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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

. Nuhncri)tinn $I.SO prr jrnr, in ndranre. V. A. HTF.PIIKNSO!"!, Kdltor and Pnb. VKDNHsi)AY, AUGUST 3, 1892. ffiti mMti. I'sssroapr tnilnn arrive nt tlw Keynolils vllln HlBllon follows! EfMtiranl. HVjthnirrl. 1 Train , - - B.M n tn.lTriiln 8,- - 7.31. m. Train I, - - imp. tn. Train 1. - - 1.42 p.m. Train 8. - - B.tffl p. m.lTrnln 10, - - 9.0S p. m. nr.rnoi.imvii.i.r rosT-orruni. Mnllsnrrlvennt! mid leave thi poMt-ofllee nn fdllllWHS f ' Arritr. Ikpftrt. rnim Tim wp.KT. roR tiir hast. I. M p. m. - ?.( p. m.lil.io a. m. - - 12.) p. m. . nniM Tim hart. ron TIIR r.HT. 7.00 a. ni. - - t.m p. m.7.nn a, ni. - - Hit p. tn. Arrive from Kiithnwl unci I'rvwott villi II. mn. m. Arrive fnim I'nnle TiiiMMlnys, Ttmnliiyn nnd Hntiuilnys nt 2.:i p. in. Hi-purls fur 1'r.vwottvlllc, Hutlinicl, I'linli .m p. m. (mv hour 7.00 n. m. toA.on p. ni. mi . ..!... ..tn "rtn.. nt ... 7.p. m. IteKlnter nmVn o4n from 7.i i. ni. to K.l n. m. I'Kiil Holldnvs from 7.00 tnS.nn n. m. nml f nun 12.00 to a.lin p. m. t)I...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

n Patlrnt with the Living. Bweet friend, when thou and I art gout lloyond e artb'a weary labor, When small shall be our need of (trace Krom comrade or from neighbor; ruri all the strife, tho loll, the ore, And iloue with nil the alghlna; What tender truth shall we bavo gained, Altai by tI in 11 ilylngT Then Dpi too clmry of (lie praise Will tell our inrritn over. And eyra loo awift our fault to too Khali ilo defect (Uncover; Then hand that would nut lift a aloud When si on el were thick to cumber Our ateep hill path will trailer (lower r A hove our pillowed similiter. Bweet frlrml, prrrhaius hotti you and I, Ere iiivc la past forgiving, tShmild take the earnest leMon homo He patient with the llvlngl Today's repressed rebuke may sava Our blinding liars tomorrow; Tin-it patience r'i'ii when keetict edc Jfay whet a iininrlesi aurrow. 'Tla e;iy In he gentle when lleath slleniT shnmca our clamor, And easy todlsccrn the best Through meuiory'a mystic glamour; But wise It were for thee and ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

A DETROIT MIBAOLE. Y cukat Tnn mni for Canadian MtUH l, HCIH(t. fABTICCLAKB Ot ONI OP TBS MOST aaUe Altl. COS ON HinonO DSSCRIBtD BT TBI DBTROIT SBWS A STOUT WOMB A CABirVL rsnusAU (Detroit New.) The fnllowln- psraeraph, wtaloh snnaarasl In Ui New short time aao, furnishes! tha bunt of this Information ram that w an wonderfully remrluitle that It iteraanifol further eplntlon. It la of ii(tlnlmt Im rortanee to the News' reailar to report It to them full. It wna an lmortnt than that It attracted consMernhla attention at tha tlmt. Tha following It tha paragraph in question: T. B. Nortliron, for 4S Tr one of tha hat known merehanta on Woodward ara titie, who km iinoeil to ba rtvin lt prlnu of locomotor ataxia, or rraopliiAj paralyirla, haa aeeiired a new lea of Ufa ami returned to work at hia store. Tha illamaa has always lieen enppoael to ha luetirable, tut Mr. Nnrtiirop'a oomlltlnn la BTentlr lm riron', and it tank now a If tha gravs W( uld lie cheated of Its prer." Wnoe that time Mr....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

