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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 November 1892

Miifmrriifiiiii tt.to prr iriir, n intriiiiif. '. A. TI':rill'.1Mt1, l-;lli.ir nntl fiib. WEDNESDAY. NOVKMIIKtt Hi, W2, (FrnvrUv' (Dullif. Pnssi'iurrr triilns nrrlve nl Hie Mi'.?iinliM- vIIIk Htm lull n fnlliiwsi rVimftrnrif. HVufwiirif. Train, - H.VJa m.lTraln B, - - 7. n. in. Train I, - - I i. in. TmiIii 2,- - I I'! p. m. Train a. - n.m p, ni.Triilii Hi, - - M ini p. m. nrrsoi.nsvii.i.r. nKr-or-ricn. Mull nrt-lvp nnil mid li'iivp thf pot-oftli'in fllllllWHI Arrirr. Ihfxirl. moM tmk wr.T. rim rnr. kaht. 1.1(1 p. m. - - T.w p. m.lfl.tfin. in. - - I3.:mp. m. nnm nir fast, run thk wkht. T.f" n. in. - - t m p. m.MW a, in. - I. in p, m. Arrive fmni Hiitlinii'l mill Prrn'iittvllli' llmia. m. Arrive friini I'linli Tuesdays, Tlniiiliiys mifl HhIiimIiivh til 'i i P- in. licpiirlM for rri'sciiltvllle, Itiitlimii, Panic il.lHI p. in. nnVo linurs T.f n. m. Iii.(i p. m. Minify ni-iliT nltlri nM'ii fi-nin 7.no ii. in. In 7.:mii. ni. KctflsttT iiMec nis'ii ritmi 7.iki ii. iii. In h.iki p. m. l,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. — 16 November 1892

Tlio flnniing population of Now Vora city, according to an accurate estimate, U 4)0,0U0. Tlioro 1110 moro limn twenty boys titular eighteen yenrs of nge In tlto Hi ti inli in in y who have won I ho Vic (ui In cross f r bravery. A nil example of thn amount of gold In tho world, tho mines of Uovt Zeiiluud lmvo alone produced f2.')0, 000,000 worth of tlio precious itiotnl. Maine Inn n forelgu-horn popnhi lion of 78,001 nml n colored poptila lion of lfriU. Of it tot ui population 0:12,690 tiro iimtc nml il'.'V9'' bio fo maluK. The extent of tho iiiiinlgnilion of t'nnnilliiin into tlio I'nliril State it indicated by tho fact Unit in Now I'.nglnud iilono thero ore 'i'') French Ciinnilinii societies, with a membership of 40,000. Al llto present limo nbont 100 out of every 1000 men In tho I'mled Stale who lmvo reached tho nge of thirty yeno mo unniiirricil, and tho Rrnoklyii Cnlpn think Hint the pro portion of tho mimurrlcit Is still In creasing. Tho peiscvernnco which compter all things, o...

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 November 1892

A WlM Precaution. A Southern druggist had lovontod k contrivance to prevent sorl Bus mistakes In filling prescrip tions. His Invention is a bottle, lust like others, except in one particular. It lias a glass stopper covered with Innumerable slinrp points that sensibly prick the hand It one is not careful In removing It from the bottle. All poisonous and dan ferotis drugs are kept In bottles like this. The peculiar contrivance will make the druggist careful, no matter bow great his hurry, and If he Is made to be cautious In handling bottles he will make no mistake In filling pre- ar.rlntioti. German physicians class cholera as 01th disease. They contend that In communities where premises are kept clean and sweet, and only pure food and water are taken into the I ITStem. the nennle 1iv llttlo ir tin H cause tu fear the disease Many very good-looking people are Iclormed on the inside. now' Ttii ? Woffr Oti Hundred Dollar rtwnrrt fnt any rnKv iif rmnrrh that ckuuuI b cured bf UkiUK Hall...

