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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

), 9 KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1B92. KUMHKlt 1. YOLUMK 1. Jifaf 7: iUcrUtnteue. 1 MITCHELL, ATTORN EY-AT-LA W. t iMoa ! VmI M n In mt nt. rmrwxlt , 1 ha . . ... II I Pa I TAR. n. eThoOVEIL REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Resident dentist. In IiiiIIiIIiiij liesr Metho dist i-htircli, impiislte Arnold IiIih-Ic. Cleiitle- 111! III llMmtlllK. olrU. II OTELMcVONNELL. REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FHAXh'J. lil.ACK, l'iii'r!r(or. The lending hotel of the town. Ileiiiliiiitir-tei-s for cntmm-ivlnl iiu-ii. Hli-inn heat, flee 'Iiiih, Imtli iismis mid closets on every floor, sumiile room, liilllmu iisim, tel-ihme con-nei-iuins. Ac jvn r.u ur.uiAi , $ REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. fi'WA'KA'tf- CO.XSEH, I'iniuiilnrr. l-'lmt rliixw Inevciv il I Iriihir. I.m-llti-d 111 I he very cent tv of tit' husim-ss kiii't of town. fKivo 'Inn til inifl fi-om luilns anil -iimiiHMlloiin ' sample iiMinif fill ronimi'ivlul travelers. iMERICAN HOTEL. HHOOKVILLE. PA. JllFFIMiTOX if- I.O.Ml. I'vnfi-H. Otnnlhus to anil froniull IihInh....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

The Gentlo Ghost of Joy. little while ago foil know lint I was I I A little while ago I knew not you were i you How the swift hours have run by And all the world It new. I hear the young birds sin? In the rosy light of morn Like them I could take wing, And sing aa newly burn. A little whlleYroni now t shall l.i faraway A little Vhlle from now your face I thai' not see But within my heart a ray To light the dnrk will be. Do you not know that pain So and, no tweet, so coy, That cntfifi, and eomm again, The gentle ghost of Jay J Ah, that shall dwell with me, When vour tnce I do not lec ! '-Louise Chandler Monlton, In Indrpendcnt. FOR HETTY'S SAKE. Tlioro bo moro heroes In this world, according to my way of thinking than ever got tnlkoil on In the newspapers, or have the Victoria cross presented to them, or have books written about them after they ore doad ami gone. All the tamo, I've never been nblo to nuike up my mind as to whcihor ono man I've known was a hero or not. Miiybe I'm a he...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

i. yP Mr. Clarence O. Itlgeloxo Preerrtpt nn Dnitrtrlst, lfC Oth Are., N. Y. City, my The People's Confidence Hii oeen won bv HOOD'S Sarsaparilla In Manner Never Eqtialled. 1 am, on general principle, avcrsed to ex preening my view, pro or con, in respect to any proprietary article, but In the light cf Hood's ParsAparllla being the pmliict of a brother apothecary, will say, Hood's Parsaimrlllatia secured a place in the public confidence ncror attained by anr proprietary medicine Ihnt I hnre handled during an eiperlence of mere than twenty yean in the drug trade. It Must Possess True Merit aa a remedial aoent to retnin It Increas ing popularity aa a household remedy. Theeale of Hood's fanmparilla eioeeds that of all similar preparation combined, of which I keep in slock aom. lifteen or twenty, its Praises are Proclaimed tally at my counter by those who havo bet. benefited by it. many of whom are iier snnal arqnalntamvs." C'LARBNts O. lllOBLOw, Apothecary. Rood'a PUl'a cure liver UK c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

Niibscriptiou tl.HO )icr yntr, in advanrr. An InriVpemlent Im-ni paper, puttllshiMl every 'hIiii-siIiiv at KovnohWllltt. ,lelTirson t.. nnrf .li-ffrrsoni'imnty. Non-political, will trvnt nil with fairness, nun will hi mpwliilly friend ly towards the Inliorlns rlsss. Pubscrliitlon price fl.Wper venr, In ftdviini. rommunU-strons Intended for publication must li accompanied ly the writer's tinnie, not for publication, hut tin n miarantne of good fnitli. IntoreAtlnR news Items sollrttcd. Advertising rntps mad known on npplli'n lion nt tlieoilloe In Arnolds' lllix-k. 1,,-nnhtjr ronimnnli'ntlonfi nnd change of ItdverttnementA should reni'h this ofHcs by Mondny noon. Address nil communications to 0. A. Rtoph enson, Ki-ynoldsvllln, Pa. voipd to the lntPn1s of Keytmlilsvlllo 1. A. HTKPIIP.MKON, Kdllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1KW2. gov &iat Senator. JjV)R STATE SENATE: J. O. MITCHELL, OF PERRY TOWWHIP, Hnhlect to the Action of the K'nilbllcans of IcfTervm rtiunty at the prtmmv elm t I...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

