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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 September 1892

IT ItKYXOLDSVILLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY SKI'TEM HER 215, 18112. NUJIDER 21. VOLl'MB 1. r ) I ' JttiecClUtttCOUe. 1 MITCH KLL, ATT( K X K Y-AT-LA V. Office nn Wcl Main ttet, npixlle the I'oniiiii'iriiil Hotel. UeyiHiltlsvllle. I'm. JJUTK K. HOOVKll. JlKYNOLnsYIU.K.l'A. KeslileM ilentM. lit VinlMlmr neiir Mi'tlm ilIM I'lmn'li, nppiislte Arnold Mm-k. licit! le nes In iiperutlnir. ftctrU. JJOTKL McCOXNKLL, RKYNOLOSYILLK. PA. FJtAXKJ. It LACK, V.pnrfm-. The leiiilltiK hotel of the town. Ilciuhtiiir ters fur i'iiniineii'lil men. Stctim heul, free 1m, lnilli rininit iiml i-liwetH nn every IIimiv, ll in )h- rimms, lilllllllil Iimihi, telephone Cim-mi-UoiiH, .Vi J()TKLTrKLXAP, REY NOLDS VI LLK. PA. O It EES f ( 'O.XS E It, PmprMmv. First i'Iiimi Inevcry partli-uliir. I.m iiti'il In Ihe very i-enlre of 111. Ini-.lin-i-.piir! of town. Free 'litis to tmil from Iriiln- 11 rid i-oniniiwlloiis wimple room for riminii-ii-tiil ii-iivi-Iit. mkuu'an hotkl. nkookviixk. pa. ; i rj'i.xa ro.x it' Lo.xn, ;v"...

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 September 1892

GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT AT WASHINGTON, D. 0. About 100.000 Veteran March In the Great farads, h Istory of the Ora-anlaition. At Washington, P. C, on Monday Om ral Palmer, with his staff, reviewed tho parade, which preceded the dedication cer emonies at Grand Army place. The long procession as-cmbled promptly, moved nil without a hitch, marched well and looked well. The entire avenue was clear from the Peace monument to Seventeenth street. mid over the broad, smooth spice the troif moved with wonderful precision. A. l. WKISSKRT. TIIK yVVt C.OMMASHFR. Brevet Major General Fugctie A. Cnrr wa in cnmmnnd and to hit rear, acting In cmi cert, were such soldiers ns Itrlgadicr tienernl Uuy V. Henry, the hero of ninny tights.and llrigacller General Albert Ordwny. Viewed as a scenic nflnir It was brilliant. All arms of the United Stales were represented R'ld almost every variety of uniform was in line. Im.jialely after t!ie grea,t parade the Commander-in-Chief delivered his address, at the dedic...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 September 1892

If t Wer Fair. If I were Mr! If I hail littln htiniti anil slender fret, If to my cheeks the color rich ami sweet Came at a word nml faded nt a frnwnt If I had clinging cut-In of biirnlsh'd hrownl If I hail ilrrrHiiy eyes aglow wltli smiles. And girlish IIiiiIm. and pretty girlish wiles If I were fair, Love would not turn aside. Life's pnth. so narrow, would bo broad and wide, If I were fair t If I were fair, Perhaps lllcr other maidens I might hold A true heart's store of tried ami tested gold. Love waits on beauty, though sweet lov obeys The niyath! witchery of her shy wjys. If I were fnlr my ers would seem o fewi Life would unfold sweet pictures to' tv view, If I wi re fair! If I were fair. Perhaps lh" baby, with a scream of joy, To clasp tuy lin k would throw an ay ita toy, And hide ita dluiplea In in shining hair, llcwildt-r'd by the luie of glory there! Hut now It! shadow of a young girl's fscci t'neolor'd lips that Pain's cold lingers trace i Yuu will not blame tho ihlld wlms...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 September 1892

