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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 March 1895

TERRIBLY FATAL WRECK. OVER A PRECIPICE. One Hundred and Four People Killed In a Mexican Railroad Wreck. Ona ot the mot frightful accidents In the history of the Mcxloun railroads, resulted In the killing of 101 persons and the serious If not fatal Injury ot nearly a hundred others( occurred Tburedny afternoon on the Inter Oocnnie railroad nt a point about 23 miles from the City ol Mexico. A few dnys ago a great number of persons led the cnpitol nud the towns In the vicinity to go on a pilgrimage to the Catholic slirino nt titers Monte. Tickets fur the pilgrimage wero solil nt reduced nites over the Inter Ocennic lino and this rond carried the bulk of the pilgrims. Thursday a long train, on board ol which there woro 1,1100 passengers, en returning from the place of the pllgrlm bge. All went well until a point about midway between Tcmnmlla and T'onnngo was reached. On this part of the rond there Is a steep In cline, the line nt one plnce on it having a sharp curvo where It runs close ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 March 1895

STORY OF "AMERICA" DR. SMITH TKllS HOW TllR NA TIONAL HVMS WAS WRITTEN. On a Acrnp of Waste Paper Kirat Sung on July , 1832, In Ilos too, and Hlnce Then In All Tarts of the World. IBID not know thnt I hail written a National hymn till the convic tion was forced on mo, writes d Uev. 8. F. Hmith in tho Now York World. Whilo I wns stmlcnt in tho Theo logical Seminnry in Andover, Mass., Mr. Lowell Mason, through whose ef forts tho study of musio wns intro duced into tho public schools of Bos ton nnd elsewhere in this conntry, brought mo number of singing books, which Mr. Willinm O. Woodbridgo, who had visited Germany to inspect tho school system there, had brought homo with him and put into Mr. Mnson's hnnds. Mr. Woodbridgo hnd been mnch im pressed with tho German method of teaching musio in the schools, nnd I wns DHkcd to look through the books and translnto such of the songs as seemed to mo appropriate to our American schools. Turning over the leaves of ono of the musio books, I found...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 March 1895

Iff IE .r vrrnr -rnt Srit Star. Hulinrriplinn fl.flO jer year, in adranet. :. A. lldlior ami I'ub. WKDNKSDAY. MAKCH fl. 1NII5. Ah liifli'iM'tiflt-nt IH-nl piiimt, tmlilN1ifMlpviry Ta.. nVvnii'rt lo tin' Inti'M-itH of l(iynililvllln itnn .li'iri'iwmi'niinty. Nnn-tim l'iil. will (rent nil wiiii iniriu", ii mi win lit- i'n'ri!llljr irimii IV 1,1,1111.1.. llll llllMII'lMlf I'llIMM ru'wripi inn irirr -I .. it voir, III nuvniirn. ('iimmiinlciitlon Intcmli'U for nulihrntlnn irnin nn nri-oinpuniiMi iiy 11111 wriirr p llllllH', not for piililli'iitliin, hut n n mmrnnli'i' nf good fill III. iTiti'riMtinir ni'iv lirnf "olli'lti'il. AdvirtNlnir mm mniln known on npiillrn tlon at tlm iillli'i' In Arnold' llloi'k. I.i'mrhtv i'finntiinli'titlon nnd rhtinirn of ndv'r!K'in"ntri Mhould rt'iirh this olllro by Mommy noon. AiMi'i""" nil I'ommn.ili'atlonn to C. A. Rtcpli ......... 1.1-..111.. it.. Kni 1 't't'd' 11 1 tlio twwtotnVp nt tti'ynoldsvilli', Tim Fifty-third Omjrivss adjourned ulno illi- lit noo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 March 1895

