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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 September 1893

Subscription tt.HO pet ifcrtr, in tuirance. C. A. STKrHKMWOW. Bdltor and Pnfc. WEDNESDAY. SEITKMBEllW.lBol?! LOCAL LACONICS. " Brookvllle fair. Now shoes at Rood's. Go to Rlston's for guns. Clearfield (air this week. Read Boll's ad. Why? Night school will open noon. Brookvllle Fair next Tuesday. Go to Rlston's (or ammunitions of all kinds. Pay your tax bofore Oct. 6th, If you want to vote. A new line of necklaces and scarf lns at II. J. Nlcklo's. Fresh oysters at the City Hotel res taurant at all times. G. J. Corwln will open his photograph gallery on the 25th Inst. Horse, harness and surry for salo. Enquire of J. 8. Morrow. Tho West Hey noldsvlllo public schools 0)Hn Monday, Sept. 2fth. The Emerlckvllle Lutheran church was re-dedicated last Sunday. Robinson on deck with shoes for everybody and prices to please. Oscar Steve took his wheel of fortune to the Clearfield fair Monday. Robinson alms to give you shoes worth tho money they cost you. Goorgo Lane got the Httlo finger of his l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 September 1893

II n'lll til i'Ihiuj' t i, A poet pmywl f'ir n Ih"1 itltul ilneuM, Which h i iiiIkIiI make tin. llieni I 0.' a n injr, ns s.v t tj tin ear It ivi'igiil An wodd-lilnl'n ni'wlc, iia'.'.iro-tu i,!it, Or Hi ) 1 1 it'll fr i'H ii I t y iln-.t n. Tii pruy In (t-swl : In do. Is Ixst ! Milk". tll'Mili thy voli-0 Im ilnm'i, A pure hoart homii within thy lifmt, Whom tliy, un arwl thlnnH, may rest, Ali i "! ii t i fill tlimiKlits will come. -A'li-lii It. Ingersotl, In Y 'tilth' C :iinti!rtu CONVICT NO. 18,000. My occupation n few yours njo was that (if m newspaper reporter. 1 win k ed a large mrt of my time in a peni tentiary, where more tliiin 1 ( pris oners wore cinifi tii'il. My in-n Kiii-r required of mo throe "feature" nit i clos a week, tlm subject to bo taken from the liven mill crime of the nnii mt women ho imprisoned. Olio morning, on entering tlio peni tentiary, nnd proceeding to the Imok which contained the routine items for fno press, I fouiiil this slip: "No. 1 M.000. Edward Washb...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 September 1893

Heivilitji-jr Mar. "Father, did you ever used lo lie 1in Jem were n lin?." ".So, my n " mi to rtternnl, who evitlnn I? di.i iit ucu'.l llio mat with ny ilintm,tne-a. "Nor nmtliar, eilLer? ticrsiated tha young lawyer. "No;b..tli?r "Oil, bi cause I don't ! Imw two l'o, le who tifte.' told a lie rottM lm? bo? who tell M iiihot as I do. Where could 1 Law put it Iron V" A Mattery. A famous 1'irmli pint ton. who was rotmpk-uoiisly overeating at u dinncl ome year n;ro, rxcucd himself from time to time by ijtinllng tlio Kict lloileau'x well-known line: "In eatmir we 1, I prase tho food." All. Mir." a ild one of the purM, lirnlflcantly. "oi carry ir.le to the point of Hat lory." I.llibr I'll-on In 1MM. I liars la-en h ii Tt re' fr..m i hrenlr itlar r'res ever . nee i i tine mil nt l.ti.bv I'rlsnn in isninnttitt time. It s vet v af-ie. anil mv Iwl nttacs of I; in t-il in - t.vrr l we. lis. Htir te1 n t-h time 1 trieii Ml ihc rrinv-llnn t llNil tircvtnt a y its. il at-il I a I -cvera! ill -inr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 September 1893