"STILX'TOEXfLDIlED. THE LARGE8T VOLCANO IN ALASKA DEFIES APPROACH. Mt7 Attempt Mmr ncn Mda tm ItMh th Glunt, bat 11 Lira Ho fur North That tha Abacnna of VUon II mm Raadarcd It Irc-nlMii. Tlie grandwt momitnln of North America hiM not yet been visited by ex plorer. It ta'an active volcano called Wran gell, located in the interior of Alaska, and it frost wreathed dome forms pre anmably tho apex of the continent. Mount Wrangnll lies alwut 200 miles north of the celebrated Mount St. Elias and is in the center of a region en shrouded in mystery. Gigantic tnonn tain ranges rise like terraces cne upon the other, guarding in their midst this snowy monster of the north. About forty years ago a party of Rus sian explorers on the Capper river, of Alaska, first sighted the peak away to the northeast, and being duly impressed with its majesty conferred upon it the title of their honored governor, Baron Wrangcll. They made no at tempt, however, to reach the mountain, it being in the country of h...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

VOLUME 1. REYNOLDSV1LLK, l'KNN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10,1892. NUMBER 14. Uttecrlttiuroit. Q MITCHELL, ATTOUN E Y-AT-LA W. OnVe on Wont Miiln ptrcrt, opnoltc 1 ('ommerrlnl Hotel, HcynoliNvlllo, Ph. D n. B. E. HOOVER, REYNOLDSV1LLE, PA. Hcsldrlit dentist. In Imllcllitir near Mi'tho dlHt rhurt'li, opposite Arnold hlork. Heiitle ni'KK In opcrntlnK. iOotrle. jjotel McDonnell, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Fit A XK J. ' II LACK, Pvopriifnr. The Iradltin hotel of tlie town. 1l-iliiiir-tcrs for rnnifm'irliil mi'ii. fK'iim hi'iit, free 'hits, Imtlt rooms mid cIomi'Im on every fliMir, sample rooms, lillllittd room, telephone con nections, Ac. JJOTEL HELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. UHEEXit- CUXXEIt, Pmpmlor. Hirst. elms In every pnrttculiir. Located In the very centre nf 1 lit IiiIihmh part of town. Free 'him to mid from trnlim mid eointnodloiiM Miimpleroonm fori'ommrrt'iul traveler. ERIC AN HOTEL. HROOKVILLE, PA. huvtixorox f- l.oxu. r i OmnlbiH to mid from nil trains. Etiroiietin tvNtuiiriinl. Hoiihc heiite...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

' After All. flrle f l MronR, but Joy Is stronger; JJl'lil Is lonir, but day Is longer; When life's rlddlo selves and clears, Anil the ntiiri'U in our cars Whimper tliu sweet answer low (Answer full of love nml Messing), Jliw our wonderment will ((row, .And the blindness of our itiiessiug All the hard tiling wo recall 31adv so easy, after all. Earth If sweet, hut heaven Is swector; Ive fiiuiplete, I. ut filth compilers lese . 1, 1 1 our wandering ways, TlmiiiKli ilnrk nights and weary days, St'iiul tho nngi ls with bright eyes, And the. shadow of the cross Vniln upon and sanctities All our pnins ami all our !os, Thnuuh we stumble, though we fall, Cud is helping, after all. ?l''h, then, ootil. but shg In sighing, To I he liapp'er things replying: Pry Iho tcurs that dim thy itIu, Give iilad tlmiitfhti! for life and being; Tune In but the little entry To eternity's lnr'e dwelling, 1ul the heavenly guards keep sentry, I'rjjini!, guiding, half com pi lllng; Til , the pnzsitiiu way 1 1 1 ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

PROGRESS OFJHE STRIKE, RIOTINO AT DUCHESNE, PA. Militia asnt to the Sons and Order Restored. The Homsstaad Mill Running Nearly Full. There were riotous scenes nt i")ivtiPn Thursday mnrnlnR when about .tojof tee. old bunds attempted to enter the t'nrncuie steel plant to make repairs nii'l got thnt mill In readiness for operutioti on Monday. Tho strikers, nssisted hy a body of Homestead men, prevented them etiterlnc the (rates, and as the dozen deputy sheriffs on duty there conld not handle the crowd, six companies of the Sixteenth Keeiment were sent up from Honiestcid and all Is peaceful at Du quesne now. It was reported Wednesday nlitht that an attempt would be made to "start the Dti quene mill yesterday, and as tho Home stead men fenred a lircnk there, n number went hp to assist the Duonesno strikers in preventing a stnmpelo. Nearly all the Du quesne men took the places of former atrikers and they look upon each other with fei linjrs of distrust. Thev quit work nn willinply and thi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

