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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 November 1892

fie VOLUME 1. REYNOLDSULLE, PENJTA., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1892. NUMBER 2G. l1lcrlliiitroM. Q MITVHKLL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office on Vwt Main rtiwt, opposite the Commercial Hold, Kcynnlrixvllli1, Pit. jyt. h. eTVioover REYNOLDS VI LLK. PA. p "-Ueslilent dentist. In ImUilliiK near Metho dist church, opposite Arnold block. (Iriitlc- nesa In operating1. lllllt. JJOTEL Mt.CONNKLL, REYNOLDS YILLE, PA. FliAXKJ. It LACK, 'i-oprtWor. The tending hotel of the town. lli'tidi'itni tors for commerclnl mm. Htciim heat, free hus. hath rooms mid closets on every floor. St snnipli' rooms, htllliird i-ooni, telephone con ' nectlons, &c. JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. flREEX COXSER, Vrfi itmv. First class In every ptirtlciilnr. Tinted In the very centre of the business pnrt of town. Vivo tnm to and from t ruins mill commodious sumple rooms for commercial travelers. MERICAN HOTEL, rmoOKVILLE. 1'A. jii'EFixarox if i.oxa, vip'. Omnibus to and from nil train. European rcstitiinoit. Mouse heated and ...

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

Di-nams. Whan the balmy tiny grow loin, Ixvc. I drrnm of thee tin mora, And I weave Into my song All the sweet, sad thoughts that throng Of the golden dara of yore. If to dream of thee he wrong, Then I hare offended mire. I.ovp, Id train of thee the iimru When the balmy clays grow long. All the winter have t tigh'd 1'or thy presence, wearily Grieving, ged across the wide Unit of selfish, human pride Which divided thee nntl mo -Now sweet hope lulrr my snug. Wears the smile that once she wore. Lave, t clii sm of thee the more Wnen the b.dtny day grow long. Huston Pilot. A SOLITAIRE. 11 V HtWK II. MM I I I-It. Uileo Rutherford stood, nt the wldo atone gateway of a pretty old 1 jigiish homestead. The bright moonlight win gloaming upon tlio decs, tin' alu-iibhory and llio foiinliiin. mid tpitn tha linissivo building with their towers, balconies and quaint archi tectural conceits. It win audi n picturesque view I lint t'ic yotinjf Am ciiciui tourist gazed upon it with iii( .in o. Tlio sti...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 November 1892

BLtNNERH ASSETT ISLAND. An Hlslorlo Spat Which Will toon II lhln fit the Pail. The historic Dlennerlmssett Island In tlio Ohio lilvfr In Rrndimll.T being whsIioiI hwr.v, nod Intely tli wati Iiha found r rhunnel thrmih the cen. ter, which I rapidly nlilltiu tho worl uf destruction. It will toon he t thing or the past. IVrliiips no spot nloiitf Hip Ohio h.H inch an IntcrfstliiK history us Wen-tii-rhiiMsi-tt's Jsltitiil. lin lore I that tf (tin iiiitliin Itst-lf. It m licrf that Aaron Hurt's treachery wa praclicnlly rherkr-il, and Die triumph Df that, emit Is mellowed by the and new of the full of pour old Illcnner bassett tlio diis of llurr. Over a telilury uiro this Kcntlt-tiinn nettled nn the Island, luillillnir himself a tie IlKhtdil residence, ami ever afterward llspenslnit most, i-lt-Kiint, hospitality. Here It was I hat Aaron llurr Inter fated him In Ms m-Ih-iiio for srl'ln Mexico, where, In case of success, llurr was to lie Kuiperor. Theotliwln Alston, Burr's ilittiKlilor, whs ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 November 1892

