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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 November 1895

Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. 0. A. ITKPHKNMKi Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1805. Psenger trnlns a J and leave Rcyn- lie a rollowsi Allegheny h" Hey Iiaihrap. Westward. r.astwara. 1 9. - - (1.44 . n rnln 8, 7.40 a. m. ruin 2. - - 1 42 d. ni, - l.iip.o i. fUWp. ni! rnln 10, - MH p. m. UKTWoi.noviittH pwr-orricit. II arrive and 1 re Ih'e post-office as If! . 41 Arrive. iiepart. I IHI WEST. " I rOBTIlEKAST. (V in. - - 7.01) p. m.)p. m - - s.Wp.m, FROM TBHItAST. f J KM tm 1T. D a. m. - 8.00 p. m.tf.lft a. m. - - 1.16 p. m. Vrnve from Rnthmel and Frescottvllle W a. m. (Vrrlves from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdnya id Saturday ats.ao p. m. Ocparts for Proscottvlllo, Rnthmel, Punic Wo. m. Office hours 7.00 n. m. toR.OOp. m. Money order office npen from 7.00 a.m. to iK.oo p. m. D. m, tiogisier omce open irom v.uu a. m. gal Holidays from 7.00 tos.no a. m. and m 12.00 to .( o. m. K. T. MuUAW. 1". M. Ona Dollar A Year. rora this time forth The Star has (elded to adopt a new regul...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 November 1895

I'mlcT the- new Kentucky contstitti- J tioti women lire eligible for jury nervine. Tho authorities of Boston Univer sity linvo decided that the students limit either givo np tlio nso of tobneco or lenve the institution. "Every ten days of fog in London," says a medical weekly published there "is calculated to enst '2.",000 people on be ils of sickness and kilt 2,501)." They say that tho Italian thistle, about which there linn been so much talk, dies out of itself whim the con stituents of tho noil in which it flour ishes are exhausted. In the Dakota, whore H few years ago it was nn alarm ing nuisance, it hns very nearly disap pel. red. Thn statistical summary of vessel totally lost, condemned, etc., pub lished by Lloyd Register, kIiows that during 1894 the gross reduction in the effective mercantile marina tf tho world amounted to 1,151 vessels, of 708,971 tons, excluding all vessels of lens than 100 tons. The telegraph editor of the Atchi son (Kan.), Globe is no used to writ ing te...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 November 1895

The Saltan's Joke. ' "Did you ever hear the story of how the Prince of Wiln naked the Riiltnn to (to and aeo the Derby rant' aald Orlodo Jones recently. "Well, It waa hls wise; The race for the Derby wan la bout to be run, and as the Sultan wan then visiting England the prince dent lone of his lords In-wnitlng to Inquire If the Hasten! potnntata would like to Iro and wltneesahe classic contest. Tho Bon of the Moon and Stars was seated, propped op by cushions, smoking pin eJdly, when the Kojal Kmlssary was ushered Into his presence. ' " 'Ills royal highness bids me ask your majesty If It would please you to wit ness the race for the Derby?' sold he, bowing low, " 'Doe his royal highness mean that I should go and see a horse race?' in quired the Sultan, blandly. 1 " 'He does, your highness.' ! 'Tell the prince that I cannot do so,' replied tbe ruler of the Faithful. 'Why should I wnnt to go? All men who are not fools know that some horses are awlfter than others.' " Philadelphia Tress...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 November 1895

