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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 June 1893

MAKING MG GUNS. WORK AT A 1'SITKD STATES OVKKNMKNT AKSKMAL. Why at rnmpmltf or nnltt t'p Cannon In Mtrnnajer Than One ('nut In a Single Piece t'oat of Mod ern tlunmnktng. f HE makingof guns to-day is not tho simple foundry work of a few years ago, but n science requiring tho deepest math ematical enlenlo- Hon, tnn niint intricate and careful preparation of designs, and skilled arorkmanship scarcely second to that equired in the muuufactnre of the InoMt watches. It wan necessary for the United Htatea Government, in or lor to insure a certain supply of guns, to establish a National gnn factory for the army, Bnd also one for tho navy. While those factories are sufficiently large to supply tho pence demands, hey could not supply the demands in sane of war. To provide for the latt'T imergenoy, instead of increasing the plant of tho established factories, it as deemed wiser, ly giving sufficient ly largo contracts for gnus to privnte TNTF.Rton or Tin? 6rma to induce them to introduce gun ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 June 1893

HuhiirripUnn tt.H0 per year, in tulranrt. An liiilptwiuliMit Iih-hI rniH'r, fiiiltltslitrifvtry Wediit-silay ill lti-yiuililivllli, .Ii'ITitsoii I'o. di'Viiii'd In thi Intorests if Ni'trnolilsvllla nnd.li'nVisionrniliitT. Noii-rmlltlral, will trt'lit nil wlih fulrni'n, mid will lH-)''vliilly frli'iitl- IJ lowiirus I in niiHiriim rill. Hiilw'rlnlliiti hi 'lnfl.!WiMr vcnr. In ndvnni'iv ('titiintiinlrtittotii liiliMidiMl fur tiiilillrntloti lu. n...... ...I. ..I I.. II.. .ll.... . not for utitilli'titton, lull n n miartititi'f l goiMi rutin. ititirisiititr itt'ws mini nnitritiwi Ailvprtlslntf rnli' miifln known on npiillrn tlon nl. tlip (illli'i In A mollis lllitrk. liiMiirlily rotiiitiutili'ntliiti find clianm' (if nrtviTtiii'tni'iilii Hlmiild rvni'h thin iilni'B by Mmidiiy niNin. Aililri's nil I'liniriiimlrnl lntiM to f A. Ptrrili- VllOII, KI'VIMIHIMVIIII1. I'll. f'.nti'rwf ill llic imslofnVo nt tlcynntdsvlllc, 11., an nii'iind cIiihh nnill mutter. CI. A. fTI'.lIIH'OH, ICilltor nnd P...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 June 1893

3Ettc -fr Star fiuhmrripfioit $l.RO r year, in uiii'iiiirr. '. A. MTKPIIKNNON, Kdllnr and IMib. WKDNKSOAY. JUNK 21, 1W.I. frrawrltt' V)uttr. PsssiMiirer trntn arrive nml tcnvu Itevn. olilsvllle n follows: Allrilieny Valley (nihrii. Rnstwiinl. Westward TrnlnH, - - ft 47 . ni.lTrnlii ft, . - 7.411 n. m Trnln I, - - I cm . in Train 2,. . I 4 !i. in Train . - - ft.,K)p. m iTriiln III, - - .4 p. m Clriir.flehl if- Mahoninu HaiUray. Trnln No. 70, li'iivp ill 7.IH n. m. Tniln No.?l,jtrrlvi' nt 7. 'Op. in. nrrmii.imvii.in nwT-iirrn k. Mulls nrrlve nnd lesrw Hie post-onVp n liniows; Arrive. Iti'Piirl. rmiM tub wrT. rim th r.snr. LIS p. m. - - 7.i p. m.llt.Wp. m. - - n.snp. in. PHON TIIRRAST. lull TIIBUKT. .Wii. ill. - - 2.w p. ni.l'.ll n. in, - - 1 11 p. ni. Arrive from Iliillimcl mill Prcseoltvlllr !!.: n. ni. Arrives finiii Punic Tiii'i1ii yx. Tlutriliiy nun r-nt lining s 11, p. in. DvpiiriH (nr I'resroitvllle, Itnilinii'l, 1'iinli' 3 imp. in. (MIW hours ?.(m n. ni. los.nn p. m. Money orlc...

