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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 May 1893

0 VOLUME 1. KEYNOLUSVILLK, PKNN'A., WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 1893. NUMBER r,2. r 1 r $100.00 GIVEN AWAY This is no Lottery Scheme, but a donation of 8100 to my cAiptomem ' I will give you a Ten Cent Money Order with each two dollars1 worth of goods mr chafed at my ptore, and when ten of thope money orders nra presented by any one per son I will cash them, paying 81.00 in silver or currency for them or when you buy 81.00, or more, worth of goods at one time I will ac cept them an ho much cash towards paying for same. I want everybody to avail themselves of this offer. . Yes, this is the place to Save you money ! BUY FOR CASH, SELL FOR CASH, at prices surprising to every body. New York RACKET STORE. REYXOLDSVILI.E, PA. N.HANAU. Though quality is the best. We make the statement for the benefit of those who are not our customers, and so may not know it: Our pricks MAKE CUSTOMERS OF ALL WHO COME. ",. 1 A full line of . -Dress Goods, ' The Best and Cheapest ever brought to Reynoldsville. A full l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 May 1893

THE GREAT NAVAL PARADE IN THE NEW YORK II AH BOB. A Bight That Will Never 0 Forgotten. Americana Not With Prld the Fin Bhowlng Made Br Our fleet. At the New York (Juarniitin Wednesday morning the International fleet assembled for the naval review, the ships of which as they mllpd In out of the mists of the dny lie fore looked like si tunny phantoms, were In the glorious sunshine nf Dili morning bright and majestic realities, representing the sovereignty of 10 nation and the grim Idea nf International fraternity. It wa shortly af'er il o'clnrk when Ad miral tihriardi llatrxh ip gave the preli minary signal tn break onchor mid to lull into line. I he start made mi promptly that thousands of spectators vim had gath ered tn witness the spectacle from the Nave. Ink Highland nd l he height or Kurt Wadsworth, and other point of advantage on staten Inland, hml hardly tak'd up i -tion helnre the gun nf I-cut 1 1 u m i lion am! Fort Wadsworth boomed their welcome to lie advancing fleet. The 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. — 3 May 1893

SUJiZ CANAL ixi'iviiF.Vris.'J :ikoi.ipt.oi or A WO.NDKIltX'li WArKllWAV. It Is 100 .Win l,nnit-)evril Thou anil Hollars Toll on Unit Ves sel How HhlM Pas Kaeli Other In Km l.'atial. pmgqtlR following so- count or a visit to tli (anion waterway which was therrnwn 1 11 if e n g I n c e r I ti g achievement of Fit tlinmiil iln I.csseps I taken from tliu note Imnk nf Mr. Allen, of HitlTxIo. N. Y. Ir V tmvo Jut come tlirmii;h the perilous Ned Sea, with it hank of Sit '1 m " i A ftTKAMKR PAIXO A IIOI!iK I10AT OH TUB rHf (ryini liiilc ul lirown, yrur nml Jul low. We he pnici here ami them n Imitl nr A reef, icnrct-ly vmlhlo except by the eilJy of the wnter net in inotion by ivir Rtemncr. Tnere re ii(h of re lief at no enter Jnlml 8t-iti' into the Onlf of Sue. We can now ut timei veu both iliorci ami have pnweil the inott iluiiu'crom part of nnr Journey. It U three ilays ilnce wo hmi,1 tlirou jh the Straits nf It ill cl Mm. Id), at which point our Osptiiin hail tiiken hia poat on tlio brl.i...

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

i ITIic Star. Siilinvriiilimi tl.t'O )r year, in atlrnnvc. An ltiilt'ii'titli'r,l Im'iil iiiiht. iulillilii'ilivi-j n tlltllMII V III lflyilllllliYltll, .ll'ITI'I'llltl I'll. mum- i in iiiii ii 1. 1 ,i uri iiiiHiHviiiii nnil .li'iri'iiiini'iMinl v. Niiii-iHillili'ii). will in nl nil Willi HUtlll", llllll Will IM'lHt'll' Il llMlll' ly limiinls tin1 Itiltttrltiir Hum. HtlllMfTlnt loll ltt-lll.&llMi vi-lll III nilvniii'i ('iilllllllllllriltliill Inti'liili'lt fur lilllillrillliill nut.,1 li iiiiiimiili.il liutl.ii u.i.l not fni iMililli'iiilim, Inn' im n iiiiiiiiititi, nf Hni'i run n. niii'trniim iiioah Iti'in Millrltvil. Aiivprtisiii' rnt4 mmli kmmti nn iippHm tlon hi I hi- utile In Arnnliln' lllm k. I.i'iiuliiv riuiitmiiili'iillntH imil rliitniri of nuvtrtiHiiiiiiiti nliinilil rvnvh till tilltri lijr Momlnv iiimiii. Aililti'm nil foiiiiniinli'itllimK lot'. A. Hli-pli- viiuhi, iirj iiniiiMviiir. i n, Kiili'nil in I ln p.sl(illli'o ni UV-fimlilsvllli, Til., II HIM'lllltl flllNH itu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 May 1893

