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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 July 1895

A SUMMER 1HUDE. DAINTY rmKSSKS MA OK KOU A V AS H I O Jf A II tM . V K I) II X O . The Ttrldcamnlris' Toilets, Morning Dresses, Afternoon Krock and Dainty Notion In Ijbwiis Iliitsnml Parasols Mutch. 7T FASHION writer lifts had n view of the trousseau of ft wealthy New York bride in f the room of a metropolitan modiste. Sbo says : First wo saw tho bridesmaids' toilet", and they were dainty and simple to ft ileerce, which mode them tnoro artistio tbnn moiliRh there is ft gat diflorence, you FOR MOHN1VO WEAR. know. It ia to be ft white and yellow wedding, with yellow roses as the flowers. Tho frocks were of white mousseliue de soie, over white initio, ond the skirts were absolutely uutriramed. Around the bottom was ft deep hem 6 S0 DR0P PRE39 AT W0RK curmo C0LD BIIEET STEEL. a . S flniHllAil. ftltnll t-iPfartn whn tinniliAn if I ntif flniolial nn.1 AAmnlnia QnnAnlrA I b DAIXTY EVENIXO GOWX. reaching half-way to the knees. The soft, full waist had immense bouffant sleeves to the elbow n...

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 July 1895

Star Subtcriptiim $1.60 jr vrar, in arfronct. C. A. KTF.PHKNKOS. Krtltor nnd Pub. ' WKDNKSPA V. JULY 24. 181'. An Independent local papor, pnhllhed every Wednoilny at. KeyiinliivlMe. Jelterwin To. Pi., devnted In Ilie Interest!, of Keyrmlilsvlllo and .leffemonronnty. Nnn-pnlltlcal. will treat nil with fnlrnew.nml will heiwperlRlly friend ly towanl the Inhnrlni churn. giihw'rlpllon prleeI..Vlper venr.ln advance. tJnmmiuilcatliwia Inleniled fur milillciitlim mnl he Rcvmnpnnled by the writer's mime, not. for publication, but nn a irnarantee of good full li. IntereMlnu new Items solicited. Advertlln rate niiule known on appllca tlon at tbc oITIit In Arnolds' lllm-k. Lenirlitv eomnmnlcntlons and ehnniro of advertisement, should reach this nlHco by Mnndny noon. Address nil communication, to 0. A. IMcpn euson, HevnoliNvllle, I'll. Kntered nt the pustofflin at Reynoldsville, Pa., nHsei'ond class mtill mntler. Ham's Horn says: "When piwslps moot, tho devil can lt down nnd rest. Only tho wIho...

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 July 1895

I mt Star ubiKription $1.60 per year, in ailmnct. . A. MTRPHRNHON. Kdllar and Pub. WEDNESDAY. JULY 24. 1805. Traveler' flwlb. I'K.wniri'T train arrive and lruve Royn- Idsrllle nit follows! Allegheny Valley linihroy. EnMwitril. Westward. rrntnt), - - .4 . m.lTrnln , - -7.40 a.m. rnin 1, - 1 amp p. m. i ram , I'rnln a - - . ). m.Tmln 10, - - MH p. ni. BKYKOMISVII.I.R PIWT-OVriCI!. Mnlls nrrlve mid lenvo the pcwl-omi-o a ullows: Arrive. Depart. BOM TMM WKST. FOB TIIK KAST. .15 p. m. - - T.nop. rn.ll2.anp. tn - - iuep.ni. rBOMTHKFtST. VOB Tim WST. 00 n. in. - - 2.11 p. m. 17.111 it. m. - - 1.1ft p. m. Arrive from Kathmel nnd I'rwoottvllle I.Hnn.m. Arrive- from rnnlc Tuiimys, 1 linniny mil Hniunliiy t 2.:) p. m. . Di-paH for rrvwotivlllp, Hiitlimel, Panic i.on p. m. otfiVp hour ".onit.m.toR.nnp. m. Money onler nflli'p open from T.OOn.m.tn SKI p. m. Kt'Klstt-r oflli-u open from T.liO n. m. n.im p. m. I-putiI llollilnv from 7."" ins.m n m. nml mm 12.011 to a.tln n. m. K. T. McUAW, r. M. ft...

