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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 August 1892

.-xakw VOLUME 1.' UEYNOUKSVILLK, PKNN'A., WKIKNIAY, AlWNT 21, 192. NUMItKK 16. itllarrllottrou MI TCI IK LI ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW. tifnre n Vt'et Mnlii street. tMiiHwIte tlir t'nniini'ivliil Hotel, l(i-yinllvllli, I'll. ,U. H. K. 1I(K)VKH. UK Y NOLI )SV 1 LLK, 1 'A. tlealiletit ileiitM. tn Imllillnii m iir Metliii rllnt rlittrrli, niinilte Aninlil lilork. tli-nlle-ni'wt 111 niieratliiK. Ootrle. II OTKL McCONNKLL, UKYNOLDHVIU.K. PA. , FHAXK J. It LACK, 'mjuiYMr. Tlic lenilltiK lintel of the town. lli'Hliiuir tern for riiniinin,ltil men. Pti-uni lieat, five lm, lint 1i rimnm nml clmi'l mi iiTy tliMir, SHmiilr mom, Iillllitril renin. Ieleilimie im- II OTKL HKI,NAl HKYNOLDKVILLK, PA. UKEEXtt- COXSEH, I'miiit'n. First Hiihh III every imrtletiliir. I,nmteil In the very renin of the liunlne llil t of tnwn. Kreo 'him titHliil fiiini Irnlli iiihI eiiinmiMllnim stittilile nioiiiM fiireiiiiiineirliil tmvelei-. MKUICAN UOTKU HUOOKVILLK, I'A. IH'FFIXUTOX f- .O.YtV, 'iiiiV. Omnllitm to mill from till t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 August 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM HAHT POINTS. Important News Item Received We So to Press. Capital, I.ahar an laitnatrlnl. The men In the mines on Trout Run, Cambria county, I'd., have roup nut on a atrike. They elected a check welghman and dctnatuled Hint lie be Installed 111 these of flclala are nt other mines. Tlie (ieneral Manager refused to allow him to go Into the scales, ami Informeil the men thnt he woiilil do all the weighing necessary. A a result every man has stopped work. The Riverside furnace of StculxMiville, O., employing 17,1 men, blew out Sunday and will not resume for mime time. The com pany has a big st'sk on hand. The Rwitchmen's Cnhn,if West Superior, Wis., will hike a hand in the steel workers' strike. At a meeting of the Trades and La bor Awembly they promisck to handle no can containing the product of non-union workers. At New Orleans the entire forc of government employes repairing the gov ernment river steamers and tugs at the An duboln park, La., went out on st...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 August 1892

LAND OF THE CZAR. vwat nvssiA in not no to the. VKNT A FA MINIS IN 1808. The Famlnn HunYrera Have lie- colved 9:lftO,O00,OO0 Wonderful Irlvate Qlits of the Noble k Peculiarities ol the Pcoplo. JSftJ HE reports which are receive tiauj uere from the famine dls- 1 trlcts, aayt Frank G. Cnrnontcr In a Bt. Petersburg letter to the Wellington Star, are very encouraging, ami though the fam ine in atlil raging, the tlflrklinnn nf ttin .In. mmi of Russian star- L. Tat inn will, it is be- ,! lieved, bo broken by the llrst ol Septem her, when the har vest will have been gathered. Great want and much suffer ing, however, must continue to exist for tlie next renr or to in ninny of tho fitates, anl tho drought may preclpl lata a lecond iamino equally as tcrrl l)lo ni the present one. Notwith standing all that has been published concerning tho famine, we in the Unit ed States have but little idea of Iti terrible extent mid of the wonderful manner lu which tho l!usinna havo bandied it. No country i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 August 1892