"tAt Star Subtterifitinn $1.60 jut jfrtr, il mlriinrr. '. A. aJTHPIIKN", lidltor and I'nb. WEI- VVY. MAY.1, l, I'lwninr train nrrlvo at the Itr-ynnlds-vllle station n follow: Etwtwartl. Westward. Train , - B.47 n. m.lTriiln 1. - -T 4nn.m. Triiln I. - l.M p. m. Train S, - I 42 . m. Trnlnl. ll-Vip. m.lTriiln H), - - s.lsp.ni, RRTKOl.tlSVIM.E POST-OFFICR. MnlU nrrlvennd and leave the post-office n follows: Arrive. ltrpiiri. ' FROM THI WEST. FORTH! EAST. I. 1.1 p. ni. - - T int p. m.U.:iO p. m. - - ,ip. m. FOIIM TDK T.KT. Foil Til K WKST. ,non. m. - - l.m p. m.?.t.1 n, m. - - 1.1.1 p. m. Arrive from Kiithmel mid Present tvllle II. nnn. m. Arrive from Pnnlr Tuesday, Tlitirdny mill Hiiturdiiys lit !.:) p. m. Depart for I'remnttvllle, Itiillimi'l, I'nnle O.imp. tn. OflVe hours 7.0JI n. m. tos.lw) p. ni. Money order oHIee open from T.Wn.ni. to ?.:mp. m. Itt'tflster otlleu ohii front 7.Wii. ni. to s.tm p. m. I.eitiil llolldnv from ".( totUO n. m. nnd from li.011 to 3.ii) p. in. J. V. KorsT, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 May 1893

V A Rnrby Say to Joan." ''Well, now, the tun't power o' beitl Tht tap's a-runnlng stronR I stopped In with the boys bit There, at I come ulomr; The cowslip twsinp n budded thl:k With now ami then one blown I fetched a couple In my but" At Darby says to Joan. "We'll have the rattle out to grass Come Pass-day, t il be bouml: Hour how the crceters stamp and low Soon nit they mile II the grown If It's time to rake the irsrdln oil And sot a l)onH re koIu' ; Tlan out the lied to milt ye, wife" At Darby says to Join, "It seems wnth while, a diy like this, JeV to ha' wintered thru ; I Teel the aim rlenr to my soul, Old ns I be, I lo. Slebby it would look awkward-like To Ret to Hrsven alone t I'd full as lives slay on a spell" As Darby ssys to Join. "Yon ain't forgot the old side porch. Hack wbar theiriipi'vliic hunt? They think Folks didn't court and klM When rue anil you was young! Jes' such another likely d ay The parson made us one" As, hitching up his chair a bit, Darby nays to Joan. Do...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 May 1893

Women are tlll rotsted for witchery In pats of Itnly. SPRING MEDICINE fs needed by nearly everybody to purify tho b nod, olcanse the system of the winter' seen miiimlnn of Impurities, and put the whole body In rrood condition for the kumnirr. riuch Universal satisfaction ha Hood's Sarsaparilla Riven for this purpose that It I the mod sue. i-esefnl and mwt p.ipular Spring MerlL Cine. If yon feel wek and tired, Hood's Har mparl.la Is Just whnt you need to restore your tt length and make yon feel prrfeetly well. The fnllowlnt: In from Hon. W. S. Warner, a tvntlcman hifli'y esteemed by all who know h m: " I enn truly my thnt I consider Hood' far. tapardla the bent medicine fur purifying the blood. It did me kooiI when physician nr.d 0 her medicines fat cd. It fans Increased my Hood'Sr-iCures ap elite and seemed to renew my youth. This I absotirely Hue." W. M. WAiiSKit, Fond du Lac, Win, llnnri'a I'M, rure all l.iver Ills, Mil I. .unless, Jaundice, Iiiillio-atlon, HH-k llrnilai-he. fill ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 May 1893

