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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

5 0UJ3IE I. KEYNOLDSVILLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1895. NUMBER 33. ?,tiUvnJ flMm (Tntlr. pKNNSYLVANIA HAILUOAD. IX KFFECT MAY 1!', 1W. I'lilliniclnliln . Erie Unllnind Division Tlmu Table. Traill hnvi' HiHiwihmI. r.ASTWAIil) t:H ft tii Tinln . d.illy except Piindny for Siinttu-v, . Klnivir mid Inicinicnliiie sta tions, nVrlvlmt HI I'lilluilclplilu :'-! p.m., New Yol k. ::.-l ). m. i ll Inline, II: 1.1 p. In. I Wnshlnvt.m, ': p. m I'nlliinin I'nrlnr rnr from Vllllnmirt mill piisscinicr coaches from Kline ID I'lillinlrlpliiii. 3:H!p.m. Train 0. dully except Pundny fur llnri'lffnin: nml Inicnnrdliiie stations, ar riving nt l'lillidclililii4:M0A. m.i Ni' York, 7-M A. M. I'tlllninn Sleeping- cars from llnrrlsluuu to I'lilliidelphtti nml New York. riilliKli'lplilu nnsscniiers rim remain In sleeper undisturbed until 7:00 A. M. 0:;w p. m. Trnln 4. dully for Himlmry, llntrls hmi: ii nd intermediate stations, m-rlving nt I'hlliulclplilii, :.W A. M.t Niw York, :: A. H. on wri'k itnv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

FOUR FATALLY INJURED. Thirteen Hen Hart en Runaway Work Train at Bhamokln. Four workmen were fatally injured and nine others worn badly hurt nt Mldvnllcy col liery, nenr Shninokln, by tho wrecking of a runnway trnln. A dozen others snvcd them selves by Jumping from the train. Those fn tnlly Injured wore: .Tnmon Holllstcr, on glncr, of Mnysvllles John I.cldig, Ilremnn, of lt. Cnrmcl; Edward Allebach, nilneo. aged 80 years, of Mt. Carmcl, nnd George Smlthcn. a Inborer. At Huntingdon Ellsworth and Joseph Mc C'rncken, brothers, wero acquitted of tho murder of George nwn, fn Oneida town ship. Tho trial lasted nine dnys. Tho vr diet In generally approved. Wesley Me t'raeken, another brother, was found guilty of murder in the second degn-e at tho Scp temin'r session for nldlng nnd abetting tho shooting of young Hnwn, who ncp-d with a gang of whltocaps In tearing dowd a feneo on tho McCrackcn form. Tho result of tho present trlnl places the young man in the po rtion of nidiiiK nnd nbctting ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

FASHION FOIBLES. COM) WRATH KR STYLES IS WOMAN'S DRK9S. ' Vh Handsomest Unsqne for Rtout . Women Newest Sleeves Rrald ins !lu Been Revived, nd Is Popular. ' JIT HE idea that a plain, smooth ' I fitting basque id the proper I mode for a lody of gonerons proportions ii not correot one, m the severity of outline brings into undesirable prominence the glar ing defects of a too stont figure. The graceful lines produced by tbo smooth wt or plaits on each front, the soft fullness of the vest that is gathered at the top and shirred elosoly in suecos- i aive lines at the lower edge, with the extra nnder-srm gore render the style presented in the donble column illns- - tretion aa ideal basque for stont la- 8TYL18H BASQUE dies. Fanoy silk in dark Persian hades is the material shown, the vest and crush collar being of plain silk in the lightest corresponding color. A I -single row oi passemenierie outlines I the second fold on each front, and the basque closes mvisioiy in centre, n plainer effe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

