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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 April 1893

UTfl tAt Star tSHhfr!)thn per year, in talrauee, . KTl:i,IH:", Dilltor mill I'nb. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, IXO.'I. tT-tvclcr' OTtll. ritsHcinrci' IriiliiH arrive nt the Iti'yiinliW vlllo station us fulliiWH: Ettstteartl. HVsfrrrirrf. Triilnfl, - - 11.4 n. m lTrnln tl. 7.4 n.m. Tml n I, - 1 1 p. ni. Train 2,- I 42 p. m. Train - H..HI p. ni.lTrnln III, - - Mw p, m. iikvnim.iwvii.i.k poxT-nrrirr. Malls arrive unci nnd leave the ptisl-ofllce ns follows: Arriir. Vpurf. rnoM tup ft. vim Tim hast. J.l" p. tn. - - T.nn p. m.12.:fi p m. - - '!tp. m. NIHM TIIK K.ST. t oll Til K FST. soon, m. - - a.mi p. m.lM.t ii. in. --J.l.tjn. m. Arrives from titiicl mill 1'icsoiitt villi lt.:mn in. AitIm'" friini Pintle Tuesdays, Tliiinliiys imil Siitni-diivs nl '.'.:tn p. ni. Departs fur I'lrn'iili villi'. Itutlinicl, l'nnli' :i.(i p. in. Office liniir- T.in n. m. tnnnip. ni. Money inili-r ottloc open from .inin. ill. Iii 7.:mp. in. Iti-uNii-r ollli'' npi'ii friini T.inin. in. to M ini p. m. 1.1'icil lliillil...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 April 1893

Lire' Pilgrim, T.lke those who travel eastward through t lie ilny, We Journey on along Life's devloua wnyj llrhlnd us ench a shadow hastenetli, Anil suddenly, pre we are quite aware, l.o ! nt our sides presence mute Is there To I e our fellow to the door of death! Darker the path each moment grow find tlii'il At last Hie journey done. Night fall nunin; Anil with I he Hluulow we lie ilown to rent, A in) slumber peacefully upon i:ai til's breast. (!''. I. Slicrnnin, In Harper's Weekly. How Jim's Wife Went South, r.v ll. . i.i:i.m. Tt was at the Oglethorpe Club, in Siiviuiniili, ono evening nut long ng(. The quartet of men in tho big l):ijr window were throe of thorn olil iio quuiutaiiccs, although meeting (lint day In tho Kitithern city by accident. I'liiul was on his way to Puliitku to join lilt const survey j:t"iy ; (ioorgeson liml Iil'oii down nt Key Wont oh a collecting nip for tho National Mn. scum, uud was now on hU V:iy buck lo Washington ; Miitdlcbrook, a col. lego friend of 1...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 April 1893

Mdtcaa rto.irstio Animal. The ancient Mexican knew nothing of (be we of bessti of burden. Tbe llama n wild and iceminply utdcsitable lot dotneitlo purposes. From tho bison, sheep and goat the? dorive little or no benefit. The dog ha always beta a favored animal with tlie Mexicans, and hot been used as a beast ol burden to carry their tent and draw tbeir baggage, a among the lavage Comsnches of North America. In tbe day before Cortet nd hit conquering lioits invaded the Azteo Kingdom thenativei kept only tbe imall, dumb dog, which they fattened for the table. Tbe Spaniard introduced tiorned cattle and horse, wbicli Mibo quently trained wild, aud to this day vast herd and droves occupy the plains of Jaliico, Durango, Zicsteras and Chihuahua. St. Liuis lteimljlic. Hot a 1'allnre. Johnny GiM Is a youthful jhllov npher. He believes that life woiil.l be simplified If people would be con tent to do one thing at a time. The other ilay Johiiny va hard at work with taper ami pencil. His mothe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 April 1893