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 July 1895

Ill New Yolk ou!y eighteen per per ci'Ut of tho population is really American. Tlio barracks built for European soldiers aro generally fur bettor than thu houses of the peasantry. A Connecticut authority say Hint thero nro 0(1,1)00 feeble-minded per sons in this conn try, not one-tenth of whom aro in proper custody. According to Inst year's school con in nearly otio-soventti to bo exact, 21fl.:Ul of 1,507,727 of Chicago's inhabitants wero born on German M. Dander, tho French novelist, alluding to England, speaks of tho Lorriblu cookory of big joints and tho ten, which ho could never bring him Belt to like. Tlio New Orleans Picaynno ex claims: "Many Northerner oonio Bout li in tho winter, nnd that's whoro they mako their mistake. They should como iluwn in tho summer nud keep cool." The first grout stockyard wero built in Chicago nml their (toiontitlo opera tion rapidly roilucoil the price of meat by cheapening handling of cattle. Canning had in Chicago it first great nucleus. Doth le...

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 July 1895

GLASS PAPER.' That Wontd lie a Mora Accurals Da lunation than Pondpapcr. Sniidpnppr nil now nimlo Is fnlso to It mi 1110, for It hni no sand nbout It, llic ilm e if (lint iiintorlnl being now liikon uaiinlly ly powdered gins, which does Itn work W illi vastly greater effect. One of tho tmmt Important opcrutlona !u the fitlirlcntloti of snmlimpcr In tho piilveilzutluii of tho gliiss Into powder of the different grades of Idleness. Com monly nu Iron inortnr I used for this purpose, a lieiivy Iron penile being tho crushing Instrument. Ktiimplng inn chlucry I better. It consists of a stout box, whose Iron altln walls nerve on n bnso for the slumping imiclilnery. In the box, which ran be cloned by a wood en door to prevent wnnle of mnterlul and nlso Injury to tho workman, aro two Iron cylinders In whleh piny the stamps. Those crush the Bin, turning on their own nxlos ns they work. For grading the powder several shift ing cylinders nre necessary, covered with gauze of dllTerent ineHh. Itc...

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 July 1895

AVCWAX'S POSITION. WHAT IT WAS BY NATURE AND WHAT MAN HAS MADE IT. Intf-mlml for Maternity anil HninrkiTiwm, Many Art HrlTn Into Orcnpatlnns That Wera Once Only Fnr Mrn Rnme Very Plain Talk. The nMtornMon of n,ir'tn,nr. tw ever important or timolj, bwomes mo notonous, bnt so Ioiik iib iniHuliii-votis Mens nro prnmnltnttpil they must bo Dirt, ntul iliwrpditiMl, thotiKh It bo seventy time seven nml more. Otln-rwiso tl.o WorM wnuM reiiuin etcniiilly In rrmr, It will bo nrtitiittt'tl, even by tho imwt rnilioiil of tho so cuIIimI wninu'i's rilitM nilvociites. that, in coiif.irmit.v to brr peculiar physical iiK;miz:itin'.i, tlin fe male of tho human into h:is been espe cially oroat imI to pci-furm a Kn''illcv.jv!; in tho clonic! in m i ,i;ui!iy. lliiH in, c. ;.i prchensivcly stati-il, to Lcan-Mlili-cniunl maintain tho homo. On tho othrr liaml, it was manifestly intondoil that, tho ninlo of tho human race shotiM cherish Mid protect her, assuming t ho M-vciev physical labor which must bo pe...

