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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 September 1896

die Star d'ubm)i')(ion 1.00 ;ht vn mfrrtmr. V. . HTKPIIKNMON Hdllor and I'llb. WKUNESDAY, SKt'TKMHKK 1 . 1 K Anlnrti'iM'iiilcnl Inrnlpnprr.imlilNlir'irviM'jr Wodmflny i Hi-ynnliltvllli', JiMlVrwn Co. Ph., rtovnti'rt In thi liitrptif Hiyiililvlll and Jnffprminronnly. Non-polltli'nl, will In-nt nil with fa I in chs, null will ln ipi'i'lully f rlimd ly towiiriN th InlHirliiK i'Iiimi. BiilmcTlption price l (mpi-ryitiir.lii ndvnnro. Uomninnli'nlloim liitnmli'il for publication munt till RCCompnnil'n ly in wrnvr n imiiM', mil. for pi itltMlcittloli. nui. n n uiiiimimich oi tint, n mnnA futth. I titer! Inn now Item Bollcltca ilth navcriisnm rnii' mnun Bmn mi iiinii lo tion nt thcoHIco In Arnold' Work. Lcnichty comniiinlciitloii timl rlmnjrn of dvrilvniont ulionld touch I hi ofneo by Mnntlnv noon. Aildrv nil cnmniunlcatlon to I'. A. !toph enwin, Ko.vnoldvlllo. I'll. . , ... Entered nt Hie pwtoftW nt lteynoldvllle, P., n second cln mull mntter. Lit yciir 4,)00,no0,nt0 clKai-nttH wore mokod I...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 September 1896

r f L0 I Its Stat Subscription $1.00 pir year, in advance. C. A. RTKPIIKNMONt Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER lfl,18im. Pajnonirpr trains arrive and leave Keyn- oldsvillo a follows: Allegheny Valley UaUmy. Eastward. Westward. Trains, - - 8.41 n. m.lTrntn (I, - -7.40 a.m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train , - 143 p.m. Train d 6.A7 p. m.Trln 10, - - 7.IW p. m. HicYHm.nnvii.i.K i-ovr-orncK. Malls arrlvo and leave tlie prnt-nfflro as follows: Arrive Popart. FKOM THK WFST. ronniKKAST. 1.1ft p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.l2.)p. m - - fl.JOp. m. vbom thr kast. n) m m. s.OO a. m. - - 8.00 p. m. 17.15 a. m. - - l.lft p. in. Arrives from Kathmel nnd Presoottvlllo ll.iwa. m. Arrives from Panic. Tuesdays, Thnrdiiyii and Suturdnvs at 2 -'W p. m. Heparin for Prosoottvllln, Rathmcl, Panic 8. 00 p. m. Onion hnnrn7.no a. m. to.on p. tn. Money order nmVo open from 7.00a. m. tn 7. HO p. ni. KcKlstcr office open from 7.00 a. m. to h on p. m. 1'irul Holiday from 7.00 tns.on a. m. and from I'.'.no toH.on n. m. K....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 September 1896

ERYHK'S LEITIR OF WPItt PLATFORM ENDORSED. Ell Formal Reply to thi Democrat! Com mlttee. Mr. Bryan mad publio on Wednesday hi letter accepting tbe Democratlo nomination. Ia it he says: "Bon, Stephen M. White and other Member of the Notification Committee of. tbe Rational Committee. "Gentlemen 1 accept the nomination ten dered by you on behaif ut tbe Democratic party, ami In eo doing desire ta ensure that 1 fully appreciate tbe high honor hlch such a nomination confers, and the grave respon sibilities which accompany nn election to the presidency o! the United mates. "I have carefully considered the platform adopted by tbe Democratic national conven tion, and unqualifiedly Indorse every plank thereon. "Having discussed portions of the plat form at tbe time of Its adoption and again when your letter of notlllcatlon was formally delivered, It will not bo necessary at tbis time to touch upon all the subjects embraced In the party's declaration. "Our wl.-o forefathers, fearing the ten de...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 September 1896

