ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Star, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 7,733 items from Star, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
7,733 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

'Hew Thermometer. A new thermometer for registering extreme heat Is composed of a liquid alloy of sodium and potassium, In stead of mercury. The bolllnir point of this alloy Is about 1,100 degrees above, and its freezing point 12 do greet below r.ero. Keeer Idle. 'A million pooplo oat of work soys Bowspnpor writing ol thons hnrJ times. Added to this misfortune nro the physics! lonrmltlns with whlah thousnnds hnre to txr. Hut thore I one thln thnt is Borer Mis i nlwitys it work, unecnslnirly In sonrch Of those thus dcterre,l, It lock to cure snoh nnd help them to (frimp n chance when It comes. This Is the mission of Bt. Jscahs OH. Among the million thero nre thousnnds SufWinij with nmirnlirln. For this it Is ft posltlro euro. Ve It nnd thcro will bo n thousand sufferers low nnd n thousand oniinc more to gri work nnd hold It. Hot ter times mnv come toon, nnd there In noth ing like the greit remmly for psln to help Jrou out of painful troubles nn I into plncu agnin. Mrs. Wln.lnw's Pnot...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

HER EYES WERE HLUE THE PRETTY MISS WHO WAS NOT SO SIMPLE AS SHE LOOKED. Ifow Xi-lllr Krntt, tlio Notorious Mioplifler, Wnn fvteetori nmt Rent to Ring Ring A Quirt Way of Taking Thlrvri Into Camp ;iiilriynl In n lllK More. Tlio oi'vr i Inlfl In rmonf Now Vorlt'n luiK" np town dry (roods storm. It 1 tho lionr of tho rrnnli. Crowds of linrKnin limiting women unrgn np nnd down the loiif., Kt iflitiff nlslfs. Tho cry of thofwleg propl", tho rlmtrcr of tho mull fflrln, the noiso of Bcnfllinrj, hnrryitiR foot, tho limn f if conversation, rising to insist rip on 1'.'i:;;;iins hero mid thoro all ininxlo in a cnnfnscil, nnlnlnod ronr. At 0110 of tho bn.-iost ronntcrx, whwo ntv pili-d tii-rli rich mid costly luces, holding their own n;;:iinst tho cltmw iiv., irritntcd, feverish, oomclessly mov in;r Hivonjr, inv n pfir of fnsliioimlily div:-cd women. Unfit pirhnjis wenr dia monds lint lliiy nro not ronspicnonsly ilisoliived. They nro fiiiet of demeanor. Notliin;' hy look or notion would sepa ra...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

Ww VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKR 31, 1891. NUMBER 23. Children's Reefer Suits Long Pants Suits FOK $3.50 Children's SUITS FOR B.CX). Boys' Knee Pants Suits with extra pair pants $3.00. Boys' Knoc Pants SUITS FOR $1.00. Mens' All-wool SUITS for $6.50. Menu1 Good Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens' Good Black Suits for Dress $10.00. Remember we have one of the Finest CUTTERS in our Merchant Tailor Depart ment. Suits for 820.00 and up. m or Blue Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS Ajsnr - size - on - styli i Single Breasted Sack Suits, sizes from 33 to 48, Blue or Black. Cutaway Frock Suits, Blue or Black. Regent Cutaway Suits, full long style. "We buy all our suits from the finest manufactory of men's suits and if you find any of our clothing to rip we ask you to bring the suit back and we give you a new suit. Match Us If You Can. BRLL, TIlP ONI V Glotfiler. flatter MIC UNb and Furnlsner. Mens' Prince - Albert SUITS FOK $15.00. G. A. R. Suit, the Best in the world, fo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