Star Subscription $1.00 per year, in ailvnnce. C. A. HTKPIIKNftON. U.lllnr and Ptib. WEDNESDAY, DKCKM HKH 25. AnlTHlpprndi'iit livn!pnMT,imltlNhrrtorory Wednivwliiy nt HiynolNvHli .lotTi'inon Co. Ph.. dnvnli'rt In the liili-n-Mmif liyniillvlllt Rnf rnnniinty. Nnn-pnlltlrnl.wlMtri'nt. All with fiilrmvM, mill will li'(tpwliilly friend ly toward" thn lnhorlnv rlnnx. Snhwrlptlon prlri 1 1 .(in per yrnr.ln iirtviinr. Uommnnli'ntlonn 1ntnilin for niililli-ntlon mut btf Horonimnt(d by the wrlUT'n mitnt. not for publlrntlon, hut B ft jrnnrnntiM" nf good fnltn. Intrrontlnit nKW Iti'inmwilli'ltpd. Advrrtlfllim mir mnrtc known on iipplli'n tlon nt thn oIIIi'k In Arnolds' Hlork. Lennhly rmiimmiloiitlorm nnd nhnnm of Rdvprtlnompnln nhotild reach till otllre by Mondny noun. Addrpw nil rnmmnnlriulnrm toC. A. dtpph ennon, KoynotilHvlllo. Pn. KntiMvd nt tho pontiiflliMt nt t!i'yno1dvlll Pa.. An nei'ond I'lnM nmll nml tir. The PnnxfHitnwnoy Spirit mndo Its ajH'Bi-anre 1nt wi'ck looking ns mnt as a ne...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

t r I ; MENT 'THE - STAR. WKDXKSDAY. DKCE.MBRR 25, I-..- ' The Only Shooting Gallery in Jteyn olds ville is the "ACME" Next door to Hotel McCon '. nell, and the prizes are worth shooting for. V lot PrlvA WlnMioafuv lllfln $18.00 - 2nd " Gold 5.00 3rd " Revolver, six shot, central fire, shell extracting, fce. 5.00 Tha Finest Billiard Room in town is run in connection with gallery. Tables have been newly refitted. Kvery thing first-class.- flCKic Shooting Gallery. Next door to HOTEL McCON NELL. : Uh ft Star "What a vaat proportion of our livs li apent in anilou and useless forebod ings oonoerniug the futureeither oar own or that of our dew one I Promt Joy, present blessings slip by, end we wis half their iweet flavor, and all for want of faith in hiin who provide for the tiniest ineeot iu the suubeain. Oh, when shall we learn the eweet truet in Ood that our- children teach us we. Who are ao mutable, to faulty, eo irrita ble, 00 unjust and ha, who if ao watoa fitl. to pitiful, ao lovin...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

P. T. WALSH Keep a Full Line of Groceries, Tobacco and Cigars, Flour and Feed. All goods frenh and of the beet gradeB. Don't handle adulterated Gooda. W. Main St., Reunoldsvllle, Pa. presh Groceries. Special prices on Flour. Cash brings lowest prices. ; : S. J. WILLIAMS. Don't Borrow- Your n'llilMi'H papor whon you cniicot Thr St,H for " ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, fimh In advance, If you tmbrarlbo before January MV'iHiHJ. , G. M. REA'S Meat - Market. Corner Main and Fifth Sta., la always stocked with Freah Meata of all kinda. A large number of Turkiea and Chickens on hand for Christmas. Leave your or den early, Th. RmI Mala. The real Malay I a abort, thlnkaet, well built man, with atratght blank hair, a dark brown complexion, Ihiok note aud llp, and bright, Intelligent eye. Bit dlnpoaitlou la geuerally kindly, bli tnanuer polite and eaay. Never cring ing, ha 1 teaerved with arranger and auaploloua, though ha doe not ihow It Ha la oourageou auil truatworthy iu tha dlaoharge of an undertaking...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

