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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 July 1893

HOOD'S CURES " ) onrteen years sail 1 had an attack of the irravel, and Kim's have been Terr seriously troubled: with my liver and .Itinera. I had no appetite and m'r mth imp mt mrnrt. Hint no more roinr tlian n Marti ifa'Mf, Af-. trr 1 bail taken tnrec-I otle.of Sir. I. W.Jcrds. HOOD'S 8AR8APARILLA 1 rnulrl fat anytliltio: ultima iHstres. I hara now fully recoverwl, 1 el u-rll a Hit rfM.J). MtmniAX, Kilineston, N. V. lleod'a I'llla iur ail l.lvrr Ilis," MH1.iU.omm, Jnnnrilce, lndl.etJon. Sick Headache. FN V l 'J "German Syrup" RegisTeblanc is a trench Cana dian store keeper at Notre Dame de Stanbridge, Quebec, Can., who was cured of a severe attack of Congest ion of the Lungs by Bosclice'a Ger man Syrup. He has sold many a bottle of German Syrup on his per sonal recommendation. If you drop him a line he'll give you the full facts of the case direct, as he did us, and that Boschee's German Syrup brought him through nicely. It always will. It is a good medicine and thorough in ita wo...

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 July 1893

DIVORCE IN BURMAH. An Original and Kxhanaciv. Method of Rattling Family Trnnhlr. In Bnrmah, as In civilized Enropo, gaspirton often disturb the fnmily circlo, bnt instead of filling lawyers' poektita and giving society papers highly spiced parnraplm tlio following effectual inojo of divorco procedure is adopted: The family relatives on both sides nro cnlled in even distant ennsins living ft long way off anduiany are the long journeys made in jolting bnllock carts, and many the animated discussions by the cigar puffing circlo of relatives squatted cere moniously on the bamboo matted floors. If an amicablo settlement can bo ob tained thus and very difficult it is to smooth down the qunrrejs, as rule, for the Burmese are n spiritefl race tho eld ers or patriarchs of tho villago or dis trict aro called in, Biid after the circum stances are expl lined arbitrators nro ap pointed from among them, who proceed as follows: Two candles wax if possi ble, but generally rnshlights are select ed o...

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 July 1893

Wm Stat VOLUME 2. RE YNOLPS VI LLE, TENN'A., WEDN ESDAY JULY 19, 1893. NUMBER 10. tlnllreah (Mm rtllr. buffalo, rothkstkm a pitts kvi;h railway. Thehnrt lino between IHiHiiIh, Klditwny, Bradford, Hiilnnmiirn, Hutliilu, lOw-lii'itcr. Mnniiru Fill In mid ihiIiiIh In l hi' upper nil region. On und nfler .Time 4tli, tsKI. iimcn Ber train will arrive iiml depart from l'nlls Creek station, ilully, except Piintluy, n fol low: TiflO A. H Itindford Aivommralntlnn For F mints "inrtn lietwceii lall Creek and Iriidfnrd, 7:1.1 u. m. mixed train for l'uiixnituwney. 10:OftA.M. Huirnlnnml Kiv-hcMer mnll For Hmckwiiyvlllc, UlilBwiiyliihiiwiiiliiiru,Mt. .Icwctt, llradfurd, Piiliimiitii'a, IliilTnlu and Km-hcMer; ronnectliitf at .lohnannbiirif with I', ft K. train :i, for Wlli-iix, Kane, Warren, Corry and Krle. 10:SB A. l. Accommodiitlnn-Knr DuIInls, Syki'K, If iu Hun and I'linxsutiiwney. l:SO I'. M. llriidfiird Ai-ciiinnimliitlon For Hccehtree, Hmckwiiyvlllc, Klltnont, Cnr tnon, Kldttwuy, Johnsoiihur...

