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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 December 1892

lt Stan f Unburriptinn $l.r,0 ;wr ynir, in adrnnrf. V. A. RTKPIIKXNOM, l'.rillnr and Pub. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1802. (Tritorlr' OTttibr. I'awienirer trains nrrlve lit I lie Keynolda- vlllc station as follows: Ennltrtird. Wettirnrd. Train , - ajvja m.lTraln 8, -7a. m. Train t, - 1.00 p. m. Train 2, - 1.43 p.m. Train a. - - p. m.lTrnln 10. - - o.OHp.tn. rrtnoi.iwvii.i.k poKT-orrim. MalN nrrlve and nnil leave the pont-nffli-r ft follows: Arrirr. Drjmrl. toom Tint yrr.nr. ron rnr fast. I. ttp. m. - - ".on p. m.ltMOa. m. - - IS.rWp. m. FORM THK F.AMT. FOB WWT. 7,00 a.m.- - 2.01) p. m.l7,flo a. m. - - MS p. m. Arrive from ltnthmcl and I'rewottvlllo II. :ma. m. Arrive from t'nnli' Tuedny, Thiirdays nnd Saturdays at 2.:) p. m. Heparin for I'rvwnttvUUt, Kathmel, Panic a.nnp. m. Office hoori 7.00 a. m. tos.oop. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7il0p. m. Ki'KlatiT officii open from 7.00 a.m. toH.OO p. m. 1.1'iral llolldnv from 7.00 toS.OO a. m. nnd fnun 12.00 to a.rin p. m. Off...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 December 1892

HOLIDAY 1UN. flOMK RMTHHTAINMKNT ron THIS I.O.VO WletTKIl KVKMXCS, Varinn IVce.pl Inn fop the) Amuse ment ot Yotinir snarl Old Iteailtly AccnmplUttetl With Home Mails Costume. LMOST everybody lows tbo lone, winter evenings when the members of tlio fam ily father around the sitting room tire and Hot ion c? frames art , nlwava w I c o m e d wilh jnv ly the young one. A visit to the toy shops show a wonderful increase In device for pleasing; the little ones every year, nnd one it fit a loss) to know how to sc. lent. Hut after all some of the ingenious v. "V TnR nwAnr. methods lor home, entertainment of the c hildren that grown folk ol the present day recall with (.-real pleasure are diffi cult to excjl, particularly if the para phernalia required is not very extensive, and hence arc at everybody's command. The impersonations described in thin ar ticle ean be readily madn and will be found to le very entertaining. 'Here wo are again," a the clown says, when he turns ten somersets ami ma...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 December 1892

t e Jlfr. Herman Hick a "ThTw Vfv mrn.iv rtwiili r I AT II II lit I utln-ty Inst mv tit-urine himI a Deaf for More Than m Year. To my i.rprU.? nml pi-mi lav whrn I hn 1 Inkm 1 tin e lmt t it of llim l'a rriiiirHln I f trifl mv fcmrlnf hum rrtNt-nlni. I tvri1 on III) I 1 iml Itikrn thrt innrr nml timiht-nr prrlVrtl rll. I ntn Ir.iuhlt I Iml wry little Willi fUinrti. I I'uii-Mdr lliU n rrmnrlmMr ror.' HhMN l.li'HM, ; ( iiiIit siiwi, IUx-hfMlr, N. Y. II villi's I'tlts nt( un I) Vim IiiIjIo. DR. KILMER'S T KIDNEY LIVER -j BxcW IllliOllttllCSS, flrftfifu )n fmil brent h, miir Ituinm h, heart' but it or 0BH-pift, toiiFtl) uiion. Poor Dicsl ion, Pi.trcw after cntiii. puin mid blnnties In lln ttoniu.h, tlnu i mi t,f Incut Ii. paint. In t hi-1, cm t Loss orAitiH'filr, A spli-iulld feeling tn..luy nml ill prt m. il out tu-mnriow, nothing wcnm to tnatr rood. tivl, Ut pliiw nml all unti'iiug, wcukncaa, tiihlllty. Ceerantea--tT.rppntenli.pf One Until, If nut bra fltr.1, I. ..itif.pt. r.rml y.n 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. — 21 December 1892

