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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 October 1892

S'ii'(iwrtpfifiii $1.60 prr irnr, ill mfrimrr. '. A. ftTKPIIKKSOKI, Kdllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, OCTORER 12. 18!2. fftrmtrlrva' OTntti. Pawneer trains nrrlvp nl llio Hcvniilils vlll mutton an follows: AVinftrdivf, tt'rftirnrtl. Train It, - - I.M a m.lTrnln a, . . j.jii a. m. Train I. - - l.ui p. ni. Triiln t. -Mitt. m. Trnln 3. - - ,; p, m.lTrnln in. - . B,m p, m. Hariioi.iwvti.iji nwT-orricr. V tilts arrive mill nnil leav tin- post-iiftVcS follows: Arriiv. lk)nirt. most Tint whst. rim mr r..fr. 1.1ft p. m. - - 7.m p. ni.iA.inn. m. - - I2.:mp. m. rilllM THK KAHT. roll Til K W FST. I. lin. m. - - 2.i p. m. ." n. ni. - - I.IA p, m. Arrive from Itiillimi'l mill I'ri-soottvlllc II. :n. m. Arrive from Pimli" TiH"iltiy. Tlinrilii.v nnil ant nriln vii lit "i.: p. m. liipiiiiM for Prc-woii villi. Itiitlnni'l, I'milc Il.nn p. ni. office hour ?.nn ii. m. loH.nnp, ni. Money order ollli'i open from T.nnii. m. to 7.:ii. in. Ki'tfUti-r olll ipi-n ftoiii7.nnii.ni. tos.imp. ni. I.eirnl llollitiivi fr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 October 1892

PEST HOMES, jtrnRRta victims op -costa- filOVB DISEASES ARJ&J&U.UN. (Cnw York' North Itrother iMnnd Sstem 14 by Fnr the Itost lis tUo World Whero Cliolsr Patients Go. LONG way up the East River, beyond 8 sunken meadow, writes n Now York rorrcspnndent of tlio Pirnyunc, three isl ands block the chan nel that winds past the forts to Long Idand Sound. Two re barren wastes of bay weed and sand. Tno third juts Into the channel with gross-crown bluff. Great bowlders washed by every tido lie tit its base. Up on Its brow stands n lighthouse with a big fog bell In its white tower against a background of groen trees. The Ashing boats that dot the channel keep to the windward of the island. Passengers on the deck of the big outgoing Sound S'.entcers watch the sunset glow in tho myriad windows of a group of red brick buildings on its shore, wondering what they may be, while the city's spires fade iwny in the distance. Presently several shrill blasts sound from a steamer's whistle and at ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 October 1892

COLUMBUS ON KV2BY LIP. Nsw York Celabrate. th Discover? of a New World. The ill days' relebratlon of trie fonr hun dredth anniversary of th discovery of America by Christopher Coltimbwi, began In New York City Satnnlay after weeks f preparation. Commemorative services tr i held in all the Hebrew synagogues, n.d Were Inrgoly attended. Pundny, the second day of the qnadren tilnl cclehrntlon of the discovery of tho new world, ni devoted to religious services, lioth in Romnit Catholic and I'rotcstnnt cliurclios the services were of tho mot inv invasive character. The more important were held in St. I'atrick'a Catliedral, where Archbishop Corrlgan celebrated liiitli mass; Trinity Chtircli, tiraco Church, where the 1'cv. Dr. lluiitinfrton preached, and tho Mndlion Fqtinre l'rosliytcrlan Church, in which tho services wore conducted by tho Itcv Dr. I'arkliurst. t'E'tm IN IIOT.IPIV ATTIUP. Tt la probable that no city was ever so lieautitiilly, an gaily, so artistically, andnlan so universall...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 October 1892

FRIENDLY ANIMALS. ODD FRIENDSHIPS THAT DUMB ' CREATURES CONTRACT. Xlories unit liiva FiJetniently llecnme In tlmnta Queer Tat That Cnnlnri ' DUplay In Chnonlng Companion, ftnme llemarkaUla Caw. Tlie jinrtlrnlnr frli-mlslitps ocriHon . ally formed by nninml nmnng tlictn selves are clinrnrtrrizeil. )y the virtni-J and fnilinp: Incident to lmmntj nttncli merits. Vc nro freqnriitly JiMmnded ol mnn's elfifliiip? and inconstniicy in tlit vrnyn of the lirito creation, nor is it peculiar to iiiiininls that they unmHImr enter into nllianres of ft rnrion kind. Naturally emmiri:. limwa often make friends and couirmVs ntnnng their own race, as dog do still nftenev, but n clout friendship and nnderstandinif between horses and do(S is apparently more fre quent than any similar rolationshir between the individuals of tho saint species. Perhaps the most remarkablt attnehments are those shown by animal! thrown together by enforced circum stances and separated from others ol their kind. Horses liavo ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