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 July 1893

LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS OT THOU HOME AKD ABROAD. Wht I Coin On the World Over. Important Event Briefly Chronicled. Plaanrtal at Cemmerrlnl. Th following are among tlie failure chronicled en Tuesday: The Kansas City Baf Deposit Company; asset 2,000,000, liabilities If.TOO.OOO; the North Galveston t-anrl and Impro-ement Association, liabil ities f.VX),000; the Rtar Mills at Rhelby vllle, Ind, liabilities T5,000, asset .MS,000; tin Camp Creek Coal I'omt any, of Cleveland, 0., liabilitiet and assets each tiO.OUO. The banking home of V. T. Thornton Son, of BhelbyviUe, III., liabilities f.'iOO.uOO; asset! unknown. The Herenles Iron WorVs Company, own er of tha cold storage warehouse at the World's Fair that burned down Monday, made an alignment. The alignment was eanaed by the loss at the tire. The asselt arc eatl mated at HOO.OOO nnuinst 1200,000 liabilities. The fire caused a, loss of -). 100. The Terra Haute, Indiana, car works, one of the largest plants of the knd in tin country, ma...

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 July 1893

A FAIR HOSPITAL CAm: FOR THK AIMXO AT TIIK COIAMHIAM KXPOaiTIOX. Complete Accommodation for Those Who May SnflVr Prostration Kuggestlons for the Ire ser- Vatlon of Health. HE Medical Bureau a n d Kmergency Hospital, says the Chicago Herald, in one of tho few Jilace of interest in nckaon Park thnt is not open to crpiiernl inspection. Tt Isliot a pnldie exhibit, ho to spenk. If n visitor win inside the hospital, he or she ha to eome in a wagon ntnmler escort of n ('oluml'inn Rii.ird. It in to be regret Hvl in one sense that it in not n show idaee, for it is certainly one of the moBt interesting and inviting places on the World's Fair Grounds. It is cool and breezy ; its main corridors nnd reception parlors are decorated with pott"d flowers and vines; cool rattan furniture greets the cyo on every hand, and in two of the larger apartments are long rows of bras cots clad with snow-white linen. Flitting nliont the halls are quiet nnd soft-step-ping nurse in cool linen garments and anow-wh...

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 July 1893

fclic it Star Huhtrrlptinn it. 60 jier vrar, in advnnm. An Inilenenitrnt Iim'rI paper, puhlWht'il nvpry WoilfHwIny nt Hiynol(1vllli, .IrnVrwin Co. Ph., rtoviitod to the Interest of KnrnnlilnvlMii and .lenYiniini'imnly. Nim-pnlltlnil, will treat All with fiilrnim, una will lie enpoelKUjr frlenil ly townriU thp Intmrlnir rliim. Hulmrrtiitlim prli'ell.fleneryoiir.lii nilvAnrn. Uommuntrttttntin InlmifliMi fur pulillciitten miiMt. Imi ni'i'omimnlivl hy thn wrfiir'minini, mil for tmliHi'Mlim, hut. n a miniiintri- of fond fnltn. Interi'Mlntf nnwn llemn milli-llml. Advertising rates mnn knnwn nn appllrn Hon At the nftVe In ArnotriV lllork. Iffijrhty commtinlcntlonii nnd rhnnff of Sdvnrtlwmonu should roni'h this oAVs ly lonrinv noon. AiMi-ess nil tmmuntiMitlnnii toC. A. Hlpph nitn, Kfynnlilivllle, ls. Knlon-d nt thn pnntonVe nt Keynnltlsvllln, Pa.. NHwroml rlnss tnnll tnnttpr. C A. TKPHK0, Krflinr nnrf Pub, WKDNKSOAY, JULY lit, IXilH. Tho name Chautauqua Is acontrnetion of nn Indian phrase m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 July 1893