EASTERN WAR NEWS. JAPANESE VENGANCE Fa la TJpon Rebellious Tonghaha In Korea-130 Insurgent Killed. It I roported that Iho Tonghak are causing much troublo to the Japanese In Korea, especially In Conshan, Chunchow and Cbola. The Tonghnka are said to be depos ed to march upon Seoul. Rome Korean troop and Japanese gendarme were gent to quell the disturbance caused by Hie Tong hak, and, according to a leport from a .Inpan.-se source, the ringleader and 01 rebel! were captured and one of the leader and 130 rebel were killed In a conflict which took place October 6. Dispatches from Wl-Ju give additional de tail ol a battle (ought between the Chinese and Japanese across the Yalu river, (leneral Nodr.u, the Japanese chlel of tnfT, snccecdcd in gelling the main body ot Jnpnneee across the Ynlu river without mishap, before day light on Thursday. Then Colonel Unto wan sent forward to the head ot a flying column on a reconnolterlng expedition and he din covered the enemy occupying a fortillcd p...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

BOWSKR'S BEGGAR. Result of an Argument With His Better Half. His Little Lesson In Philanthropy Ends In Disaster. Bowser, nrcn't you feeling well?" queried Mrs, Bowser the other even ing ns lie enmo bomo from the office looking very sol cr anil a trifle pale trouud the month. He waited until he hud hung tip his list and overcoat and removed his rub bers and wiped his nose, and then re plied : "They wero dragging for his body in the rivor as I came along." "Whose body?" "A poor and discouraged man's. Ho was out of work and hungry and cold. Ho folt that he could not livo longer. As ho stood on the wharf ready to take the plunge he cried out that ho had even been refused a crust of bread, aud asked heaven to forgive the heartless woman." "That was sad." "Aud who was that heartless woman?" demanded Mr. Bowser as he looked down upon her with Btern, act face. "Why, how do I know?" "I believe it was you. That's just yonr way. If a man comes to the door and says he's hungry and discouraged a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

Tltc Star. Sulwriiitiim $l.M )rr ynir, in inivimr. V, A. KTI.I'IIHKHO'V, l:ntr nnil I'nh, v7i i n kh i ay, chItoh loiriTiTTHitir An tmli'iHuiilt'iit limil pitHr, pnMMtril nvrry Wt'tlnpntliiy t Hynill'vlUi, .l1TirHin Co. 1a., ili'viili'H to On. ltitt'rttN of KcynoliNvlllii ann .li'lTiTMoiii-oiiiity. Nmi-Mlhlrnl. will treat, nil with fuli'iiM, ami will iHMiMH'Inlljr frh'ml If towiirilM lilt hilNirlnv rliim. HilliMrtitliin rlrrl..'VIM'r vr-nr, In advalifl. (Nininuiiili'iittonn Init'nilctl for loilihi'nl Ion ItiuM Im nrcomimnli'il by tlm wrrinr'n nitnii', not for imlillriuloti, hut a it nuiirniiti-i' of flood fill III. InlnrfNtlnir niw llrm nnllrlti'il. Ailvrrllilnir riitim iiiihIm known on Htpllrit tlon lit thv ofllrii In ArrmlilV lllm'lc. jinKliiy f'oimntinlt'iilloim itntl rhuiiKn of itilviM'tlHoini'ttiH hIioiiIiI roiii'li IIiIh ollli'ii liy Monthly niHin. A lil i ! nil Poiiiiniiiili'ittlouii to '. A. Hti'Uli enon. liVyiioMtvllli. I'll. Knt'r'l nt the iMMlottlci. nt HrynolilHvlltii, T...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

fflie fr Star 8ubcri)tion fl.RO )T ;ir, in nifrtinr. !. A. ft'l-KPIIKNlMl Kclltor and IMih. Wednesday, octoher ni, m. ttddtUt' PlUtbf. Pnsienirer trnlns arrive nml lrnve Hrjrn olilnvlllu n follows: Allfqhrntl Vallry llaihrnu. F.nntwn'ril. Westwnrd. Trains, - 44 a. m.lTrnln , - -7 4iin. tn. Train I, - - I.ii0)i. m. Train J, 1.42 p.m. Train 8, - (l.!W p. m.lTrnln 10, - B.4A p. ni. Clearfield tf Mahoning HniUray. Train No. TO, lcnves nt 7. in n. m. Train Nil. 71, arrives at M p. III. RKYNoi.nsvii.i.s posT-orrics. 1 Mnlm arrive nml li'iive mo post-timeo ns rollow: Arrive. Uennrt. rmM tub wrsT. rim rn r apt. I.lfl p. m. - 7.0D p. rn.ll2.Xl p. m - - (I V p. m. mo tub t. ron ths wrsT. I.nn n. m. - i.m p. m. 17.1.1 . m. - I. in p. m. Arrive fmiH Itulltnu.l Mini Preaeott villi! II. an n. m. Arrives from rnnle TticMlnys, Thurdny mill Piitiirtlny nt S ' p. m. lli'imrm fur l'r"Hiil tvlllo, Itiillimi'l, I'nnlr. .on p. m. offlrn hour Ton n. m. toa on p. m. Money nriler office oien fmni 7.00 n. m....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

