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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 September 1892

Subucription ft. SO per year, in advanct. C. A. KTKPHKNAONt Kdllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 18D2. I'awnicr train arrlvo at the Rrynolds- vllle station a follow: EauticarA. Wtatvard. Train ft, - - .M a m.ITrnln . - 7.29 a. m. Train 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train Z, -1.42 p.m. Train 8. - t.M p. tn.lTraln 10. - .W p. m. urtkomwvii.i.c iwtT-orrica. Mnlln arrive and and lravo the post-office an follow: Arrive. Depart. raoM Tria wrftT. roRTHKSAST. 1.15 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 10.10 n. m. - 12 :10 p. m. roa rnaaAOT. rnRTntwrsT. 7 .CO a. m. - S 00 p. m. 17.00 a. m. - - l is p. m. Arrives from Rathmol and Prrsrottvlllo 11.30 a.m. Arrives Trom ranie Tuesdays, l luirmiys riel Saturdays at2.W p. m. Denarta for I'rescottvllle. Rathmnl, runic 1.00 p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. to A.flO p. m. Money order ofnVo open from 7.00 n. m. to 7.30 p.m. UvRlsterofHcu open from 7.00 a. m. to son p.m. Legal Holiday from 7.00 toS.OO a. m. and from 12.00 to 3.00 p. m. Office open Biinday from 0.00 a. m. to 10.00 a.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 September 1892

A, POLYGLOT CITY. h BOM DAT AMI ITS ritOMINEXT . l'KATUllKS. Teople From All PnrM of tho World . "-A fltmly In Varied Humanity Women Weighed Down With Jowclrjr. OMBAT, writes Winslow Anilcrson in the Pan Frnnclsco Chronicle, is ono of tho chief cities in India, nml for beauty of scenery, as well n commercial ndv An tilles, it is tnmir- '"TpvJ (1 pwl by any otlior 'tid TV- i.i'.nsicrn citv. II Is y . . vY 'iLi.sitiialcJ on one of tho Vt?- " . ,11""-v Minds thnt I! x'k ''vilionnil on tho In- i w -linn const of the An- v. --. - bian rVn, having nn hrcn of nhout twenty-two squnro miles. Tho front of tho city open on n w ide hnrhcr which is studded with'islands nnd jutting promontories, iriving secure shel ter to the fleets of merchantmen. Bombay has n stormy history. It was the earliest settlement uf tho British in India. The island was coded to the English crown in I CM ns part of tho dowry of the infant Catharine of I'orlu trnl on her marriage with Charles II, In 1008 it was granted t...

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

GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS DEATH OF A WELL KNOWN EDITOR R Wm Noted Both in Literature and Politic. Bit itch of Hi Llfa. tlporfie Wllllnm Curtis ilion" Thursday nt Ills home In Livingston, f. I. Hp sins Con dons to the Inst ami suffered no rmln. Dr. Krntik Q. Oirlls his son, wns In iittrnitnnrii and Mrs. and Miss Cnrlis were irosfnt, Mr. Cnrlis was sick nlmut 2 months from ome unknown iliscn of the stnnim-h. Ho sulTercd much nliiupto two or three days before his death. The funeral was held in I'rld.iv and was private. At the linusi- t'reat privacy wns liuiiiilniiii'il. Tlicre was no crape upon the iloor and the usual sins of moiiniin were omitted. V,r?w CilOTtnlt W. ITRTta, Oeortre William Curtis was horn nt Provi dence, II. I., IVlirunry '-'t, ls'-'l. After leav ing school lie was for a vear clerk ill a mer cantile house in New York, and in Wi went, together with ail cider hro'hcr. to the Uronk l-'arni Socialistic instittilinn at Hiv hury, Mass. In lst( he went to l-'.nroH. Heturnini! to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 September 1892

Tannine Tetah. A twtfcolnrl beautiful wild flower trow tha OU World, now getting com mon in .New England and Riving plena nre to tha lovar of wild flower scenery, li the bin retch, Vicin cruccn. I wn rmrticolirty glad to see it come off it con queror fca tattla with the well known toack gram, which usually acta the UoHatfc among other Tegotntion. It beaally crowds out everything, and onr tVnmnylvanift fanner regards it m one of his worst enemies. Oa the seacoanta of New England, however, fhe yield of this griw is sim ply eaormons, and the agriculturist em ploy tt largely for hay. Its roots are annoying to the more sonthern farmer, as every little piece grows. It can never be got rid of. Out here, where the game field is mowed for an indefinite number of years, it is of no consequence bow the roots hold on. The more tena ctaas the better. But It is snch a hold warrior among vegetation that nothing can grow where it grows, and a field of coach grass looks more like a field of Some rig...

