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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

VOLUME 1. JREYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, .ITXE 15, 1K92. MlMDEIl 0. gtlUrrllcmron. Q MITCHELL, ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW. (Iffli-c on West Main street, oinoHe lite ('oninierclnl Hotel, Keynolilsvllle, Ph. jju. u. e. hoovkh, HEYNOLDSVILLE, l'A. Ilealdent dentist. In 1ntlilliit near Mettio flint church, opposite Arnold lilock. (lentil1 lies In oMM-ntliiK. 4)otri. JJOTEL McCONNKLL, RKYNOLDSVILLK, PA. FRAXKJ. MACK, Fmprictor. The Killing lintel of til town. Itadiiinr ters for -ommeivlHl men. Htcem heat, free Muis batli rooms nnd closets on every floor, Hanitilo rooms, lillllurd room, telephone, con nevtMeia, Air. JJOTEL DELNAP, HEYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GREEN & (VysKK, PrnprHwK. HrM class In every pniitciiltir. f,ortitod In the very centre of the ImslneH mrt of town, l-'ree 'bun to 1111(1 from train and coromodtoiin witnplp room for commercial t rnvcler. MERICAN HOTEL, BUOOKVILLE, PA. niFFixamy loxh, vuv Omul bun to ntifl fnm1l triiltm. EnmiM'tin TCHtiiurtint. Houno twitted and lltfhtrd hy inm....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION General Benjamin Harrison Nominated For President on the First Ballot. EX-MINISTER WH1TELAW RE1D CHOSEN FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. A Four-Day Session nt Minnenjiolis. The riatform in Full. Sketch of the Nominees. rinsr imy's rnnrrsntwn. TheTcnlli Nnlloiiiil Kijmhlicnti Convention Was rnllcil to order by .1. S. Clurksoii, chair man of thp national romniittcp. 'I he lirst day session was a short one. After irnycr of not) imrtsiiin character .1. Mont I assctt, of New ork, was unanimously chosen tem- Imrnrv chairman. His speech was intently istcn'ed to. Hon. Thus. H. Hied followed with a stirring speech. Alter tho commit tees were nppninted, n motion to iid.iourn until to-morrow was then put and carried, nnd those of the dclciratcs not members of the standing committee slowly Hied nut t the hall, nnd the entiimittceincn adjourned to their respective cuminittee rooms to pro ceed to husinc. McKinley was selected for pcrmiinrnl rhiiirninn of the convention witho...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

18k 'Ik r.utnor At'K. qncrr nirdi el Alaska.. ' During tho ctuise of (he Corwln In Alaska, several downy young wore col lected by Mr. J. E. Lut on Otter Island. They lira of special Interest, since the newly hutched chick of the two specie collected have never been received at any tniueum, o fur a known, nor have they erer before been described or figured. The hill of tho parrot auk exhibit Ml the curious peculiarities which character ize the genut Cyclorrhynchus, tho '-re- curved commissure, the fnlcste shnpn ol the lower mnndiblc, nnd thesidowisc com prcssliui of tho whole bciik. In fnct, tin bill is very similar ti. I Hint of the sdiilt binl, i of which Mr. Cassln tniil that "it scenn to nt tnl ii a maximum ol oddity amongst the queer bills of this fnmily of bird, tho whole affair looking a If it might bn a nose of wax badly pinched upwards, especially to the disadvantage of tho under nmndihlo." The chief differ ence Ii tlmt in tho chick tho upper mandible is bunt more nhruplly t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