HAkTaTT Til (J i ill)' AIR. A SCIENTIST EXPLAINS HIS CHEM ICAL DISCOVERIES. !rnfrtnnr Dcwm' Kxitrrltiii'iitn MityTrnv trt fl tlie lrintiM Invpntliiiitlfin nf tlip Century lmvtrful ;iim Itrditfrri to .1 flnlit Ktnl. Tho Pull Mull Hiul '.-t. of l.oii. Ion Mil lislicil an inlci'vii v.' v. Nil l'rohviHiir .l.i .n Dnwnr on vlint ! fi'ii'VTiili'il ih 1i 'in;; "n pnvit scicniilii' di covciy," t'vit ;f mukiii'r lii'ii'l nir. l.i. v incinry t" I'm jnli'i . v I'l" rrti-'lo wiy 1 ;i :t "i'l ; l' ni'f.'i''! ii:i' of J "I'l'i ri "lit t : : ', . . iM.r v.imit t' i'i'' rwi.-iv.it foiil Mark nin'of 'll.' tno-t iln; ' TMIll ell 'lllictl (liv. ccnvni'M of tli ninrj." ll i; li 1 1 1'V sen nt i.-t Unit riiy way l'j li'pi li' 1 if tin' ii-i-siii-i' :tnii ijmIiI may In- '''. timvl ami a vi-si l of nlmcii-iit ntr-n Hi to wit liM.nnl tin1 jjiv.it, jir 1 ! ()l tin1 khxi's that m.y lo liiiii'fi'"l enr rioiiie nciil Kim lias lirvn I'i mail tolnMlio I'lioajioM nii'l ro.'uli 't la.-. !o, ami whilr it has liocn ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

mm VOUi.MK 1. KKYiNOLItSVILLK, I'UXX'A., WKIINKSIIAY Al'ltll. 1, 1IBW. NUMHUI! in. ASK FOR NewYowk. FINE CANDIES. IN SEALED PACKAGES AT H. ALEX. S OKE'S. HIK LKAD1MJ lkT(.ilST, Rcynoldsvlllc, Po. GENTLEMEN"! 1 inn positive that 1 have something ich in htini' for you if yo.; w call ;it ny tailor hhop. I Tin . n o, i :'.'. x- client sr!i I'tiiin of Spring end Summer Goods. l I ' H ) f ! i V. ' ' I ' illl'l . . ' I " 1 1 1 fc;uiul- til Ti'U r:!y. All M. '::J.i;u. ti Ini i.Tf. ct. ' ii.- I .!;.: . f t'.. : 'out. fiimilf 'i!il v.' i!; i . i. M. Mnpinv tli:ii I m:iy tvi-.'iv. ;i i T'l'ITllll'l Y.-'ir i.Vili, nf . J. G. FROEiiUGIl Reynolilavillc. Pa. f'Ncxt ilnnr.t-i lintel MeCimr.i'l1. LOOK ! FOR THE People's Bwm store. Quick Sales and Small Profits. (tfiuTMl stock ti!' Ladies' .nitl (ieiitlt'iiit'nV KnniisliiTit ilo)l and SIhh'k A. KATZEN, Propriotor. Tiie Man who wears Shoes waiitn, lirsi t)f all I, SHOES TO WEAR. He likes to look at 'em when they're ,oir, perhaps, ;nt he buys Vm t) wea...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS OTHfHOH BOMB AND ABROAD. What ! Qotng On the World Over. Important Events Briefly Chronicled. Farihnnke. Los Annans, I'm. since last Tuesday there hare been between 40 nitl M earth (nak shocks In Pico canyon, near New ball. Pico canyon ia In the Sin Fernando Mountains and is tin .enter of the oil region. VtrssA. Pervis suffered mmt from yesterday's earthquakes. Two villntres in the province of Svihijinnc were dotroyed. The chief judae wns killed at .lagodlna by hie home collapsing It Is believed that these earthquake are a continuation of the recent earthquake In Asia Minor, whereby the town of Malattla with H.noo houses, Vfns destroyed, and I'M persons perished. - . .In ill. Int. The Supreme "nurt at New Orleans de cided the, suit of the Ktnto Collector against the Boston and I'ickwlck clubs to compel them to take out a regular bar room license In favor of the Collector. The license fee it 11,000 a year. Nearly all clubs here run private. Clielci-n .lilvlr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

THE VIKING'S SHIP. A CltAFT A THOUSAND YKAIH OLD IS UNKAUTItED. For Centuries It lie-steal In m Nor wegian Tumulus A Kept-oil uct Ion Coming to the World' Fair. 7C BMALL ve-scl, the ciifct slmlll- tude of the oldest surviving , telle of tlie greatest immcn of J" the Middle Aic, will soou journey from New York by water through the Erie Canal and the lakes to Chicago, where will he exhibited this relic ot the punt. The vessel of which this ii an exact reproduction, mado by order of the Norwegian Government, in no rude affair, nlthmigii it In 10UU years .old. In its line lines, careful construc tion end exact finish we find much tint the best art of the shipbuilder has failed to improve. This craft herself may havo visited under her owner' command the whole north of Scotland, Ireland, and even Kogland. One just like her must have been tailed by Lcif Eriksson when he landed upon the cost of Vinland, pre figuring tho remarkable voyage now ftiado by the duplicato of the ancient hip. As to...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