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 September 1892

mm VOIJIMK 1. KKYNOIJKSVIIJiK. I'KNN'A, WKDNMSDAY, NKITKMItKIl II, MIL NUMKKR R itHerrllititraite, (i miiviiku,. j ATTOIlNKY-AT-l.AW. OnVe on Wet Mule ptrcet, iiiuwiille Ihe I'miiliiirrhil lliilcl, li'.vliiililvlllc, Pti. JJIt. 1. K. IIOOVI'.U, HKYNOl.DSVlM.K. I'A. Itcnlili'iil ilentM. In luilMIng ticnr Mctlin llt eliuri'li. iiimiI1c Arnulil liluck. (leiHle nees In operating. 11 DTKli Men NNKI.I., UKYNOMIHVIMJ:, PA. Fit A XK J. HLACh Vnyrictor. Tin l-n(llii(C holflnf lliMlimn. Ilpii1ttinr ivm for riitniiipn'lttl mi'ii. Himtn lirttl, frru hw, bnth timniii nnil rlmi', m PYvry ttMtr, hhihi)) rtHiuiN, lillltunl rmtiti, tcli-plmm rm nrrtlim., & jjp)TKl7"l tKIiN A I 1UOYNOUSV1U.K, PA. UHKKS if- COXSKtt, I'mn i lorn. Vitnt v)nm Ini'Vvry itit-tlriiltir. LimmiIimI In 11m very rrnt h if llii IiiihIim'sh (tiirt tif town. Frv 'Ihii In nml fiiMii triilim hihI t'onimiMlloiiH tmniiti DMttim fort'omnii'i-i'ltil tnivHri.. KKU 'A N 1 lo'l'KIi, HUOOKVIM.i:, l'A. Itri'FIMiTOX ( I.OXd, l',,;,-,. Oni...

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 September 1892

vij or i.ifi-. When Fortune smile In sweetest mlrlc and Furor tna us on the hack, When Fnme't steep hill Deems easy work, And pleasure decorate tlie track Along our rose-strewn youtliftil routo Life plays uion cheerful lute When we are young. When care hss In lit the wesry frsma And Trouble marked the wrinkled hrnw, When wr mint live, tho' halt and Imne. We sad'y think of then and now. When f ritnds arc scarce and dollars few Ijlfeiliuwi a very different view When we are old. When dmth shall enter at our door And grimly serve his sinninous hold, W hen wc shall miller ain no more And Mother Dirlli our form shall fold. Ah! thi n will he our battle won And brighter life but ilt begun When we are dead. ticofge T. llowen, In Chicago Inter-Ocean. LOVE AND PRIDE. Cecil mid I wero Hitting In llio bljr rliulr tiy tho lire In tho win in, dimly lighted library. Just after ilin n:f lio liiul brought mo lii'i'O to loll 1 1 i til it story. Cecil was n spoiled cliilil. Wo nil rcoojjniz nl Hint fac...

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 September 1892

A REMARKABLE FIOHT. A Big Retller Vanqulahed by a Small King Nnak. A p;ntlmao who eras walking on country load en n hot rummer day heard rustling In the dry leaves, and, going Into the ttilckct. found a king snake and rattlesnake engaged In a Bulllvnn Ryan flght-to-tho-death Mugging match. The rattler t?a the lilggor, but the king had the advantage In length and utipleneas. The king had hie Jaws fastened like a vine at the tack of the rattler's head anil waa colled around the fattier' fcody. The king w trying to squeeze his antagonist to death, and It goes without enylng that the rnttlerwai struggling desperately to avoid hi fate. It was about noon, and the spectator, who wanted III dinner aa well a to see the result of the t attle, got a pole, and. thrusting It between the entangled bod.ee of the serpents, carried them to hie home, not less than half a mile dis tant. He put them In the bottom of an empty Hour barrel md the contest con tinued. The kins' would beiome ex hausted every...

