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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

VOLUME 4. KEYNOLPSVILLE, 1'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AVUlh 2U, 1890. NUMBEK 50. Urtllrortb Prims ""ablta. 2KN NSY LVANIA ItAI LUO A D. IN EFPW.T MAV 181)5. I'lillmleliililtt A Krle HallroniHMvlslonTline Table. Thiliw IciKT Hrlftwool. KAKTWAKH 0.04 m-Ttiiln dully except Snnniiy for Kiinhiii-y, llnrrUbiirn nnd InterniPitliite stn lon. mrlvlnir Ht l'lillinlelililn p. m., Knw York, M:& p. m. lliiHlinoro,m p.tn.i Wnpliititftim. J:.ip. m I'lillninii l'rlor eiir from llllntniiort hikI lmwi'iigpr condic. from Knnc in riilliHlrlphiii. B:.W p. in. Trnln s, dully except Hmnlny for llari-lhliuiir mid InlcriiieillHte stations, nr MvIiikhI l'hlbi(lclplilH4:: A. M.i New York, A. M. I'liMmnn Hlcoplnii ruin from JtnrrMiiiK In I'lilliiilclplilii mm New York. rhtlmlrlphlii pinsi'iiuers can remain hi sleeper uhdlHtui brd mil II ":HU A. M. ' A p. m. Trnln 4. dully fur Hiinlmry, llnrrls-ntii-ff nnd (tmirtiieilluie Millions, tirrlvlnir Hi I'lillndclplilB, :M A. H.; iiw York, W::m a.m. on week tluys hikI in.:...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

DEHTH III THEGYCLONES Pill NINE PERSONS WERE KILLED. Destruction wrought for Many Miles, in Popluous Kamai District Many persons were killed outright, three Were fntally nnd 17 more or less Injured nnd great destruction of property wns wrought by a cyclone which passed over Clay eounty, Kan., Saturday night The dead reported arc: Frank refcrson. Mr. Frank Peterson, the wlK Jlahr reterson, child ot tho above. Mr.' Ole Halverson. Grandchild ot reter Anderson. The Injured are member of the families of John Morris, F. Welkin, Peter Anderson and H. Gardner. Passengers on the lloek Islnnd train from th north brought partial details of the cy clone. It started about six mllei south of tllfton. and went In a northcnter'.y direc tion for 12 or 15 miles: then lost It force by sprendim. It passed about hnlf way bo tween Clifton and Morgnnvllle, Ita track varied from 150 yards to a quar ter of a mile in width. It tore through a farming communty and left nothing stand ing. Houses and barns were ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

V r MONTICELLO. INTERESTISO ORHCRIPTIOX OB THE HOME OK JEFFERSON. flie Historic Munition Even to the In terior and Furnishing Preserved Almost ns the Great States man Left It. n JT OXTICELLO is three miles from the ' town of Cbsr lottosville, Va., and issitn ated upon tho top of what U known as Southwest Mountain, an appendage of Carter's Mountain. The road from Charlottesville begins to wind aroun.l the base of the mountain at the crossing of Moore's Creek. The ascent is long and somewhat tedious, for, though the mountain is only 530 'feet high, its sides are ttecp and the making of a roadway a century ago was no easy task. The climb is at lcat mile and a half long nnd the whole distance through a dense wood. The present owner of Monticello has built wall on the outer edge of most of the roadway, which rondors it safe for travel even at night. But in the days gone by it must have been a somewhat risky business to make the ascent after snnclown. During Mr. Jefferson's sixty years of...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