IPinnos, Organs, Columbia i- Hartlord Blf))f)lRS SOLD BY CORWIN & FRENCH. Please call, examine goods and get prices. An Immense Stock of Choice Christmas Candy and Holiday Goods will be found at WM. BURGE'S large Grocery and General Merchandise Store in West Reynoldsville! Call and see his line of goods. Flour and Feed Store in Stoke Block, West Reyn oldsville, Y. L JoHnston. Prop'r, "The beat place In town to buy pure Chop Feedt of all kind and Grain, Baled Hay, Straw, Oil Meal, Ground Bone and Oyster Sheila (or poultry. Justice of Peace office In the store. Collections of all kinds attended to and pension vouchers filled out promptly. Old Pariah Rcglalvr. A Tlcar, Joliu Printer of Worle, Is ae ouied in 1084 of having got so drank "at a Taverue in Loudon, being the bowse aud signe of the' Hwaun in old Fysh Street," that he had to be "curled to bis Lodging, or some other conven ient place, (he) being so drouck, not liable bym-sealf to goo," that Is walk. He is also charged with ...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

J aTl.a TT UUkjli if . II ' ;.l nour ana onop, Feed, Baled flau and Straw, And Grflf.p.rlfi& ii i Krismas is oumin! Anuthlna In the i I S Photographic Xi'if caw. be had at the GRAHAM - GALLERY, two doors west of Centennial Hall. Nothing but first-class work turned out. BOLGER, THK Clothier, Hatter and v Merchant Tailor, Carries a large line of Silk Handkerchiefs and other suit able articles for Christmas Presents. Look over his goods before buying elsewhere. " GO TO v Moore & . . Dickinson KOK YOl'R CHRISTMAS CANDIES, Bananas, Oranges, Grapes, Figs, Nuts, &c. A fine line of all are on hands. Go -ttn -r W. T. COX'S ' KOK Flour, Feed, Fresh Butter and EggB, Hay, Straw, Confectioneries, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars, in fact everything kept in a first-class grocery. falf gist MfM. The array of ilgut rendered ueoeasary where people of Tarloui nationalities congregate- ofteo confuses one not fa miliar with the foreign languages, espe dally When tbe person la dot aware thai they all m...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

V !' Vf ir Stan fittbscttytion .0O per year, in 0(lran. .. A. IITIiPllliHWHi BdHor end Piil. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2'., ISliiT. One Dollar A Yean , From this time forth The Star has decided to adopt a now regulation gov erning the financial part of its business. And that is to make the subscription nplna nnn Hollar a vear to all who will ay In advance. Those who want The TAR (or that price can got it by settling all arrearages and paying an extra dollar In advance. New subscribers will also receive the advance yearly dol lar rate. The prico will remain tlio Bame as heretofore, $1.50 a year, but a discount of 50 cents will be giyen those wfwho pay In advance. THE STAR would like all Its old subscribers to avail mom selves of this offer and as many new ones as possible. Remember wo will stick strictly to tho 11.60 a year price when the subscription is not paid In ad vance. This special offer holds good Wil the 1st of January, 1(W. ft Little o! Everything. Time of Christmas Mirth. 4 The ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

Love' Millionaire, I iiy I "The work! Is lonoly ; The hearth nt home is cold, Anil H'I is lite to child anil wife When lirn hnth llttln rIL" Put soft hr arms steal round my neck My comforter so doar't Anil "Itow much do you lovo me?" And her sweet voice answers olcari "I love yon, I lovo you A hundred million them!" And then I'm poor no more no mora, For I'm Love's millionaire. Then tweeter seems the breaking ' Of Poverty'! and bread. And roses bloom from out the gl ootn And orown the curly hen, I, And If sometime a thankful tear My dreaming eyes shall nil, Her soft arms steal around me, And the whispers sweetly still "I love you, I love you A hundred million there I" I weep no more : (iod help the poorl I'm Love's own millionaire? IF. H. Htnnton In Ladles' Home Journal. A MODERN LOCHINVAR. BY MRU. M. Tj. BAVStt, A peculiar feature of the season of tomnntio youth is that known as the elopiucut period, when Young Lochin var has reached tho conclusion that he has more right to the gir...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