The Mltlo Wlillo Ono. "My kilties!"' unit tlin woe nvld pressed Thoir fur agnlnst lirr eheox ".See, thin ono Is ns black ax Jtt. And thin light-grnv ' prettier yt Tl'lits has a snow-spot on III breast. Ami llils, a lnilcil streak. "This one In blnck-nml-bulT Is dressed, Hut (I," she snlil, nnd sighed, While great slw tears begun to full, "Tim duo t loved the best of all, Tlu dearest nnd I he prettiest, The little white one -died !" Ah, from how ninny n eherlsheit nest Of hnmiin hopes nml plau, Ambitions, frlemlhlis, loves, delights, The ilenresl droniiis of ilnvs nml nights, The brightest nnd the preelonsst t)f woman's life or man's. mie wnb hlng soul has mlsseil Urn best, M mo grieving heart tins nrleil Over nml over, sore bereft. Ami enrele of the hleslng left, 'All me I Fnto snatched the loveliest I The little white one illcd!" Eu.ahktii Akkhs, in Vouth's Companion. A MASCULINE WOMAN, I hnto Hint woiimii," snid Captain Millet. "Boasting of her prowess with whip ami onr, ami foiul...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

I "fto inanre in lhit rroreasltin. Mr. Sliolllclts was very angry. Eonie one had broken his favorite meerschaum, and replaced it In Its case, lie questioned his wife and the servants about It, but they alike professed to be unaware that It had happened. l'resently his only son came In. "George," said his excited parent, "do you know anything about hit broken pipe?" f aiher, sobbed the lad, "I cannot tell a lie. Forgive mo, fntlier! It was I who did It 1 cannot tsll a lie. Forgive me, father! It wm I who did It. I cannot tell a He! Mr. Sholllcks patted the boy's head, In Intimation that the o (Tense was forgiven, and then rushed from the house to melt Into an agony of tears. Hut It was not the shattering of Ms meerschaum that distressed him now. Ho had quite forgotten It. A worse thing had befallen him. "Heaven help me!" he moaned. Ever since my son was born It has been my ambition, my dearest wish, to rear him for my own profession; and now and now! Oh, It Is a cruol blow!" For M. S...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 October 1894

ON MOUNTAIN TOP. GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF THE VIEW FROM LONG'S PEAK. A l.andiwa No Painter Caa Tnt X'pnn CtntM, Ko Word Folly ExprM Trrm tiling With Frnr nt 1ho fttnpmdnna Rrine Annit Ilrlilnon' Card. All lovers of innnntnln rrenrry Iiat iiiK n few days' timo nt tlinir iltNptwnl immt iniiko n flylitK tiip to Kxtvn pnrk, tlio most bcnutiful unit inviting of nil Colorado park, luit not tlio lurKcst. It In only nix miles wide by ten milcn Ioiir, through which run ocvcral Jtronma, filled With "Kpeckled liciintied," ro much ought for liy skilled miKler. At tlio Honlli end of the piirk rin-n Lon'n pt'tik in nil its niiijci-ly nnd irritwlrnr, with n cut incl on cither ride nenrly rqrml its height. The nltitudo of tlio park is 7,000 feet. Wo leave onr wheel a nt the hotel nnd drivo tip to Lamb's ranch, whero wo upend tho night nt nn elevation of 10, 0O0 feet. At nnrio tho next morning, litnnnt ed on horstluek, with nn exicviciicod Rniilo in tho lend, wo rido up to timber line, whevo we picket...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