fcftc -fr Star Subscription $1.60 per year, in advance. C. A. HTRPHKNHOCU Kdllor and . WEDNESDAY, JULY IB. 1HB3. rtrtvtle' 1nH. I'aswnsvr trnln arrive mid lonve Itcjrn oldsvllle a followsi Allegheny Valley HaiUemj. F.HHtWHrd. Wmtwnril. Train , - 6 44 a. tn ITrnln , - - 7 40 a.m. Trnln I, - 1.00 p. m. Trnln , - 1.4 p. in. Trnln. - B.W p. m.Trnln In. - - MS p. m. Clearfield A Mnhtmiiuj liailtcay. Trnln No. 70, li-nvtxt at 7.10 n. m. Trnln No, 71. arrive at 7.: p. m. HBTKoi.iwTii.i.i rowr-omr. Malls arrlrn and lea re the pont-offloe ai follows! Arrlrn. Ilrpnrt. MOM THR WRST. rilHTHSKAST. 1.1(1 p. m. - - 7.nn p. m.ll'J.in p. m. - s.50 p. m. rnom ma kkt. run tii wkkt. SQOb, m. - 2") p. m.lMil a. m. - - l.n p. m. Arrlvm from Hathmi'l anil I'rewottirlllo 1 1 :to . m. ArrlvM from I'anln Tuesdays, Tliiirdnys and Knl nrdiiyH nt a.:t p. m. Departs for l'reneottvllle, Hnlhmi't, I'nnle J nil p. ni. Olftrp hour 7.0ft n. m. to. 00 p. ni. Money orihr ofttrp o(mii from 7.00n.tn. to 7.:Mp. ni. Hi'Kli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 July 1893

A Mixta Tp World. A mixed up World it this; Touched with both Joy sorrow If today li brbiht with lillm, Heal grief will romp tomorrow. Ve cannot nnwliiil the tangled skelu Try best as we msy, the task Is slu The roIiI alcaint In the tsnd, Theoloud In rifled w ith blue, Tb minllKht klssct the land. The night with In Hps of dew. Light fei't keep time lo tho music tweet, W bile the mourner wtlkt the tllent ttreet. The eel pent col It nroninl The frsKranl, blooming dower: The falsa with the true it found, In every vtiilthina: hour, And we ne'er ran tlraw line between 1 lie goon anu Dsn, 111 llll siriiiinr wrrmr. We bear the soli mil knell, For the loved one passed twiiy, Then the chimet of the merry bell That tell of the weddliiK "li. Both "friend and brldu" are decked In white, We wrep, then laugh In childish deMixlit. Thut It -oes on like a dreitm, HUM pulsing wltb Joy and pain, A drama of mystical scene, Forever liuu-hed with change. TVe ting and nioiirn, we smile ami gh, At the shif...

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 July 1893

c EVENING OF LIFE IKV. DR. TALM AGE'S BERMOW. Ivarf Bun Mutt Bet and Caraleas Touth Cannot Last for Always. . fTi "ill fwmlnjm stall fw HyAf." v-Zecharlah xiT., T. White "nlffht" In all lanUBra to h aymhol for Rlooro and. nfTorinff, It la often rmlljr r-hoeirfiil, bright and ImpmssWe. I pnli not of Mich nights a come down with no star fmniinn llRht from ahoys or sllyorexj way tossing up If tr lit from be nrath mnrlty, bnrtlfnp, portnntous but suoli m 70a often an wbnn tue pomp nnd mnfmtfloenr of bnayr-n tnrn out on night parade, and It snaois aa though tha Bona; whlohtba morn ing stars began no long ago went chiming yrt among tha constellations and tba sons of Ood wxre shouting for Jot. Such night tba sailor blcaaea from tha forecastle;, and tha trapper 00 the a1 prairie, and the belated traveler br the road aide, and the eoldler from the tent, earthly boot gazing upon heavenly, and she-phonls guarding their flock afield, while angel hand above them et the silver bell a-rlng-Ing, "G...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 July 1893

SEA ttATHS IN ITALY. USE MADE OF THE BLUE WATER9 OF THE MEDITERRANEAN. Exltllnrntlng Pluugr. In Nnttir.'. firms Lavatory lit tlicTCntvr All the nn-vfit EUijMtt.nf tha Drawing Boom Ynnl.h lntr.tlng Prnturw. Thosp who hnve hern fortminto cnnngh to gliile from Itnly's picturesque thorp Into the warm Mite waters of the Medi terranean and float luxuriously In the Baity tea among a jierfect school of hap py bathers will never forgot tt Never! Venice, Naples, Capri, Amulfl! It mnkes one's eyes glisten t fhe very thought of It. To Italy' splendid title, "The Land of Poetry and Song," might also he add ed "The Land of Baths" were it nut that the second name to some fastidious minds would detract from the beauty of the first. The ancient Romans, borrowing as they did all the worthily imitahle cus toms from their Greek and Egyptian neighbors, found the baths especially mited to their luxurious tastes and car ried them to a degree of excellence which had never been attained, making them not onl...