i Take Tli best when you need medicine. For Mood, appetite, nerret.etoniach, liver, nothing eqanlf lnlood'$ Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purlfl r. All lritirirttt. ft. Hood's PHIS cure all Liver Ills. Xo cents. Cattarrfe ejMI Cotdt Believed l 1. K Sllnlltee. , One short puff of the hresth thronh the Blower, suppled with ntch bottle of Ir. Asnew's Csnirrlml IViwder. diffuses this Pow. dor over the sorters of the naml iiasairfa. Painless And delightful to ne. It relieves in- Stantlyand pcrmnnsnily cures t'litirrh. Hay rever, Colrls, HemlMche, Sore Throat. Ton ellltis and Desfnrss. If yonr rirui'iri'.t nan't It In Mock, vk him to procure It for you. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrv.pforChlldren teething, softensthe Kmiis.ri'ihit-en infliininm tiou. allays paiu; cures wind colic. 'a a bottle. Pr. Vltrn Pence. One bottle Pr. Fenner's sUieclflc euns. Circular. Fredouia, M. V. To Curn Heartaches. "A hot hatb, n stroll in the fresh nlr, shampooing the he.nl In wenk soda water, or a timely nop...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 September 1896

THE ISLE OF TEUUOll. BUCH IS USHANT, WHERE THE DRUM MOND CASTLE WENT DOWN. Though the Tiara Una m Kail Name, tlm People Ara nnnriit anil Grnaron Nntrd Errnta of Whlrh Illntorjr TrraU llava Happened In Ita Vicinity. Cshutit, tlm Miimt upon wWn rmt lying w f tlm strainer Druimimnd Ons tlo run, sinking three, minute after rnrl aM ntrryiim ilmvn every mil nn boiml, expert three, lies 1T tlm north Wext extremity f Fmneo nnil forum the. corner urouiirt whieh vessels fruin tho sontli turn Into tlm KiikIIsIi elmnnel after rrowiiiiK tho liny of liiseiiy. "Ushunt" Is tlm AiiKlirlzed form of "Onrowint," tlm I'reiieh nnine. I'liny rail tho ishmil "Uxmitis," ami tl.e Briton know it ns "Kiie Heussu," Which monns "Tho Islo of Terror." It well deserved tho Celtic name. Tho inhnliituntaof URlmntnrea hardy race, tho men oil fishermen iimlsenmen, tho women nil tiller of the. roeky soil. The latter on high diiys mid holiday till often display their nneiaiiteoHtunte, with it flat coif, which strikingly ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

VOLUME 5. ttEYNOLIWVlLLE. PKNN'A., WEDNESDAY, HKL'TKMHKU 23, 1890. NUMIIGK 20. Mall-oafe (Trim rtblr. PENNSYLVANIA HAILUOAl). IN EFFKtT JUNK 14, 1RIMI. 'hllndplphla A Eric ftnllrond HI vision Timo Table. Trains Icaw- Hrlftnoml. KAHTWAKO 9:H a m Trnln B, lnlly p-ppt Hominy for Hunliury, llnrrlnlniry and Inlermertiiup sta tion, urrlvliiu at riillitilclphla p.m., New York, V 'il ). ni l Mull liiior. fl:i i.ni.t Vnhliiolnn,r:lfii.ni 1'iillmnn Parlor car from VllllHmMtrt "nil imiMiciurcr coaches from Knnpto riilliidclphia. S:IW p. m. Train dully exeppt Sunday for HarrlHlmrir and Intermeillate Mullens, ar riving at Philadelphia 4:: A. m.i New Vork, 7M A. M. illllniill Hlceplns par fnim llarrthunt to Philadelphia and New York, rhllnilclpliia pawntrerH run remain In leeMT lllldlstlirlied until 7:im A. M. :M p. m. Train 4, ilnllv fur riintiiiry, Ilnrrls hiira iind Intermediate Ktatloim, arriving nt Philadelphia, fl:.M A. M.l New York, Vl::W A. H.nn week day nnd I0.:ih a m. on Hun dnyi Hnltlm...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