7V av vyiy a VOLUME 3. REYXOLDSYILLE, TENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOYEMDEU 7, UWI. NUMBEIi 20. Children's Reefer Suits BOYS' bono Pants Suits FOR I'OH Mens' Good Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens' Good Black Suits for Dress $10.00. Remember we have one of the Finest GUTTERS in our Merchant Tailor Depart ment. Suits for 20.00 and up. Make a Our Fall Base - Hit and come to Dell's ! S3-5o J... I Mens' All-wool 7 Black or $6.50. Overcoats are coming daily. OO ME IN! Where? TO THE "B66 Hive" store, WHERE L. J. McEntire, & Co., The Groceryman, deals in all kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods, Green Goods Tobacco and Cigars, Flour and Feed, Baled Hay and Straw. Fresh goods always on hand. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. A Bhare of your patronage is respectfully solicited. Very truly yours, Lawrence J. McEntire & Co., Th Grocerymen. Children's SUITS FOR Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS ATY - SIZE - OH - STYLE ! Single Hreasted Sack Suits, sizes from 33 to 48, Blue or Black. Cutaway ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

t LATEST NEWS SUMMARIZED FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. WTaat la Transpiring ths World Over. Important Event Briefly Told. mn AcciniXTS, atlitik, ito, A Are of unknown origin damaged the shoe factory of John Mundoll k Co., In Philadel phia, 130,000, Insured. CATlTAti A"D tAIIOB. In Jamestown, N. Y., every factory Is running full and many (ire rnnnlng over, time. WAsniXOTOS. James r. Wilnon has been appointed post master at Washington, I. C. The United Mates Court of Claims ren dered Judgments In favor of 198 letter ear ners for time pervert In excess of eight hours adny. Out of the whole number of cases de cided 100 came from Chicago, 04 came from New York nnd 4 from Frederick, Md, HISCILLAgXOCS. Cholera Is killing hogs by the thousand near Champaign, III. Paelfln coast people are contributing liber ally to the Japanese war fund. The customs officials at Taeoma have de tained a cargo of lead destined for Japan, fearing it may be contraband of war. The New York police prevented Herr Most from...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

.BOGUS COWH1L MaJoof Molasson, Ryo Flour mid Other Ingredients. now tho Counterfeit Bean is Manufactured for tho Market. Tim adulteration of food In thosn tltys of keen competition ami clirnp production linn givnii tints to a poctt lmr industry, which, iu spite of its claim of legitimacy, is enshrouded with noorly as much mystery as tin) Work of tlio alchemist in tho dark Duos, ays tho I'hilmtolphia Imptircr. Tho now industry fa tho manufac ture) of cuflVio compound or artillrin Cofl'oo. Tho "compound" in manufactured in tho nlmpo of cofl'eo Wans, tumlo to iniitnto as closely a possible tho nut 11 ml article. It In sold to wholesale dealers and in mixed with tho common er grades of coffee. Tlio bonus enffen is sold at about one-third tho price of tho linturnl product, and thin allows n 1,1,. h.in .... . II 1 1 ll. .... pound" in mixed with tho genuine ar ticle. Molasses, ryo (lour, chickory and othor ingredients outer into tho composition or tho bonus cofToo, mid it is claimed thnt ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