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 September 1892

1Ett Stan Suborriptiim $1.60 per year, in advance. An InnYiwmli'nt lopl pnper, putilllird errry WwliH-mlnjr Iiynnlilvlllw, .liron Co., Ph.. ilivototl tn the Intcnnln of Heynnlilavllle nil .U'trrrHonroiini t. r,on-ioiiiii-iii. imi irrm. II with fnli-niK. nnil will iM'twwolnlly frlvml- r3 y townrtl the lulmrlng rlii. PIIIMfTlllItllll lirH'I'n.iw'lilT vi'nr, in munnrf . l.'omtntitilriitltm Intiinilftf for imlillrtitlnn must lie in'roinimnli'd tijr tliii writer' mime, nut for imhlli'iillmi, lint n n guarantee nf good fHltli. Intereiitlng new Item willclted. Advertlnlng rnti'K miule known on iippHm tlnn lit tnenfnVeln Arnold' Hlork. I.etitlity eominiinli'iillon uml rnnngn nf Sri vert luement should rt'iii'h I III nttlre lijr Moniliiy niKin. A'lrire nil pitmnitinli'ntlntiK to t A. Steph enson, Iti'Tiinlilsvllli-, Pit. Entered nt the ntwIiithVe nt lteyniittlrllte, Ph., n ii-riiml elii mull mutter. )... NTKrillOfON, Hill lor nml lnh. W EDN KHDAY, 8KPTKM HUrt 1 4. 1 !2. Tho I'ittsburp; I'i"t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 September 1892

II -jfc Stan Subneription tl.SO per irar, tn advance. C. A. STKPHKFISOJi, Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 181)2. prttrlv' CTnlbf. I'asseiiior train tirrlro lit tho Hcynolds Vlllu million as follows! Entticard. Wertirttrd. Trnln, - - 8.IW a m.Triiln , - -7.a. m. Trnln I, - 1.( 0 p. m.Triiln 2,- -1.42 p.m. Train a. - - O.iW p. m.Triiln 10.- - t.twp.m. mtvsoi.tisvii.i.a rosT-ormit. Malls nrrlvo and mid Irnrc the nost-ofHrc ns follows: Anivr. Depart. rnoM tiik wiwt. rim tun iast. MS p. m. - - T.on p. m. !.!() a. m. - - I2.:mp. m. rmiM mi r ast. roil Tiir. wkst. 7.00 a. m. - - 2."Q p. m. T.no n. m. - - I, in p. m. Arrive from Hiillimel nnd I'rewottvlllu ll.:n. m. Arrive from I'nnlc Tiii'sdriys, Tlnirdiiy nnd Saturday nt 2 in p. m. Di'piuiH for I'n-M'oltvHIi-, Itiitlimcl, Panic 8.00 n. m. linVe lioiirs 7.nn. m. tos.ni p. m. Money order oHlee oien from T.nOn.m. to 7.:p. m. Kt'Klxtcr ortlre own from 7.00 ii. m. to m oo p. m. Leinil llolldny from 7.00 tos.no a. m. nnd from 12.00 to ...

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 September 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM KANT POINTS. Important News Items Be;ei7ed aa W So to Press. I 'itna-reealnnal Nomination. H. E. Davis, of Bnnbury, Pa., was unnni. Eonsly nominated by the Dcmex-rats of that strict lor Senate. The Republicans of the Twelfth lYnnsyl rania Senatorial district nominated Attor- ty Clarence W. Kline, of Hazclton, for the nate. Kx-I'nited Piatt Senator Henry W. Blair Iras nominated for congress by the T'irst liatrk-t (N. II.) Republicans. After weeks of Irnitless balloting the tcnatorinl Conference at Rrookville, Pa., nominated CnptHln James (1. Mitchell, of Jefferson county. The referee in the Hniitingdon-Iranklin Renntonul contest was decided at Lancaster. Pa., in favor of W. U. ISrewer, of Kranklin rounty. Congressman James (VDonncll. of Jack- Cn, Mich., was nominated by acclnniiition represent t ho Fourth Mich, district in Congress. The Eleventh Michigan district Demo cratic Congressional convention nominated Woodbridge N. Terris, who bus already been plac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 September 1892