According to IfulTmsn's Cntliolld Directory, the tniiulicr of Catholic hi he United State at iireseut is 0,410, 700. Hwitzorlami, Italy, niul Ansltin havo adopted for nrmy lino a bioyoln which cnn lio (ohlctl niul Uermnny will probably noon follow tho ex ample. Iu tlin cnso of a Hiriii!;(li'M (Mo.) man who wns on trinl in thu l'oliej Court for keeping n vicious dog, tho sjotnowhut singlnr verdict wns rendered thnt lio wui nut guilty, lint niiiHt kill the dog. Mr. Seddon, Pruiniur of New Zen Inud, ling introduced n bill to petition every one nbove sixty-five, after twenty years residenco in New Zooliuul, tin) maximum iiinouut to lie 82.50 weekly tiud the minimum $1.2,"). Cuts, it nppenrs, Imvo n recognized social position iu the Fremiti nrmy, Whore they nro trained to render wlnit re known as "services ndniiti istrnti fs. " The food nml drink of thcHo ijundni Jieds lsIikuwiHu regulated by iiiiuiutur iul decrees. Holland disfranchises u citizen if lio is absent from the county ten yea...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

BICYCLE NOTIONS. 60MK NRff IDEAS CONCERNING THE UBIQUITOUS WHEEL. nike" Sledding rromtsed-Attach-niftnt That Makes a Bicycle the Rival of Locomotive A Dos a Motive Power. I f HANKS io Yankee's Jnven I tire Renins, a bicyolo can 1 1 ' now be provided with run re ners, or skates, rendering it possible to spin along over the frozen fluid at a high rate of speed with com parative safety, making all the turns, stops and starts as easily as upon the floor of the riding sohool. This invention consists of an equip ment of three runners, which can be attached to any machine without the slightest Injury one runner for the front wheel and two for the rear. The THE LATEST "BIKE" IDEA rear portion of the bioycle is supported by the runners in euoh a manner that the tire presses upon the ice sufficiently bard to give the friction, or traction, necessary for propulsion. By means ct a lever operated by the hands of the rider the pressure of the tire upon ae ice can be regulated, or if it is de tire...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

-fr Star lluhiicriptian $1.00 jicr year, in adrain-e. V. A. ftTKPIIKNNON, Kdltor and Pub. WKDNKSDAY, 8KlTKMHKIt23,llWI. A n InrtiMwnilont lornl mrr, puttlWhi'il cvpry Welnriliiy nt KrymtlalM v 1 1 lt. .)i'IT'ron I'ik liv.tMltotlnliitinMiof Ili'vuolil-'Vllle nil JnlTt'inniii'minty. Nitn-tnllttrnl, wllltrviit nil with fiilrnivM. nml wlllln-rspoi'lnlly frlund ly townnls tli InlxuliiK Hum. Snlwrlptlcin ii il.i)M'fypiir,ln sitvnnrn. Oommiinli-Rttimn ImimhIimI fir nulillrnllon mnit lio nrromtmnliMl hy tho wrllpr' nniiip, n.)t for niibllfitilun, lull. simrnnli- of HimmI fulfil. Intormtlnii nww Item. miIIcIiimI. AflvertMim rnti' niwln known on ti)lt'n tlon nt tlmollli'P I" Arnold' Hlm-k. I.onulity rntiimiinlcnllnim iintl I'linntrn of ndvenlwrnpiilii nhoulil niiii'h this otllce ty Monrtny noon. Aildn". nil rnnnnnnlrsthins toO. A. Htppli nm, Ki'ynoliNvllle, Pn. Eiitnmil nt ilin iswlnnV nt KiyiiolilKvllle, Pft.. n. nioiHl rlHHfl inntl nmttr. At every session of tho .TouVrson county court there...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

gEfte -fr Stan Subscription $l.no per year, in advance. O. A. ftTKPHKNftON, Kdttor and Pt. WEDNESDAY. 8KPTEMEK23,18iw! ftttviltt' OTult.. PastenKttr trains arrive and leave Reyn oldsvllle as follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 44 a. m.lTrnln (1, - " 40 a. tn. Train 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train J,- -1.42 p. m, Train a - - S.fl7 p. oi.Traln 10, - "M p. m. RKTltOl.DRTIM.E rOST-OTTIC. Matin arrive and leave the post-omce as follows: Arrive. Hepart. rBOM TH WKST. roBTHIKAXT. I. 18 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - .2flp. m. mOMTHKKAHT. IHB IBKH MT. 8.00 a. m. - - 1.00 p. m. 17.1.1 a. m. - - I 1ft p. m. Arrives from Kathmel and I'rcscottvllle II. ) a. m. Arrives from Pnnlo Tuesdays, Tlmrdnys and Saturday M2.:t0 p.m. Departs fur l'resoottvllle, Kathmel, Panic 1.00 p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. to s.flO p. m. Money order office open from 7.00a.m. to T.HOp. m. Keg-later office open from 7.00 a. m. to 8.00 p. m. Leual Holidays from 7.00 tos.00 a. m. and from 13.00 to ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