STItc Star Sulmeriptinn $t.M per year, in advance. An Imli'iwndi'tit lix-nl nnncr, puMUhwl eviTjr WiflniMiiliiy nt Ki'Vnolnxvllli'. .IctTrrwin t'o., ilrviiinl to llu tnli'rpKtn of KrvnitlifevHU' Mia .IffTrnmn roiinty. Non-polltlriil. will t re-Hi till with fnlrnfn, find will 1h i'tolilly friend ly tottitl-ris tin' liittorlnK iIiim. HiilHM'Hptlon !i'l'efl.:V)tMryfnr,lii nflvniirp. ('ommiinli'ntlxna liiit'iiilvd for piihllrntlon mut be iHN-ontpiinU'd by the writer' mime, not for rmhltniilnn, hut nn ft giinrnnti'e of jiood fnllli. 1 mere! Inn nrw Item willelted. Advertialntr rule mnde known on iipillin tlon nt the ottVe In Arnold?' lllock. Lentflity ronimiinlriitlon mid elmniro of dvertlJM'mentn nlmuld renrh till. ofhYe by Mondny noon. Addre nil rommunlriillonn to C. A. pteph nfton, ItevnoUNvllle, Vn. Kntered nt the poMolflre nt Heynoldvllle, Vn.. an nt'cond elns mnll mntter. C. A. HTKPIIKNKON, Kdltor nilri Pub. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1M2. Jlmtouncrmmt. JH)R STATE 8KXATK, .T. U. GILLESP...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

9 ) SEItc Stan Sntmrriplirm tl.HO jwr jrar, in ntfroncr, '. A. HTWMIK1MSON, Kdltor and Vnh WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 18112. . Piowenirer trnln arrive lit tho Koynolila- Vllltt Htatlon ns follow: .Knrtirnrd. HVwfMvml. TrnlnH, - - m.lTrnln (1, 7.20 s. m Trnln I, - - 1.0O p. m. Triiln 2.- 1.42 p. m Tniln a. - V p. m.lTrnln 10, - P.nx p, m, nr.YKdi.twvif.i.t prmT-orrica. Mnll arrive nnd snd leave the port-nfflrea renown: Arrirr. lkpart. mom tiik wkst. ron rns ast. t.W p. m. - - 7.0ft p. m.lMO s. m. - - I2.sm p. m. rows rnr. fast. ron tiis wkst. 7,00 n. m. - - 2.m p. m. 17.00 n, m. - - l.lft p, m. Arrives from Knthmel and I'resrnHvllle ILSftn. m. Arrive from Pnnlr Tuesdays, Thurdny Aiirl Hiiturrlityft nt 2.110 p. m. Deports for PrewoHvllli", Bftlhmrl, Pimlo 8.00 p. m. DffliM' houm 7.00 n. m. tos.OOp. m. . Money onler oftVo open from 7.00n. m. to I 7.H0p. m. Kt'KlHter ofhVs open from 7.00 a.m. to x.on p. m. liOifnl Holiday from 7.00 to 8.00 a, m. and Itom 12.00 to H.m n. m. Offlep open Sunday...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS . FROM MANY POINTS. Important News Items Received aa W So to Press. IHsaaier. Accident anil latnlltle. Fire nt 4 o'clock yrstordny morning ln Wtroycd the residence of Frederick Smith, nf Windsor, Ont, In their effort to escnie, Mr. and Mm. Smith, their sistcr-ln-lnw.Mr. E. F. Smith, were seriously, If not fatally burned, mid Mrs. C. It. Greer was badly In jured by Jumping from n window. The women received their injuries while trying to lave Kimi money they hud forgotten when tlio fir broke out. Two men, Frank Snowdon nnd Goorgo I.lnkhnncr, were run over nnd killed on the Pennsylvania Rnllrond nenr Wlliucrdlng, Pa. . The rnst bonnd pnscnger train on the Chicago, Cleveland, Clncinnntl ntul St. Louis Railroad ran Into a freight train nenr Kd wsrdsvlllo crossing, eight miles from Altnn. The engineer nnd fireman were killed nnd many of the passenger seriously Injured, An express train on the Rig Four mnd ran Into nil open switch nt Kdwnnlsvillo Junction, III., nnd ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

