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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 December 1892

file VOLUME 1. REYNOLDiSYILLK, PENN'A, WEDNESDAY DECEMP.KU 7, 1J2. iNUMDEH 31. ittlocrllititrau. c MITCHELL, ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. Office nn Vest Muln street, oppwlti' tlie Commercial Hotel, UcynoliNvlllc, I'ii. "pU. B. E. HOOVER. REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. ltcldent ilcntl-l. In building ticnr Metho dist church, immhixIIii Arnold block. Hcntlc- lll'OH In l)M'rilttllt. 4)otclo. II OTKL McCONNKLL. REYNOLDSVILLE. PA. FHAXKJ. 11 LACK, 'nj (r. Tlu lending hotel of I ho town. llendiiit'ir ters for commercial nun. Steam bent, free 1ms, Imtli rooms nnd closets nn every floor, sample rooms, billiard room, telephone eon- ICCtlOU, A'C II OTKL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GliEEXd- COXSEU, I'rnjniitm-. 1'lrst class In every pnrtlciilur. l,ocntcd In tlu very centre of tin' hii-tlncs part of town. Free 'bus to and from trains it it I commodious siunplc MHiniH for commercial travelers. jMERlCAN HOTEL, BROOK VI LLE. PA. nuFFiXHToxa- i.oxa, Omnibus to nml from nil Irnlns. Kniupcnn l-cstuiiiant. IIoiim, In-nted mid ...

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

t f " TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Happening The World Over. GLEANINGS OF INTEREST TEI.3K L TOLD, BOTH DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN. astral. I.ahoraa lsitnslrlal. By a vote of 120 to 4.1 ltM decided ti continue the strike at the Upper and Lowe Carnegie mills, Pittsburg, l a. A notice was posted at the works of thi Pottstown Iron Company, Hint from le crmbcr 12 the wanes of puddlers would b reduced from I't to 2 75 per ton. In 1!M te BO per ton paid at the work! to puil tilers for the "ante work that they are no lo receive 12 75 for. The reason whv the Knights of I.abu Ilea iquarters ure to be moved from Phila dftptiia Is given by Secretary Hayes. It li because of the itiind taken by Chief Jiistie.1 1'axanii in Iho Homestead treason cases. The Thomas Iron Company blast fur races at Hellertown. I'n., was blown on yesterday, throwing lirty men out of employ nicnt. lie Icr's limestone ipiurry, employ Ing fifty men, which aupplitd stone for thf furnace, is also closed. Ax Ixckkasb Ix Waiik. The llomilton ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 December 1892

THE HUMMING BIRD." CURIOUS FACTS ABOUT THE FEATHERED JEWELS. Haw Ther Arc reflected for Ornamental and sjelrntMe Purposes Their Meats and Invincible Warrior What .Makes Their Varied Hues. lllrds of fancy Feather. K Smithsonian In rstltutlon has Issued a monograph lull of fascinating In for Dial ln about hum- K mlng-b'.rds. O n e f reason wny mesa daintiest of feath ''ft'. ered cratur s are A. Interesting la that ?"vl'h,y wore unknown tVi' 10 tho white man Wlr until Columbus dls- u, VU covered the new JS."' 11 world, tlio r ran at sv'rrfK.,',n8 confined to .f 'f7?t h e c ontinent of J v America. It I no' '- V'-K nrallwt nlone who has ton ii (I them worthy of attention, Tho demand for them la great for ornamental purpose. Dealers, mostly Frenchmen and m-lgi-mm, have establish 'd themselves In many eltlea of South America for tho solo object of buying nnd exporting hummiiitf-blrda. From Santa to de togota nlone many thousand of akin are nnmially font to London and 1'iiria. Tho Indiana ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 December 1892