Why Not Re Happy, Today ! I have questioned my hopes of tho future, I have doubted my dreams of the past i J have roamed through tho malms of ombl tlon, With vision too lovely to last : I have lonired for youth's fondest Ideals, But those hnntoms aro now fnr away, And nt Inst fair Tpllosophy whispers: " Oh, why not bo hnppy, today.'' Thoiiuh storm cloud may darkeu life's vol Iny. And rah heart have mnw shadows of earn, Tho bright sun will soon Rlld tho heavens And thy troubles will molt Into air. 80 what Is tho uso of repining? No ! tho world does not eara for your whln Inv. Ho why not bo happy, today? Ah, tho old world at heart Is too solemn, And life is at bst full of trial 1 Hut try to be elieerful, 'twill help you If yon brlirhton all pathways with smile?, Thn llfo will bo w ll worth tho living Let kindness lllumlnnte Its wny, And with hope's glMeil banners before us Let's strive to b happy, today. Larry Chittenden, In Form,. THE PHANTOM VOICE. Sitting on tbe veranda of his sum ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

Bnlw Tint 11 r Ally result from tho prent merit which trinket thousnuds of wonderful curt' a by Garsaparilla TheOne Tmoniood Purifier. All drnnlnts 1. Heed's Pills cure ml Liver Ma. Sicc-ms. PLAYING SOCIETY. The Little Girl' lntrrrirctntion of What the Ftnart Fct l)n. The small Klrl yearned for tilings be yond her environment nnd, with true fonilnino adaptability, was malting tlio most of tin? resources nt command. "HeKlnnld," she said to the youngster who wits trying to give a tlglit-ropo ex hibition on the tongue of the grocery wngon, "c-tnere." "Who ye talkla' to?" was the lndig oant inquiry. "Youse." "My name ain't Reginald. My name's Tommy." "Ye're name's Reginald." "Why Is It?" "Because I say It Is. Do yon sec my right hand?" "Yes." "No ye don't, nothing of the kind, cos I've Rot It behind my back, an' there's a brick In It, an' wot I say goes, an yor name's 'Reginald.' " "All right. Wot're ye goln' ter do?" "Play society." "I don't know how." "It's easy. Ye come tip ter me nn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 September 1896

i ONE HEART. Of frloiiili 1 1t In othor day And uttll ttaa qnaitlnn with m ataja "When 1 am gone, ahall I b mlmedf" I donlit if nthrrs think tho mm. Or Men wloh to aharn my thnnuht That men were fnoltnh who bars aoafht To leava a nerer dying nam. Whfn thoa hunt ran thine earthly rare. Thou wilt not "li'Bvn n world In toara.' Nor will mm noma In aftnr yeara To Tlnw thine earthly matins place. Thy poor remnlna will reat an walli Thy ejilrlt will l no Iran frra. Althnnnh It la not thine to Im A Milton or a ItaphaH, Fret not thynnlf, hut hrnren thank If all tho Rood that thon rannt do May le ao dona that only few Nwd ever know thy plnra in lilank. Be thankful If bnt onn true henrt Shall fold for thro thn moment', pala Era It ran Bay, 'Wo meet niratn" Of knowing what It la to part. One taring heart thou mayrat ornvo, IBt all thon rannlut for on earth Rhonld aeem to horo no laxtlng worth And end forever In tho gravo- Ona faithful heart beneath the eky, In which to leara a aced of love, To...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 September 1896