m Star- Subscription $t.M Jrr tear, in adranre. An liKlrncndpnt lornl on per, piihlUhrd evprjr WcdiioKliiy lit Ki-jrniililHVtllc, .MTi'i-wii Co.. P., rirv.itod to Hie IiiIi-iwIh of KryniiMsvllle nilJeirenMinrmimy. Non-polltlrnl. will trvHt all wit h fnlrnp-w, itml will he pwliilly f rli'iicl ly towuril the liihorln rliiw. fHibwrlptlon prlifll.snniTyenr.ln ticlviim-c. rnmniiiiilcntlim IntiMidfd for pulilli'iitloii DiUKt he HiTompiinli'fl ly llio wrfliT's imnip, not for piihllnillon. hut r n diiiirniitfc of nod fultli. lnti!itlnii news Itrnvtnollr ti'il. Alvii tlnliiK niton nmdi' known on upplli'n tlon Rt tin-ofilcn In Arnolds llhH'k. Lcntthty romniiinlriilloiw nnd chimtto of rtvprllM-nii'iitH Mhonld rench this offli'O liy Mondiiy noon. Addrpwiall rommiiiili'tttlmm tol'. A.Clppn imn, RpynoldsvHlp, I'll. Kntvn-if M Hip piwlofllcp nt ItpynoldnvlllK. Pa., b Bprond rlnw mull ninttpr. C. A. HTKPHKI'IMVU Filllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1802. "Bo not haHty to rawt off evory nuppr atio...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 August 1892

Star. iSiifewrfjifon . per yeir, in mfifinre. T. A. f4TEPIIF4M4, P.dltnr anil Pnb. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 18112. Vv&vtltv' CTnlfct. I'mwinf trains nrrlvf nt tin1 Hi-ynnlds-vlllc oint Ion i follow: Enthrai-d. Winttmrd. Train , - e. a m.Truln 8. - 7.2 . tn. Train I, - - 1 0p. m. Train 3. - 1.42 p.m. Train 8, 6,. p. m.Trnln l'. - t.re P- m. nrTsot.iwvn.i.r. ro.T-omer. Mnll arrive and nnd leave the post-nfftVc an follows: Arrirt. Depart. mourns wiwr. ronTnKAr. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.on p. m.ltt.io n. m. - H.sn p. m. ronu rnr. hast, run tub wt. 7.00 . m. - 2.00 p. m,.00 n. m. - - MS p. m. Arrive fnm Kuthmcl nnd I'rewottvllle l!.;inn.ni. . Arrlvi-. from I'ntile Tuesdays, Tlmrdnys andsntiirdiiysnt0..:!" p. m. , , , Departs for Prem-ottvllle, Katlinu-1, Pnnlr il.OO p. m. Offii-n hours 7.00 n. m. toS.OO p. m. Money order omVp oM'n (mm 7.00 n.m. to 7.ip. m. iiricister omi-u open irom i.i.fh. ni. to 8. no p.m. , Leffnl Holidays from 7.00 to R.00 n. m. and from 1'J.oi) to a.iSi p. m. Office own Hu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 August 1892

We Hill Id tho Ladder. Heaven It not reached (it single bound, , But we build the ladder by which we Viae ' From the lowly e srth to tlio vaulted skies, And wo mount to the summit round by ronnd. 1 counted thing to be grandly true. That noble deed is a step toward flodf Lifting theaoul from the common tod To purer air and a broader view. "We rise by the things that are under feet, By what we liovo mastered of greed and gain. By the pride deposed and the passion (lain, And the vanquished Ills that wehourlv meet. We hope, we aspire, we resolve, we trust. When the morning coils us to life and light; But our hearts grow weary, and ere thu night Our Uvea arc trailing the sordid dust. We hope, we aspire, we resolve we pray. And we think that Wo mount the air on wings, Uryoml the recall of scnsunl things While our feet still cling to the heavy clay. Wings for the angers, but feet for the men, We may borrow tho wlnga to And tho way ; We may hope and anplro and rcaolvo unci pray, But our fee...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 August 1892

THE CONVICT MINERS WAR. TENNESSEE TROOPS CALLED OUT To Quell th Disturbance Sorer Flg-hUna- at Cov Creek. A Militia Captain Held Hot. At 3 o'cloik Tuesday morning a mob of 7W miners mailt! nn iittiuk on the convict mine slni-smle nt llliver Hiirinxs. Tenn. It iw ilel'i'inli'd by 4U ituurils Ilrfore n tlnn of truce win s rinwn two (niunls were falally in jured ami cm ht miners shot. The miners were finally reijiil.nl. tiovernor lliii'liniiiin ordered the Third licminoiit out hikI they have left for the scene of actum. The repulse of tin- miners nt Oliver Springs tvns lirotiKltt about lv the timely arrival of !i picked men ns rciiifop.e 111011!" to the jciiiinl. There are about 1.10 convicts nt Oliver Springs. okkii I t.s in i.i:u;i e with Misrns. . A remarkable clmniro has taken place In the sentiment of the people in tho region of the lnmnn oritiafte. Jmliro Moon's clinrite to the arand Jury hnd the effect of produc ing 111 indictments against rioters. These lie rn-ianta will be iir...