$TItc Star. Sulwriptitm tl.HO r year, in advance. An liHl'iH'n(l't lorul pt, puIiINImmI ovi'ry WYtlni"Mltiy at ItcyiHtltHvllli', .h-llVrsmi Co. ln.. ilrvntcil to 11m lntt'nt of lttynnllvlll Run .li'tTrrminroiinty. Nnti-polltlciil, will trciit nil Willi fiilriit'NH. nnil will hiMHHlly frit'iiil ly towiinU tin lulmi-lnit tIiimh. Hnlwrrlptlnn prlci'f l..10ryijir, lit ndvnni'p. CiinitminlrHtimiA Inti'inli'il for iiiilillrntlnii muM Ih nri'ompnnli'fl by llio wrltrr'j. nnmi, not for nulillriiilrm, hut nn n minrnntr, uf good fill III. lntrrctlnit ni'wn Hi'inM miIIi'HimI. A1virf Nlnff mtim nmiln known nn iippllfii tkm tit thi ntlli'ti In Arnold' Itlork. LiMiirlity romniiinlriitloim mid rhnnffo of BdvprtlHvmi-ntii nhimlil ri'Hi'h till olHrn tiy Montlny noon. Aililrr-w nil i-ommunlrntlonn InO.A. fltpph non, Hi'ynolclvllli, Tit. Kntrrpd lit the notofflio nt. rloyiioldsvlllp. Pa., nil wronei rlnw mull ninltcr. C. A. STIrilKfMN, Editor unit Pub. WEDNESDAY, DECEMRKU 7. 1H2. Ono who wrlrkcdly nmt ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 December 1892

ffifte Star tiuhtcriiithm $t.fiO jt jfir, in ndranrr. V, A. KTIII'lllilNSON, I'.tllior and I'lib. WRDNK.SDAY, I)R(!KM!1RH 7, 1!2. VrvnvrlfV' Wnlbt. I'liwieiiiter train arrive at the Itcynulils vlllc stalhm n fellows: Knnliriird. MVufiwnf. Train . - M m.lTraln , - - . in. Train I. - - l imp. m. Trlil n 1, - If! p. in. Train a, - - II.W p. m.lTraln 10, - - s.iw p, ni. HKYsni.iwvn.i riMT-orni'i. Mull arrive ami sntl leave I lie ptMt-oftli-e as follows: A rrf re. mom tiif. ytr.nr. 1.111 p. m. - - T O) p, m. rilllM TIIR KAHT. 7.00 1. m. - - tm p. m. Ikjtiirt. ronTimmsT. Ill.inn. m. - - is.an p. in. roil Til n KMT. 7.im a. m. IH p. ni. Arrive fnim Uiitlunel mitl I'resciittvlllo ll.;m. m. Arrives from Pnuli Tuestlnys, Tlniriliiyi mill Hnliirilnys nl J.: p. in. IVpiirtn fur Present I vllle, Itiilliini'l, I'unlr 3 0n p. m. Olfli'P Iioiip 7.0D a. m. tns.onp. ni. Money nrilcr nmVe iihii fnnn 7.lln. ni. In T.an p. m. Heitlstcr ofltrit nien f rum 7.KI n. ni. to S.l ii ni. l,i'Kiil HollcliiT" fmt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 December 1892

Dream. When midnight o'er Hip vsulledsklae Her Jewell'd tone (if splendor flliiRS, V fi e! Ilm glsuce of wistful syes, We hear lh null of spirit wluirsi A Mr-linlri'd r Inlon route to me Villi imttlluR tmiKiin ntul witching smllei A ilrnrrr tl, perchance, to lliee Of Ucr who shared llijf heart awhile, Fncli Imlh his own tlrsr, treasured Turin ii dreams Mini to hi draft returns, Hound whose dead features, nl ill and wstm, The faithful brum of memory burns. A tiiiillirr, father, child or wire, A friend long Irii'd, a maiden's face, Whose passing love once 111 led his life Villi something more thsu mortal grace. A Hllli' "line. a lock of linlr. The picture your dead darling made, Ylir merry lsut;h. the pensive nir At midnight liy iImiI lingers played, H, nil of pain or near or Jy t The liesd wild nrliT, tiutiuiely gray, lil' Inelllnrr of Hint wounded li iv Who, (lirlxlllke, sunk beside the way. A star, a cloud, a smile, a tear, A still voice, singing through Hie iilrlil A lnveil one pa...