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 July 1895

ir VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1895. NUMBER 12. tttlrtt Vim ffnWrn. pKXNSYLVANIA UAILUOAD. IN KFKKCT MAY ID, ISO.). Philadelphia Erie ltnllrond Division Time Tahle. Trains leave Hrlftwood. KATWAUI 0:04 a m-Trnln s. dally esrept Hnnrtny for rtiiiliiiiy, 1 1 it rt-ltt) i y nnil Intermediate sta tions, nrrlvlnic nt Philadelphia (I: SI p.m., Mew York, 8:31 p. ni. I Hiililiiioio.il: l.i p.tii.i nshlimloii, : p. m I'lillmim I'urlor enr from Wllllnniviimt nnil passenger ronehes from KnniMo I'lillnilelphlii. 3:: p. m. Triiln 8, ilnlly except Cnndiiy for HiirrMiiiiir mid .Intermediate stations, nr rlvlhKHl nillinl'lplilii4::i"A. M.( New Vnrk, 7:: A. M. ! 1 1 tn i li ears from lliirrlhnrii to I'hlliidelphla mid Nc York. l'lilliKli'lpliln pnenircrs rim ri-mnln In sleeper undlstiii lied until ":() A. M. :: p. m. Train 4, clnlly for fnnlniry, Ilnrrls hiinrnnd Interniedliite stations, nrrlvlng lit I'lilliiili-lpliln, 8:.YS A. M. New York, f:; A.M. on week days nnil on f,...

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 July 1895

OUR INDUSTRIAL REVIEW. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. Increasing aud Health? Activity Mani fested Genera1, y. Turing the week )ut ended the general Industrial activity hna continued, reports to that effect coming Irom all qunrtcrs. Num erous manufacturing concerns that have been closed during the business depression have again resumed operatlona.re-einploylng hun dreds of workmen. A gratifying lenture of the week's news is the large number of In stances where the wages of employes have been Inoreaaed; in most of those reported the increase has been voluntary on the part of the employers, and in many in making the announcement the llrms have stated their reason tor so doing, and it has been Iden tical in every ease "Improvement in busi ness." Capitalists engaged In the Iron Industry, which is generally recognized as furnishing reliable gauge of business In general, and is second in Importance only to agriculture, seems to have no doubt that good limes are here and that better times are eomin...

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 July 1895

SEAL HUNTING. IIISTOnY OK TIIK GROWTH OF AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY. Damage Done by Reckless Killing 500,000 Seals Slaughtered In One Year Present Hestrletlons Our Fleet of Cutters. . LL of 'the vessel 7 United States patr Bering Sea are n J" cruising ground, vessel of the i patrol fleet for now oa the snvs the Vew York Times. The headonnrters of the fleet is nt L'nalnskn. At this point tho A 1 risk a Commercial Com pany hns n large conl supply, npon which the floct is permitted to draw. Unnlaskn is also the most western mail point belonging to the United States. Mail roaches there during the laismcr ftt least once a month. The most western limit of thecrnis ins ground of the fleet is Attn Island. This island is in east longitude, and is distant from the Japan coast but a few hundred miles. Attn Island is the most western possession of the United States. It is nt a greater distance to the west than is New York to the east of San Francisco. The islands of St. Paul and St. George, or, gene...

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 July 1895

iTfte Star. Subscription $1.60 per year, in advance. C. A. WTKPHF.NSOW, Kdllor and Pub. WEDNK30AY. JULY 31, 1805. An Independent toonl paper, published every Wednesday nt KKjrnoldartllo, .lofferwin Co. Fa., devoted l) tho Interest, of Keynold.vllle andJenVrnnnrmintjr. Non-pnlttlriil, will treat all with filtnea, and will ho eapeelnlly frlond ly toward the lnlim ln rlu... Runwrlptlun prlcell Viper yenr.ln advance. Uommunli'ittlona Intended for nnlil lent Ion must ho ncrompnnlcd hytho writer', nnmo, not for publli-Htlon. lint a itunrnntna of sood fnlth. lntere.tlnK new. Item, .nllrtted. Advcrtl.lnit rule, made known on nppllra tlon nt the office In Arnold' Work. Lenirhty communication and rhnngo of advert Iwment. nhoiild reach thl. ofllco by Monday noon. Addict nil commuiilcatloni to C. A. Steph enson, lievnoldsvllle. I'a. F.ntered at th potonV at Reynoldnvllle, Tft.. a second .'In, mall matter. Tho railrnnds nro running cheap ex cursion. thl seamm. This in tho season of tho year when...