Cfic -fr Star Sukucriplinn $1.00 rr vr, atlrnnre. C. A. HTKPIIWNSO. F.dltnr anil Pub. WEDNESDAY. APK1L 21. WW. An lnili-r-n(li-mli-lpiipi-r,pulill-ln-il every Wedm-nlny til Hi-ynolilnvllli', JcflVmmi Co. Vn., lie voted lo I he InHM-cslHof Id-ylioliNvlllc and Ji'iri'rminriiniiljr. Nmi-pnlltliMi I, Willi rent, all with fiilrm--M.il ml wlllli--ic-liilly fili-ml-1? townrd lh- liiborlng -lu. Pulnu-rliillini irli'i-l.tMM-ryi-nr,lii nilvanrp. Cnmiminlrnlltiiis liin-mlrd for publication must ho a mipanlwl by the writer's nnnn nut for piihlh-iHlon, hut in n Karnnti- of good fiilih. Interesllna nrws Itemssolh'lli'il. Advert lln rules nmdi- known on tipplu-ii-tlon ftl the nftlrp In Arnold' Hloi-k. l.eiiBhir ronimimli-alloim and i-hnniro of advertisements should roach thin ollU-e by Monday nnnn. Addrp-w all rommunlt-atlons toC. A. flnpn ennon, KeynoMsvlllo, I'a. Entered at the prwtonVe at Reynoldsvllle, Pa., aa second chins mall mntti-r. ' I ' 3 COUNTY SUPERINTENDENCY. Prof. R. B. Teitrick Woul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

Subscription $lMt) per ywr, in HflVflneel A. HTMMIKSao. Hdltnr aiKtlMibJ WEDNESDAY. APRIL 20, 1S!. trnwclrve' WttiKe. ' Paasentvr trains arrlvo and leave Hyn oldsvllle as follow: Alleghany Vullei Itnlhnnj. Eastward. Wentwnrd. Trains. - IUI a. m.lTraln d, -7.40 a.m. Train 1, - - l.CiO p. ni.iTniin . 1.42 p.m. Train 8 8..V; p. m.lTmln 10, - - ,4Sp.m. nrrnoi.wvu.i.i! rosr-omrr.. Mailt arrive and lunve tho post-omee n follows: Arrive. Popart. WOK n WItllT. rOKTIlRKAST. l.Mp. m. - - 7.00 p. rn.IIS.30p. m - .2rp.m. rnon Tun k ast. id tin t. 1.00 a. m. - S.tui p. m.li.lS a. m. I IS p. m. i Arrive from 11.30 a. m. Knthmol and Prescottville Arrives from Pnnte Tn6liiy, Thtirdays ana mturany iij..i p.m. Departs for rrcacotlvllle, Rnthmel, Panic -JP- m- Ofnre hours 7.00 a. m. tos.00 p. m. Money order ottirp open fiom 7.00a. m. to T.DOd. m. Register oftti-o 0X'U f rum 7.00 a. m. to S.oo p. m. LoKiil Holidays from 7.00 to "00 n. m. find from 12.no to ii.m n. m. K. T. mhiaw, r. .M. r "Th6 Stat" fo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

Cubahn fifty-four ports, many of tliem lu a labyrinth of keys and sand bars, but only nineteen lighthouses. Canndn'is worried about the increase cf hr debt, tho large growth of her tarra mortgages and the constant emi gration of her young men. Trilby cannot be naod as a trade mark in England, tho minis bciug em ployed too generally. Ho the Court ef Chancery has jltnt decided. The Danube flows through coun tries in which fifty-two language and dialects are apokon. It is 2,000 miles in length, and boars on its current four-fifths of tho commerce of Eastern Europe An English woman has won an aotion for breach ot promise of mar rin go brought against a man who was Innatio at the tima of the action. Ilia trustoes wore condemned to pay $2,500 for him. This is law. A recent export estimate of the ex tent of the anthrncite oonl fields in the United States places thoir con tents at 11,021,400,000 tons. The annual production averages 45,000, 000 tons, at which rate the supply would last some ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

V T "r f If s v 3" 1 Yon crtn't anvc noma people frafn 1J Inn Imposed .imn, expose a Uiiii, i utne lieoulo will love mm. rot Unlllng. Prom the running ot the mnpla tronijh lis. the Rnrlnirin tha hoitlntt of the annle butw'r rot la the (all. and all houiohuld boiling lil tween times, there tire thousnnd dinners ol srerv errors scolds nnd burn. In nil honsv hold work, winter nnd summer, In KrcBt fa.'-1 ,.rli anil In niin.erie-1. whote careliws chil dren nlnv with matches, them la tieeu ol somethinit to lie nlwnyn on hand In nieh mei tf.111c.es, nntl Ht. Jaeol Oil tills Hint vrsnt to the loiter. With ciipifnl attention to directions (or use, there Is nnthlnit more aootl.lntt, h"iill w( and curative tlmn this (treat remedy fur pain. It earns promptly, nml, miikliiKft new siirfn.ce, leaves no scars. The ruin ol sctiM or burns Is nonte nnd t r turlnv, nml tin n il' f liy the una ol the Oil I Immediate nml nitre. Catarrh and folds Tctteeil la 10 to t . Minutes. One short ptifT of tlto brea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 April 1896