Sutwriptinn $t.SO per year, in tulranrt, C. A. ftrKPilKPIftOKU l'.lltor mid I'uh. WEDNESDAY, MARCH (I, 181)5. Travelers' MnlM. Piiinnffnr trnln arrive, mitl leave Itavn- OHlKVIIIU US tnllllWSI AHnheni VnUey liitilvin. Knatwu'nl. Wi'nl.wurtl. Trnlnd. - II 44 ft. m.lTrnln . - . 7 40 n. m Trnln I, - l.imp. m. Train J,- I .M p. m. xrnin if c.i . m. i ruin in, - - p.w i. in. RKTROMWIVII.I.I PfMT-OrriCR. Mull arrive and leave tha iMt-ifIli o u follows: Arrive iM'imrt. rniiu Tll WMT. FOIt Till? FAST. 1.1(1 p. m. - - ?. p. rn.M2.Wl p. m - - B,i.ni rno tiik w. bt. rim TMH WKMT. I.OOn. in. - - 2.m p, ni.lMfl n. m. - - 1.1.1 p. in fl LIUI6 ot Evcruttilna. "I'rny. wlint In the uw nf repining? Ilnn'l worry oYr lillli', my friend; Ko limtf n Hip miner nrt mining, They'll always liuvu money to hh.'1uI." Ai'lol cycles. "Hotchkln Sisters." Arlol cycles, Ariel cycled. Silk goufteo at Deemer & Co's. Now pick tiio shoes at Robinson 'b. Corn 0()c per bushel at Swnrtz Hro's. Limited experience, at De...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 March 1895

There in now 11 Kteau- Immigration of about 20,000 Hussions a year to' Siberia, The Canadian mblia debt wns in creased the Inst fiscal year $4,502,000 not, the total net debt being (2 10,000, 000. Tno Uuivorsity of Michigan lends with 4,000 ' undergraduates. Thon comes Harvard, Pennsylvania and Yale in that order. There is no discovory of modern science that is not availoblo in Japan, maintains tho New York Recorder. There is no modern scholarship tliat is not appreciated by its wiso men. English conservatism is at last yield ing to the point that tho Great West ern has deeided to warm its trains ou tho American plan and abandon the present archaic plan of foot-warmers. Another radical departure which is heralded in largo type in English pa pers is that tho (treat Western has de cided to experiment in tho brand new departure of lightning tho cars. A curious illustration of tho growth of real cstoto values in Now York City was offordod a few days ago by tho registry of a deed of conv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 March 1895

Deafseea Csaaet Carta hf applications, at they cannot reach tha diseased lairtlnn nf 1 he ear. There la nnlv one fray to cure neatness, and that In by constltn ttonal remedies. Dcarnen I caused by An In Oaraed condition of t!ie murpua lining of the Kuatachlan Tube, when thli tub gen In flamed you have iruimriint sound or imner- ttot hearing, anil when if Is entirely cloned eafncss It the result, and unless the Inflam mation can be taken nut and this tubo re Itorrd ti lie normal condition, hearing will lie destroyed fforeveri nine cases out ton tro caused by catarrh, which le nothing hut an in- namra condition or tne mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any saw of I h-af nee (oanaed bv catarrh! that, run not ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for clroulaie, free. . . . . I'. J. Cnnnr.r A Co., Toledo, 0. ' ISSoldby Druggists. ?o, Dm of All To cleanse the system In a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the Hpringtlme comet, use the true and perfect rcmody.Myrnp...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 March 1895

SPKKI) ON KA1LWAYN. THE FLIERS ON AMERICAN, GERMAN AND ENGLISH LINES. Cnrrrt ami Grade CroMhiR the Orent Urnwtmcln !n This Conntry Mmlfril . Train IHt Not I'ay Expenses, but Titey llcnrftt lite Brrvlce In Other Ways. Tlin writer !htiuiu' t'i.) Mi'j.xi i.f fnst trni ns recently to ntio of tho shrewd est civil engineer employed on ono of tho rnnils nirorlriR WmhltiRtroi. This cmployeo hnn nmdo rnllrnnrling n Hfo stnrty, hns Inspected tho rnllroods of Europe mid speak by the enrd Ho snM: "If onr rr.ilronfls rnnld spnro tho montiy to olevstto tlieir trucks In cities mid nt cronsings, to ny nothing of coin rioting tho work of strnluhtonlng ont curves, now going on, I, for win, will predict thnt wo rnn mnke an nrorngo of 60 miles nn hnnr between New York mid Chicago. I say this with tho Alio giiniiy mountains, almost stiirlng mo in tho fnco. Wo might lose tlmo going np thnt range, but engineers, nsa rnle, like to const, and wouldn't they slide down the other side with i roadbed mlnns enrv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