Huhtrriplinn tt.RO w.r iir, in ailranre. V. A. ft-r7-:llli;IMI, Fdll.ir mid I'lih. WKDNKSDAY, NOVKMIU'.U 7. 1HU4. An Inili'iH'iiih'Mt liiral puppr, inihlMit'ilnvpry Weiln.'ailuv nl ItitytmlilMVllln, .li'trirmin I'd. I'll., ili-vnti'tl In I ho Ititi'irilH n( i'jrnililvlMi ami . If tTrrHnn enmity. Nnn-Hillili'l, wtll treat nil with fiilm1. iiml will In-cHiii'i'laHy frlt'tiil ly towartl tin lulMirliiK Huh. Fnli'rlptliM prtrrt.!VIwryrar,ln ailvatiri. rummiinlrnilnim Intmiflfil for titttiMi'atton mint Itn ni'rnnipnnli'il by tlm writer' tianin, not fur piihlli'iitlon, lint nn a vunriinti nf gnnil fulth. liitiTftlnff mm IIi'hih wilh'lli'fl. AilviTttilttir rn matin kmiwn on itpplli'ii tlon at 1lii' ottli'i In ArnnlilV Itliirk. Lomrhty rntiitnuiilratlmm nml rhnngn nf atlvprttn'mnitlM mIimiiIiI riMirh tills iitllca liy ftlnmlay mxtn. Aililr-i nil iNimmiinlfntliiii to 0. A. Hfi-ph enmt, Ui'vtmltNvUlt1. I'll. KiiIitkiV nl Kin iKwdilllrn nt Kpyniililavlllii, Pa., nn nirontl elami mnll matter. Di...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

i Subscription $1.60 per jrnr, in advance. V. A. HTKPIIKNNOn, Kalllnr mid I'llb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1H94. er motUta' OTnlb. Paspffnr trnlns arrtva Htiri Initvn llivn. Oldsvlllti H follows: Allegheny Valley ltaihray. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 0.44 . m.lTrnln A, - -7 4iln.nl Trnln I, - - I no p. m. Train 2,- -142p.nl Trnln , A7 p. m.lTrnln 10, - S.4S p. to Clearfield tt Mahoning Uailwag. Trnln No. Tt), Icnve nt ?.I0 n. m. Train No. 71, arrives nt 7.M p. in. RKTmiMMvii.i.t rosT-orric. Malls nrrlre nnd leave Die poM-olTlco a iillliwn; Arrive. Depart. mouths w fist, ton vim kabt. MS p. m. - 7.00 p. m. (12.30 p. m - - s.jn p. m rniin th fast. roa rim mrnr. .no . m. - - 2.00 p. m.lMfl n. m. - - Mil p. m. Arrives from Katlimnt nnd Presi-oUvUle H.an. m. Arrives from Pnnfn Tunsdnys, Tliurdnys em niimyn n .(Wr p. m. Departs for l'rewott vtllo, Iinthmol, Panic 8.00 p. ni. Omen hnnr 7.00 n. m. InR.oop. m. Money order cilice open from 7.00 n. m. to T.aop. m. Heglsler offleo open fnim 7....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

When Ho I (JntiP. VTIion h" Is gnn, how dark thn night 1 Nor dons tlio ilny soem very bright, When he Is gone. Th" lilids ili) not pause on thn win? And 'round thn old porch doorway cling, Their sweetest annus of Joy to ting, Whnn hn Is gonn. Thn rnrs do not seem ns swnnt, Bonit'hnw. as when wo used to moot, . lint ho is gone. At evening as I sit nml gozn Into th heavens with stars ablaze, I only tlilnlc of other days, Now In" Is gono. Tim world at largo seoms fnr loss guy, Tin; kitten, nvon, will not ilny, When tin Is Ronn. Within my hnnrt tlmro Is no song, But smlili'st thoughts thn hours prolong, oh scnm to mn ns ennt'rles long, When hn Is gono. I wonder If hn thinks of mo Today, wherever hn niny hn, For hn Is gone. I womlnr shnll I om my nves Home morning, nnd with (rind surprise Toll him how soon my poor hnnrt dins, Whnn lin Is gone? Thomas F, Tobteb, lu Boston (llolxi. Canon of tho White Horse III B, I, KETCHt'M. "This canon ought to havo ft his tory, Pablo," I said to tho gui...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

The Contrntlrius hip. The compressed Hp beloved by the novelist l a sign of weakness rather than strength. The strong man has every feature, every physical attri bute under control. Assured ot his men's obedience, the cuuiriinndliiR o nicer docs not hnbttually keep his lip muscles In a state of tension. Look at the sea captain, the must ah. solute monarch on earth He carries authority and power In his face, but It resides In his eye and the confident assurance of his easily set mouth. Every spar, shaft, and muscle In his float I or realm must obey him, and he knows It. This Is probably a reason why the sea captains and the engine drivers tthnw a certain simi larity of typo. The engine driver can make bis captive giant, strong as ten thousand men, obey the pressure of his linger. Ills Hps are usually calm, like those of the statues of the wleldcr of thunderbolts on Olympus, Who ever saw a man commanding a man-of-war or driving a locomotive with the contentious Hp of a school usher? M...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 November 1894