snt Stat. SnhKcriptlnn tt.HO ;wr inir, in nifmiMV. Aj 1nlHiif1i'iit Iim'hI print, niltlNlH'dpvfry WftliH'Milny nt U'yiMil(Nvllli', JcffcrMnii Co., In., llt'vnli'cl lo Ihc Iti'li'Mtw of Ht'ynoltlMVlllt HtKl .It'fTcrMnnpnlllily. NiHt-tlhtrnl, will trvut nil with ftilrm, imtl will Im' M'liif1y frli'iul ly InwuriU I ho hOmi-lntf rlnw. Htilwrlptlnn irlcTl.:ViM'rypnr,ln nrivniifft. Cmmnunli'ntliittq lutcntli'n for imlillrnllmi mutt In ncriimimnli'tf liy tlio wrlirr' nnnu, not for niiltlli'iiiloti. but nit n ffmiriiMtcf' of Kmh1 fiitlli. InM'riwtliiir ni'Wn Itfttm wilti'ltfMl. AHvitIImImu rul' iiiiulo known on Hpplli'ii tlon nl thtMiAVp In Arimlil' llltirk. Iictmlilr I'oniintinli'iilloiiK mid rliiinvn of rlvirtlMnieiitii nhotilrl rt'iirh tlilM nlllre hy Momlny noon. Ail(lii'x nil i-nnimitnh'nllonii tol A. Htpph onmin, Hiynohl4vllln, 1'n. CI. A. aTKPMKNKO, Klllor mill Pub. WKONKSDA Y. JUNK 15. K2. Tlio Demnrratic Nntlonnl Convent Inn, which meets at C'hlciiB') en the 21t iimt., will ho Bnot...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

h,c k Star. Unhncriptimx tt.RO j r twr, ailriintr. O. A. ftTKPIIKNftON, I'.illtnr and rub. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1892. Cratiflrr' V5tb. i hwntpr trnlns strive lit the Hi'iiiiI(Ih- "vllle st ivl Ion nil follows: A'(?ff('(lllf. HVuftrrt 11!. Train 8, - 7.CT ft. m. Train 2, - - 1.42 p. m. Trnln in, - - p.oh p. m. Trnln , Trln 1, . Trnln S, - 8.W n. til 1.00 p. m - Mp.ni itKmoMHiyiM.it rosr-orm-it. Mulls arrive And Icnvn the nost-nfttVe ns fnllllWH! Arrive. I)rpm1. roll TUB BAST. THOU THR WRKT. 1,15 p. m. - T.mp. m. moM THR RAPT. 7.QQn. m. - - 2.iip. m. (I.IOit. m. - IS.mip. m. roll THR WKST. 7.W it. ni. - - i.i.n p. m. I Arrlvm from Kntlitm-I nnd I'rewollvllli' ' tl.:) it m. Arrives fmm Pintle Tuesdays, Thursdays nnil Hiitiirdnys nl 2.:i p. ni. Departs (or l'rvwollvlllt ttuthmel, Panic 3.l n. ni. Olllco hour nn. ni. lnR.no p. tn. Money order nlllrp opi-n from i.OOti.ni. lo 7.31) p. ni. Ki'Ulnti'r oHVe oprn from i.im n. ni. to K in n. m. Kpffiil llollditvs from 7.U0 to H.nn n. ni. mid -4m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

"Arcragft" People. The genius soars far to tbe fountain' That feeds the snnnr-cap In tbe skri Dut thouuli our wing break In the flying, And though our souls faint in the trying, , .Our flight cannot follow ao high; And the cagls swoops not from the moun tain To answer the ground-bird's low cry. The worM baa a gay guerdon ready To ball tbe fleet foot of the race; But on the ilull highway of duty. Aloof from the pomp and the beauty, The atlr and the chance of the chase, Are tollers, with etep true n't 1 ateidy, Furaulng their wrarlaonie.pace. False prowess and noisy InsistPnee May rapture the garrulous throng, Hut the "average" father an I brother, Tbe bnnie-kri'plng sister and mother, Grown gentle and patient an I strong, Shall learn In the f.it-ne:iring d.sta n' Wherein life's awards have been wrong. Then hcre't to the "average people," The makers of home and its rests To them the world turns for a blessing AVben life its hard burdens la pressing, For atay-nt-home hearts are the bes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM MANY POINTS. Important NtTi Item Received aa W 3o to Pre. Illmnmi Arrldruta and I ntnllllp., A! Canton, Miss., a destructive hailstorm occurred, onufing inenlciiliible riniimne. The hnilnUmps were as laiye as teacups, nml re mained on the grmintl for nil hour. Mo tions from the surrounding emmtry give fearful accounts of the ilniim-e done. The cotton and corn crops ore ilaiiini:ol tj the extent of 73 ier rent., nnd fruit linn been completely destroyed. Nti'lian John, n far mer, was killed hy hailstones while plowing In hid fields. While cut walking Charles Mndisnn, of New Orleans, j:ed 21, was suddenly triu It en bl i lid. An explosion nt King's pn-vder mill, near Cincinnati, killed Archie Hriilils ami badly wounded four others. The factory is total wreck. At Cleburne, Tex., a cyclone demolished forty-two bouses. Ir. Presrntt nnd liis Wife were crushed by their fnlling house nnd fatally Injured. Several other persons were injured. Crops of nil kinds are b...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 June 1892