IK VOLUME 3. ItEYNOLDSYILLE, l'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1895 NUMBER 13. A. D. DEBMER & CO., AENOtD BLOCK. SilkS t course you will want some Silks this spring. Every lady will want a silk waist or two. We have some elegant styles for ladies' waists. They are simple perfect and very cheap. LlnlnQS We have the new Sleeve Linings, which are indispensible this season. WdlStS We liave an eu,l" less assortment. See them, in all styles for the coming spring. Wrappers Yes, we have them in all the Latest Pat terns and Styles. You can save money and labor by using one of them. Muslin Underwear we carry a large line of these good, including Night Dress es, Chemise, Corset Covers, Drawers and Skirts. Black Sateens-or of Blk. Sateens embraces all prices. Wo have them in the plain and colored figures. Seroes Take a look at them. We have them in all the leading shades, 46-in. wide, and price very low. White GOOdS Embroder ies, India Linens, Plaid Indias and Striped Dimitys, Swiss Nainsooks....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

Of over 6,000,000 children in ele mentary Reboots in England only 803, 000 pay for their schooling. According to the Pittsburg Times, cne hundred years ogo yellow fever wns more common in northern cities thnn it is now in tropical towns. - -j Block walnut is a scarce wood these lnys,but old fnrms about Philadelphia Mill afford to the cabinet maker noble specimens of the tree. It is said that a black walntitlOO years old will fetch in that region about 8100. It is a notable fact that in three states of the Union. New York, New Jersey and Illinois bills were before the Legixlatnre to curtail the big thea tre hat. "More power to the woman who clasps a tiny bnnch of violets on her back hair and calls it a bonnet, exclaims tho New York Mail and Ex press." The Trenton, X. J., American notes that the "Great American Descrt"cou spicuons on the mops of fifty years ago, and then occupying a consider able pnrt of the region between the Rocky Mountains and the Coast Range, Los at last shrunk ma...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

ROTARY SNOWTLOW. tATEST MATH INK T(l CLEAN KAlLKOAl OK SXOW. Kcopmmry In the Knst, Whrre There Arc No Shi" lis Over the Trucks A Notary Plow at Work. THOSE who have cot "been there," says the 'ew York Tribune, enn hardly form an (, idea of tbo ililllctiltics which railroad companies Lave to contend with on account of tho snow. No Btrcrt-cleauing commissioner with thousands of men aid them ; uo indi viduals nlong their linos Loll) them in their work, nncl no great rows ol houses unit high walls protect their trucks from the obstructing clement. Ou the other hand, noxious would -be travelers unci shippers of freight mnko life a burden to the railroad officials bcenuso of unavoidable delays, and railroads generally, and tho snow bound roads lu particular, are de nounced as unworthy of public con fidence. Iu the far West creat shod hnTe been built to protect the roadbeds, but in the more temperate regions, where a snow blockade in not an an nual nuisance, the companies have de pended on...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