gTftc it Stat. tiihiirriititm tl.HO )r tnir, imulmnrr. An huli'tit'tiili'iit lorn I rmptT, ptiblMuMlpYiTy 1Vi'ilni"iliiy tit Heynulunvllln, .IcfTprrMHi I'n., Vn.. flfViitrd to thi' liiti'ritH of Ki'ynnlflvlll unit .IclTciKoniMHiiitT. Non-nollilfiil, will tn-ut nil villi fulrmos, mill will lK-'iiix'litlly frlt'iiil ly towiinU tht luliorlnii rim. Piiliwrlptloh nli'ifl.!tiiM'r irinr, In itilviinri". ('nnimiiiilt'ittliut IntiMiih-u for itulillrntlott muni lw nn'oniimnli'il liyllm writer", iiiinw, not for iitililli'iitlon, Inn n iiiinittti' of giKHl fitllli. liilirilliiK m Itrnm miIIi'HimI. Ailviii llHltiff tiili'K nnitli known on uiiplli'ii tltm ill MniinVi In Ariinltli' litiM-k. I,'nithtv roinnninlt'iitlonfl nnil rlmnso of nilvrriloi'mi'iilM nlimilil roiu'li I III ulllrtt liy Mondnr niMin. Allri"M nil I'onininiili'iilloim lot'. A. Hlrpli enon, HrvnoliUvllh1, I'n. Knloii'il in I In' nMtolMro lit Ki'jrnnlilnvllli', Pn., hn h intl i'Iiimn tinill innttrr. '. A. BTFPIIUSJio:, Kitltnr ami Pu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 September 1892

m jr Stan Huhrrtiitlim $t.t0 rr jrr, in ndvnncf. . A. MTKPIIICNflON, I'.dllor mid Pub. W E PN F.S 1) A Y , S K PT E M U K R 2H, 1 HH2. rnvdfvs' OTnttit. I'nwnwr trnln nrrtrp nt the Hrynnlil rllli million ss follows: Eitrtmtrtl. M 'rthniril. Trnln , - - (.At m.Trnln , - !., m. Trnln I, - - l. p. m. Trnln ?, 1.4'i p. m. Trnln .1, - .anp. ni,!Trnlii Ht, - n.iw p. m. RKYmii.imviM.il piMT-orriin. MiilU arrive mill nihI leave lite pml-olHren fuliimm Arrire. Itrpnrt. num tiis wkst. mil Tim kast. I. 1S p. m. - - 7.m p. ni.iH.IOii. in. - - l !.:m p. in. roiiH Tint hast, rou tiir t?t. 7"nn. in. - - i.m p. in. T.nn n. in. - - l.m p. m. Arrive from Itiitlinii-I mill I'rewnltvllle II. :hiii. m. Arrive front I'ltnli' Tuenliiy, Tlinrtliiys mill Miihinliiv nl 'J.:m p. in. Iiepnrt fur I'ri'wnl t vl lli, Itnthini'l, runic a.( ii. in. tiltlre lioiirn7.nl n. m. toH.imp. ni. Money onli'r tiltlrc opi'ii from T.nnii.tn. lo 7.:mp. in. Iteulsler iiltlre open from T.nn 11. in. tos.nn p. m. Leant Holliliiv fn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 September 1892

TROTTING WONDERS. fRFl PNEUMATIC MJIiKlFS MAKK MAHVUhOUS TIMK POSlUljU. Brilliant Performance of Nanrjr Hank ami Hanoi Advantages of tho Alr-Ctishloneil Wheel The Speed Limit. AUD fl., Bunol mill Nancy Hanka--whieh of them is tho fast est? Should tou ask tills question ot a l certain ruddy, pleas ant faced, brisk mannered Br itch- lrish Now ton would lor answer Yorker, receive an cm- pbatin: Mnud!" Well may Robert Bonner givo this opinion nd cling witU enthusiastic loy alty to hit favorite, that magnificent FASCT mare whoso record of 2:0!?; ou a regu lation oval trick seven years ago Is in the minds of most impartial judges the best trotting performance the world has ever witnessed. Bunol's 2:D8t. made over the timo-destroying, matiiematlc-ally-ingenious, kl'.eshaped tiack, is in ferior as regard absoluto speed, Mr. Bonner claims, to Maud 8.' time, inas much as the kite track is undoubtedly from two to three seconds faster than the oval. Nancy Hunks's 2.07, though maile on an oval, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 September 1892