Wlijr Tnoplo I)lllk Ttoob Affent. "What is there nbont n book nKi'nt or porldler of nny kind 1 H o distaste ful to thn ordinary ckizen of todiiyV" laid Martin Colo. "Tlio efforts of these peoplo to mtilto a living is consilient ions, lind I niA poaitivo there is no work v. the face of tho earth that is half m wearisonio or fohI trying ns this on -thing of canvassing hooks. sThere is tin tBtisfaetion in it nnd not even n k"1 living. Every ono turn with diwnst from tho hook np-nt. rrnlmMy it I: becanso jieonlo cnnnot hrook imythtng rmtsido of the regular lines of tr.ide. Thoy prefer to hav thinK in their pro per places books in n book store, candy in a candy storo and tho liko throughout tho lonjc list of earthly artieles that we nse. Tlien they want tho stores close at hand, so that they can rush out and secure what they want, paying spot cmh for it. "These nre what people" term 4ho le ritimate lines of trade, nnd thev nre. Then when a peddler arrives, the mer chant or tho ordinary c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

JIJ4-V. 1p 3 VOLUME 2.' !i:VXGJ,DSVlLLi; I'KXX'A., WEDNESDAY MAY-10, 193. NUMtill 41 V ynllvtiV (Time Cubic. H'f-'Al.O. K(,''IIKSTKU tV IMTTS. wuuii HAiiAVAY. The short IIiim between linltols. Itldirviiy. Itnidford, Sn Isim:i lu-ii. I i 11 1 I . Hih Ih -ii Minima I'iiIIh nnd iioliiis in the upper oil re vlon. (Mi iiml after Nov. IMili. imi-.'. Ii"'7 irer trains III arrive nnd 1 fmm lull" t'reck sliitloti, dully, except ."midiiy, fol- .,A A M !..,., I..wl . .., ,til I Imi- Tor it't-lt mill points' Ninth between lull- (n-tk lliwlfoiil. 7:lii ii. in. mlvcd tnilii fur 'IIIINsinnwney. alonnrl Ifoenesier mini rnr ItriK'kWIIVVll Jewell, I (t-aci f t-cl . 1 ii !-: . Ilnlfnlo anil i VVI I'. K I irtlV..lunilr.inli'iii;,.Mi. .lewcu, lu-aoioi-ii. .-n iiiiiiiiiii ii. ..,.... Itnchcster; iiiiiii'tliiii lit .lohiisniilinrit Willi I'. ft K. train a. fur Vll.-o.. Kane, i . I .!.. 10:5 A. M.-Aeeiitmnodatlon-Vnr Illinois, Svkrs, Illir Him mid Piiiix-iitiiwury. 1:901'. M.-ltradfoid A.Toniniodntlon lor ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

WORLD'S FAIRS OF THE PAST. BIBTOHY OF ALL. THE CHEAT Industrial Exposition Blnce th Ideft W Launched Over Forty r Ago. (Wit for being th originator of world 1 fairs must be awarded to the line Prirce Albert, consult of Jticen Vic oria of tireat Urilnin. The first wo'ld'B fair was held in the Crystal Palace. London, in I8M. nn.l it was I Vine AMiert who suggested the enter f itipc ntl helped lr"lv lo make it ft suc cess, ihr totnl number of exhibitor was 1.1.li?7. of whom 40(1 were Americnns. The mripu M llir gates amounted to 1 1,780,000 and Ihf net protils were tTVi.iKiri. In IHM international exhibition were lield at lluhlin and New York. I her wi re 4.1'M.l cxhthilnrs at the Inner, more than tialf ol whom were foreigner. The rereipn were only tHio.Ooo. and ihere win a loss of :mK).' Homer Oreelev, who win one of the directum, while on a visltto I'nris. was arrested br our of the Kronen exhibitors for damages incurred to his exhibit. In 1".' Paris I. eld in exhibition, in which ih...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

