy Goods ! I AND AT TRICES Lower than the Lowest' Read our prices ...

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. — 22 October 1881

The Stephens City Star. I C. E. PAINTER, Editor. Saturday, October 22, 1881. Entered at the Post Office, Stephen* City, Va.. a* second class matter. Wk have made it a rule, from which ye will not deviate, that all papers scut to a distance —excepting those to be paid for bj friends residing here —must be paid for in advance. special mtmT *_N> The well known firm of Steele & Bro. was established in the spring of 1869, and commenced bus;no sin the Store House now owned and occupied by Messrs. Steele & Dinges. In the Fall of 1872, they pur-, ■chased the well known Jno. Allemong \ j>soj>erty, for so many years owned d by him, and latterly occupied by the firm of Allemong and ' Mayers. They commenced business i on a very small capital, but by strict .attention to business, they built them jselves up a trade from the beginning, .and ever sines have maintained a largo : proportion of the trade coming into our city. They carry a very large .and attractive stock, comprising ...

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. — 22 October 1881

Heaven. Oh ! where Bhall human grief be stilled And joy for pain bo given, Where dwells, the siuißhine nf a lore In whii'h the soul may always rove? A sweet voice answered— Heaven. Oh, heart, I said, wlien death shall come And all thy cords be riven, What lies beyond the swelling tide V The same sweet voice to mine replied In loving accents- Ifcavcu. Where, where shall friendship never die ? Nor parting hand be given V My heart was tilled with strango delight, For in that silent hush of night, I heard the answer- Heaven. Ob, voyage on life's fitful sea ; By stormy billows driven ; Say, what can Hootbe thy aching breast, Or give thee comfort, joy and rest, Like mother, home, and Heaven V FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Ilniesllc Aids, Aitle FniTTEits.—Make a batter, not very stiff, with one quart of milk, threfe eggs, and flour to bring it to the right consistence. Pare and core a dozen apples, and chop them to about the size of small peas, and mix them well in the batter, Fry them in la...

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. — 29 October 1881

HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN. CHARLES E. PAINTER, Editor. STEPHENS CITY, FREDERICK CO., VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1881. VOL. 1.-NO. 16. YORKTOWN CENTENNIAL! Ait Auspicious Opening-. inPOUKa MASONIC CERRMONIK'. Brilliant Speetticle on tho York Utvcr. HONORS TO .•HK-IDKNT ARTHUR Reception by the tJovernor of Virginia. 7ft. (oritri-stone tirthc .W»ittiineiit. YouktowH, Va., Oct. 18.—Alternate clouds auilKiitiehliie, with a cool aud refreshing air, wWJtWeAwi the weather at Yorktown M-day. Throughout tho nioininp public attention was dvided boiween tho beautiful spectacle presi nted by the shipping on Yorktown river and the gayoty always incident to the assem blage of any largo number of brilliantly-uni formed Templars of the Masonic order. On the vi liter the fleet of warvesacls lay at anchor, in a line stretching out for upwards of two miles, the number including the flagship Ten nessee in tho centre, tho Trenton, Frankli...

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. — 29 October 1881

FC. B. PAINTER, EDiro-t. Saturday, October 29, 1881. Entered at the Post Unite, Stephens City. Va.. ns second clnss matter. We have made it a rule, from Which we will not deviate, that all papers sent lo n ilistance—excepting those to be paid for hi fi'ends residing here— must be paid for iii advance. i i i ii ii iii Scarcely three months ago the pres ent writer had the extreme pleasure of introducing himself to a craft who profess to wield the cereberal scalpel who profess to bfl able to turn the ect'e of public opinion, who pro- to be the chroniclers of the great events in each act of the world's great drama. The writer reverts to his former in troduction to this craft with a species of pleasure much akin to m inly pride, and now has a very distinct remetn brence and, by the way, a very kind ly feeling for a certain modest, unas suming individual who, on the 23d ol July last, performed the introduction. We think he was known by the very polite namu "daltitory." To-day the same wri...

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. — 29 October 1881

~lPheat Market, As quoted hy C. A. Shannon, delivered at Depot: N °-1. • f1.37|X0,8, • $1.34 SUBSCRIBE FOR The Stephens City Star, Only $1.50 Per Year! Here and Hereabouts. —The weather has turned quite cold. —We had a very heavy frost on Wednesday night. —We had fine rains last Sunday night and during Monday. —The bands from this place and Middletown attended the speaking in Winchester. —Quite a number of our citizens went down to hear Maj. Daniels, and a'l expressed tl emselvesmuch pleased. —Charlie, eldest son of Rev. A. A. P. Neal, of this pi ice, sprained his ankle quite severely last Monday; we tind .rsland that he is getting better. —Col. R, A. Richardson, who was advertised to speak at this place on Manday last, arrived on the night Irain Sunday, and, while walking up Ihe track, he, in the darkness, fell through a cattle brake, bruising him self quite severely, —Mr. J. S. Vandiver, while return ing from Winchester Wednesday even ing iv a buggy,broke the kingbolt.and him out ...