a Th Penalty or Bachelorhood. ' la Cores. vrjr unmarried man 1 fcohaldtred a boy, though hs should live to be a hundred yean old. No matter what his age, he ranks below the young eat of the unmarried men, despite the fact, perlinps. of having lld long nongh to be his father. name people ro en influenced by tho elce. trie currents, ot the atmosphere that they ten foretell the coming of a thunderstorm with perfect aecunwiy, and other thorn are with nerves aoeermtttve that thoy are mi m of having neuralgia Imm a low and fretful Mute ot the nervous system. Now why can't the lnttei be warnod in time end know thnt nn ouncm of prevention In worth a pound ot cure? To tise 8t Jacobs Oil promptly will ward off an attack, or tt attacked, wiU promptly oure. Bueh people eaa do for themselves what others do from weutber prophecies, heed the signal nnd aave the wreck and disaster. The water frnmo trns the Invention of rYrigtA, KntflAh, In 17H9. 100 Tewerfl. SHOO. The readers of thl paper will he T...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 December 1895

IT WAS LITTLE CHOW THE BAD INDIAN KILLED BY YOUNG CHAUNCEY LAMPSON. A tiMdn of ths ftloux Whmw MUilvcdt ItpgiMt With n At of Itaiw Intratttnito. The (lovernmnnt't fltriiRElrs With the ItnMllr During the Wnr. Ttin Hionx or D:kotn trihn of Imli nns hits bum fur n coiwitlorublo time the most pnworful cniifcdi'Mtioii of ubnrlK inos on (ho American continent. Tlipy conltl ilnco tmlny snvrrnl tlion?:mil wnr tlors in tbo Arid, nnil tliry Imvo given onr Bovmnmint nmrli trutiblo (lining the fmst KMU-rsition. It wan thn .Sioux who worn tliti most m-tivrly rngtiKl in wnr with w, iiftor thn discovery of obl in California in 1H41I ciuirpiI nui'li n Srpum of omim! iou iktosh tbo conti nent; they wpio tho loaders in the. de struction of Cnster nnd bin cnmnimiil; it wns tlioy who jierpetrnted tlio terri ble nnuwnrros of 1 Stta in Minnesota and who came so near bringing on n general wnr in 1890-1. Among tho famous leaders of the ionx wns Little Crow, who ut tho be ginning of the onthreuk of 18(13 wa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

WW VOLUME 4. REYNOLDS VI LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 189G. NU3IBER 31 Stallrontt 9" tint (Tnblr. v ENNSYLVANIA HAILUOAD. IN EFFECT MAY 11), 1S!)5. Philadelphia F.rle Hnllmncl Division Time Table. Trillin lenve lirlffviMjtl. KAHTWAKH 9:W n tn Trnln S, dully except Kiimlny fur Hiinlniry, lliirrlxhure nti'l liiiermeiilnteNiii tlinis, nt rl vliiu nt I'lilluilelphla n:SI p.m., New York, V-it . m.i lliilllmtrt. n:lft i.m. Wnslilnirtiin, p. hi riillmnn 1'nrlur nt from Wllliiimspott iind pnssviiicer conches fnun Knni' to liillmlelpliln. 8:Wp. m. Trnln A, ilnlly except Hiinihiy fur llnrrl still nr niul Intel incilliitc xlullnti. nr rlvlnsnt llillmlt'h 4::t A. m.i New Ycirk. 7::tl A. M. I'lilhniin Hlecplinj runt from llnrrltiiiiir to I'hlliiclelphla nml New York, riillmlclpliln piwctiticin i-iiii remain In sleiier uihIIkIuiIxmI until ":) A, M. 9:311 p. nt.-Traln 4, ilnlly fur Hiinlnii y, llnrrlM liiirx nnd liitcrniccllnie Million, nrrlvlnn nt I'hlliiilelphln, l:.vi A. M.i Now York, W:...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