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 November 1892

A COLORED- BOY CHOIR. A Vary Melodious One In Hnrpliceii nt Ml riilllp'n Church. New York buaats of the largest nr pliced colored boy choir in the United States, nml, so far as. in known, in the world. Such choirs nre flot numerous, nd are to he found nnljr in largo cities. There are two in New York one belong, lng to n Reman Cntlinlic mid the other to a TrotestBiit Eilcotial chnrch. "fhe latter is the one here meant, nnd ns the music of the f.piwoial is so ilifTerent from that of the Human Catholic church no coiiijmrison lietween the two can bo drawn. Kt. I'hiliji's chnrch in West Twenty fifth street, between W.ith nnd Nevetith avenues, is one of the oldest colored congregations In America. The present building is an ordinary affair of brick and was once used by Methodists. Up to a few months ngo the music, at St. Philip's was furnished by an ordinary mixed choir of colored singers. Home months before Easter it was decided to change to a hoy choir, such as are to lie found In Trini...

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 November 1892

VOLUMK 1. UEYXOLDSVILLE, I'KXN'A., WEDNESDAY NOVEMUEU 23, 1892. NUMBER 2'J. ts. iiUerrllitttrotte. c, MITCHELL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office on WmI Slnln street, opposite tlic Commercial Hotel, lfyinillvllli-, I'u. jyi. . eThoov ei ti RE Y NOLDH V I LLE, PA. Hesldent dcntM. In hnllillnir nenr Metlnv. illKt church, opposite Arnolil block. J-m ! IIOIM III IMK'tlltlllll. flotcl.. JJOTEL McCONNKLL. REYNOLDSVILLE. l'A. FHAXKJ. JtLACK, 1'rnprutnr. The lenitln hotel of tlip town, llrmlinuir tcrs for romtnerrlul men. Htcnm heat, free him, Imth rooms nnil closets on every floor, sample rooms, lilllliml room, telephone inn nectlons, Ac. jjotel delnap, reynoldsville, pa. GltEEXd- OOA'.S'A'ff, JVijiriVfors. First rlnss In every pnrt Ifiilnr. 1.oriitcrt In the very centre of 11m liusliiewipiirt of town, tree 'bus to unci from trains mill commodious sample rooniH for coniinrrcliil travelers. MERICAN HOTEL, BROOKVILLE, PA. Jl UFFIXdTOX it LOXG, P )'. Omnibus to niid fram nil train. European restHiiriin...

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 November 1892

A GREAT AQUEDUCT. LIVF.IlFOOtVa BI'PI'IjV Of WA IKItCAlllltKD A LONG WAY. ton Million Dnllara fcxjienrlcfl In Ita Const motion A Iiakw elver 1'onranrl an Annertnc Rlx-ty-olght MIIcm Long. oconniNQ to the Chicago Herald Liv. erpnol to-day stand foremost among the cities of thu world in the extent unci completeness of iti water supply. When I the Duke of Con- J nmiorit messed It aiTffc srjSHybutton recently In tV tbM ci,? IU'J caused JLtl2l!l.;v fountain to play in one of the public parks he markid thu partial completion of one of the grandest schemes ever de vised fur hrinuing an abundance ol pure water to a community. No matter how cxtensivi an epidemic of contagious diseases may become, tlte citizens enn ho certain that their drinking water is be yond the leach of contamination from tew n lie or other deleterious elements. The mpid growth of Iiverpool in pnpuiatinn and trade made it, necessary one of the Illustration. I' the enn structioa of the viaduct many obstacle Tnc swixjnixo ...

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 November 1892

THANKSOIVINO DA Yt With gTtrnlliirt let all thanVs, All lands, all stations, and all ranks! 'And the cry comes op along tha way, For what ataall w gv thank to-da; JVr peace and plenty, bny mill, The cattle on a thousand hills," For taming barns, wherein is itnraJ The golden craln, a precious hoar J Uiva thanks! For crchardt bearing rosy fruit, For yielding pod and toothsome root, And all that God declare! was goo J In bill or dale, or Seld or woodi I lle thanks! For water (right an 1 sweoot and ole.ir, A million fountains far an 1 near, For gracious streamlets, lakes, anirilli That flow from everlasting hill,: . Give thanks! For sammer dews an 1 tlm ly fro't The sun's bright beam, not ona ray loit. For willing h-intls to sow the sed And reap the harvest, Croat iaile9.lt (iive thanks! For hearth and home love's altar tiros For loviog children, thotightfut sires; For ten ler mothers, gontle wire. Who fill onr hearts an I bless our livasi Oive thanks? For hearen'a care, life's Journey ...