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. — 29 October 1881

For Letters, so it seems to me, Our careless quintessence should be, Onr real nature's truant play When consciousness looks t'other way. Not drop by drop, with watchful skill, (lathered in art's deliberate still. But life's insensibility completeness, Got, as the ripe grape gets its sweetness. As if it bad a way to fuse The goldtm sunlight into juice. llopeleßS my mental pump I try ; The boxeH kiss, the tube is dry ; My spring, once full as Aretlmsa, Is a mere bore, as dry as Crousa ; And yot you ask me why I'm glum, And why my graver sense is dumb, All me ! I've reasons manifold, (iiiiileiis'd in one—l'm getting old ! When life once past its fortieth year, Wheels up its evening hemisphere, The mind's own shadow—which the boy Saw onward, point to hope ami joy— Shifts round, irrevocably set, Tow'rd morning's loss and vain regret, And, argue with it as wo will, Tlip clock is urjeonvcred stili. EARJI, uardex and household. T« Protect a Shlnslr Uoolfrom 11,,.. The editoc-of aDr Eastern ...

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. — 5 November 1881

S. M. STICKLEY, Editor. TAKE SIMMONS Liver Regulator. It will Positively Cbiif. Sick Hkadache ijys t»Jcr , siA. The Regulator will positively cure this ter riblo disease. We assert emphatically what we know to bo true. CONSTIPATION should not be regardod as a tiifling ailment. Naturo demands tho utmost regularity of the bowels. Therefore assist Nature by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. It is harmless, mild aud effectual. PILES. Belief is at hand for those who suffer day after day with Piles. It has cured hundreds, and will cure you. MALAItIA. Persons may avoitl all attacks by occasionally taking a doso of Simmons Liver ltogulator, to keep the liver in healthy action. BAr> brkath, generally arising finm disordered slomach, can be corrected by taking Simmons Liver Regu ator. JAUNDICE. - Simmons Liver Regulator boon eradicates this disease fiom the system, leaving tho skin clear and fresh from all impurities. COLIC. Children suffering with Colic soon experi ence relief when Simmons ...

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. — 5 November 1881

The Stephens City Rat. S. M. STICKLEY, Emtos. "snURDIY, NOVEMBER 5,1881^ Entered at the Post Office, Stephens City, ,Va„ as second class matter. Wk 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 ft iends residing here —must be paid for in adrnnce, i i i ii ii i i i In the absence of our ex-editor, the duty, as well as the pleasure falls upon us to take up the pen that he has laid down, to "wield the cercbcral scalpel," in the furtherance of the regular issues of the Star, and in behalf of a people Who have so ably and intelligently Supported us in our infancy. Our ob ject shall always be to promote the honor of our state, and to save the credit of her people; condemning all things that are deliterious to her lib erties, and privelisjes (religiously and politically) and all deceptions used by party demagogues irrespectively, to gratify their gains. We hope that by our' devoted love lor our country, and its fut...

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. — 5 November 1881

The Stephens City Star. Wheat Market, As quoted by 0. A. Shannon, delivered at Depot:" No.l, - $1.30 | No. 3, - $1.23 , .._,-..■,« , . . ~~=g= SUBSCRIBE FOR The Stephens City Star, Only $1.50 Per Year! Here and Hereabouts. •. ■, '.'■ ii iia■ " '■ . —Rev. A. A. P. Neel, assisted by Dr. S. H. Williams is conducting a protracted meeting in Kernsto wn. There have been several oonverta and np to this time the interest continues unabated. , *. * —Oat meal soap 8 cts a box, splen did for chapped hands, other ? soaps from 2 to 5 cts a cake, at S. & Bros. —Mrs. William Robinson, an aged lady living a few miles west of town, fell, last Thursday evening, fractur ing both bones of her leg just above the Airk'fe. iTr. T. J. Miller renderd surgi cal assistance, and reports her as do ing well. —Steele & Bro, are now selling New crop prunes 10 cents a pound. Newsternless raisins, 15 cents a pound New currants 12} a pound. New jellies 15 cts a glass, Quince, Peach, Currant, Raspberry, &c...

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. — 5 November 1881

A LONESOME BUSINESS. An t'nderinker'ji Stories nnd .Meditation*.. "Did I ever bnry anyone who was alive?" said the undertaker, leaning against a comfortable-looking black walnnt casket, and polishingoff a dusty name-plate. "Well, no, bnt I came near it once. It was in the winter time, too, and when I got to the house where my services were needed I fonnd the windows of the room wide open and the cold, wintry air blowing through, and there was no one in the room with the corpse, it was so chilly there. It was a woman who had died —a young, good-looking woman, and the first thing I noticed was that her cheeks were stained with red. This is not uncommon when people die sud denly, and she had only been siok a few days, and I congratulated myself on the fine appearance she woul d make - for her friends to see. I had an assis tant and we placed the casket on sup ports by the side of the bed, and were just going to lift her in when I discov ered that a pillow we needed had been left in the...

