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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 October 1893

Me VOLUME 2. REYX0LDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11, 1893. NUMBER 22. The Unparalleled SUCCESS! o- -Of our sales for s and Men' Is due wholly to the fact that we give you one hundred cents' 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 $8.$, 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 II. Reduced from $2.50 and $3. op. 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 Cassiinere, 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. - pors - and - Hatters, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 October 1893

THE VIGILANTS VICTORY. THW AMERICAN YACHT BP! ATS THE VALKYRIE BY ft MINUTES. Tho First Day's IUce Ranlterl In No Contest. R.ili s of the Itaue. "No race" was the result of the lirM tlav's competition between the Vigilant anil the Valkyrie at New York. Tho (rreatest fleet of boats that ever passed the Narrows went through on its way to the Hook Tljur-dnv morning to accompany the great racers in their International race from the Handy Hook Uxhtftlilp f,ir the American cup. Al most every lace within 600 miles of New York wcro represented by one or more boats and every one. had aboard all it could hold comfortably. Thousands of enthusi astic iiersnns had a tluliirMfnl dny'e outing, bnt the first ellort to pull off the interna tional race was a failure. This was mainly due to lack of wind, but Americans saw Lord Dunraveii'i Valkyrie, the prule nf.lireat Itritmn, sail past the Vuciianr. the pride of America, and Were comix-lied to acknowledge that the KukIisIi boat had outgeneraled the A...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 October 1893

A TREASURE HOUSE. THK tlTE1 HTATKS St'Il ' sTKKASLKY IN NKW YORK. Tito Thirds or the Financial Opera lions of tho tlovcrnnienf Are V. Transacted Thereflow Its Ilnslncss I lone. WRITE!! In ihe New York Herald says : Undo Hani's Hrrni box in situ ated at Wall, Nam. Rail nnil I'inn streets mid in officially known ns the New York Huh -Trend -my. Tho average individual who passes it by on utlier o! the three thoroughfnrca in thoroughly ac quainted with its massive granite fulls, lingo column and severely classia style of (irecinn architecture. Half way up th long flitrht of utone atop which communicates with tho main entrance in Wall street stands n bronze statue of Washiujrton of heroic nine, keeping watch bihI ward, as it were, over the vast treasure withiu Upon tho anine site in 17M0 ami for a score of years later was Federal Hull, rdanding upon tho balcony of which tho Fnther of His Country took tin) oath of ofllee ns tho lir it President of, the United Htates. Tho building, therefor...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 October 1893

& it Star Subscription tl.BO prr ymr, in iiifrrinrv. V, A. THI"IIKIKOr, KatlKir unit I'lih. WKt ) N KH DAY, I HTO 1 1 Kill iTTho: Am Ifiili'in'iitli'ui ItH'Hl iih Mr,inlil Mini' vny Winlnriiliiy M. KoynnltWvlHii, JiffnrMii I'n. Ph., ili'vnli-it ti lln lnli'iv4tH of Ki'VlinliNvHIi. unit .Iriri'rsittiriiitiiry. Nim.Millllrnl, will in-ul nil with riilrniiw, nml will Im impix-lHlly (i I t - ly Iiiwhi-iIh I Im lulHirtlitf rliim. HiilMrrll Inn tirliT II An mt vnr. In ml vnnri. I'uimiiiiiilriittiiiin InliMiili'il for iiiilillrnlliin mnnl Im nri'imiimiiliMl lijr Ihw wrUir'H tiniiti, mil fur iiiitilli'iitlnn, lull mi it Kiiuniiili'i rimiiI fultn. Inli'rritliiK rtt'W llimm milli'lli'il. Ailvtrtllnii mil' itmiln known on Hiillrn tlon lit thn otllfi In ArnoliU' lllm'k. l.rnirhly I'nniitiiinlrniliin nml rliiiniri of mlvirllNtiniiiN Hhonlil rimrh lliln iiHVi liy Mimiluy niMin. Aililri" nil I'nmmiintmtlonii to( A. Mlrili ennn, Iti'vnnltNvlllo, I'n. Kntorvil hi ihn lolllcn nt Ki'ynolcUvtllii, T...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 October 1893

