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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

icriplinn tlM) )cr yrnr, in mb'iinrr. V. A. HTl:rilF.0, Killlnr li ltd Pub. WEDNESDAY, MAY Z 1W2. ffmtitWtrs' OTutHe. I'mwiMim-r trciltn arrive at thi Krynnld- Tllli' Million as follows: Hastirnni. I Went mi rl. ?mln (I. - - S.S2 a. m.Trnln (I, - 7.W a. m. mini," - l.nn p. m. Trnln t, - 1.4! p.m. ruin ft, - - B..TO p. m. Trnln lo, - - lux p. ni. IIKTHOI.IMIVIl.t.l! POST-omCK. Mull arrive and lcnvo the poM-oflli-i' n follows: Arrive, I Depart. rnoM tbk wkst. I run TMK RAHT. l.l.V m. - 7. on p. m. 6.10 a. m. - - 12.) p. tn. riu h tii a k ast. ! riH Till! WKST. 7.00 n. ni. - -t.no p. m. 7.00 a.m.-- LIS p. m. Arrive frnm Kiitliniel anili I'rrsoott villi II HI a ni. Arrlvi- frtn fnnlo TiU'wInys, Thursday and Hntiinliirs nt S.:m p. m. Departs for I'n-si-olt villi', ltiillinii'l, I'linlr a.nni). ni. now liniirvT.ooa. ni. to s.oop. m. Money itnlrr oftVc nn-n from 70On.ni. to 7.30 p. m. Ilculmi'r oilier oM-n from 7.00 n. in. tos.im p. m. 1,1'ifnl llnlldnv fnim 7.00 to 8.00 a. m. and fnini f....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

OUR BOE1ID BATES. Tor the. dead Mir heart has cherlshod Love her tribute tear rniut render. Ffir the f rii-mlji In peaee that periaWl j There in sorrow tnio ami tender, And a silence on vir lifo Unils the door; Pitt. the hearts of millions tremble With the tii't-'hty tribulation. And the nal in troops ussemble When the champions of a tiatinn Back (rem honor's tlclds of strife Come no more. Farm nnd villa?, town and city H ill them ninrtvra, name them sighing; Nobler (stiff than sorrowing pit y Ftendnm s hfrocs earned in dying, Anil the flower of nraisois sweet On their craves. Pome nslrop hetientll the willows, Pome, ar-ln ii where valor slew them. Poft from lips that kissed their pillows, pott frein t vis that never knew tlrotn litop the I enisons that greet Fallen hrnves. Far fpim dear domestic pleas'ire, Fireside siei.es and i-hiMre:i's pra'tle, Free they ) ent their litai trea.irii In the wii'tii t! niiireh ami !:rt.a, lollowiM! their Hat? of fame Where it Hew, Till new hopes In...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

TJT. Wnilamimn. Eiistls. fla.. My: "The wattle of Rradyemttne yon sent me was p;1ven Mirw IsvUc who were siifTerlii from hciutitche. Ttny mid the effect was tnataiitAiiexvisaml very satisfactory." .All dnisvi-ls, n:ty ornt. Turtles have winp: ami if we mny Jm!r from the trii-e of ostrich feathers, winp livc ri:ht. n t. THAT TIRED FEELING Prevail with it mort nrrvrttinii nr.,. illwnnr Actlngr effect In paring und early mimmcr, whet t today pmw warmer nnd the toning rftc1 of the cnld air In gnnp. HwT. Xnririlla perdily overtonM "Hint tired fee1lnt" wheth wowwrt by t-bntitrcof tlim:t1t, twAMin tr life by overwork or Uinr, nnd imiiarti n fetliKof trenglb, comfort nnd aelf-tu'iriet.re. IH tine ft Trouble, I fanvo Iwn 1 mu Med with kidney dlffirult t ffnrieveral year. It hnd H-Mime-l rfn ftWrinlriK condition. 1 ct.ii.nn-r.tcd tl.e uk if Mt.-lVSnr-unpnrilla, nnd hint-hurt tin: en c-bntif fi.rtt.e, better came thnt memcd ulmrf lnrndiM I would recommend lbmd'fl HanwpnrHa to nil that are MifT...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 May 1892

