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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 August 1893

DISTANCES AT THE FAIR. IMMENSE SPACE COVERED BY THE EXPOSITION. A Visitor Mutt Wnlk Ormt Marly MIIm to See All the Wonder of the , White City - Route of the Average Right-Seer Some Ki fclblta of Foreign Conn tried. The World'! Fair ta not only wonderlul exposition ot the globe' Industrial, mwhn leal end art let le progress, but it ta a "city ot magnlflnen distance." Speaking of the 1 crimen He naos eorered by the Fair, the Chl eago Record my Rome poor week woman who eonld not travel four blook downtown without board Ing a horsecar will walk five mllne at Jnek eon Park. Hhe doe not realise it nt the time. All the time something ! hnppenlng to engage the mind. Th long Jnnnt In tnken In homeopnthlo dove, 100 ynrda nt a time. It hen often been remarked, end there ta no harm in repenting h now, thnt the general bltrnea of thing around the Exposition Rive delusive Idea of dlstnmt. The visitor has en experience like thnt of e "tenderfoot" In the Rookie who eonclttde to walk over to oertntn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 August 1893

6 mt it Btav. 0ucWpffn tt.tt) ftrr v"r, in adrnnrt. ' An lnilinilmit lornl pnii-r, pilMlntii'd nmrjr Wmlimmliiv it KpjfiioIiUvIIIw, .li-rTtron Ce, !'., ilttvticl In thn liittinwK (if KeyiioliUvllln mill .IHTi'iionmimty. Nih-m11 IimiI, will treat 11 Willi ftilrnpm, mm will iMiwMciHiijr invito- l.iw.lf.1.1 lilt lllthtl-llltf rlllMM. PUIIWriM ll'll rUT l Ii'nr.in i..i.... Onmnmnlrntloin Itilnwlril fr iitilillrnllen miiot tw m-nimimnlMl by ttm writer'" tminK, nut fur uiililli'iillnn, hut nimrntilfo of ikmI fiillli. Intonxtlnit new lt'iniolli'llil. Arlvei living rnti' mniln known on Miplli'it tlon M Ihi" ofllei. In ArnnlrtV Murk. Irfnirlilr commmilc-mlim nml rtiniiK of (rtviTllw'nHMiU ulioiilil n-iu'h this olll'-w ljr Mnmlitjr linen. .... Aililtr nil rimniiinlc-iitlnii ti V. A. Htm nwin, HevimliNvlllii, I'n. KnlnrtMl nt thn imhIiiIIIci lit KKjrnolilnvlIlK, Pa., n hi'i'oihI i'Iiimn ntnll mutter. C. A. HrKPimnKOKI. Kalltor and Pun. WKDNKHPAY, AlKiUST 2, I HIM. Truth never build on tho wind...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 August 1893

1&ft ft Stan Subnrriplinn tl.tiO per year, in mlvuiire. ' A. RT K P II !, Mdllor and f lib. " WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1H sr tnttir' vtuiitti I'lmKoiiKnr tnihm arrive mid leave lti-y 11 oldnvlllo A fnllnwnt Allegheny Valley Unihrmj. tiaslwa'rd. Wmtwnnl. ? rain 9. - - 8.4 a. m.lTralii t, .7.40 a. in. rain I, - loop. m. Train S, Mtp. m. Train a. - - H7 p. tn.Trntn Id. - S,4Sp, m. Clrurfiflil if Mtilmnimj liiitlwny. Train No. 70, tonrra nt T.IO it. m. Train Nn. 71, arrlviw at 7.') p. m. RRYsnt.iHivii.i.R rowr-orrii'R. Mulls arrive and Irnva tlio post-oftlro ns felluwm Arrlvn. Depart. FROM TIIR WRST. rilHTIIRRART. I. Ml p. m. - 7 on p. tn.l2.lKi p. m. - .20p. m. moN tub fast, rim tiir nt, (.(Ml a. ni. 2.00 p. nj 17.1.1 n. m. - 1.1(1 p. m. Arrives from Itiitlininl and pn-wnltvllle II. imr. in. Arrive from Punle TiicndiiyM, Tliurdiiyii and Hiitiirdnys at a.:m p. m. Departs fur rrcscottvlllii, ltnlliniid, I'utiln 8.00 p. m. onVn hour 7.00 a.m. to H.on p. m. Money order ofllre mien fmm 7.00...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 August 1893