fitirWrfpfion $1.60 per f"ir, n infi'iinnr, '. A. MTKI'HKKINON, Krillor and I'lib WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II, imKI. ttitltr' Slutbs. Iftninsir Iriilits arrive mill Irnvo Itrytt- niimvinti nn inutiwn! AHrqhrng I'ttltry fniitrin. Knxlwiiril. WpKtwnrd Trains, - - (1 44 . in ITmln . - 7.41m. m. Triiln I. - I un p. in Trnln I, . 1.4'J p. m. Train a, - - B.H7 p. ni 1 1 rum in, - - n 4" p. m (Urnrflrht tt Mnhnning liiiihrmj. Train No. TO, Ion vim st T.M n. m. Tmln NnTlj arrive nl 7 .m p. in. UKVNiii.niivii.i.a ronT-orrics. Mnll nrt-lvn nml lonvn His MuMl-enVr h renown: Arrlrn. Krpnrl. riuiM Tim wkht. rim tub bt. p. m. - 7 no p. tn.ltt .in p. m n an p. ni. rmiM Tim KtNT. run tub wkkt. s.floa. in. - 2. p. ni. 17.1.1 . m. - . lift p. ni. , Arrives from Iliitlimxl suit I'lrmutl vllln ll.ma. in. Arrive fnini I'wilr TiieMlajr, Tlitinliijr nml Hiiliirilnyn nt 1 ;m p. in. Heparin fur rri'K iillvllli', Itiillimi'l, Panic null. m. (Ifllre limits 7. On n. m. tuR 110 ti. ni. Mmicy order elltee open from 7....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 October 1893

My tittle lore cnmo to m down tnn iitiilr, I hoard a swoot voice calling, "Are you thorn?" I ostiR-lit the mm gleam ot hor ftildn Imlr, I wntclioil her woo foot fiiltor, pink ami tmro, Toward nio. 1 folt thn clinging of her lips' iiwoit kl-s, Tho soft enronsc Mint so many miss j Why should t rnitiiro liiv llkn this, Biit'ii tailing ot hor sprlniftlm IiIIih, Howard mo. My little lovn li fnlr n n Illy, Hor ryon nro iizupi depths, nil dink and Mill?, Hor mnllo ns bright as Kprlmt'-t dnr ilnlTo dlllyi And ro:io or nsphodul could rival Illy l(or heart of K 'M. Oil, Timo, l (j-iitlo with tho llttln f ot, Load thom hy paths wh iro violets ll om RWoot ( Ornnt whom nho goes, tho an-fta thi'a may Kris My flve-yonr-nld. I irothy Homi. A FINANCIER'S WIFE. BY F.llWAIIK H. VAN Ztt.B. Mrs. Adolphe Mortimer lind made li(i hor tiiiml t lint if was her duty to become n Hiicrillce. If thorn ai one thing that this worthy wonuui prided herself on it win lier mind, unit when ever t!mt organ reached n dec...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 October 1893

WOODS OF THE WORLD ON EXHIBITION AT THE FAIR. himprisf- lllorks of Tlnihpr From Pmith Amrrli'it niil Aslnflo onn- . trlraNiitlvpTrr-i-s KrotnthcN iirl- . our Stnfs--ltnlln's Tt'iik Wool- liiirarsr riank In the World. As ttm trw fiirnlslicil tlm first shfltor for Actum In llin minim ot IMi-n nml nooj win Ihetlrst niutt'riiil fur ninn'ii liiitnllwnrk, so thn fori at ami It li-iify liiiiiihltiinls rainn In for n liar of honor In the Exposition, says tlm Chlcnim Ilwor.1. The Forwfry IttitMlnir on Ihn hiko front. In III" snitttii-rti mrt of tlm (rroiinils Ib limit of wooil urnl In lllli-l Willi Wo.nK ft Is won It n nml it Ik woo toil. Wooil wns tho prlmlllvH pviti'rlril tor luillil ln ii tut Mill nss'ssrs iiinlltn-s whl.-li m-lcn't awl Invention Iiiivo not siinrsi'il'. tint in omo ways hnvw nltli'it. Tlwrn urn liln.'ks of wooil lnimnsi in slzi hi'wn in I'rlmHvul tori'sts of Hontli Ami'rii'U ninl nyi-n tho fnr iwiiy shori'sof liiirmnh nnilJitpnn. Atm'rirn hnnt-omn In lor a iimnl part of 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. — 11 October 1893