T THE BORDEN CASE. HISTOnV OK AX KXTRAOKftl fsAUY DOUllLU TKAUKDY. "Tli Mnrdernf Mr. anil Mrs. norrien t 1 Mil Hiver, Man. Whr ftna plilon Attnchos to the Ar rested tilzzle llnrtlen. The double murder of Andrew J. Borden nod his wife at Fall River, Mala., on the 4th of August, culminntiuii M it did in the artest of his youngest Jnnjfh -sler, Lizzie Borden, has been one of the amost extraordinary and mysterious crim inal episodes of the centtry. The circumstances surrounding the as-.-sassination of Borden snd his wife, who itM Lizzie's stepmother, were such as to :atoiind these who would pounce, off hand, upon a motive. Borden was rich and pious, aged seventy-six years, a man whose probity was equal to his thrift, lie bad not led a public life, he had no known enemy who it could be conjee turcd would go to the extent ot killing 4iira, much less his wife, and when the mutilated bodies of the couple were dis--covertd, In their own house, shortly be fore noon on August 4, the police and...

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 September 1892

BURIAL OF A PARROT WHOLESALE MOURNING OVER A MUCH LOVED HOUSEHOLD PET. The Vnfnrtnnnt Crfffttura ftnlil "Hy lly, Lot. By fly," and Ylrlitrit t'p the Ghost The Funeral Vm a Large One and the Pnrnlfthlnvn Were (Inrfenna. Thpre wns n ntnuiRp ktiip 1n Nop Vnlley, awny ont Cmtro utreot, on Thurs day, Bnd those who witneed it will not loon tire talking of it. To moat of Urn e who took part in it tho occasion was fraught with more of curiosity than of deeper interest, but it was not so with 11. In a little front parlor at 14t4 Castro street stands a big empty bird cage. Rising from the top of the cage k staff on which a flag, hoisted half mast high, telle the visitor that the one time occupant is dead. All around the little doorway where she fluttered in and ont bit of black and white till fnrther emphasise the fatal fact, and bonqnets of flowers fitted into feeding and drinlc ing'Oups and hanging from the swinging perch -where Polly nsed to swing are tokens to her memory. It m only a parr...

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 September 1892

X Jitot IP V KEYNOLDSVILLK, PENNM ., WEDNESDAY SKl'TKJl l:EU ill, W.U. MINDER 120. VOLUME 1. 7 ittUrclhutcnue. c, M1TC1IKU., attounkyat-law. OrtVo on West Main stteet, opposite) t'onimeivlitl Motel. Ki-yniii'lhvllli-, I'll. jyll. H. E. HOOVKU, IIKYNOLDSVILLK, l'A. Hosldent dentist. Tn hulldlrm near Metho dist clunvli, opiMwIlo Arnold block, (icnlli' tifflrt in oporiit loir . JJOTEL MoCONNKLL, KEY NOLDS VI LLE, l'A. MAM J. JlLACK, Proprietor. The IrnrtliiK hotel of the town. Headquar ter for rommcirlnl mm. Weam heat, free him, Imih rooms nndoloseta on every Hour, sample rooms, hilllnrd room, telephone con nections, Ac. JOTEL BKLNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, l'A. (1 HE EX f- COXitElt, I'mimvtor. First clns In evrrv pnrllenliir. T.nented In 1lw very centre of tlio business part of town. I r'ree 'lius to mill fmm trains and commodious snmplc rooms forconittictvlnl travelers. MKKICAN 1IOTKL, BUOOKVILLE, l'A. M'FFixarox a- loxu, rv. Otntiltm to and fit. m nil trains. Kiiroiienn rOMlutiriiiil . IIoi...