The Poet. fhsra's never s robin that pipe of spring, Nor Mmn that runs or leaps, Nor a lies that dream on drowsy wing O'nr a pflrfura'd petal's dn, Dut ha Im rhyme and runes It rhymns and nmm, It subtle tunna, Whom rhythm In eilsncn slwips. Thorn's nver a Mar that spin In apnea, Nor a leaf that full to earth, K r a hlllow that wrinkle tho ocean's faro, Nor a rnln-drop hmiiht to hlrth. Hut hiw It rhyme and ruun It rhymsf and rum-, It mystic tunwt, 01 sweet, uiifnthom'd worth. Thorn' many a onl that throl In tlm With the roliln, tlm loaf, or tar, That may not voloo thn sllmit rhyme i IJut somn onn hnnr nfnr i And they, ye, tlmy have rhyme and runs. And thny can lii! tho mytl" tnno, For they the poet am. -Yt. J. Hisdksson, In ll irpr'n Woskly. Revaliore's Sacriflco UT OUT UR MAtiPASSANT. This adventure happened to mo in 188 J. I bad just taken hit sent in a corner of an empty compartment in the car, and hail closed the door, with the hope of remaining nlonc, whim it was suddenly reopen...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 August 1893

Tli flrst matitiraetiirins: cnlarpnsa u I mar lea waa aiana factory at Jamestown. 7a. . , W. H. flriffln, Jarkann, Ml hlaan, wrltaa i "fnrrrA wltU Catarrh for Urn". rtn, Hall's I'Ma. ur i:ur-l ma," Hold tr Irna Tha owner of a halrlrsa cilf at tlraillpv, tit., nfimd a abowmnn's offer of t.MSJ fot t. ora throat rnred stoma bv Hatrrt's I'nl rsal Ornish flyrup. n rent" at ilrnvglata. my sw mm KNOWLEDGE Brinps comfort nnd Improvrmpnt and tends to pcrwmal enjoyment when rightly lisou. The many, who live bet ter Hum othemntid enjoy fife more, with Jena expenditure, by more iiromfitly adapting the world'a lxt product to the need of t'hyMrul bointr, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principle" embraced in the remedy, Syrtip t( Fig. It excellence ir, duo to It presenting In tho form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the ref rrshinfr and truly beneficial properties if a perfect lax ative! effectually cleaning the system, dispelling cold, headache and fcTcr n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 August 1893

PHILOPENA. We had both of tin Mild we would rathor It be "k)t or take" plillnp?no TVhat.w one mv to tlie other In anjr wajr during thnt c'on The other should mirf ly rpfiy, A gift end A kerimitkt In W. Slio meant In jtoml fnllh I will ny. Hut I well, who could Imvo Illumed met For soon n our eunp"t wt;f :1'I 1 krvo her klsnon (lie thcrli Tnllonenn!" I cr!H, 'ynu tnnt yl"M And pur me another next v e -'i." 6he had promised: ho knew hIiu wm rinucht. And the bright ertlir inpntl. -I her brow. And she unld, "1 wt!l i itv If 1 nuvht. But let It lxnvrr willi-n rvl" Abblo F. nnv. n In Vnnkee ttlmle. The Cost of ChmenT. In England wo hnv lin n nrrmtotned to pay hiRh prices nt certain times for Srnfrs, auch m quinine, cociino mi l Other, bnt A dnn is wrd in New China which in nrtnal vnlno far euri.ies any thing which hits 1xn known here. The substance in question in called ginfeng and is the root of Aralia qnin quefolia. It is so highly valued ns a tonio and stimnlant medicine in China that ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

