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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 August 1895

I Can't Sleep Is the complaint of many nt this season. The reason In fouml In tho fnet that tbs nerves nro weal; nnd tho body In a fever nml unhealthy condition. Tho nerve ltmy lie restored ly Hood's Harsnparilla, which feeds thorn upon piim blood, nml thin tiiedtcinn will also create nn appetite niul tonn up tho system, nud thus ivn swuut rclrcMiinii sloop nu I vigorous health. Hood's Sarsaparilla In tho iinlrtmn blood purlfler prominently in the puiillu ) toilny. (1 1 six for 3. UMAJtM DItlei ''t harmoniously n009 S rUlS lbsid's Sarsnpsrtlia Health In Onnpowdpr Mill. Apart from tho diitittor of explosions, which, by tho wny, ore loss frequent tlmn I Rfticralty supposed, gunpowder mllln or fxeoeillniily healthful places. Such a tlilna n n workmnn dying of oniinutnptlon In iiulionril of, the expla nation bi'ln tlmt tlin constant breath ing into tho lung!) of dust In bcnWUMnl to them. 1'von horse employed In gun powder mills are found to be fatter and Meeker than their fellow from th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 August 1895

A HOTEL GHOST. Tim KiTtlTe f i Slnmilnr Btirrlne of t.nril mid I.siIt Dunritvi'n. Apropos of n report Hint tlw Drpvoort Hutiso wim to bo 'lnnfil, whlrli was lr Iilt'd, howi'ViT, thi-rnl n vtorjrtlmt Linly DunniviMi lms bwn known to toll about tlift fiiiiinrm old imi. Tlio nimiti'ss is nV Soiilxd by thoso whu know lu-T uo a wo wim Hindi more incllni'd to roinmon sctiso tbun to fjliost hmmti'd Cork limo, even with Dr. JiiIiiipuii's mtthority. Mm tisoil to ti'll tlio fact In tlw tnlu simply for what thry vr worth. It wns mom than 0110 tlrcwln nfj, yours lieforo tlio Valkyrie Was tin mylit of, wlii'ii Ijord Diinravcn was first liitrr rstod in thn mining rru;ioii of northern Michigan. Hi) mid Dady Dimravcii wini staying in New York for a few days be fore starting west and had taken im him nt tlio Iirovoort plrasant rooms, v 'lli a view of thn nvonno jiihI n ni'-e :i'i: of Washington squaw. The lh : t u ; being tired with their voyag' yj 1 v 1 ' rnrly to bed, bat, ns it. Iiiippi . .1, t.;...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

IP VOLUMK I. KEYXOLDSVILLE, PKXN'A.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1805. NUMBEK 11. :-. ur .: EEJOB 4 -TIIK- Job Work Department -(IK- i lit' niiii v'inv,; In rt'pU'te willi llio Lattt Stylos of Typos. st: I5SCH! iron ti 1 k stak AND (1KT AM, THE Local, County and State News tor $1.00 a Year. BING & CO. Summer Dress Goods! Prices greatly reduced. Now is your opportunity to secure a good supply at Lowest Possible Prices. Investigate for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere. Es pecially is to be noticed a full line of 131nck Dross Goods! All the lesser articles pertaining to Children's and Ladies' Ware to be secured cheaper than ever before. Even though you care not to purchase, call and examine for yourself this fine line of SUMMER D11ESS GOODS at BING & OOS. TRUSSE :3GAN LIGHT. COOL, Eat? 10 Wear. :sopreHureoa A Nounderstrapt, Never move Olio : ..I. 1 L'RfcD AT BUFFALO. N.Y. i I Recommended and Endorsed by Highest Authorities. MYE.RS BROS., "The Drurjrjtets. put on itself. 61. Lou...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

