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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

The Morning lUln. W. 1. LAMPTON. If there's anything delightful In this (lifting vale of tear" i If there's anything that's equal To illt-pelllng doubts and tears ( If there's anything ecstatic, Anything to soothe our pslns, It In during, gentle dosing, In tin- morning whim It rains. Al! IV sky Is amy itlmva u. And the daylight i)n til" town Ills- heavy with Its burden A the ruin pomp pouring down Nut swake, nnd still not sh-plng. Wii ran hear tho beating rain, In n fur off ilrnimy murmur, 1 limpping en thn window pane. Thoughts of lny '""I "'I il"ln. With ft hazyhalo, crown '1 liomrlits nl night sad nil lt dreaming Of the gray clouds hiimrltigdown. ('.iiwiiiufniiui Is fnlnlly Im-iiklng Tlimigh I he drowsy si!1.---! .-!ial-is, And " catch u glli.i s nf II iivimi In ilit nn-riilug when It rn ! n-. -IVlmll I n-Pic- Miss Haines's Brother, A!Hii.i.li tlu lunik n Valley City wns culled "Tho Valley i t v Hunk" in) uus MipioHi'it to lir n rivuti- i 1 1 t i -tntii'it. it hum really one of t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

80XESAMTARY AflrFXT OF BREAD NAalMJ. ht frnt's bdsos, i. i., fleallli Comnitaslonsr, New York r;ty. It in necessary, if one would under stand tho sanitary n-"1n f Iirad making, to full ioniirphi'u1 the pres ent theory helif by arientist of (ri-rnis nil iiart played ly them in disease. 1'hn theory of disease, germs is merely tho nauio given to tlm knowledge had tf those germs by medienl men, a knowl edge, whieh in the result of iuntimera Me experiment. Heing thin, tho old term of a "theory" has lieeomo a rni Domer. A germ of n disease is a plant, so ntnnll that 1 do not know how to ex press, intelligibly to the general reader its lack of ai.e. When this germ in li trodneed into the blood r tissues of the body, ita aetion appear to he nn alogon to tlmt whieh takes place when yeast ia added to dough. It attack certain element of the Mood or tissues, and destroy them, nt the, same time j'ruilucing new snbstnm-e '. ptsFAHE f;rnm rorsn thfjii Tint the germs of the greater part of the germ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 August 1893

p LEADERS AND RULERS. Bow Some Common If nmn unit Title Cam) to lie Applied. There are lionjis of history In titles. For Instance, tnkfl thnt of the "prince of Wnlos." This title is nlwnys given to the eldest son of the mler iviKiiitig over Eiislnml, nml it enme In tills wny: Wnlrs is now rmrt of the kingdom of Great Uritnin, bs Ifviar.d nml St-otlnntl re. But once for long time Wnles wns rt fcpnrnto kingdom. At lust the English conquered it, and then lifter thnt there were nlwnys plots nnd rebel lions niiiong the Welsh people. By mid hy nn English king went with his queen into Wales to see if the Welsh were ill fronted, mid if they were to try to mnke things ensier end plensnnter for them. The Welsh nobles and lenders nil enme together to meet their English king nml to complain to him. But the king gnve them no chanco to speak. Ho rose and told them he hnd heard they wnnted a prince of thelrown, and thnt he meant to give them one a born Welshman and speaking ho other language. Then...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

lie VOLUME 2. UEYXOLDSYILLK, PEXX'A., WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23, 1893. NUMIJER 15. r He Unparalleled SUCCESS! -Of our sales for Summer of- Men s and Boy's Suits ' ' ) ;- A- m la due wholly to the fnrt that we give you one hundred cents' worth of val ue. Why doet everyone nay that Bella are always do ing something ? Be cause we have the Goods and give you Good, New, Fresh Goods always. No old, second hand stuff on our counters We have a few more MEN'S SUITS we are selling for the sum of $7, 7.50 and $8.50, actual values $10, $12, and $14, so if you care to secure one of these Gems and at the same time save $3 to $5 in cash you will have to come at once. SCHOOL SUITS, $2. Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will soon commence again and many a boy wil be in need of new clothes. We will offer 1,000 Boys' Good, Durable and Stylish Cassimere, Cheviot and Jersey Suits, sizes 4 to 14, in all different new styles (see above cut) at the unequalled low price ot 1 wo Dollars. BELL BROS., Glotmers. -...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