i STATE BUILDINGS. HOW ROMR flTATF.) ARK RRPBR. BRNTKD AT TIIR RIO KAMI. New York nnd Pennsylvania's Strik ing Structures- Virginia's Hep. rrsentntlon of Mnurt Vrrnnu Other Htnte Hill. icings. " Mont of thn Htnten nre represented it the Columbian Exposition iiif'hicngo by Htntn bnilditig. Fuch contains tonie feature of peculiar interest. New Vork. Tho New York Stiitn building is of j mhatnntint design, appropriate for tint offlrinl hcndqnnrtcrs of ono of the old tst nnd wealthiest States in tin- Union, the) building i" i the style of tin' Itnl Inn Itciiaissiiiifc, a villu in character, rectangular in form, approached on the ninth lv n flight of fourteen steps, lortv-six feet wiile, Riving access, to n (rand terrnee, fifteen ly ility feet trom which tin Inggiii. or open vesti tmle, forty-six feet by sixteen feet lix inches in reneheil. The semi-circular porticoes, cast nnd west, Imve n ilinmeter of II fly feet in the form of nti cxedra. nml the un covered portion, fnrniHheil with the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

Sulm riiilioii tt.RO per (nir, in dffritnir. An liiili-fMMHli'iit Icfiil pniH-r, iiiiIiIMiimI nrnrjr Wnltiixiliiy nl Hi'yniililKvlllt, .Ii'ITim-mih Cii. !'., (li'vnli'd In lhi In 1 1 k nf l(iyniiilvlll nml .It'iriT-Minriiiiiilr. Niirt-rmlllic'iit. will trriit all with fnlrmvw. nml KlIllH-i'NiM'rliilly frlrml ly IowiihIh iIik lnlrltiK i'Iiiw. HiiIh'iIiiIiiii prti-r fl.lVtMr yt-nr. In nilvniirp. I'mntiiiiiilrnlliint Inli-tiili'il fur iinlilli'iillim mutt. lip nrriitiiimnU'd hy llio wrfli-r'n iiiiiiir, not fur inililli'iillon, lint n n mitiriinlfp of giHid fullli. Iiitinllii now Iti-tin ulli'ltpil. Ailvprtlalnir rnto niiulp dniiwn mi niillrii tlon Bt lllpotllrp lit ArimlitV IIIimI. I.rnulilr I'oiiiiiiiiiilciillonn mill I'liiinitn nf Bilvoillwmi'hln nhinilil rimrli till iilll. ii liy MomlHr itiMiii. Aililrow nil I'liiiitiiiinli'HlImm to ('. A. Htppn ennti. Hi'viiiiIiiIIIk. fit. KlllPITll Hi llll HMllllHi-t nt Hi-yiinlilKvllli", Piim n mM'iitiil rlntM mull mutter. C. A. rrHPIIKIsnN, ICil...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

ft fT- qritc Star,, Subneriplinn tl.RO ;rr .V'tr, in oifrnnir. !. A. MTKPilKNftON. Killlor mill I'ub. WEDNESDAY. MAY 10, 1HII3. etramlrr' VJuiKr. I'imrnitpr trnln nrrtvn Ht thn Itcvnolilii- Villi) station fllllllWHI Eii f lira iil. Trnln , - (1.47 . m. Tmln I, - l.im p. ni. Train :i, . - fl vi p. m. Wetlinml. Trnln (I. - 7.40 ft. m. Trnln i, - I t.' p. m. Tmln I", - - s.4 p, m. RKTKOl.tlSVII.I.R TIWT-OrriC. Mali arrive and nml Irava Hip post-office ns follows: Arrive. Drpnrl. rnilH THK MT, rilllTIIK KAflT. I. 15 p. m. - - 7.nn p. ni.H.:xp. m. - rl.'jnp. m. mm tiir rT. roil tiir t. HOon, in, - . g.im p. m,Mfl n, in. - - I, in p, m . Arrives from Hiitlmicl and I'rcsi'iittvllln II. :kiii. hi. Arrive, fnmi I'nnle Tiiendnys, Tliiiriliiy mill Hatiiriliiy nl l.:m p. m. Departs for I'rescollvlllp, Itut timet, Vault .limp. ni. ilflce hours T on n. m. tiiN.no p. m. Money order nltlce os'ii frnin 7.111. ni. In .:nii. ni. Hcitlstcr oflh-c open from T.im n. m. to s.im p. m. I.einil llolldiirs fr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