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

1 1 V Mr. Joneph lltmmerleh An cH anliller, came rail of the War greatly enfeebled hy Typknla' I'evee. and (lir hclne In xnr ens Ineipltiila thrdnrtor-iliti hawed him aa Incurable with CnaaMmiitlaa. He has bean In niHir lifn.ll b nee, mil II be la-van tn Ink Hood's Sarsaparilla I mined lately Ida cmin'i uraw looter, nlaM sweat rented, miiiI tin rcirnlurd rihhI gcnei-iil henllh. Hccnrtlhilly r'initiii-iiln llnod'a Knr. supurllhi.e-.ivciiili), to comrade" In llnlJ.A.U. Hand's I 1 1 1 m cure ttaliltiml fnnitlpatlnn ti-re-sunny ret t.tli,c w feu ef ilr slnneiilnry canal. DR.KILMGfrS Sidney, Liver find Bladder Cur. KIictiut:tiai.t, f.umbnffrt, rn'n In .iolntrnrbnt k, tirifk rluot In UlitH', f niunt t iilK Irritnt tf i, ttitlHttmtii'U. pruvei, ultt rutlim or CHtiirrh tit UituUer. Disordered Liver, Impair! fllrrlnn, p-oui, WIHoin-Hrminrhfv W A l P-IIOOT cun 1 i'lm .ItfltriiK I., iAlOrififtfi, urlmuy trmiH), hrlglil'UtmiUM I in p is re liEooti, IVrnf ula, tnaltirtn, nenT wc nknean nrdctil)l...

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

WHERE WOMEN REIftN THE GENTLE SEX HAS BECOME A POWER IN WASHINGTON. Hnmlrffd. of Womrn Until Wurklng fn Itlnim In (tin Vorlnn lrpnrlment of the TTnllntinl Cnptlul Wltlitiut lining Thrlr flnrlnt Mumllug. Wnshinirtnn Ik pi'ttltirf to 1m xvnm n' jmrndlse. 'J'lirru is no otht-r pliicn In tlui wiilo, wlilo world ulirri women cum ns much money, nro mm ludi'prnd ent mid nre n itrfctvutiiilly treated ly men ns tlioy nro in Vii"liinc:rni. The Influence of women In tlin iifl"uirn of tlii mighty imti'in 1ms lieon ftiliject of fre quent omiinieiit. Mimy liitiTcsliti niid highly liiiMKlnnlivn xtorirs Imvelicen told of tlio woiimn loliliyist until tlio ilNcreet wives of nurnt of our migratory Kliites mon linvn takrii to traveling nroiind with them, mid never under liny cirenm ntnnres let them remain nlmie iitnld tlm tetiiptiitinns of tho capital, This I a pnlpnhle Injustice to tho lawgivers, nnd involved Bn unnecessary luirilxliip upon the anxious matron, In the place of nn Imaginary mnl ro ninnt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