r Y PORGRESS OF THE CHOLERA. THE SEVENTH NEW VICTIM YORK- DIES IN Bat No More New Cases Are Reported -Confidence Restored and No Further Trouble Ezpected-Tbe FUiui Dying Oat in Hsmburr. Imis Wrinlmpen, of No. 14 First street. New York, who was tnlcen rick few ilnys fif o with Asiatic cholera mid removed to (lie reception hospital, died in that institution (tatiinlny morning. The barti.r!nlolu of the health deport ment reported this afternoon the rnsult it their eiiiminntiiins l'i the cases nf the I'linia mon, l'p Joe Wall, who died at I t .Molt street, and Mury Murphy, of Rl Cherry ttnet, who is In the reception hospital. They found that the t'hlnamiin did not die of Asiatic cholera and that the woman was not BulTfrinp from that disease. Mil I llol.KIH IK Sl:1V YOllK. The 10 o'clock Saturday bulletin issued by the hoard of health reads i,s follows: "No rusts of cholera have uppcorcd in this city since the hist bulletin." Troidcnt Wilson of the New York Hoard of Health, sinus to he o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 September 1892

A DIAMOND MARKET. EXPERTS IN PARIS WHO KNOW ALL THE PRECIOUS STONE3. A riic Wlicra a Stranger tVowltl n Ko Traces of llnjlna r Srlllnie Mil linns of Dotlnra ltrraontfid In One Itay'a Stork Canifil la tnrrr 1'lacra, It wns tlio AM) Hnny who siiliiprtf ! dinmomlft to the rouln-Ht 1vntment. He tised to take a lmmiiirr imJ snimli tlmm. lie did tl:o innie with inrinMs, rubies and fHipphircfi, just n if llu-y were worth nothing. By this heroic trontmeiit the Venerable nhbe diwovtivd tlint tlic broken particles of nil wlnii stones have rmrticnliir forms which establish their Renninenesd beyond nil doubt. De fore hin time it was almost impossible to tell n diamond fromabrilluint or piece of rock crystal. But no w nobody breaks pm-ions sti ines. Any dealer can take, with an indifferent air, the diamond thnt ispreseiited tohini for examination, and fay without the leant hesitation, "That weighs so much; it is a little fellows it is worth so much." And he is never deceived. At the pres ent tim...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 October 1892

mm ! : i YOMtMK I. IMCYNOU-SVIliU:. IT.NN'A., WKDNKNbAY 0( TO;lJ MiMl5i;iJ. 12. IHIfii'lliUtrotia. i Mi'ivnn.i., A 'IT'il.WI'.Y-AT-I.AW. H!t.- mi Wet M it 1 11 iltce", iiiiihIh Him ('olnltil-l-elltl Hold, lirVlltililNt lllr. I'll. yi n. k. I u v ki (, IfKYNnl.HSVII.I.K. I'A. , lli.ili'llt drill M. Ill tilllldlle: tiral Mi llni ills! rlutrrlt, ntiiiftlr Arnold lilorl,, liellllf- lll'HH III llHM'llttMU. ftottlo. II OTKL MiVONNKM., lKYNoUKYll.l,K. I'A. FltAXKJ. IILACK, i;-irMr, Tin li'tidltnr Imlrliif the lim n. Ilriiiliiiiir- tcrs fur rnllllnercltll llirll. Hlriltll hrlll. free litis, tititlt room mid rt.i-rts on every floor, sillnlili' renins, lllllllittl Iiniiii, tele lioi'ie run liect Ions. Ac. (TKI HKLNAI'. ltKYN(l.lHYII.I,i:, I'A. ' tlliKKXtt lltXSNIt, l'ip,hli,K. I-'IimI flllw llletrty M I'l li'lllal . Loenlrd 111 Ihi iim v renlia of 1 1 1 1 liiwlnr-.s un l uriMwn. t'rrt' 'him til mill fimn liiiln mill riinillliHlltilri Hltlnlllr litems fur t'eliiliielvliil 1 1 n vein. mkhican l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 October 1892