Bear Brsrely, He it I II, sad heart; . fill on thy muk amid the crowded street, And lot thy tin ll felicitous snd sweet. With feigned calm these curloui face greet, Who careth fur the smart? lie strong, my heart Though wondrous aad, thou owest the world a smile, To see It happy should thy grief hegultei I-ovos, hopes and Joy) surround thee all the while Wherein thou besrest part. He brave, inv heart ; Karb se ton's sweeping bath Its silent song; To nlgbt alone the silver stars belong. And right grows ever mightier than the wrong In deed ami act. tie patient, heart ; Blessings come sweet to those who ne'er were blest, And brief the days, a little spin at best, Till ray less, deep. Irrevocable rest, Kternal peace impart. -J. It. Parker. HETTY'S REVENGE, "Molly Cuminitiif a, you may coino out hero lu ma," A black-eyed girl in the thlrtl sent In llio second low of tho liillo log achoolhouse ai'oso promptly and walked to tho Icaclioi's ilask. Tlio tcnclior stood u . Slio ktepped around t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

I5ntt-rf.l mill Rose. "How t!o roil keep t'mt Imltrrflj finttirinR aiounil that ros??' "Very nH;ly, wlion yon 1 now bow," wag die reply maile t tli ininilrv "You we Una ia on imitation rnm nn l an imitn t.o:i Imtteiflr. The ro.-o is inailo of pijor ii ml the strin it n metallic tulip. Tl ii turn! exttmls aliirlitly hryoml the eta a of the flower. The other rml of if. ia ftntt"ne(1 like tlin innntlipierc of o I'iiK'i ao that it u.n msily he lieM in llio tuniith. Two sinnll Imttrrflp nro fastitu 1 tn n Mii tll e!iler-p;t''h Imll ly tnratis of averv lino wir.-. I y lining the ball ilirrtlv over the tube mul peiitly lilonitijr. tliiotiftii tho tube the I nil ia anapenJeil in thn nir cin-1 tho lintterHliu have the appearance of rlnt trr.ns ronml th'i rose. The ell'n pro thiceil is very surprising. Vt conrre, tho nir must bo blown tlir.ii(jh very rrpnlarlv. This is the sntne priucipltt Unit make an ftrp-t-lifll or a liyht eork I all remain in e piili! rinm nt the top :I l Jet of water." S...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 May 1893

ii AT THE "SOO" JUNCTION. Til. Tnthrllr T.nmrnt nf n I nthor MTwf. Pun Hr.H Awnv I'rom llomr. ' TTio timo vim n mil (Vtoln-r after noon. Tim I'.V.re vr.'.f n lonely Junction trait Ins! tihm'I in n". lt :-n ? '"iclii : in. I.f f !i - l- ::'!'. V m l1'1 in ".--turn -ln('icrt" mill n v -1 1 1 -;( cpi'.'Vi-l '-n'l:iii;"'il luimn n.wiu youmr in.in tlio citv. Ai.ii . . i-imi.;.i ", ;.' 4.... nl'ont cix fi'ft. loner, nn n truck nntnoV. P(r)i!H tl'ft riljrlit I'.-ivi" 1 vr-ii c:i!l"'l 'the prorci-ti." Tll'T'' lM l'O Wore lll'r:..1;'.t" JllllCI' tll'lTl the Sinlt Ktr. M:iri Jtiiicttnn. mul il vn'i r-'lnin'f t'int iiftci-'inoii. There i n dii-ty little station. nnl tho trnin ilis pntchcr's liono n our piiIp of the liuiiii track. Opii"iti is n di'fscrtcil K ailrin. There 1m liiMliinif rl- to lie "en. In unminor tlio coininiincft flowers slum the iput. Tlio t till mnn tvitu tlio crniioon his hat wit liHiViiiK '-lit nt tho box on tho truck. Tho vomer coMii'icrcinl trnvelor cr nilviuico B'jront, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 May 1893

lie VOLUME 2. KKYXOLDSVILLK, PKXN'A., WEDNESDAY MAY 17, 1893. NUMBER 2. f? 71 1'tUvcin.ti f line Ciililk'"o. 1 rKr'AI.O. HOTTIKSTKU A- lTlTS- HlKlill RAILWAY. The short lliii iH'tni'i'ii 1'iiltoK Uldt'ivny, llrndfonl, :ilnmaiH-a, ItiitVatM. KiM-lti.tcr, Niagara Viilli" iiikI points In II"1 upper nil region. (in mill after Nov. :illi, 102. passen ger Ii-iiIiih w III nrt-lvc and depnrl from l-'alls t'reck station, ilully, except .Sunday, iih fol lows: TilO A. M. ttniilfonl A ininiodnllon-l-or point North between Kails (reck mill llniiirmil. 7:l." a. m. mixed iraln fur Punx-siittiwnov. 10:OAA.M.--IliitTiilnnnrl Hochcslcr mull 1'nr ilns-kwiiy villc, llil iy,.liilninliirtt, M I . Jewell, lfiiiilfnid, falaniiini-a, llnlTali) anil Itis-hcster; connecting nt Johiisoiiliiirg Willi V. Hi K. Iraln :i, fur Wilcox, Kane, Warren, furry anil Krlo. 10:55 A. M.- Accommodation I'nr Duliols, Svkcs, lllii Hun mill I'unxsufnwncy. 1:201'. M. llrailfonl Accommodation For Hoechllcc, ItnH'kwa.vvlllo. Kllmon...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 May 1893