-fr Star !. A. KTKIMIKIVHO, Kdllor nnl Pub. W MINKS!) AY. MARCH 1.1. Is15 Anlnilrpnilnt nrn paper, pnlilUln'ilpTrfjf WiMliiiMliy Hi ltyimllvlll.', .lefforMon l'o. Pa., rtt'vnii'd lo tin Intrn.! of KrynoliNvllln nnl JttTi'rM.niro!inly. Nin-MlMh'iii, will ttvut nil with fiilrni'w. nnd will iH-i'ippeliilly frltwul If townnU tin ItilNtrltiif .'Iiinh. HiiWrlptlnn prlrrfl.SOpt.r rnnr.ln nclvnnri, C'imimuiili-nll"'M lnlfiiili'il for iiulillrntlon miiitt l nrrnmpnnli'd tiy thn wr(ti.r' nntni", tint fur piililli-iitliin, lint nn n piinriiiiti' of gixicl fill III. lnH'niln ni'wn Hi'mmMillrllt'il. AilvertMtw niti'M tnmln known mi iippllrn tlon lit tlii nfflri' In ArnnliN' III.m'Ic. I.imiitMt i-mnmiinlriiMon mill i-htin of mlvprilHi'iniMiiii hIhiiiIiI n-iirh thin nftVe by Mmiilitv nimii. Aililrt'HK till riinimiitili'iitliinii to C. A. Pliili eniMt, iviniliUvllltv I'n. Knti-rod' lit tin' potifHVe lit HcynuliNvllli-, Pn., im Ni'i'iinil I'lniM niittl ninttrr. (loviM-ncir Hufttlntpt linn vetord l.l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

ITfie Star. Suhcriitin $1.60 per pear, in ailvanee. CI. A. MTKPIIKNXON, Kdltnr and 1'llh. ' WEDNESDAY, MAltCH 13. ISHftT" et traveler' OMlt. tnMinKir train arrive anil leave Rcyn oldnvlllu hk follows: 'Allegheny Vulley Railway. Knstwu'nl. Westward. Trains, - - 0.44 a. tn.lTrnln , -7.4rtn.rn. Trnln I, - l oo p. m. Train J,- 1.45 p.m. Train a SOT p. m.lTrnln 10, - .4Hp. m. ft Little ot Everything. Ariel cycles aro tho best. Advertise In TliK Htar. Aflol cycles hnvo no superiors. Next Sunday Is St. Patrick's lny. Robinson has tho best men's shoos. Ontn 42e per bushel nt Swartz Urn's. Black brocaded ntlkn nt Deemer iV Co. Corn IIOc per bushel ut Swurtz Pro's. Ladles' muslin night dresses. Deoni cr & Co. Lnuios' bicycles :0, 00, W, s.-, $100, at Stoko's. Do not miss seeing tho new goods nt Bing Si Co's. Robinson bus best child's shoes, .'I to 8 size, T)0 ctH. Ladies' shoes, congress, razor too, in tans at Deemer At Co. Call nt Roll's, tho clothier, Saturday ami got a shamrock free. H...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

Slum It Must He Blnoe It mint be that fairest flowers will wither, Aright uprliiKtlmo ilnya depart, wo know not wlilthor ( Hlnen It must be took well upon tlio blossoms wlillo yo mny, Glenn nil the Klniiosi from each RoMcn ilay, So Kiiln awxot memories for your wenry way Hlnoo It must be. Blnco it must bo that hearts nro daily brnnk- Thnt sorrow comes to some with each day's wnkhifd Hlii'-e It must lo Why lienr thy sorrow with it smiling; face, Nor grant It In thy thought tho chlefcst place, Pass ever onward, tnkliift lienrt it grace; Hlnce It must lie. liLKArcon 11. l'r.Aiioni In the Pathfinder. Mother Ballard's Home. II V rRAKIHS 15. WAKI.RIIIIt. Tluit is my cousin Susio Lee, nml tlmt is her husband ; that fat bnby is her oiliest J WO niu't Rut tin picluro of her other children, though she's been n-promisin' them to us this long time. Tlmt other baby on tho opposite page, the ono with tho ctiuniii' luro toes, in Aimer's youngest, tnken good ten years ngo, and bo on, nnd to on. un ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