CAUGHT WITH GOLD. BUT THE MAN EATINQ 8HARK TOOK $45,000 OF THE BAIT. Th Kt'IMrer'a Hlnry nf an Adventnre In tli flreat Dajm" -Sllenea ftmrared Itself All Over the Veranda at the Completion of tli Yarn. "t snrtpnKP, " nnnf h .Tninrs T. Onnlin of Wlnrhrstrr, Miips. , who viis sittiiH oil tho litttol Vcni'iih, "tliut I Imil tho honor of killing tlio must vulimhlo fish flint ever swmn tlio sea. 1 liil It single hnnilni too. I nvor tlmt this fish was worth niovo nt (hn timenf 11 n lont li Hum tlio finnf-t Hjionn wlmln Hint wan ever linrpoi'iiril, although wo should ronlly lrnvn wlmlos rmt nf tlio uot it 11 when gpcnUinjr of fish. Jt SH yours no, nnd I vih yontiK iitul foolish rminnh to 1)0 II dcop him ilivor. OurrtivliiK M'linoiier niul crew )mil boon sent to Culm to try to rornvor noiiin stiilT from n HpnnUli tnnt thnt liml f minli-roil o(T tho const nf Otitis, jnst whom I don't now recoiled. It vrns quito n lon tr!p for us, niul us tlio employment nf n diving oullll was nn expensive: t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

VOLUME 4. KKYNOLDSVlMiK, PKNN'A., WKIhNKNDAY, NOVEMHKli 27, M!5. NIJMBKIt 21). ItitltvaitH flmi TrtHlr. pEN NSY LV A N 1 A 1 1 A M .1 1 . 1 . IN KKr'hXT MAY 1!, IWl. riillmli'lihln& Kill' HuIIikiiiI lUvWiiiiTlmo Table. Trains lon r Urifiwoeil. KATWAH1 H:I1 n m Trnln H, ilnlly "-'j1 Hunilny for hntibtiry, lliiiTlsliurir nnil inlci iiicitimc -kIu-t lolls, ni l Ivlnir III lltlml-l1t li.lil., New Yoik,i::;ii. m.i Hull linm.N: IA p. in.; iisltliimon, I :.i i. in I'lilliinin I'liilor err ftiiln W lllliilnnoii iticl huhm-ihtci- conches from Kane In riilliiilclpliln. :;ii p. in. -Train II, dully eecit Ciinitiiy fur llnrilthiii'K iiml Inlet incillnlo si nitons, iir 1 lvln 111 I'lillmli'lplihl 4:;m A. M.i .New York, 7:W A. M. riillnitin Hli'i-plnu curs from iliii-rlslinitf Id I'ltlliifli'tpliln tinil New YorU. IMllllllllllllll piltst,LM'-H I'lill rcmnlii In sleeper tiiiillsiiii lH'fl iinill 7:ihi a. M. t:ia p. ni. Trnln 4, ilnlly fur Niinlnir.v. Harris huri iind Itilorincilliilo stations,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

KEYSTONE STATE CULLINGS BURGLARY AT TARENTUM. Baft Blown Open By Three Bold Out' lawt. Al Tnrenlum bold robbery m perpetrt led Tuesday morning by three men, who broke open the ttore ot He, Lindsay A Co.. on Negley avenue. The robbers secured only 170. Mr. Hess had deposited oves Ho yesterday. Evidently tue work wns wel planned, as Friday Was payday at the plats glass wutks nnu mw nriu geueraur UBS large null paid in at tnnt time. Court at Washington sentenced Julet Hols to a f iioo nne nnd four months In the work home for keeping a speak-easy nt Primrose. Five of 'Squire MoMullen't election lieu tenants, In I hllndolphln, n Judge, two In spectors nnd two olfrkfl, must nppenr before magistrate, xney returned lor the eighth division ot the fourth wnre 314 votes, theuuh their own figures showed the unquestionable ridded registration to have tmen onlr iMW. Toe 'squire but so far prevented tholr arrest 07 guaranteeing turn tuey would nppenr lor trial. John Seller, who m found unconscious...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