AN ATHLETE TALKS. 6ENSIBLE ADVICE FROM THE LIP8 OF A PERFECTLY MADE MAN. Bow a erfoctly Muilo Man In Conatt-tntwI-'IVhy tt I Tfmt filrln Are Often Mora Jlenlthjr In Appearance Than Their Urntfinra How tn ll llenllhjr. Shu hail hcwi to church. As rthe (mlkml homo Bhe looked np nnil ea-w Muhlonn. Frnm the very beginning women hnve liked hitf mnn men who nro physically Wg mill when they hy nonio accident do enro fur littlo men it's ten to ono the Drains are big. To every womnn, nnd wonmn U nt .henrt on nncivilized crea ture, there In a certuln jilenstire in the knowledge) tluvt a mini can, if ho wanM to, kill yon with a Wow. Tho woman who lnw not bad thin neiiMiition in tho one who him cultivated tho original weman out of her;lf and is briny search ing for fresh emotions. Consequently Hercules is to a woman more benntiful than Adonis, and if she admires a man who mentally U strong, a thousand times more does nho euro for the man who can if ho will govern hy physical strength and become...

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

- i HKYNOIiDSVIIJiK, I'KNN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1U92. NM1HKU 4. mniK 1. i V. L . 4- ) .1 itlterrtltntri'tie. 1 MITl'HKUi. S ATToltNKY-AT-LAW. IHIlic nil Wt'l Mlllll ullt'l'l. iiiMHlll tin' Ciimmi'tvliil lliiti'l. U-.vmlil-.vlllf. I'll. jyt. II. K. ll( M)VKIt. KKYNULUSVIU.K, I'A. Itinlili'iit ili-ntM. Iii linlliMiiif war MmIhi iltl I'lintvlt. iiiiitusltl Arimlil hlm'k. Ili'lilli" IH'1. III llM'llltllll. Oolrle. jotISiTmiT HEYNOUWVIM.K. 1. h'HAXKJ. lU.M'K, 'n.n . Till- ll'llillnit liutrlof t ! limn. 1li'llillllll-li-in for roiiiim-i'i'liil im'ii. flonm licnl. flit 'luw. In t ti itmniM niwl i-liM-tK mi Mi'i y llimr, Mllllllill' mollis, lilllllllil I "Ml. l('li'illilll' rim IHH'I lull. Al'. j()Ti:i. iiki.nai'. II EYNol. lis VILLI''.. I'A. 11 H K X t- ( XS : It. I 'iiii rt. tr. rirxt i'Iii-u III I'vcry piirllrtiliir. loi'iili'il In lln- vt'iy iviiiri nr ! Inilni'! pini nf limn. -'l'l'l' 'llll III llllll rilMII Itlllll (Hill rtllllllHIlllllll' Mltlipli' limni fnrriilllliirlvllil HhvcIi-...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 June 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS nOM MAHT POINTS. Important If ewe Items BeoelTed M We Go to Plitt. ( rime and Peanltlea. At Atlanta. Ga., a drunken row among aborert it the water wurki resulted In the (booting of three men. J. W. Avlrett, editor of the Cumberland, Md., Time, was sentenced to BO days In )nll and a One of f 100 for libeling Judge Hoffman. At Pan Francisco Abe Jones) was sen tenced to 20 yearn' Imprisonment by Vnited Plates District Judge Morrow for the rob beries of the Redding Mage on the night of October 18 and 2t last- Patrick Fitr.patrlck was hanged In the Jail at Pittsburg, l'a., on Tuesday fur the murder of Samuel Early. The hanging was the flirt In that county for the past eight years and the first in the new jail. The crime which lead to the execution of Flt Patrick was committed on the night of September2, lfttl. Jle was la the bar-room of a saloon. Fltzpatrlck had been In the sa loon for erhaps an hour before the mur dered man. Samuel Knrly. jjme In. Fifteen minutes ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 June 1892