t ALL OF ONE CREW LOST. . TWO OCEAN DISASTERS. Two Veesela Sink Within a Few Minutes After Striking-. - The British ship Prince Oscar, from Liverpool, Captain Henderson, collnlo.T In mldoccan on July 11 with nn unknown nil ing vessel. Both slilfit stink In less thn 10 minutes, filx members ot the erew ol tlis I'rlnce (Hear nnd nil on board the unknown vessel were lost. The survivors 17 In num ber, weie ressucd by the ithlp PhArwar, after having teen confined In nn open bout, with neither (cod nor water, for three day. They were transferred to the British steamship Capae, from Pljnn.ua, nad brought to l'litla delphtn on the Nib. 'lhe names of the lot are: William Knlgbt, cook, of Bomb Hhlcldt; Oscar Nell eon, seaman, ot Chrlettnnlnt R. Peterson, teaman, of lienmnrk, AugioU Carton, deck boy, of Oatcnd; I. ltelap, of Douglas, isle ol Man: J, Anderson, steward, of I, Ivor pool; the entire orew of the unknown vessel. Those saved nnd landed In the Capan were: Captain John Henderson, Mate ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

WOMEN FARMERS. THRV HAVE THFIR OWM TiAMD ASI 10 TIIKIR OWN WORK. The linnil Ik nlven Away One Hundred Families it. Work on the Rnvcnswoml Farm on liOtig Island. TV MEKTCAX traveler on the European Continent are of JQl ton greatly shocked by see (C ing women working in the fields along with the men, and come home congratulating themselves that they live in a country where such things cannot be; but now, writes Miriam Dudley in the New York re corder, there are women farmer in America; and so far from feeling it a hardship, they are as happy as chil dren over their work. On the Ravenswood farm in Long Inland City, tinder the management of the Annotation for Improving the Con dition of the Poor, men, women and children all work in the fields to gether. Five women have farms of their own, and do almost all the work themselves. These farms are the result of an ex periment made last year by the Mayor of Detroit, in which he attempted to convert to the use of the idle poor the lands lying ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

tiulwriptinn tt.oo per ymr, in (tilnimr. '. A. nTKPIIUINWo. D.llt.ir nnl I'ub. WKDNKSDAY, Al"(;l'ST 14. IS'.i:.. A n I iiilxiM-mli'tM Inriil minr. imlilNlicil every rilt'i'Mliiy lit Itrytmlilsvilli', ,li'lTt'rnn t'n. Va., ilevoicil to the lntere-.t of HeynoliNvlllo nnd .IrlVcrnoneotniiy. Non-polltlf:i'l, wilt t rent, all nllli Inline', nnd will lie especially frlcnd lv Inward- thi' liilntfliiir cle-'. yuh-oTlpttitn ilii 1 ,w venr. In iidvance. 1 nmmutiiciitlnti Inlcndcii for tmUlii-Htii'n niut be aeenmiinnlt il ly the writer'., mime, nt for "iMii'iiilon, lint ti n tuuiinti-e of pmvl fnltli, I merest llitf new Item ..iillclted. dvertNlmr rule? made know n on applica tion at the nltlce In Arnnlih' Hindi. I.cnirlnv 'otiuiiiinli'iitlniw anil chnmrc of advertisement". limilil reach ttiU i1T1-o hy MoiuIkv noon. Allri"M all cimimntilcntlim to i A. Stcph niHiti, ltevmiMvllle. I'n. . Filtered' nt tin- otoHliT nt Ui-ynoliKvlllr, Vil.. iih tt'roml class mall Hint lev. A totnl fllip of tho moon...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

1TJe -fc Star. Snhnrriplhn tl.00 jmt irf in nilrnnrr. k't A. RTKPIIKKMni Kdltor mid l'nb. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14. 1805 rncnutT train nrrlvo and lcuve Keyn ldsvlllc hi follows: Alliylnii'l V(llr;l Hiiihrtni. Kiisiwiird. ' Westward. n'rnlnli. - tUI n. nvlTnilii It,- -7 1'M.in. I rain I, - - .i p. in. I niln - - 1.4: p. in. rutin a - (I V p. m.lTinln li, - s.tsp. m. IIKYNOI.IIXV II.I.K IHIST-OI'KH'K. Mntts urrlvii mid lriivti the imst-olTlfe lis follow: Arrive. I'rpnrt. IIOM Till'. WKST. mil TIIK KAT. .1.1 p. ni. - - .im p. m.lJ.:m p. m - - u.'.'n p. m. FIIOM TIIK Y T. I'OH Til K W I'.ST. "On. m. - - a.im p. ni.l7.1A n. ni. - - I. IS p. in. Arrive from I;i1limcl nnd rrceott Hie l.:fin. ni. Arrive from Pnnlr Tncdiiys, Tliurdiiys mil Hiitimlav nl p. m. Departs for l'reseottvllle, riutlimcl. Tunic !. p. ni. Officii hour 7.nn n. m. tos.nn p. ni. loncv order otTleo onen from 7.nnn.m. to rT.30p.ni. Hi'UlHter rrftlci! open from 7.im n. ni. o . p. ni. l.eirnl llnlldav from f.On to. 00 n. m. nnd ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