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. — 26 November 1881

..<''■■■ , S. M. STICKLEY, Editor. >flbl.i_ T,IE «BNUINK *" - -_1 llilH iU ' | "' r ' (i * re * l,tft " <;rrtit. i iimn any <li«i. i- ex:anl V *" 'ho Clirnpr*!. riiip-i <4-__Ww i_T_rT< niul l* l **' al-t*__JJ V__l_____)___|___F Medicine in the It acts with extraordinary power anil efficacy on the Liver—the largest nrjrun of the body, called, irom its importance, the houskkkei kr of otm hkalth. Wh*-n the Liver is torpid, the bowels are slupKish and constipated ; the food \U-b in the stomach indigested ami poisoning the t._ood. Fie- uitent headaches, a teenug of lassitude, desnou v uency, and nervouwne*--*, indicate how the whole deranpM. To prevent a more serious con- dition, at once TakeHr.SIMMOJSMVeRREUULATOR The test of time and tbe experience o' thousand* havo iroven it the host, laf si and spncdleHt icmcdy ft rail diseases ol tho Liver, Stomach aud Silicon. Aa a remedy in* MALARIOUS FEVERS, Byspepaln, Mental Depression, Sick Head nclic, Jaundice, Colic, Constip...

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. — 26 November 1881

The Stephens City Star. S. If. STICKLEY, Edito*. JITURDAY, 10VEMBER 26,JWI^ Entered at the Post Office, Stephen* City Va.. as second class matter. | | | If || |*| | We hare made it a rule, from which we will not deviate, that all papers sent to a distance—excepting those to be paid for hy friends residing here—must be paid for in advance. it lit Hi i i 18.81. The Stephens City Star. $1.30 PER TEAR. Piblishcd Weekly in Stephens City, Va. S. M. Stickley, Editor. Sent i» any address in the United States postage prepaid by the publisher. The liest and cheapest ucwspaperpublinh-1 ed; adapted to all parties, rel gtous and po lit iratl. Job work doneneutly, and on short notice. CLUB RATjJS: Two Copies one year. - $3.00 (With one copy of the Louisville Farm j Journal ! year, postage prepaid). Four Copies one year, - $6.00 (With one extra copy of the Star for one j-enr). Eight Copies one year, - $12.00 (With one extra copy of the Star one year and one copy of the Baltimore Weekly Sun one yea...

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. — 26 November 1881

Thi Stephens City Star. Wheat Market, C. A. Shannon, delivered at Depot: Ite.l, • 11.80 1N0.2, - $1.23 SUBSCRIBE FOR The Stephens City Star, Only |1.50 Pet Year I Here and Hereabouts. — aa .aj ■ , It is not so brilliant to make light of •rerything as some light headed peo ple imagine. I bought my undershirts of Steele A Bra., at 75 cts a pair. They have extra nice shirts and drawers at $1.00 to f 1.25 per pair. We were favored with a quantity cf nice cake from the wedding parties that were reported in last week's issue. Beautiful dark prints 61 cts a yard at Steele k Bros. "' "George, bring me 3 balls of Bonanza Potaah from Steele k Bros., it's only 10 cents, and ia twice as strong as any other." We call particular attention to the advertisements of the Star, and also our liberal offer to young and old folks in this week's issue, aW well as to the raiting of a comfortable room. Steele k Dinges are buying all kinds •f Produce, chickens, turkeys, &c, at the highest market prices. ...

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. — 26 November 1881

RLLKiIOI'S MllllM.. The Echo Boy. A little boy once went home to his mother and said, "Mother, sister and I went out in the garden and we were calling about, and tbero was some boy mocking ns. "How do yon mean, Johnny?" said the mother. "Why," said the child, "1 was calling out, 'Hoi' and this boy said 'Ho!' So I said unto him, 'Who are you?' and he said, 'Who are you?' So I paid, 'What is your name?' He said, 'What is yonr name ?' 'Aud I said to him, 'Why don't you show yourself?' He said, 'Show your self.' And I jumped over the ditch, and went into the wood, and I could not find him, and I'came back, and I said, 'If you don't come out I will punch your head.' And he sa d, 'I will punch your head.' " So his mother said, "Ah, Johnny, if yon had said, 'I love yon,' he would have said 'I love you.' If you had said 'Your voice is sweet,' he would have said 'Your voice is sweet.' Whatever you said to him ho would have said back to you." And the mother said, "Now, Johnny, when you get to...

Publication Title: Stephens City Star
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