OllMANS IN AUSTRIA THE STIGMA OF PAUPERISM NEVER CROWN9 ITS HELPLESS TOTS. It It the Only Conntry In the World Whr Ponnilllng An Drbnrrrd trnm tlia Workhatwe Their Car Intrnntrd to the Refined end Wealthy. , Thcrfl Is only on cnnntry In ths world where orphan children mid foundlings Are debarred from admission to the work honse. It In in Anstrln, which maintains that to place the stigma of pauperism upon the poor little things is to handi cap them later on In the race for life and bread, and thns to lessen their chance of erer becoming solf supporting and self respecting citizens. That their reason ing Is just Is shown by the results. Whereas in Taris, London and Berlin the majority of children born In work jbonses return years afterward to die there. In Vienna It is a most nnnsual occurrence for a foundling or an orphan dependent npon publlo charity to be come In old age a charge npon the com amnitjr. In Austrian cities children of this class re boarded out in the families of work ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 October 1893

mm VOLUME 2. KEYNOLPSYILLE, PENX'A., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 1893. NUMBER 23. The SUCCESS! -Of our sales s and lee' I Is due wholly to the fact that we give you one hundred cents' 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 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 nave to come at once. SCHOOL $2. Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will Boon commence again and many a boy will 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 of Two Dollars. BELL BROS.. Giottiiers. - Tailors - and - Haw. REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. paralleled for Summer ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 October 1893

Apple Son?. O tho Hun ha kissed the apples, Kissed th apples And thn apples, hanging mellow, Rod nnd yellow, All down thn on'hsrd soon Mnko a Klory In the green. The sun has kissed tlm apples, Kissed tlm nppli"s And the hollow barrel wait By tlm Kntn. Thn older presses drip With noctnr (or the lip. The nun tins klwd tho apples, Kissed the apples; And the yellow miles of grain Forsit tho rain. The happy garden yi The winter's Might forgot. The san ha kl"l tho apples, Kissed tho npplo. O'er tho marsh the entile sprenl, Whllo nnd rod. The sky Is nil a dine A n K""tlm In tho il"W. Tho sun ha kissed tho npirif Kissed tho apples; And tho maple nro alilnm) Through t!i" linse, Thn crickets In their mirth Fife the fruiting song of onrth. Tho nun tins kissed tho applo. Kissed tho apples, Mow with Hooking onll nnd stir birds confer,. Ah If their hearts were erost By four of 00:11111 frost. 0 tho sun has kissed the apples, Kissed tlio llopli: And tho hurvo.-it air Is sws-t On tlio whnt. Pollght...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 October 1893

KOREA AND GUATEMALA, .THEIR STRIKING EXHIBITS AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. This Is tho First Time) Frir-ofl Korro , If nn Taken Tart In an lnternn- tlonnt KxpoltIon--Artloles of In ' ternst on Kxhlhtt Uuatomnla ' nml Its l'roduc-tloris. This Is tho llrst time, aflnor.lln to 11m rhlon.no Kicor.l, that Karon, commonly known ns thn "hermit Nation," hns pnrtlel putoil In nn International exposition. Though she has boon open to the world for moro thnn ton years, hnr rotations with other powers have not hwn Intimate, sxeept with t'hlmi. Jnp.in and ltus'ln. ny these thmo Nations she Is surrounded and Jealously wntoho'l, lot she. msy boeoms either too In dependent or too mueh under tho InlliK'nco f one of those three, powers. Korea thus oc cupies n very dollento and rlnnirerou po sition nnd must not onutloiisly withothcr Sn tlons. Mho l loss known thnn either Japan or t'hlns. llor exhibit, therefore. In the Worlds Columlilnn Exposition, is very im portant nn1 lntrti'-tlve. Tho Korean booth Is In th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 October 1893

Wit it Star Stibiu-riplion tl.f0 )xr Vfr, in arlrance. V. A. NTKPHIiMNON, Kdllnr mid I'lib. WKDN KSDA Y, OCTOUKU 18, 1MW. An liuli'iM'titlcnt liirnl pnpiT. pulilMird ovitjt Weiliitilny ni HiyimliUvtHt. .li'ffi'ptnn l'n. Pa,, ilrvoti'd to the lntert of KcynnliNvMlu una .Tt'ffpriMini'minljr. Non-pnlltli'iO, will triMit II wild fiilrni'HB, nml wllllxtm'lnlly friend ly townriU Hit' lithorlnff rlilnn. Piilwrtptlnn prli'pfl .VrM'r i-r, In advance. 1-ommunlriiiloitn Intt'mliMi for puhllrnllon nwnt he iuvnmmnld by th wrMir' intuit, not for piiblli'iitlon, but iii Kimruiiii'p of R(Mh fiillli. Ihlen'Htlnic new Hint MillcllrtJ. AilvtTtlnlntf niton niiuln known on Hllrii tlun nt the offlri In Arnoldn' Mloek. Tiimtfhly I'limmunlriitlonfi mid rlmniro "f advcrtlHemriitH nlioulil ronrh thin officii liy Mondtiy noon. Addii'xH nil I'ommiinli'iitliinii to ('. A. fltcph nnon, lPvnoldvllli. I'll. Eiitervd Hi Die iMwIonii-n nt 1tynollvlllo, Pn., npi hti'ihhI clan ntnll mnttnr. Though yon may have known c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 October 1893