mt it Star ttiiliKrrltlinn $I.M per vmr, in mlninrr. An liidi'iHUitli'iil Imul im per, piililMirdKVi'ry mIim' iln y nt HeyiioliUvllle, Jefferson I'd. I'll., demled li llii- liHerr-sl nf HcyiioldivUle Mel .lerTeiimni'iHiiily. Non-iolltlriil, will t rent nil wllli fnlriii'ss, mill will ImmmmIiiIIy fi li'inl ly InwiiriN the IiiIioMiir rls. Hnl'rlilliiii mlreI.IMIH'l yiiif, III n il v uni t". ('tmntiiiiili'iitliin liitrnilpil for iiiihllriillon tme'l ho in'coniimiili'il liy the writer's iinme, not fn mililtriitlon, tint mt ft siinrnntnp nf rimhI fiiltli. liilerestliiK news Hems solli'lled. Advertising ml os mini' known tin Hpiillrn tlim tlieomVe In Arnolds' Hliwk. LriiKhly riminiiinlriitleiis uml rliniure nf ndvi'rtlenii'iils should refti'li Hits ofllre hy Mnitiliiv neon. Aililri' nil I'emmtiiilrntliiii Inf. A.Hti'ph noti, Hi'ViinldNVllle. Is, Kiitereif nl I hi' ismloltlre ill IteyniililKVllle, I'n.. H4 mih'imiiI rlsis mull miilier. V. A. N-rKPIIKKONi Kdllor mid lib. VV K I ) N KH I ) A...

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

tiulmrriiitiou tt.fiO ir year, in udrunre. 'i A. HTKPIlKNftOSU Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1W2. OTravtWvs' OTnlt. Pswtiiier Irnlns arrive lit the Hrynolds vllls station follows: Knsttrnnl. Westward. TntliiH, - (l.ivia m.Ttnln n, . . T.am. m. Train I, - limp. m.Tniln 1, 1 4.' p. in. Train a, ,'' m.Tniln 10, - mp. ni. Iisrsoi.iwvii.i.s posT-orrica. Villi arrive ami nml leave tin- ptMt-ofnVt' nn follows: Arrire. lkmrt. Aiom Tim wruT. run tii fast. I. 1.1 p. m. - - T en p. m.A.IOn. m. - 12 :mp. m. rOBW TH HAT . rilH TIIK Mt. 7.0" . ni. - - t.m p. ni ,7,"n n. m. - - l.l.i p. ni. Arrive from ltiitliiiu-1 uml I'rescottvlllii II. :m n. ni. AtTlvi' from I'milr TiH-wlnys, Tliurilny uml Sntiirrlnvs nt ?.:m p. in. Hvpiti'tH for l'rvscottvllle, Kiilhmi'l, Punic :wi n. ni. Office liniir?.liiin. m. loB.nnp. ni. Money oriler ofll is-n from 7-Oitii.m. to "..'Hip- m. Kciilstcr office npi'ii from ".im it. in. toH.Illl. III. I.cuiil llotlriiiv from 7.fm toN.iin n. in. mill from li.im lo a.ia...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 November 1892

MBS. HARRISON'S FUNERAL TBS WHITE BOUSE SERVICES. rift aad Simple Funeral Ceremonlee l"re;ds the Journey to the Final Riailn Place of the Dead. Th funeral services over the remains, of Mrs. Harrison, In the White House nt Washington on Thursday, were brief ami simple, a was tlie express wish of the Presi dent. The services were held in the Kast room at 10 o'clock. At either end or the casket stood tin Im mense sugo palm, wlmse gru -cf nl, waving (ranches reached nearly to the celling of the magnlllcent apartment. The chande liers cast a flood of mellow light, the w in dows having been darkened. The several mantels were bunked Willi ferns, nnd S" lt THE CASKET AND FLOKAL OFFERINGS ON THE FTNKIIAL Tit A IN. flanked at each end by a loner palm. Around the casket were grouped the great wea th of floral offerings. They filled ull the space on cither side of the casket, al most to the windows on the cast and the sloor on the west. Among the floral tributes were a wreath cif enrysiithemiin...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 November 1892