lie VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1890. NUMDER 21. Jlcttlrocb frtmr f nll. pKNNSYLVANIA KAILUOA1). IN EFFKCT Jl'NK 14, IH'.HI. Philadelphia Erie llnllnmcl lllvMnn Time Table Train loin i' lrlfiwcn)il. KAKTWAHII R:04 a tn-Trnln a, iliillv except Hnmlny fur Hnnhiiry, linn Munii nnil Intermediate sta limn, in-rl v Itiir nt I'hlhiiblphlii il:!:i p.m.. New York. p. m.i ltiililnire.:"i pm. Wn-hlnitton, 7:1.1 p. m I'nllniiin I'nrlor cur from Wlllliintapurt nnil pawicnucr coachca from Kane to 1'hlliulclphlii. !!:. p. m. Train H, iliilly except Sunday fur Hiirrl-lnM t mid Intcrniedliiic Minion, ar riving at Philadelphia 4::) A. M.; New Vork, :: a. M. 1'iilliniin Sleeping, rum from lliirrWliuriito I'lilliiilt'lphlii nnil New York. Philadelphia pnaaensera can remain In li'l"'r uiiillntm iH'il until 7:) A. M. :: p. m. Triiln 4. dully for Stinlmry, llnrrla hnrg and Intermediate Million, arriving lit Philadelphia, :iW A. M. ; New Vork, :: A. M. on week cliiyx nnil 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. — 30 September 1896

V I When n man n.Torau;e up bin lie tiunintnuccs, nud compares bimsolf "With tho result, bo generally fools on-coiirflKQ'l- Tbo Loudou Oencrnl Omnibim Corn Jinny bin entered Into n contrnet with nn American Ann for tbo iiipljr of 0,000 borsoo for 'bin work ill tbo metropolis, whiob iloes not scorn ns tbougb they wore ranch nfrnbl of tbo new motor car. Tbo Kngliah government linn nc Copteil tbo decision of Portugal nn arbitrator, nu.l yielded it cliiini to tbo little inland of Tritiidud, uoar tbo llrnzilinu const. Kiitfliili papers) any they nlwnys got tlio worst in nn arbi tration; but tlmt in uo nrginnaiit ngniiiHt this mutbod of settling 1,,,'B Tbo recently issued sevmiteon tb Volume of tbo utatistiral yenr book of tbo Ocrmn.ii Empire hIiows tboro Bro nearly 1,000,000 moro women in (lor ninny tbnn men. Xevcrtliulo, within tbo ordinary innrringa period of tweutv-ono nnd tliirt v-tlvo years tbero mo 0,000,000 moro uniuiuricd men tbnn utimnrried women. By a decision bunded down by Ju...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 September 1896

AN ELDORADO. lEADVILLR THE CKNTKR OP Till: MINING INDUSTRY. Million Have ripen Produced Strange Tales or the Klndlng of lincxpcrtnit 1' ortunns by Impo cuulous Prospectors. T EADVILLE, writes Frank O. I f Cnrpentor iu the Woshing I V ton Btar, is one of tbo great trenstire Tnnlts of the United States. Within the past seventeen years Uncle Sam has drawn upon it to the extent of more than 8200,000,000, Lot it has to-day more than one hun dred produolug mines and its unde veloped riches are incalculable It contains some of the richest gold and soma of the most wonderful silver mines of the world. The territory surrounding it is being reprospeoted, new mines are being opened and ome of the old mines are so wonderful in their production that their owners do cot wnnt tbera mentioned in the news papers. Such a one is the "Little Johnny," which now bas nn output of 810,000 worth of gold a day, and which, I nm toM, could be made to produce, if the owners wished" ft, guO, 000 in gold daily fo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 September 1896

ntej-fr Star Subtcriittion tl.00 jmt imr, n tulwnre. A, ATKI'lt KNNOi l4ttar unit I'ull. WKDXKSDA V, SKl'TKMW'.li :io.l)is. An liiili'prnilfiit locnl pn iit, imhlMii-rirvi-ry WoUiii'mIiiv in K'vinillvlllt'. .li lTiT-ini rn. ili'vnii'd to the liiifWKlmif llry intliltvllU' miil.toirorminiMninly. Non-Mll t ! I. w H 1 1 n-iit. nil with f:ilt in. mill will hi- i-sprc-lully fi liMiil ly tnwnril Hip liilxirltm rln. PiilimTlptlfin prliTfl.lnilMTyi'nr.ln nilvnm-n. Uomniiinli'ittlnn Inii-iiclt'ii fur inililh'ntlnn muni lin iKM-onipimlfd tiy thi wrltiT'n niinic, no. for nulillriillnn, but n n ifimnintfi" nf good fnltli. InU-rcsllim iinws lli-nw willrln-il. Advert Mini rnti-n niml known on npillrii tlon lit Iht'otHri" In Arnold' Hlork. J.i-iiKhir l-oininiinli-nilon nnil rliiinw of nrtvHit1i;niiMit hIioiiIiI ri'iirli till nfllre liy Mmiliiy noon. .... Aililri'n nil I'linimnnlrnllonH In 0. A. Sti'pli noti. lii'Viiolilivllli". I'll. Entvivil nt tlin postotlli'c nt ltryiiolilivllli', I., aiwi'oiul ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 September 1896