SOLDIERS' COLUMN. AT BRANDT STATION. Another Aoroant of th Bl Cavalry Bat tie of October 11, 1883. I remember that day as well as II it bud happened last week. I was a member of Co. O. 9th N. Y. Car., Brtcond Hrlgade Buford's Division Fur three or four weeks previous to the above da to we ' w"lVwcr8 -n camp In ' r. ' !. I . .1 1 one tnilo east of 1 tuvcnihiipn '- 'ii-jj'"! until the morn- rf" 1 n f nf Ortnlier It) -""'ii.wliHr. we loft there ml marched through the woods ovet what Wat. called S in 1 Spring Ridgo to Oernunna Ford.whcro we crossed to the south side of the Kapldan, than turned to the right and m u'io 1 up the river to within about two miles of Raccoon Ford, where we bivouacked for the night unaware of any danger. We had a good night's rest alter an all day's march. The next morning, October 11, the boys oft'o. O. had a good army breakfast of frosh mutton from the sheep thi't Scrg't Linsey ami I brought Into camp the evening before; but he' fore wo cou.d get time to wash...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 June 1892

JEfrg -fr Star- Nitbtcrtptitm $1.60' ptr ifnr, in tiiirnnrr. An lndiwtidtnt local paprr, piihlNhi'd i-vcry Wcdnr-wlay nt Itrynoldsvllh. ,fITiroii Co., In.. rii'votcd to the IntiTrntii of Hrynohhivlllo ndJi'ffppiMmcounly. Non-pollf leal, will tnat all with fiilrnp-sc, nnd will hft'M'('hilly frh'iid ly toward th laborlm rliisx. Pulurltlou prli'tfl.Wwr yvnr. In iitlvnnep. I'onimiinli'iitliiim Inli'mliif for piihlli'iillon must Imi NCompaiihd by tit wrllir'n itnnit', not for niiliHi'ntlon, but im n Kiluriitit vf of Rood fill tlii IntiTPitlnK niiH ltinm aolli'lti'd. Atv'i tltti j riitim niadi known on applica tion lit theofflrw In Arnold' HhM'k, l,nirhty omiminli'iitloni mill chimin of a(lvi'itleinntn xhonlil rciirh 1hl oftVi by Moniluy noon. A(lilriHt nil I'ommmili'utloiM to C A. 8lph mihoii, HtvnolflHVlll, I'll. (I. A. MTKPHKNHO!l, Rdllor anil Pnb. WEDNESDAY. JUNK 1. 12. fox tntt $ciilor. jj'OR STATE SENATE! J. O. MITCHELL. OF PF.RKY TOWNSHIP, Hubjri't to the nrtlon of tin Hrpublli'an!...

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

) i J 1 8nberiptim $l.HO per year, in adntnee. C. A, NTP.PIIKKIMI, I'.dltor mid Pnb. traveler' OTult. 1 Denver trains arrive nt the Reynolds- villain Ion im follow: if EuiUrar1. I Hrflftrwril. Train . - - . l. m. Train , - T. . m. Trln I, - 1.(1) p. m. Trnln t, 142 p.m. Train It. - a.iw p. ni. Train in, . - K.iw p, m. kkvnommivii.i.k rosT-orncic. Mall arrive and leave tlio post-ofncr as follows: m'ir. nun tn wrr. 1.1A p. m. - i. no p. rn lkpmi. rim thk hast. 8.10 n. m. - . 12.) p. ni. ron Tim WK.ST. T.OOs. m. FllOV THK FAST. I.CK) p. m. ".no n. m, - - l.m p. m. Arrives from Rathmcl mid I'rrsoottvllle 11.30 it m. Arrives fmm Panic Tucdnys, Thursdays and Saturday lit 2.W p. m. Depart for Present! ville, Itiitlimi'l, Panic 11.00 n. m. OnW hour .imn. ni. InKA) p. m. I Money order cilice open from T.OOii.ni. In 7.30 p. ni. Kctflslcr office omii from i.OD a. til. to H.iO ii. m. llollihiv from 7.00 lo s.no n. m. nnd from I2.no to . p. m. Office mien Sunday fmm nm n. m. to tn.nn n. m. .1. W...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 June 1892