k 4' PEARY'S WORK ItKSMVM OF THK I XI'liOUKtVS 1K1' TO THK KAH MUHTU, lry and Companion Traveled Over liiOO Mile Ac-rots Inland Ice Sio tinman Belnits on the Not til Orcenland Count. N itn illustrated account of Lieu tenant H.E.Pcnry's expedition, which tt turned recently to this country, the .V Chicago Graphic rat: I-11X J lie surres 01 !'$'-. T'll'",l,nnt ! s PitrtMr -ii.l lila ham. 7 goes tar to prove rZJJZ&ZA'1" cUim th"t 'i"prxwji,'.i(...'!-,r.in American are pc '" -"- cnlmrlT fitted to explore. They ore quick to aiinitt them rclves to their aurroii iidiiin and possess unusual ok ill in contriving means by which to attain the desired end". In a disrmtch to the Nnvy Department, rom St. Johns, N. 1'.. Lieutenant Peary jays: "United States Nnvy claims high est discoveries on Greenland east coast. Independence. Hay, 82 degrees north latitude, .'14 degrees we-t longitude, dis covered Jmy 4, 1V.)2. Greenland ice raps end south of Victoria inlet." Lieutenant Peary presented his id...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 November 1892

CLASSIC PUGILISM. HOMER WAS THE FORERUNNER OF THE MODERN REPORTER. Hww th Grant Kpie Pot Describe -Sltlnwln" Match Knm of ft l Copy" Would n llrjri'tcil by tlio Averngn Sporting Eilltor nin WrMtllng Bonta. TVfr rrnn n tltnf IWwwn S.000 nn 8,000 years bko when It wm ns well worth while, for a man to be a champion pugilist as it is now. Such a mnn wns then appreciated nt his full ralne, even taking as the measure of that value his own opinion of himself. Ho who conld meet all comers at the Olympian games ceased thereafter to 1 an ordinary mor tal. The government supported him for life, he was exempt from taxes, he had a free pass to all public entertainments, his name was engraved on marhle tab lets and his statue was erected in the sacred grove of Elis, beside the gold and ivory Jnpiter of Phidias. The games themselves in which he had won honor formed epochs in history, by reference to which the dates of other events were fixed. Homer, in describing the games held by Achilles at 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. — 9 November 1892

Me VOLUME 1. REYNOLDSVILLE, PEXX'A., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1892. NUMBER 27. Ultecrllttnreu. Q MITCHELL, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Offli'p on Vrt Main wtrrrt. nprMwlto the Commt-n-lnl Hotel, Itvynolclsvtlli-, Pa. jju. n. e. hoover. REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Nr-sldi-nt dcntlNt. In bttllrtltijr nt-ar Mrtlin fllst rliurrli, oppoHltc Arnold hlix-k. Gentle ness In operutltiK. tfotcle. JJOTEL McCONNELL, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FJIAXKJ. BLACK, rnrirlnr. The lending hotel of tlietown. Hendftmr ter for enmtm'reiiil men. Meant heat, five bus, Imtli rtxtms tinrl etowetH on every floor, sample room;, hlltltird room, telephone- eon nectlotm, ttc. JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GHEEX& COXXEIt, I'min-Mom Flint elms In every pnrtli'iilnr. Located In the very eentro of the iMislneMMrmt-t of town. Free 'tin to tirifl fnm trnlie und eomniodloUM wimple room for ennimerelitl triivelers. M ERICA N HOTKU BROOKVILLE, PA. JlVFFlXaTOX f JAJXff, V,v'. Omnitu to nml from nil train. European restaurant. House heated and lhrh...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 November 1892