n tV Star j ,S'n'i ii'.'' Vfiii ,' ' tl prr "till', Ill till 'nil''' . i ll 'il'll'ill'llltl'M' ti -l lllli'l'. lllill-,i'ii'lt'' v ! .. ill" 'I I'd 'II 'III' 'It I I's's I if Itl'Vll.l'lls'U'l. iin.l .li- Ti-' tti'i i'iitt v. Null i i'l' li'it'l. Ml ll-i"il itU -i )' li f l1' !!!"." llti.l iIMii'isii'rliilt.i. f. Ii'll.l iy 'OH ill ll 'In' 'ill in- III i'Iiiim. 1 1 P I-mi ii ii'i ' ."Miiii'i- viMir. Ill n. ii I'dlll'll'l"'.'!!' Illll! 'll'l'llltl'll fill' l It - lull inn-' In. ii i'iiihiiiIi'iI ly 'In wifip "i iniini', tii' f.l tl'lMI.'M lull III!' tin l "III! Jili'i'i' nf (n-llf:!1 I' In l"li'li IH'iVM I'l'lllx I'l'l.'l'i.il. . l' '-111' 1'1'i'm IIHIlll' KlIiI'VII nil I1ipll.;i tln'l 'I' III' il'li'i- 'II 1 llllllls MIlM'k. I.i'li rll' ' iiiilttiiltri' lull! mill I'lllliiL'l nl ll'l Umi.iui'II tliitlllil M'lll'll Mils Illt'l' I'V 1H.'IV IHI'ltl. .i.(- iill iti'i'itiiiili'itiliiim In C. A. Hii'tili- .H1-..111 lii'V'tnlil- vMli 111 . I'. il iii flu' iiii-iii'Iii nl lir) iiiiIiIm lll...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

Itc Star 8nh.wri ition tt.HO prr tritr, tit minuter. .'. A. DTKI'IIKflOli l'.dltr and I'lib. WEDNESDAY, APRIL I HIM. (Traveler,' OTuibr. Prissi'iurer triilti arrive at Hip Iteyitolil- Vllltl Still loll SS follllW: Knultrartl. H'mOwnf. TrnlnH. - St" a. m.lTritln I), - - n. m. Train I, - l.im p. m Train 3, 1.4 ! p. in. Train :i, - .m p. tn.lTmln la, M p: in. iikysoi.hsvii.i.k pintTHirriCR. M:ills arrive anil mill leave 1 1n piMl-nfllrt si follows: Artivt. IKIIM TIIF. WKST. MB p. 111. - ".I"' i. in. rilllM THK FAST. s.imn. in. - - 2." p. ni. Ih'itrl. Kin Tin: kst. I ; . - p. in. - - n.'iiip. in. Foil tiik wm. r.n u. in. - - i.i." p. in. Arrive friiin IE :it liint ami Prrsroltvlllc II K'u. in. Arrives from Panic Tuesiliiys. Tliiirilays iinil Saturdays hi i. in. Ili'pHl'l- fur ric-r'itl III)-. ICatlllui'l, Panic" :t.ip. in. nilli'i' luiiir T.im n . in. In mm p. in. Miilirv eolrr oflli'e open fimn 7 ' a. in. lo 7.:iap. hi. ICi-kMi r nlllri. open fniin J.il a. in. In h.i nip. n. I.i itnl l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

The Henrt of the Tree, AH AMIOH PAY SOSO. What does he vlnnt who plants a treef Hp riant a friend of nun and sky t He plants the flsa; of breeies freei The shaft of beauty, towering high ; He plnnta a home to heaven anlli For iond and nsother-eroon of l)lrd In hushed and happy twilight heard The treble of heaven' harmony These thing he plant who plant a tree. What dor he plant who plant a trect He plant cool shade and tender rain, And eed and bud of day to he, And years that fade and flush again; II plant the glory of tho plain ( lie plants the forest' heritage) The harveat of a coming age; The joy that unborn eye hall lee These thing he plant who plant a tree What doe he plant who plant a tree? He pl .nt, In sap and leaf and wood, In love of home and loyalty And far-cat thought of civic good Hi blessing on the neighborhood Who in tho hollow of Ilia hand Hold all the growth of all our land A nation' growth from sea to ea fJtlr In bla heart who plnnta a tree. H. C Hunner, In the Cent...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