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 July 1893

i Bp YtlLUME 2. IlEYXOLDSVILliK, PKNX'A., WEDNESDAY JULY 20, 1893. NUMBER 11. BUITATA KOl.llr'.STKll & riTTrf Hl'UiiM RAILWAY. The short line between I tiiHoW KIJwiiy, Ilradford. HnliK'i i n, HulValo, Koehester. Mnirtmi FoIIm (mil points In the upper "II rciiloii. ln nnd utter .Tunc 4th, Isrei, passen ger trains will nrriveiind ilep"" from Full Creek station, .dally, except ."iiniliiy, nn fol low: 7tOO A. M.-Atnidford Aciionimndiitlon lor point NorrJi licmemi Jiill creek anil llrndford. 7:1.1 ii. m. mixed trnln fur I'liiixoiitiimvy. ,. ., 10:OA.M.- llMtlalonnd Horlicstel mull- Pr llroekwnvvlUe. HIlnilv,.lohiionliiiiif,Mt. .lewett. Itriulford. Cnliinwrii. Hiiffnlo and Kochcter: -o?mirtlnK t .loliiisoiilnli- with I". E. I In il, for Wllco.x, Kane, W arren, Coitv iiml KiV. 10:A A. t. A-.iommodiitlim For DuKols, fykes, Hln H'Mi mill I'mijuejiuwiicy. 0:8(lr. St.- Ilrwlfnnl Accrnmodntlon- l or llcechtree, Unn-kwnvvlll, Kllnionl, Cnr nioii, Klilvwvjr, Johnsonlimv, Ml. .lewett nnd Hnidf...

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 July 1893

THE JAPANESE EXHIBIT. OEIENTAL FARMING PROD UCTS AT THE FAIR. Japan' Section of the Agricultural Hultrtlng Is an Interesting riace to VtRtt. Various Tea. Kxhlblta The Japanese) Honey Industry Io meatlo Fowl of the Country. Agriculture I tho own pat I on ol the greater part of the people of Japan. The mountain n and volennln nature t the country ren ler large portions nntillnhlo. For probably the. name reason the soil Is not naturally very Vrtllp. but It can be, nml Is, made no by the bunlant of conpost. Moreover, not sven half of what is fairly ffrtiln in under nltivatlon t but the iimomt of cultivated and la gradually Iru'roasinir. an 1 the harvests ire becoming richer. Hut it can he readily mdomtool thnt If. for any reason, the crops II, ecvero sufTcrinir will fie widespread. The rosperlty of thn country depend! upon the rosperity of the farmors. tAtANEsiB veoetaht.f. r-xnnLF.R. The front entrance to Japan's pavilion in lie Agricultural Building, says the Chicago gecord. la at 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. — 26 July 1893

AN HISTORIC HOUSE. -t FORD'S THEATER, WHERE LIN COLN WAS SHOT. Tfca Recent- Collapse, of in ttl-".tarret ttmlfllna; KriilU tha Horrible trim or J. Wllkr Rootti Bom Detail of lha Assassination. A Page from History. Ford' theater, the scene of the recent terrible disaster at Washing ton, In which so many were killed nnd Injured, was, as Is well known, tho scene of Lincoln's assassination, AmtAnAH LIXI'OIN. tho most tragic n.i well as the most pathetic incident In all our national history. Tho superstitious may Fee In It divine interference, and It Is at any rnto a oueer confidence that at tho very hour when words of prayer and benediction were belnjf spoken over tho lifeless clayof Kdwln Hooth, tho brother of Lincoln's mtirdorer.tho building, which had witnessed .lohn Wilkes Month's awful crimo, should crumble into dust. Early April, W marked a time of Joy which this country had not felt for many years. The black and heavy storm clouds of war were pass ing away and the fair sun of pea...