World's Columbian Exposition Bird's-Eye View Looking East. Art. Illinois. Woman'!. THE FAIR FULL-BLOWN. CHICAGO NOV PREPARED TO ENTERTAIN THE WORLD. Her Colombian Exposition a Polyglot Tlty With Over 100,000 Inhabi tant and a Municipal (Sovernment Sights That Thrill the Visitor Midway Plalaanoe. A little over two year ago the (rite of the World's Columbian Fair at Chicago was practically a wild marsh. To-day It contains several hundred building, and Piroctor Gfnerol Pavis estimates the wealth repre sented by the buildings and exhibits as some thing like 1SO,000.000. Fifty Nations and thirty-Hewn polonies are represents. Added lo t'liese are the United States Oovernment and the various ijtntes and Territories o( the Union. Roughly speaking, the grounds contain six hundred acres. They are a mile long and bout halt a mile broad at the widest part. ni The distance from the Tiiddle of Chicago is (even miles. One side of the grounds runs aloug tho great lake and the other side faces hundr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 May 1893

GUERNSEY CATTLE. EX-virK-PKKsinrcvr siortov MAtiMIFK KMT IIKIil). Most Costly llnrn Kvpr Unlit In the I nltcil (Mates -lliittcr-Mnklnji ' on HclntlnV Principle A Ntv Vepss. n. iiEVt p. Mon- TON, Into Vice President of t h e United Htnti'H, in the owner of the InrircHt (incrnsey herd of A nittle in Hi" world. ffn'W The New York Tri w XJACf. I i.. .... u M) of Mr. Morton'n ' J NMII licres on the tlndson, says: An iiitereMiiiff fact repnriliiij the management of the fur 11 is tlmt it is Vented in n eollce tiinn, 11. M. Cott roll, n Kniilmite of the Kims,,.-, Agricul tural Cnlli'i'. He in the superintend Hiit, mid Mr. Morton IhIcIh him ve poiisitilc for ev rything done nlmiit tlie place. He in r. Young limn of unusual nliilily, mid thoroughly pres cient in tlie sc:eitee uf the soil. (o.ie'of the mont important chnu''e Mr. Cottrell recommended v.as thi concentration of enerjry iiioti the cuttle tnd poultry nud tin) nliuml'iumcut of ill other stock. Thin whs done. An other improvement wii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 May 1893

Star. tiultmriptinn $t.M ;xr yritr, in mft'iiwr. ' An Inili'iieiiili'nl Ineiil pnHr, inbll-lieil every Wuilni-nihiy nl Hviio!tUvlllt, .lelTeron l'n. I'll., ilivtili to tin- InleirmlH lit Ki'VIIiiIiIivIIIk mnl .lel'i-i-Mnni'minty. Nnn-iiilllh'l. will It-cut Oil with falrnim. nml will tti'iiielnlly frli nil ly tiiwunln I hi- Inhering i-lmw. HtilMerltilhin tirleitl.AOMrjanr,ln advance. ('iimiiinnli'iillnit't liilondt'il for iiitltllt'iitliin tmiM. tie nertimimnlcil liy tin writer' mime, nut fur iiiililh'iiiliiii, lutt m n xuiiriintee nf Bimil fullli. Inleicllim hewn Iti'inx mtllrttcil. Atlvi-rl Inlntt ruttm nimlii kniiwn mi aiilli'ii tlnti nt tin nlllrii In Antnlili' llliteli. I.enuhtv eninmniilt'iitlniii nml rlinnite nf ailverllicniftitii nhniilil ruin-It thin nlllce liy AltltldtlV IHHIII. Aihlri" nil I'lmimiintrntliinH tot1. A. Htcili eiitin, ltivnolilivllli, lti. Knlei-i'il nl tln mlnllli'r) itt Ucy nolilv IMi, Til.. n Meennil rliiui tniill mutter. '!. A. NTKrillCNNOK, HilHiir mill ...

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