',. V BOUiM ArHlUAN LI0N3. Am, II U Until, the ltiililrat'ol All Prtnlatrtry Animal. , Sunt I) Afrionii linn am, tiflyond ques tion, thu Imldmt of nil predatory ani mate, mid (horn nf MaKho'iiilanriarp per haps the boldest of oil. During tho UlKlit, their im t urn 1 limiting tttnn, limy ottnrk draft, animals, or even inrn, within a few yards of the campftres, kiul nre a constant and aartnnsdiinKirto travelers In districts remote from the tomiti truck of trailers. From the Zam bezi, (hrouKh Mtiflionaland, nml north to tho Limpopo a chnrns of complaints itfws in tho pH of recant traveler whope rattle or followers liavo suffered from their attacks. Mr. Scions lm re corded the pnrmit t t the pout from Kali, bur; by a liii, and the lux of the mail ImRH, which tho animnl tore from the back of the pack home. Mr. Milium, who ciu,n il the NuiuicIhI livu wlUi a team of eight donkeys to draw hi wug on the oxen being loft behind on ac count of tho proximity of tlifl "fly" country lout throe in ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

T lb VOLUME S. ttEYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1890. NUMBEB 1. Utttlroitb rimi roblt. PENNSYLVANIA HAILHOAD. IN KFFECT MAY 1W.. Vhltnilcliililn Erie HnUrnnil nivlnlim Time Tnhle. Trunin li-m Mrlftwiiml. KASTWAHU 9:f n m-Trnln . rlully rvrpt Hnntlny for Punhiirv, lliirrlnlitirir nnl Intvrmwtlaii'rta tliiiN, iiriivlnir nt riillmli-lplilu :-'.) p.m., Ni'W Viirk. :lp. m.i Hull Imotv. : IS .m. Wiolilimn ii, :: p. ill 1'iillnmn I'lirkir -r from V llhnmit nnd pnoMMiKr coiu'liva fmni Knur in I'lillnili'lplilii. 8:i p. in. -Train II, iliilly i'M'im" Piunliijr fur HiirrlnlHirx nml iiitrtmrilliitt' tntlnn. r rlvliiKiu 1'hllinli'lpliln 4::i . M.; New Vork, T::tl A. M. I'lillniiin Mrvplnif otr from 1 1 1 ill -1 m 1 1 u lii riiilmli'lpliln null New York. IMilliiili'lplilii iiiseiiKen rim rvnuiln In Meetier iiiiillhliii lHMl nnill ":im A. M. p. ni.-Tmlii 4. (hilly for Siinliiliy. Ilurrln liiiiit nml Interniedliite kIiiIIiiiik. tirrlvlim hi l'hliiiilelililn, H:.Y! a. M.: New York, :: A. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

SI:- (r If: j METHODIST EPISCOPAL CH U RCH. Tt I Iticiitrd on Fifth Htmt. neiir Main ntivt't. It wum built in 171) during tho pastctratt' nf Hew rlunnU. A luro ndilition wiw built onto t.h ('huirh in lWi, during Kt-v. I'. IVturV ptiHtoratc. EHjACKGER. TYING. Whrn I wnii font it wro, nhy !", My motluT'H pride, u.y fatli My lmnrts nni ni'Kith h-nl fi.U rmploy Wh-n tiltirklM'irii'M went rii And oft my nmniiny ttlw would minorxe Tho thurim from uit my urum nml knt-ea, And my kkm1 dud, to Kivo nio rime, Lnid by Ii t sc fnvnrlto And I'Vcti wiwu I've become n man. And drcMst'd on qultn h tliliViviit plun, I've Mtilt r"nn carry in if the can, When b, -khurrii' kivw nwi-rt. Yi'N.tnim 'ntf thr ir.itli tht-br ii;iil brakes, I'd court kenu-xt pain and acht-a For twu Of three l;.ir t-ullivim Kttku Whnflo II. ..ilea I'll not reh-ftt Till Noruli of the umber hair, Who'd been my partner hero nml there, A run lid, nliout and everywhere, Ah blaekherrieH came in Whuii I Just tried, with too mueli luwt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