1Et Star Subnri)thn tl.SO wr yrttr, in fiifwwv, '. At NTICtIIKNIMIl, Killtor anil Pub. WEDNESDAY, (XTfOHKU 1H, 1H,I. I'nmi'niKr I r ii Inn arrive mill leave Kcyn olilsvlllti s (ollottHi Allrghrny Viillry Jinilwtni, F.KHtwn'ril. Westward. Train V, - - 44n. iii.lTmlii fl, - -7.4Hn.rn Train I, - I IK) p. in. Trnl n t, 1.4'J p. in Train il, - ,W p. ni,i'riiln Hi, - - H,4s p, m Vlrnrflrlil cf Mihnniinj linilwiy. Train No. Til. leaves nl T.tfl a. ni. Trnlii No. 71, iitrlvit in 7,:m p. m. nKrsot.nxvii.i.R roT-orries. Mnll arrive nnil li-nve the pmt-iifhYn in iiiuiiwm: Arrive. Iii-pnrt. mii tii m, run tiir fast. t.lS p. ni. - - 7 "i p. ni.ll'J.im p m - Hi p. m. rlfllM Tlln F.BT. I rflH TI1H WMT. s.OOs. 111. - J im p. m. 17.1.1 n. ni. - - ma p. m Arrive fnnn Ititlluncl Mini rrrsriittvllle ll.:mn. m. Arrives fnnn I'milc Tiit-iliiys, Tliuriliiy nun niutiriiny ni p. Til. Depart fur Present! villi-, Itullimil, I'niili S im i. iii. Omen hour 7.00 n. ni. los.no n. m. Miini-y orilcr olllee 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. — 18 October 1893

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS ronniGN and domestic. Vbit In Onlng On the Wnrlil Of. Important Events llrlefly Ohronloled. tKllnl. I.ahnranit tarfnstrlsit. Four hundred miners who hnve been out tin a strike for two months In (lie Coal reek and Hriecvlllo l lt rlftn. Trim., re turned In work on n compromise with Ilia mmpanlc which wns a ten per rent reduc tion mul ft olT on house rent. The reason Riven )r Hi miners n llntl thi'lr wives ml children were starving. 1 The employe of Ilia Chcsaicake, Chin mul Hutu Ii western railway htivo accepted the III per rent reduction In wages noil the turn who went out when Ihn reduction went Into elici t, October I, have tctimird to work. ! The Merchants woolen mill nl F.ast 1 Vtl listll, Mass., started upon thri'i days a cck tlniB Willi a to mt will ml down. ' The striking wire drawers In the mills nt Halmn nml I- i 1 1 1 1 n v . ., will ri'lnrn lo work I HI irr cciil. reduction of wages. f-'Innticlnl nnl f ntittiicrclnl. The Fl-sl N ill i i hi ii I Hun...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 October 1893

rriTT.i cnriDi'iHYU fSIQfK lNTKIlXATIONAti CON VKNTIO AT VIKNXA. lis Otijort. AVu to Trnrh Mftltoils of (living Kflli-lrnt Alii to In jured IVnplo-llotv tlio Work Is Honp. THE Rnmnritnn Coiiprrwi which recently ncRpmlilcil in Victim -m the. llrst iiitermxlioiinl (, convention iiftlmt body, which fritn orio;innlly Rtnrtetl nt the iiiMtifjntion of I'rofessor von KKinardi, of Kiel, the inventor of bloodless mirfricnl opera tions. Tim nnilcrlyiiiR theory, upon whifh Professor von Ksninreh hiwlmilt the system wliieli ho lms exposed to the sriticisms of the public nt this con- rAnnvtvn as t-jvnF.u ma. gress, is thnt tlio vitality of the pntient ihonlil under no circumstances be im paired or oxlmustod und thnt the nat ural strength existing in the person nt the moment of the accident Bhould bo kept at its normal condition, an far an permissible under adverse circiim itancpB, and thus mndo to act ns one of the elements in recovery. The pro fessor, according to the Now York Hernld, acts upon...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 October 1893