I.itltn Tlilnr. A ood-by Mm Is a Utile thing, With your fiand on the door to go, Hut It takre tlie venom out of the sting Of a thoughtless wont or a cruel Ding 1li at yon made an hour ago. A kiss of greeting I sweet ami rare Alter tbe toil nftlic tiny. And It smooths the fnrrows ploughed by care, The Unit on your forehead you once called fair, In tlie yours that have flown away, '7'is a little thing to nay "Von are kind, t love yon, my deur," each night, lint it eeiuls a thrill through the heart, I II nd; For love In tender a love Is blind. As we climb life's rugged licljht. We starve cvli other fur love's esress, We take, but we do tint Rive ; It serins so easy some souls to bless. Hut we dole the loe grudingty, 1cm and less, Till 'tis hitter and Irird to live. Betrothed by the Dawn. Mr. 1 Ilcible awoke nt. tlio Very liom- lie liml intended. Tim grny light of dawn lell on (In) flowers of Ills bed room CUflllitlS. I In opct.ed the window nml looked out on tho dim laud-capo still nsl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 November 1892

V 1 A DRUNKEN ELEPHANT. li'm Big Ilumpns la Cirrus la In- The mistlike of a careless kreppr In the nieniiifori" of KitiirllriK Hroths-rs' circus, while exhibiting In Km nit fort, Intl., recently, nltnost resulted in the killing of one of tlie nttenriiints and the brciiklnp; loose of the wild ani mals of the ineimgerle. "Untie," the hlppcst elephant of the circus, was taken with crump, unci the veter inary surgeon of the show proscribed a tahlcspoonful of prpperriilnt In a fint of whisky once In half an hour, lyan, the elephant keeper, procured Jnsr contalnltiK a gallon of whisky, ind Ituhc was niv n it dose. Jlyan had Kccaslon to leave the tent, and care lessly left the Jiitf within reach of Hi? elephant, who had had'a taste of the contents. When Ilyati leturned he .41 was surprised to find the Job un corked and empty. Fearing discharge, should Ills carelessness he discovered, and knowing full well where the con teutsof the juhadn'ie, hehastftied to a near-by sjloon lo lme It retlll...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 November 1892

IHk if Star Sithscriptinn tl.M ;cr imr, in mtrnntr. Anttiilrnetiilent lix-nl tin per. puhllln'il every Weilnesiltiy nt Heynolilsvllle, .li'ITeron Co. I'H.. ilevoteil to (lie Interests nf lleynolilsvllle aiiil .lelTerson enmity. Non-silltlt'iit. will I rent liTl with fairness, nml will In- espeelnlly frh'inl ly tnwnriK tllf Inlsirlns rhiss. Hiittserlptlon prlrefl wper ypnr.tn iulvntiei. t'omniuiilrfttlons Intrnileil fur pitl'lleiitlnti must, lm serompmilril hyUm writer's iiHme, not fur piililleiitlon, lull s n gimriiiitee nf rimhI fiilth. Interesting news Hems sollrlteil. Advertising tiil miiile known mi nppllrn tlon lit HnMmler In Arnolds' llh-k. I.fimhty riimiiiiiiili'iitlons mill rlinnici of nilvertlsemeiits hIhiiiIiI rriifh I III ollleo liy Momlnv noon. Address nil rnminiinlrnthins In ('. A. Hteph onoti, Hevnoldsvllle, I'n. Kntereif nt tin' pnstnfllen nt Hryinildsvllle, ln.. sssisond rlnss mull mutter. '. A. Ti:ril Kriltnr anil Pub. WEPNKsnAY, NOVKMHKK . IW2. Ciin yon say. ''I to...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 November 1892