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 July 1893

frit Stnr Subrcr-ilinn $1,110 per year, in ndrnnrr. An lmtpHnclcnl local paper. puHMicil every Wednesday nt. cyno1flvllle. JcfTermm Co. Ph., devoted to the Interest,! of Kcynold'vtlln and Jefferson county. Nnn-polltlrrtl, will treat nil with fairness, nnrl will lie especially friend ly lownniM me laoorinK class. PulMcrlpltnn price ?I..Vicryenr,ln advance. communication intended for punllcntlon must IH nvonimnlcil 1y the writer s name. not for ptiltllfiitlon, hut ns n Hiinrantee of good fulfil. Intercstlnir news Items solicited. Advertising rates made known on sppllcn ilon nt the office In Arnold' Hluck. Iionithty communications mid rlmnae of snverTiscmcma biioiiiu roncn thin omce ny Monday mon. Address fill communication to ('. A. Steph enson, Beynoldsvllle, Vs. Entered nt the postotllco nt Ncynoldsvlllc, I'm., nil scconu class mail mnitcr. O. A. ftTKPIIKNftO, Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2(1, 1 Hl3. A largo ciiip of Canada thistle- are now ready for harvest on a vacant lot near ...

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 July 1893

j Stan Suhncriptitm $t.!W )wr ywr, in atlranre. C. A. fITKPIIKNftON, Kriltor nnd Pub. WEDNESDAY. JULY 2, IWfl. LOCAL LACONICS. Hear Mills Tuesday evening. The Keystone imnd was nn tho streets last evening. Miss Maggln Sehultzo In assisting In tho posternee this week. TIib Clarion Assembly at Strattan vllle Id now In full blast. Lodging at tho World's Fair for sale nt the Star oflleo chni. Use "Physicians and Surgeon Toilet -soap anil Complexion Cream." Rev. Johnson will preach In tho Presbyterian church on Sunday, July Moth. Mrs. Fred. Weber, of Sykesvlllo, wan In town ln.it Saturday nnl lost lior pocket iHKlk. A number of Indies of tlio Kclx-cknh lodge of this place attended a picnic ut DuBols lait Thursday. The Indies of the M. K. church took In thirty dollars nt tho festival In (!. A. H. hull Satin-liny nl('ht. Rangort, of tho llnvlil, claims that Columbus, the discoverer of America, was a native of Falls Creek. Tho A. V. IVy Co. Ium ordered WO feet more of hoso for iiho at tho p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 July 1893

Bay of On;. One dsy of day my lover rum, And anil hmk wars nil nflnins With ninlilnn Mushes, 'nnnth hl oycsi Lore aimwnrlng Invs In sswet replies, , That ilny of nil days! Then days f lav, A little liend Win nmtlml 111 III" era llivtml i Il'iwltiif adorn, wi wonilemil why Such joy wn given lit you ami I, (Hail days of ilnyo! Ere many days ot days, our glrli Wore lover's knot niiionii tlmlr eurl Our lioys hail grown to stBlwart men i Anil wk nlon, worn ones aiinlu. Hail days of ilnyV Kow, day ol ilnys, wn sit lsid Just you ami I - tho nr side, l'lca-nir hI! may then" h always two ' You, ilinir, (or tnn, nmf I, for yon, Em'h ilny of tiny! Wlii'U day of days, a sllmi'si deep, OW tlrwil eyos i loth gimtly creep; "Togntlmr," may tlm i'hll'lrn say, "Kntlisr ami niothnr went nwiiy," ( loll' day of days. - IAIIiv If. Ill-h. In Irank Leslie's. A KITCHEN ROMANCE. Delhi m Hitting in her rocking chair in a corner of tint kitchen, rending aloud to tin1 oilier two Kilt- Muggiu wuh mending a stock...

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 July 1893

Hatch's t'nlvrrsal Tntih Pvrnp tako right kold. Hold every where, IH tents, A (Ingle Kansas cabbage bead hai pro duced 4un "riuiiri." I LOST MY HEARING An a lestilt of catarrh In the hnad and ti deaf for over ft year. I Ik-kii lo lake Hond's HnrsApit rill, and found when I had taken three hot I In that my hrnrlitg trem returlt0. It Ik now mure than ft year and I tn hear prrfrvtlM melt." II r it m a k llicae. ill Carter Mil' llm-buster, N. . Herman Hick.. zioop'a oTTnxas. lland'a 1111 rurt nil lMriT I Hi, HlltomnM f at.aj'llre, IiMll(tmtloti, 9lk HrnriNrha. PH1 .10 "German Syrup" I simply state that'.I nm Druggist and Postmaster here ntid am there fore In a position to judge. I have tried many Cough Syrtips hut for ten years past have found nothing equal to Hoschee's German Syrup. I uavc Riven it to my hahy for Croup with the most satisfactory results. Every mother should have it. J. II. Honns, Druggist and Postmaster, Moffat, Texas. We present faets, living facts, of to-day Hoschee'...