AT THE FAIR. THE CZAR'S EMPIRE MAKES A GORGEOUS DISPLAY. Art antl IncTVstrtes Shown In a Char acteristic) Pavilion The) Russian k Fur Kxhlhlt Alone Insured for no Million Hollars neniitlful Products of Siberian Mines. No foreign power makes a Inrger, more Valuable or more Interesting display Id Jnck on Tnrk than the Empire of Russia. Thli Iras (lono nt (ho particular request of the Csar, to express hla gratitude to the entire reptibllo of America tor Its generous help during the lute famine that earned for the now-whllo country the namo of "Starving Bnsala.'' In that (front and Inexhaustible building the liberal artii, a large and Imposing apace U occupied by the Russian exhibit. The pavilion in which thla irrent display of Rus sian arts and Industries la houied, writes Catherine Cole In the New Orleans Picayune, h made of dark, carved wood, wrought Into those peenliar ornate arches and cornices that even the most casual observer recog nises directly a being characteristic of Rus tl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

The I'esro of Home It Mmn to mo often in sllcti'n, When the firelight sptitb rs low, When tlio black, uncertain shadows Hoem wrniths nf tho limn "Kn it cornea with a throb of h'Airt-aelio That thrill eaeh pulsing rein, Tho old, unquiet longing For tho peace of home a jaln. I am slek of the roar nf cities, And of faces eold nnd strntigoj I know when' there' warmth of welcome, And my sweeping fancies migo Ilaek to the dear old homestead With n yearning smisb of pain i Dtit tears will wive place to singing, When tho ieftee of homo comes again. "When the peneo of hone comes" there'll mtislo That never mny die nwny, And It seems thnt the hands of an. On n myrtle hnrp nt piny, Have touched with n y 'arn'ng glnim On n iH'nutlful, broken strain. And my heart bents time to the menti"t When the iea"e of home enmes agutu. O'ltslde of my darkening window Is tho great world'" crash mid din, And r lowly the autumn's shadow (.' tnn drifting, drifting In. Sobblt'i.'. the night wind murmurs, To the ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

Cite it Star. Suhacriiitinn tl.fiO jirr year, in ndrnnrr. An Imli'tx'iiilrnt local paper, published every Wednesday nt Keynoldsvllle, Jefferson Co. Pa., devoted to the lnterts of Ucynoldsvllle Ann JrlTersonrounty. N on-political, will treat fill with fullness, n nil will he especially frlend y towards the laboring class. Subscription prlceH.SApcryenr.ln advance. Communications Intended for publication must be nccompnnlcd by the writer's name, not for publication, hut ns a guarantee of good fiiltli. Interesting news Items solicited. Advertising rntes made known on nppllcn tlon nt theofnVe In Arnold' Hlork. Ijenghly communications nnd rhnng of Advertisements should reach thin office by Monday niNin. Address nil communication to O. A.flteph ensnn, Itevnnldsvllle. Pn. Kntcrcd nt I lie postofllce nt Keynoldsvllle, Ph.. as wood clnss mull mutter. Squirrel! Season opens September 1st. I havo just received a lino line of GUNS, Single and Double Barrels. I have these in Single Guns: the Shat...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

-fa Star Subwriplinn $l.M jwr yrrtr, in nidnnrw. A. HTKPIIKNnoiO, Kdllnr mn Pub. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2.1, 1HIK1. rtttl' tt. l'RH.i.inr trains arrive ami lenyn Kejrn nlilxvlllc follows! Alliyhrny Vulley Unihriiy. Kmtwnrd. Wnntwurrt. Trains, .- (1.44 . m.lTraln , -7.40. m. Train I, - I il p. m. Train t, I 42 p. in. Train . - - t.M p. tn Trnln 10. - - S.4H p. m. Vlntrflfhl f" Mtthnniny Hitihniy. Train Nil. 70, Iravm at T.IO n. m. Train Nil. 71, nrrlvpfl it I 7: p. tn. rkvuomhivii.i.b piMT-iirrim. Mulls arrlvx unit lesvs llin post-omen nit follow: Arrlvw. Depart, rnim tub rimtniitin. MA p. in. - 7.nn p. ni.MI.Mp. m - - H.20p. m. rmiM TimKART. niH tmiwnr. s.on k. ni. - i.uo p. ni.l7.IH a. m. - - 1. in p. m. Arrives from Kntlimel ami I'n-wottTllli. ni. Arrive fmm I'anln Tuesdays, Tlmnlnyn nnil Hnliirility ill t .li) p. in. I)i.mrln for I'rfwnllvllln, Itiitttniel, Panic a.i p. ni. I iffli'i' hour 7.ni n . m. In l.on p. tn. Money iinlir iirtli-i tisn from 7.noa. m. in 7.: p. in. Ki'KMit onii'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