RATHMEL. 1). Vhllllpps' wont to Piinxsutnwm'jr Ciitnr tiny. Rev. I'nlhird ptviu-hrd In the ln M. K rhnn'h on fiinclny Ht B:;m p. M. P fMlK Hn-klr Wynnt Is tt'iii-lilnx n siimmc1" siliool. Hlie linn nlmut 7A pupils In nt triifliwi-a, O. W. Mohnoy, who hns lwn on tho sli-k lint for bImiiiI two yours In not getting liny lienor. Mr. K. Konnlc nnd fnmlly Hml Mr. X. Ilcnilly nnd nlstrr, took In the exrnmlon to Kinrim bridge on Sunday. LewlH t.ydle, of Reynoldvlllo, linvlnn rented A. W. Miilliolliind'ii house will III the near future hen Hiilhmellte. .Tnmrs Pnrnh, who lot n mlleli eow hy being killed on the nillroiid receUed Sm,no from the Hellef eluhof Knthmel. JohIiua Bntenon, whrwhiis Wen intending the Wllltnmsport business rollege during the past winter hns returnifl home. Our supervisor, Mr. McCliire him been nuik Ing Home mui'h needed Improvements on our road. Miiy thegmHl work continue. The proceed" of the Mippcrnnd entertiiln ment fur the benefit of the Tenipenince Divi sion on Moi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

flip s0 Stlf VOLUME 1. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1!)2. NUMBER 7. tMlarrllanrotte. Q M1TVHKLL, ATTOHN E Y-AT-LA W. , oprs lie, Pa. Commereliil lintel, Keynoldsvl D II. B. E. HOOVEIt, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Kesldent dentist. In building near Metho dist ehnivh, opposite Arnold lihs-k. uentle ness In operating. Ootrl. JJOTEL McCX)NNELL, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FRAKKJ. MACK, J'roprtWw. The leading hotel of the town. Headquar ter for iiintim'rrtnl men. Hteant heat, fnfi bus, hath rooms nnd chwIb on every flisir, sample room, billiard room, telephone con nections, ate. JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GREEXd COXSER, ViVHi7. First obuw In every particular, totted In the very iientro of ine nulneepart of town. Free 'bus to nnd from trains nnd commodious sample rooms for commeri'liil travelers. MEUtCAN HOTEL, BROOKVILLE, PA. lil'FFlXGlXtX tf LOXG, i'mp'n. Omnibus to and from all trains. F.tiropciin rewUMirant. Honne heated and lighted by iras. Hot nnd cold water. Western I'nlon IVIn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM MANY POINTS. Important Newt Itcmt Received aa Wi 3o to Pre. IMsaatrra, ArrltleTits and I atallilrs. (Inlvi, a town In Henry comity, 111., was wre eked by a cyclone. Several persons are known to lie killed, ami many building were destroyed. At Chicago the steamer Viola with a party of 07 ladies and gentlemen from toe North western university is reported lost with all on board. A Ch'cago and (irand Trunk locomotive exploited one mile east of climax, Mich., fatally Injuring Knglnecr Wood, Fireman Smith and llrakeman I'urkcr, all residents of Battle Creek. Mich. What remained of the village of Rock dale, near Dubuque, la., since the disaster of 1870, was wiped out by a itorm Friday evening. No lives were lst. Riotous miners have Mopped operations at the Minnesota mines, at Tower, Minn., and the shafts are filling with water Twenty-one trains are tied up. While two men were fighting in a yard in Chicago, four women went on a high porch to see what was going on...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