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 July 1893

THE FEAR OF 8NAKES. Why Many Ctilhlrrn nml Horn Clrnnn T'rr snn. IHMlke Thrm. There arn tnnny autheiitlrntpil In itnnccs of children bceoiiiitiK attached to itinltea and milking yets of (linn. Tlio lolutlon of a question of thin kiuil Is loinetimen to he found In the child mind. My experience is tlint when yonns chil dren we this crrntnre lt atrnnRn ap pearance and manner of iirojrrewloti, no nnliko those of oth"r ntiltnnls known to them, affect thrm with fkiiinzeitient and ft sense of mystery and that thty fear it nst as they would fear any other strniiKO thing. Monkeys are doubtless nfTected In much the same way, although in a itate of nature, where they inhabit for ests abounding with the larger constrict ors and renomons tree snakes, It Is high ly probable that they also possess a tra ditional fear of the serpent form. It would lie strange If they did not. The experiment of presenting a caged monkey with a serpent caref nlly wrapped up In a newspaper and watching his be havior w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 August 1893

mm VOLUME 2. KEYN0LDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2, 1893. NUMBER 12. i,ltttlvoat Grim ffabls. BUFFATX). noCTTKSTKn fc PITTS BURGH hailway. Tho short lino between Piitlnlft, RlilRwnjr, Hrwlfnrd, Hiiliiniiim-n. Hufl'nUi. Kix-lnwter. Nliii.'nrii 1'iiIIm nnd point In llio upper oil region. On nnd nfter .Time 4th, IWS, HM'n per trains will nrrlvennd depart from l-'iill 'rock mullein, daily, except fiindiiy, ax fol lows: 7:00 A. M. Urndford Aroommixliitlon lnr points North IxMween riill frevk nnd llriidfnrd. 7:11 a. m. mixed train for l'uiixutiiwney. ,, 10:05A.M. HtilTulonnd Rnrhextermnll- Vor Hixxkwnvvllle, lldirwnv,.lohiinhiirs.Mt. Jewell, Hnidford, Hiiliimnnra. HulTiilo nnd Korhcxter: ronneetltiK nt JohnxniihiirK with P. K. train il, for Wilcox, Kline, Wnrren, i'orry nnd Krle. 10:H A. M. Aerommndntlon For PiiMola, Sykes, 11 In Hun iiikI riiiixxutnwney. 1:80 1'. M. Hnidford Aivomniixliitlnn For Beeelitroc, Itiix'kwnvvllli-, Kllinout, Cnr nion, Kldirwuy, Johnnonliurfc, Mt. Jcwott an...

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

LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS OTH FROM IOM1 AMD ABHOAD. Wtit is Doing On the World Ofir. Important Events Briefly Chronicled. s-inanrlal find i.emmerctal. Mom Banks ark RxorriiiNo. The comp troller of tli currency It advised that the Hotchtnson national bank of Hutchinson, Kan., which failed sometime ago, la pre paring to resume business. The Finit Na tional Dank of Cisco, Tel., which impend ed, hat been permitted to reopen Its doom. Business men of Pueblo, Col., declared their faith In Colorado's business lability and denounced I lie intemperate languageof the rabid illveritei. ParkhuslA Wilkinson, iron merchants, Chicago, assigned. Assets ettimaled at 1,000.000. Ripley A Rronton, iron merchants, Rt. Louis, assigned, ssscts (130,0J0; Iiabilitiei bout the same. The snspended Queen City Ban'r, Buffalo, N.Y., will rume business the first week of August with a capital reduced to f0,000. At Findlay, 0 the Farmer National Bank closed It doors. Depositor! will b paid In full. The J. Oberman B...

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