There are no fewer tlmn four Euro pean banks iu Yokohama, nnl in nil Japan 1 '2, all with lnrge capital. One-third of the. bicycle sold tlm fnr in 1HD5 wen; for women's line. In JH9I dm women's bicycle were ouly five jut ront of the sale. A proposition has beou made by A Htvr England paper to hnve Ilia lieu wen liny up the abandoned fnrniii in JsHHlorii Stnte mi l turn lliem iulo game preserve. Hnviintinli, (in., is becoming n manu facturing eitv of considerable import ance. The new of tlmt city give a Hid of tl)lt pliiiitii, willi a cnpitnl of $t,IV.!t.5l0, employing 2.HH.1 hand. Typewriting now bus a legal status iu IVniiHylvniiiii, tliu lt Legislature having enacted a law declaring tlmt All t.yprwritiug shall have the same cgnl force aud elleut an ordinary writing. ' Hays the llnston Transcript : "The bicycle in doing more to bring uliotit Arcss reform than couturio of exhor tation, even nccoiupHiiiHil by heroic example by Mrs. Hlooiner, coulil ac complish." The report of tho pub...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

Impure Blood Manlli-slt Hwlf In hi v, filmpli'S, bolls awl cthi'r r-tiiiliins whli'li illslltfiir" thn fin-c nnrl mu 'iiln nml nnimjiitu'n. liy inirlfvlnq Jim IiIkoiI Huml's Kiirxnpiirllla romih-lnly enrrs thisn trnuMi ari'l rli'ars the slilii. Homl's H:ivsii.nrill;t iivironis Hint tlri'il. drxwy (cnlltiK so ift-mTHl nt tliif si"aon iinJ ftiym sin-net li nnl vinor. llMniml'r Hood's Sarsaparilla Is thn only true blinl purlhVr prominent ly lu thn putilli! ryo tmlny. 1 si forts. IfftArl'e Dille ,'"rn liahtntal i-milr. nOOU S r 1115 tlnn. I'rii'fKki-vlits (irncial Custer's Last, Fight. ".lime t'tiMPr struck Nlltlhtt Hull's imiiIii Hull nnd cinii i l.v putstirx It arross thtMlMilp Into Hip Utile Hlg Horn III Iry. lvii'i'tltiK lnttl, lip (loliiihi'il Major llono with seven of hi twelve coin:inlpft to omm tho I.lttle Itlg Horn, flesivnil It, anil strike tlip fop from the wsl; lint llono was tioiii attacked ami lipid nt buy, lielng iM-siegerl In nil ttioro tlmn twenty four hour. Meantime, M...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 August 1895

8ACTERIA AND COLORS. Pine Inr Kill tlcrm. hrt : t Milch AflVlt Tin-in. AMiohkIi InvpytltcifMi V : : ' 1 tilln, i xi'i iimriiti'irt lui'ii:il 1 ' ' ly iiitnvil ii'i to tho i i ,,, i field of llii' mm' rnys vliii'lv in imwt ef ficient ill net ion im imrlrrin niul fiinwl. Tim linrniry lui" Nth nmffrmoil by Professor H. Miirsliall V;vil, t'i vliom til" lIllUIKllt IKVM'lVll III tllll IMIItHO l)f Inn work Hint t!io v ' 11 ' i tho iiiiKtioii, Whfrh iy nil' the mont rft'ivtivo fliii'c? ini;J;l Iii' l.i : I 1 1 . .) 1 1 ; ! hy phinitiK the ri1,iv i i'I iidh li-.vcil HI'"') tin' film of i!""t'-, tiinl it tlvonl (In- rtTii'h !.yi,;i'li' r, i i m ;i;uil. lcli;i ior, necuriiinu n lin uilni-rnt. groups of r:iys fi ll n, n l'., iiiuiliir Wonls, by olitainiiiK i) photograph of tilt' spivtnitn in living niul ile.nl lv,.'ti rhi. Till' IT-DlllH lloWil ''liiclr.sicly Unit the ravH Hint, kill t ho l.iiotrri.'i r.ri' tho Mho tuul violet i lies. An oV ..rrv.it .ml Win iiiuilo. iluruiK tho invest i,ai ion ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