Tram Trnm a 1'cnrftniliitit of I1ircifa. It viii inicliiiKlit nml colli. A fw ulilverinu iipwbIkiva climo liy 1'in nllnjr ruinir round n ilii'slntit vrmlrv'H ilnti.l lilcn (lies roiuiil tli ImiiK of n tiinluiwm ImiTt'l. Tim few ninsi'r linn inl iiIumr villi llii'ir rout, colliirn turni'il up nml tym stniinlil nlit'iul. Trillin wnnn't muni. Hmlili'tily a liiMirtrpiiiliiiK Mirli'k lirolie tlm utillnifs. follnwnil by ilti'nim mili Miitf. Tim cliiwtiint. limn, i inning hl hiuiilM liken iiiiininc, Imiiif over IiIhiivit ttmit'it Klanil. Si;ii1;h nml )ii inn cimln KtrraiiiiMl iirross Ihn niili'Wiilk. A niupln of lioyn dliot uut of t-ilit nriiiiml I lie nrnrost rornrr. Tim wilm urcw Inmlrr Biul iimiikIi'iI villi iiiijn I'i di limn In mi unknown toiiKiM. Liki niiiin rmwil pntlii'ii'il. A iiilii i'iniiii KMiinti'ii'il over. A Imiilic! ilaxlii'il up. Slill tlmnnliK burnt from Hie Ih'UI'iIimI fare of llm pinir for rtKiicr. Homo of tlm rrotvil liuilicil. Tim lirnliii limn nsknl liim why he didn'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 January 1893

mm VOLUME 1. KEYXOMWVILLE, I'KXX'A., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4, Um. NUM15EK 31. VrtUrorth (Mint fable. UFKALO, KOllIKSTKU & PITTS- UUIttUI RAILWAY. Tin short line 1etween DuHols, Ttlrtirwn v, lli.n.lr. Ui. I mn It I.. !.... ....,'.. Miiifiiia Fall hikI K)ltilH 111 the. iit)tr oil On nnd nrter ov. Wh. pnsen (ror trains 1)1 arrive iintl depart from Falls nfK Minion, fiitiiy, except Miminy, b roi- tilO A. M. Itrnrifnifl Aivomniotliitlnn For iH)in1s orln lietwecn I n U Creek and lrndforl. 715 n. m. mixed trtitn for runXHiitiiwnt'y. 10:O.V.M- lluttuloiiwl KocheMer miill-Voi Itrorrtwavvllle. KIli:u !iv..John-onbtirir.1t Jewell, Mrtidfoitl. Hiiltimtinrn, Itntliilo mid ttitehester; ctinneet I nit it t .lolniHon hurtf wiin r. a r,. triitn ;i, ror w ucox, i:ine Warren. Corry nnd K.rle. I0:hh A. M. Ari-ommodiitloii- Tor Pit-Hoi, Svke It Lir 1 titi mid lkMtimi1numv. l:ttO I'. Si. Mrndfonl Acfommodiiilon For tcerhtreo, Hrorknny vllle, hllmont. Cnr nmn, Uldtrwa)', .)olinniihunr, .Mt.Jewett nnd Mnid...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 January 1893

A PALACE OF PRAYER. (Laying the Corner Stono of a Great Cathedral. Ut Will CoBt $10,000,000 ana Take Twenty Tears to Build. The corner stona of th Cathedral of St. John tt Divine, In course of contraction at the corner of Mornlngsid anil Amster dam area tier, New York City, hai Juit been laid with simple bnt Impressive ceremoniee. When Completed thli cathedral will be one of the moat magnificent and costly sacred itructurea in America. The ceremonies were held under a tent, which the aeverlty of the weather ma le Decenary, erected in the shape o a cross. The day was particularly appropriate tor the laying of the corner stone aa it in known In the church calender as the dry of 81. John the Evangelist. The oorner atone stool iu the central are of the tent under a peaks 1 r.xif twenty feet high. Around it wan built a platform four feet hlh on which were Bishop Potter, the visitini bishop, the elergy of the dioc?e and prominent Invito 1 gueeta. The platform could atvoinmo Inte exactly 1...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 January 1893