SOLDIERS' COLUMN OENERAL McPHFRSO f 8 DEATH. The Trne Story Told by the Oflleir Who Qav the Command to Fire. .f. 11. 1'tlmcr, publishes in tlm "National Tri ll u nc," letter re unlypcl ly him Ircmi t'npt. Mell aril Heard, con t ii i n i 11 ii n au thentic account of thf killiui? iifO.-H. James II. Mcl'llcr- ..... I,. I.- 'I I IHI'.I. i: nnd which nc- iL,tf?i-"i Mr. ri- ''rfj';"ii-iii..- vouches lor ''"-"nx tlm only trim record of tlmt event. Tlm letter reads on follows: ''For n ilny or two previous to tlm battle- (.Inly 82, lmil.) I hud been in .commnti't of a liri)iiilo linn of skir mishers, nnd early on tlm twiriilnif of tho 22il of July was ordered to join my regiment nml division, which with niovinn out from Atlanta on tho De catur road, In order to ntriko tlm left flank of Hhcrmun'n army, under coin fliniid of lien. McPherson, which tretched across tlm Augusta Itrtil xoiul. "While halting- upon tlm ro;nl wn wero furniKlii'il with till additional rounds of iinimunit Ion, nml wer...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 August 1892

NO MU ABDULS. VHAT VAST AREAS OF LAND !N TORRID COUNTRIES LACK. lorn DUtHfiU In Which There An No Willi Animal of Cimalileralila l. llaml of the Writ I ml Inn Arrhlprl mfo Called "lmrl 4'onnlrj." A llnnHlnn nntnrnllHl, I'rofpssnr Mu tiny, who punned sovnrnl years In I tin In terior of PupiiA, iliwrihcs tilt) IiIkIiIiiiiiI district of tlm grout IhIiiiiiI mi n ri'Klun M remarkable for It m rticry ami jiro dticUvenpsa nn for lis salubrious crlimitn a perpetual May In t lie ti'irnce twills, with March niul April pliitcmm Imro nml there in the highest liioimlainii. The area of tlm whole IhIiiiiiI pxcwiIa Hint of Texan, but itn Hipiilnlion hnrilly SKgrpKittt'S n million, tiinn-toiitlis of the nlKirinlnen Itolnu; lowlnml nottlera, black lillern gorged with the yam rMitn ami wild hog steaks of the const pliilti. The uplands, too, nlNiiiml with game nml fish, nod the only concelvalilo renin m why the natives should limit their hunting grounds to the sweltering coast jungles U their preferenc...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

KEYNOLDSVILLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1892. NUMBER 15. VOIAJMK 1. tflUrrtlitnron. Q MmilKLL, ATTOllN EY-AT-LA W. ifHi'e mi Win! Mnlti mreet, hiiimwUc Hie ('(imincn liil Hotel, Heyiwlilnvllli'. Pit. jjn. h. k. lioovEU, REYNOLDSV1LLE, l'A. Ki-Hltlent dentist. In tiiillillnir nt'iir MHIm illst .rhiiri'li, iiimhIIi.. Arnold lilm-k. Uelillt" neas In opcriitlnx. otr(. J JOT EL McCONNELL, KEYNOLDSVILLE. PA. FNAXKJ. MACK, P if iilm: Tlio lending lintel nf till' tnnii. 1li'iidiiiir tnrn fur iiininieri'liil nifii. Strum lienl, free 'linn, Inilli nmnN mill rliwets mi every Itimr, ample rnnniH, lilllliinl nxnn, telephone eon iirctlntiN, A-o. JJOTEL HELNAp! iNEYNOLDSVILLE, l'A. GNEEX if COXSEN, Vi-iklm. First Hium In every i;ir1 leuliir. I.iwulril In Hie very entire nf tlie husliirss mri nf town. Free 'lill tn lllirl from tntlllM mid eolnmiHlliill mimplf. riMiniH fnr coiiinii.rcliil tnivelerM. MERK.'AN HOTEL, HltOOKVlLLK. l'A. nuFVixuTox r- i.oxt;. vp'. Omnllm to and frmnttll train. Kii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