THE FOOD OF THE FUTURE. Not I'nl'krly Thnt It Slr All lie Matte hy Chi-nili-ril rrnrrRnrs. "Do yon nwnn to jirodict thut nil onr milk, nn'nt nnil Amir will In the lntuiM 1h ninilo in fmituriin?" "Why not, if it proves cheaper and tctt(T to mnko tlio stunn nintcrlnls thnn to urovr tlimi? Thu first atopa, and you kiitiw that it U nhv.i.va tlio first utt'P that costs, hnvo nlreiiiiy been tukcii. It Ih immy Jim, Jcui imixt rriiitmilwr, liinixi I fli'Kt muvoikIimI in mnkiiiR fnt li root from its elcnumls. I do not ty thnt wo chilli ivo yon nrtiflrinlbct'Mi'iikH at oiico, nor lo I cay thrit wo slmll ever pivo yon tlio tiii-fyfi'iik ns wo now obtain Biul cook it. Wo Minll ivo yon the sanif identical fiuiil, howcvor, -lit niiriil ly, iliKONtivcly and nuliitivily HponkiiiK It form will dilTcr, liccnnse it will probably l n tabl. t. Hut it will bo a tnbb t of nny color and kIuiiio Hint is do aired, mid will, 1 think, entirely satisfy the rtiiriire:in Heni'S of the fulnre, fur yon must remembe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

r VOLUME 3. KKYXOLDSVILLE, PEXN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEU It, 1551)4. NUMBER 27. Children's BOYS' Children's Reefer Suits kona Pants Suits SUjTS l'OK roil $3.50 Mens All-wool -:;; Black $6.50. Mens' Good Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens' Good Black Suits for Dress . $10.00. Remember we have one of the Finent GUTTERS in our Merchant Tailor Depart ment. Suits for 20.00 and up. MaKe a Our Fall Base - Hit and come to 's . SIV COME IN! Where? TO THE "Bee Hive" store, WHERE L. J. McEntire, & Co., The Groceryman, deals in all kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods, Green Goods Tobacoo and Cigars, Flour and Feed, Baled Hay and Straw. Fresh goods always on hand. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. A share of your patronage ia respectfully solicited. Very truly yours, Lawrence J. Mc&ntlre & Go., Tfa Groccrymcn. Overcoats FOR V K IIP I JJILLO Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS .ANY - SIZK - OH - STYLE ! Single Breasted Sack Suits, sizes from 33 to 48, Blue or Black. Cutaway Frock Sui...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

STATE LECTIONS EXCITING CAMPAIGN ENDED IT WAN A WELL FOVfillT BATTLE OX ALL SIDES. HILL DEFEATED IN NEW YORK RANDALL'S DISTRICT REPUBLICAN Tho Lowest Vote Ever Before Pollod In Several States. - - According to thn table of rcsnlts of the election, Ills shown Hint tho I'oniocrnts will Imvo a mnjiirlty of delegation Hi twelve Klntra: Ilif llopublh tins lu 2; tho populists In 8, nud In ono do party has a majority. Ju tbo present houso llioru am !il licmocrnts, l'Jfl Heptit.llouns mill l:i Populists, i'ho Iomoernts have a majority of tin- delegation Of 2t Hi II til, till' llopill'llonUS of la, tho 1'opiiltntH of H, anil no pnrty a mnjority of ono. Tho ltcpiibllciiu gain on tliu basis of those figure Is H4. Not slnco war time hnvo the Republicans Swept the eastern etntcs as they illil nt the polls Tuesday. Tho size ol tho victory grows a fullor returns eonio In. In no stnto nmt In no city have tho i lomoernt Loon nblo to ehei'k tlio stumpcdo of votora to tho itopub llcun stondard-hcnrcrs...

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