OLDIEtt'S COLUMN THE BIO BATTLE. V Comrade Bends Reminiscences of a Citisen at Gettysburg. At tli( rfust ol I. N". Durboraw, of faro Taverns, Pa., "the "National Tr. Imne" of Washing in, I). C. publishes .M ( VvSl. Ihe fo!lowin.i nm. sW$siMp inisccnces which re haul! Mr. Mhlrboraw bv Mr. I 1.' II n r Mont of Oettysliurif, rii.: Mr. Kliniile elates Hint he lived In the house hi I wwii the Micfry house ami the Hrnicr house, on the cr-l or southeast siile I llie I niniil-liuiK ronl and I know tli.it ir nas so. nliiriiiK tne b tile ot'tiet'yshnrir.iti July. Mi); Unit he sniv the troops pns-itu tl'irmn the llis day of .? y, but his recol 1wii.mii ( ti.it it ' a'lnter hour in the day. ilinl there wns a hnltiug in the mart li lt columns, ami all at mice there was a aiiiirmir of met at all the pons on the left i If of lie road, nti.l. after a few stroke" by nil Ii. one uili nil alniur Kent the fem e flat, ami nut on the left the lri0is spresd over thefspanxlcr farm, and urn rVilliam s they ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 January 1893

.Sti'i.nTi'ifmii T iotr, ft iiitntitrr. A 11 Itlili-llt-llili'tlt Im-lll itlH'r, ttllbllshrll ovrrjr Ui-iltii-Mlny nt Iti-ytiiiltWvllli, .liir,t-iitt Co. Tit.. tli-tnii'il in 1Ih Itiii't-t-itNitf Itymililvl11 nun .iitrfiiiiiiMiiiiiiy. INnii-Killtli'iil, n III 1 1 i n lilt with fnlMii'it. mill will lniMHnlly fi-lrnii ly mwiiriis un iiiiHtrittK rntim. ' Hiilitrrhtl inn iii-li'i' 4I.:MIihi- vi'iir. In tiilvniii.n Cnttiiniiiilriiilntm Ititt-mii-tl fni intlilli-ittltitt muii im iirrfMiiiiiinirii ny tut wi-ticr itfiint' tmi rut- tiiiiiiii-iitiiitt, nut nn n MHui'tinti'i' n bimhI fiillli. Illlm-MttfiK lii'WM Ili-lns willi-ltl-i1 AilvrrtlMlim mil. intitln Inmwti mi tippllm tlnn nt I In iillli'p In ArnnlilM1 lllm k . 1.1'tiL'lil v t'tiliillilltllriilliill mitt rliiiliffn n nilvi't'tli'mint mIiiiiiIiI i-i-iu-Ii IhU nllli-it liy P1IIIMIIIT II1MII1. Aililii si nil I'litimiiinlrntlnn t A.Hti-pli fMimm. IIi'ViiiiIiImvIIIi'. I'll. I'lnti'W'if it! tin' iHwttilHrt nt tti-ytinliNvlllt i it., iih in-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. — 4 January 1893

Wt Star. fiubitrriptimi $l.M prr yrar, in adrunrt. V, A. NTKPIIKNnON. Kdllur and Pnb, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1W3. Pritttrlrr' OTnlb. Piiwiuo-r trains strive nt tlm Krynoltls villi Million n follows! Enntiritrd. Wetiwnrd. Tritln 0, - 1)74 . m.lTmlti 0, -7 4" a.m. Train I. - - Mi p. m. Train 1. 1.43 p.m. Train a. - - .m p. m I Truln l. - - H.4H p. in. nnTnoi.iHivii.Mi FosT-orrti'S. Mull arrive ami nucl Irave llio MMt-tni-t'n follow: Arriiv. Ikpnri. FHOH THB WRKT. rilRTim KAHT. I. in p. m. - - 7 ii p. ni.n.lOn. tn. - - I2.anp. m. ruiiM Tiir rAT. run thr vrrsT. T.ntin, m . - 2.m p. m. If.nn n. in. - 1. 1.1 p. ni . Arrive (nim Hnlhmrl ami Premittvlllp II mil. in. Arrive from 1'anlr Tuesdays, Thitriliiy nnil Htittiriltiy nt 2.:io p. m. Ih'piirlH fur rrtiottvllIt, KiitlimH, Putilr a.im p. ni. rnVi- hour .nn a. m. tn son p. m. Minify tirdrr oftlre opi-n frum 7.00n.tn. to ?.:mp. m. Ki'KtHli'r ufllro oH'n from 7.(K a. in. to n im p. m. l.i'iinl llollitiiv from 7.00 toS.no n. m. nml from linn t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 January 1893