A llninniork Honir. Sunshine la through the branches sifting, silting, As 1 awlugi l'lii j' odors lire round mn drifting, drifting, Aa t swing To nml fro, to and fro, ben-nth the rustling leaves ( I'm linlf asleep and half awake, ami in a restful case. " A t living. Ah, tho ilny-tlrcanis t ntu il reaming, dream lug, An I Kn iiiu; W'lth what happy thoughts my brain In teeming, teeming, Aa I swing. All tlil lung life In a summer's day, And sunhliie and happiness have come to Hay, Ai I swing. Away Irom the cares of earth I'm swingiiii:, swliiglni,', As I swing t Ease mid rest forget fuhic'-s nro brltiKliii,', bringing, As I awing. But troubled dreams were the grief I've known, That. away on tho morning havo quickly tru'tve, A I swing. My heavy eyelids would lo sleeping, sleep ing, As I swim:; And my tired eyes forget tuclr weeping, weeping, As I swing. Itcpe hath for mo no weak or crippled wing, And life seems a sweeter und dearer thing. As 1 swing. - I'iddie Curtis, In New York Ledger...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

A REVIEW OF TRADE. CBOP BEP0ST8 NOT FLATTERING. JSuslnoss fjjn.rally Reported la Good Condition. , H. O. Dun i Co.'i wei'kljr relew of trails ays: Crop rctmrts nre licit iillto up to expec tations, anrl nre construed a Indicating a derlripnt supply of oorn and ontu, while any !OKiit)ledrttdc!icy In wheat and cotton will be more than met by surplus stock. lint rlccs have advanced qulto sharply and ex rxirts of domestic products fall below last year's. The trent Industries ,ro all doing remarkably well excepting tho Iron manu facture. The Iron output AiiRint 1st was 1 55. MO tons weekly, against Id!), 151 July 1st, and 1H1,5711 a year ao, but the storks unsnld nevertheless Increased ll,Otons during the month of July, and on the tint of August ex ceeded a million tons. Southern pig iron is pressed for sain, and some quotations nro lower than ever. Hut tho resumption of manufacture by Western Iron works, which have set tied their controversies with the men, will make a gre-U change In t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

it Star Sulmeriptinn tl.50 r tenr, in ailrn ncr. An liirtop-n1int IixmiI nnper, iuMUhrd nvcrjr Wrrttipwiiiy lit. Hi'Vnililvllli, .li'lTi-i-win Co., Ph., dnvirtod tr tlir tnti'ro-it nf Hiyno1iNvlll nd.li'lTiTHOiK'ouiily. Ncm-ixilltlciil, will Irt'iit nil with fiilriii'M. nml will IxMpcHiill y frlvnil ly townrris ll liilxirlni i-1iiw. Pulwcrlpllim prior l..iTjriiir.hi ndvnnoc t'ninmunlrntlonK tnti'iiileil for piihlli'iillon miiKt tin nccompnnled liy tlin wrltor'n numo, not few ptiWIi-ntlon. hut nn n minninloo nf ii)od fill I". IntortMtlnn nvwn Itonw willrltnl. Artvprtlln rnttm nindf known nn iippllcn Won at the oftirr In ArnnlilV Hlnok. Ii'imlity romniiinlriilloin nml oliiiniro nf nlvir1lv'mr-nt nhoiiHl roach till" onion ly Monday noon, i Addro-w nil onmnuinlontloiis to 0. A. Hlopn non. Hiiynoldvllli, Pn. Emi-rod nt. the postoftlcp nt Hoynolilnvlllc, Ph., m MH'ond oliuw mull mutter. C. A. TlilHKfliSO. Kdllor mid Pub. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1!2. There i now about 7.()00,(X) In tho state...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