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 July 1895

m Star ubgcription $1.60 per year, in advance. . A. HTKPHKNftOHI, KdHor and Put. WEDNESDAY. JULY 31, 1805. Travel' snto. PfinmnKor trains arrive and leave Royn dnvlllo follows: ylJcjfAfnv 1Hy Jinihcap. Eastward. Westward, rnln 9, - S.44 a. m.lTrnln , - - 7.40 . tn. rnlnl, - - 1.00 p. m. Train t, 1.42 p.m. rnln S 0.57 p. tn.Trnln 10, - 8.4ft p. tn. nrYnni.nsvn.i.t posT-ornru. Mulls arrive nnd livo the post-office ns llows: Arrlvo. nennrt. ROM THR WltKT. FOB TllS KAST. Ift p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.!2..Tfp. m - - (1.20 p.m. rHOM TnKKAST. HIHTBrT. 00 a. m. S.oo n. m.lMA a. m. - 1.IA p. m. Arnvos from Kntlimpl and Presrottvlllo 1 .HO a. m. Arrives from Pnnln Tucwdnys, Tliurdnyn nd Hnturdiiys lit 2. HO p. m. lVpurm for I'rowottvlllo, Riillimrl, Tnnlc on j,. m. OfflVo hours 7.00 a. m. to ft.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00n. m.to 30 p. m. Kt'Klnter offloo open (mm 7.00 n. ni. oH.oon. m. Lcmil llolldnv from 7.00 tns.on a. m. nnd rom 12.00 to a.Ou o. m. K. T. MetiAW. 1. M. fl Little ot ...

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 July 1895

A Russian economist estimates the aniinnl cost of tho armed ponce In Eu rope at $2,000,000,000. John 1). Rockefeller's wealth In creases, it is said, at the rate of 915, 000,000 a year. The Standard oil magneto will soon have tho $500,000, 000 which it is bis ambition to pos- A railroad i.i building from Omaha, Neb., to Suit Lake, Utuh, of which every employe must be n stockholder. "There will he no strikes on that ronil and little stealing," predicts Ruin's Horn. "The woman who is continually begging money of her hiiHlmnd," says the Mount Vernon Philosopher, in the rhilndolphin Record, "is not likely to loso faith in tho Biblical statement Unit man is made of dust. " Justice Barrett of tho New York Supreme Court proposos a law nudor which 2, 500 of the leading business and professional mon of tho commun ity can be drawn for jury service, from which thoy cannot bo excused unless shown to be physically incapacitated. The Woshington claim agents think that under the income tnx decisio...

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 July 1895

Summer Weakness . la caused ty thin, wealc, Impure blood. To lmvo pure blood which will properly sustain yonr health ml givo ncrvo strength, take Hood's Sarsaparilla The Kngllalimnn'a Neatness. Americana are often puzzled to Ac count for the neatness of attire which dstlngulshr-s most English frentlemen. Few will deny that ns a rule English men are always well dressed. The fol lowing Information comes directly from an English source, and has the weight of preponderant logic on Its side: "Most Americans buy one suit and wear It until they buy another that Is, after the first Is worn too much to ap pear genteel. In England we do the thing differently. Instead of one stilt we buy three or four, or perhaps, half a dozen, at the same time. We wear one suit to day and another to-morrow, changing as often as the fancy takes us. Result, nentness and variety, what Is called being well dressed. It costs a little more to start with, but It Is econ omy In the end. After the first cost. It takes...

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 July 1895

' T " HEAR AN ASSESSOR. HE RELATES HI9 EXPERIENCE AND GIVES A BIT OF ADVICE. lilt I'lnna and I'nverty Prolilrm A larrnt That Wm Chrap Anjr PrlM A Herna In Tpprr Trnilnm An Appeal For ConrtMf to the Amrmnr. Wlirn liy tolHtii? tlio tmth nil nvll Is pcri)otmtP(l, tlicul ft is wrong to toll the tmth. 1 pupinwo that In tlio rciumn n ninny jioiiplo nro doiiin Bixid liy tolling f :1ro1khi1h to iicrsonal ninporty hhsoss im Tlio writer In n deputy nosossor In tho west town, mid nt mwnt ho in com liilliiK n Wile that in full of million oiiil flures. Tho unities nro nil rljrlit, but tlio liinn who Kalrt "flRtirrs riin't lie" tiovor nfwosood poincitiiil rmijiorty. Thero nro iiliout CO of ns iiswsiirs, who form in a lino lit 0 a. in., tnovo np to a window In AfKOHfor Jacob M. Horn's wost town ufllco, Itiiyitmrket Thontor lnilMing, ninl nt nnr books nml blank sohnlnlr. Thoo onlfuklil covered books contain n lit t lo map of somo piir tictilnr district In tho frrent Went Kiile, Wo niovo nut. to tho...