STRICKEN HAMBURG. PESCniPTtOM OK TIIH CUOL-r-tx fcllA-lNKBUTRD POUT. On of ttin Four Great Rnport la Vtha World Klnis Quay nnd Irrrgntitr (timet Ths City' Attract Ion, V' iA nn tiiiii of r llimbutii sT'f vflV HiiTre and Antwerp Sl6i&vXl i ere the gntnwny of vS'vXVIaK i"rnl'B w,llrn l,en SmV outwnrd for the thou inmUoi emigrant to coino to America. It is the purpose of this nr tide, savl the New Vnrlr Wiipltl. rt ntvA Cil ...... , ... r'f!l. Kime Idea of Hnmburii, Commerce tins mndo ITambtirg grunt. Next to London nnd Liverpool it Is the greatest commercial placo of Europe, nnd with New York It in ono of tho four great seaports of the world. It Imports amount to more than I billion, dollars annually. Nine thous and vessels risit it every year. From It are lent thousands upon thousnudj of migrants to America. ; Hamburg liei on the Lower Elbe. It It seventy miles from tho North 8-a nnd 171 miles fiom Berlin, on the Upper Elbe. At Hamburg the Kibe is broad and deep. The harbor is ma...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 October 1892

A Mttie Kansas Heroine, The greatest heroine In Atchison I a 10-venr-old girl. Four years nao tier father died, leaving nix other children, who were nil small. There win a inortiip of 1250 on the house, and the family was In a rillrmma. ns they were forolpnors mid could only penk n few words of English. Tlio frirl got work In an Atchison nstb Ishtnent. and Inside of six months was milking enough niotify to sup port tho family. For tho lust two years she has been sending the chil dren to school, mid since her father died has paid oft tlf0 of the uiort gngo, besides paying erery dollar of I he funeral expense. At odd times he studies, and has loarned to speak the Rngllsh lnnguitgo perfectly. Her employer has aNo promoted her to the position of ororscer of the works. Hm walks two miles to her work every day, as slio livos in ,tho su burbs. Atchison Globe. A Man with 1 lire TVIvres. In Hlchafelder township, In Ohio, lives a man named Adam Jtoundy. who recently moved there with hit wife ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 October 1892

mt it Star. Subscription tl.fit) per V'lr, in mtrnnre. An tnrirpetulrnt lrv-nl nnprr, imWIslii-drvi-rT Wt'(lnt-.luy Hi KoyimlOHVIHc, .IrfTcrsott To., Hevntort Id tilt- IntcN-'ttn of ItcynoltWvMH' rum .lpfT'rmi county. Noti-iNilltlcal. will trcut All nllh fnlrni'H. imil will lc i--H('lulljr fHrml ly tnwnril flip hilHirlriff rlii-. Hutwrtpllnn prliM-l..'wtM,rv)Miiln mlvnncn. t'lmimiiiilciitUinH liilvriilcil for tiulilli'iilloti mut Ih nrcoinpmilcd hy tin wntT' nitnn-, not for piililli'iillott, hut n- n ffitimutfri- of rchkI fnlth. lim-n-MInt tli'wn Mi-mi -uillclti-il. Advi-ri Islnir riit(i nmilc known oti applli-ii-tlon nt tin ottli-i- In AuioM-r Itlock. 1.1-nirlity foniniutilciitloni mill Hitmen of nilvi-rtln-im-ntM hIiouIiI u-hi'Ii Ihli otlk-i- Ity Mondny niHin. Adilri-si nil fornniimli-iitlnMH toC. A.HIcpli lnon, l(ivnoliivllli. KiiIi-iimI nt tin- poitomVr nt Hcvtiolilsvlllc, ni.. n -M-.-OII.I cImmk mull nint tt-r. 4'- A. HTf:i'lll:SO, i:lllir mid Pub. WEDNESDAY . x TOIlKli "sTii- ...