KEYSTONE STATE HEWS CONDENSFD. MAD DOGS. teft for Dead by Robbers Exploding Boiler Xilli Three Hen. A torrMe boiler explosion, by whWi three men wore kilted, oo 'tim-dat the Law colliery, at Avoi'ii, a small mining town 11 miles from Wllkcebnrro. The dead Bros Alex. Voting, aged 89 years, A pump dillleri Thomas Mo ponnlil, ngcd 52 yeni, a machinist, and John Hulls, aged ft) years. The two llrst named were mangled beyond ni'ngnltlon. The explosion Is supposed to have been caused by low water lit the. bolliT. Hilt COK LAMD DKJtb There hue Just lieen consummated it nulnt lenl whteh Involves the transfer of nlioiit 1,500 Here of coking conl In Nicholson end Oermon townships, Fnyetto enmity, for which the owners will receive nbont't2.T0, 000. Notices were sent out to the Innd own ers coueerned that the options were taken. Home weeks ago Attornev William J. John son, of Unlontown, and lavld Durr and B. V. (.'over, of near Mosnntown, secured op tions on about 20 trii'-t of eoal along Georg...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

BUDGET OF FUN. HUMOROUS SKETCHES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Re Was Captious Unfavorably Ap pearances Deceiving Postponed ofl Account of the Weather He Won, Ete. ' 8h stuttered to, flint when with hi Proposal she coneurreil, Be Mid heonuldn't eredlt her BeoauM the broke her word. Hlohmond Dispatch. UNFAVOHABLT. Fosdick "Did the baron strike yon favorably?" Keedick "Do yon call striking me for fifty striking me favorably?" Life. CHARITT. Mother "What did yon do with the medioine the doctor left for yon?" Small Boy "I heard there was a poor boy ill in the back street and I took aronnd and left it for him." Dundee News. A! niFERTIHEHT WFEIIBNCB. Elderly Coquette "Just imagine I My maid took three-quarters of an hour to curt my hair this morning 1" Her Dearest Friend "Why didn't you take a walk in the meantime?" Town Topics. APPEARANCES BECETmn. Teacher "And now, Tommy, why should we never jeer at the man who wears ragged clothes?" Tommy " 'Cause he may have money in the pookets of 'em." In ....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

iShocrtj('on $1.60 pr year, in advance. C. A. NTKPIIKNftOIV, Rdllor ami Pnb. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, MM1. An Independent local paper, published every Wednesday nt Htynoldvllle, Jefferson Co. Pa7 devoted to the Interest of Ueynnldsvlllo aiiu JutiMfiifDtiiily. Non-iolltical, will treat All wit n tairne, Ann will he especially friend ly towards the laboring class. Subscription price II. 00 per year. In advance, Communications Intended (or publication mu... 1u ompunU'd by the writer's nntni not for publication, hut ft ft guarantee of good faith. Interesting new Items solicited. Advertising rntcs made known on applica tion at the office In Arnolds' Mock.. Ijpnithty communications And chnng nf Advertisement should roach till" office by Monday noon. Address nil communication toO. A. Steph enson. Hoynoldsvllle, I'a. Enteredat the postoftlce at Reynoldsvllle, Pa., as aecond class mall matter. We will publUh tho announcement of a number of candidate next week that was received too lata for this...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

Subneription $1.60 per year, in advance. C. A. HTRPHRNHOI Rdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. 189rT traotltrs' 03ntts. Ffttwmniter train arrive and leftve Rojrn Oldarllle follow! Allegheny Valley Railway. Kiuitwftrd. Westward. Train , - - 44 a. m.lTrnln , - - 7.40 a. m. ?rln 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train t, 1.42 p.m. rnln3 - - B.W p. m.Trnln 10. - - Ms p. m. R!SnOMVTM, pottT-omm. Mttll arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrlvi. Drpftrt. mOMTHlWrflT. rOR TUB CART. l.U p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - tl.20 p. m. man tbckast. ron ths mr.nr. 1.00 . m. - - t oo p. rn.l7.1fl m. - - 1.1.1 p. m. ft Little ot Everything. An ft Nll without ft rlnpnor UwlMft ftnd forgotten llont 00 doth thn hunlnosfl nf tho mnn Who will never advertise. Printer' Ink. Did you "swear off?" The days art) Kitting longor. Go to J. 8. Morrow's for shoe. Additional local on editorial page. Go to the opera house Saturday night. ' All woolen underwear reduced at Deemer's. " The Demorest sewing machine at 119.50 ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