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 August 1895

mm VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, FENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1895. NlLMltfilt 13. Stititroitb fflmc ffnWr. J, !'. X X S Y LV A X 1 A K A I LI K) Al ). IN KKFKCT MAY lit, 1SII.V riilliitli-lplilii Ki ll! linllmiiil Division Time Tnlile. Trains leme Driftwood. KA5TWAHD 9:01 ii m-Tinln s, iliilly rxccnt Hiindiiy fur Niinliinv, lliirrKliiiru nnd Ititi-rmiilliitcstii-ilini. inilvlnu tit liilliiili'liililn tl:SI p.m., Nrw Yolk, :.': p. m.i lliililnniriil:IA p.m.! Wiisliinuton, 7::i p. in I'lillnniti I'mlni i'ar fiiini lllliinipciit mid pnweiwr i'iiiic'Ih'h finm K In 1 'li 1 1 ii .t.-l li) i . :i:;wn. in. Trnln . dully except fnnniiy fur lliirrlolnli'ir nnil Inti'i nirillnl' l lit Inn, nr ilvlimnt I'lillmlrlpliln :' A. M.) .Nc York, ;:;tl A. M. I'lillninn MecpliiK curs from H.iiTlsliniir tn I'lilliiilclpliln unci New York. I'hllmli'lplilii piiioi'iiL'i'ri mill remain In sleeper iindl-tili lieil mil II T:(t A.M. 9:M p. mi. Train 4, dully fur Siinliiiry, lliirrls liurii mid InHTtiiiillilte kIii...

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 August 1895

FROM THE LABOR WORLD. LEAVINGTHE AMALGAMATED Th Pudcllera' Movement far a Separate Organisation, Nineteen lodges of puddlers In the Youngs town district held meetings Hnturdny night nd resolved to withdraw from the Amalga muted association and form an exclusive puddlers' union because of the refusal of the officers of the association to support their demand that the baseot the boiling scale be filed at 4. BO per ton. Ayers lodge adopted formal resolutions of withdrawal. Tlie feel ing among the puddlers Is very bitter to ward the Amalgamated officials, whom thejr claim have used their Influence in fuvor of the flnlshors to the datrlment of the pud dlers. A Glass Boom at Wellsbrug. There la a very decided boom In the glass business, about Wellsbnrg, W. Va. The Brooks' Glass company on Saturday put lire In Its furnaces ami set pots preparatory to work in full. The Hlverside lilnss Company will resume In full August 0, the end of the six-weeks' shut down enforced by the Amer ican Flint ...

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 August 1895

IRON AND STEEL MARVRTiOl'9 GROWTH OF PITTS IIl'KCi'S URKAT INDUSTRY. Its Numerous Tllnst Furnaces, Roll ins Mills nnl Steel Works An Immense Outfit Women Work In Mills. y OME startling statistics rcgard- ing tho iron and steel industry JLO of rittsbtirg have just lecn mado public by tho annual statistical report of tho American Iron nd Htecl Association. Thoy were compiled by James M. Swank, tho general manager of the association, ml wero presented to tho members. Mr StV u 41,. nl,li.l,. f !, T. end Steel Bulletin and recognized authority on tho matter. His figures may he accepted rs rcliabln. I'ittlsbnrg, says correspondent of tho Now York Journal, has now twonty seven blast furnaces, twenty-nine steel works and thir!y-fonr rolling mills. In 1892, when the iron industry was booming, there were prod need in the twenty-six blastfurnaces (tho number existing at that time) 1,775,357 gross tons of pig iron. In 1893, with one moro furnace, tho total production was 1,697,207, or only 78,0...