mm VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, 1'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 21, 185)5. NUMI5EK 15. 14 JOB -T1IK- Jol) Work Department OK- Tho Sinr OHico Is replete AvitU tlie Latent StyleH of Types. HU nsi'HTIMO FOR Til K KTA I? -AND 1KT Local, County and State News tor $1.00 a Year. BING & CO. " Summer Dress Goods! Prices greatly reduced. Now is your opportunity to secure a good supply at Lowest Possible Prices. Investigate for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere. Es pecially is to be noticed a full line of Black Dress Goods! NOTIONS! All the lesser articles pertaining to Children's and Ladies' "Ware to be secured cheaper than ever before. Even though you caro not to purchase, call and examine for yourself this fine line of SUMMER DRESS GOODS at BING & OOS. TRU A tver move, i Ono t " of . PPALO, N. Y., Recommended MYERS BROS., Drurjrjists. St. Louis, itself. ed States, 3AM 'H '. 1 MCHT, OCL, :o Wear. - ;r assure on ..t or Hjck. untlerttrmpa. favorable." LflNGET, London, Eng., 1891. "The tur...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

NOTES FROM WASHINGTON.! A DESERTED CITY- Jim Dead at a College Town During Vr cut Ion. This it the tlrno of year when Washington is "dead." Everybody who can gets niriiv from the hot concreted pavements, Hint lu-j tensity the heat find never cool o(T, and took' mora genial ellmo. Washington U thoroughly lacking In summer amusements; and the best one ciin do in to ride In the elec tric cur to the iitmrtm. While I ho well-to-! do have Utile trouble In dosing IhHlr home!) and seeking the seashore or the mountains,! the tamtlics of tnnnjr ol the Government clerks, even those In the lowest grades, nrel In many enure nhlo to llnd muting plnco' with relatives or friends In tho Northern homes from which they enme. There la a perceptible thinning out of the say proecs lon of shoppers nnd visitors to the dry goods stores, which can be noted on the principal business streets every pleasant afternoon, and tbe contrast la marked with the opening dayi ot October, when nearly everybody returns to ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

RED CROSS DOGS. TRA1XKD TO ftKKK OUT WOC.lKI 80LIMF.RS. When They Kind a Wounded Soldier They Kneel So That He Van Help lllmsrIMo Medicine logs lraw Stretchers. "T I'CITF.XICIT, near Cologne. In I f the Khitieland, is the home of V Jean Unm-art, tho nnimal painter aud nniinnl lover, who is nt present enjned upon an inter inft experiment in iIor training. After success in training dogs for active nrmv duty, reconnoiterinff, sen try and messenger iorvioo success certillcd to liy Ihe German Govern ment Mr. Bitngnrtr, turned li in at tention to a new branch ot the work, and is the first to train dogs for boa ilnl mill ambulance service. First of till, when scarce six months old, the puppy mud lenrn to oliry, to nnswer ti the ordinary commands, "Come lure," "I'mvn," ".Speak," "Forward, mareh," niiil the like. Then he ih taught to wear his har ness. This l:t consists of fol iar, sailcloth rug tightly rolled, and two saddle hairs, each with two compartments, to carry dog biscuit, bandages,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