J lie VOLUME 1. KKYXOLUSVILLK, I'KXX'A, WEDXKSDAY OCTOBER 19, 1892. NUMBER 21. Itlletellane-jwe. . Q MITCHKLL, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. Offlee on Wvt Mnln slnft, opposite tho I'omniervliil Hotel, Krynolilsvllle, Pa. jyU. B. K. HOOVKK, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. KoKlilcnt dentM. In building ninr Motho fllit rhurrh, opposite Arnolil block, (lentle ncss In operating. H OTEL MoCONXELL, REYNOLDS VILLE, PA. FRAXKJ. BLACK, Proprietor. The lending hotel of the town. Headi-unr-tors for rommerelnl men. Htenm hoat, free bus, bnth rooms and eltweta on every floor, srtmplp rooms, billiard room, telephone eon nectlona, An. JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. OREEXd- COXSER, rmprictwu. First rlns In every pnrtl(ular. T.oented In the very rentre of tlie Imslnc- part of town. Free 'bus to and from trains and eommodlnua anmple rooms foreommeivlal travelers. MERICAN HOTEL, BROOKVILLE, PA. MFFixarox d- J.OXG, J'jV- Omnibus to and from all trains. Knropean rr-Mtiiiruiit. House heated anil lighted hy rmb. Hot unci eold nt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

tTTlroltowtiibc-Ajtlfill rewm h Xntr nmwnl-e SWwnnil. wim first pnbllsh'iHn th kntfrmnl TW tmn Waslilnvto'l. u. i!., the wildlrrs' .nwr nf Ann-rlea, In n rei-rnl Initio Th wl!! lie rend will Merest " nil oriiiul Aimy nwn, ami hoslsnf mlieis. Ii wan nrlm-ii for the Itciuiliin Twrilljr-lhliil imj Snres. Oriinil Ai nir Place. V. nl.lnKtoii, Kept, 'ii. len. J. M. KrhnfloMl, li. a A ireIUlli, sud. 'ecUix Sr KlUmbetfi Muustlcld IrvihH.J m ATI,, hcrnc of the battle! Hull, men who wore Ihe shield I Who bore the ring lo glory on itinnv a sanguine "" ! We celebrate your victories nnd twine you greener buys, Kor pence has wntiml her olive 'round the crowns nl sterner day; .The splendor of votir conquests rusts n linln o'er the land, A ml i ii In mi-s of ItiiririiiLf aire miickrii ns thov wonder imr stand: 'J honKli Hit) slogan sounds no longer Ilium ! pruUd uccluiui toiliout Jour O, I "e the boyish f ace kindling with Turning from the nestling cottage with riUIII 1llt;illlllllll!lllllK will! m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

Iloniltilght. flnoihilglit! Kweet sleep I I rome, wandering, way-worn sheep ' Uod I thy liiiine, lie longs In Imvn thee emtio. (loodtilght! Bweot sleep! lloodntglit! Sweet sleep! Oh, leave Ihe mountains rough ntiil steep 1 In Hod Is peace wlilc Ii nevermore shall cease. llnnihilglit I Sweet sleep! tlooilnlght I Hweet sleep! Thy ti'nMllh'il eyes mi morn newt weepi tied in thy frli'ttil, nml will nil danger fond, tlimdlllglll! Street sleepl tloodiilglil! Rncot sleep! ITo In hi li'inli r riiro will keep Thee safe frum linrm Willi liU almighty arm. tJunillilghl Hweet nil-op! (lonilnlghl I Hweet nlpi-p' Ho o'er llijr frame will alinnlii-r i-n-i'p, Ami llmu'lt Hnd rest upon tliy Suiloiir's breast. Koodlllghtt Hweet steep! I lonilnlghl ! Kweet shop! An1 dreaming, tlmtl wilt hear tlm sweep Of angel witus nml strains fniin troMcii strings, (looilnlght! Hweet sloop I May Christie, in New York I mti-x!iii1-iit. HESTER'S ROMANCE. Tlio pr i ti ff was vory sweet thai yenr; tlm orchard blossoms wo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