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 September 1892

RURAL RUSSIA. TILLAGE Mm IN TUB IZAIVS DOMINIONS. Vtnaela IsaNalton of Peasants Pecu liar Institution of thn llimalnn VillRtr Imprnvlilnnt nnrL dtanibltlous People, US 8t A, write Frank O. Carpenter, in tlio Chicago Her ald, la a Nation of peasants. We hoar of tli ia country only ii tlio land of the Czar, or as tho pos 'sessions of thn auto crat - of the Kusains, mnl until lliis year lew peoplo have looked n pim It. n much die tlmu nn ordinary Kurornii country filled with nn oppressed and rather tnrliuli'iit pco- fV It M ttpposcd and largely I" mtp posed to-day to bo tilled with peasants who arc plotting against tliolr Govern ment and who nto dissatillcd with tliolr condition. It ii known as tho land of nihilism, ami It Is thought by many thnt the peasants are among the nihilists. Thli ii a mistake. Pitch nihilistic elements exist do not holnng to tlio peasantry at all, and the nihilism, tho nfllclals anil the nobility form but a drop in tho bucket of this grent Russian population. ...

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 September 1892

Uma of WaraBta. The invention of Ore wm a great top lo the proRreM of the human race, and it la tint strange that ao many uncivilized peoplca have super stition notluiia connected with It Mrs. Mlllett, In lior account of the aborigine of Australia, hat Rome In terMllng observation under thli head. When the nut Ives ramp for the night a Are la lighted In front of men hut the hut being made of bough, with the entrance carefully turned awnv from the wind ao that the ti'et of thoe who are ulerplng within may be kept warm. If one of their relative ha lately died, an nddltlonnl and military fire la lighted at a little distance from the huta, where the ghost of the de ceased tuny alt and warm Itself with out disturbing the fnmlly hearth. In fact, warmth I so great a necessity to the native that, he seems to tlilnlc that the do.nl can only by degrees Ikj rome accustomed to the want of It, and the airing of n gravo by kindling a tire within It Is a very lm)iortant ceremony at it funeral. The...

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 September 1892

&!te ft Stan ' Suhmriptinn $1.IS0 per year, in niimnre. An ItiifeiMMidpnt lurid nitppr, pulillahril prerjr WtMlntla nt KryimliWllle, ,lrffron l'n.t Pt7 iIptoIwHo th lntmt of Kpynnlclftvllta ml Joffvrwnomintr. Non-polltirHl, will trvnt II with fnlrnww, unit will lH-"Mi'lalljr friend ly idwttnin we iniMirinif riam, fulwrl pt Ion iirli'p f I !V ht rpnr. In ilrnnre, ' ronitnunirnnoim imi'mirn for nuniirniion mitnt Ins nrronipnnlnl by Ihff wrhrr'a nnmt', not for pnhllriil litti, hut n a itimmnli of good fnlth. Intrrt-KtlhR now Iti-m milli'llpil. Ailvt'HIlii rut tnnili known on nppllra tlon HI tlitiofRrv In Arnold"' Hlork. Lnnirhty roniniiinlctttlonn ami rliafiRP of ndvi rilw'nionin nluiiilil rvucli thin olllcc liy Monday noon. Addrrw nil roninninloatlonii to C. A. Btpph rnnn, Hoynoldivlh, Pa. Kntumj at Hip ponlolHre nt lleynoWlnvlllo, Pn., a if'ond rlaiw ninll niulliT. !. A. HTKrilKISKO, Kdllnr mid I'lib. WEDNESDAY, 8F.PTF.MnKU 21, 1W2. Tho cholera waro at Now York In dlMippenrltur. ...