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

J r mt it Stat. iSiieim'pfwro $1.50 per pent; in advance, '.",. HTKPIIKNOWi KilUor wil Pub. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 18!)2. Ctritvrlrr' Wtti. I'nmcniNT trnliiH arrive lit tin) Itcynoltls vlll station us follows: EtmUntrd. Westward. Trnln f. - - e.Wn m.Trii1n (1. - - 7.31' n. m. Trnln I, - l.m p. m. Trnln 2.- -1.43 p.m. Train it, - Jp. ni.lTniln U. - - I'.'" . in. nxriioi.iwviM.r rosT-oKFicis. Mull arrive nnd nml Irnvc tlir pust-nntrcns follows: Arrirr. Ihpint. rnoM tiik wkst. nm tiik r.xwr. I. Hp. m. - T.m p. ni.iA.inn. in. - - 13.mp. m. roiiM TiimsT. nm tiik wr.n. T.flOn, m. - - g.tui p. in. T.nn n. in. - - 1 -1 p. in. Arrive fnnn ICal limi'l nml I'rcsnittvlllc II. iffl n. m. . Arr in Tnnn rutin' Tucwiiiy". i iiiii'imv nnd Siitntiliiyi ni 3.:m p. in. .... Iirpint fur i'tT'it t v ii if, kiiiiiiuci, i ii n " mi p. m. oifti'i' hours T.m n. in. tuM.im p. in. Money onlir nflli't' uprn front T.MP n. m. 1n .:!. ni. lteidster ottli'e open fl-i'in T."" it. in. to M ini p. ni. I.eiml lliilimiy ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 October 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS roOX MANY POINTS. Important Nsws Itsms Received a W 9a to Press. rrlme nail Penalties. "Commodore" Miller and 12 other con victs working In a camp about ix milt from Dallas, Tr assaulted and disarmed the guards, and escaped. A hundred armed nd mounted men are In pursuit. W. R. Crossed, of Hope, Ark., who de faulted with (21,000 achool funds and con siderable monry belonging to the People's Bank, of which hewai cashier, has been ar rested at New Orleani. Ha attributes his downfall to speculations. Two practical Joker fools In Kansas City attached an elect rio wire to a .piece of ma chinery w hich T. R. Vincent handled. Mr. Vincent is now dead and the officers sro looking for ths two practical Jckers. Servant Alfred Halllday, drill Instructor of the Twenty-second Regiment, employed by Arnnld A Constable, New York, was held in $1,600 for forgory. tHe confessed liaving robbed the (lrtn of 11,800 the last IS weeks. lie spent the money in fast living. Jacob Ilreltst...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 October 1892

A Small, Rwfft Way. There's ncvor a rose In nil the world But makes loml green spray sweetert there's nevor wind In ll ths sky Hut makes some bird wing fleeter 1 There'! never a star but brings to heaven Some llver radiance tender) And never rosy cloud but helps To crown the nun net splendor; No robin but may thrill dome heart Hli dawnllght gladness voicing. 8xl gives hi all mini email, tweet way To ivt Ibe world rejoicing. Youth Banner, PLAYED AND LOST. A slight, pnte-fuced girl 11.1t silently loylng wilh a ploco of nnedlewoik on tlio low porch of hor mother's house; hnndsomo young man Iny stretched at her foot. On Ilia lnwu nnotlicr young couplo woro engaged in a gamo of croquot. Tlio sun's hut gleam lighted up (iraco Million's fucn will) a hnlo of bounty, and Uurnnrd Norton looked nt hor with undisguised adinir a Ion. "Thore is nothing so lovely as a lovely womtvn," lio laid aloud. Tlio polo chock of C.arlco Barton Unshod as iho quickly glanced at the ponkor. It was I ha third ti...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 October 1892