The OU Trar ami (he Sen. How Swift they go, Life's many years, With tl elr winds of n And their storms of tears, And tbi ir darkest of nights whose shadowy Op' Art- lit with the flsshra of starriest hotes, And their sunshiny day on whose on Ira heavens loom The c'mnls of the tempest the ihtdom of gloom ! And nh! ire pray Willi a itrlefto drear. Tint tbe years may ntny When Ibelr ((raves are neiir. 1 ho' tlm brown of to-morrows I radiant nnil bright, With love and with beauty, with life and with light. The (tend Ileitis of yesterdays, cold on the titer, to the hearts that survive them, sre evrr more dear. For the heart to true To eaeh Old Year cleaves; 1 liu' the hand of the New flowery garland weaver Rut the tlowcrs of tbe future, tho' frsgrnnt mid fair With the past's withered leaflet may never compare; For denr I each dead leaf and dearer earn t horn In Hie wreiths whl. h the browt of our ait jcar have worn. Yen! men will cling Willi a love to tbe last, And wildly Mill 'J heir ann...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 January 1893

Heart Itie Pltlsknrg Dlagatrli. Hunt only contain nil Hit lines, bat mnr special telt-urnpliln mid exclusive feature appear In It columns than In any other news paper In thla section rtf the entintrj;. l-.very. body reads II, everybody advertise In It; so should you. A Mother's Story r urn my ony wn gig year or as'. a inn "gut i tdi- titse, lilcli f-tliiall) grew worse until, when he wss S, ho could not walk, and we bad him treated S mnnthi at the Children' " Hospital In Boston. Hut fl when he ram home he Y " on, and the doc tors mill Blininf could be done. 1 '- an Riving- him Hood a .-tarsaparilla and be lm- line Man. orated at once. The 14 alr nn hla hip liealei! p. hl appetite lm pr ved nnd he roil d walk, at flrst with HOOD'S CURES cm I he . then without. He l now perfect ly well, lively aa any boy.-' M Ha. K m m a V. lu rr. Wallpnle. Mite. HOOI" 111.1.' do not purge, pain of gripe, at aii prmupll.r. easily ami efTrctnntly. rent. 77 ! Jill 'M DR. KILMER'S THf0RtT KIDNEY, LIVER 2...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 January 1893

FEMALE CRIMINALS. lA DETECTIVE SAYS THAT WOMEN ARE MORE CRUEL THAN MEN. a Bamllty There Ara a. Many FrniaM Criminals u Thcr An Mala, liitl Clr. nm.tanc Conaplra to Shlold tlia Wlok. d ffoim B'aiMi Haldol Raform. Theodore C. IJulilcr, tlio well known Ban Frandsfo detwtive, lias cot had kwrnty-six years of experience In this pro pwion without obtaining noma very strong Impressions and opinions in regiird !to crime and LTimlnuls. "As ft sort of text," said Mr. Metzlor, "for wbnt I hnve to say on this subject, I will trtnte thnt in cotHcloring men and tromcn an criminals, botwn wliom and their deals comparisons are to bs Hindu, 1 cerasiiler that, while tnnn isnndonbted ly, as ft rale, the more prominent in i-rime, woman, on the other hand, is at rnce more cniel and cnnnlng in "rrhat she does. "From the circumstance that a oon dderablo less nnmbnr of women than men are convicted of crime the lnrr ence Is drawn that in women the crim inal propensities are weaker or nnder better control. 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. — 11 January 1893

v VOLUME 1. REYXOLDSYILU:, PEXN'A., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11, liiitf. NUMBER 35 ttittlrenb ft tit t ffnblta. BUFKALO, HOCHESTKK & PITTS BURGH RAILWAY. The short line between Unlloi. litdgwny, Rrndford, fnluminii'ii. Uufliilo, Km-hi'stcr, Niagara Kill In and point In the upper oil realon. ln and nftet Nov. 13th, pnswn Iter trnln will arrive hiiiI depart from Fall Creek slntlon, dully, except fiindny, a fol low n: 7ll0 A. M. Hrndfonl Acrommodnllon ror point North between Knll t'm-k nnd llrmlford. 7:1ft II, in. mixed tmln for I'liiiXHiitnwni'y. 10:0 A A.M.-Hurt nhi ami Hocliotcr msll-ror Hrockwnyvlllc, IlldKWny.Johnsonlmrir.Mt. Jrwett, Bradford. Fnlnmiincn. Uufliilo and Horheatert connecting at .loliiiwinbuig with 1". E. train il. for Wilcox, Kline, Vsi-rcn, t'orry nnd Krln. IO:ft A. M. Accommodation For Dullols, fyke, lllir Itun nnd 1'iinXHiitiiwncy. l:(l I', M. Bradford Accommodation For Heeehtree. lliwkwnyvlllp. Kllniom, t'ur mon, Kiilgwuy, JohnHonlmrir, Ml. Jewel t nnd llrndfnrd. ....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 January 1893

TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Happening The World Over. OLKANINOS 07 INTERRST TEES. Li TOLD. BOTH EOMEbTIO AND FOREIGN. Mr Poring the past ycsr 4,000 miles of main track have been added to I lie immense rail way mileage of tilt I'nited States, according to the Chicago Knihnad A'jr. This mileage consists nearly altogether of extrusions of fid roads and the construction of branches ad feeders. In addition to this 4.000 miles rrarklayiiig I ! progress on 500 more, in Innylvnla 2 V) miles hnve been built and Ihhi l exceeded by only one other State.thut ef Washington, whose record is 4J0 miles. 87 Roads t the Reapino Combine. The 1'biladelphia nnd Heading Railroad has tent In it report to the Secretary of Internation al Affairs, which thows that they operate 37 railroads, and ofthese 14 are directly un der Its control. The gross earnings for the past fiscal year were l32.iKM.31tl, and a sum if (18.tl.Vl.lNfl was required to 0erate it. Archbald's mill at Dundas. Mich., and the elevator adjoining it ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 January 1893

THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS Made by Him to ths Qeneral Assembly of Pennsylvania. Governor rattisonsenthlt biennial me. age lo Hit General Asembly of Pennsylva. nia In session at Hurrlsburg. Ia It tho Gov ernor says: It i a painful duty to avert lo' the spirit of Insurrection which characterii:d the dis turbance at Homestead. There, under tht ip of correlating abuses. civil authority was tspetided and the officei of the law defied. Armed bodies, claiming the tight to red res the wrong of the employ and in proteet the right of employer, tun fronted each oilier in hostile arrnv, ri n 1 1 1 1 1 n in riot, bloodshed and murder. To restore and maintain or der the whole mililury force of the Hlntpwa moved. I!v In real and art'Vi'y In support, inn thcclvil authorities, eacc and silbtni ion were niHiiiiuinel. and many of llie of fender arretted. If is gratifying to know that from the time the civil Millionth' first called iiMin llie Executive for aid not a aliot was II ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 January 1893

fr Stan SnbDrripUnn $1.60 per V""! in ndranre. An lniloHndVnt lornl pnntr, pultlMird evrry Wi-Onr-Mlny nt ltiynnlilsvlllt, Ji-fTeiMin Co. Ia., tlcvoti'd ID tho Intnrrata of ltyniililvilli anil .Ti-ITi'iKnn county. Nim-nolltlrnl, will treat All with fiilrnoHn, and will liei'Miai'lnlly friend ly toward the Inliorltia; rliiw. RiilMcrlptlun pili-il.iVHT vcnr.ln mlvnnce, rommuiilcntluna Intenilcit for publication tniiHt I hi accompanied Iy Iho writer' name, not for publication, hut an 11 guarantee of good fiiltli. Iiiterentlnit newa Item anltctted. Advertltn rate miulti known nn applica tion nt thootflce In Arnold' Hlock. I.enirhtv communication and rhnntro of art vert lae'menta ahould nm'h thin office ty Monday noon. Atldre nil communication toO. A. Ulepli tumn, KeynnliNvllle, la. Kittm-coat tin' nimtoini-n nt Heynnldavllle, Tn., a econd clana tnnll matter. r. A. HTF.PIIRNKON, Kdltor and rub. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, I WW. Holmi Gould's annual ir.uome Is (KM), 000. One of the rare things ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 January 1893