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 August 1892

THE INQUISITION. AN INSTITUTION THAT EX13TED IN SPAIN FOR GENERATIONS. IM Vlettaas Are Numbered by Hundred of T1iwnd Pint Directed Again! Jews, Afterward llerrtle Christians Were Tortnred and Rilled. Perhaps those who have accused Chris topher Columbus of linrruw, sectarian bigotry and of cruelty have not sufll ciently tnken into Recount the spirit of the age In which he lived. The intol erance, the bigotry ami tho merciless cruelty of that time nre sufficiently illus trated in that moat monstrous of iimtilu tions, the Spanish inquisition. What Is called the mode rn inquisition was established In Spain under the reign of Ferdinand and Isaliella sovereigns who possessed many of the elements of greatness, and who certainly brought Spain to a high position among the na tion! of the world. Yet it was nnder the reign of these two sovereigns that the monstrous inquisition wna estali lished. This inquisition consisted of a coin mission consisting of several judges, whose duty it was to hun...

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 August 1892

lie VOLUME 1. KKYNOLDSVIIiliK, I'KWA., WKHNKNIiAY, Al'f.l NT ai, IH.L NIIMKKIl 17. V IMI.crllituran.. mitchkll, ATTOllNK.Y-AT-r.AW. Ifn.'p mi West Miiln street, opposite tlic Coniiiienhtl Hotel. Hcyiiolilsvlllc, I n. JJIt. H. K. lioov Kit UKYNOLDSVILl.K, l'A. Hcstdctit dentist. In liiillilltic ni'iir Metho llHt flmwli. ntitsmlte Arimlil liliirk. lli'iitlc ncss III iiMrntlug. Quirt.. REYNOLDHVIt.I.K. l'A. FUASKJ. HLAf'K, V.i.nVfnr. The lending hotel of tin1 town. 1lctidiimr tcra for coinmcri'liil men. Htcam heiii, free litis, Imtli nsmis and closets mi every tlisir, sample rismis, llllliird iikiiii, telephone ron nti'tlnns, Ac. jlcn'KiTTiiiirNAr. IlKYNoLlMVILLK, l'A. (MKEX if- COSSKli, I'mprn-fiii-s. Klrst class In every imiilruliir. I.oeiileil In tin very centre nf the liiislnes purl of town. l'reo 'tins to unil from trains iiihI eoniniiHllnus sample nsuiis fnreommcivliil travelers. MKUK'AN HtlTKU imooKviuj:, pa. HVFFlXfiTOX F LOXt, '.'. V OninlluiH In nml from nil trnlii. KuriiiM-n...

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 August 1892

So Wit Urow Old. A broken toy; tnsk that held away A yearning child hcsrl from an hour of plav. . A Christmas tliat no Christmas Idols broiiKli', A tangled Ininii i (till of tangled tlionnlit t A homesick hoy) a senior Bimncd ami wise; A glimpse nf life, when lot (lie uurtnlns rise Fold over folil. And hangs the picture, like a lioundlcsa Sea The world, all action and reality Ho we nrow oM. A wedding, and a tender wife' cares; A prattling babe Ilia parcnta' life to liless; A home of Joys and rare In iial part ; A dreary watching with a heavy lirarl; And death's drrnd angi'l knocking at the pale, And hope and ronraKO bidding sorrow wn'.t Or her hold ; A new-made grave, ami then a brave re turn To win re the lltn of life triumphant burn Ho we grow old. A fortune and a generous meed of fame, Or direful ruin and a tnrnlidied mini'; A allpplnir offof week and inonlli ami year, Fiiater and fuller in the clone draw neari A grief today, and with tomorrow' Unlit A pleasure that transforms th...