COSTA RICA. A CENTHAfi AMKKICAN STATU AT TIIR KAIlt. Fin Rxtttblt of It I'rndiiots -Mln-erals, Woods, Hides, 'of fer, Herbs nml Hoot In (treat Profusion. rOSTA RICA'S Iiousp stands at thn hnnd of thp lugoon which washes the steps tn tlm Art Pnlnee. It in the yellow build ing, with the I iluc, white ntnl red flag Hupping nttovo tho trees. Along tlio back runs it widn piazza, w li o n n foundation iH lniil in Hid water. At tlio front two mar lilt urns stand nt each door post nnd above tin- door in tho cont-of-nrms of tlio State. Striving to de velop its Impenetrable forests ninl ore rilled mountiins, it bankrupted its treasury nnd thus linn not much money to upend for luxuries. However, it is at thn Fair in a most creditable shape, nnd tlm old country which Columbus tumbled on during his third voyage hopes to receive an impulse in the right direction by taking its light from under a bushel. Once out of MAtN KXIIlnlTtO! nATiti IN doht, or even able to meet it obliga tions, the country ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

fare Ami Wkolrasm Onatlfr fominfuida to public approval the California liquid laxative fompili, Hj nip of rig. It la ilniMtit tn the taste and by acting eiillv nn Hie kidney, liver and bowels (Orleans Hip srs lem effectually, It promote Ilia health anil omfnrt nf nil who use , and villi million It I Hit brat mid (inly remedy. The Chines live longer than nenrde ol any other nation. We l ure It iir-mre. No matter nf how Inntt rtandlna:. Writ for (re treatise, testimonial", etc., to . J. lliillenswnrtu Co., Owck-n, Tlok-a Co., N. Y. I tin tls liy mad, lift. Thelfnlnn racirlcltiiilro.iii crosses nine mountain mine. Areynnr Iniur t or llnti-h'a I'nlversal t'imuli Nyrupwl'lcuro them. :01c nl ilriimiim. The anchors of the Campania weljrji 8J Ions nrh. If afflicted with w.rneresus ir, Nunc Thump on' hy-wnter. UrinoilslsMll ati per bottle. !!o 'In-ster. N. Y., Iins a company of denf mule soldier. IWImm fill, wild n tlrlnk of water morn Inir. l-ci luiiii - nn in lift, tfneeiil n b.n. Distress...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 August 1893

DECOYING FISH. 6KILLFUL INDIANS OF THE NORTH HAVE QUEER METHOD3. Thrf Cut llolr In llio Irr, ItulM II tint Om lh Hole nmt l.i'l tnwn it ticny Through tint Ir i'millns; lniiticfiit Crrft tnmof thn lii-rp l.nlus. "Yon hnve li"pH nf 'innUn'? nwv y mean of decoy bird often enough no doubt," unlil mi oM spiirli'inii llio other tiny, "Imt I dmilit If yoi ever heard of fishing by ini'iins of n iV'.i y il'li, where the decoy trim m-t w; fur 1 lit. I wi r taw it dono iiivm If iill I i:.i,c'l tr-.iv-gian bay, n )nirt of IaiUv IIiuoii, iu dm B(l, one winter. There 1 foinnl Unit the half breed Indiana erected huts on the frozen liny mid fiidied through hole cut In the ice by menu of a queer decoy. "In order to facilitate matters, aoine of them had little stoves in their huts to keep them warm while they Galled. The huts had only one onenintf, a door, and when the fisherman had entered and closed the door no light entered the hut except what came np through the floor, reflected through the ice 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. — 30 August 1893

M VOLUME 2. HEYN0LDSV1LLE, l'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30, 1893. NUMBER 16. The Unparalleled SUCCESS! -Of our sales for Men's and Is due wholly to the fact that we give you one hundred cents' worth of val ue. Why does everyone nay that Bells are always do ing something ? Be cause we have the Goods and give you Good, New, Fresh Goods always. No old, second hand stuff on our counters We have a few more . MEN'S we are selling for the sum of $7, 7.50 and $8.50, actual values $10, $12, and $14, so if you care to secure one of these Gems and at the same time save $3 to $5 in cash you will have to come at once. SCHOOL $2. Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will soon commence be in need of new clotheB. We Durable and Stylish Caesimere, sizes 4 to 14, in all different new styles (see above cut) at the unequalled low price of 1 BELL Giotuiers, - Tailors REYNOLDS -o Boy's Suits SUITS SUITS, again and many a boy wil will offer 1,000 Boys' Good Cheviot and Jersey Suits, wo Dollars. BROS , - and...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 August 1893

t LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS BOTH FROM HOME AND ABROAD. Wkit It Going On the World Over. Important Events Briefly Chronloled. Cnvftnt. f.nhnr anil Initntrelil. Int. Mkx Rr.srsiit Work. At Pittsburgl Pa., employment was given to between 12,000 and 15,01)0 Idle men in this vicinity, by the resumption of operations in iron and at eel plants. Among the mills resuming were the Illack Diamond steel works, Sligo Iron works, portions of Jones A McLaugh lin iron mid steel plant and the National tube works. All the potteries and tile works in and bout ftcubenville, O., have resumed work. The Findlay, O., Holling Mill Company employing 400 men, r.snmed operations. The men haved sinned a contract to accept as much cash as ran be paid by the com pany, and time checks and notes payable in GO days f r the remainder. Other mills will resume here on a like basis. The Schuylkill Iron Works, of Conho hocken, Pa., operated by the Allan Wood Company, one of the largest Iron industries in the state, hare ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 August 1893

"PEARL OF ASIA." SIASU, T1IK I.ANO OK Tlii WIIHK I Kl.KIMIANT. ltd ISuler, People, Territory, Army Hnl Navy Slrrnsth nnl (icnrrul Condition -Famous liuil tlhlxt Temples. IAM. the land of the whiteelephnnt, the, pearl of Asia, occupies an exten sive territory of very irregular out line in southeast ern Asia. Its area is about 250,001) square miles, its population about 10,01)0,000. Xn ex treme length it ex tends from four degrees in the Malay peiiinsuln Cliieiigsen, twenty decrees, twenty two minutes north, o n the river Mekong, or a distance of nearly 1100 miles. Its greatest breadth is about 750 miles. It is hounded on the south ly the British Malay States, occupying the lower end of the Malay peninsula, the Gulf of Sinm, French Cambrodia find Cochin China. On the west and north it is bounded by I'.nrniah, ex cept that lower Siam touches the Bay of Bengal, and oti the east the Imundiiry is Tonquiu and Annum, French possessions. Tt is in this quarter that the trouble arose which 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. — 30 August 1893

'TEAM, OF ASIA." 8IAM.TIIK I.AM) OK THiC WIII1K KI.K1MIA.NT. Its Uuler, People, 1 rrrltor.v, Army and Xnvy Strength nnl (icnrrul Condition Fiiiudih I'.ud dhlst Temples. IAM. the land of the w hite elephant, the pearl of Asin, occupies nn oxton Hive territory of very irregular out liue in southenst ern Asia. Its nren is nbont 250,000 square miles, iti population nbont 10,0i)(t,0Di). In ex trertie lntli it ex tend from four degrees in the Mnlny peninsula Chiengsen, twenty degrees, twenty twominntes north, i) n t li e river Mekong, or n distance of nearly 1100 miles. Its greatest breadth iH nliont 750 miles. U is bounded on the south liy thoBritit-h Malay Slates, occupying the lower eml of the Malay peninsula, the Gulf of Simn, Trench Cumhrodiu find Cochin China. On the west nnd north it is bounded liy Burundi, ex cept that lower Shim touehes the Buy of Bengal, nnd on the east the boundary is Tomiuin and Annum, French possessions. It is in this quarter that the tronble nrosi) wliieh th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 August 1893

Stnt tiularriptinn tl.SO per year, in udvanix. An ImlriH'iifU'nt liM'nl pnper. published every Wednesday nt Kcynolilsvllle, Jefferson I'o. Pa., devoted to the Interest of Reynoldsville and Jefferson i-nuntr. Non-polltlcal, will trcnt nil with fairness, and will he especially friend ly towards the laboring rlass. Puhscrlptlon price Sl im per year. In advance. Communications Intendeu fir publication must lm nccmnpnnled by the writer's name, not for piibltfiitlon, but as 11 guarantee of Rood faith. Interesting news Items solicited. Advertising rut made known on appllca tlon lit the office In Arnold' Block. I.rnuhtv communications mud change of advertisements should reach this office hjf Monday noon. Address nil communications lo C. A. Btcph nson, Kevnoldsvllle, Pa. F.ntered nt the "ostnfHco nt Hcynoldsvlllc, Pa., as second elnss mall mutter. V. A. BTKPHRNNON, Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. IS0.1. "It Is all man's arroijanoo, and unduly flottcrlim to himself, to call woman the we...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 August 1893