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 June 1893

Tli Old Friends. The old friends. Ilia old friends, We loved when we were young, With sunbeams on their feces, And music on their tongue I The bees art In the almond flower, The birds renew their itreln ; But the old frlemle onoe Inet to us, . Can never come attain. The old frlen.lt, the old friends! Their brow la lined with corf; They're) furrow In the failed chert' And silver In the hair; Ilnl to ma they are old friends atlll In youth and bloom the aaine, At when we drove the Hying ball, Or t limited In the game. The old men, the old men, Ituwtlow they creep slung! How naughtily we snuffed at the-n In days when we were young! Their prosing and their dozing, Their prate of llinra gone hy Tbelr elilver Ilk an aspen leaf If but breath went by. Hut we, wa are the old men now. Our blood It fnlnt and chill; Wa cannot leap the mighty brook. Or climb the breakneck bill, Wa maunder down the shortest cult Wa rest on etick or atlle, And the young men half ashamed to laugh Yet pass ua witb a ...

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 June 1893

GOD'S THRESHING PR.TALMAOE ON HPMAW TBIALS, An Eloquent Bermon In Whloh th Winnowing of Omln Ii Used as an Illustration of tha Qood Thai Is Brought Outof Evil, Tmt ! "rnr the fitchet art not" thraiheA mlA n Ihrathing inttrumeni, neither i$ a eart mrnrti nwmi upon tne cummin, hut the fitrhet are beaten out with a tin f ami thr mm min vith a rod. Bread corn it bruited he raM he will not ever be thr a thing it."-. There are throe kinds of (pert mentioned fltchea, outnmln nml eori. (f the lnt we ail Know, nut It may be well to state that the fltohea anil the cummin were amnll swils like the rarrawav or the chickpea. When inpse trains or herbg were to t thraehecl, they were thrown on the floor, and the work. men would come around with ten' or rod or inn ana oeat tnem until the need would tie sj-paratefl, but when the corn was to lie innuned mat was thrown on the floor, and the men would fneten home or oien to n oart with Iron dented wheels. That cart Wonld be drawn around the thrashing f...

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 June 1893

SEX RELATIONSHIP. A CALM AND DISPASSIONATE VIEW CF "THE WOMAN QUESTION." Th Future vt it Null?! rru.irlf y lr prmlM In flrejit l'ai-1 till tin Vnrrlinjr lti IutltnI.rim liuiun rttmithe Ili.ilot-y of Anclrnt firrrc-c mt,l INim. The rl;;lits i;'"' wrv" of " !" now debated with n vijjor nnd virnlcm-o which incroiiKO every ilny. Tin si' who demand for women tint r,1y nil tin1 riv ilogrs which men iosses, luit nl.-o con tinued exemption from their rcpoiii Wlitics, would r:ivry tlm i:riiicii1e ef f ninlo emancipation to a point which him aroused opposition on tho part of many who in every Kfiit question of tho day Are ndmittrdly leaders of the party of Jirogrosi. Whilo the contest ni.T' s n to whether women nre to know, My and do everything thnt tho coarsest of men c;in, or, on the other lmiid, hu kept completely In tho background, people tiro npt to for get whnt is really tho crucial point of the wholo question. Thny forget that the position of wom en, nnd of men, too, for thnt mutter, i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

KKYXOLDSVlKLi; ITAXW., WEDNESDAY JrNKL'a, 1HJW. NUMBER . VMA'MK - llailvoao f im 0illc. n'l'.l-. KiH lil'.STI'.!; Ar I'llln- IU K ill HAMAVAN . The short line iM-lwn n lmll.il-. KlilKWliv, llrmlriiKl, !: tiki ti--:t . Iliillalo. l.'m lM-lir Niiik'iim l'iiN and 1'ilnl- in tl.r ui il rcirlnn. (Ill llllll Ill'tlT .llllll' ( ll. I'-'H. lH'J-ITI- iH'Mralli" linii ( nml dipart (i"in lal Creek mi it t laid, ilsilly. cvi'iil iiimliiy, a fol- Iowi: ... ?iIO A. V. Hlailford Ai'i'i "inii.i iiln 1 1 in- I in' point North Im-i w I'ii II- i 'reek mill lliiiilfold. T:l."i ii. in. iiiImiI train fur riiiixnitun nry. ... .... 10:O.V.M. Mil llnli II nil lli.'ln'-ti'r niilll Pur ltnvk villv. Ulili;!iy..li.liii.iiiliili ilAII. Jewell, linn I ford Mil'in.i'ii.'ii. Hull n In nii'l Hoela-tci : runiHi'tliia m .! ln i n'' 'ir with I. & K. train II. fur ilrnx, Kane, Wiiiti ii. l imy (inil Ki ll'. ... IO:M A. M.-A iiiiTiimliiilmi rnr DiiIIhIk, Svki". Hi" Him "i'ii l'iiiiiit!iiii'y. l:9'l'. M- Hnuir.inl Acc...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