L I 1 ft Stan finlimription tlM' per year, in itdvantx? , A. UTErHKIUH'll, Kdltor and Ptib. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. 1802. rtlrr' nlb. Pimpniw train iirrlve at the Remolds- vllle station an follow: EaKtienrd. Wmlimrd. Train t, - t.K a. m. Train , 7.20 a. m. Train 1, I 00 p.m. Train i, - 142 p.m. Train S.flO p. m.lTrnln 10, ,nn p. m. miitromiiivim.1i muT-omm. Mall arrive and leave the post-office a follow! Arrive. rnoM tub wwt. 1. 15 p. m. T.onp. i Depart. mR TBB HAST. . 6.10 a. tn. - 12.) p. m. rmm ni raht. row tub wmt. 7.0" . m. - - 2. no p. m. 7.00 a. m, - - 1.15 p. m. Arrive fmm Rathmcl and Prwacottvllle 11.30 a m. Arrives from Punic Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays at S.oo p. m. Depart for rrescottvllln, Rnthmcl, Tanlc 2.30 p. m. oiw hours 7.00 a m. tn n.oop. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.30 p. m. Register offlro open from 7.00 a. m. tos.OO p. m. legnl Holldnv from 7.00 to A.Of) a. m. and from 12.00 tn 3 00 p. m. Office open Sunday fmm 9.01) a. m. to 10.00 a. m. J. W...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

JL 1 r. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC TICKS, CATTOHT FROM MANY WIRES. The New From Mtny Point t Bom nd Abroad. Th Bappentn of th Time In a Con denied Form. lllsaiiterai Accident und fatalities. Robert Bloodgood, who lived near Mnta wnn, N. J., died from blood-poisoning, ranscd by being scratched on the hand by a cat s week ago. He wns aged M. A freight train on the Erie railroad struck cow near Carrollton, X. Y. The engine and leven earn were derailed and ditched, and three train hands seriously cut and bruised. Tbe bridge across the Tennessee river at Florence, Tenn., fell In, precipitating a freight train TO feet into the water. The flrrman was killed and the engineer and two brakemen fnlallj hurt. A man, woman and two children were overtaken on a trestle bridge across the Desplalnes river at Klgin, III. The train sn running at a 40-mile an hour ruto The Imperiled people lay down outside the rail and hugged the ties. A ear struck the wo man and boy, killing the latter. The woman was swept in...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

7 t .in. EEP SEA SEALING. JW THIS INDUHTIIY IS CAIt I1IKD ON. On Iho Truck nl trio ftmt llerila Animal Murdered Wholc-salo Ulrica fur White Men ami flvcar ftir Indian. P the temporary agreement (or pro tect In 3 tllOMIlU (if Alaska, known as tho "modus vivnn- ii',V ill," wore nut ro- Sf ncwcu, inn wnoio - ..1 ! 1 11 - 1 - illinium iniTk iri sealers wnntil enter Itcrlng Hen in July 'nnil wIikj nut In Jt one season tint en- fjW. tiro l'rilrylov herd, (Icstroylnirthnscnl lnir industry in tlioo waters forever. To mnkt till understood, writes Iteno Cache In tli llo-tnn Transcript, It in only necessary to explain tlio ntoiilnhlii(X sel untitle Hi 1 rin of slaughter adopted liy tlin pelagic (tlint Ik, open sea) scalers. Sup pose tlml there were n single u,rent herd of one million valuable; fur-bcarlnir lnnwt.i which traveled I'ontimmlly over i kitu alinpcd track, many thousand of miles In circuit, on thu rcnt plains nf tint Went. Imagine tlint these, minimis de voted eljrht month in every ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 May 1892