The Three Wishes. Thro littla girls sat Idly on the bench ; Ont like it Illy tall and fair, One brilliant with hnr raveu hnlr, Ono swoot nnil ah; of speech. I wish for fnmo," the Illy sold. " And 1 for wonlth and nmirtly llfo." Then gently spoke the third "An wife, I ask tor lore lustoad." Tears passed. Again bosldo the sea Throe women sat with whltoned hnlr, Still grantful, lovahlo nnd tnlr, And told their destiny. 41 Fame Is not nil," the Illy sighed, Wealth fullls If the heart ba dead." " I have boen loved," ona sweetly said, And I am satisfied. Binxn K. Bolto In Demorset. DIAMONDS IN HER HAIR. A SECRET SERVICE MAN'S STORY. 'Years ago," said aa old secret scr ice man, "I was in business in New Tor It. Mod at my trade as a detec tive boar nil sorts of stories ; souio of them long nfter the knowledge will do uy good. Nevertheless, now nnd then, these yarns form curious bits of history. Not long ago a gentleman from the inside wos tulling me a bit of unwritten hintory of the New Yor...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

Worm m Fond. 'The most curious food product of Ui flnmonn Islntuls Is the pnlolo, n spa vrorm which the nntlvcs cntch and bake as Uicy would sweet potntocs. The few Yesr OiitlooV. The business of the country line b50m so dependent upon politic, especially tho m:nufo-turinu nnd Importing Interests, thnt there Is ngnln a lull in Its nativities, wnlt In to sen whnt changes mity tnka piece lb tnrllt nnil other Inws besrlnir unon such lm portnut brnnrhes of tnvl As (!.in?ri enn not mature such changns tnurlt before Inn lust of iniMwr, the outlook Is somewhnt dlsconrnixlnir. But nt the sane tlrno tho vexations ol snob A statu of things niiirlit not to be allows I to fret the nervous sy.t'in. BeHnr times will come at Inst on mori etlh stnoUnl busts. Mi'sntflilln It Is well to know that worry to thn norms Is thn prolific source of NenmlRln nnd klndre I nllments, and It Is nlso established thnt In spite of whnt Congress mny do, or nny other causa of vexation to the nervous system. Ht, Jacobs...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 January 1896

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Tnplo for Ilia Wrrh Ili'alnnlne; Jim, 1. Comment hf R, II. Ix1e. Tiiimo. The rwrll nml tlm nower of ainbl-Mon.-Luke II, IWj lH.nt. Till, II TO. AmliHIou In an iimrcllnntn ntul tmwr desire of jiirfpniiriiit, honor, superiority or power. The pnrll niul tlio power of ntuliltion nrn IlluntrntiMl In thn lives of tunny of thn wnrlits must Illustrious Inmi. Tho pnwor of tlmlr niuhltiuii Inn Vjooii no grout t lint. rrtftirillras of tlio Jw-t tights of others, rvKiirillcss of tlio law of Hod, they Inivo notilit only to no ooiiii1InIi tht'ir purpoycn, nml whim pusl tion nml power Imvo lit'tui itttnlni'il (lull Iiiik licnti forKnttim, nml no nlnini thnt won Iln linn hml upon tliniu Imvn boon oonniiloroil. In llio flrnt Horlplnrnl reformine wo Imvn pniiitml out to tin it lutnUililn mu nition nml tlio wiii'lim wuiltn of It. Wo nrn told Hint, .Trim grow In fnvnr With (iiul mid iiiiiii. t'lirtHt wnx In tlin tmn souse niiihit limit. Ho wns fllli-il with nn Inorilinntn flimlro to...

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