WILY HETTY GREEN. Peculiarities of a woman worth $60,000,000. Sha hold FmIiIiiiiihI In Anpenrance, fin. rly Plnln In ttrrnt, but the Prrannlfl cation of Khrewilnpu When Financial Transaction Are Involved. Not n nnnll jmrt of the fume of Brook lyn cnn be laid to tho credit of the re markable women who have lived and live now within ltd borders women who have token rank and honor in almost ev ery walk of life. It is a well known fact that a very nrg proportion of the real estate of the city is hold in the names of women. It is not a widely known fact that the woman who Is reputed to be the richest in the United States lives in the City of Churches and right in the clas sic section known as the heists too. Her wealth is variously estimated at from 140,000,000 to 00,000,000, and her .name is Airs. Hetty Green. Her name and personality are more familiar to Wall street than they are to Brooklyn society. That is because Mrs. Green has chosen to devote all her time to the man ipulation of h...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

ffje VOLUME 2. REYXOLDSV1LLE, PEXN'A., WEDNESDAY OCTOItER 25, 1893. NUMBER 21. The Unparalleled SUCCESS! o Of our sales for s and Men' Is due w holly to the fact that we give yon one hundred cents' 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 r- k 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 again and many a boy will 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 of Two Dollars. BELL BROS., Clothiers. - Tailors - and - Hatters, REYNOLDSVILLE, P...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

TICKINGS OF THE TELEGRAPH VOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. Whit 1( Oolng On the World Ore?. Important Eventa Briefly Chronicled. Pleaatrrai Arrlilcnte aail fatalities Three persons named Sternbloth, from Hampden. O., father aged (10; daughter, 21, aud son, 10, Inst their lives In the Knlsor Ho:el, Chicago, through tlioir Ignorance of pas ml gin fixture. They were found dead, having been asphyxiated by go es caping Irnm an oi-en Je'. By the cn',lupe of a bridge at F.ldon, In., Michael Mmphy wan killed, three men fa tally and 12 severely injured. I tret AT Kalrrhance, Pa., a smnll borough x mile south of Uninntown, I'a., was -wept away by fire. Fully one-hnlf the business houses ill Ihe town lire now In ashes, and many families are homeless nnd in disiitnte circumstance. The lire was of incendiary origin. 1 ho loss is estimated at t.'jn.OCO. about half of which is covered by insurance. At K lues ' lty. Mo., fire started in a bak ery Sunday night and before it was extin guished (Iffl (XK) worth o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

m$. CLEVELAND. CLUVKlt XKKDL.KWOM S. Ho-v She Mn:ci the Vhlt6 TToaat Homelike With Soft Cushions, I'rettj Lampshades nmt . Kmoi-olilcry, MKS. CLEVELAND one of thone women who like al ways to he busy with some r, thin;? which Is to contrib ute in some way to tho comfort or benuty o hor homo. Whether she in ni hor ofocial resi dence nt Washington, or nt Woodier, tho pretty littlo summer homo where? tho rreshlent lives when it is too warm to fn Iho dnys nml liights in the city, or nt (Iray (tables, "tho home by tho Ken," there aro always scattered about where they can bo cosily picked up iirtiKtie bits of funny work upon which the wife of the l'reoiilent busies herself nt odd mo jnen'.n when alio must entertain her husband's cnllerfi or wnit for him to tako n drive or o for the walk which is so neiVHHnry to the woU-ImjLujj of ono laden with oflioial cares. Mrs. ('levolnnti's fnney work Isnevar nnything very tln It does not par take of the costly eicfrasieo of the tap estry which was re...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

SEJl Star Hubxeription tl.RO per year, in mlrancc. V, A. NTKIMIKNNON, Kdllor and lnb. WKDNKHTUY. OCTOHKR 2:, 1803. Anlnrti-ponelcnt Inral pn4i. piibllihrrt pvrrjr Wcrtm-'diiy at Kt'ynoliNvNIii, .li'trrtun Cn. I'a., devnti-d to tho Intcrmt of Iti'vimlilxvllln and .JtMlVrwin enmity. Non-polHli'nl, will tiviit all with fiilrnoon, nnil will hfi'tpwlally friend ly townnln thi Inlxirlnjt rln-s. flulwrlptlon prf(Tl.Ojwrvpnr,tn nrti-nnrp. C'nmmunlriitlond Inlunilpd for ntihllrntlon miiNt lw arpompnnliul by thn wrlliT'ii name, not fur nnhlli'ntlon, hut an n Kimrnntrc of good fnltn. lntmjtlnn nw ttrm anllHftMl. Advertising mun miidn known on appllt-n-tlon at the ofltrt In Arnold' Itlock. Lrnirhty rnmmunlrntlnnft nnd rhnnw of ndvnrtln'mi'ntH nhonlrt much thin otHro by Monrtny mum. AddrpMn nil pommmilrntlnnn to V. A. Htrph enon, K(ynol(NvUh I'a. Kntpmn nt the poMofhVn nt TlrynoUNvllU", Ph., ah MM'ond rlnnn mnll mnttip. Report of Com. on Pensions to the 37th National Encampment, O. A. R. Indiana...

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