CAUSES FOR (THANKFULNESS. tot nil thnt Qod In mercy sends; For health And children, horns nod friends. For comfort In the time of need, For every kindly word irnd deed. For happy thouihts nnd holy talk, For gutdanns in our dnlly walk For everything give tlmnki' For beauty In this w.irld of ours, For verdant gross nnd lovely flowers, For song of birds, for hum of bees For the refreshing summer breeze, For hill unit ntnln tr,r tm.ntna A vnnrl For the great ocean's mighty flood For everything give thanks I For the sweet sleep that eomes at night. For the returning morning's light, Forthe bright sun that shines on high, For the stars glittering in the sky, For these and everything we see, 0 Lord ! our hearts we lift to Thee For everything give thanks! Ellen Isabella Tupper. Miss Barbara's Lover. A THANKSGIVING STOHt. SHALL!" There was wrath in Miss Barbara's tones nnd deter mination in Lcr countenance. "But, auntie " "I chnll t I didn't make this garden for the benefit of the neighbors'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

mt Star. Subscription $1.00 per year, in mimnce. V, A. ftTKPIIKNKOn, Kdllnr and lnb. WEDNESDAY. NOVKMHEU27. 1H!).V An Independent locnl pnncr. published every Wednesday nt KeynoldHvllle, .len"er-on Co. P., devoted to the Interest nf Hoynolilivllle, anaJiiffiMTwinrminty. Non-polltlrnl, will I pout all with falrni-m. nml will Ih cxpcclnlly friend ly toward the lnlorlnir Hum. gntmcrlptlon prlccll.miperyenr.ln ndvnnee. fJommnnlcntliin Intended for pulillcntlon must be nccompnnlcri by the writer' mime, not for puhllcntlon, tint R a Ruiirnntce of good faith. IntereMlnK news Items solicited. Advertising rules mmle known on nppllcn tlon nt the ofHcp In Arnold' lllork. Lenjrhty communlciitlons nnd cnnnffe of advertisements should rviu'li this ntllce by Monday noon. Address nil commtinlrntlons toO. A. Steph enson, Knynoldsvllln, l'n. Entered at the postofHce at Roynoldsvlllo, Pa., as second clnss mull matter. A Reply to Rev. Jelbart. Editor Star: I two that Rov. J. II. Jelbart, (if Stanton, h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

j fi Star Suhacription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. HTKPHKNftON, Kdllnr and Pnb. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1 805. Trttvtlttre' OTnlbe. Paenrer trnlnn Arrive find leave Revn- oldivllle a follow: Allegheny Valley Railway. Efxntward. Westward. Train 9, - - 6.44 . m.lTrnln 8, 7.40 a. m. Train 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train 3, - 1.42 p. m. Traln8 - - 8.5 p. m.lTraln 10, - - B,4 p. m. mtTnoi.rwviM.il posT-orrim. Mall arrive and leave the pont-offlce as follow: Arrive. Popart. rnoM tm wrT. von tiik hast. 1.18 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - 8.20 p. m. VoO a. m. 2.00 p. m.?.t8 a. m. - - 1.18 p. m. Arrive from Kathmcl and rreacottvllle 1.30 a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesday. Thurdnv find Pntnrdny at S.itO p. m. opart rur rrescoiiviue, Kainmei, ranic 00 jj. m. Omre hour 7.00 a. m. to ft. 00 p. m. Monev order offlre onen from 7.00 a. m. to 30 p. m. Register office, open from 7.00 a. m. Itpnl lli.llflnva fmm 7 00 inftftfl A tn null from 13.00 to 8.O0 o. m. E. T. MuUAW, P. M. One Dollar A Year. From th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

A Little Boy For Salo A mother ws busy at work one day. When ." dimr llttlo boy, with his toys, Ban In fr n his piny, bright as ilXy, With nil of bis traps and tiol. "You make such A din," she snld to him, While ho worlt'd with his tools, his Joys t "I'll put yoa to bed or I'll evil you," she enid, "To the mnn who buys llttlo boye." A llttlo boy for snln ; A llttlo boy for snloi The price Is so low you ena buy him, I know ; My llttlo boy's for snloi A little boy for snlo A llttlo boy for anlo ; Ho makes so much noise with his hnmmor nnd toys. My liitlo boy for salo. Th" dear little boy wns quiet one dn ll'i hnd Inid his toys nMde. Tho mother hnd cenel her work to prnyj "Oj, Lord with me nlld"s" As she site by the bed of her curly hend, A soft sweet song sho sings i When out of tho gloom of that smnll, quiet room Come the rustlo of nng"ls' wings. There's no little boy for snloi There's no little boy for salo; IIo was bought by tho lovo of tho Fathor abovo There's no llttlo boy for sn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