THE PHH-OSOPHY OF NOISE. Averalon to DIMnrlmnee In Symptom of Xcnrotlo Iegneratlnn. A woman Buffering from neuralgia sta Hons her don to keep boys from mnltlng ft noise in front of the houso. A ly comeg by whistling a performance in which we mnt recognize a nntnrnl, wholesome anil boylike act, whereupon there ensnes n short, slmrp fight Iwtweon the pnir, in which one is accidentally cut, Tho upshot is not important; the origin of it is. It has long been usual to accord spe cial privileges to invalids in relieving them agninst noise. Formerly straw would bin strewn in the street, and thou, snnds of persons who were not sick would be inconvienced to ease the pains of one who was. In part, this custom was one of ostentation. It conld be practiced only by the influential who were exalted by making themselves a nuisance. When death ensned, a hatch ment was set np in the same spirit of vainglory. All the windows in the house were closed for a term, the dura tion of which waa fixed by cust...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 September 1893

mm VOLUME 2. ItEYNOLDSYILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. NILMBEIl 20. The SUCCESS! o- -Of our sales for s and Men' la 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 1 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, bo 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 Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will soon commence again and many a boy will be in need of new clothes. We will offer 1,000 Boys' Good, Durable and Stylish Cassiraere, Cheviot and Jersey . Suits, sizes 4 to 14, in all different new styles (see above cut) at the unequalled low price of Two Dollars. BELL BROS., Clothiers. - Tailors - and - Hatters, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Summer of-...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 September 1893

EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS TitiRTY-firvrJtTii rv. Ks.jTr Mr. Hnwart, liopnhll nn, of Nevada offered amendments to the Wilson Voorhce silver lill, Inviting Mexico, the fonth ami Central Ameiicall Kepnhli)-, Haytl nnd ."nil Domingo to Jmn the I'lilted flates in a conieren e for the purpose of adopting u common sliver dollar nt not more tliuti 3M.I3 grains, which ahull lie a hgul ten r for nil debts, public ami private. Mr. I'elTfr, Populist, of Knnsns, called tip his resolution directing the Committee on 1 n terstate Commerce to investigate wrti! train robberies, which was not disposed of at 1 .fit), when the Hctiat left the. chain hi r in onler tnuttcii.l the ceremonies of th centennial annl ersary of the Inying of the cornerstone of the i apitol. HiifK The house ilht nothing to-!ny litit meet anil tnko n recess, to intend tnc celebration. TllltlTY-VlnllTll rv. Pksatf. Alter tnnie routine business. Mr. Mills, of lexas, spoke, advocating rciicnl of nf the Sherman silver hill. Mr. Siena...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 September 1893

AMERICA'S ARABS. MANNER AND CtOTOM OF THK AVAJO INOIAN9. A Stranrra People Who Inhabit' n Weird Country They Are Alt Thieves, and Would Rather Starve Thnn Knt Flub. TWO thousand miles it nil more from Now York, and ap parently it like diatancn from c. anywhere else, flu re in an al most forgotten land, inhabited by a utrango Nation of savages, obscurely known an thn Knvnjos. From timo to tinio sineo tho tide of emigration crossed thn Hooky Mountains, nearly fifty years ago, there have been numerous disturbance with those Indians, nml not a littlo bloodshed. But while other tribes lmve hwn pnalicd hhiiIu ly tli resistless forces f advancing civilization and have nought other homes with sorely re duced numbers, the Xitvujo, securely intrenched in hi divert fastnesses that nu min covet, has held hi own iiud increased nml multiplied. Above till savage tribes that T have known, says a writer in tlio Xew York Herald, thn Navajo are the ' most nortetivo rh to their history and their nftair...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 September 1893