fcltc j5tar Hiilixcrijilim $t.M ),cr inr, in mtntnrt, v. A ftTi-:iiiKMM, v.illtor nnl Putt. WKPN'K.sOAV, AlGl'ST 21. ISIi.V An liidi'pciiil'-nf local jmpiM', ntilillslicd every V'riliicninv nt l!"Vlii'Wvllli, .IHIi'lsoll Cn. T'n., devoted to till' tilt i-ri1 m of Itivilolilsvlllo nnd .letTersiiii county. Non-iolltl'-iil, will treat nil with fiiirncis mill w ill In-especially frloml ly tnttiltds I'll liibr.iln chi-, Piiiwcrlpt Inn re ice 'l.nnpor vonr. In mlvnnoo. ('oiiiniililloiitloiis Inti'iiili'il for iillillriu Ion must In o-iip:iiili-d liy tin' writer's inline, ti.it fur nnlilh-atlon, lint ni n minriintco of gvl fiilili. liitrri'-illiii; ni-i' lli-ni solicited. Ailvi'i'i uin rates made known on tinnllrii tlon at the iiVilce in A i 1111I1N' ItliM'li. I.imiIiiv oiniinntili-atlivm mill rhiiniro of nclvrtUi-'nu'iit should reach tlil ntllro hy Monday tlonll. AIiivh nil lcnmlcatlons to ('. A. Stephen-urn, Vt-veolilsvllle. I'll. Kiitrred' it' th, i,i.totN'-o nt lteynoldsvllli", f-i.. u...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

die it &tnr bKcription (t.00 per yrtir, in ailranre. A. KTI'.VIIKNSO. Kdltor uml Pnb. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21. lWtt. (T votrlcv' 03ultr. Pmcnwr trains nrrlvo and leave Heyn- dnvllle as follows: Allnliniy Vallry Jhiihnni. Eastward. Westward, ralnn, - - (Ml ft. m.lTraln (I,- -7.-t0n.tn, nihil, - - 1.(10 p. m. Trnl n 2,- -l.l'Jp-m niln it - - (!" p. ni.n ruin 10, - - s.-ts p. m, nr.vsim.iwvii.i.r iivr-orrtcK. Mali nrrivo mid leave tho post-ofncc lis Hows: Arrive. IVpnrt. HOM TIIK W KPT. rOK TIIK KAST. IS p. m. - - 7. no p. m. 113.30 p. m - - .'. p. m. V1IOM TIIF. FAST, t oll TnK W KST. 00 n. m. - - 8.00 p. m.lM.1 a. in. - - 1.15 p.m. Arnvci from Hnthmel nnd rrcscoltvlllo !.:k)ii. m. . Arrives from rnntn Tuesdays, ninriiays nd Saturdays nt 2 1 p. m. lii-prirts lor rrescmiviiic, wuium-i, i iimu 00 p. m. ofllre hours'.nn n. m. tos.nn p. m. Money order nnVe open from T.nOa.m.to :to p. rn. KcKlstcr ofllcu open from 7.00 ft. m. 1 S.nn p. m. t.niiii Holidays from 7.00 to S.fln n. m. and rum ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

It is estimated Hint the United plates linn fully '2,000 separate railway Companies. The Slato of Oeorgin 1ms developed jrreatly since tlm war, tin- estimate flow reaching tlm total of 8251, IKKt, 124. London ran boast of more parks llnd commons tlmn any other city in tilt) world, and the number in being Constantly augmented. Mux Meyer, a Bavarian writer, es timates tlint investment iu electrical improvements pai I n prolit of from W to 10 percent in the years IS'.W-vH. "Hunger" says Carroll 1. White, the labor expert, "has caused more Jnen to commit petty crimen than any thing else. Of (!,0."S homicide in 18110, ft, 1)0(1 Im.l no trades." There are hull' a million Swedes in tlm country, nml they uro said to he richer on the average than tho Ameri cana. The Swedes, hi a rule, tu BoWr, industrious nud extremely eco nomical. Francis Wilhird wants to Know why Iiioii aro not more beautiful, ami, ac cording to the New Orleans I'louyutie, n good many young men, ntiil oi l ones, too, spend...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