SOLDIERS' COLUMN, BETWEEN THE LINES. Partialis Position of an Indiana Soldier ia th Shenandoah Valley. A few day be fore tho battle of Fisher's Hill, Va., fought Kept. S3, 184, flrn of my I regiment with ap pointed sharp shooters, ami. ow inif to tlio fact tlint almost from childhood I Imil iVliiM'n funilliir with a ruto ami was considered a good allot, I was onn nf tlin number. Our principal duties "were tit act n -v-j.akiriilliora. On the ttltli of September, at tlin Imttln of Winchester, Va., two nf nur tnimluT were cither killed r rnpttiretl. I norer heard of tlicm aftLrwanla. On tho 21t nf September tlcn. (Iro or, then in command of tlio division of tlio Nineteenth Corps, ono of which my rt'giment formed a purl, ordered what was left of u to investigate tlio rebel line on tlm aoiith idn of tlio Hhcimndnah ltiver.nenr Strusbtirg.then tiling tli roe or four mile from the posi tion of our army, mid aeertain their strength and position. We performed till hazardous duly, lint In doi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

-fr Star. Siilm-riplhrn tl.HO prr jiw, in mlrmirr. An Inili-nt'titli'tit Inriil iiniiiT. iintillilii'ili'vpry Wi'ilni'uhir nl hVvnnlilivllli'. .li'flViKuii I'll., llrvi.li'il tit t IiiIi'M'Im nf Hi-yniiliUvlMi' hii'I .IftTi-rwtn rouKl r . Nim-imlllliiil, wllllri'til nil Willi fnlrin-. iinil will In- iwnii'liilljr frlfnil I timiinl" lln liilmrlim rlnw. HiilnrrliHIoii iilfil.f"iH'r yi-nr.lii iiiIviiiht. rnmiiiinili'iitliiii" liiliMiilfil for iiiililli'nilini milnt Im HifiillllHIIlll-ll li.V till' WHU'I-N nr , nut fur inililli'iitlmi. lull n n miiirniil if iukI fiitili. hiliTi'illii iipwk llfin Nilli'Jtml. AilviTtllng rnti'K iihmIm liiinwiniii miiIIi'ii Uiim nl llinifllri' III Arniilili' Murk. I'imlilr riininiiinlriillnii nnil rlinnw nf ilvi'Mlwiiii'iilH uliniilil rnnrh thU iillli't' liy iliimliiv mw'ii. , . . Aililr'v nil riiliilinilili'HlliillK tut'. A.HU'tili ettmtn, Mi'.viihIiImvIIIi, I'ii. V. A, MTI'.rilKNNOlV Ktlltitr and I'lih. WKHNKSOAV. ,H'NK22. IW2. Titi'IIIii Hlunnn.ri'iiiil...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