-HE U. 5. Government offi (TCJ) daily reports ROYAL Bak ing Powder superior to aU others in leavening strength. (BmlliHn IJ, Af'tDtft, .J9Q.) It is the best and most economical. f HOVL PAKINO POWOER CO., Orninn morclinntu nonie of thorn at lonst nrp aggrieved Imonnsn of tlio In troduction Into tlrrmany of "twrgnlil mlos." nnd tlioy Imvo appnilod to th govorntnpnt to suppress tlirni. Thplr tlninnnd In thnt tlip stnto ahnll deflno whnt constitutes "nnfiilr competition' ninl proUIMl It. Probably the nipr- chants who united In till reqimat would, most of them, strenuously deny socialistic proclivities, but their ro finest Is In the lino of pure aorlnllar... It would bo only another step In the snmo dlrpctlnn to ask thnt the govern inont t)rohlllt one from underselling another. We do not rend thnt as yet nny customers of the Oermnn shopmen Imvo Joined In the demand for the abolition of bargain day. OOCE ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figa is taken; it is pleasant and re...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 March 1895

raBaiuiMnuuaiimL'jtm.Ji'u'xiiiia AVlllTT'Kirs SKCWKT.; THE TRLT. SIOtlY OF HI3 COURT- CHIP OP COItNLLIA RUS3. ! Tlinnglt She Did N'ot Murry Illm, She lie mnlnetl Klnrle nod Never Tolil A I.ovi Kptsndo In the Port's Lll'a That Made I Deep Impression lpon Him, ford ltitrodticcn' lit in to n vluorons nutl lnvery rlrclo of IiIkIht culture nuit o more delicate refinement tlinn nny ht lmd known, nml within thnt circle In carnated lu n most lovely woiunn he wm to find hi futo. Among the friends the biographer hns mentioned. Jivlga Rugs, a in mi well known In thnt dny for brilliant parts and n handsome person. The family wss distinguished for beauty mid bright ness. Of thorns members whom Whit tier know, Mnry, inn oldest, married 81 In E. Burrowes. Mm Burrowes died of consumption In Now York in 1841, at the ngo of 84. There snrrlved only an uumimlod daughter, Cornelia, find one on, Cbnrlos James Rum, who 20 yearn later was a prtsviilieut lawyer In Hartford. Cornelia, the yonngent child, bor...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

VOLUME 3. HEYNOLDSVILLE, PJTCNN'A., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1H95. NUMBER it. A. D. DBEMER & GO., AUNOLD BLOCK. S!lkS()f course you will want some Bilks this spring. Every lady will want a silk waist or two. Wo have some elegant styles for ladies' waists. They art; simple perfect and very cheap. LlnillQS We have the new Sleeve Linings, which are indispensible this season. WalStS We have an end less assortment. See them, in all styles for the coming spring. Wrappers Yes, we have them in all the Latest Pat terns and Styles. You can save money and labor by using one of them. Muslin Underwear we carry a large line of these goods, including Night Dress es, Chemise, Corset Covers, Drawers and Skirts. Black Sateens-our une of Blk. Sateens embraces all prices. We have them in the plain and colored figures. &6rfl6S Take a look at them. We have them in all the leading shades, 46-in. wide, and price very low. Wnlte Goods Embroder- ies, India Linens, Plaid Indias and Striped Dimitys, Swiss ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

MOTES FROM THE CAPITAL NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Sews From the Department! Foreign Findings. The Pockety Joint Iepartment Commission expired with the 53d Congress. Inn.viiueh a tbe reforms which Ihe Commission brought itbout caused a consldernblo reduction of clerical torce In some Departments, and crested a foaling ot unonslness amoii the clerks ot all Departments, the announcement of the close of Its olTlrinl cnreir was n relief to those Interested. The act creating the Commission provided t but It should live onljr through Congress. Mr. Dockery will return to Missouri lu a few dnys, and the experts who have made Investigations lu the Depnrt meuts and reeommenced changes will no lonKer have authority to do anything In the way ot advocating further changes. The Census Olllce has ceased to exist ss a Hureau, and herealter, until the work ot the 11th census Is completed, will merely consti tute a division of the Interior lepnr ment. The division now consists of I'O clerks, three special agen...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