-A- Star 8ubwri)tion $1,110 )x r vnr, in aiittinr !. A. ftTKPIIKNftON, Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, HKPTEM nKimTwiiT Anlttflt'rH'wIrnt liMnl nMr,pithlltlM'fpvtrjr WndtiPMiiiy at Hiynnllvl1li', .IpffnrHiui I'o. P., rtivitnl to lhi Inti'rmtHof KoyniiliNvtllB una .IrfffrwrntMHimv. Non-Hillllrn1t will trriil nil wltli fiilrni-Hs. nnil will lMitMNvtnlly frlrncl 1y towftitW th lillNirlitK rlnw. Sulwrlplloti irli'rflNr itr,ln KdmnrK. I'ommiinltMitlun IntviHlinf for iniMli-ntlnn miil Iw BiwompnnltMl jr tho wrfu-r'n nnmc, not for nuhllriitloii, lint nit n mmrnntre of good fnltn. Intr'rttlnff ncwn 1tmn MtHHtPfl, AdvrrtMlnic rnhm mntln known on uppllrn tlon nl the nthc In Arnoldn' Hloek. I.enirhfv eomnmnlemlonii mid I'hnnirn of silvfrtlw'mvntH nhoiild rvsrh t li If iillleo liy Mondny noun. Aildre nil eommnnleMlnnn toO. A. Stepli non. Kevnoldvllli'. 'n. Knten-d nt thr ntirnV nt HeynoldiivUli', Pft m neeond ehiwi mnll mnttir. Frank H. Stockton him written the history of "How I Wmt Tho I.nly, or 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. — 27 September 1893

Star SHhurrlptinn $1.60 pfr ynr, in ndrnnct. C. A. NTKPHKKinON, Kdllnr and Pb. WEDNESDAY. SKin'KMlIKH 27.1893! rrnvrUr' tint. I'mm'nsrr I ml nit arrive mill lenve Itoyn olilivlllc a follow'. AHrijhrny Vtiltry UttiUriiy. Rastwanl. Wmtwarfl. Trnln It. - it 44 a. m.lTrnln , . 7.40 a. in. Train I, - I .oil p. m. Train J, -1.42 p.m. Train a, - - 6.W p. m,Traln 10, - - Mw p. m. VlmrftrM d Mahoning Unihrny. Trnln No. 7n, lenvw at 7.10 a. m. Train Nit. 71, arrlvin at 7 .30 p. m. nRvmii.nsvit.i.s piwT-nrrii. MnlU arrive and leave tlm punt-offlcn a fiillnwa: Arrive. Depart. mouths wrsT. mams hast. 1.15 p. m. - T on p. m.lll .) p. m - - d.JOp. m. inimriiiiinT. run ths urn. B io a. tn. - - t in p. m l?. 1.1 a. m. - I. Ill p. m. ArrlvM from Itathmi'l anil I'rrarnttvllln !!.: a. m. Arrlvi fnim Panic Tuinilaya, Thiiriliiyn anil Sntiirilnyii al t.an p. m. Hi'pnrta fur rrnmiUvlllw, Hitllimi'l, l'anli! 3 nijt. m. tirflre hour 7.no a. m. Ina.no p.m. Money onli'r nlllce iimii from 7.00a. in. In 7.30 p....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 September 1893

I The World's A fair. All llvlntc thliiKl We henr sail son, With fins or feet or winnowing wiu3 Tcarh lis to honor Industry. At tilt grand fair, Nut fur away. Thinkers and workers will ln tlinro 1'lis king and pr m-ei t thn day. Thn limy hand, The husy liriiln. Drltuj honor to our happy land An I Iwautlfy oiirhrond donmln. Wn must Im fed Ami housed unci clad, toll linked with thought wins lionet hrouJ A'nl hrlug th poiion tli.it niukt'tli glud. Tho works of art, til oil or stone, Canvas toni'lii-.l with n human ln"rt, Mirhlo K"iilu huth lin'iith I upon, Hllvcr and il l, All wisely wnught tn fornix nml Mgurin mniilfolo, Hhow tint Inventor's wondrous thought. Thn whiIiI'k n fill r. Vorkois are wi Tray, wlmt run w exhIMt thorn As proof of thoiurhtfi'l Industry? At duty'n nil, Thn oor nml rl"h fthould work, ront liit"ll"et nml small, Whether wo ride or turn tho swlleh, Thn kIiI4 tli.it will, Tim wheels tlmt turn, F.iiiliioo tlmt t )iu ii l-T on tho rail, Anvil tlmt rln.', forges that lu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 September 1893