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 August 1892

f'.naresat.anl N.mln.tl... Tlie ftepulillean conference of Oi Pit taentli I'm. Congressional district met at Iwkbaren and nominated A. 0. Hopkins for (.'(ingress. The Uemocrnlle convention for Jefferson county met nt Hrookville, I'a. For Con press, lliiiiniliul K. Hloan was nominated. Tlie Hetnocrntle County convention at Mum I) Chunk. I'n., nnnieri Hon. Allen Craig, of Mnui'h Clnink. as tlie county's choice for Congress in the. Klghtli Congr'es ional district. The Democratic county convention held nt I'nnvllle. I n , nnmcil Million Wolvertun fot Congress. The I'emocrnts of the First Minnesota Congressional district Dominated Congress man llurris by arclaimition. The I'einoerntic county convention at lx khavcn, I'n., nominated H. 8. J'eale for Congress. The Democratic county convention of 1 arkawnnna county, l a., renominated. Iy acclamation, I-emnel Amertnnti. the present Congressman from the KleventU Congres lion nl district. Hon. Jf. N. Cot was renominated for Congress liv the De...

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 August 1892

. ftc Stan Subscription tl.M prr ymr, tot mlrnncr. An liiilopviHlpnt limit phiht, puhtlnlird ovi-ry WMlnilnjr nt Hi'jrnnliNvllli .IcITithoii Co., Ph., ilm-nti'd lo Ihr tiitiWNtH of Hcyncililivlllr .ncUiUfi-mnn county. Non-jmlllloiO.wlll trnjt nil with fiilriK-w. and will N' iv4Hvlnlly friend ly tnwiird the lulMtrlim i'Iii. 8ulwrlitl(in price fl..WM-ryi'nr. In wKnnrp. I'nmnmnlriitlmm Inli-nilcd for piihllrntlnn mtit l n mipiinli'd liv ll wrln-r's niinir, not for pnhllaitlcm, hut nn n gntininlw of curat f nit n. I ti t ! I na ni'WKlttnwilli'lti'il. Advert IkIiik rnti' mnili known on tippllcii tlon nt the otnVt In Arnold' llloek. I,en(tlity nimninnlciitlons nnd rlinncn of ndvertlxementu Hhonld reiii'h this ollh-e ly Mondny noon. Addreiei nil eonimnnlcntlon tot". A. fli'pn imiii, HeynoliNvllle, I'll. Entered nt the ixwtolHee nt Heynoldsvllle, Pa., iw m-oond rlww mull mutter. C. A. HTKPIIKNsn, Drtllnr mid I'ltb. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. ISO! Tbo nopubllonn conforonct? of tint Sixteenth ConR...

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 August 1892

$Tft Stan Nnhimriptmn $l.SO per year, in udvanct. V. A. BTEPHRNSO, P.dltor unit Pub. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892. frtratjelrte' Wle, PiuwnmT train nrrlvo lit tlie llrynolils vllle station a follows: AVtsftrrtrrl. HVrtwfiivf. Tniln , - - 6.M a m.lTrnln (I, - 7.2H a. m. Trnln I, - - 1.00 p. m. Tniln J, - 1.4'.' p.m. Trnlna, - - Mp, m.lTrnln 10, - - n.osp.m. nr.Txoi.Kovii.i.K rosT-orrics. Mulls arrive and Mid leave tlir l-ii9rr follows: Arrive. Depart. rnosi Ttir whot. mnrnit fast. I. 1(1 p. m. - 7.no p. m.lil.in a. m. - - 1T: p. m. roiiMTitritAST. roil tiik vr.tn. T.OOit. m. - - 2.00 p. m,7.no i. m. - - l.ia p. m. Arrives from Hathmrl nm Presenttvllln II. ;) . m. Arrives from Viinlr Tuesdays, Thunliiy and Hutiirdity nt 2.:) p. m. Pepurts for I'resoottvllle, ltntlimel, Punlr S.on n. m. Office hours 7.00 n. m. to 00 p. m. Money order omYe open from i.non.m. to 7.:) p. m. Iteirlstcr office. oMn from 7.00 n. m. Lewd Holiday from 7.00 tos.no n. m. nml from 12.00 to 3.00 p. m. Offl-t open Si...