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 November 1892

Ifulwriptiim $1.50 )rr irnr, in atlraiicr. An InilrnennVnt liieal paper, pulilUhnlevery Weilne-wluy at lt.vimliiHvlllti, .TetTiMnn Co. I'll.. devilled to tin1 Interest of HeynolfNvlllp nnil .IcnVrmmrniinty. Nnn-polltlrnl, will treat nil with falrm. ami will lweneelally frlenil ly toward tin IntmrliiK elans. Hulmerlptlnn prlrpfl.AOperyear.ln ailvnnee. t'onimunlrntlonH liitenitfn for pittilleiitlim nni-t lie areonipnnleil hy tlto writer' mime, not for pulilli'iitlon, lint nn fl guarantee nf good faith. TntervMlIng new Item mtlli'ltnil. Advert Wlnjx rutin ntmln known mi appllen tlon nt fheottVe In ArnoliU' llloek. I.entrttty communication nnil rhitngo of nflveril.tementa alioultl reach thin otHco hy Momliiv iiiHin. Aililrew nil eommttnleatlnnii to (). A. Rtcpli tiHon. Hevnol'lnvllle. l'a. Entered Ht the pottolHi'f nt lleynnlilNVllle, Pa., AM MH'onil elaw mull matter. V. A. ATKPIIKMftO, Kdtlor and Pub. WEDN'KsnAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1!12. It Is xnlil that tho total cost to tho dtnlo for elect...

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 November 1892

) &ftc it Star. tiubarriptinn tl.nO per yettr, in mlruurr. V. A. STI'.I'IIHSISON, Udltor mill Flib. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2.1. 1WI2. I'liHrn-iiffcr train arrive nt tin. HcyniililH- vllln Million lis follow: AWtrnrff. HVaftivinf. TrBln9, - - D.A2 it tn.lTrnln 0, - ?.. m. Triiln I, - I.K p. ni. Trnl ii 3, - 1.4'! p. m. Train. - B.ivi p. m,Triiln 10, - -P.wp.m, nrvHoi.iisvii.t.ii piwT-ttrrit:. Mull arrive tintl anil leave (ho post-ofnVo as follows! Arriiv. Deport. rmiM TnK wkkt. ron Tim rAT, MS p. m. - 7. p. m.iM0n. m. IS.imp. in. FORM TIIK KAHT. roll Tim WKHT. f.on it. 111. - - ami p. ni.r.f n. ni. - - l, lit p. m . Arrive from Hiillimi-I itnil I'reicoHvlHii Il ium, ni. Arrive fnim I'nnli- Tue'diiy. Tliiirdnys ntiil Hiiliirdiiy nl 2.l p. ni. Ht-pnrtH for I'itwoIIvIIIi", Kiitlinii'l, Panic H.niip. m. onVn lioiir7.onn. m. tos.nnp. m. Money onlt-r oilier omii from 7-frt . ni. to 7.:mp. m. Ki'KlxtiT office opi'ii from ".(ln. ni. to K.cwi p. m. Legal llolldsv from 7.W toS.no n. m. mill 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. — 23 November 1892

GREAT HOMESTEAD STRIKE 1 FINALLY DECLARED Off Bv the Am.lamted Aiaoclatlon, sTvent Lsaftltm Up toThl Ultimatum. History of th Stria. Tli wnrldftimniu IIiiiiioImiI trik l tirnftti'Hlty nt tin end. It begun .lime J'.imd hu been alti'iided with the ti n.ri)iii frit tun of Mi'timl ftnrfiir. H hn cnt (brnrple Hlecl 'ttiniti v. limited, nlmiwt million dollar In securing and curing for a mltlrient number of iinii-unlnn men In mutt the lanl. It hu nearly lnixiviT!lir.l the IVmtigh of llomcxlcail mill hn brought liundred nf mrlkrrii inl their (nnillii In n cutiditlnti verging nn stiirviitliin.hut 11 Ik now txnit ended, ns lenst so fur a Ihe iiici htmlc mill laborer urn concerned. The scramble for issll on, which wn iiiiiuguriiliil '! htiTdny morning hy the Htm nnd Muvx, ia roiillinii'il without cessation from un hour before dnvhrcnk Irhliiy mnriiliu: until 4 o'cb k in tin' nftrrniHin, t p lo thnl lime about l.ono men, cmmling Ihe :iun . ho lienilfd 'Hiursihi"' break. Iiuil iiilietl for work....