Ths Venal hslr stone Is found In New Mex ico. he T. a. O. T. If ws take ap a modern atlas and look oyer tha mnp of tha United States, we set the traceries of riven an J railroads so Inter talned as to be oonfnslnir. But main steins and main streams an plainly 1lne.l. It Is very mneh like a chart of the human system, with nerves nnd arteries well defined. Par ticularly do we see the Q. 8. N, (greet rViintlo nerve) main stnm, which can carry to the square tni-h more pain thin some railroads carry In freight. A prominent huelnnas man In a big otty was attacked by Sciatica. Tlio pain was awtul. He hurried home In fear that he wonld he eripplod hy It. In half an honr be was onred hy St. JaeobsOil. He now takes blur stook In that famous remedy, and trarels on the T. O. C. Y. (take good cure of yourself) plan, keeping a boltlo of tbe great pain cure always at hand. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, a mercury will surely destroy the sense of emeu and completely derange t...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 November 1895

MISS NEW SOLOMON. HOW 8HE REACHED A DECISION ON THE QUESTION OF OWNERSHIP. Tenting Two Claimants For a llonntlful nirjmlo uTnatlee Flrmlljr Triumphant In a Difficult Cm Through Knowledge ol the MMenllne Natnnt. The. Jndpp, tho ronnwned Mi.'s Nnw Rolomon, snt dip;iiiflort In hor sont o( honor. Hit ilccitiiuim Wrro fumed (lio world ovor for cipnrni'ss nnd Jnstfeo. Grout nnliortR snlimittttl their disputr-H to her for nrbitrnnioitt nnd wrro ploiiwd to loiirn from her tho truth of their po sitions. That hho should sit (liniflpd wns tlirroforo not to lo wondered nt, hot thoro was perplexity in her ooniitninncfl now. Thorn wan n cnso huforo her the like of which novor lind been known since hor Ki-oiit imiiipsukn wit in jtvlK nicnt over two women who eonlonnVil forAlmhy. In nil her lawbooks, in nil hor expprienoo, thoro wns no snnestion of precedents for sncli n cito ns thin. As tho mnttor stcxtd to n casunl oh soever it wns this. Mr. GoorRO Wheel king, n henntifnl innNtitohed yon or mnn, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

VOLUME 4. HEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, J)ECEiMER 4, 1895. NUMBEU 30. itttllvottti Print (fnltr. PENNSYLVANIA HAILUOAD. IM EFFfHTT MAY III, Wi. riillndclplilit A Krle Itnllntnil Division Time Tublu. Train Ictue Iniftwnnd. EAPTWAKII 9:04 n in Triiln dully except eniidny fur Hunliurv, Hint Miuiii mill liitirnii'illiite t -ttinia. arriving lit I'lilliiilelplilii 11:! p.m.. New York. I'::!:! p. ni. I ll!iltliiiiinll:ti p.m.i Wiislilimlnn, 7:: p. in Piillinnii Pinlnr rnr from W lllliiinsnrt n tif I iu.euircr onii'lic finin Kline to I'lilhuli'lplilii. 4-..KI p. m.- Train B. ilntly except Siimlny fur ItiirrMilllif mill Iiitiint-illti1i. station, m rlrlnmit IMilliiili'lplilii 4::i A. M.; New Vmk, 7:3:1 A. M. I'nlltmin Hlccplnir curs frmn lliirrlshiirti tn I'lillmli'lplilii it ml Ni'W York, i'lilliiilelplilii inc-si-iiui'i run remain hi sleeper unfllwtnrlM'il nnlll :cn A. M. t:M p. m. Train 4, dully fur rnnlniry, llm-rl-liurii nnil Itileiiiicdliiit! Minimis, iirrlvlini tit I'lilliiilelp...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