MANY USES FOR PAPER. Inventl ve Yanheea Have Devised lont Pecnllar Modee of Kmptoylnsj It. ' We have had thr golden age and tha Iron aire anil various other age, Imt the present will probably be known na the wooden or paper age. Paper dress mnlerlul masquerading as silk la thn latent Invention In the tiarer line, and threntena to drive the silkworm out of business. Spruce saw-duet, cotton or jute waste and alcohol are put Into the machine and mine out at the other end shining, dellrately colored, rustlluii allka. suitable for the moat fastidious lady's gow n. Of course, this pnper atlk doesn't near ao well aa the real fabric, but think how much cheaper It will be! Enthusiastic paper manufacturer ay the new woman and the new man will dine off paper dishes. It la not Improbable that the hat of the future will be an Indestructible paper affair, Impervious to tire or water. Over In 1'arla any enterprising milliner will be able to aliow you stylish bonnets and beta made entirely of pnper...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 August 1895

WATER POWER. American and Knmnran Mellimtn of rln It In a Largs Way. Tim Htiitiiliiril Ainmii'im im-tlinil of ntilizhiK ii Iiiik" uiiioimt of water jviwor liiw hitlipvto liii'ti to (liNtriluito tlio wit ter to tlto mtvcrnl ooiiNutiicni or mill nwwr by titratm of n nyotom of lu-ml tact's, bo culled, villi fiidilition for Hh (llwlmixpnt it lower level, to lie nttliwtl n tho owner or lessen uv lit, nnil koii ernlly on lti own ii'fiiiinen. Thin liil to lotift howl ennui mid to tiiHltif flcmtt tnil riwcH.wln'rt'itH the Niititrii pliiiitcon ristx of n common tuil rum, n inilo in id n liulf Inn jr. with einiiinii'iitively tiiHijinlll citnt liewl r;icen. Tim old timo wnter power rumpmiy koM or leaned the rijrlit to draw a dt'liiilte imiiutity of water at defined times, Willi tlio privileKO of iliH clmrjrinj' it nt a lower level, and tltn mill owner did tho rest, whereas nt KiiiKitra Fall tlm right In leaned to (lin clmi'xt n ilellnile qtiunlily of water into tho tailraeetiinind, wilhtliepri...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

VOLUME 1. REYNOLDSVILLE, PKNN'A., WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1IW5. NUMHElt 10. JOB -Till Job Work Department The ttinr Ollico Is lvplclo with tho Latrst iSlyh'H of Typox. SKUSCIfl 151': I'dl! Ti l 10 STA.Il. am) n:r am, tiii: Local, Gountu and State News lor $1.00 a Year. BING & CO. m Summer Dress Goods ! Prices greatly rtMhu t'il. Now is. jour opportunity to wouro a good supply nt Lowest Possible IVici's. Investigate for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere. Es pecially is to ho noticed a full line of JJlnck Xross Goods! NOTTONB! All the lesser articles pertaining to Children' and Ladies' Wan; to be secured cheaper than ever before. Kven though you care not to purchase, call and examine for yourself this fine line of SUMMER DUESS GOODS nt BING & OCX'S. TRUSSES! AM '4 .o V car. ;.:''Mure on ' ;.s or Back. A i ml erst rapt. .rvcrmovn, f Quo k,n of : FPALO, N.Y., TJocoininoudod and Endorsed by Highest Authorities. MYERS BROS., DrUQQlStS. st. Lout, itself. Eminent physicians of the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

THE INDUSTRIAL SITUATION WORK AND WAGES. Continued Imnrovement In Various Line More Work and Better Pay. . The Beaver Valley It enjoying a season ot prosperity inch M l has not had for J turn. With very few exceptions, nil the workshop lid factories ere running, meny of them on double turn, while a a rnle. ere good, and the prospects ere they will be better. A timber of plants thet here been Idle for lenf lime ere bring put In operation, while ether ere Increasing their capacity by ad ditional bulldlnK end the employment of ad ditional band. A Gigantic New Mill. Wore on the new merchant mill being built by the Junction Iron end eteel company, at Mingo Junction. ., le programing repldly, and the Immense foundations ere nearly com pleted. Machinery le arriving daily, and eome Idea of the gigantic proportion! of the new mill can be obtained from the fact that the epokee ot one of the fly wheels made two carloads. Rolling Mill to Start. The rolling mill at Brilliant. O . will be pet In ...

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