mm VOLUME 1. REYNOLDSVILIjE, TENN'A., WEDNESDAY DECEMUER 14, 1JW2. NUMBER. 32. Q MITl'HKLL, ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW. (Itlll'l" Oil Wl'Mt Mlllll Mtt'l'et, CimMwItl! I riminii'rcliil Hotel, HeyntililNVllli', Pa. lie JJU. H. K. HOOYT.U, HEYNOLnsVILLK. PA. ltcKlili'iit ilciillst. In liiillillnir ni'iir Mi'tlm illsl I'hiiii'li, nixmlli' Arnnlil lilork. Ccntlc- IH'MH III MpfmtlllK. Clcttrl. j JOTKL MiV'ONN ELL, KEYNOLDHVILLK. PA. FliAXKJ. 11LAVK, Vnirktnr. The ti'iullim linl el of tliplnwn. lli'iiliiuir H'K for I'liiniiii'irliil mm. Hti'iiin In-ill, fii'O hut, Imth rimmi mill i'Iumi'Ih mi i-vi'i-y Mimr, xiitiiiilr riKiins, lilllliinl room, tcli'plionu ruii- WK'tllHIM, Ac. JJOTKL HELNAP, HEYNOLDSVILLE, PA. (illEEXd- CUXSEIt, rniiiitm. Flrwt rliim lnrvpry pnrtli'iilnr. l.ociiU'il In tile very iMMlIM' of Oil' hll'llit"'iiiM of town, l-'ri'o 'Im'ih to mill from trnlim n ml ioiiiiikm1Ioum Himpli' riKinm fiirroninit'ivllll tl-uvrlcr. MEItR'AN HOTEL. HltOOKVlLLK. PA. MTF.Yi. VO.Vff- l.()X(, I',f ). tmnl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

PRES. HARBISON'S MESSAGE AN INTERESTING DOCUMENT. Feview of (he Work of the Department. The Monetary Conference, Pensions, Cholera and Quarantine, Immi ration and Federal Election Questions are Discussed. The last annual message nf President Krnjamin Hurrlson was ecnt 1 1 Congress Tuesday, ll l an interesting doi un.ent in view of the rcults of the recent ecctlon, Mr. Harrison defends the tariff policy of the 1 publican arty. si eculntcs as to the poli ty of the new administration and t-eats of therniises which led to hi on defeat. Die silver, pension nod federal flection iiintioiia are discussed in nn cnte'tninlng manner. The President defends heartily the reciprocity nheme. At tlie outset he ays: In submitting inv annua) messare In Con- rress, I have great satlstartlnn In being able nsav that t tie general conditions affecting the commercial and tndeatrlal Interests ot Itie I'nlted states are In the highest decree favorable. A comparison of the existing conditions with those ol th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

WONDERFUL NAVAL WORK YANKEE GENIUS FAR OUTSTRIPS EUROPE'S MECHANICAL SKILL. The New Amevlesn Navy Will Sooa Bp Able to Cops With Any Ailott, Report of Secretary of the Navy Tracy. The annual report of Secretory or the Nnvy Tracy furnishes nn Interesting resume of the work accomplished by that depart ment, especially in tlie building of moilenl warshirs, the prtsong need of which the recent imbroglio with Chili ntil the growing merchant marine, Insteied under the mni: suhsld e, well demonstrated. On the 4th of March. IhSiI, the fleet of the United fstntes Nn'. y, n f n t Irnm a few old ship long since obsolete and fust going to decay, consisted of thice modern steel tea sels, the gun forgiiu'9 for which, n i well ns the linftlng fur tl.e veses, lint! been pur chased from abroad, ns they culd not be made in this country. These vessels were the Doli.liln, Atlanta nml Huston. During the present administration 111 new war ves sels hnve been put in commission, nil of which, except live of...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