KEYSTONE STATE CULLINGS CONVICTED 25 MURDERERS. Record of Prosecuting Attorney Parkei at Washington. The sctlvs dutlea ol W. B. Parker, a prosecuting ofTlaer (or the commonwealth at Washington ended with Monday night's term of otitnlnnl court. During his tlx rear. In thnt oflloe there hnve been tried S3 homl Ide oneee, and be tins never Inlied to convict. There wore two II rut degree verdicts, the famous West nod Heed cases, nnd two by the court decision on the evidence, Cook nnd Moseby. The former bad bit seutence com muted to life imprisonment, and the Intter It now In Jail awaiting the governor' aotlon. One hundred pound of dynamite, which wna being tbnwed out on a screen above a stove In a sbnntr at the North Lebanon stone quarries, exploded with terrible forge, Wil liam Thompson, Harry llillnrd aod Tierce Pietter, who were standing nearby, were hurled several hundred feet. Thompson, who atood nearest the building, was terribly In jured, bis face and body being filled with splin...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

PRIDE OF THE SOUTH DISASTER OVERTAKES VIRGIN IA'S FAMOUS UNIVERSITY. The Sent of '.learning at Charlottes ville, Founded by Thomas Jcfter on. Crippled by a Fire Scheme of the Institution. I J IIE recent Are at the Univer- I eity of Virginia, Charlottes a I ville, Vb. , was a cause of prief "J not only to the gradnntos and immciliate frieuds of thnt institution, bnt aleo to a far greater number of the people who know it only by reputation as one of the most honorable teats of learning in the country, The crea tion of such an institution had long been a dream of Tbotnas Jefferson, and the juBt pride thnt ho took in its realization waa illustrated by the in scription that he prepared for his THE IiCRXED ItOTTXDA, . tombstone, which cites the fact that he was "Father of the University of Virginia" as a claim to remembrance worthy to be joined with "Author of tho Declaration of American Inde pendence, and of the Statute ot Vir- wmm (STATUE OF MB. JEFFEU-OS ET OALT. ginia for Religious Fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

m Stan Subscription $1.00 per year, in mlmnee. O. A. (ITKPIIKNIION, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, lSfVi! An Independent lornl paper, published every Wednesday at hVynohlsvtlle, Jefferson To. Ph.. devoted to the Interest of Kpynohlsvllle and Jefferson county. Nnn-nolltlrnl, will treat All with fill mess. Anil will he especially friend ly towards the laboring -ln. Bu bsorl pt Ion price f I .(10 per year, In nd vnnco. Communications Intended for publication must be accompanied hy tho writer's name, not for publication, hut as ft guarantee of food faltn. Interesting news Items solicited. Advertising rate made known on appllcn tlon At the office In Arnolds' lllock. Iipnirhty communications nnd change of advertisements should reach this office hy Monday noon. Address nil communication toO. A.flteph nson, Koynoldsvllln, I'a. Entered at the postoffire At Ileynoldsvllle, Pa., A second clas mall matter. She poured his cofToo with extra care and carried it to his plate; she Mood bcftl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