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 August 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM H ANT FOINTS. Important Xews Items Recelred t W So to Prese. fepltnl, I.nhor and lnitustrlnl, Th Vandalia (Ind.) Railroad linn mode I new nolle for telegraph 0erators. Tht TTiinimnm has been fixed at 45 ir month and all salaries hnve been advanced nhoul (10 per month, making the average about 05. The coal miner who have bten out on fl strike for the past eipht weeks at Hoggs Run, Wellsburg, Moundsvllle and Klni Grove, W. Va., asking 50 cents a ton for the run of the mines, are beginning to weaken. The ranks are being broken by I tome of their number returning to work at the operators' prices. The plumbers of Memphis. Tenn., went on a strike. Two years ago they struck fot shorter hours, and aficr a long tight suc ceeded in effecting a compromise. This time they have one grievance, nnd if they j succeed the foreman will tie a man of ele gant leisure. The plumbers demand that the foreman do no work, inter fere in no way with the tools, but merely superintend...

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 August 1892

ODD HUMAN FREAKS. OSTKX COMPANIONS RLE AND Ct'LTIVATKD PUIISONS. ('Vet of Intercut About Noted Bwtrft, Olnnta, Hcardert Women anil Other People With An normal Characteristics, LM09T everybody is Interested (a the human freak, per haps because there 1j, aside from the cu riosity to ice the tin Uftial, a comfortable 'see-whs t-I-m I g h t-ihnve-bcen sensation ' that causes tho be- Vw J'f'-'ffc holder to become liV ij; more satisfied with for instance, even with tho possibility bclorn him of untold gold and a peaceful old nflc, with no chance ot his becoming charge upon tho community, would CAPTAIN AND MM. BATM. swant to bo a frojr boy, for example? No prosperity in that condition would tempt, and yet the femalo freak who makes a good living, no mater how re giulsivcly she may be physically, never wants for offers for marriage. This sim ply shows how fierce and eager is the .greed of gain at the present time. As a matter of fact the freak is often most intelligent, companionablo, and c...

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 August 1892

r V EXPORTING COFFEE. THE JOURNEY FROM THE BRAZILIAN ORCHARD TO THE OCEAN. The Favorite Amertran llraakniiit Haver age Underjrnee Many Experiences n- ' for II Comri Hrfore l'e Hot and Steaming Flow the Berry la fternred. Coffee is not a shrnb, a is frcnrrnlly apposed, bnt a tree, which, if allowed to go nntrimmed, would attain twenty feet or more in height, but which is gen erally kept down to eight or ten feet fur convenience in picking. A grove cnn be started by burying the berries or from slips. The bitter are preferable placed about six feet apart, and thono plants which have btcn taken from the unrsery with considerable earth aronnd their roots will bear frnit in two years, though their full yield is not attained under four years. It is calculated that 1,000 thrifty trees will yield on a fair average 8,200 pounds of coffee per an num, bnt in some parts of Snn Paulo province the yield is an high as ,.100 pounds. There are two and sometimes three harvests to a year, but after fif...

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 September 1892

J JlKYNOLDyVlIJiK, TKNN'A., WEDNESDAY, SKITEM IUCK 7, 18U2. NUMBER 18. VOLUME 1. 1 V " 1 MITlilKI.Ii, ATT( KN K V-AT-tiA W. tinlea on West Main rtwl. oinoilte the t'oimiicrclnl Hotel, Itcytiold-iYlllf , Pa. J)K. H. kTTTooV Kit. IlEYNOLDNVILLK.l'A. Mcsldmt dentist. In lnilldlna near Mctho flUI rlmri'h. iimmII Arnold lilmk. Ili-nllr-tiesa In operating. ott. JJOTKI, Mit'ONNELL, KF.YNoLUHVlU.K, I'A. VHASKJ. HLACK, 'rojirtWor. The leading hotel of the town. tfi-nitiinr-tera for commercial men. Hiriin heal, free litis, hat li room, mid i-limrta on every lloor, samnle nim, hllllard room, lclriliniin con nections, Ac. IWYNOUWVHXK, PA. OltEKXit fVIA'WKW, I'mprittor. Flrwt 1nm In wry tmrtl.nUr. In tho viry rrntrf nf tin himlnrM tmrt nf (own. Kn 'Imin tit Mini from trntim nnd comtntMllmin HHinplr riHintN for nun mm Mill trnvrlrm. MKIUCAN HOTKIj, HHlM)KVII.LKt PA. ninlntii to miM fmmnll trultiN. Knm 1 mini nl. Hon Ih-iiiim) tttnl .tiflitn KtiN. Hot it tin rtihl w nvr. W rstn 1 TVIf'tmiiili ollh...