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 November 1892

PENNSYLVANIA PICKINGS. 08 IMPOmTANt HAFPENIKO'I Of Intnrsal la Dwllsrela) tk )ttS. WATCH Kl) THE IIOY bTllN. th twrci. ntttTii nr eiuirnmi vnttrii wit nwoii by n tbhip, nun in i ntsiiaii WITH I l slill ir. A Imnip, plvliui Ilia mttne an Anthony Hiinloti nr titilnti, took shelter In nntall nhnnty hont on the bank of the Tun creek, near thn llnrT:tlti, It'ichesler and I'ltlnlmru: Itnllaiind ahoin. Itrailfiinl, used br thenmtill boys In ihp iiclKhliiirhood as n lnr house. A number nf buys were ilnvlnit around nml requested tlii" trump In get out. Thin en tuned the trump, who stencil a p ill nf crude oil anil threw il nn .lull n l.ivwtt. need It II la alleged Hull In- Hum set Ili tolhe hoy's clothe. Another alnry In Ilint the nil tval Irtnlfpil li v I lie II n- In tin- shanty nlovp. Al nil pvpiiIs llaulnn turnip no eflnrl to exiln Htilli III" Miiiui.n, but calmly nnw the pom little Inil Inn n licfnm III ere Its then started up Hip mIImihI I rack hut was rauuli' by nnmr rai'niiid men mid...

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 November 1892

V. 1 Aft-alnni (lamhllnft. Antlrlce crusntlers lisve resorted to mnnjr xtnrtliiiR exieillotits to nrmiKO nml hoM rmlillc attention, lmt Hie tinliiio, if not the most jmictifKl, movement to xenril the suppression of vloo (tliis time that of RiunMinn) mntle its niHMirnnc In this city on Frfilny. Tlipn ft car lienriiin on its Mile the Ifi? Flirt, "Johnriiilipyiiiiin'n AtilluuiiililiiiK I'rnsmile," drew into tho West riiilnrtc' )hii ynnls of the Peiwsylviiiiiii rnilrontl mul win fsltif ti1 r1o?-e In the fit 1:ht Hu tinn nt Thtrtii'th mul Market streets, where itstiiwls in full view of iKisserMliy. John Philip IJuiiiii, lis will lie remem bered liy tunny. is ft muliler who was converted in prison iilxmt live yrntniio, nnd lms since been devotion hie lifo iih n lecturer to thi! suppression of the vice of which he ww for over twenty-live years a victim. Mr. (jnitin curries nrotind w ith him In the enr n complete otillltof nnmllcrs' Implements over Klxty in all. One of those he w ill explai...

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 November 1892

KEYNOLDSVlliLK, PKNN'A., WEDXKSDAY iXOVEMHEH :MI, 1.I2. NUMBER 30. VOLUME 1. V iHtecrllrtiicoue. Q MITCH KLL, ATTOKX E Y-AT-LA W. Otlll'C 1111 West Mlllll BtMH't, OpIMMltO ill!1 t'tminirri-liil Hotel, KeynnM VUIP, I'll. l) U. n. E. IIOOVKK. REYNOLDSVIM.E.l'A. Hi'sMent UVtillst. In liiilldlim iH'nr Mi-tlio-dlst chun-h, opposite Arnold Mock, (it-title-ni'its In opi-uitluii. J JOT E L M( XX) N N E LL, KEYNOLDSVILLK. FA. FliAXKJ. Hl.ACK, l'mi-ilnr. The li'iicllio hotel of tlie town. Hi-iidiimr-tei for i-iminii-tvlnl nii'n. flciun heat, free linn, hntli rooms mill elim-tit on every floor, unnipli' rooms, lilllliird room, telephone con nections, &e. JJOTEL HELNAF, UEYNOLDSVILLE, FA. (1REEX& (XtXSElt, J'wjinVforn. First elnss In every pnrtlrtilnr. T.ocnteri In the very ri'iitri of tlie luislness purl of town. Free 'bus to timl from trains ami eoiiiniodliHis HHmpli' rooms for I'ommrri'lnl Iruvelcrs. MKHICAN HOTEL, riUOOKViLLK, FA. M'FFIXUTOXA l.OXU, I'n.ii'H. Oninltnis lo Mini from ...