Sulimrliillon $1,110 per year, in ddvnnir. C. A. HTKPHKNftON, ttdllor and Pub, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY II, IHD.I. I'sMKncor trains arrive at tint Iteynnld TIIIU m Itllllll ItW 11HI1IWH1 Emhranl. MVuhrinf, Trnin, - - o n . m I ruin , .T 4HH.ni 1'rnlii I. - I im ii m l'l.. in . . ill.. ... Train a, - - s.ftn p, m.lTin In In, - - h im p. in . nsvsni.nsvti.i.R ttMT-orrics. Mnlls iiitIti nnd and leave Urn st-nmVi s oimnni vlrrfiv. Itrpurl. MOM tiir wiwt. roR TIIR KANT. .m p. m. - i m p. m. n.mn. m. l'..:inp. m fiinviiiHRHiiT, I Fill! TIIH ffrNT. T.fln. ni. - - l.wi p. m.lrnr) n. m. - I. in p. ni Arrive from Itntlimcl nnd Crown) tvllln II. mm. ni. Arrives from Pnnle Ttii-diiyn, Thurdny miiii rm iirmi jn m !.. p. in. IH'pori for I'reneouvllle, Itntlimcl, I'nnli' 11. in. Offirn hfllira T ftn It. In lull On n m Money order tiMc open from T.non. m. In i.'i. m. Hi'iiminr oini'ii open from i.m n. in tn (t.i) . ni. Ikii1 llolldnys from T.OJI In 8.1m a. m. nnd from 11. im ml 110 n m. timVe nMti Huniln...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 January 1893

Ufa' Good. Taks ill good J I ft the god semi, Tliey may lie angry tomorrow i Kvon misfortune nmi cnmfnrt will If nit, When jroil are minded In borrow t( you are frlemlle-it then make ou a friend ' Oul of Ilia fo yon rail sorrow. I'm nothlns; bv that Is i"(nl, ' Drain every ilropof llfe'a awertneaat What If today alands where .vrslrntny stood - . Today mar be made a rnmn'elriieas. 1'rars and regret sre rank Mil's own food, Hid thorn begone tilth all fleet nes. Rlaaes from Hps Hi it we love--Tiionxh they iiisy l lis. ah ! never L'lierlah and count them all tTsatire s1mvc( Klaaea will not lint lorevers (tut lliat purr bourne to which all mortals innva l,o vi- from lis own slnlatinl aev (tars ara small part of tlir ky. No in nnr llvr l auinll lirlulilnrvi, tlere a bit, there a bit, aaa It not liv. Hut your dark ftky Willi Ita whiteueM l imy llva the liest and Iniurrst wlio try Cure to esrliange for. lot's Hghine. -I Lilian P., Knnpp, In llnnloii Trantyript. BIOYOLE vs, TIGEH. I was alwa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 January 1893

Km Ik' Ptttakwr tllspatra. It not enly contains nil ltr nr , hut mnr Weelal teletrapliln fknl esehislvn fentiirea appear In It columns than In sny other news- Immr In thin wllnn of the rnttiitrr, Kverv .Nly rends It, .r.rjbody advertises in It; to iliniild )tin, Pteam first apiilied in Mixing mach Ine In IK73. trap Snows' HiwM'Mt At. Titornee for Cimirli, tnlds and ell other t'hmnt TrntiMee. "l'ra-tnilu.iilly best." Or. nii y Hard Htuhtr If sffllrted with soreeyea use lr. IssanThitmn. snn's Ky-wat.r. lirntoilstsiMjtl at'i'Hi per bottle. FOOD MADE ME SICK "First t had pains In my hack and runt, t hen faint feeling at t lie utiiinaih.and when I would Mt, th first taste would make ma deathly sick. Of course I tan down rapidly, and lent Inn. My wife end family were mm-h alarmed and 1 e 1-la-cted my May on rarth would he abort. Hut a friend advised me to take Hood's HaiMiwrllla iiu'i warn my appetite rnmtj back, I ate heartily with. ut dlatresa, gained two fmtindn a week. 1 look eight Im...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 January 1893

I Italian's Pnvrrtj. Contrary to what Is nn pposed by many, H. Ernest Rptmn left little prirnte for tone to his family. So much no is this the rase that Mmo. Rnnan intcncls to mil the library of hrr deceased husband while awaiting the national pension which parliament will make no difllctilty In granting her. M. Berthelot, the lift long friend of Renan, says that the latter left the world almost as poor as he wna en the day when he quitted 8aint-8nlpic In order to face the stniRRlo for exist ence. Renan had the same disdain for money, per se, towards the end of his career that he had when he said to the Imperial minister who offered him a lucrative post, "Sit tecum tntf pecuniar All he wanted was sufliclpuf to enable him to pnrsue his studies in ease ami comfort. ' As a professor of the College of France Renan had 10,000 francs, or i'4(M) a year, from which 0 per cent, was deducted in order to form a pension. As director ol the establishment he had CO yearly and rooms, 80 also as fe...

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