FARM AM) CITY. THE DECLINE OK AGRICULTURE. 8ome Fact Olesncd from daily Intercourse with men of Experience. tKarniciV Friend unci (Irnnan Ailvixnti'l A rmtmiH)ry, wlin known from artiinl cjeprrlciirti trhcfiiif ho iifllriii, (llwoui- ww on tho nlmvo Hiihji'ct In t In Mlowltitf fiiMhton: "Tlimn Ib n Klvut drill mor talk ittmut tho 'rioollno nf ftjri'lciiltiiro' thnn th or cnxlon ohIIh fur. Truo It Ik tlmt iii lcnl ttiro Ih iliM'llnlnir In rortnln IimmvIKIck mi ller tho mm tnil of nyfl"ult urlnlH. "It In nlsii trim tlmt, If nurli'iiltnrlHt faroil iih well iih otlinr producer In tho IiiiiiiIm nf tin' tnuiNHirtntlnn i'iiiiinnli'H, coiihiiImhIoii iiicicIihiiIm. tiiximikrin mill ntliKrH they would tiiivn Ii'kk rvnuon to I'imiiiliilii then now. 'Hut to rlitltn tlmt mrrleiiltiiro uk n wliiilo Im nil tlio ilowiiwiii'il (fi-iulo Im the 'veriest hush.' "11cm iitii winio fiirtH li'iuii'il finiii dully liite'reoiiino with nii'ii of iimuy IhinI iii'hh In a (tri'iit idt.v." "I. Tim lient of tlin n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

mt ! a. , ft OLUME 1. HKYNOLDSVILLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1892. NUMBER 2. inters tlitttrous. p MITCHELL ATTOHN E Y-AT-LA W, llfflrn nn Wet Mtiln street. niiMmlte the ("otnmerelsl Hold, Hrynoltlsvlllo, Pn, jyn. D. E. HOOVER, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Resilient dentist. In liullilliiir lii'tir Mrtlin (Hit cliuti-li, nmiimltc A modi block, llentle ness In onerntlnii. 4)(lrU. JJOTEL Mi. 'ON NELL, REYNOLDSVILLE. PA. Fit A XK J. Jil.AcK, Vmpriitnr. The Ifiiiliiiff hotel nf Ihi-town. Ili-iiiliptnr-ters for nnmiii'H'liil turn. Hiriiin lirut, five 'bus, Imth iimiiiis mill 1'hwln on every Hour, siimitli nmnis, tiltlliirri room, telephone mn- IIHI'tlOIIM. Ac. JJOl'KLH KLN A I '. REYNOLDSVILLE. PA. GKEEX tf (VXSKH, 'in.WWoi. Wrst class In every luirtlrtilnr. I.oenieil In tlm very ii-iitre of 0h ItnshirHM p'H't of town. Kree 'tnlt to still from IrtiliiH iiimI ctmitniHllnll sample nmiit for ciiniiiieivliil triivelci-M. UUOOKVILLK, m'FFtxuro.x Lofi. '.v. OtntilbUH to iitid fi nt null tt-iiln. Kuit...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

A Woodbind Voire. Come out where the blnti are singing, lt (tie sunshine enter your heard Pi nd the first Honors a-liloonilng Forget life's darker psrt; Fort the just nml the future, Tush sorrow otit of sight; Todny jour only duty It to live and grow In the tight. Taste the plorlausjny of breathing This fresh woods-scented breeze! Iltin, laugh, nnd Join your singing To the whispering of the trees. Let every sense (We gladnes; Feel your bounding pulse keep time With the heart oftht throbbing forest, 1 be river's flowing rhyme. Today, toihiy is yours Its sunlight and its sbado, Its freedom on the ItilMop Its unli t In the shade. Conic out, romc out to nature,. And Join her In her pt'y. Within your heart her laughter Will ripple on, nlwayl .Mary T. Earle, in Iloston Transcript. An Optical Experiment. HV !F.O!lciK WAI.DO lllloWKB. Wlmt! bollcvo lii eyo transplanta tion ?'' I exclaimed, a tlio subject was broached to in by Dr. C'ullah.in, the well-known spcclillst of diseases nml Itiflnn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