I THE REWARD OF COLUMBUS. To Christ he crlrd tnqnrtl Prntlil ilrnfmlnf Sung hjr tho (toria to DtMUiriiimiicliiM'tleM Brn; To Christ he erlnl for Rliiti pnu tif Kmnn nr troo. When, horurliiR nVr Ihu mini, Dt'iitli watched fit leisure; Anil when ho shonrcil tho mm. nmv ilnxril with plpnsnrn, Fnllh's now world Rlltti'rlnij stnrllko 1111 the Irr, "I trust thnt hy tho help of t'lirist," snld ho, "1 presently slinll lluliton roIiIpii trc-iisure." Whnt trensiiro found he? Clinlni and pnhis mid sorrow Yen, nil tho wealth those nnliln seekers find Wlmso f"Olf lis murk the iimsle of ninnkllicll Twru his to lend life: 'tuns .Mini's to Imrrow; Twos his to niRke, hut nut to Minn, tlio nmr row. Who In Love's memory lives this morn en shrined. Ihcofloro Wstts In L'Midnn AihemiMim, TJIK LOST MAIL HAUS ' It wns evening In Vlutlivotitok. (hit on the harbor the tlnrk waters of the en of Japan reflecteil the twinkling lights; from lmlf a dozen vessels lying smtKly at anchor, and westward Ix-liinil the ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 October 1892

J Wm VOLUME 1. HKYXOLDSVILLIO, l'KNN'A., WKDNKNDAY OCTOBER 12, 1U92. NtJMBKU 23. 1 MITCHKLL. ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW. Offlrv nil Vest Mittti tlivi't, opt""-' Citninn-rvhil Unit ), Ur.viml.l-vllli. I'll. JJliril. K. HOOV Kit. HKYNOU)SVIM,K. PA. Kv-.lli-nt lrntl-t. In Ituililintr m iir Mrthn dtM clnnvli, ihiI1 AmioM IthN-k. tiriitli-tit- in opcrutiiiu. KttU, J JOTKL Mit'ONXKUi. KKYNOl,l)KVILT,K. PA. Flt.WKJ. IiLACh Pmin'b-tnr. Tlio Irlidtiitf liotfl nf tin Imvn. Itrinlipi.tr vm for funtnii'ivlnl men. Hrimi ln-iit, fri-i-Inw, Itii t li tin mm tifitl riMt on rvriy floor, iu)iplr liHinm, btllliu i hmiii, irli'pliom- i'tm- lltH'tlotltt, At. TT()TKI HKLNAP, HKYNOLDKVII.LK. PA. Klrwt cIh-m Im-vry piitilt'tilitr. I.ocntril In the vi-ry i'iilii of 1 li' Im-iiM' - pfn l of (own. Fn-i 'him to it lid fiimi IrnliiM nttd i-oimnntliotis Miniplr room-- for cominciviitl luivclrr. JMKlllCAN HOTF.L. BROOK VI U.K. l'A. nvri'isttros & i.osa. v..,.-..-. t HUttliHI 111 lllt'l ri'MDlllll lllllh-.. l,UKM-;in n-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. — 12 October 1892