It is Said die -A- Star Subtcrijilion $t.fiOpcr yrnr, in adrance. An Iwli'pemli'nl Itiriil ptiprr. published evrry Wedne-flny nt Roynolflvllli .Ttfforon Y. Pn., rirvntVd to thr- IntrreMn of KcynnMvtlln snd .Tcfferjuinronntjr. Non-polltlrnl. will tmHt nil with rnirnoM. nun win neespecmiiy irii-nn-ly townnU the lnNrln(f oIiima. HiiWrlptlon prli,i,I..Vr,ryrnr,1n Sflvnnre. 'omniunli'iitlftni Inlnndrn for puhllrntlon mill IH' in iimiiiiiin-ii iij iiii' ..iii.m n iiiiiiii', not for publication, hut nn ti minrnntep of goon f nit h. Interentlnff now itrm wiiiciti'ti ArtvortlKlna rnlen miido known on applica tion nt th otnrti In Arnold' lllork. I.onirlily rommnnlrntlon unci rhnnio of SflvprtlHrmr-nts rwinuia rmrn tni omre ny Mnnrinv nnm. Addrt'" nil rotnmnnlcnttonii to V. A. Steph enson, KcvnoifiHViiio. rn. Ktitorrd nt tho pottofHr nt Rpynoldnvllln, Pa., nn wrond clnwi mull mutter. C. A. KTt:PIIFHom, Kdllor and Pub, WEDNESDAY. DF,CF.MBER 14. 1W2. President Harrison's annual message, whleh n ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

Submi-iptinn $I.SO per prar, in advance. V. A. RTKFHKNMiN, Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1802. fffawclrvs OTttlbe. PasKena-er tralna arrive nt the Reynotda vllle atatlon a follow: Eautieard. ii'etltrnrd. Train, - 6Ma m. Trnln 6,- - 7.2S a. m. Trnln I, - - l.on p. m. Train t, - 1.42 p.m. Train 8, S..10 p. m. Train in, - - d.nw p. m. mtrsoi.nsvii.t.it piwT-nrriro. Mnlla arrive and and leave the post-office a follow: A rrire. Depart. mo Tin wear. ron thk east. 1.1.1 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.ln.lOa. m. - 12.30 p. m. FORM TH r AHT. rR TUB WIWT. 7.00 a. m. - - t.tl p. m.7.no a. m. - - 1. in p. m. Arrive from Hntlimcl and Prewottvtllu a. m. Arrive fmm Panic Tuesday. Thurday nnfl Hnturdtiv at l.'.V) p. m. pnrta for l'rencottvllle, Rnthmcl, Panic 8.00 p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. toS.oo p. m. Money order nnicc open from 7.00 a. m. to 7. '10 p. m. Hotter office open f rom 7.00 n. m. to H.on p. m. Legal llolldnr from 7.00 toft.00 a. m. and from 12.00 In a.rio p. m. Office open Sunday fro...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

The Cloving Year. "Vhon chimneys no more music bold, l'uf that tlir swallow all re lionet When wind be a.itly. blowing rnlil From anllliiK ship ami Hie wet dawn; When brier where the rose was Imlil. On blackened twigs show berries sere. Then oh, my love, ami hey, my love, The timing o' liia year! When Rusts ilir down ami hum prow nt i It, And ihe enld weal her comes mice morel When tinvn'uu stalk hcuin to llirlll. And twisted IhmixIis Iiii.I at Hie door; V hen fur aomc arret space on the la I II. While as tntiK siiire tin' tliniti-linsli Mows, Then nh, my love, and liey, my love, The year Is at Hip rinse. l.lgptli- Woodward Itrcse. MAT'S HUSBAND. Iv H. I.. ki:h III M. She doubtless hud n woman's consult for ninn y In;; liiin. That Mini uf rea son limy not snlihfy other imiiIc, but It it levin Inbly sulllcienl fur llio fcinl uino lensoiier. Sum Tunis wits what Is railed vii'.iless" by liis i'l'xmi iitifliliort. (I d ilill Ilium, liia futh'M -in-law, him self mil it very onoigelle r u...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