m jr Star Sulmrriplinn tt.RO ;irr iriir. n advance. '. A. KTKrilKNRI) Kdltnr unit I'tlb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER l, 1W2. tTvnwelers' OThII. PinKi'inrer Iriilns arrive lit thn Jtcynnlils- vllln Minion n fullmrs: Kattmird. MVnVimf. Train , - - (1Mb in. Ti n In tl, - -T.3Vn.ni. I rm II 1. - - i.,-. ,i. in. i i , - i'.. .. in. Train a, - - . i. in-l'l'ialn Hi, - Wp. in. nitrmii.iiKVii.i.n powr-orrien. Mnlln arrlvpnnil nml Iravp t tit- prist -efllrrn follows: Arrirr. Ikpart. rnoM tiik wkkt. ronTimrAsT. LIS p. m. - - T.m p. nt.ls.inn. m. - - IS.an p. m. roim Tim rHT. rim Tim wkst. 1. no n. in. - - '-'.nil p. m. I7.no n. m. - - I, in p. in. Arrive fnim Itnllinii't nnil Pren'iittvllle H.an n. m. Arrives fiiiin I'tuili' Tni'siliiys, Tlmnliiyn nml Hut ut-'ln v nl '!' p. m. lii pmlH (nc I'lcn'iitH lilt', ltiillimrl, runic 4 II. (HI II. in. irflcn hours 7.(io ii . ni. tn . p. m. Mmiey iimIit olllrr open fiiiin 7.nn n. ni. In T.mip. n't. Ki-uliii-r ollli'i npi'ii fintii 7. ""a. in. In s.im p. ni. I....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 November 1892

TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Happen.,. The World Over. GLEANINGS OF INTEREST TEHBB ll TOLD, BOTH DOMSSTIO AND FOREIGN. Plsnaiera. Accidents nd rntnlllle. Near Alexandria, Vs., the. steamer Wnke field, of the Potomac river line, while on Iter wiy up the river mill orTMarylund Point blew a hole in her boiler. Tho ii'-cl-dent cnnctl tlie death of three colored men nd the serious Inlury of twoolheri. All were members of her crew. William VntiArsiliilc nnd son, of High Bridge, N. J., were out hunting. The boy handled hi gun carelcssiy nnd shot his father dead. John Stevens, of Tcnnnnt, N. J., nnd Frederick Hess, nn Englishman, were killed t Tennnnt wlille driving across the Penn sylvania rnilrninl tracks. The bursting of a Men in pi on tug lying at the llronklyii docks so scalded Wil liniii Hut s, Michael Walters and Fdwurd Uibson, Hint they d ed. Two trains collided mar Cabin Creek sta tion on the Little Kock it Ft. Smith rail mad, Ark. Lnglncer .tones unit Fireman William Dcorby were killid. 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. — 9 November 1892

J HOP HARVEST. ricatmirsQUR cK!r: in ceji- XHAL MKW VUllll. An Invading Army of Mop Pickers Arum sturrouiidlnit Tiiwim-How the Mop Am ricked -Muy tKnnes. JN a realistic illus trated account of mm. tin; annual hop har vest in Central New York, which is the htadipiarlcr of the Imp industry tn the Kast, Fmnk Leslie' Weekly says: This hop-picking Motrin ttm tlrst r second week In Peptembcr. It depends, ol course, im the went her nml the kind of hop grown. This your the sinson is backward, nml Into Imp may yet he tupped by the frost. Toe vine mu-t be tripped without delay, ami so there is o great demand lor "help."' Kvcrybodv, without regaid to nae, six, or pievious oondition of mvitude, is welomol. tireat preparations hio made to lent the invading unuy of workers. 'Ihe house- wife prepares big batches" of cakes, fi:cs and crullers. The hop "hands" ike to go where thete is a good table. Those who set a poor table soon become known, nnd are avoided. The majority of pickers come from near-...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 November 1892

: CATS FOR COMlSNY. A WATCHMAN HAS TWENTY-THREE AND HE LIKES THEM. A Feline Crowd That In tVcll Cared For. Inltlng a Ntw fork Nlfflit Watchman Who Would He Lonely hut for 111 Ptu Totrd and Loving Trim Whre, tvhretl Whop, whnrM It wab mich a whistle a the Pied Plr of Hnmlin mny hnre Riven wlion ho called the rat from the fiiinmn nM city to watery grave in the river Wepr. But instead of rata there came from a little shanty in Alderman Duffy's conl yard at the foot of East Twenty-sixth street the queerest colony of cats to bn found perhaps In Christendom. They gathered about the watchman of tlio yard, Charles Melville, a short thick act man with bristling brown mustache, who walked with a slight limp and is familiarly known as "Doc," because of his veterinary skill, in answer to his whistle. "Great family, ain't it?" said the watchman after a moment's pause, dur ing which he counted them to see if the cats were all thpre. "Ain't another like it in the city. The black one's Nig. He's S ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 November 1892