Star Subscription tt.RO per year, in atlranct. O. A. KTKPHKNMOM, Kdllor and Pnb. "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. 1812 ttritlr' OTnlbe. . Pnssenifcr trnlns nrrlvc nl the Ucynolds vlllc station a follows! AVinftrrmf. llVslMvm?. TrnlnS, - - (I.Ma m.lTniln (I,- - 7.20 a. m. Trnln 1, - - 1.00 p. tn.lTniln 5.- 1.42 p.m. Train 3, - - p. mlTrnln in, - .lump, m. nr.vsoi.nsvn.i.K posT-orrics. Mails arrive nnd and leave the post -office in follows! Arrive. Dtjxcii. rnoM tii k w rsT. ro tii it r. ast. I. 1(1 p. m. - - 7.nn p. m.llMO a. m. - - it .m p. m. roB rnn hast, ron rnt iwr. 7.(10 m, - - 2-iiQ p. m.lr.OQ i. m. - - LIS p. m. Arrives from Hathmel nnd Preseottvlllo II. 30 a.m. Arrives from Panic Tucsdnys, Tlutrdnys and Saturdays nt p. m. imparl ror rrcscoiiviue, iminmri, nunc S.OO n. m. Office hours 7.tmn. m. tos.wp. m. Money order office open from T.OOa.m. to T.HOp. m. KcKlster offlcn open from 7.00 a. m. to H.00 p. m. Legal Holiday from 7.00 to S.Ofl a. m. and from 12.00 to 8.00 p. m. Office open S...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

A LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS fROM MANY POINTS. Important Ktwi Itm Recelred as We So to Press. Disasters, Accident and tatnllilr. Ten miners were drowned In a coal pit at Pewsberry, Yorkshire, by a sudden rush of water that had collected In an old working. Anna Bernstein, aired IS, who hail just Come from Poland, and Ida Harris, aged ft, Were drowned at Won-cster, Mass., by tbe Vpsetting of a boat load of picnickers. A Wiioi.k Family Kimkp. A whole fain tly, constating of innn and wife and four children, names nnknown, were killed at Guthrie, O. T. The family had been in that city buying provision, and while returning to their claim, on the Old Cheyenne reserva tion, their team rim away and over a preci pice. Every member of the family and boili bores were killed. A mortar charged with dynamite was ex ploded on Sunday near St. Alfonso's church in Rome, and 11 liersons were killed and 32 Injured. The victims Include a number of Women and children. L. B. Pale and his two sons were drowned ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

BUCK BELT BELIEFS, ODD SOUTHERN SUPERSTITIONS. "Visit to a Colored School. Character istic Sp-rh hr an Fx 9!nve That End-d With a Prayer. IIP. sunlight Is to tin) earth, after a period of dark ness, what super stition is to tlio Hotitliern negro. In it Iim seem to "live, movo ami havo hi lining." 1M hvcn Urn, my faithful tjiihlo hihI storehouse nf knowlu'lt'e, Is Rtci'lM'it in it. For some tiny he hns nnt n) rjicnred to bo I'imsplf, nnd upon in qiiiry I li'iirn that "do olo red tnuln ijono lose her shoe in ilo cotton patch." and thnt is a sign thnt lien will tint bo .mieressful in selling tlui cotton pro duc!s in tin- fill. 'VU', lli', Urn, do nnt be so super .atitious; thnt cnn't hurt you nny, The Idea of believing such 'I lin!"' "Well, chile, yo' ninth donn know notliin' about it. Is yo' superstitious?" No, Ben," I replied, nnd blushed at the lib. Would it do him nny good to know that I hud ono or two pcfsigns" which I cherished and believed in im plicitly! Hu would not understand...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 August 1892

r SIGNS ONTHE BOWEHY WHAT ONE MAY 6EE ON NEW YORK'S FAMOUS THOROUOHFAnE. The Mnl lllallilKaUhlnt Feature of a tree! Thai Has Wnrlilwlil Itrpntn Man As Avenue Wherein Arc round People of All rtntlnnnlltlea. To those students of Imiimii tint urn who are quick to see the weak plile of rerjr character savo their own, a trip up the Bowery and Tark row la always fruitful mt -on& results. There are no many aighfo, sounds anil scenes novel nd inteiwitinff In the atirritiR ronieily slrama, "8tTtncs;le for Ureml," tliat tho student cannot help feeling amimed ami intonated. Then, too, tho fact that nearly every one ho meets is jioorer than himself Imparts tho lent of roiiipliiceney to his pilgrimage, and bo steps among tha hungry and wretched and tho linppy and careloM, keeps hi hnnd on his pock etbook and his eyes on the shifting pano rama of life and make nts. The signs are the first things that tnkn the wanderer's eye. He notes "A Regular Dinner for thir teen Cents" and "Two Genuine Imp...

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