Llbbr Frloon In 1909. t "I hsre Iwn iutTrer from chrnnta rllrrli(fH tv (iiira 1 cmne out of l.iblif I'ritoiiln 1.1(1) nnd nt times It was Terr re- I verennil mv Imt nti iek of It ltrrt ma over lix n-pcki (liirliu wnicn time 1 tried all tlia remedies I lind prefio:ily u-ed nnd lisd eternl dnctors ireut ran for lln muna but linthliiR would ston lu I whs induced to try (initio of Thurston' lllneklierry Conlil and iiltrr nsiiiK lets than half it buttle was relieved ami mil once more regular. Thanks to your Cordial, l ciieerfully reeoiiimMnl it to iill the "olil boys" who are troubled witli thin ilresdeil lise.is- or anyone else tor sum mer complaints, t his testimony Is unsolic ited Your truly, J. l. Styron, Traveling Vnlr-ntun. ' Thnrsi oil's ll'nrkherry Corbal I" prepared hv runrslon Client. cal Co., tlrund Itupidi, Ohio. A fin Kranciscj "uoetor" produ ceo dim iles for ) npiece. Tberels mnretVnrrh In this sertlnn a tha eonn try tlmn nil otht-r rtiseses put tnRether, ami until thf Iti-...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 September 1893

A Hit Lebatrr Found. Tliero In a lobster fnnn.or pound, as It I called, 12 apron In extent nt Boutliport, Me. This pound lit the most succrasiful on the const, whence 1, 0()0,0()0 lobsters re slilpped each year. The pound Is formed by building a solid dnin ncroM a tidewater cove. This dmn does not quite rUo to high water mark, uat across the top Is placed a fence of Iron rods, per mitting a -Jily change of water and pre venting the loWers from (-scaping. In tho spring nml fall business is most brisk. When the fishermen bring the lobsters to the pound, the "fish," as they are called, are hoisted to the dam, measured, and those which are more than 10 j inches long, the legal limit.are thrown in. If a lobster Is clever, his life in the pound may be long and full of joy. If he is stupid, he will be fished, out with a drng seine and packed in a barrel, with a piece of ice for a pillow, and sent to Boston. The seine is made of stont twine and Is weighted at the bottom with a heavy chain. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 October 1893

lie REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4, 1893. NUMUER 21. VOLUME 2. The Paralleled SUCCESS! o Of our salos for Men' s and Boy's Suits Is due wholly to the fact that we give you one hundred (tents' worth of val ue. Why does everyone say 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 I We have a few more MEN'S we are selling for the sum of $7, 7.50 and $8.50, octnnl T'filnpa fcin ftl 9 nnrl ftl i. of these Gems and at the same you will have to come at once. SCHOOL 11. Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will Boon commence be in need of new clothes. 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 Clothiers. - Tailors REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Summer of o I SUITS an if vnn cnre to secure one time save $3 to $5 in cash SUITS, again and many a boy wil will offer 1,000 Boys' Good Cheviot and Jersey Suit...

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

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. WhM 1 Doing On the World Over. Important Event! Briefly Chronicled. The Americnn Wire Nail mills at Ander ton, Ind., hnve resumed with BOO men on a non-union basis. All but throe of the old Amalgamated Association nun went to work. The Whittcnton mills at Tnnton, Maw., ilnrted np Riving employment to more than 1.000 persons. The nailers employed nt the l.aughlin work, Martins Kerry, O., agreed to accept a 15 ter cent, reiiiiction. Work will resume t once. The entire plant of the Cumberland (Haas Company at Hridgclon, N. J., has returned operations. Judge Reed, of Wichita, Kns., declared the R hour law unconstitutional. Claims aggregating htindreila of .thousands of dol lars, for overtime under this net are pend ing nKaitisl every county a: . 1 city In the State. The miriera In the Jackson, (V, coal dis trict have refused the operator's proposition to pay monthly, and nearly 3,500 men are Idle. ' The Ilellnlre. ()., steel plant closed dow...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 October 1893