Sti'wwrijili'iin tl.fii) prr Jfnr, in nifrnmr. V, A. TKIIIKniftOi, Krlllor and Pnb. " WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, IBM. LOCAL LACONICS. Head noil's lul. Why? "The Burglar" Sept. 6th. Saturday in legal holiday. Tennis alioo chimp at Robinson'. Harry II. Mincer ha moved from Jackson street to Hill street. A Salvation Army tit holding mooting at thu Electric park In Dullols. "Tho Burglar" will hn played at tho oIhtb house Monday, Sept. 6th. The Lecture Association will moot at tho gas office noxt Monday at 8.1)1) I. M. Gentlemen call and lnsx't Boll's Ann woolens for fall and winter suit. Why? Rev. Goo. H. Womor will occupy tho M. E. pulpit noxt Sunday, morning and evening. Whon In nood of hix go to Honry A. Hood, "tho bIioo man.' Ho can milt yon to a T. Mra Wesley Mot tor kindly romom Ixjrod u with a bountiful txxpict of choice flower yesterday. Tho amount sulwerllx-d on tho pajior circulated by K. W. McMIUon to aid Joolah Wolfn, wan tb"4.r. Tho Juvenile bras Imnd serenaded Mr. and Mra. .Tao...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 August 1893

Hip Pnntt nf LiuMj-Di A sunbeam conn n-emeplmt Into my dear one' n1'. Anil slnga to our hn'it n-sleoplnt; Tim noun that I lovn tint lir.it : 'Tin llttlii f.udily-liil in tlui niorulttg. Tin Hill" Lmidy-lii'l at night Atl'l nil ilny long "1'ls Hi" same t song Of Hint waddling, toddling, coddling tittle mlti', Liiddv-I'ii'l Tim bird to tlie tossing clover. The ben to the swaying bud. Keep dinging that sweet song ov r Ot wi llltlo Liiildv-Du.l. 'Tin little l.uilily-llinl 111 th" morning 'Tin little t.u ily-D-idnt night; Anil all 1 1 1 y Isig 'Tii the sunn tl"-ir s nig Of that growing, emwlng. knowing 'lit leairtt buddy-Dud. Iiii.My Dint's era lie l "Winging Vh n softly tin' Illicit winds Mmr, Ami buddy-Dud's mother l Kinging A song that Is sweet and I w i "flu llttlo Linlily-bud in Him morning -Tin llttlo I.uddy-Di.l at ulgliti Ami all il.iy long "1'ls the a-iiuo HVi'i't s nig Of my icavest mi l my l,"t"ct !i:tt'silelIgM. I.e. I.ly-ln.,1: - J'ugena Field In Chicago II ril. Faint Heart ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 August 1893

'Took thn Hint. Fir Henry Hawkins was onco rirrV, iiling over n todlims and unlntcresL Ititf trial, and win IIsUmiIiw, appar ently with absorbed attention, to n tedious and uninteresting speech from a counsel learned In the law. Pres. ently ho made rt pencil memorandum, folded It, and sent it by tho lmhor to the counsel In question. This gen tleman, on tinfoldluti the paper, found these words: "Patten :o Competition. Hold Medal, Sir Henry Hawkins. Honorable) Mention, Job." His per. orntiou was wound up wltti as little delay its Dtusiblo. Zcfcr Wns) Down on 'Km. The present diabolical dressnink er'a device of balloon shoulders was denounced as long oro as the time of Ezeklel, that prophet having uttered this solemn warning: "Thus saith tho Lord God: Woe to tho women who sow pillows to all nrntholcs!" Tho doubting can verify this curso by turning to Ezeklul alii., 18. Water bury American. Hm c'iocr i hero. No Ilritlfh sovereign has vetoed a rarllamcr.ury bill during tho last 185 years...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 August 1893

MISSILES FROM THE HEAVENS. Billions of Thrm Full, lint Comparatively Few Ilmrh tlie Enrth. "It Is ft mistake to snpixise that mete ciitefl bnrst In tlie jiroixr wtise of the T-onl," sniil a scientist to writer. "Hut it often linpitpnii tlmt tliey nre broken to pieces on striking tlie iitmo.iiliere of tlie enrtli. Thin mny "win snrtirixiiiK, tint let me cull yotir nttetitlon to nn nimloffy. Btrike the surface of wnter with your fW, nnrt, tlumpli n f nl't, tli" rri imce It opposes to the blow seem almost as etrong as If It were solid. Now, the me teorite Is moving ntatremenilouA rate of speed. If sniiill, it in Ket on Ore in nn In ttnut by the friction of thonir, mid after glowing for n moment brightly is con sumed. "'On Bny night In summer yon will see 'shooting stnrs' now and then. They are meteorites, which on coming into contact with the earth's atmosphere are set afire. This is not surprising, inas much as they approach the planet on which we live at a speed which often at tains ...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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