r SHte tAt Star. Niiharriptiim f .SO jwr V"r, mwiiir. An Itllleprmlent llM-sl l)UMT, lllMlti''TITjr Wcilm"iliiy fit Hi'ynnlMHVllh, .IcfTtTHtm Co., I'll., ileviilerl In I hi lnlnMln of Ki'TMiiIiIkvIIIii nml JiITinMiriroiitily. Noii-Millllnl, will treat nil with fntrtiem. nml will lHi4iiflHlly friend If tuwnnla the Inlmrlm vtno. Hiilwrliitliin irti'ffl.WHr viMir.ln nilvRnee, 4 otmiiiiim li iif l nx liiteiiilerf for iiiililli'iillini IttiiHi lin iKvnmtmiili'tl Ityllin writer's ntitne, not fur iiiihlli'iillmi, hut tm n mmnintee of Hinf fnl tli. liili-rvNiliiK new lli-ni milli'lli'il. Ailvcrf Mlim rules iiiiiiIk known mi Hiillrn tlon nt tliiofllfc In ArimliU' lllm'k. Lenirlity riiininiiiilfMilloim nnil rlinne of silvertliemeiits should reiu'h this office liy MoiiiIht noon. Aililri'iH till rotimiiiiili'utlmn lo A.Htepli fnHon, ltivnolflsvllli, Vn. Kntereif nt I Ik- poxtoflli'i- nt lti'ytiolilvllli, Ph., hi im'onil rliisi mull niiitlir. V. A. NTKIIIKNOf. Hilllor nml Vuh. WICDNKKDAY, OCTOII...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

I TC J Star tinhm-riptiim $l.tO jirr ijrttr, in utlninrr. ) A. MTKPIIKNMON, lid I tor and ltib. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1t. J2. f tawilttt' Wntti. I'lumt'inri-r train nrrlvti lit lh Iteymilils vlllo station a follows! Kiwtirnnl. Iirtrfirrmf. Trnln 9. - - tAlh m.Triiln II. -7.Wn.rn. Trnln I, - ton p. nt. Trnln 2, - - 1 .41 p. m. Train a. - - fl.wi p. in. Train III. - - tnp, m. iirTNoi.iwvii.i poKT-nrrim. MiilU nrrlvnnml mid leave the pnnt-iiffli-iMi fnllowM! Arriiv. lkfMirt. rmiM Tim wrT, ron tiik ms-r. MS p. m. - - 7 no p. ni.ft.lnn. m. - I3 p. m. rOHtf TIM RANT roll TIM ST. ?.", iii. - - ami p. m .7.no a, in. - - l.t.t p. ni. Arrive from Itiitlimrl unit I'ri'vutlvllle .:)n. m. Arrive from Tunic Tui'iliiy. TliuriluyM nml Sal in l ii v nt '! p. in. Hcpnrt fur l'ri'nitlvllli', Kiitlinii'l, Panic il.m ii. in. Mitre liour 7.nn n. in. tnS.nn p. in. Money order oMrc open from 7.nnn. ni. In 7.Wip. ni. Ki'itlHti'r iillli i' npi'ii rriini 7.1X1 it. in. to x.im p. in. I.iniil llolliliiv fmm 7.00 l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

PROGRESS AND PATRIOTISM. PERFORMANCES WE WILL CELEBRATE AT THE CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR. OUR FIRST FOUR HUNDRED YEARS. What America Has Achieved Since Columbus' Time. A Won derful Era in the World's History. Architectural Triumphs at Jackson Park. NCE a Thought enmrt I from the great nn I known mid wondered tlirouji'i thebusy haunt ot men. It whs not sublime thought, a holy or a lovely thought. Hut it was a great thought, brnve and heroic, with a high des- 7 tiny for the benefit of -r-L.'C r w1 tne unman race. n i i&p' n"1 u movj thT"Vh bodiless and unseen, but people felt its In fluence and wondered. At length a bold tea captain found favor with it, and it settled upon blm, and he be came Its slave. He was a rover from Ills childhood, half trader, half pirate, in the days when piracy was no crime; hardy, courageous, enterprising, persistent and avaricious, the type of man that succeeds. We have this man's name variously as Cristobal Colon, Christ, iforo Colombo, and, latinized, Chr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