TYhm Daylight Die. Vbm daylight dlei how ead the aummef ' lew, tthea aaumoira falil the fields' most lovely I And datkneas Tel It the arching skies, And di.r no longer night defies, Hntah4wa her saldenel eyes to you. When tttrt tre dlatant and tbclr rayi are few, Worst light teems ever to have wild a J leu. i Toe bluebird now no longer flies, ' When daylight die. Bnt Bve in hope, faint heart, nor woo Dark Letbc'e (Cream, but kiss the dew And feel that tho' the daylight dies Bnyor.d are atill the lummer aklea And other cays will dawn (or you When daylight die. litrnard Emery, In Terpsh-hnre. THAT OAT. iy John p. joLAXi):;it. "That cat Is what koepi them part," wis tho general verdict. Everybody know everybody's bus!. sseet on Magnolia Creek, and it wus sto secret that Junto Brownlow and Mark Peters had fallen out about the Utter cat, just as tho were about to get married. The Drown low and Paters home steads were adjoining, a brush fence only separating thetn. The houses primitive lo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 June 1892

kata stria. r .. It to said that people In' the West are so accustomed to adulterated ma ple sugar that they will reject the s-enulnc article with disdain if they happen to come aero It. A Western firm that manufacture an Imitation article endeavor to (rive It somet hing; of the genuine flavor by tolling a piece of maple wood In It Borne sci entists, however, say that the peculiar flavor of maple sugar i due to the presence of Impurities in the sap, and that If these Impurities could be eliminated the sugar would tsste ex actly like pure loaf sugar. Thus gradually Is science taking all the old time flavor out of life. Pretty loon it will be giving u an Improved buckwheat flour, with no more taste than a piece of chalk. Australian shrubbery With the exception of a living car pet of delicate maidenhair, which attain a height of from five to lx feet, and of ropes of creeper ferni which swing from tree to tree like fairies In the cantlc of a giant, the forest of Autnla is altogether bar...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 June 1892

THE MAN IN THK CAN. ! t ' .-.J '. ' f A VIEW AT CLOSE RANGE OF THE MEN WHO GUIDE TRAINS. lh.. Cab What It Man llir Ainarl run Knglnarr, ttintiirti II In ftiigllnh Itrolhfr Hliirii In .t.li 0inn Air Tim WliUtln anil IK laiUvliliinllty. Tim avurngn Amrrii-nn rtffini'ir mill Id llreinnn would think tlirinwlvea very til tiwil If Rti orilcr wwe Irhiii'iI for tli nlxilislniiont of the ralm thnt frlciully rerrent from ItirltMiirut went hrr Unit la now coimlilcred an iihmiluto nwcwfty on all I'liKiupa. Anil )Tt 111 .civilized Kntf lunJ, on a majority of Oiairiiilronilx, tlm rnjrinoa in Unit are built miiim tint rub, thin furring the operator to work with out tdirlter in nil kinilfi of wr-iilhrr. It aoumla iulinniiiii, ami yet in refutation the rnilroml tomniinioe ink whether tin1 aohlier should i nrry nn mnlirellit when it rnlim or the nailor lie Hlluweil to work under an awning? The rlnim it that the railroad employee liernine inured to ae vcxe wonther bihI the nlmeiiee nf cover ing keep t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 June 1892

lie. VOLUME 1. HKYNOMWVIMiK, I'KNN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE fl, 1892. NUMBER 5. J-tllrrllitf Q MITCHELL, ATTOUN KY-AT-LA W. Offlrn nil WN Mnln Bln-fl, opposite Iho ( nmnifn-liil llolrl, Ui-yiiolilvlH-. I'm. jyi. . K. hoover, . REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Ht-nMi-nt ilintlt. In IniMillnit iii-nr Mi'tlio illst rhun-h, opposite Arnold Plis-k. Ilmtlo nis In oMrnuntf. JJOTKL Mi BUNNELL, REYNOLIWV1LLE, PA. FHAXKJ. It LACK, Prtyrirtor. The li-ndliiK hotel iif llii town. If eaihimr trr fur I'otnim'it-liit men. Hiram lifiil, frva 'Ims, Imth nsmis mid Howl on every lliwir, sample rooms, tllllarl room, telephone inn neetlons, At. JJOTEL HKLNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GHEISN&VXSEIt, rnyrhtm. First rlnss In every partleular. lora1el In the very ri'iiln of the business part f town. Kn 'hns lo Hiid fnmi trains nnd commodious sample moms for commercial travelers. MERK'AN HOTEL, UROOKVILLE, PA. JiUFFIXGTOXti I.OXG, V. nmnlhustoancl from nil trnlns. Ivm-opcim rcstiiurtint. House heated mid HkIiIciI liy ifiiM. Hut n...