I Wtra Trnrrllnt Whelhcfon ple.iatire hent. or btnlncss, take no every trip a brittle of Hym I o! Figs tt sots mwl pleaiantl? ami effoctlre. jr oa the " kldnera, liver nnl bowels, preventing fever, he1.cties nn I other fnnni of sltkni-as. For sale In Mcentsaal 1 bj-.t.es by all leaillng drugulats. We Iihvc nonntliiiltlis In thlscnitntry ex tfjit our Jnkn, 1'ii' k. , Thcmaanila of rases of female rilspase have been trratcil by Mn. ritikham, and r vvry fats rwonleil. Those ravinls are available to eiif. fcring a-otnrn.prlvata cori-iiinilrtice solicited, t.nvK Is hlltiil; but tlio liulnhlxirs arc not bllnil, l'U'k, 5 Pennies. Caa't bo Cared Py local appllratli.ti. an tlicy cannot reach the iHwai-,l purtlun ..f the car. Thrre I oolv ona way Uiciirv itvafm., aifl that Ik hy constitu. tlmial tt mc; Ira. Iimfnr.ai. c niiM.I lv an In. Panic.l coiiilltl.in of the inuroiia llnltiii of i,e Eustachian Tula-. When thla tube Beta In. Jsnieil you harp a rtimhlliiK iontM vt In.tier. fact .lirarlim,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

gTfrc -fr Star Aufoeripfi'm tl.'M ptr year, in udranee. An liiilrpenili'nt loenl nnprr, putilMicuevi'rjr Wi'ilmluy lit K'vnihlH'IIU, ,Mriron t'o., I'll., rtevolwl to th liiti'rmmuf Ki ynoMtvlllo nml JvtrtiiMni!Miiitr Non-imlMU'iil. will trvt nil with rulrmiHi, unit will lMHHHMliilly frMtil iy IowhiiI tli iHlmrlllif rlww. ftultwrlfitlon prlci'l.ftDpvryvnr.ln mlvunre. I'ommiinti'iitlnttn Intend for nuhlli-ntlim imit' Iw Bii'iimimnliMl liy lh wrfti-r'n nnnii-, tml for niihlli'iitlon, hut a ti mninintee of tf'IOfl ftlllll. Illll-rHlIni nWH Itt1l( Wlltl'ltlMl. Advertising noes mndn known on iippllm t!on nt tho office In Arnold' Ulix'k. hi'iiuhty rotmmin trillions mitl irhnnirv of dvertliM,menU nhotiUt rtmrh thin office by MomlHy noon. A'lil w nil cnmmmilontlnn to C. A. Hteph n"n, Keynnlrtnvllle, I'm. 1. A. KTKPIIKIV, Kdltor and hk WKDNKSDAY, MAY 1H, 1W2. for & 9tnir. BTATE HKNATE: J. CS. MITCHKLL, OF PERRY TOWNSHIP, Hiil'lei-t to the ni'tlon of thn Kepuldlrnnn of Intti'iKon county ut...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

L: ?Eft it Star Nttbtcription $l.oO prr ynir, in mhance. C A. MrKPIIKnON, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. 1892. F travelers' flttlb. lmMwnirfr trains srrlvs ht thn RnvnnldM- villi" mat Ion nit follow: Ettttrrnrd. H'esftwinf, TrnlnJ, - - A.M a. m. Train t, TOT, m. Truln I, - 1.00 p. m.lTrnln 1,-- I.M p. m, Train . - S-30 p. m.iTmtn 10, - - 9.QH p. m. k mtrioi,uvii.i,s nmr-orrus. Mi I In arrive n1 hare the pont-ntfloe a follow! Arrivt. I Drpart. nan th tnr. I vos ths ast. Mil p. m. - J T.no p. m.!.IO a. m. - It.) p. m. ' ranx w r. at. I row Tim wmr, 7.W a. m. - - z.oo p. m.'T.flf) a. m. - - I. is p. m. Arrlvm from Rathmxl and Prewottrlll 11.10 a m. Arrlrm from Pnnlri Turaday. Thursdays and HftlurilnyH nt t.V p. tn, Itoparts fur Vrnwottvlllo, Rathtnrl, Pnnlc 3 W P- m. onVw hmirx 7.00a. m. to .00 p. m. . Monijr nrdir ofllrn oprn from 7.00 n. m. tn 7.30 p. m. Kt-KlMer ofHee opvn from 7.00 . m. to 8.00 p. m. Ltticitl Holidays from 7.00 to ft.OO . m. Ktid (mm 12.00 to a.00 p. m. Office ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