J IN9ECT NUI9ANCE9. now to flat ttlrt or II inselmlil rosts. In his fourth lccturo before lh Lowell Institute recently, 1'rofi'Mor ttlley discussed tlio ever timely ub lect of household jiests. 'Ihe treat ment of tho subject wns practical, and the remedies nlvrn for each particular post are worth noting by Iho careful housewife. Tor certain tf Iho commoner ucU, such ns the bed-liUK, tho carpet-beetle, and tho clothes-moth, benzine, applied In a line upray by means of a hand atom Izer, was stated to be tho best remedy, as in nicxt cases It destroys the Insect In nil stages, Including the cgif. In uslnjr ben.lno, however, care must ba taken that no fire or artificial llpht Is In the room at the same time, the apor of benzine being hlphly cxplo live. For cockroaches, brlstle-talls, or Hfh-moths and liens, the lecturer recommended a liberal use of pyre thrum powder. In the form of either l'erslan or Dalmatian powder or Huhach. Fleas, he said, are general ly Introduced Into houses by dog...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 October 1892

I A GREAT SHOE CITY. HISTORY OF LYNN AND ITS SHOE MAKINQ INDUSTRY. The Mnnnnrihiiiett. Coloojr Va t'lnneer In tha Ilnslne.s or Making Footwear M Karly as 100 A City Renowned for It Patriotism anal Wealth. The history of the Ht.y of Lynn nnrl thttt of Its ihoe Industry are, chronolog ically speaking, almost identical. The ahoe Industry orlRinnted in Lynn In 163.5, two years before the terse man date was promulgated by the general conrt Mor. 13. 1637. "Sangust is called Lin." Lynn was originally pretty large town. Its bounds were "at Charlratovm line, Reading pond, Ipswich river. Bv lem and Nahant." A few men termed cordwinders (cord wainers) in the Plymouth charter were sent over and laid the foundations of the shoe business. Shoemaking has taken a front rank among the nseful art". The pilgrim fa ther recognized this, nnd on the third Toyage of the Mayflower the governor and deputy of the Now England com pany sent over (1628) Thomas Beard and "Isack" Rickman, who wore to receive "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. — 26 October 1892

J lie y VOLUME 1. KKYXOLlKSVIMsK, I'KXN'A., WKDXKSDAY OCTOBER 2(5, lt)2. NUMBKR 25. c Ittiscrllttnrotte. MITCIIKLL, ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. Offlco on Vot Mnln street, nnjnmlto tho C'ommiTclnl llim-1, KiymtilMViit, Pn. jyn. b. K. noovKui REYNOLDS VILLE, PA. tl.uilflnn. linn I tat 1 rt hill.ll.,tf MnfUiithn. Wv Cist chnivli, iiiMxistto Arnold block, lientle- ness In operntlnit. Qotrl. JJOTEL McCONNELL, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FRAXKJ. BLACK, Proprietor. The londinn hotel of the town, llondiiunr ters for cotnnierclnl men. Htvitm heat, free bus, nut h rnnms nml rUisr-ts on every floor, sample dmiitih, billiard room, telephone con nections, &i JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GltEEXit- COXSEIi, Proprietor. FlrHt i-lnss In every pfirtlf-ulur. T.oented In t he very rem rt of the ImisIih'sk part of town. Free 'bus to mid from triiln mid ninimoillims sample mom for romnieivlul truvelern. MEUICANIIOTEL, RUOOKVILLE, PA. jiUFFixtnxtx & i.oxa, pmp Omnibus to mid from nil t i-nliis. Kiiropeiin restau...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 October 1892