THE SKA'S FOOD. RxmniT of tiik kisii rmnus. KIOM AT 'I'll K KAtlt. Vnrlnit l''l;i-'nlrliliin .pillunrr In lAirmer Year am! ill the Present v 'J im; -The llnrdy New Itcd fijrd Whaler. N the exhibit if tln t'niti'il States Vj Fish Commission I in Dm Oliver ii' II in r nt ltiiiMing, I I HBVK tllO t'llil'Ul . licenrd, in hIuiwii lull cngo llOWIl the. gradual pro grcas of the toilers Sf I'P' .f sen. The Tl Q;25 Ill-it. tliiiur Hint ,r 4ggi strikes tint cvt of Dim sightseer on entering the tiovernnient Kuilding from tln north is n winding limit fully equipticd for service mi tin sen. 'I lia hardy UmIht nimi of New Kiurlntid, n potent factor in tlm early 1'V lin iit of tlm country, in given Iii" due. In oases nil nlio.it Bre exhibited tint abo r Ik i mil instruments used in fishing in rnntrmit with tin- molirii. Tin- Iioiih hooks mill (Isli-skin linei which the In dian used hundreds of years before tin1 first settler 'milt his lint are flx.l mi tln walla with tln burnished Looks nnd ii Ik ...

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

luhnrri)ttinn tt.KO jt yrnr, in mfnmiw. A. ftTF.rilKNNttN, Killlatr and rub. F.I)NKSDXY,(X'TmtKTTTw"ia An Itti1imntlinl Iin'hI rmiM-r, HiMI"hcil rvt'l-y WdiH"ilnv nl lti'.vnhUvllli .lrffirtn To. Vn.. ih'Vuli'fl to tin' llll('NtM nf lll'VllohNvlllt. aim .liMTiTH'HH'outit y. Nmi-imlllli'rii, will Irrnl nil with ftilrntw, mill will tM4m'lalljr frU-ml-if titwttnN tin hilHirlnil dim. fiiilHirrliitlon rli'vl.snnrrt'iir.lti atlvan'r. t.'mnmutilrnlltin Inti'tiili'ti fur iMilillrntloti TntM Ih tircmniHinlfil hy IIh wrfifr'a iiatm not for iitililirntlon, but a n itiiiirntiti'c of gixxl fullli. InU'ri-xtltm itt'a ttcttm wiIIi'HimI, Advertising rtilt marin known on apllca tlnn ut tho nlllcr In Arnold' ltliwi(. Lr-nirhtr rntmnnnlratlmn ami rhnni of mlvirtN4'tnrnt! nhmilri rvarli t liln nfllr. lijr Momlrty tKHin. Adtlri" till (Nnntnnnli'ntlfitni to 4. A. Ptcpli ettoti, ItrvttoltlHvlllr, I'n. F.titt-'r lit tlit iMMtollli'i ni IteynoltlivlHi', Fa., it" toimI clnKi nmll nmtli'r. Train horror anal tr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 October 1893

8ulmcriitim $1.60 per pear, in advance. C. A. HTKPIIKNHON, Kdllor mn Pah. o WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4. IHotT ftrawdtr' HiilMi I'nwenner trains or r I re Mid lesve Hnjrn olrinvlliti n follows: Allrtjhfny Valley Jlaihray. F.ftstws'rd. Wmtwnrd. Train II, - - s.44 a. m.lTmln , . -7.40 a. m. Trnln I, - l.nnp. m. Train I S p. m. Train a. - .W p. m,Traln 10, - Mp,m, (Jlrarflehl d Mahoning liailway. Train No. TO, IrsvMi t T.IO n. m. Train No. 71, srrlvps nt 7.30 p. m. itKTsoi.imvu.i.t rosT-nrric. Mnlls arrive and leave the pout-office m follow: Arrive. llopsrt. rnoM Tim wm, ron tun iakt. t.in p. m. - - 7 nn p. m.llt.ao p. m - - s.wp. m. rHOM THKHABT. rilR TH llUt s.ooii. m. - S.io p. m.?.M it. m. 1 1.1 p. ni. Arrives from Katlintol and Preacottvllle lt.: t. m. Arrives from Punic Tuesdays, Thurdnys anil Nstiirdny nt J..H) p. m. HeparU tor I'resoottvllln, Rnthmol, l'nnlc 3.01) n. m. ofm-n hours 7.00 n. m. tns.00 p. m. MonKjr order olHee oMn from 7.00 n. m. to 7.3H p. in. Iteglstur office, open fro...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 October 1893