OUR YOUNQ FOLKS. B ChiMM th Cut, Visit tho Chlrkn Breftk ft rint nmt Ontu a Braiding. I woke nt nx nV1iHk t'l;iy Ami tnrneil my luixkft oVr, And nnnn I nfnrtctl nut to piny Upon tho kitoht n floor. OM Til . thi cat, hml fotiml n bone Thfit xknl t-xtivmi ly nine. 1 took l..:it 1tvnkrnt for my own And liailo her rntch mmu mice. LITTLE BLOOMERS. Ai'- I f " IV It V .-3 -taat-xK1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Tho Presbyterian church was built in 18711. It Im located on oonuT of Main Hlltl HllHS Htllt'tH. VALIANT JACK CHINN. FumotiH mm a Homemnn and Hamly With HI Knife. Colonel Jack Chinn, tho man who re cently hart the temerity to charj?o, pnb lioly mid over hia own Hixuntnre, that Governor Bradley of Kentucky is a cow ard of the baspxt brand, Ik one of those picturesque characters who mako poli tics in the bine grans region an exciting and often a fatal game. Some editor from the safe vantage of distance has in timated that Colonel Chinn is a bad man only as indicated by hia name. If that editor...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

CIRCUMVENTING WIREWORWS. VALUE OF HOG PASTURE. A Ilrlrf Report of Two Vmn' Kiporlmant Cnnrtnotut nt tha Ittah Ntntlnn. Tlic Utnh experiment station linn in filed a bulletin on the value of picture In swine urnwliifj, giving the results of two yenri". Numbered with the mora, fiiipnrtiuit conclusions reached nre the following: Pigs nllowed to run nt lnrpe over 18 err of imh1 piiNtnrc nnd fed n full ra tion of groin liiiide the moot rnpiel growth nnd required the leiiHt griiin for viie pound of gnin The picture in nil the various feeding trinls contitined eight vnrietics of grims In mixture, nnd about one-hulf of it was nlfulfn, n fut't to be borne in mind in considering tlio benrfiiH of these experiment njxin the question tinder consideration. I'igs con fined in movable pens in the pasture grew more slowly thini thuso running loose nnd required nil increase of one fifth more grain to make n pound of gain. 1'ig on pasture nnd fed under three different conditions gained 1)8'$ per cent m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

CATHOL1CCHURCH. Thin cliuirh Ih Irrutitl on Main Mivct. It whh built In 1MH4. Fatlu-r T. Uraily hit Ixm-ii nitt r of lit-: ooiiy ri'Kiitinli Him-! 1M. WOMAN'S WOULD. HOW TO ARRANGE A CHARMING RE CEPTACLE FOR FLOWERS. InrprovrmrntH In V i-n rt Wipe It or or o Re wind Woman and lira- t'llttins Fada. Quiet Ilnntllm Corm- JMagonal Mnhalr Crape Minn Leonora Mnnnr j, A novel nncl clinrnirriK rocrptaclo fur flowers can bo nmVtfrcmi a Japnnesn umbrella. To ncrcurliili tho end it in necessary only to rermive thn handle unci Jo suspend It by ribbuim terminating tu graceful bows. The more costly Bilk pttrnsnls can be need, but tL j paper sort that cost only n few cents hive an mrtirely natiNfaotnry Tesnlt. Tho only pmwntiul point is the selection of a tnodm (lemn which will not clash with the flower. The ribbonH ore lxwt of a plain color, 'either the s-me ns that of the flower to be used or Komequwt tone that will not conflict. Throe points iniiNt be marked, equidistant, on tlieiedKe of 'the c...