Light Will Break Tomorrow. What though our skies lip overcast And clouds of trouble lower? , Though disappointments orow.lln? fast, Seem life's ungrateful dower? Though trinla throng upon our way, Shall we succiini to sorrow? No! Let u gather hope, and say, 'I ha light will break tomorrow! Tliouzh fickle Foitune hide her fact) Our brave enilcavors scorning, And robs us of tome promised grace Without moment's warning, Let in not tremble nt her frown Kor care nml trouble borrow, Dut crush our dark forebodings ilowu The light w ill break tomorrow' 'eyonil thoahnd iws of llio til -lit Tile welcome tun Is shlnimr. The c'oucls lli.it loom upon our xllit Have nil ii ullvor lining; The darkest hour precedes the dawn, And joy succeed to sorrow The Interest niuht will yet be gone, And Unlit will brn:ik tomorrow! "-Helen Whitney ( lark, In Saturday Xlgli' EQUAL TO THE TEST. 'Oil, dear, no! llo-sio llitnl'll never amount to tniK'ii of nnylhiug. l'tolty ciiotigli, if mi v ono fancies mil hair an...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 October 1892

J 9 r LATER NEWS WAIFS. Perrelnry of War Klklns In resting at Wheeling. W. Vs. He tins not yet fully re roveml from the ' mini k of illness with which he w as seized tome wwki nun. and fur thnt reason did not attend the t'ultinilms demonstration In Chicago. At rincervllle, CI., nn entire hlock was humeri. AmonR the property di-strnyed is n two-story hotel owned by A. Miersou; o two-story Inline building owned by Louis luusi. eontiilninu two saloons, thn livery edible of ,1. t'. (tei'hi'lii and tmtili other lnierty. During a TtrptililiRin rally at Kmnoria, Kan., b I inn lit ii tni rt ntid I'utiilly Injured two lin n, John Kownlskl, who lind both Html Mown olT, ami I nn Ailnir, who hud hi riRlit linnil blown off. A notiro Inn been pitted In tlie(!rm mine tunml, Wiiliiiee. Idaho, ly n b ind of nrmed 1:1' ii, to tl.c i n,".t 1 1 1 lit 1..VHI pound of .lant poivd"r, already in the mine, would he ex ploded before the end of the monili. The notice eoneiuiliil: "If wn inn't work in ttie min...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 October 1892

ftft -At Star SulMKriplUm tl.SO jw-r ynr, fit nilmnrr. An lnilnxiiili"nt Inrnl nitnnr. piilillhiMl sypry WimIihhmIuv hi. Itt-ynnhisvlllit, .li-nVrmin I'n. II- ... ....I I... i - ... II I.I III-. unit Ji-tTi-rxntiriiunt y. Nnn-xlltli'si, will tn-xt nnwiin niirm-sx, nun win iH-wnnrtnuy mc-nii ly liiWHril IIiii liilxirlns i-lnxx. Hiilm-rliilliin irli'ttl.MIit'ryimr, In nitvnm-o. Onmmiinli'ittliiim liitpiiili-if fur imhlli-ntliiti must lx xoi-nniiinnli'il hy tlm wrllnr'ii mum-, nut for iiulilli'nt Inn, but nx A minrxti1-n or rikmI fulth. Iliti'rt-Mllnif m-wx Iti-mx milli-ttt-il. Artvi-rtMntr rxli-s nntili- known mi spiillcs tlitn hi thn nnfi-r In Arnnhlx' lllm-k. J.inirhty mnimiiiili'ntlnn anil rhnntfo of nnvnrti4nipiiix xiniiiiii n-nrri mix nnu' ny Mnmlity niHin. Aihln- all i-nmmmili-nlliiii In V. A. Htih ttinn, Hi-ynnliUvllli-, I'n. Kiiti-n-il nl lln- Hxliinii'i nl lliyniililirllti-, Px., iixsi ml i-Iiism iniill iniitti'r. 11. A. HTKI'IIKNNON, Kdltor and I'llb, WKDNKSDAY. CMTollKIl 31...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 October 1892