Jfa. .Sarah jWufr Of Mltitirapo:i. " I was for ft lone II nir n sufferer frn n Female Wci 'neii end tf Irrl ins, iy rcliiedir nint phvait Inns. In nn enral piirpTS". I ic ll I le t llnnl s Harpii rllla made soerenl n tllffcrenisji In mvciiiull tlntilliut I look three hollies mure and foetid mvmlf pcH'crily well. I have also kImoi Hood's Sarsaparilla In the children, ami find Hint II kecia them in court health." Miin. Hsiiaii Mini. six. Icetilh Avrmir, South M mirnisi'ls, Minn. Ileed'a Pills cum nil tnai 1 1 taw " trt if r i- . DGOus tmuision of cod-liver oil presents a perfect foot! palatable, easy of assimilation, and an appetizer ; these are everything to those who are losing llesli and strength. The combina tion of pure cod-liver oil, the greatest of all fat pro ducing foods, with Hypo phosphites, provides a re markable agent for Quick Flesh lhiiiding in all ail ments that are associated with loss of llesh. A rriMril l,s Srnlt A Pntvnr rlisniUIS, , 111 vi an i,i.,-:aia 1THE KIND ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 December 1892

UNITED AT THE LAST. PITIFUL TALE OF AN EMIGRANT FAMILY THAT PERI3HED. The Terrlbln lltlMnrd of IBM lliwl fur Knitm f It Vlrtlmn it Wlinle Knmlljr , Whlrh I'rniii In limlli In lirnil Mn'a Cove Ilariiln Knirt of it Motlirr. "Tliutn rvml MimV rove rlfjlit brforn jronrrynn," Kiiiil tlinolcl luiin ns hr Jiciliit rl to a recess of lmlf mi ucro in extent In tlio nouthcrti fiicc f tlm Lflllc Hncky mountains. "Tliiit'n Head Man's rovn, ami you hln boo tho Iron work of tint wiwn lyln n1nit when yo nit closer. When I lii'Ht liiiiked in liero tlnir was fivo liunmii bodies lyliitf dead in tliat waK'in. Mit mi my jiunl wo dni( a liix grnvo nnd lini iecl 'em nil together lmelc Agin that dilT, thar whnr tho rucks is, Wo jiileil tho riK'ks that way no tlm wolves couldn't Kit nt tho dead." "Hut thero is nit headboard no names," 1 protested ns I rode closer to tho spot pointed out. "Couldn't In! no names, 'enuso wo couldn't tlnd any," ho replied, "and them rocks is a prnvpsttin ns will last forever. W...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 December 1892

8f y VOLUME 1. JlKYXOLlWVlLLK, 1'ENN'A., WKINESIAY DECEMBER 21, W.V2. MMUEIt 33. 1 M FTTH ELL. ATT KNKY-AT-I,AV. IMHrt' on Vrt M :i ftl Nlri'i't. iiiwlti' I'lininii n liil HoK'l. lu .WMil'l-vlllr, I'ii. Hie jyt. h. k. noovi-.it. UKYNOLDSVILLK. I'A. Hrli1rnt di'iKNt. In Imllillim iifiif Mi'ilii allMt rliimli, iiikH Arnold liliH'k. (Irntlr ih'ms In o)-rutlnic. 4lotrl. jJOTEL M(V ON NELL, HEYNOLDSVILLE. PA. FHAXKJ. JiLACK. VopnYfor. Tin' li'Hillnif hoi el of tin' town. Ili'iiilimr Irin for I'oinnii'ii'lnl nirii. Hti'iim lit-iit, tnw htw. Imtli room nml i'Ioi'Ih on rvi-ry tliMir. Kiiniiilt' rooniH, lillllui'fl riHttn. tclrt'lionn ron tui'tlotiH, JJOTEL UELNAP, RUYNOLIMVILLK, PA. (iHEEXtt- COXNEIt. V.pnVf.M. r'lrnt rliott In I'Vt'ty purtlrnltir. I.iH'iiti'it In !h vM-y ri'ntrt of llii Ini-tlm" nrt of town. 1'ri'C 'IniN to nml from Indus mill roininiHllouH Mtmpli' i-uom for roniini'i-i'liil Iruvrlpf. MERH'AN HOTEL, liUOOK VILLK, PA. Jil FFlS UToy rf- I.OXU. Pfi'. OtnnllniH to ami from nil...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 December 1892