V, WARCn, APRir. A5D MAi t the Tim fa Catarrhal Pynriili-TIi Rlaa Mast t'lraaaed. Th symptoms of catarrhal dyspepsia re : Coated tongue, pain or heavy feeling In the atomach, tour stomach, belch inn of Kas, dizzy head, sometimes headache, des pondent feelings, loss of appetite.pnlpitntion of heart and irregularity of the bowels. For this condition I'e-ru-na it found to be n admirable remedy. In all cases it brings prompt relief to the painful symptom, and In a large per cent, of the cases it makes a permanent euro. I'e-ru-na soothes the in flamed mucus surface, and thus strikes nt the root of the lisene. In cases where the Inflammation hns been s severe and con tinued as to produce extreme Irritability of the siomnch, the remedy may be taken in i mall does nt first, diluted in water; but i as soon as the Improvement Is sufficient to permit the full doe to be taken undiluted, it is a better wny, and the cure is much more rapid, re-ru-im is a!s a fpriiig medi cine which at once remove...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 April 1893

Tbfl Antlffr of th Hlnr. Tlie old typo of anhT, m-cording tfl Balrnc, wn silent, meditative and crusty. His dencendunt is, on the con trary, loqiiii'-inns, i-luscly oWtvant u' nvrrytliitiK but his fly and linn and care lewily unliable. Who wnnld have dared nddrefs tin? ho.-j-y and rn j-eiied Ticrre when in the net if landing for h really nsel to land Boiin;t!iiii elo liesiilcs tad pole and old boot or when cajolinK with ft Ash from hi time honored cornel ITi n ' -1 : i T i'.n- IVnt. Kiiv,:i.' No ,h 1 ven ture to nay. but tho fliiirp tonirucd gut ter tirrliiu Hi.-iy rli'ifi' tiie .n e-iv yel im prliurliaii'o iiuiiviiii,.,! vin lin.s mu'ceeci i:d him, and, what ii more, he receive'! 11 return volley of repartee i;;iniilied with pnnn. i Old I'ii-rre. v.''m) win iivrint'i mi" if tho be;t l;-ie.vn l:--. ur .1 ye-.r-t h-"-!; on tiie tjuayt. !!. .il.l:i--t 'l, ili'i.l s.iel MiptH'd ' li l.i-t t.il;e.-. ( t S. i'.i" Ii h, v, 1'n ii Were mostly dace, tirp, iiarliels and tench. )u' iiad a Var...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 April 1893

VOLUME 1. KKYXOLDSVILLE, PKXX'A., WEDNESDAY APRIL 2fi, HW3. NILMItEK r0. itiitlvont (Time frtlU-o. I Ki'AI.o. KiM'llKKTKH ,v PITTS- huim;h railway. Tin- Omrt Mm' ln-nni-n Miiltol-. Itltk'Uliv, llrnilfoiil, ti lit itirtiM-ik, lliilltilii. ,irlii-strr. Miiiriiru I'tiltH mid points In tin upper oil ri-xlf in. on mill nfii'f .Nov. i:iili, K2. pii-.-iii-cnr tniln w lit m-rlve nnrt ili-pnii from lnlli Creek slut Inn, dully, i-xrcpt Miiil:iy, n- fol low: fllO A. M. Hrndfol-rt Ai-i-nnimiwliitlon- Vi points North between I-'iiIIm t'lfl-k mill Itt-nilfoi-il. 7:li ll. in. inlM-tl tinlli for I'liniitnwiicy. lO or.A.M - lliitriilomid Hix-liciti-r ninll-1 or llrm-kwuv villi-, Klili;mi.v..liiliiisoiiliiii'ir,Mi. .Irwi-H. Itruilfm il, Sultiiiiiinrii, liiirl'iilo mill KiN-lii-Hti-r; i-otini-rtllitf lit .Inliitmintiilt-tf wlili I'. tc K. train :i, fur Wilcox, kmiu, Warren, l orrv iinri r.rii-. 10:&f A. M. Ac-i'iMiiiiHuliilliin- I'or lliillols, Mvlii-H. Ullf Itllll lllirl rilll-lslltll-A lll-V. 1:...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 April 1893

LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS BOTH FROM BOMB AND ABROAD. III Going On the World Over. Important Event Briefly Chronicled. . . Wastitaeten News, Congressman Springer, ol !lHnoi, is rrlj' -d with having secured another posi tive ruling from the adinlnist radon, this time from l'Astniaster General Blsaell. Mr. Ppringcr if said to linve put the c In till manner: "I understand, Mr. Postmaster Iteneral." he said "thst you have I-IT-miued lo rctun Kepuhiirnii I'o-tiiiiistng t lie lull term of (our yea's when nothing can lie proved attninxt their character nr ability. Hut eiipfmse ihn n postmaster uptiinti-d liv Mr. Harrison erved three years and died, find a Bcpublirnn successor was appointed, will this man be allowed to aerve fmir yen re, dating from ilie Issue i I the oriuljinl com mission, or will he he allowed to nerve four years dating from the issue of hi own com mission?" "He will leHllowKl." 'aid Mr. Bis ell. elnwlv nnd positively, -'to nerve out four years of It is own." Internal Itev...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 April 1893

A FINR RXIIIIIirioiV OP VVllK Hit Kir ANIMALS. lhc Greatest Collect i.trt r1 Pure-lire I Hiilwn, Cm Hp, Sheep, Swine, l'oultry ami ling Kvrr Hot. nil Together. l-efimiivii i..ii I atock exhibit nt the I 1 Wor,,', Klir- I J (Milfiijo II em lit TfTfit the World's Fair li to Moi k ex- ,,,hlt w,n hu ""' jrentest collection of pure-lire I mil. mill ever droiiuht t'jitlir i KtrniTJilly roncpdnd. When it lii'i'Hinu known fe'-7 Hint ttic exposition authorities would in clude a live stock feature in the general exhibit the interest nf nil tlm primripnl breeders in tliu world vns nrousod. The triumph cnine when the exposition man atjrcrs ayri'inl to exclude from the World' Fair everything except regis tered Mock. Since thi decision wns made all the principal breeding nssoein lion in thin country, and nmny of those in Kutnpe, hnvu been working harmo niously to make the Worlil' Knir live tork exhibit pcctles of it kind. Al though iliu apace, i lare it curly evident t lint tlm liva stn-ik exhibi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 April 1893

it Star. Hiilwrlptiim tl.RO per tnir, in mlrunrt. All lliili'i'iiili'lit lix-itl )ilT, rnililHii'ilt'Vi'ty Wt'tlni"'l:iV III HiyiltiIilivlHi, .li'fTi'ru'll I'd. I'd., iIi'ViiiimI to till ltitnnitH of Kt'yiinliliirllli' mill .It'lTiTsuiH'iiiiiily. Nnti-ttiilltlriii. will lii'tit nil with fiiliiii'sN, nml will lii'KsiM'i'liilljr fili'itil ly ImMirtl till' liilmrttiit i'Ihmm. HiiIihitI il Iimi irli'n(I..HiH'ryi'nr, In lulvnm'i. riiiiiiiiiinlralliitis liili'iuli'il for niilillrntliin tiiiiMi Im' iiiviiittimiili'd Iit ilu wrlti'r' ntmii mil fur nnlillrnllnn, tint nit it (ninranti't nf giNHl fiiltli. liiti'rt'itlnK tit'Ws lli'lni millrllwl. AiIvim IIsIiiij riitH miiiU- Iiiiiiwii ml appllm tlnn HI tin ttltli'n In ArnnlilV llltirk. I.i'tnrltlv I'oiiiiiiiinlriilliiiiN nml rhtiinrn w nilviMllsi-'itii-iilH nliinilil rrnrh this ofllrx liy Monthly niNin. Aililii'oH nil I'linmiiiiili'iilliin tut. A.flcili oifim. Hi'Viiulilivllli, Ph. KiiIitihI Hi llii mi"IiiIIIim nt Ui'yniitilrllli', la., nt Nt'i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 April 1893

