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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

1fic Sinn Siibfirriptitm $l.BO per year, in admnre. 4). A. HTKPIIKNKON. Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1 WKI. 0rrttrlr' Vluib. nfM(nffrr trains iirrtvs mill lenve Itevn- oldnvllle a folio! Allegheny Vtiltey Unihrny. Knutwnrd. Westward. Trnln M, - - (144 a. m.lTrnln , - -7.40n. m. Trnln 1, - - 1.00 p. m. Train J, -14jp.nl. Train :i, - 6.IW p. ni.h'mln ID, - B.4H p.m. CteiirJUId if Mnhnni)i) HtiiUeny. Trnln No. 70, 1fivi nt 7.10 n. m. Trnln tin. 71, arrives nt 7.: p. m. RKVKot.nsvii.i.R poT-orricR. MnlW nrrlvo nnd leave the poHt-ofllro n folloWK! Arrive. Di'pnrt. rnM TIIR WKKT. ronTIIRCAHT. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.nn p. m.MS.anp. m - - Wp. m. rum iHKfor. I run thr wfkt. A.OOn. m. - - t.m p. m.l'.t.l it. m. - - 1.1.1 p. m. Arrlvp from Itiitlimi'l nnd I'rrwottvllln ll.:i m. m. Arrlvin fnm I'nnle Tupmlnyn, Tliurilnyn mill Hnttirdtiy nt p. m. IH-pnrt for I'mwtittvlllo, Rntlinii'l, I'niili! 3.o p. m. (iHlrfl hnnrn 7 00 n. m. toS.OO p. m. Money order omVe oM'ii from 7.00n. m.to 7.: p. in, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

Hon llurlnp's Itnrn. I Ben Iliirlnp lirnjirivl nlmul hi lnrn with ( mrnry mnn In son, Hosnlil It war. tlm flmt burn tSmt nny linrn eoulil lm Borlnt "Tin w 11 1' I full or barn! but I mill onlkeilalo Them iii n't fin barn llkn burlap's barn, nml Imln't Iwn up to ditto." An' w'en yi'r wi a wll 1-nyil man who pilwil ooiiMorliln rumpus, An' wnvn I nn' Anisl III (inn nniim' to nl rial of tint compie, Ami swislnil hi whisker In tin win. I nn' spun n hnlT-il ay yarn, Ton knowd It wiit II 'n Iliirlnp, sum, cx- poniiilin' on lilt burn. An' I wn; down to i hi Imrn, In) hung on K.) Illto sin. Ono iliiy I tol' my wife, t rihsmiI I'll go tiiko It In. Twin. Just s good iv. Jim ln"l said, m fine n It i' mill l". It twit nil Intra t ever "', or ovur 'sp'-t to W'on I como out s1. I to Jim, "What's Unit small bulblla' tln'n, That kinder wobbly lookln' tliliur, that linn- blo-ilowa affair? It lioks o rickety ami weak 'tnlnt lit to liolil n mourn " Oh, yn," mm Jim, "If full it iiilc; Hint nr hut I my h...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

Tha March af Cotor. la the early months of summer white flower predominate In the northers Held noil Harden. In July yellow flowers beutn to prevail and their reHtn seems to rulrnlaata In August, which Ik tho month par ei celleace of gulden hue. In F-epteni-ber aud October the iseandency passes to blue aud purple blossom. One Csiinot help ntitlclnf that this anarch of color among the flower, carrying ihom from white In the (print to blue In the autumn, recalle ttie supposed progression of RKearuong the star a Indicated ry their colors. It tin iieuerally been thought, al though tha rnct ha not yet been Unally demonstrated, that the whito tan are the ywungcxt, that the yel tow stars represent tho mid-season of tolar life, and thut thn deeply colored liars, red, purple, noil blue, lire these which are fust p:isliiir Into decadence. If thU In true. then In tho heaven tlso we mar ai.v whlt.i In thn color of iprluirtinm Htid purplo tho badge of be in; a sou of decay. Ingmiiillj of the Hor...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 October 1893

LONDON BY GASLIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT 8TREET SCENES IN THE CITY OF THE DOCKERS. A Ilreftk In the f rfiil DrenrltiMM Thai Mnrkn Hi I.lf of lite Tolling TrmiiMimU of Ilia Emit Slilo nf the Orrnt Mrtropolld. Munlo, Song and I)nnr. The memory of a Bntnrdny night In the City of the Dockers Is liko the recol lection of a troubled dreum, for on this Inst night of the week the great, hot streets are filled with the pentttp life of 600,000 honups (one cannot cull them homos), and all the varied phases of this hand to hand struggle for existence ap pear. The docker is prodigal of his fow shillings on Saturday night, the maxi mum of his liberality being shown most often in the public house and on the catch penny street conjurer, while the minimum is apparent at the stalls of the grocer and butcher. But men, wom en and children are out on the streets, and, whatever else it be, Saturday night is something of a break in the fearful dreariness that marks the life of the east London tolling thousands. ...