V &te Star iSuoscn'pfion $1.00 per year, in ttdvanee. V, A. tlTKPHKNftON, Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1 im. (traveler' o)uttr. Pnswnuer trnlns arrive nnrt li-nvo Keyn oldsvllle as follows: Allrtjheni VtiUey Hnilteati. Enstwnrd. Wmtwnrd. TrnlnK, - - (1.44 n. m.lTrnln 8,- -7.40n. m. Train I, - - .on p. m. Triiln 2,- 1.43 p.m. Triiln 9 (i.K p. m.lTniin 1. - ?M P- itKYRot.navfi.i.ii posT-nrricR. Mails nrrlvo nnd leave tho pont-offlro as follows: Arrtvo. Depart. r ROJI TH W KST. roil TH R FAST. I. 1ft p. m. - - f.no p. m.1!.p. m - - n.snp. m. rniia tiihtat, urn tub wkst. (.00 . m. - - t.on p. m.l?.lS a. m. - 1.1ft p. m. Arrive from Hnthmrl nnd I'rpsenttvlllii II. ! n. m. Arrive from I'nnle Tuesdays, Tlmnlny nn rl Piitnrrtii vj m 'I 'M p. m. Depart for I'ri'wntlvllle, lttithmel, 1'nnle 8.0n n. m. OmVn hour 7.00.. m. tos.ftflp. m. Money order nfllce open from T.OOn.m. lo T.30p. m. Kegller ofllri) open from 7.00 a. m. toS.no p. m. I.eirnl Holiday Inn 7.00 tnS.flfl n. m. nnd...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 September 1896

Word of AiIvIcp. 'Tie the custom to prntn of the sadness, The sins and tho sorrow of llfo i But I'd rather speak of the gladness And bounty with which It Is rlfo ; For the darkest of cloud hits Its lining, The hardest of liibor brings sleep 'Neath the. rocks there Is gold for the mining, And pearls may be found In tho doep. Is It better to slpof llfe-s nectar, Of purposely drink of Its nail? Would you willingly walk with a specter, If angels would come at your call? Would you rather have sunshine, and light ness, Or darkness an 1 gloom, In your dreams? As for me, I would cherish tho brightness With which tho whole universe teems. Look around and behold the earth's glory The mountain, the river and plain ; For they tell us nn expilslto story, The burd'-n of Nature's retrain. How the Father of love, In his kindness, Has given us more than we know ; Tho" we throw It aside In our blindness, Wo reap of tho pain which we sow. But. to harvest the b st of life's treas.ire, One lesson miU ea...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 September 1896

Fall Medicine Is fully as Important nnd benollclnl ( spring medicine, for nt till nonson there Is great dnni?r to honlth In th Yrytn temperature, cold storm, mnlnrlnl norm nnd prernliMieo of fnvers and other dlsHasea, Danger may be avoided by Inking InlOOcS'! Sarsaparilla The bent In fart the OnoTrne Blood Purifier. f - - J1M Ptlla assist Dlvc-tlon nnd cnr nuvu 9 riu tol.Mlpnlion. licuts. Wood En urn In a. 1 The Invention of wood enumvlnir, like that of gunpowder, hit, boon claimed for the Chlneao, whose books hnve cor Ulnly been printed for nijca from en graved Mocks. It lins even been as sorted that the nrt of cutting figure In relief nnd printing Impression of them on paper was known nnd prac ticed by that nation as early ns the reign of the renowned Emperor AVu Wing, 1120 B. C. There Is no donlit that wood stamps wero tised by the onclent Egyptians nnd Konmns for stamping bricks, nnd other articles made of clay; and tlint wood nnd metal stamps of monograniB, etc., were used In v...

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