LUTE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM MANY POINTS. Important HeW Item Beselted as We Qo to Pre. IHsastera. Aerldrntii nnit tntnllllrs. Mrs. Mary Carter. widow of Mountain Homo, Ark., is a rnving maniac. A blin k bear raided her cabin, killed two of her children and nte one of them before her eye. The four boilers of the Midland, Midi., Halt and Lumber Company mill blew up. Three men were Killed' and n number of (fieri injured. John Allen, F.ugenc Valk enburg and Dick Stears. aro the names of the killed. The bodies of two unidentified women, clasped in each other's arms, were found in Highgate pond, north of London. During the cyclone at Augusta, Kns., list Friday evening, 2-" houel were destroyed and two men fatally injured. Several people m the country were said to have been killed. Capital, Labor and lnrtnstrlnl, Hooven's rolling mill, at Norristown, I'a., which has been idle several months as a result of the pndillers refusing to accept a reduction from (I to (3:50 per ton, have re sumed o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. H rRAIMXO MILITARY NTflSM. In the icliuol for ilio training of military nnracs established by tlio l'l-inces Ilolicnlolie, tn Slrassburjr, tlio princess ahnrcs nllko with nil mnmbeis of llio class In everything (hoy mo calloil to do, from binding a broken Ifg to answering- tho teit question of t lio examining corps of physicians. The princess is a woman of sixty, of strong mures and oplen lid health, mi excellent shot, being especially fond of a boar hunt, nnd a Una horso woman. Boston Cultiva tor. A fixe. En's vack nocTOH. rnltl has a f.co doctor, a woman whose duty it to keep Pattl's fuco smooth and frco from wrinkles. Tlio face doctor linn a littlo curtained boudoir to which Puttl repairs, nnd wiih the full glnro of noonday upon lior tlio fnco docior looks for every ln Ciptont lino nnd possible blemish. This u immediately removed by mas ago, Rlcaml nf. or unguents n tlio occasion require. This woman studies Clio peculiarities of Paul's skin as n physician woul...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 May 1892

THE SUN WILL CKAHE. A TIME MU8T COME WHEN HEAT FROM THE BUN MUST CEASE. Mcaauriaf Man's Oaf aa Ciima Tfca Oml Ork mt Ughl mmI i.ira Mmy Im g, 000,000 tears, bat mt 10,000,000. Tha lltwraf f tha ftaa'a Maat. Jt serins to b worth whila 4o rollirt together what may be said tho su) Ject of tha duration of life ua tha rIuIni. It in noteworthy fact that tha tcmtA bllity of the continued exltt"e of the bnmun rare doprnds fumhunnntnlly opon the qncation of heat If iioat, or what in equivalent to hrut. Am nut last, then man cannot Inst, either. There la no shirking this plain truism. Of course it in obvious that the avail able heat generally cornea from the ran. 80 far ns the coal goo, we hnve already observed that on it I limited to quantity It can afford no perennial mpply. Doubtless there I in the earth some quantity of other material cnpablo of oxidation or of undergoing other chemi cal change, in the course of which and M an incident of such change heat in evolved. The amount of heat th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