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 September 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM MANY POINTS. Important News Item HeoelTSd as W So to Press. (atltnl. Labor anil Industrial. The Chesapeake and Ohio l!iiilnial Cora l"iny har advanced the ni,w of Its firemen 2i per cent, the Increase being based on the wages of Its engineers. Iron strikers at Ithinctunder, Wis., have been rnniilng non-union crews on, of lb tii I lis by force. Disasters, AcclHrni and I'ntnlltlr. The schooner City of Toledo was caught In the north winterly pule und driven on the beach nt Pierpnrt, 18 miles north of Manistee, Mich. She tttrneil completely over nml all hands on himnl were lnt. She was commanded l.y Captain .tolin Mi Mill.n, f this city. Ills two eldest daughter were on board with him. The crew consisted of iz men, A sad accident took place on the Heading railroad at Laurel station on the outskirts of Philadelphia. Knur little hoys minii'il .Inmes Powers, 12 years old, his brother Thomas Towers, ID years old; John Duffy, 12 years, and Onrrctt Dollnrd, II year...

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

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. TT.AItl.S ARK l'OIM't.AR. "Tenils, especially those of odd tint, die popular tltls season for engage in out lings, mid n iiimv stylo of netting for Iho iliiiinoii't 1 1-0 tli ritijf li some what similar to tho broad gold ring - worn by men, but lighter limn tlio man's ring. In thin liitiitl lire hit bedded three diamonds, tlio largest oiio in tlio centre. l)etrolt l'reo 1'icm. Ml. M l:v TIlOSO WllO WAI.KKII S rl.OTIlK. nro interested ill the clothe lr. Mary Walker bus con structed, limy linil tlio description of tlioso filiu now weiiis amusing. Jlcr creascics trousers nro of black broad cloth, us is it t so lier 1'rlnco Albert co;it. From her throat I urn back tin) points of ii standing collar tint in fas tened wilh n diamond stud. A li'aek .mill red fotii'-in-lniod tie In orniiiiieiilcd with n iuiii- eiiibuiich) scurf pin, sot in pearls. A butternut brown over cont, buttoned gni:eis, 1)1 own dogskin gloves mid il sill; Imt complete her cos litnie. Hasten Ti-aiis...

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 September 1892

V 3Tfe Stan SiihinipJion $1.60 jxr year, in advance. An Inrtppcndmt locul paper, putill'hrri every Vednefulnjr nt KeynohHvlllo, Jpffwrmm '., P., ilevmed to the Interests of Koynoldiivlllo unil.Ti'ffernonooiinty. Non-nolltlrnl, will treat ftll with fnirnem, nnil will lie especially friend ly townrrin the InhorltiK i'Iuna. Bnlwrlptlon price l..1fl per yenr, In dvunce. CommunlrMton Intomled fur pulillrntton mint be m-companled by the wrlr' nunie, not for publlrittlnn, hut i simrnntue of food fulfil. Interesting newt Items sollrlted. Advertising rte mde known on applica tion at the ofnee In Arnolds' Hlock. I.enuhty communications and channe of advertisement should reach this office liy Monday noon. ..... Addri'ss nil communication to l A. Htcph nmm, Keynoldsvllle. I'll. Knteredat the nostoltlce nt ReynoldsvHIc, Pa., aa second class mall matter. C. A. KTKPIIf.MHON, Kdltor nnd Pnb. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1892. Tho Mttuburg Tivie Is a llvo dally, giving all the new of the day for tho mail...

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