4 $bfte Star .Subneriptinn tt.iO jkt yrnr, in arfruntv. A. HTKFIIKNHOiM, tfdllor and IMib. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1W2. ftvuvtUr' (Outb. I'lt-wnirer tratnn nrrlvo at tliu Itcvnnliln- vlllo station follows! A'wi'irrtnf. HViifironf. 'Train, - .M n m.Tmln , - 7 Sim.ni. "Train I. - l.fflp. nt.Trnln J, 1 p. m. Train a, - - n.iwp. niTrnln in, - - p ip m. HKYNOI.IMVIM.il FIMT-orNCR. Mulls arrive mill ntul Icrvo till posl-unVen follow: Arrirr. Ihpurt. rilOM TIIK WKST. run THK KAKT. LIS p. m. - T.nn p. m il inn. m. - r : p. m. rmm Tim r. x . run tiir wrxT. 7- w. m. - - a.ini p. m .Ton n. m. - - 1.1.1 p, ni. Arrive from Ktitlinii'l ami I'N'Hcottvlllc II .: n. in. Arrive from I'll ti It TihkIii vh, Tlinriliiys nml Hniiiiiliivn nt 2.: p. m. Dvpium fur rrcst'iitl villi1, Niitlitncl, I'milr 3.1m ii. in. office limir T.nnn. m. titH.imp. in. Money order office oicii frntn T.nn n. in. In T.:ii. in. UenMcr oltlce open from T.nnn. in. to H.im p. m. Lewd M illiln v-4 from T.nn to turn n. in. nnil frinii I.M...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 October 1892

I ALL AMERICA CELEBRATED CHRISTOPHER COLUMBU3 CAT. Our Nation's Fonr Hundredth Annlver" ary. Dedication of th World! Fair Bu.ldiBte. A General Holiday. N Thursday, Chicago saw the grand, st pa geant 1 lie nation ever beheld, and went home gratified nml contented tlnit tlicy I hi' I renmu fur their T-e inii nt 11 lalinn. No mie who inw the parade has any doubt, fur It wiw H"l imly complete nii'l nie 3 ) ( l ces-ful, lint wn SfM' r' v '"". -vp' .SL .A l ' ,,,e i""iii?. ' 3 -.' place. ces. ful, lit was In ul il rcey twill 11. e Hu rt noticeable part "f Hie f1it:v w is a long double limit. The frmit part t the tloat ! mmle to represent mi i-iund in a cliniuie here palms army. A hulf dozen Indians In ll wealth nl' lawny cloth ntlia nienteil Willi colli filnge und feathers, re tiined on the island. On lliv nur u c 1 1 it i h t o I 1 1 k mom TttK rotirriAiT ofkiuai.i.v acchtkd hy IIF.nh ia very llltle definite informnlion about tlio family und tli early life of Cliritopher t'oluiiibus, the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 October 1892

V - IN A POSTAL CAR. Orfclt ATIONS OV THR 1'IAINU 1otokfk:k. Bow the Clerk II and If the Malls Laldilng Mall H un tlio l-'ly An Arduous Occupation. I IIP, wonderful facil ity, rapidity and an curacy which has been attained in the b 1 ' iiniiiniiiniiiiii uin, B'rTTi t i j i tn'iivury in uur niii mails, nlttioiit.il of uch ImmcilmtL' im portance nre.saya the Ban Vrnciito Chronicle, ono nf tlie most ill-npprrci-nlnl benefits which an Induluent and pro gressive Government ever betowed. Tho mighty utricle fro'ri a lumbering stage coach, dtnty, uncertain and slow, with cue man for driver, nis.il clerk and postman, to the rushing special mail trains grabbing and distributing the pouches ns they tear along nt i stv miles an hour, and with nearly 7000 railway mail clcrki working Iik bea vers to land tho mad on time, ha coma to gradually that man, woman and child regard it ns a matter ol course, and raiely top to wonder how it all happen?. Through tho courtesy of A. 11. Mer rill, Assistant Su...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 October 1892

THK FACTORY LASSES 8KETCHES OF THEIR LIVES IN THE SftEAT LANCASHIRE MILLS. Frnvl.te. Made ty -the Oxfnrtl Factory Owner. fT the Recreation of Their Employee ttw the 'OlrU lre. and Conrinet Thcm.el.eii. For th reprentlrm of thr1r hnrnl mills hare no provision wlmtover as a rule, that In. There are a fow exiTjitlonn, and only a fow. Cnliiiw curtninly nro the Oxford rnill at Axliton-unrier-Lyne, In connection with which the lute Mr. Hugh Mason founded ft llttlo colony. For outdoor sports thnro is a lurgo ilny ground, with swings, etc.. mid a bowl ing preen attached. When the weather is unfavorable the hands tun go to the recreation rooms. Ou the (round floor of these Is a reading room 'liberally sup plied with newspapers and .periodicals, and having a library of 700 volumes. coffee room leads nit it, nml from that again the baths are reached. Up stairs is a large lecture room fitted with desks and with platform at the end. Busts of great men are on pedestals round the walls. Scott and ...

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