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

die Stnr Unlm-rii'tiim tl.00 ;r r yinr, in oifi'iim. 4'. A. TI'.1"III!M!M. Killtor nl IMih. WKDN'KSItAV. MAY n, IW. An Inili'iM-nili'iil lix'iil pnMr. inililllirili'vi'i y Wriliirnliiv l Hi viii'1ilHll4', .IiIIVi-hiii en. I'll., ili'vuli'il to tin- intiMvaix nf Hi'VniiliNvllln illiil.liIIVi-oin'inililv. Niiii-iniIII li'til, III twill nil llli fill flirt, inn! will In- i"H'i'liilly frlrml ly towimli I In IiiIhh-Iiiv i'Iiimh. Hiilwcrliiilnn prliTl.iiiiMTyi'ir,lii nilvniu'K. I'nmmuiili'iilloiK Inti-nili-if for iiiilillriillnn milut l iiiTiimimnlfil liy llu- wi lli'r'n niitni', not for iiulilli'iiilon. lull n n mmriuiti-p of ikhI fnltti. Inltwttlim llfWK IIMiiswillrlli'il. Ailvirtlln nili' nimli known on iiiillrn tlon m tin" iitllri" In A mollis" illm-k. I.i'imlily roniniiinli'iitloim iml olinnun "f Mlvi-rilwnii'iiU hIioiiIiI rvui'li thin nnVn liy Momliiy noon. Aililivti nil I'omliiilllli'tltlotis lot). A. Hli-pll-onon, hVvnoltNvllliv 1'iv , .... KiiH-iimI" nt II"' iHwInllli'K nl lleyno...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

3TIk it Star h!rri)ilin tl.OO prr tfiir, in infi'iniir. A. NTKPHKM!M)N tXalltnr mid I'llh. WEDNESDAY. MAY , flrmvrlnre vtntti. 'asu'turor trnlns arrive ami learn Hi'jrn- 1 X V 1 1 1 tt B folios! Alliihrnii Valltil Unilmni. KllHl YTIIIll. Westward. I -ulna, - - 6.44 n. m.lTrnln , -7.4im.ni. -aln I, - - t.ixi p. m. I'rnln S, -1.42 p. in. iilnil - 6..V . m.lTrnln Hi, - - S.4S p. m. nrrnoi invn i r nwr-oi'rie. iMiill arrive nml li'iivo the uol-ofnrn n llliiws: Arrive, nepim. Iiom Tim W:T. run thk t. lift n. m. - - 7.il p. ni.'li.;i p. m - - s.Wp. m. Ml n. m. - p. ni.l7.1S n. in. - - l.lil p. m. rllOH TIlRnHTi Hill TUB nr.HT. lArnves from 1 it I It im ! ami I'resooltvllle I Arrives from I'liiilr Tucmliiy, Thurihiys :itt n. in. ml Siitiinluys nt J.' p. in. I iciitiri ror rrescon vine, itiiinniri, i hiih: imp. m. iutW liouro ".nan. m. tos.nnp. ni. Money onlor ofllee oieii from ,.i"in. in. to :mp. ni. Hi'irlstcr oltlre open from 7 .an 11. in. .1 H.in n. m. I ij.tfiti ii.iiiihiv fnim 7 no to...

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

BAPTIST CHURCH. Thin church 1h located on Muln street,. It whh liullt In I;, when He v. J. N. Williams wan pastor. Hov. K. Lewin Kclloy has been mstor of tli clion-h two yearn. : JACK'S TJIUK VAliNS. THE OLD NORTH WOODS GUIDE TELLS TWO GOOD STORIES. IIow n Captnrcil it llrnr With No Weapon but Ills llo.it Torn Ha W One Snvnl From Freeilng by a Itnttla uf Kfrraom nil Horna Mntehm. Jack Ot in if ton in Mill nlivo to tell some of the must wonderful talon that are heard in the Adirondack. Jack hna leen a guide for some, !iO years, ever siuco ho had been big nncnigh to carry a pack banket. Ho in tall unil loose joint ed, nnd his muscle are an hard as hick ory knots. Hid black grizzled bvurd cov ers nearly all of hid broad face. A pair of small, blinking black ryci do most of Lis talking for him, but when he is properly aronscd he can spin n tale nt the catop Are that will startln the creech owls and frighten the wailing loons down on the lake shore. "Yer'veheerd some of tho fellers say, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