n JDlitJMK 1. M-:YNOUNVIM,K, I'KNN'A., WKDMlfSPAY, MAY 115, 1W2. NIIMIIMK '.). , in r lIUcrlliiiu'i'it. jfl MITCHELL. ATTOUNKY-AT-LAW. I tlflll't' nil Vt'lt t Still hIII'I'I, iiijunlli I III' ...... .l..l II. .1.. I 11. ...... .Ill- III.. I'.. U. II. K. IIOOVKU. RKYNOLDKVILLK. PA. l..l,l..m il. niui In liullillnir neiir Metlm- i I'lmn'li, nl'l" bIH' Arniilil lilneli. Heinle- lit In niierultiiK. rt. II OTKL Md'ONNI'.I.L. UKVNol.nsVILLK. PA. FltAXKJ. IH.ACK, 'inii-whir. Thv leilillnu lintel nf llietimii. Ileiiiliiiiir-tt-i-n fur eiitmiietvliil nu n. ennui hint, flee 'lull. Imlll hanil mill i'IiM'Ih nil elirv limn. Mllliltl' llii, 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 I Imilll. lell plume eiill tieellell. Al'. J OTKL IIKI.N AP. REYNol.MKVII.LK. PA. ft H K K X if ( '( A N -' It. 'iniWi tor. rii-it i'Iiihs Ineieiy :ii'tli'iiliii'. I.neiiieil In tin' vim v eeiine tf III' hii-.lni"'-' purl if Iiimii. -'-l' Mill" tO llllll ftlllll I I Jllll llll'l lnlllllHHlilll-4 llllllle Mil IIIIH Fill I'llllltlU'I'i'lllI 1 ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM MANY POINTS. Important New Item Received a W Oo to Pre. Disaster. Arrlrlccls anil I ntallllee. At Marshal tiiln, Colo., Anthony Iters. Itindca misstep mill plunged let till bottom of the shaft In the I'nltui mine Ho was ter ribly crushed, ImviiiK "truck on bin head, ml livid but a nhort lime. Lightning struck the boil's nf W.F..Pnilc t liriitnii, Tel., nml klllol hin .Vycarolil daughter while she was aIccp. Mike Mirlii'l, while returning liinn' from Wnvetly, Iowa, during n heavy storm, drove team nil usmiill bridge mill was drown- nl. Ilingling tmthers' i itcu' train wa w reck nl near Atchison, Kan., mi l two person were killed. Nelson Pneknrd, Mart'n Wondwnrd mul an old fisherman ilium-1 PcinhnfT, wen1 drowned In tin- Itlne river lit Crete, Neb., Monday. PcimhnfT wa row itig in ri tlir rivcraiul hi isiat wast audit in the t urreut nnd carried over the i!am. 1'acknnl mul AVoodward were in n mill mi l jumped into n boat lii'lnw (lie ilam ami 'r.cd tn asit ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

s a r LAMES' DEPARTMENT I j iik bash iir.i.T. Tlio i.ih-bolt lnn elegant addition to tlio waist of llio itim woman, but wlmn It lucloict a clrcumforonce of twonty-flr or moro Indies It looi its fofwIiMtlon. Fashion hay a more inconsjdernto Imbit of suiting lior decreet exclusively lo slender flg-tircs, 4ut never lint ilie been more flagrantly rcganllcst of tlio requirement of tlio tout woman limn In tUi season of Uoslyiie. "SPOTS OK I.IHtlT. AVImt F.ilinuncl ICusscll call- pot of light" nro worn more than ever. They nro tolitnlro diamonds worn savory where a well a on tha finger j In tho hair, in bows, at the listening of a dross, fit the holt and even in shoulder knots. This give a starry twInUlo to tho fashionable P.riuameiil the more stars, tlio moro twinkle. It Is aniil that lurgo brilliants can bo vory successfully worn with a law genuine diamond nnd never 'found out. It l supposed tlmt they borrow enough rcllecied light to tleceivo tlio expert. Octroi! Frco IVcss. HOW TO l:rcO...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

' Star. Nulicriitinn ft. SO )trr jrar, in advance. An Independent IismiI tin per, pulillslird every Wcdnesdiiy lit lie) noliNvlllc, .Icttcrson t'o., I'R.. devoted III Ihi' Interests of Kcyiloldsvlllo and .IcfTcrsnticniiut v. Nnn-polltlciil, will treat hII with fiilrnivi, null will he csuccliillv friend ly towards tin- Intxirlliit chiss. Hulisc riptloii price l..ViMryciir,ln ndviiiice. Cnhllllllnlf III ions lltti'Mili'il fur litlhllciitloti must hi' iiiariiniiniili'il liy till writer's mime, not for iiiilitii'iittiin, Imf ns a piiiiriinti of good faith. Interesting news items solicited. Advertislitjr rules intuit1 known on applica tion lit theottice In Arnolds' HIiM'k. liiMitfhty ('ntuiiiuiiiciitloiis anil I'liiitnrn of ttdvc rllsctnciils should reach thin olllcn liy Monrlny noon. Addirss till communication to ('. A. Htcph onson. Kcvnoldsvlllf . I'n, !. A. MTKPIIKNNON, F.ilHor mini ub. WKDNKSOAY. MAY 2."). I!i2. for 5tntr iritittor. jpon STATE sknatk: .T. (. MITCHELL. OF IM'.HItY TOW...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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