COLUMBIAN FAIR NEWS ITEMS A FLAT SUNDAY FAIR. Hakt kxiiimt rnviutrn vr Ain iirit.nitina CI.OSRn. TIIK WoRKINOMA"; STAYS AWAY. Wt'h perfect Hummer weather on Sunday the World's Fair otllrials looked for a lnrge Mtenrinncc. hut it failed them, not over 50. ( pnid ndmislons being reentered. On Saturday the attendance wns 12.1.000. In the Manufactures nml Liberal Art buildings tlie exhibits of nil foreign nation were covered up Thin example, wns follow ed by ninny of the American exhihitors.and nn all aides muslin covered exhibits, barred gates anil ropes greeted the eye. In Ma chinery hall and Aitrlcull-.ire 'building this rule alio applied. While a great many of the State buildings wore closed, yet those that were oxen tntertined quite a number of peo 'le. A large number of people visited the Art (inllery. Thousands of people visit ed the (lerninn Village to drink beer. As a whole, the people wh. visit the Fair of Snndny are nut the class whom Sunday opening was intended to reach. The...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

A. KAISER'S KITCHEN.! CATKRINM TO TIIK APPKTITE Ol' KM1KKOK WILLIAM. Innumerable Cook Aro Required In (he Uprmnn Koynl Household to Prepare Ylnnd for the Tables A Wedding Hnnquct. HERE i a really picturesque rein I i( eccentricity in the German Em peror' character. Ho pan treat hi conrt and miniK ter to more ur- prise in a day YSJa.- . than hi vener l!bS- Mo prandfathe Tz i. .1 a i i .. i-ra- i e r dreamt of in a year. One hour ho may lie aeen in all hi imperial re galia delivering a ringing speech from the, throne and a few hour afterward lie might he found watching the trial of Bomo new-fnngled carpet aweeper. The other day he suddenly called in the Court Marshal, Count riiekler, ami aturtled thin dignitary with the excla mation : "Count. I want you to ac company mo to the lower region." The Count wa nomewhat taken aback, thinking that Hi MajeMy wixhed him to go to a place where fan and ther mometers are in great demand. The Emperor, however, aet him at ease, explaining that he ha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

ffilte it Star Subscription tt.fiO )tr tcnr, in mfmnrr. An Inilopcnilrnt Incnl pnncr. piMIhrtl nvcry WotlncMlny tit ItoynoliNvlllc, .l)'tTcron t'o. Pli., rlcvntwl to flip lntirrt of HcynnliMvlllc ami .Tcfft-rwm enmity. Nitn-imllilrnl. will t rent nil with fnlrnew. mill will bo imperially friend ly tnwnrU the liilxirlnir rln. BnWrtptliin price H.lto per yenr. In mlvnnee. rnmmiinlrntloin Ititcmlctf for pnlil lent Inn mint be ncrnmpnnlctl by tint writer' tmme, not for nuhlli'iillon, lint. n n niinrnnti-i- of (toort fitlth. IntercMlnij nnwn Item nllrltel, Advert I lii rnte mndo known on nppllcn tlon nt the office In ArnolflV lllock. I.eniility rnmmnnlrntliin nnil chnnmi of nil vert lement nhoulri renrh this oftli'n by Montlnv nnnn. Alilre nil rommnnlc-ntlonn to P. A. fltr-pn. enon, KevnnliNvllle, I'n. Kntereif nt tlir- pmtnnVe fit HeynoliNvllle, Pa.. n ernnil i-lnn mull mutter. ). A. nTKPIIKNNON, Killlnr mill Pnh. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2K, ISM. The Purloin Courier rllrl not romn to Rfyrm1ilnv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