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 November 1892

TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Happenings The World Over. CLEANINGS OF INTEREST TERSE Lx TOLD, BOTH SOMEbTIO AMD FOREIGN. Ires At Ponn, 111., tlx Christian county poor house with nearly all lis contents was burn ed. Mrs. Warden Gardner om badly burn ed. The Inmates norrowly cscoped. The Grand Rapids, Mich., KoMinp Chair and Table Company's factory was burnpil. Loss) on stock, $;tO,00O; on building nJ equipment, t40,tKH); Insurance, $21,000. At Chicago, tb live tlory building occu pied by the lliidgepnrt Wood Finishing Company damaged $20,000. Two firemen were injured by a bnrrel of oil exploding. At riymoutli. Mass., the historical 1'iittn nun church. In the belfry nn a bell cast by I'aul Revere in 1WI. The low is lienvy, the organ alone being insured for $10,000. At MiirshficM, Wis.; Stuudt's lumber cnm was burned. l ive of the eight men wbo occupied the building were binned, and one, Andrew Mullenbach; is now dead, Charles David, of McMillan, cannot recover, anil two others oro burned so badl...

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 November 1892

MONTICKLLO. tVHtnE nscK i,ivi:i thomas JKHKltSO. t'ormrrlr a Prlncelr Plantation, It Is J'alllng Into IMcturesqne Decay Moating Place of the Author ol the "Declaration." FTEIt Slmint Ver nnn, the home and trmb of Washing ton, on the banks of )the Potnmai., Monti. cello, tho old family rent of Thomas Jef ferson, is perhaps the mint brum i fill spot of historieinterestin the 'V)t 818,0 of Vir-'lni- ' U " ia th3 Mrly lV' iu,nrn(,r time, ''10 J 9 a;r was fragrant with the perfume of wild flowers, the dew was rrcsli in the new mown hay, ihecp bells rang scroti tho slopes sweet as an ellin shimc, bees went murmuring through :he npplo blossoms, ,inr tho bridal wreath of a fair young day hung over tho purple hills, when the writer made lis pilgrimage, to thst classic retreat which was in former years the Mecca of :ha icholar and the statesman, the patriot and the roldter, tor there the entered by two graceful porticos, sap ported by slender dorlc pillars, and the building Is surmounted by a...

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 November 1892

Subscription tt.M prr year, in udmnee. An tnf1(H'ndiuit liirnl pnprr, publlthril (very Wi'dn"ly nt livnol(lsv(lh, Ji-flVrwnn Co. I'll., rti-voii'd to I he lnli'iiM of Hvynolilivlllo and .liirirwnrniiniy, Non-polltlrnl, will trrat All with ffilrni'M. nnrl will IWM'MptM'Inlly fiicwl ly tuwrmls t tit lahorinK rln-w. Hiitwrlprlon prlrifl.iW)MTy'nr,ln nrivnnrp. Cnimtninlrtittonft InliMidrn for nuhlli'Htlon mut bo mvnmpnnlrd bylhe wrftor'n nnmi nol for mihllentlon, hut it it gutimnli'r of good fiiltli. IntcnKlInu nnwit Iti'im Millrltcri. Advert llnir mtt mndt known on ttppllrn tlon nt lhool1li'i In ArnoldV Blix'k. 1,4'tiithty I'oinninnlrHtlonm nml rhnniro of ndvertlM'mont! nhonltl romh thU office by Alondny noon. Addri'HH rII fommtinlrntlonK to C, A. Ktrpli cnxon. Koynoldsvllli', I'n. Knlert'dT nt tin MVtofll(i nt ltcynoldftvlllo, Ph., kh NiM'ond rlns mntl tnmtt'r. C.,. ftTKlIIKHO, Fdltor and Pnb. WEDNKSDA Y, NOVEMBER .10, 1S02. Confrivwt iHinvonos on Monday, Do comber fth. It Is 'ttlmntd...