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

WHIRLPOOL OF DEATH TITUSVILLli AND OIL CITY DEVASTATED 13y Wuter, Hunting Oil and Fcarl'iil (5n?op. CLOUD-BURST AT HEAD OP OIL CREEK. Hundred! Pariah, and Many Hundred More Missing. On. f'iTT, Pa., .Tun rt. Thr most appal ling disaster In the history nf this unfortu nate city fell upon it Sunday like a tlmndcr bolt, resulting in (lie destruction of life and 'rTrty, which. a yt, can only be ap proximated, sogrcnt biiiI widespread ha been the ruin. At 11:.'(0 o'clock Sunday morning a large Troporlion of the population tru enjoying the beautiful Sunday morning along the banks and bridge of the Allegheny river and Oil Creek, which empties Into thnt Stream. The cause of thin unusual out pouring rf the imputation w as n curiosity to ree the rapid lire in both the creek itti.l tlie river. Word had reached here f nrlv In the morn ing that a heavy cloud hurst had occurred St Spartnnshnrg, above Titusvilie, and that preat flood, weeping ilown upon that city, bed drowned many, Put few details ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 June 1892

LAND OF THE MALAY. Alt lNTKnK-mNO BUT LttTLti KNOWN IIKUION. Singapore and Its Surroundings Pp. rullitrUles of tho Natives unit others Man Fatlnir Tlitcr l-'ouml In Abundance. O the ordinary trnv eler the Malay nrchl- fielago I perhaps the past known parts of the globe. Few tour, ists go to explore it, though it extendi for I moro than 4000 miles ' from rait to west. a.'v . . . . ...... una is nnmii urn in breadth from north to south. It In situated between Asia and Australia, and consists of a number of forge and tmnll Islands located almost on the equator. Throe of these islands are larger thnn Great Dritain, and ono of them Horneo is laruer thnn the whole of tho Uritisli Isles put togcthor. This region enjoys a climate more uniform and hotter "thnn any other part of the globe, and nil k inds of tropical fruits and flowers are found in it. It also teems with animal life, including the inan-ent-ing tiger, elephant, ounng-outanif, otc. It is inhabited by an interostinir. race of man...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 June 1892

fcftc Star. Unlmcriftlion tl.HO rr ymr, in mlvtinrr. An Independent IimmiI nil per, published every Wednesday lit Hevnoldsvllle, .Ii-irt-rwiii Co., P.. devoted 10 lln IiiIitpsI nf Kcynolihvllli' ml .li'ircrsoiicounlv. Ni n-wil 1 1 l nl, will treat nil with fullness, nntl will Is' especially friend ly Inwards the lulsirlntt class. Stilworlptloit price I.W per srenr.lii nilvniu'i'. I'oniimiiilmllon intcndi'il for inililli'iillon must In iircompiiiili'd by I h writer's lis me, nut fur ptthlli'iillon, lull 111 n hiiiiimmI'I' of HimmI fullli. lnterestlnir news Items solicited. Ailri'Mlihitf rates made known on applied lion nt tin-olllri' In Arnolds' HIiK'k. Leturlity I'ointiiunlciitloiis nnil chairxe of wIvi'Mlit'ini'iiln should ivhi'Ii this nlllcc ly Monday noon Address nil communications to ( A. Htcph enson, Hcytioldsvlllc. I'll. !. A. OTHI'IIKimHI, K.illlor anil I'lili. WKDNKHDA Y. .IL'NK S. 12. Tlio mlllU'ul pot Imilulli, tho mlill clans Rfo nlnimil In tho html, Ilio ifl-mni'lc-s Orn...