Urn VOLUME 2. REYXOLDSVILLE, PKNiYA., WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9, 1893. NUMBER 13. 1 Slrttlvotttt (Mttie tTnblre. BUKPAIA KOTHKSTKK A PITTH HL'KGH HA1LWAY. Th short lino la-twm-n IIiiIIiiK. Uldttwny. Bradford, Hulainivara, HiiITiiIo, lto-lieter. Nlinriira r'nll and pnlnta In the upper oil region. Hn nnrt lift or .Tune 4tli, 11, pnsspn gertrnlimwlll arrive mid depart from 1'iiIIk I 'rook Million, daJIyi exrept fumliiy, an fol low!: 7iO0 A. M . Wnilford Ai'ooniniiMlntlnn For Eilnt North In-twoon I'lill- I'rrek nnil radfia-d. 7:1-1 u. iu. nitwd tniln for IMitiXKUliiwnov. 10:0sA.M. Miiiralnanri Rorhfti-r mull- Kor llrorkarnvvim, lldtriiy..MinoiilMii-ii-.lt. .Towott, Hradfnrd.Hnlaniniii'a. Buffalo and Ko-hetT-, onnnot'tliiK nt JohnwmlMirn with I'. & E. I in In it, for Wilcox, Horn., Warren, iiorrv and Krto. 10: A. M. wnitiiiHliit1o-r"or PllBMa, S.vki'M, Umtoiin and I'liiixiaitawTioy, 1:90 1'. M.- Bradford Aivonnnoliillon-For Hooohtrm, Brockwavvlll, Kllniont, far mon, Klileway, loliiiaoiihur?...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

THE FMRINPAMGRAPHS PEN AND PENCIL PICTURES OF THE GREAT EXPOSITION, The Javanese Village In the Midway Plalaance Reception and ledl-rnllnni- t-'.dticat tonal CornrfMrn In Session In Exposition Oround Other Note of Interest. Java vlllago In Midway rinlannee ha bwn j rightfully classed among the meritorious en terprlse and exhibit at the World' Fair. Situate in the most prominent section of thl truly wondcrfnl street, and covering a Mretch of ground only equaled by one other eoncesslonnlro, the buildings of the little reople from the Eastern Archipelago have r months attracted the attention and ad miration of the thousands of people who daily travel over the white road. The pro moters of the enterprise had two motives in View when they accepted thelnvltalion of the tlnlted States Government to exhibit at the World's Fair the resources of the Island and the customs and manners of the people. The first was to make a vigorous effort to Introduce Into the United Wales the de licious and u...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

THE DROWNING. HOW TIIKY MAY tlK RK3CUKI) AM) KKVIVKI. A Timely Description of te Methods of Kngland's National Mfe-Mar. in Society Hint Which Slay Save ltumnn Life. ' E are nil of us too lazy, too careless, too self-indulgent to take any pains to learn those lit tln things whieh might easily be learned, and which would teach us to confront tlio thou sand and one emergencies of daily life. For in stance, the revolving year brings round to na again the bathing season and ita attendant casualties. How many of as have thp faintest conception of how to act in cane w are present nt any of these casualties', how to resctio a swim mer who ia in danger, how to resusci tate tho apparently drowned? Vet thousands of lives are sacrificed every year in the ocean, in hikes, in rivers, and a largo proportion of these might hnvo been saved by rightly directed effort at the opportune moment. Which of us can Kiiy that he may not at any time miiko himself responsible for the loss of a valuable life thr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

THE DROWNING. IIOW TIIKY MAY I1K RKSCL'KI) iM) KKVIVKI). A Timely Description of tn Methods of tKnlamt's National I.lfe-Sav. Ins Society Hint Which Slay Save Human Life. ' K sro nil of nil too lazy, too careless, too self-indulgent to take any pains to learn those I it tin things which might easily be learned, and which would touch ns to confront tho thou sand nnI one emergencies of daily lifo. For in stance, the revolving year brings round to ns again the bathing season and itn attendant casualties. How many of ns have the faintest conception of how to act in case wo are present at any of those casualties, how to rescue a swim mer who is iu danger, how to resusoi tnto thn apparently drowned? Yet thousands of liven are sacrificed every year in the ocoau, in lakes, in rivers, and a largo proportion of these might have boon Kaved by rightly directed effort at the opportune moment. Which of n can nay that he may not nt any time ninko himself responsible for tho loss of a valuable lifo ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