-A- Star. Snlutrriiitinn $l.i0 jht jlrnr, in tulnmrt. V. A. arrKI'HKNflONi F.dltor lin.l Pub. WF.DNF.SDAY, JUNE 2H, IHIO. tYtrnvrler' Wule. I'lmsi'tiicr trains arrive Hhil li'iivn Hi vn lllllsvllle US folloWH! Allnjhriifi Vtilky Jinitivn;. Eastward Westward. Trnln , - - 0 41 n. m.lTrnhi ft, - 7.40 n. in. Trnln I, - - l.l i. ni.lTrtiln 2, 1.42 p. ni. Tmln It. - - fl.fi; p, iii.lTriiln l. - S.I p. in. f .'iirIWit cf Mahoning lUtiUrmj, Trnln Ni. 70, lenvp lit 7.10 i. in. Train Nil. 71, nrrlves ill 7 :i . m. itrvsoi.imvii.i.r rswT-orru-it. Mulls arrive nnrt leave ttin post-ofrW in follows: Arrive, I 'mrt . rill M Til K KPT. roll TIIK r.AfT. I.in p, m. - - 7.i p. in r:.: p. m. - - rt..n p. m. rmiM Tim r aht. run -nm wi:st. S.m n, m. - - i.m p, m.l'.lil n. in. .n p. tn. Arrives from Knllinii'l nnil Presrottvllh' 1 1 : n. tn. Arrives from I'nnlc Tuesdays, Thiirdnys nntl Saturdays nl p. tn. Hi-purls for rrvscnltvlllc, Kiithtncl, I'iiiiIb :i.im ii. in. Office hours 7.t n. in. InS.tiOp. ni. M...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

A Trysf. In (ho cherry orchard I wait, my lovn, Whore I lid thickest blossoms grow, The aim shines softly through flowers aoove On Hie scattered Mowers below. And the thrush Is' tinging hi sweetest song II ut the dsy seems dirk and tin moments long. And the muilc Mia ot woe. la It only t tliM nil nil keep the tryet Alone In Dm sad sunlight' llaa lit then forgotten tin promise kissed In the whisper ofgnod-nlitht? Nul that la thec-y of the orchard gato He la cninlng! Ah, It la well to wait When lovo ami the hour arc bright. And the llowera dunce round tha Hying feet, And the tinging growa sweet and clear, And the atrotig aun glitter my love to greet Aa lie klaaei away mr fear; For my little aweetheart la seven today, And whisper, aa under th flowers we stray, "I love you ao, mother dear!" London World. HE CAME TO HIMSELF. II T JOHN IIUIIIHUOX. 'Elghman wa tliu handsomest of tlm acvorul clerk aud salesmen In l'ilt'a great ''tilus of Fashion" clothing cinpoi'Itiiii on ilroudwiiy ao bund...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

He Needed First -Class Sample. It was not a nobby linoof camples the Id C'lnclnaatl drummer tarried; Just modoet assortment, suited to the hum bler class of buyers and the men who do not put on atyle. And when the apruoe, dandified Louisville drummet saed the side co iMor where the plain, unpretentious good were displayed, he turned contemptuously aside, looked at them with a sneer, not recognising In the white-haired stranger the salesman traveling with the aforesaid goods, and aid: If I couldn't carry a flrat-c1ns line of samples I would carry none at all." (Jtilclt as a Hash the whlte-hnlreil stranger turned, and "You are right, sir," said he, "you ore right" The drummer from Louisville turned llttln sti erolllouely around In the pride of his new spring suit and metro politan polish. "Think to'" said he, patronizingly, "Yes," replied the stranger, as he booked the merchant's order, "you are right, fir. It would take llrxt-claaa samples " The Loulavlle drummer smiled. "To make tha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 June 1893

Thrrr ntv hiilinn1fl who nro pretty, There nro htitinm, trim urn witty, There nre huMmmU fcit In public ore a miiII Intr n tin morn. There nro lm1:ntult who nre hcvilthy. There nro liulmn! u ho nro wrn'Miy, But the rvnl nnctciUr Iiutiniil wrH, rV n?rfr yet Iuhmi torn! Pnmo fur rtiviiKtli tf Ihvo nre IioumI, Who nro rviilly so ik-voti-il flint whem-Vr tluMr wwn nro uWiii I hoy run IntwoHu) nml fm lnrnt Ami wMif tiimv nnO t'v vti'I! rt,,f1 i.pn Who's n luiri) kkmI it ml klml diu;, Vet the mnl iint'ollc htibatiilnh, he's nrvef yet hot'ii !orn! So tho wiminn who l mnlc-d To the tnnii'w ho way t rntr'l As pretty fnlr honM rhcrhh him fnrovor nd n dny, For Ihe renl nnirvlic erentmv, J'erfrrt, quite, in every feature. Bo Ims never heen ltcrervtl, and ho won't bo, tothnyny. Clncinnntt Cotmaervlnl OAeltft. A LUCKY HUSSIAK. In ths lieiirt of tli Urnl tnnniitnlnn, which divide Mlieria from Russia, stiintl tho largest sheet iron wnrlts in the uni verse. Owned nncl maiinifOil liy the Rus rinn gov...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 July 1893