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 November 1892

fTfte Stay. Subscription $1.50 prr year, in ndvunvt. V, A. STI'.rilKNSOS, Kdltor and lnb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 181)2. Ptovdrr' Wtttl. Pampnirer tralnii nrrlva at the Reynoldn vllli) Mullen tin follows! Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 8.M n m.lTinln fl, - - 7.20 ft. m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train 2. -1.42 p.m. Trnln 3, - S.W p. m.Troln 10, - - O.iih p. m. BrTROI.PKVII.I.K rOKT-OrKICB. Mnlls arrive and and leave the post-office an follow: Arrire. Jkpart. nun tiiii viwt. rnn Tint kakt. l.W p. m. - - 7.no p. m. row THK HART. 7.00 a. m. - 2.00 p. m. (l.io n. m. i;.:mp. ni. ron tii witst. 00 n. m. - - 1.13 p. m. Arrive from Kathmi'l and l'lrm-oltvllle 11.30 a. m. Arrive from I'anle TmKdnjfx, Thunlaya and Hatnrrinya at 2.:m p. m. I 1rpart for I'rcscottvllle, rtnthmcl, I'nnlc 8.00 p. m. office hour 7.00 a. m. to 8.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.O0n.m. to 7.iK)p. m. rtcKlstcr office open fnnn 7.00 a. m. to 8.00 p. m. Leitul llolidiiv from 7.00 to 8.00 a. m. anil from 12.00 toH....

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 November 1892

The Next Parade, The next parade! Will there 'ie onef Aflat hundred year have Rone, Will Ihc world wake lit joyous man Will thousands who are yet unborn. Crowd the new ilrtrl), W illi fife and drum? Will they remember, will tlmjr com To if the nf it parade? None Will be loft or til Hint throng, Who sw our soldiers pass alonii. The babe against It motber'i breast, Who watched, unknowing, with the rest, Will shoulder nrms ami fii away. Before Hie next t olunibus Day Comet with n proud piradc. Tbn men tli.il marched, the gcni'Ml alt Will meet one foe. oliey the rnll. And Join the more maieslle hniid, Who muster In the unknown Iniul. The world may he but burylmr around. And when ('oloitiluis Day rnmn round. Where will be Ihe parade I.iriner Htnddard, In Independent. Sally and trie Grizzlv. On recent trip from S:in Antonio to our camp oil Ihe Hio (inutile. I Hopped over a day cn route, nnd paid long-promised visit to the 1'iuii'lt of my o'd fellow-ranger and brother scout, S:in IVitcliud...

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 November 1892

LITTLE BOYS AND GIKLSj THIS IS THEIR DEPARTMENT OP THE PAPER. Qaalnt Bavlnc and finings f Llltla Obm Ci.ttieretl anil Trlnfad Her. for Otk.f ; I.IUi olks a Head. Whm Mamma Comes Mom Again, Sin a son, of keeping bouse, Mnmnia's gone away, Ilerlng all the work to do, 1 and sister Miy. When the sun was risen, I'apa it loud anil Hear. MC time that ynu were coming dona To get tl o break fat, dear " Washlne tip the dlahe. pVruhlilni !! the floor. Conking many nnnriroua lli'.ng Never seen tiefnrei Jiiistln In tlir cnrlor With all the lirlr-a-hraf. Itunnlng up the kitchen stalra Forty timet and back; llurrrln to the Harden r'nr uerrli-a lor tea; From mi.rnlnc until evening llusr's we din foe. Of crurse wo ihlnk It's hilly And lot of fun, lint then We know It will tie Jollier When msmma i-ome home again. OooJ lluuinkecjilnff. Scriptural Authority. Teacher In what mrt tif tlie Tt. l)!c I It tituxlit that 11 man shall have only onn w ife? Llttlo ltoy I If" t he part that aya no tniin can servo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 November 1892

o Th tMTgrtk Tunnel In th. Iforlrl, A ttinnpl the longrat lu (lie world has been projected and Ik-riiii, nrnrtl cnlly, nnder Blmrilon, to uppr.plo the faiiioim ronil over the mountain con itrurteil by Nftpolenn. The "route of the Himplon" is thirty-eight miles In length; the tunnel will he n triflu Ipk thnn twelve mllp end f Imlf. Tho TBion road Is 0,5113 feet nlxive tho wa level, ie twenty-five or thirty feet wliln, cromesCll bridge end pnsnee tlironli severiil tunnel. It tiikea eight or nine hours to cross the mountain by tho wiroii road; the tunnel rati bo traversed in tliree-qnnrti'isof 11 it hour.. The power to run the ilritle, light I lie werliing and ventilate tho tnnnel Is to be derived from the Hirer Marsn. The post i enli niated nt nlioiit $1,210,000 n nUU. Chi cago Tribiino. A Cnrlmir. ffitprnttltlnn In ftornro. The l!ritili consnl.ir agent in north Borneo ays that on the wi st must sev eral ppolo have been veriously hurt by trying to fly out of coroannt trees, and In son...

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