ffifrg Stan BubKcrifttitm $1.60 per year, in itdntnet. An InrtcnpnnVnt Iik-rI pnpor. putillMirrt nrrry Welnlny nt HijiiiIiIkvIIIi, JinVmiii Co. r.. iIpvoImI to ttp IntprmtH of Hi'mlilyll ana .IrnVrwinrmintr. Non-polltlrl, will tn-nt nil wild fnlrnmw, mill will iMMwiMH'lHlljr Minu if livwnriU Hip IiiIniHii rnnm, PulMPrlptlon nrlwtl.Mpw ir,ln mlni'. (loinmiiiili'Hlfon liilfniliMl fur piitilli-ntloti mum nn nrcmnimnli'il liyllm wrlii'r'n imnio. nol for piililli-mlim, hut nn n RimrnnM-x of ood fulfil. ItitoroatliifT niw Hi-inn willrllort. Ailvnrtlnlng rntmi nrnilx known on npulh'H Hon nl lliKofili'K In Armililii' llloi'k. Lpnultty cuinniiiiilciitlimii nnd rlinnno of Sifvcrtlii'mrnt should WM'h 'this ofHre l)jr Monilny noon. Aihlri'KH nil (nnuniinli'MImm to V. A. fti'pn nmm. Ki-rnolilivlIlK, I'll. ..... Knli-n'O nl the potottlri nt KojrnnldnvlMo, Pa., b Ktviind rlmut mnll mntli'r. C. A. DTKPIIKNMIW, Kdltor anal I'Mb, WEDNESDAY, AUOUHT P, IHtt.L There srem to lm favorites In rmmt II calli...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

iSu6nrn';dV)n .40 ptr year, in anVflncf. C. A. ftTKPHKNIIOIf, Kdltor rk. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1893. Travels' ffnlfct, I'apiinpr train arrive and fours Kjn oldavlllo a fiillowm Allegheny Valley Raihrnit. Eastward. Westward. Trnln, . S.44 a. nvlTrnln 8,- -7.40 a.m. Train 1, - 1.00 p.m. Train 1, - 1.4! p. m. Train 3, - - tA7 p. m. Train 10, - MH p. ni. Vkarfltld d Mahoning Uaihcay. Train No. 70, Ipbvm at T.tO a. m. Train Wo. 71, arrive at 7.30 p. m. RKYiioi.mvii.r.a rnnT-orric. Mnlla arrive and Irave the pot-o(Hre as follows: Arrive. Ih'part. from mi witxT. ron ma east. l is p. m. - T.m p. m. 111.30 p. m. tn p. m. rnoM ma kakt. ron vns wkht. S.00 a. m. - !.00 p. tn.l7.lA a. m. - 1.15 p. m. Arrlvrm from Knthmcl and Prosmittvllln ll.ana. m, Arrlvi-a from Pnnlo Tumidity, Thtirdnys and Snitirdiiya all;) p.m. Di'pnrt for I'rewottvllle, Rathmel, Panic 3.00 n. m. OnV hmtrwT.OAn. m. toa.OOp. m, Monry order nftVn open f mm 7.00 n. m. to T.;) p. m. KrxIMrr offlou oprn from 7.00 a. m. to s.on p. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

The Coming of Numinef. 1 wooili are astir with ft fluttat ol wings, Each thicket mound with the not of a song, The maples' green banners unfurl to the Arvl hlthxr the dryad mm tripping sling. f hose chanting has startled the squirrel that springs From bough unto bough of the whisper Ing trnm, Th iiplnniKwlin.c pastures of emerald line Laugh low nt the frolics ot Inmlikln lit play. An) waiting expectant Inr soraii oue to iHimi'i Trl. ki-tl oi.t In their Imlliloy unary, gay With lii iprcups yellow anil hareliolls of Miie, Th.it tlnkln anl chime wl"U we think they sr" ilinnli. Th" drunk I nglnd with hilarious gie, A;nl gini'mls nnil leap n It run to the lake. Hhi' cn-nlng! she's cumin.!" It shout 1" thn llflili 'Th"iTuii" have nome lm 'k mil the wo-nl-'lnii"k f awake!" Like any young madcap from ilnr.u t fr. Ami slnifth for Joy till In lips shall lm u'nli'il. Tli li'!d n Iht children run Into her arm, Impatient to tell the good tlilliigti tli-i MM. Tnkin etch to lnr heart, miI there ro...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