lie VOLUME 2. HEYXOLDSVILLE, l'EXN'A., WEDNESDAY JULY 12, 1893. NUMBER 9. ItriMvcxtb Cim Tnblr. buffalo, rfk'hkstku & pitts hukgh railway. The short lino ta'tuwn IIiiHoK Hlduwny, Bradford. Miilnmnm-n. HnrTiilo. KorheMer, .IllVinil rilll" HUM milll 111 in" retfton. tn unci after Jiiiiii -till, na, p:icn ger train will arrive imrt depart from Fill Is t 'reek station, dully, except Hundiiy, n fol lows: 7iM A. M.- llrndford A frnm mml lit Ion for point North lie! ween Full" t'reek and Hiwirord. ,:M n. m. mixed train for I'unx-iiliiwnry. 10:OnA.M. Hiiffiilonnd Rnrhester mall For Hrockwiivvllle, Kli(KWiiy..loliiiMiulmrK,Mt. Jewell, lfriidfoid.fnliinmni'11, Hull n In mill Nivhivator; riiiiueetlnit lit .Inlmsonlnirii with I. A E. t I'll I ii :i. for Wllrox, Kiimi, Warren. Curry mill F.rle. 10:H A. M .Accommodation For TluHols, riykcs, lllii Kiih nnd I'iiiixhuIiiw ncy. !: I1. M.- Ilrudford A lmmodutlnn rnr Hcechtree, Hrockwiivvlllt', Kllmont, Oir mon, KldKWiiy. Johiiaotiliiiric, Mt.Jowet...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 July 1893

CFF FOR THE POLAR REGIONS PEARY'S SHIP STARTED. The Bold Artlo Explorer, Accompanied By Hla Wlfe.Satla From Brooklyn on Uii Beoond Attempt to Solve the Mystery of the North Pole. After laying In the New Yorit Harbor for 1hrte day Lieutenant I'cnry'a Artie ship, the Falcon, cast off her mooring anil backed off into the middle of the Fast River from the foot of Hoi k street, Brooklyn, bound for the North Cole. There were fully 200 people on Kxcuslon Dock, Jut under the east rler or the big bridge, as the whaler moved away and they all raited theit bait and cheered the brute little craft that i to take an American Xdi ticn to the neareat navigable point to lIF.tTF.KAST rT.ART. the North Pole. The Kalron win decked with buntint from head to foot, and Lieu tenant leiry's personal linn hung from the taffrail. The Eskimo dogs ran about the quarter deck, and the Colorado burros "tuck their big earn no over the bulwark and wagged farewell to the cheer. After iome maneuvering the bells in the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 July 1893

4 AMERICA'S CAPITOL, it xvihh nrc a iiiTxtmnn years OLD IN KKI'TKMUEIt. Bfory of the firnmt I Mil I;J -Hnrned Onre by the llrltlah. It In Xow JrTner Than Kver -Its Cent rn nlul to be Celebrated. HIS is nn rrn nt rcntcnninl celebra tions nml mntiplo ceii ten n lain, tri centennlals, a n 1 the liki ami next Hj'ptciiilii'r, while the) World's Fair tJnailro-Oentenninl in "till in full Mast in f'hiciuro, t li n MV1 ;.o.Tu-r MTwii ui Vii it iMi Stntod flovcmmi'iit will turn nsiilo from it olllcinl Inborn fur one lay, neoorrtinir ti the luesent nrrnuirc ini'iit, nml commemorate in Wnshincr ton tho foiiiulimr, n huinlreil years iii;o, of tlio Anivrir;iu O;elol, of which .-Mil mm lip" -m t w.y l'lYfcidciit Cicorgo Washington laid tho corner stone on September 18, 17'.);). This founding of flip Cnpitol tho physical mucleiis of the (lovcrnnicnt was iu a great measure the founding of th" pity of Washington nnd tho per manent establishment of the llepublic. 'The cTHiid building itself, moreover,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 July 1893