Sinn ttulmeriition $l.RO jrr year, fit iMrVnnrr. i A. NTKPMKNKON, Kdllor and Vnb. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 22. IW2. tfratxlrr' OTutbt. 'tinn'mrpr Irtiln nrrlvo xt. tlm KrvmiliN- vllle station lift follow: llVufiomf. Trnln , - - B M n m.lTriiln , TOT a. m. Train I, - l.flOp. m. Train , - 1.42 p.m. Train a. - H int p. m iTrnln IB, - t.m p. ni. BKYKOI.IWTII.IK rosx-orriea. Malls arrive ami nnrt leave the pust-enVo nx follow!.: Arriiv. I)rtuirt. I rnuM Tnr WP.KT. run tiir hast. ' l.lfi p. m. - T on p. m.liun a. m. 12.30 p. m. I roll Til K HAST. ! TIK WOT, 4K T.nnn. in. - - 2m ii.jiij7.nnji. ni. - I. in p. in. " Arrive fmin Hiilhmrl nnrt l-'"1 1 -lll 11.30 n. m. Arrlvi-t from Pnnle Tuesdays, Tluirdnys nnrl Miiturfttiv nt !.:m p. tii. Hi'imrls fur I'n'soniivllle, Kmliini'l, 1'iinli' 3 li p. in. littler liimrft 7.im n. ni. losmip. in. 1 Moniy order ulllce iihmi fnnn 7.00n. ni. In 7.3(1 p. ni. KrKliti'r ofHcp iiM'ii fnnn 7 .Kin. in. .In s.im n. ni. I.i'kmI llolldiivi fnnn 7.IKI tnS.HO it. in. nnil y...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

The TrMS. Slut of Uie world 1 the Trent the Press, Whit wonders l)Mt thou wrought I Thou rainbow realm of mentiil bliss; Thou starry sky of thought! Ai dew unto the thirsty flowers; As the blessed light of heaven; And widely as the summer showers, Thy silent aid l given. Tet canst thoii flume upon the earth T.Ike the dread volcstm's (jlowj And tyrants tremble at thy birth As at an earthquake's throe. Thy nod can lop tbe prondi'nt head ; The world thy scepter nwnt The p;illi (hon dost to elory tread, The path Is pi veil with thrones. Yet thou art urntle as the brecie The I test breath of day; Hi 1 1 clialnk-s as the mighty seas, In thy resistless sway. At thy command the seals were brou Th;it bound the s'lent deep, And liberty and truth awoke Krcim cciilurie of sleep. Then first on every sinful shore, That man In darkness trod. Thv brlubt and sim1Iii pinions bora The beacon words of Hod. The sago's liimp, the muses' lyre, Thou hro'ighfst o'er ocean's foam; The stellar Unlit of vestal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

At the Keaalde, Malaria, CoMa ann Sore Throat are most prev alent. I)r. llnsle-. Certain Crimp Curd will CTwlirate all symptoms of such etlAcks.such m en-afllrate all ayi Aching Hones, Cotiuh. A'ftufi i jicmng nnnea, inius. rerer, iirjr hackiiis; CoiiBh. urn, ami nn n iuvn ritus'il In it. rViliiby prominent driurYlsts. fiOp. Manufao tared by A. 1. Honk,, ItulTalo, N. Y. The Ornnt Monument KttneJ In almost old enonph to deserve a monument of ita own. riuk. A Complete Xesrapaper par One 4.t. Ttir f'fffsnnrofl Chmnlrlr.Trlrvmnh ts sold by all eva Audita and delivered by I'arrler everywhere, for One IVnf a copy or S'fr Cfrif a week. It contains dully, the news of the work), receiving im It dues, tlie report ofbotli the A"nratril I'rcss nnd th Cnited l'rc. No Hher piii?r which sells for linr IVnf receive hot h of t hese reports. Its s'iortliiH'. Fllmnehil, Fashion, and Household )cprtinetits ere un equaled. Order It from your News Agent. 1.aritea. ladles, think of the enirna-ementa von h...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 June 1892