mm VOLUME 1. KEYNOLDHVILLE, I'EXN'A., WEDNESDAY NOVEMUEU lfi, 1B92. NUMBER 211. Ittlarrllttttreu. 1 MITCHELL, ATT( RX E V-AT-LA V Offlre nn M'pnt Main Mrert, opposite the I'ommetvliil lintel, rteynnlilsville, Pu. jyt. ri. v.. hoover, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Keslilent climtNt. In hulMlnir ni'itr Metho dist eliuivli, nppimttn Arnold Moi'k. I.i'iitlt nous In npevntliiir. Ootrle. REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FRAXKJ. liLACK, Proprietor. hr lenrilnff hotel nf the town. Ili'itrifintir li for rnintni'ivlHl men. Pteum ht'iit, five In. ith iimnr nnd cloetM on rvrry floor, nnm ynotnH, hllllm-fl mom, telephone eon- llOl'tl , &C. JJOTEL RELNAr, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GREEXd- COXIER, Proprietors. I'lrxt olnsn In every pnrtli'iilnr. Located In 1 litt vt'ry ivntre of I hi' l)iilntHpiirt of town. Krr-0 'Itus to imd from Irnlns ntnl I'ommoilloiiM fitmplt' rooni for roninti'tvlnl trawler. MERICAN I IOTEL, TiROOKVILLE, PA. hVFFlXtiTOX t- LOXG, Prop'. OmnHiih to mid fromiill li'tilii. F.ttropiin eMmiriint. Hoiim hi'ii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 November 1892

THE PRESIDENTIAL CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON Grover Cleveland's Third Attempt to Reach the Presidential Chair a Decided Success. New York State Gives 40,000 Democratic Majority. Indiana and Illinois Close, but Conceded ns Democratic. A Itf tfiWA W M VPS. fW Tt W& fl GROVER CLEVELAND, Prkbjdent-Elkct. Grove. Clfvki.akd, of New York, was bora in Caldwell, Essex county, X, J., Ifsrch 18. 1837. He received a common school nd academy education at FayUte eille and Clinton, N. Y. He was a clerk in a conn try store and a teacher in the New York Institute for the Blind, and was ad mitted to the bur in Buffalo in 1859. He was appointed Assistant Di-trict Attorney of Erie county January 1, 18(13. He ran for office on the Democratic ticket in Erie county and waa defeated for District Attor ney in 1805. He waa elected Sheriff in 1870, Mayor of Buffalo in 1881. and Governor of New York State in 1882, defeating Charles J. Folger, United States Secretary of the Treasury, by a plurality of 192.851 v...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 November 1892

PROGRESS IN MUSIC. NOTAIlliH OOLliECTIOX MUSICAL INSTItUMKMS. OK Some of Them Are Tnnofnl and Other Decidedly Barbaric lhev May be Kxhthltort at the) World Fair. 8 Interesting a collection of musical instruments as can be found any where, any the Detroit Free Tress, is that gathered ly Frederick Stearns during bil ei tcnsivu travels and which adorns the music room In the family residence on Lafayette avenue. Although Mr. Stearns, with the grc.it generosity of a public- minded citizen, has given a most valuable collection of articles to the art museum his homo li a veritable museum ol rare and costly treusures, notablo amoticr which Is the large assortment of musical instruments which he has gathered with discernment. Mr. Wilson, Secretary of the Bureau of Music, of the World's Columbian Exposition, who was shown the collection on ths occasion of his re cent visit here, was charmed with tho instruments which fairly represent the progress of music, showing the barbaric conception of s...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 November 1892

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