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 August 1895

Star. HuhrrrijitinH ft. HO mriimv. C. A. MTKFIIKNnnN, l:tltr mid I'nb. Anlinli'pi'ti'li'tit Im'til puprr.pn(lUhi-f1vrry WediH".i'iv nt Ili-vimliNvllli., .!rlTVrMn To. F., ilnviiirrt tn i hi! liilvn-HiH of Hi-ynnlilivlMo nml .Ti'lTrrxon con nt v. Nnn-imlltlnil, will tii'iit nil with fuliin"w. mill will In-ipwliilly friend ly towimN I In ItilHirttis i1:ih. PulMiTlpllmi pi'li-i'fl.AOpi'ryi'nr.ln ndvnnro. Oonitmnilriitlmi liiti-mli-il for imlillriitlim mult be iiii'ompnnli'tl liy Mm wittrr' tinmi not for pnlillciitloii, lint n n Kiiiiriititi'n of frond fulfil. Intiri"tlnit ni-w Iti'nii ollcltril. Advi-riMnir riilt mnili- known on iipplli'ii tlm nt tin- nfhVp In Arnold' Hloi'k. I.onirlity I'lininiiinli'iitlnin find rlinniro of nrtvortlw-nirnii nIihiiIiI ri'ni'h Hits oltli-u liy Mondiiv noon. Ailtlri-w nil oimniinlrnt Ions to ('. A. Hlrpn cnon, Hi'vnoMvllli I'n. Knti'ri'il nt tin po4iotlii'i nt Hrynoldnvllh', Pn.. n lorond rlnii mull ninttiT. ChiM'ffnlniw Is mi fxoi'lli'tit wchi-Iiic qual...

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 August 1895

mt Slav Subttniptinn tl.fiO per yenr, in mrnmr. 0. A. nTKPIIKNMON, Kdttor mid IMib. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7, I805. rvovrlrvs' Wulbr. rnonpr trnlns nrrlve anil leave Kryn olilsvlllr in follows: AUniheny Vttltty lMhrini. KnM wii'rtl. Westward. Train V, - - 41 a. m.lTriiln , 7.41) a. m. Trnln I, - l.im p. m. Train S, - 1.43 p.m. Trnln a - B.;YJ p. ni.lTniln II), - MH p. m. nitvmn.KKVtM.it riwr-orricn. Mall arrive unci leave the post-onVe as follows: Arrlvp. Depart, mint tiik wkst. rott tiik r,sT. I. lit p. in. - - 7.il p. m.llJ.Sop. m - - n.Jiip. m. mint Tiir r. r. you tub wt, non. m. - - 2M p. m.U.lJ a.m. - 1 1.1 p.m. Arrive from liiilliinrl nnd rren'ottvllln II. :in. m. Arrives friun I'nnlr Tiiesilny. Tlumlny anil Snturilfv nl -.:m p. ni. Dcmiis for I'rvwiitt villi', Katlunrl, I'aliii' 3.nii p. in. onto linur n. tn, (of. oil p, m. floury nrilrr oltlfc open from T.OOn.m. to T.:ili . in. U.'nl-lt'i iillli c upi'ii (nun 7. Kin. in. to s.mi p. ni. I.eirnl 1 1 1 lli v from 7. no toH.nn 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. — 7 August 1895

It is mid tlint mote than linlf of the) prominent physicians of Now York City nre Southern men. j (lrcn Victoiin onco mIiI of tho women of Irclnnd (lint every third Irishwoman sho bbw til) beautiful Bcwnro of clnntjr, musty, cnrpots better sweetness ntul n bare floor. Remember, ton, tlmt, tlio presence of sunlight is unfavorable to liu growth of Imctcriii. Tho New Orleans Picayune opinos tlmt "England has a big reform job to tncklu if it attempts to scttlo the Homo of Lords nml get rid of tUo barmaids all at once." Thero aro 4S2 churches in Now York City, aud their annual contribu tions for current expenses nnd chari ties amount to about 85,51)0,000. Tlmro nro thirty-flvo theatres in tho city, which tike in something liko 80,500,000. Tho Chicago Beeord notices that tho vorsatilo Kaiser Wilhclin opens cannls with tho Kiimo grnco nnd enso with which ho mnkes Hpoeches, writes poetry, composes songs, drills soldiers, paints pictures, sails yachts aud ex tinguishes villngo fires. The Trn...

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