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

VOLUME 2. REYX0LDSV1LLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY M)YKMIlKIt 1, 1893. NUMDEIi 25. 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 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 11. 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, PA. Summ...

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

Chnrch pastorates lire fctill sold to tbe behest bidders in tome parts of England. ' According lo tbo insnraree tables tvtpeetation of life at ten year of age ia greatest in England, 4!.'2. It i estimated that tlie chinch Imp, Hessian fly, army worm and cotton worro have rout tho United States more than the Civil War. The Trustees of Tufts College, In Massachusetts, harp decided to estab liafa a medical school in Boston. The school ti ill admit students of both eeies. Tho New York Trrrm feels it in ratbet diaconraging to Vie told by Mrs. Emma Ewinp, who ia an authority, that while Improvement bave been made in all 1ber direction, practical cooling stands where it did one hundred year A Hoonville (Mo.) man baa ehlah lished a chinch bug station aimilnr to tbat of Professor Snow, of Lawrence, Kan. "In another year," predicts the Chicago Herald, '"Missouri's nsmewill be pnt in the bright lexicon of bug les States." rrofessor Virchow, the great Ger man scientist, reaffirms bis belief tha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 November 1893

Till! mm APOLLO. wn.vr Dons tiik i, :u.:sk! Type rind nenulles of the AriiM.in- linritctcrlstics ir tin? Ilnriinh brcil, Trot lei- mid Draught Horse -The anions itiol. ' rn.Vf 14 ill on u i hp ehu or mi equine Apollo like V Comparatively little at- tniit i m m jfiveu til tile fdiysical proportions oC ikf tiitrsv from cither an artistic or a scieiithV point of view. The animal, which, next to inau, is the noblest aork of creation, in worthy of nttent ion on other line than those of records, f mri won, of progeny begotten, of pedigrees that determine the quality of Mood nod of methods of breeding best calculated to result in new recordsoti tin race track. These ami related topics are the texts of the columns ,f turf gossip Oml daily assail nil eyes ami seem to prove that the equine in next to Ihu hnuiau population of the world in its import utice. Tho iilenl lions nml the phvsicitl characteristics of different types of lionet are suhjeets that invite inter etod study, not only on tli-...

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

&t it Star. Snhttrriptiim f.0 ;rr iriir, (11 mlrnnrt. V. A. HTI'.l'IIKJmON, r.rilliir mid lllb. WKHNKHDAY, NOVKMUKN 1, 1HIKI. A ii Inrti'iHMiih-nt h-nl iiHr. pulilNliril nvi-ry WiMlin-il:iy Hi Iti-ynoldHvllli,, ,1,'ffi-rHon l'o. Ph., di-voii-d ui tl Inti-rrtHof hVynold-ivlIlM nml .li'nV:-oin-oiiiitv. Noii-tolltlrnl, will In-ill, nil Willi ftiliiifw, and will hviHpwInlly frlnnd- l luwnril lli" InlNirlnc I'lnm. Pill wrlpl Ion nrli-i-II florM-r your, Ir t'oniiniinlriitlnim IntmnhMl fur 11 miixt In- iio-oniimnli'ii by tlm wrlnr muni' iiit'i not foi- tnililli-iitlon, hill lis n imrnnti'i of good fill III. lntrriKtllilf nvws iKimN milli'lli'il. Advi-rlMim nilM mmln known 1111 niillrn tlon nl I hi' nfllrp In Arnolds' Hlock. l.piwlity i-oinmiinli'iillonw nml iMiiiwrn of (irtvi'i'llsi-nii'iitM should ri'iii'h this nlHr liy MoikIiiv titKiii. Alilri" nil rmnmiinlrtitloim to ('. A. Hli-im- fm-1111. Hi vnol'lsvlllii, I'll. Knti-ri-if 111 llm )iiwlolllrn nt HrynoliNvllli', Pa., iih hi'i'oihI ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 November 1893

8uhfcriitiin $l.RO per yrnr, in futrnnrt. V, A. TKIMIKNUOrt. fr'.illtnr mid Pub. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1813. I'nwniti-r trains arrive mnl leave Kvjrn nlilnvlllv nit fnllnwti: Allrtihrny MtUcy Unihrin. Eautwanl. Wrstwnnl. TrnlnV, - 11.44 a. m.lTraln (1, - - 7 40 a. m. Train I, - - llm p. m.lTraln J, - .1.42 p.m. Trnlna. - W.iW p. in, Train III, - Mp.m. L'tiar.fU ltl it- Mahoning Itnilwny. Trnln No. 7(, leave nl 7.10 a. m. Triiln No. 71, arrive at 7.:HI p. m. nr.r rni.ivii.t. nwr-nrricR. Mulls arrive nil leavo tlm iMmt-oflVe nt follows: Arrive. Depart. FROM TIIK KMT, roR THR KAST. I. tn p. m. - - 7. no p. m.l2..in p. m - - ! p.m. rilOM TIIK HAST, rilll THR WKKT. (.no a. in. - t.m p. m l. 1.1 n. m. - MS p. m. Arrives from ltiittimcl nml I'remMittvllhi II. :m a. m. Arrives from runic Tuesdays, Thorilays ami Htiliirilnys nl 2.:p p. m. Depart for Present I vllle, Itatlinifl, Panic 8.ii p. m. office linnr 7i n. m. Ins.nnn. m. Money oriler nftlrn open from 7.0Ha. m.lo 7.!Uip. m. KcKlstcrnt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 November 1893