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

mt it Stan Subscription tt.,10 jtrr yrar, in advance. o. A. f4TmHKW?lO Keillor mid Pull. I ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1W2. S . Pniwninr triiln nrrlvn nt. tlio KcynohlH vllle Mt ill Inn hn follown: Kanliranl. Wmhrard. Trnln 0, - .M n. m. Train (I, -' 7.OT n. m. Tniln 1, - 1.(01 p. m. Train 2. - - 1.42 p.m. Train .1, - - (l,;Vi p. m. Tniln in. - .! p. ni . HKYiXll.PKVIt.l.K IDOT-OrriCK. Mull nrrlvp nnd lenvn tin poM-omVe nn follows: A rrire. I lhpaii. moM THK WF.ST. M1B Till! BAST. I. ISp. m. - 7.oop. m. (l.lfl n. m. - - I2 :p. m. IHIIM THR KAST. Foil THK WKST. 7.00 ii. m. - -2.nn pjn.oo ii. m. - - p. m. Arrive from Kullimcl find Prvsrotl villi' II. ni n ni. Arrive finm I'linli Turmliiv, Tlnirilnv nml Siitnriliiv lit '!.' p. ni. liepiiri for rn'rottvMli Itutlinicl, Punic 8.(i p. m. ortVc lionr T.onn. m. to s on p. ni. Money onlcr omVe ojM'ii finm 7.0(1 n.ni. to 7. mi p. ni. iiritcr ofllec oimmi from 7.(10 n. ni. to .(! p. ni. I.ciriil llolldnv finm 7.00 to s.no n. m. nnd from 12.00 to H.iii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 June 1892

if 0 Moon, Don't Tell. O monn, did you set Jly lover ami me In tbo vnllry he n rath tlio syesmoro tr:cr Whatever bf fell, O moon! don't Irll: Tws iioiIiIiik amiss, you know very well. O moon 1 you know, Long years sro, You Irfl the ky and descended below. Of a tiinmrr night, Hy your own sweet light You met your Kmly mloii on fatmoi height, And tlicr. , U uioon! You give him a boon You wouldn't. I'm iiro,!me granted at noon. Twas nothing ami", Itoing only the Llixs Of giving nnd taking an Innocent kin. Homo churlMi lout Who wan spying about V cut on" and babbled, and 90 It git out Hur for all the gold The si-.i would bold, O moon! I wouldn't have gono and told. flo, moon, don t tell Whatever Me 1 My lover ami me In the leafy do!I. Ho Is honent and true, And remember, too, He only behaved like your lover and you. THE KAROO BOKADAMS. UY W. A. ITUTIS. A bronzed young missionary latoly returned from Sinm told Iho following lory : I was a member of tho boot ciew while nt colli'go ami when...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 June 1892

HIGn-'kft MARK TABLET DEDICATED AT GETTYSBTJRO. PA- A Msmorlal toth Brav Mf WhoMet There In Mortal Combat. At Gettysburg, l'a., mirYr a clnnldlcs sky rind in the presence (if thousands or srxetntors, the "liiph tvnter-mnrk'' tnh'rt Bt the "copse of tree" w:i ileilieateil on Thurs day. The exercises were in keeping with the character of tlie memorial whose conse cration services they were. Col. J. H. ltiitihcMer, government histnr Inn of the field ami the originator of the jirese. t occasion, then briefly pictnrril the result of tlie first and second day fifiht, and in describing the battle of the third dny told about the " -t'ope of Trees' why called the 'Hiph-water Mark. " Mr. Pwope of Gettys bnrg preeiited the tablet to the llattlefield Memorial nsso.iution. At the close a gun boomed, a bugle sounded and the l!np fell from the table!. The crowd cheerel and then John M. Vnnderslioc, on behalf of the iicmorial association, accepted the monu ment. Ex-Oovernor Heaver delivered the orn...

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

TONS OF FISH BAIT. CATCHING MENHADEN OFF THE COAST OF NEW ENGLAND. H SrhooL of finh Ar Punned, Cap tured aad Btnwed Aboard An Accom modating Member of th. Pinny Trlba Which Can He X trA In Many War. Pitching his voire high the lookont nt the masthead of the menhaden itenmer shouts out gleefully) "A school! A chooir and Immediately all is bustle gad excitement on board. "A this is new experience to you, air, yon shall hare a seat with me in my boat." "Thank yon, captain; 1 am only too eager to see the fun." The crews now take their places in the seine boats, while two of the party, known as drivers, go out in advance in little thirteen foot boats to learn the direction in which the school is moving, ad to mark out its size. The jolly cap tain a true type of the traditional Cape Odder, sqnare built, sturdy, genial, his face bronsed by years of exposure to Sunshine and sea breeees and very intel ligent withal takes his place at the in side bow oar in one of the seine boats, and the mat...

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