a imrroTuc num. RIVAL EXPRESS COMPANIES RACE THEIR MESSENGERS. Bill Lowricn Trlla th Nlury mt an t-.rmi That T1ilrtj--ven Xmn Ago fltlrrril t'p the I'rnplx nf ll I'arWo llon. A OrcKt lliinilml Mlla Run. All over California mid wrhnt In every one of the Pacific state nirii are living today who reinptnler the woiiiler tnl fent of horw'tniinxhin known nt "Bill Lowden' Ride," which was per formed thirty -seven yearnHKO. Tehnmn, on the Haernmento river, was the utart ing point; Weaverville, in Trinity coun ty, tho terminal one. The dixtunce wha a good 100 miles, most of the last forty being made in the niht. over mountain trails and through heavy tlmlxT. The distance was accomplished in five hours and thirteen minutes unexampled timn for rido of 100 consecutive miles un der existing circumstances. Wo let Mr. Lowden tell the story of his wild ride. In the latter pnrt of the year 1H.11 Adams A Co. ond Wells, Fnrgo & Co., trie rival express companies, wh Cram, Rodger & Co, and Rhode...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 June 1892

VOLUME 1. REYNOLDS VI LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNK 29, 1892. NUMBER 8. ttUartllanroue. Q MITCHELL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office on West Mnin street, npnnslto the vpmnim'mi iioipi, iii-yrmiasviu, ra. jyn. b. e. hoover, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Resident dentist. In hullcllni near Mothn rtist chun-h, opposite Arnold mm-k. llentle- nm in operating. Qotrla. JOTEL McCONNELL, reynoldsville, pa. FRAKKJ. BLACK, rmprittor. The teariln hotel of the town. Hpsrtmisr ters for commeivlal men. Hteam heat, free 'bun, hath rooms find closets on every floor, sample rooms, billiard room, telephone con nections, c JOTEL belnap, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GliEEXd-COXSER, Proprietor. First clnM In every particular. Located In the verv centre of the hushies nnrt of town. Free 'bun to and from train and commodious sample moms for commercial travelers. MERICAN HOTEL, BROOKVILLE, PA. BUFFIXMOX A- LOXG, Prop Omnibus to and from all trains. Kiironean restaurant. House heated and lltflit 'ft by teas. Hot. and cold water. Western ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 June 1892

THE Di Bffl IBM! Ex-President Qrover Cleveland Nominated For President on the First Ballot- GENERAL ADLAI STEVENSON CHOSEN FOR VICE-PRESIDENT An Exciting Session of the National Democratic Convention in the Wigwam at Chicago. The riatform in full. Sketch of the Nominees. TnB FlKT HAY'S PnOCSRDlKOI. PotivimoH Hah. Chicago, June 21. At lL.Wth grest wigwam was the coolest filac In Chicago. The planks of the floor, be prcat timber standards, the roof, in fort, the entire structure, was yet moist from it recent drenching by furioii rain on Saturday night. The result wan rool, damp atmosphere, like that of country cellar. At 121fl o'elork H heavy thunder storm broke over the building, rendering the in terior ol the Wigwam very clink. The ran nn w.s let down over the upper window, Tbe darknrsa increased and the interior w shrouded in gloom. The audience yelled loudly for liitht. When light and order had been restored THE PEMOCRATIC the convention at 12:45 o'clock wns called to arder by Sen...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 June 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS rnoK KANT POINTS. Important New Item Reoelvad as W So to Pr. 'rlnm mil I'ennlile. At Pittsburg, Pa., Emll West, or Weixt.to .mp the German, shot and killed, with a rc olver, Aili-lone Buttress, a girl of 'JO years, and then turning tho weapon on hlmelf put a bullet through his mouth mid another through bis heart. Jealousy wan the cause. Two colored delegates from Florida to Minneapolis, on their way home, not hav ing ticket or money, were put off the train in Indiana by a brakeman. They attacked him so viciously that tliey were arrested and charged with a murderous assault, tried and sentenced to two years' Imprison ment. At Burlington, lo., tins. Krantz, In a frenzy, shot his mother-in-law. cut bis wifo's throat and attempted suicide, by cut ting his own throat, and Inking poison. All (luce are in a critical condition. Anton Gross stabbed and killed Phillip FeHselmyor at New Windsor, N. Y. The murderer gave himself up to ths police. Ha Claims to have stabbed ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 June 1892

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