Giunulatkd cork knd bltumei f treated Into blocks li used for p riff the ttreeti of London, elasticity being Its chief recommendation. HoodVi? Cures " I em lad to recom mend Hood's Hsnpnr. til end Hood's IMls. I have suffered very much with severs tick Headache. After tktn l SIS h-itleS of litod's Karsaparlile and two boxes ni Hood's Pills. 1 sm cured of that terrible disease. I know Bond's SarnnpsriHe it (be hint mellclns I.atti. Tine Val'e evir tk." Mm. H. M. , N. V. ! HOOD'S. fisd'e I III. cure tlr v ii a V rrnli t-r lies. ft THR WATjL PArF.R HEUCHANT MITI1RELLH THR 11KHT, O 111 I I II THE CHEArEHT WALL PAPER (Joed raera V. and fle. Jld rnpern I'.. Mr. and I He. Hend 4e. Mump f r ennsel.e. S41 Wood rtireei. Fltiaburxk, Pa. GIFT'S SPECIFIC for rnoTtttnjr tha vntln- avatfm, HI miliar In a; fcH Folanna frnm the Km Hkxxt, whtMhrr f iM'riifiiioufl eit nuU&rul origin, thla preparation haa no equal. "Fnrelehteen month! I hid in I eating Bore on mv tongue. I was tn.t.t It ! tM.l l.tl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 August 1893

CLEVER SHOOTING. RESULT OF TWO SHOTS LEARNED AFTER TWENTY-NINE YEAR8. An InrMrnt In th Practice Work of Southern Field tiny flow Colonel Rleh ftrdson Came to Know Thnt He Unit Dona Plnme Itamng;. to lilt Kneiules. When ths Wmhlmrton artillery wns at Morgan City, there were many strik ing Incidents thnt sprang ont of the cer emonies of dedicating Fort Star and of practicing with the iolid shot. Tlie whole day the war and Its memories were kept before the people, tmt it was not it reawakening in which the bloody shirt had any play, but more of a thoughtful retrospection, In which the recalling of battles was not with bitter ness, but with an impartial sndnesa Among the happenings of the day none was more singular and noteworthy than one which ocenrred to Colonel Richard son, the commander of the battalion. It was during the time when the bat teries were firing shell at the two tar gets, which looked like tiny handker chiefs on the water, they were so far away, A good shot was fired, a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

file VOLUME 2. JJEYNOUKSYILLE, riCXN'A, WEDNESDAY AIT.UST 10,1893. NUMBER U. ItitUvenO Titne rlilr. "UKFALO, IMX'IIKSTKH PITTS 1 UUHliH RAILWAY. 'The short lino lietween I'ullnls. Hlrtgwiir, Hrndford. Miiliimnnim, lliiniilo, Ilis-lio-der, Mavnra I'iiIIh und .polntH In tin- upis'r hJJ roKiou. in nnrt lifter ..'ono 4th. WW, pusnin ger 1 riilim alll iirrlvr nnd lvn it f mm t ; I rwk station, dully, except fonday, M lnws: , TtOO A. M. llrudfnrd Aii-ommiHlBllii or .points North In t wren l-iillx .Creek ami llrudford. ":1ft m. in. mixed train for I'liiiXfiitawney. ... ,, 10 OftA.M.-HnlTiiloJiiid His'hextor mnll-For JtroekwavvHIe, l'U-itwiiylnhnsniiliiirg.Mt. ..lowett, llrndfoi-rt,luliiiiiiiin'H, Hnffiileatid HiM'liestor: roim-otllllt lt .lollllKOtvtMJIK with I1. K. tnilii a, for Wilcox, e.e. Warren, Con y iiml Ki -It'. , lO Sfl A. M. Acvo'nmodittlon-Kor TDiif.!;, vke, lllg Knn ii-kI l'linxMilnwney. l:SO'l. Si. HiiidfiTfl Aoi-ominodutlon- l-nr UIm vht iw, llrool:wnyvllle, K.llmoiit, 'r- mm...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE, JN CONDITIONAL BEPEAXi Of tht Silver Fiirchaaa Cltuit Asked for and Tariff Hevleloa Afterward. President Cleveland's message w l'r tented 10 both branches of Congress on Tuesday. Tt ( as follow! : To the t'miprn of tht Vnited Slntct : The existence of an a arming and extra ordinary business situation, involving the welfare and prosperity of all our people, ku constrained me lo e ill together in extra session the neoplt's representatives in Con gress, to the end that through a wise and patriotic exercise of the legislative duty with which tbey eolely are charged, present evils may be mitigated and danger threat ening the future may be averted. Our unfortunate financial plight it not the result of untoward eventa nor of condi tions related to our naiural resources, nor la it traceable to any of the atUictioiie which frequently check national growth and prosperity. Willi plenteous crops, With abundant promise ot remunerative produc tion and manufacture, with unu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