A Son of a Heart. Dear heart I Invu you ! nil the day I wonder If skins are rich with hliio, Or bending black with tempest and with tliutnl.tr, Dear heart, dear Ic-nrt, o'er you! Ilsar henrt t lo.-.i joti ! wliea pal ) stars nre gleaming (Hil l stars t' mo. and fw.) I wowlnrlf U.m1' lovcllcrlight-) are streaming, linr heart, dear h -art, o'er you! Pour heart - If life had only ono bright Mos 10m, O'l" row to mM the dew I'd kiss It, cllmhlng to your restful hosom And wwir It thorns for you. Frank I.. Htaxton, In Atlanta CoiiHitutlon. Leopold Levcrton's Love, Leopold Leverton was iu love once more! Ever since hit ijnurril with Laura Gray in the summer ho hn been paying desultory court to Dor othy Pearson, ntul now, hearing tint Dollie had just inherited a sweet little legacy from a recently deceased maid en mint, Leopold or, as his frieiids were wont to ntyln him, Poly hud come to tin; conclusion thut her charms wore utterly irresistible. If Leopold did occasionally expert eneo twinge...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 October 1893

flow lie Trapped Ilpr, rr. John Krsklne a well-known Bcottlsh divine, was lciuarknliln 'tor for hU simpl city or mnuner and gentle temper. lie returned no often from the pul pit minus his locket hantlkerch ef that Mr. Krsklno at Inst Wan to suspect th:it tho handkerchiefs were stolen by somcr of tho old women who lined the pulpit stairs. So both to balk and delect the culprit she sewed a corner of tho handkerchief to one of the pockets of his eoat-talls. Half way up tho stairs the good rlo'tor felt a tun, whereupon ho turned round and caught hold of tho hand of the guilty old woman, saying, with Kre.it tenderness and simplicity: "No' the day, honest woman, no the day, Mr. Krsklno has sewed It in." i are Moments. HUtflN III f'' nt Co. 1 nfTff nl mat tnf rM'Tv sin -k tnr no tlava, 1 sin mrr alorkeil. Hol I Inner, li t.: Htlfp', i. 4ns.; i .yrin. Hor i.-r- s:une rira a luncf Sn.l rt,iftrp lor lot ami;'a. nil I" l V. J. !( , Vil lar Jobber. Koch-rat-r I'a. sao-h nn I .nh.orilt.il ti I't...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 October 1893

DEATH IN THE STORM. PITILESS WORK OF THEGIANT TWINS, WIND AND WAVE. Ron Crncl at Tlmra Srrm the Ocean Til Mont Fopnlnnn Crnicrjr on the riAtixt. The Land the llnnk Trlle of Where "There Shell Iln Xo Moro Bra." And there wm no more Itavulntlnn xl, I. What s etraBjfo mystery the ocean hi 8omt?times it holds yonr little craft m tenderlyas a mothor holds herchild, nnrt yon wonder tlint the charge of caprice can be broriKbt against it. At othor times it Is like nn nngry ogre vcho linn a tyrant's power and nses it like a tyrant. It ia a inarvelons sight, a spectacle of thrilling magnificence which make the Mood tingle, to stand on the beach at inch time and watch the serried col umns of white capped rollers dash them selves to pieces on the sands. They re mind yon of Napoleon's army at Water loo, which had wandered over Enrope with victorions Imnners, which dreamed of no force which conld resist its prog ress, but suddenly found itself face to face with its master, and then, with tin cont...

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