A CHRISTMAS CV.ROU . Listen, tbe bell In the steeples In jubilant glalneaa ring. To srelcome the coming of Christmas And tbt birthday of tha King XV bo was born in tha lowly manger of Bethlehem long ago, Whan tha song of tha herald angels Waa sung to tba world below, Tbon hast clad Thyself in raiment Of spotless white, on earth, Like a bride on her marriage mornlnj, T- oelebrata Christ's birth. Oh, were our lire ai spotles. Our hands unstained with tin, And the latch of each heart were lifted To let ths Christ child in. Sting ot thy pine anl holly. On earth, thla Christmas day, And wreathe in their green the altar Whereon our gift we lay; Clfta of moit grateful homage Laid low at the feet of the Kln, 1 Who leant from Hit throne to listen, To the ound of our worshiping. Ering to the dear Lord't altar I The ioul'( white flowera to-:lay, I-et the rose of the lore shed inveu tiweet a tha breath of May; Let the lily of faith eternal Lift ita cupi ot myrrh to Uim W hose lore it the star t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 December 1892

nkak est jjii-; roLE. PH,nr it ram irk inn MOST MmtHKit hi min ukiu. tlonest anil Manpv l-Yilk- Tholr Htnnity mill Pm imire Heiv.ly lit MStr Thrlr All lor iNceille or a Kullv In. T will ilmito'ess rem almost impos sible to many, im- inutn with the pop- tilnr idea of tlm K. kimo, that M I look nt thie picture', I think of tlii oriiii- Vf hill, lint ... anhii, It- ' 'JSl le'-' m,'n r T .J means to be ile- tpised made ci l intellitis-nee, says Lieu tenant Peiry in tlm New York .Sim. A cc-mnssinity of children in their sim plicity, honesty, and happy he of nil care; of nnim-ils in thi'ir surmuncitigs, tin- r lend nnil haoits; of iron men hi their endurance of cold, hunger and Intiucc; of beings of superior Intel. Ii' tic2 in the cnnttruutiii i tin I use of tlur implements of tlm cnt'C, nnd the in I cn'tuis coi -tiii-ation of every on ? of the lew poniiilnut of the barren coun try whic.i is their home, upon the two (iiest prohlcus of their existence, some thing to in: and soniethiog to w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 December 1892

mt Stan Subvert jit imi $l.Mi per year, in lulrnnrr. A n Infli-twwlviit lorn I ni'r. pulilNticrt ervry JVrtliu'Mlay at Ki-vimluwvlllu, .IrfTorsnn Co. 'n., rtrvotrd to the IntnrrM nf KoynnHNvlllo nnu.frfTrr)tHoiihty. Ntm-pulttlnil. will tivnt nil with fiilr-nct. niifl will lHMM,HMiiilly friend ly tnwarilH thl Inliorlnjj rifts. HulMcrliillnn pHrrt.flOporyMr, In advnnrn. 'omnimilriillnn Inlmwlcff for imhlfciilidti Inunl l, nrnmipnnlrri by 1ho wrlti'r's tinmn, not for iiiilillciition, hut fi s KiiiirnnliT of good fiillh. Intm'stlnK news ItrniM Hollrltpd. AdvrrtUlnff rato md known on appllca tlon nt thcotnci' In Arnold' lllock. l.cnirhly comnmnlciUlons und chnnffc nf Advert Ui'iiiontn should rtmch thin ofticu hy Mondtiv noon. Addri'ix nil nimmunli'atlons to A. ftcph enson, KcvtHldvHlt, ln. Knteri'd tit the nontofflro nt llcynoldBVlllp, Pit., n. Ntond Hskm mnll ntnttttr. 4'. A. fTl:l'IIKON, Kdllor and I'nb. WEDNESDAY. DrX'KMBKH 21. lstrl It looks very much an If tho World's Fair will Ixi ...

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