NubucriptUm S1.60 jmt year, in mlvtinrr. ft. A. KTKPHKSJNO, F.dllor and Pnfc. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 189.1. Trntrler' OTutbt. I'ssmmikit train arrive nt the Kiiynolils fllle station as follows: Rnttwitrti. MTvimmf. TnilnH, - - (1.47 a. m.lTrnln 0, - -T.4tin. m. Triiln I, - I. mi p. m. Train 'J. - 1.4-J p. m. Train 3, 8 ,V p. m.lTrnln 10, - - H 4H p. ni. Iirrxoi.iwvii.i.n rosT-ornra. Malls arrive and and leave thn pnst-enVr-a follows! Arrive. VpfiW. rmm Tim was-r. ron tmr kakt. I. IS p. m. - - 7.m p. m 112. nip m. - - (l ?np. m. miiK th mT, I rim Tim wsst. 0ii. in. - - t.m p. m.M.1 h. m. - - I. is p m. Arrives fnim Kiitlimi'l anil I'n-si-iitt villi- II . : n. m. Arrives fnun I'ltnlr Tiit-stlnys, Tlmriliiys mill Stitnriliiy hi 4:m p. m. ay Ix-partx for I'nwotl v III,-, ltuthtiii-l, Punic a hiii. in. Klflce hours "on n. m. liiMOp, m. Money nnli-r ollli-i- om-ii fnun 7.'n. m. In 7.:mp. m. Ki-Kltt-r eltli-i-opi-n from 7. mi u. in. to H.mi p. ni. I.i-iml Holidays from 7.fl tnn.m n. m. nnil 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. — 26 April 1893

. Tenderness. ; Rot unlo every heart li (lotl'i Rood pi ft Of simple tenderness showed; we meet With love In many fashions whan we lift -First to our lips life's wsters bitter-sweet. l.ove comes upon us with restless power Ofrtirh'ess passion, and Willi headstrong will It piny nrnnnil like April'! breeze and shower, (irraluily Hows a rapid strcsm and atl 11. It rnnies with blessedness unto the besrt That welcomes It aright, or, bitter fate! It wrlnirs tlie hoaoin with o tierce a stnsrt, That love, we cry, Is crueler than hnte. And then, ab ni", when lo?o has ceased to bliss ur broken hearts cry out for tenderness. We long Tor tenderness like thnt w 111 eh bung AIhmiI un, lyliiK on our mother's breast I A selllh feelluir, tint no pen or tongue ( an praise aright, elnre silence lna it brst, A love, a far removed from passion's beat As from the clilllnras of ha dying Arc; A love to Icnn on when the falling Iwt lli'liln to tntter, and the eres to tire. In youth's bright heydey hottest l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 April 1893

Sapentltlsna About Efte. The ancient Finns believe that tuystlc bird laid nn cjrg on the lap of Valmalnon, who was to hutch It In his bosom. Hut he let It fall and It broke, the lower portion of the shell forming the earth, the upper the sky, the liquid white became the moon, and the yelk theun, while the little frauments of broken shell were trans formed Into stnr. KnirlMh and Irish nothers tell their children to push thnlr spoons through the bottoms of effff shells after finishing their meal, "or else the witches will make lioats of them." In France a similar cus tom prevails, but the reason assigned Is that the magicians formerly used tga shells In concocting their dia bolical witcheries. There re in foreign land, Americas Rilstioasrits, their wives find asttstanti to the following number Presbyterians, 1817;Baptists,1860; Congregslionalist, S980; Methodists, .1733. frrrTrl rhlraao. rVrmrsto W.o.h-i.-i- K-4-i ii ami ti Irttrrs to npcll m many word a you ran ly linlnu the Irtfrr a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 April 1893

MOTIAMME DANISM. A RELIGIOUS SOLUTION OF TH!I SOUTHERN NEGRO PROBLEM. fltlch, It In Sn::-ttft1t Mny fhn Timclilit:; i of MnhnimiUMl WflU l'rnvo Knmottilr.;; About tlm Ui'UkIoiih of Otlirr Laml. lliHlilhlftm nntl II hiilootMil A vrry nttilnlilf n"l lovnVilr vwi, Mr. Molinniniprl Vi'll, in this cnmitvv looking ovor tlio field to (li'ciilc whcthi nr not Iho Unit .'1 Stiitm is n rirormsiir, field for thn exploiting of tho Mohnm mrdnn faith. Ho dors not undertake to mukn proselytes to liis relijrfon without giving Iho faiths nlrendy in the field fnir notice of his prolmhlo intentionti. This is certainly reasonable, though it is more than we of tho Christian lmrchea do when we send missionaries to India and Central Asia. The Mohammedan rii gion has probably 133,000,009 b(.'li , rn and has many very charming foatm-os. There are objections to it likewise that we shall not nUemit to defend. It is truo that in our highly civilized land we do not prohibit a man from marrying fonr or five times...

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