PENNSYLVANIA PICKINGS. OMR IMPORTANT HAPPENINGM Of Interact to Dwllratt th avayatonj tat. DELAMATEIt HELD Ol'LTY. 4 VMIUItT ACIAIMsT Till ItX-aKXATOa roa KMIIKKKI.KMFXT. The jury In the !elnninter ens on trill, nt llendvllle agreed upon a verdict, finding x-Hcnntor U. W. Prliiniafor guilty of hcctlemcnt n charged mul acquitting (I. II. lahimntcr, liisfulhcr, andT. A. Pelnmntor, lilt brother. A. II. Ittchtimml, one of Hie counsels for Hie 1 1 0 n , gave notice llmt n motion would he presented fur n new trlnl. If the motion should hp refused the ciife will he apalt'd to the Supreme Court. If a new trial Is not gritnte I hy Judge Hen ilerson.there will no doubt he mi nrrost of execution of Judgment while npp-nl is "ending. The ennlty In the cine Just tried li fine not lent thnn iho mini eiuhcrcled, mid Imprisonment in (he Kiiltoiitlnry for tot less thnn one nor more thmi nix years, In solitary ronllucnioiit nnd ut hnnl labor. four ih nukkh tons ok papkii. IT WILL TASK AI.I.T1HT TO PRIN...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 October 1892

Homesickness. If I should Irate my lining mnl go sway To pans a year tiil (I iy 'illil ill Mr r scene, slimiM I not rarly Gml Thnt 1 Im.l li ft h. lilml A portion of my life's felicity Which co'iM not rul low imp? And It, when Ilia nl'oicil tlmu had passed, I turned my steps nt hut To enter nt the olil fiinilll.ir dour Of kindly home mice morn. Might I not not linrii that what my lirnrt had untight Win 'inrk-tiirniiiK thoiiKht, "iVn nililnu null In home's securest spot Arul t mnl, I llr.. I it nut'.' Mli;ht I nut vnluly wander to mnl fro, Sifklntf n In in know t That fond cnniplftenc. of fclhily Which cnu'il not ful I.. w tnrt Ah, ycsl Ami Ifa lonclnn onl In heaven Kn o pns.p irt might l o hIvcii To come a ilii and trend curth'a weary mill Willi feel unuicil In lull To leave tin' converse or eternity Ami linger lovingly. O'er cm tli's poor haunts, Hip p 'ay-ground of IIiiimi years Whose mil pi worn (llmniril with tears, Rn w.nilil llml II, Ht nntlilnir here hc.lnw Was w lint It mcd ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 October 1892

Star Unhin'rifilion tl.fiO ir cor, in lulranre. An lnliM'tiili'nt lornl nnper, piililNln'ti'rjr WpiIiii'mIiiv Ht ltfvnolnvllli. .hfTron ('il l's., ilrvotrcl tn tlii IntrrfOK of HrynoltUvllh. ntul .fflTi'roiiriniiMy. Nnn-pollltriil, will trrnt nil with fiitrm'. unit will ni'tniMt'lnlly frlonn Iv tiiwiinU tin' liilmi-lntf rlu... Hitlwrtpt Inn irlrtl.!tnM'rriMir,ln nilvmn'i. Vimirmiiilriithin Ittti'mlptl for iMihllrntlott BiitMt hi nrroni)Mttiiail hy tin wrftir'n ttiiini, not for nitlilli'Ntlon, tint tin n trwitrnttt'! of giMMl fultli. Inh'ivsluiic IH'wn Iti'ln Millrlti'il Ailvrrtlftlntf rntiHi nutili known on H)llrn tlnn nt thHoftti't' In Arnold' IIIim'Ic. Iji'inrhty I'onitnimlrtitloim nml rliiinw of nrtvi'rtlNfniiMitM nhonlil rini'h thl otllrt tiy Moniliiy niNin. Aiiilrt'n nil I'otnnninlrntlotm to (. A. Hh'pti etiHiin. Ui'Vtiiililvlllc. Tii. Knti'tW nt 1Im tHmtoftli'i nt Itcynolilivllli. I'n., n wrotHi rniHM itmii ntniiiT. C. A. KTl;rili:o, i:tli..r nl I'nh. WEIWKHDAY. (HTOBElt 12. W...

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