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 September 1892

ffifre Stan Subscription tl.fiO prr year, in orfvnnw. C. A. ftTKPHKNnON, Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER21, im. ftravdevV Olulb. l I'nssenirer trnlim nrrlre ut the Hcymll vllla station follows: AViaftrnrn. Wrrtvnrd. TrnlnH. - - t.M a m.Trnln , - -7.M. m. Tmln I, - 1.00 p. m. Train J, - 1.42 p. m. Tmln3. - ft.flO p. m.Trnln 10, - - tt.OHp.m. nrvnotimvii.i.ic rosT-orrica. Malls arrive nnd nml leave the post -office us follows: A rriiv. Drpri rt, rnoMTtirwMT. ron tub bast. 1.1 p. m. - "no p. m.B.10 n. m. - - I2.:w p. m. imiiu tiik f wt. run tiir w r.sT. T.OOiv. m. - - 8, p. m. " O" n. m. - - Mil p. m. Arrives (mm Knthmcl and PreseottvHIe ll.:in. tn. Arrlv,' from 1'iinlr Tuesdays, Tlmnlnys unci Mat unlays nt 2.;ii p. m. Departs fur l'rescottvlllo, Hnthmcl, Pniilc 8.mi p. m. otllrp horn T.onn. ni. tos.nn p. m. Money order otllee open from ".noii.m, to 7.;i. ni. Kcxlstcr otlh-u open from 7.00 n. in. to h.iio p. m. Lentil Holidays from 7.00 to H.no n. m. nnd from I2.00to:i.iip. m. IMI...

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 September 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS 0K KANT POINTS. Important New Items Received aa W So to Press. Pellilcal. The Republicans of the Fifth Missouri Congressional district decided not to fuse vrith lh People ! party, but nominated W ebster Davis, a straight Republican. The Weaver wing of the Democratic State Convention of Colorado adjourned after having authorized the State Central Com mittee to nominate a State ticket. Ex-Congressman John Kcan, Jr., vol nominated for Governor by the Republicans of New Jersey. The Conneticut Democratic Slatcronvcn tion nominated J. (1. Morris for Governor. The New Jersey Democratic State conven tion nominated George T. Werls, of Cam den, for Governor on first ballot. The Massachusetts. Republican State con vention nominated for Governor William H. Halle, of Springfield. The Election is Maine. The Republi can plurality In Maine Is 12.WW. The Re publicans have elected 111 Representatives, and the Democrats 34, with 6 districts to hear from. The last House consisted...

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 September 1892

"Keeping; Company." -Bweet homely phrase, to often spti Among the kinder country folk. . When youthful Inva they mils to see "'Those two are 'keeping company.' " In fuller and In higher sense, Through years of rich experience. Jicar love, 'tis true of you and me We've kept each other company. In Joe we've sought each other's eyes To share the gladness and surprise. In pain, life's utmost tet of III, Our hearts have clung together stilt. In absence word with anguish fraught Vie hsve kept company in thought, And learned that l.-aguea ofdistance may Serve but to spur love on Its way. In death I pause with bsted breath Before the mystery of death. Vet love Is great ! I seem to know That where thou goest I shall go: And in God's great eternity Our souls shall still keep company. A SHARK IN THE SURF, IIV MKrT.-COI.ONEL T1IORMHKK. A wild sen was running high In tho open harbor of Madras. The sea at ways t uns high there, and tho last two tnilns must always bo made in surf boats. The mornin...

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 September 1892

MUSIC AS MEDICIiVE. INSTEAD OF TONING UP A SICK MAN HE MAY BE "TUNED UP." DUeiiHlon of ft ftnbjrrt Thnt H IWn Sntgenteri bjr n Kmlnent rhynlclan nl St. reteTnlinrff RomaTnnpaTltnt IVnnld B tnnpttroprlnt for Certnln 111. Professor Tnrchnnow, of Rf. Peters burg, lectured recently on "Tho Inllu etieeof Mnsio on the Human Onanism," and affirmed thnt mnr.ic is of tho tfreat cst service in the trt-atment of diffnue, and thnt, by the proper ne of music, the system enn be "tnned'Mike a ninsical hmtrnment. Sufferers from nerve dis orders enn, he states, be soothed by music, bnt tho remedy must lie employed With discrimination, as in some rnsps it produce an effect contrary to thnt which ts intended. Well, opium will do thnt, and so will many other drugs when they ore not "used with discrimination," so that is no disparagement to the therapeutic vir tue of music. So if Professor Tarchnnow is right and he ts a scientific man the dogrce of musical doctor, snch as was conferred on Sir Arthur Sul...

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