TORNADOES. BOW THEY CAHRY IK8TUt'C HON FAK AND VIIK. ftisnner In Which They Arc On cratril rhrnnmrn Thnt - Are Mysterious Seeking Uefuge In Cyclone raven I ORNADOE.S what people in the WVrt cnll "cyclones" have Wen cutting up strange freaks i lately. But that in A way they have. Science Iim fur a long time been I very Anxious to ' discover reasons for the vagaries of j these wonderful storms, but ai vet i tho laws control- j ing thrm remain i Siv t(Cv4 unknown. They i t have Come to lie ; recognized as among the most destruc- t:v of natural phenomena, so thnt j many insurance, companies ir now t waking it a pnrt of their business to underwrite property against them. It lias iiccti estimated that, tuning an VlTgC, Cncll tortlttllo COstS Olo tiff. No subject in the science of meteor ology in of such absorbing iut am thnt of tornn does. Their perf rest i rni- ! nticos, snvs tho Washington Htnr, nre fo Amazing mill the niniiifestAtions by which they arc accompanied arc so terrifying tha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

it Stan iSii'MiTt'id'on $i.so fier V'lr, in attrtiiire. WILL HAVE A FINE LINE OF BUNS! in a few days. Before sending away for guns call and see my guns and get prices. Full line of ammunition in stock. f LEX. RISTON. An Inrii'iH'nilcnt local nnnrr, piitlthfri ovrry "WediM-wluy Bt Hirimlilrlll. .IvnVrwm (V. V., (Icvnt'wl to the Inlpmnln of HeynnliWvlllw nnil.liTii-4iti,Mifi(y. Non-ptillt lt'Hl; will tri'ni nil with fnhnpw. ntul wlinMe4ptHaliifly friend ly timnnU thi hihnrln. Him.. Hulwrrlitlon price II ,W per year, In mlrnm-p. Communication. Intended for ptihllcntlun mutt Iw accompanied by tho writer, nnine, not for imliUi'titloti, lint nn a itnarnntee of 4(ood fullli. pitereNtlns new. Itetimmillflted. Advertising rate. ninri known on applied Hon fit thennlre In Arnold. Mloi'k. I,pnirhfy roinmmilrntlon. and rhntirr of arivertlwmr-nt. should reach this omen by Monthly noon. Adilrcn nil communication. luC. A. "leph nfmii, KcvmihNvllle, 1'n. Enlcrvif at the pmtofrlcn nt Rpynoltl.vllle, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

SEfl tnv. 8ubrrlption H.fO per yrar, in nilrnnr. 1. A. RTRPHRNAONi Ktlltar anal Pnk. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. 1803. frrnvilf' flnlfe. Piwnw train arrive unit It-are Iti-jrn-filflftvllln an follows: Allegheny I'ullrif Unihmil. Rantward. WnKtwnrrt. Train 0, - (1.44 a. m.lTmln A. 7 40 A.m. Train I, - - I ( p. m iTrnln t. - - 1.41 p. ni. Train t, ' ' 6.87 p. m.Traln IP. - - S.4S p. m. VlrnrflrlA t Stnhnning HniUtmy. Train No. TD. leaves at 7.10 n. m. Trnln No. 71, arrives it 7.HQ p. m. nsvnni.nsvtt.i.a ronr-orricn. Mall arrive and leave Hid piMt-ofllce a follow: Arrlvn. Depart. rnoM riia wmt. ron thi raxt. I. Ill p. m. - - 7 no p. m.ltlan p. m. - . Slop. m. riioarnaiAHT. I run thi mt. s on a. m. - too p. m.l'.IS a. m. - - nil p. m. ArrlvM frimi Kntlimel and Prrnpnttvllln II. an a. m. Arrive from ltinlc Tui-Mlay. Tlmriltiys ami Xiituriliiy at 1.1" p. in. Heparin for I'reivottvllln, Httt hnicl, I'nnlu Up. in. oftVn hour 7.no a. m. tos.nn p. m. Money oriler ofllre open from 7.nnn.m. til 7.:Mi...

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