PESTS OP INDIA. Horriblo Realities and Possibilities That Torture One. A Rat Which Eats Your Hair at Night. "Along with the intense heat," says a returned East Indian, "there go many varieties of noxious insects. The mosquitoes swnrra the year round, Every bed is covered with a tont of mosquito nutting, nnd it is the busi ness of your boy, after having made the bod in tho morning, to senre out all lingering mosquitoes and then draw tin) gnnze enrtnins close and tuck them under the mnttrenea. On go ing to bed yon make a little hole in tho tont, get in quickly and draw it tight again. Uouso 11 les are a constant nuisance, and there oro great flying cockroaches two inches long, which sometimes bite, nnd at certain seasons leave thoir great wings lying about the house. They el one's patent leather shoes. Flying ants, great black creatures, come in swarms and nlno leave thoir great wings over everything. The centipede, an inch and a half long and moro venomous than that of this country, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

Hit j)?:'i'iitiv,i il..''0 )H r ii tu; in (itlritnec. O. A. ri l'IIIIASO, ICillmr nnd l'nh. Ki)XKsrTv7MAicii 20. i8n;. An tmlriH'nrli'M l'nl pnMr, puMMird every Wo0ih"m!iv ii1 ItcynnltWt JclTi'rsnn I'n. Pn., f1evott1 totho liitt'rpMaof l(nynnl(1vlllw urn! Ii"(TiTrnrminly. iNoii-polltlrnl, wllltrrnt iH with fairness, nnn will he especially friend ly townnls the tailoring rlM. Hiilwrlptlon prlreJI.SOperyenr.ln ndinrp. I'omrmjnlrntlnn Intemleff for puhllentlon must Ih invnmpanlecl ly Ihe wrfter's nmc, not for pulilli'ntlnn, but a n inmrnmee of Knnd fultli. Interesting news Items solicited, AdvertMnif rates made, known on Applica tion nt the nftVe In Arnolds' lllork. l.enfihty rnmniMnteatlons nnd ehnnirp. of advertNt'inents should reiieh this otticu by Monday noun. Address nil ommtinlratlnnn tor. A. Hteph ensnn. KevnohNvllle, Pn. Entered' nt tin- ponolllco nt Keynoldsvlllo, Ph.. us second Hit mull mutter. The Penfield Pre. wisely remarks that the habit of loafing about town in a miserab...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

fcftc j Stay. Subscription ft.50 per year, in adranrr. V. A. MTKI'IIKNftON, Kdttor anil I'nli. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, 18lC. Gvuvtltf' Wnlbs. I'awnitxr trnln arrlvo and leave lityn oldnvllle a follows! Allegheny Valley Railway. Eatward. Westward, train t), - - 8.44 a. m.tTnvIn , 7.40 a. m. Train 1, - - 1.00 p. m. Train t, 1.41 p.m. Train! - t.K p. m.Trln 10, - -8.4 p.m. KKTHOLDOVII.I.I POKT-OTTICl. Mnll arrive and leave the port-office a follow: Arrive Depart. TltOMTHSWKST. r01lTHEAT. l.lSp. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 111.30 p. m - - fl 20 p.m. FROM THR RAT. FOR TRR WKST. R AO a. m. - - 2. p. m.lM.1 a. m. - - p. m. A Little of Everutlting. Bomo of the 1ny nil the kle will 1)0 lHi?htiir, Pome of tht'e duy nil the burden be lluhter; llcnrt will lie hupplcr nnl will Itu whiter Home of these dnynl Pome of thesedny, In the dport iirysprlnidnR 1'ounttiltt Mmll tUili, whllu the Joy bell lire riiiKlntf. And the world with It sweetness of birds shnll tfo slntrlntr Home of 1heo duy. Borne of these day! l...

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