ITH PIKE AND PEAVEY. rils and Hardships of the Log Driver's Vocation. ASSUMING HERO OF THE FOREST lulling Dom Kwnllrn fttrcamt on Whirl- Rounding Timber, H Tnkwi HI .If In HlK Hand When Ha llmhi a uo Jam, Junt nhont this time of year the log iving Benson beginn. Perhaps you du't noticed it. Thnt 1s not at nil Angfl, for it is only in a few sections the country where the log driver ia it) idonce. He does his work mninly in a solitudes of the backwoods, fnr from wna and ctvUizntlon. Perhaps it la at aa well, for the log driver does not ine brightly in society. But away tip on the little atrenma thnt ed the Manistee in Michigan, the hnobwot and the Kennebec in Maine, le roaring Reatigonche in Cnnada and fie big rivers of Minnesota and Wiscon- n the log driver now holds the center F the stage. When the first warm days of April ave begun to honeycomb the ice, which aa looked the streams for months, when be melting snows swell them iuto twice nd three times their usual size, then it that ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

' ' ' 'I " ' ' ' , 1 I ' 1 ftWrH J EM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH. The Trinity Lutheran clnmrh whs built in 14. It Im locutvil tin .luckenn ptrect, near Fourth utiwt. MOONRISE SERENADE. Jrfoonrlta and a mellow tthcon H the nlnmbrmti hilln nm ntcrplng. Wftkn, my wroni on, nor bo nlroptnir Through twpvt Cyntmn n woftnt phi vtaice nu nne ana wmiy gnae To thy lattice, nwt-t t, for, oh. One who woom thee for his bride Btfrh th here Iwlowl 1 love you! I lore yon! My heart, I nuwt ronfem Can no more love you more Thun it can lovo you his. Monnrinet Through the ennement blind, Lo, the golden lovellght t retiming Iiftdy, lady, ntint my drowning. Thon art kind, mm kind! Bp who heard thy garment glide Swiftly oVr the happy floor. Bo who wooed thee for his bride Bight th now no moro. 1 lov thoel I ovt thee! My htirt oh, happtneaal Can never love thee moro, Need never love thoe less. . K. Bell in New Orleans Times-Democrat. SHE RODE FOR FUN. "JIni," said I, bwikiiiB in upon liin ditty, "what wan tho...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. J Xew Acetylene Lamp Which M.kn II Own Oh The first patented acetylene lnmp has Just been invented In Franco, says Pop ular Science News. According to Pro fessor Tillmnn, acetylene is one of the knout valuable light Riving emiHtitnents ef common coal gns, bnt it 1" present in urli gas only in very small quiiutity. Prnni n proiwrly Relucted burner its 3snie Ip rmmkeleti nnd emit more light hnn any other gas. -A method of preparing acetylene hnn been developed which render it folly available for illnniiunting purposes. This method consists in heating to gether in an electrio furnuco powdered chalk or lime and mime form of finely ArF.TVI.KNR LAMP. divided carbon. At n very high temper ature calcium carbide is formed. It is composed of five-eighth cnleium and three-oighths carbon. Science News illustrate the lamp and explains that when calcium curhide is thrown Into water donbV; decomposition results, tho calcinm combining with the oxygen of the water und tho carbo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 May 1896

THE "OUT OF DATE" COUPLE. Wo ro "bo oo of date," thojr my. Nod and I ; Wo lovo In nn old fiwhlnnixl wnjr, Ijong rlnon sm by. Bn m-n I nm hlr helpmnte truo In evM-ythlnu, Ami I wiill, I will own to yon Ho la my king. Wo nvl in no romitnttn wiy 'Twlit "glow anil gloom." Bo wood mo on winter day And In n room. Tot, through llfo'n hours of rtrrrs and fttorm, Whim srtfs bofill, Lovo koj.t our rmnll homo corner warm, And nil wan Wi-ll. Nod think no woman llko hl wlfo Hot li t that paw; Prrhnpn wo Tlow tho dnal life Through roaoato glftm; Evon If tho pronpoot bo not bright. Wo hold It tru Th hem-tent burden may grow light When rhaivd by two. Cpon tho glided acroll of fnmo, Emhlieomid fair, 1 cannot hopo to road tho name I proudly ln-nr: But, happy In thotr PTrn flow, Tho yrnrr glldo by. Wo nro behind tho tune, wo know, Ned and I. -Chambers' Journal. THE WILL. I know this tall yoniiR man who was Ofilloil Reno lo Bonrneval. Ho was very ttgrcoablo in company, although a trifle dad, seeming to...

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