Xfi -fa Stan Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance, C. A. RTKPHKNSON, Kdltor and Fnh WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEH 4, 1895, travtltre' OJntbe. Passenger trains arrive and leave Rnvn- oiuavuie as rouowsi Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - a.44 a. m.lTrnln 6, -7.40 a. m, Train 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train , -1.42 p.m. Train 8 - - I.M p. m. Train 10, - - MS p. m Malta arrive and leave the post-office ai WKVivnf.nsvif .f .a nafjvin. Arrive. TV-part. PROM TH WKST. rOB THE KAST. 1.18 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 118. 30 p. m - - s.20 p, m. FROM TnR WART, I FOR TBI WKST. 1.00 a. m. - - S.OO p. Vn.lMS a. m. - - 1.15 p. tn Arrive from Kathmel and Proscottvllle 11. Ml a. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdaya and Saturdays at 8. 30 p. m. Departs for Prescottvlile, Rathmel, Panic .win. tn. Offli-e hour 7.00 a. m. to .00 n. m. Monev order office ooen from 7.00 a. m. to O !MM p. m, Leiral llolldava from 7.00 to S.0O a. tn. and , from 12.00 to 8.00 p. m. E. T. McUaw, P. M. One Dollar A Year. Fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

v.. General Greoly doe not believe it possible to reach the North pole in a balloon. A Russian lover is expected to send his flnncce a present every day, evou though he can afford noth ing more than a fow flower. Long engagements lire not popular with the young men. The finest private museum in the world is the property of tho Hon. Walter Rothschild, tho eldest son of Lord Rothschild. It is at Tring, in Hertfordshire, England. The owner lias given up half his life to it. Tbe inability of the wealthy man agers of the Florida Athlctio Club to find a lawful battle ground for the Corbett-Fitzsiranions prize .fight is roof positive to the Now York Herald that professional pugilism has re ceived its deathblow in this country. Lord Gardner who is about to tal;e Lis seat in the British House of Lords, is the son of a Hindoo woman. There are queer fish in the British aristoc racy, adds the Atlanta Constitution. The Countess of Stamford, widow of the late Earl, is a coal black woman from Afri...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

! " -v i Chinese Laundry Ticket!. . The Chinese v?Mh6rmen have A sys tem of ticketing a bundle of sollej clothes baseil ou tho many gods nnd goddesses of the laundry. Thousli It Is complicated, the Innndryman seldom hellvers a bundle of washed clothes to t!. wrong person. i'urthcrmore, If the ticket Is lout, the chances are that you will not irct your Unen, unless you-are a rarticti'.ar friend of the proprietor. Instances are on rec ord whore nn American baa gone to conrt to force the Chinese to yield up the washing, but tho Judge was nut convinced that the case of the white tnan was n good one. The Chinese laundryman nt the be ginning of each week makes out a batch of checks, In duplicate, to bo used as wash tickets. He selects the name of some god or goddess, or of some ob ject, as the snn, the moon, or the stars. To tlili name he prefixes a number, as 'Moon, No. 1," "Moon, No. 2," and so on. In thespnee between the two legends for the signs arc repeated twice he has Ms own came, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 December 1895

AN UIHt AND A NICHE. TACTS ABOUT CREMATION FURNISH ED BY A CREMATORY AGENT. Koonomyand Cleanliness Among Its Online, AiIim May lie Left In Hie Crematory, lint Often Mnurner Carry Them Away and Keep Them Always Hoar "Croniiitloii tlii iiftorinmn nt 9." Thrsfl words nrn lottoiril on a smiill sIhii Hint swings ii a slit'l' window mi llmis ton strnnt, vhrre snvornl mirlous him nrn displnyed. Thin in tlw Ni w York ofllco of a milmrtmn remctcry, wliern nro crt'iimteil tlin limHcs t,t tliiwn wlio prcfor tlmt thuir rrimtiiis hlmll bti con sttmcil liy flume rutin limn to let na ture tiikii ita course lu a cufllu six fi:i't vuilnr the soil. A World reporter dropped Into tlm cflleo nnd hud n tnlk Willi tint 'mtw tiinit in cIiiiiko. It wits Ion lain on tlmt afternoon to witness a cremation, Imt , orcHnnrtly tlie rremntory pr'ilo nro gliid to have spwtntors when tha IntiTiwtiiiK pnxTMn in going on. Keonomy in alwnya cotmiilprod 1y most people, mid creinntion is clienp. It ii abo clenn, and wlmt ...

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