-fr Star. iSiitowriifmii tt.HO ;ht vrnr, in mlrnnrr. An tiuliMMihn( loral imMT, nultlMirfl pvirjr Wiitmihiv nl Hynnli.vlHt .ltfTirin C'n. Pa., cIcvdIimI lo llni lnliTtl of Iti yniililivlllc ami .li'lTi'i-wmi-minly. Niiii-iiIHIimI, will lnnt nil with rnlrnin. unit will IwiwiHM'lally frltml ly towunlN 11m liitMirliiir rliin. HulniTlptlim iHi,il.fwii'rri'nr, In mlvmn-K. ('mmmililrntlotm llilomli'fl fur imMlrHllori nuiHi l Hi'i'iunpnnW'tl Ity Ihn wrnir'" iinmi nut fur niililli'iillon, lull a miarnnli')' of Rixxl fnllli. Iiitonwtlii iiii llnnm Milli'lti'il. AilvprtUln rutin nmili knownon aptiltra tlon at tlie nltlre In Arnold' lllixk. Iifiurhty rutnintitilrntliinn nml rhnn( of mlvfrtlwini'iitii Hhimlil rviu'h thin ofHro liy Mnmlny niMitt. AiMrpxa nil I'mnmiiMli'ntlmni toll. A. Hli'pli nmiii, Ki'ynnlilivllli, I'll. Knli'n'if nt th" puslofflra nt Kpjrimlcisvllln, Tn., ii" mH'onil tIhnm itmll ntnttnr. V. A. NTKPIIKNKION, Kdltor an Pnfc. WKDNKSDAY, JULY 12, ISIKI. Tlio ('liit'lou Assembly wi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 July 1893

fte Stat. Subscription tl.HU jkt ycur, in udrunte. O. A. HTKPIIKNN4N, Kdltor and rub. WEDNESDAY. JULY 12. 18(13. Ttltlt' Mltf. Pwnw trnliM arrlre and leave Kcrn oltmirlllt) as follows: Allrthenft VnUry Unlhriii. Eastward. WnstwHrd. Trains. - - S.44 a. tn.lTrnln S. 7.40 a. m Trnln I, - - 1 ' p. m iTrnln t, 1.4t p. m. Train 11, - - 41.57 p. m.lTraln 10, - - K.4K p. m. (Jlfiirfirld tf Mithnniny llitihrny. Trnln Nil. 70, Ir-uvr at T.in n, m. Trnln No. 71, arrives at 7.30 p. m. RRTmiMisvii.tji roT-orrics. Mulls arrive and learn the pnst-onVii in liillliivn; Arrive. Depart. rniiMTim wruT. rim thb ast. I. in p. m. - 7.no p. m.lis.ao p. m. s.jo p. m. iwotbimbt. i run thihrkt. s on a, m. - Mill p. m.lM.I n. m. - - 1.15 p. m Arrlvps from Huthmi'l and I'marnttvllln 11 m. Arrlvt from Pnnli- Tuesdays, Thiirdnys niiii nitttirmiTN si t.mt p. ni.' Heparin fur IVem-oll villi', Itiitlimel, PbiiIr fl 'up. m. office hours 7.110 a. ni. Iii0.no n. m. Money nrili-r iifllce open from 7.00 n.m. to 7. up. in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 July 1893

Hymn by Dr. Holme. . At the twenty-fifth anniversary of the re vrganlselion of the Young Men's Christian Union In Boston, the following hrmn, written for the occasion by lr. Oliver Wen dell Holmes, wit rend by the venerable poet I Our father! while our hearts unlearn The creeds that wrong Thy name, Still lot our hsllowed altar burn With Faith's undying flume. Not bj the llnlitnlng gleam of wrath Our souls Thy face shall see, Tim utar of love must Unlit the path That leads to heaven and Thee. Ilelp in to rend our Master's wilt ThmiiKh every darkening stsln That clouds Hi snored Image mill, And nee Mini once agalni The brother man. I lie pitying friend. Who weep for human woe, Whine pleading nords of pardon blend With cries of ruing for. If, 'tnld the gathering sturme of doubt, Our hearts grow faint and cold. Tliestrengili we cm not live without, Thy love will not withhold. Our prayers accept, our sins forgive, Our joiitliful coul renew, 8lniie for us boiler Urea to live, And nobler w...

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