AiiliiimiAl llroH'Bi. Whin lli in ipl" lurtu In cil'in m Ami the sassafras I if lil ; When Inn smtlin's In tli me low Anil lint mlor's on thn "hl i Wlii'Ti Dm moon U lapped l vapor Ami th" nllil Is frsty eol'ti When tli eh Htmil Ittirri ar 0iii4 A nl IS" n-otti drop Ilk" hail i Anil lit drowsy sir I startled Willi fh thumping of III Hull - Willi tli dm timing nf the partridge An I thn wlil-ll -nf tlw quail, TUrounli I'm rustling w m I I wander, Through lh- J"wo's if Hi" year. From Him yellow uplands enlllii x. HmUnit her that still li de.ir : 8h I n-'nrtiie III Hi" Autumn. Him, llii li-"iiutliil. Is ti'-nr. - Ilsvnrd Taylor. AMPLE SATISFACTION, Frank Maitleiid. wUri li- came out tn join ni.v regiment i n tiulij, was only seventeen years old perhaps the youngest ensign th-n in tin' Hrilish Army though h- stood Hit feet high ml wa very Mining mi l athletic. From tliti Hi -it tin was one of the steadiest men in the service, though he loved fun as well Hi auy of thn young acattc rhraiu ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 November 1893

HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES W DvsDepsia, Intense Miser) " No prn ctn deicrlbe th. iiitrii rit'lurnl ten win from DfSpepala. lk j hIimii.i Civen up Hops uf ever bein i 11 li r wl rii I b-mn intake Hood's Ser MiiHiiiiR. I em entirely cured and ad vice enj one MiTerlm; Iriim ilj itpsia In Irjr Hood's Sarsaparilla 'I if i-nth nf lira tmti-fttrtil I urn glad tO verifv at anytime." Mm. .Ihhn lr n. f-T 1'iiid- Mttft. riMvMPt,'li. I'. lr.pp M ilnm . . h, it permltf 't V it tin tt livrnn In ftikn-y. Sara pn tl In 'iiPfi !ftit-in it ml nil i(tiiH'h tnr tltr. It ifcip ''int" rfc lifmlm li-m tul il vr npM, If fifrri'ti I'M III f trr itudt-f-ll n. r n i' 4 i A Natural Food. Condilions o f the system arise when ordinary foods ccac to build flesh there is urgent need of arrest ing waste assistance must come quickly, from natural find source. Scott's Emulsion is a ccr.JcuralUvi of the life cf all feed: it is cod-liver oil reinforced, made easy of digestion, and almost as falatahlc ax milk. VSw,il fc ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 November 1893

STOKY TELLING OWLS THEIR FUNNY YARN3 MADE THE ADIRONDACK3 RING WITH MIRTH. The Jnvlnl HlrHa Vre So T.niiglttrr Pro ToVlnuTlint the Ulilr Rnllttlng- roiitiijrlon Spread to lliilr Iliitiian Auditors, and Ercn the f.niina Ilonlvd Willi Delight. "What ntntici1 our p-rt? mot np In the Adirondack," tmid a Scrnnton mnn, "was nn entertninuient given to ns by a flock of story tolling owls. Our camp Iras nw.iy back in tlio wilderness of Herkimer county, and wo had hardly turned In for tho night whon n flock of owls nlightpd on ft tree over na and be gan to tell stories nnd laugh. Every owl listened in ilenco to tho ono that was talking, and when the tale wna fin ished the whole flock laughed aa though they were tickled half to death. "They reminded ns of a lot of drum mers in a smoking car, and they had such jolly fun it became contagions. We all rolled and laughed over tho fun the big eyed birds were having np in the tree, and before long tho Bide splitting contagion attacked some loons out ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 November 1893

VOLUME 2. REYXOLPSVILLE, PEXN'A., WEDNESDAY M)VEMI,KK 8, 1)3. NUMBER 2(5. The Mrallel SUCCESS! o Of our sales Men's and 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 f IN 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. II a efj) Vprf 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 BoyB' Good, Durable and Stylish Cassimere, Cheviot and Jersey SuitB, 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....

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

Anliimn, Thn dyintr lo.ivs full fnst i Chestnut, wllliiw. oak and liovh, All brown nnd wllli'md II", Now swirling In thn cutting Mast. Now sodden under foot -they tuach Thnt one n nit nil mini dl. Till autumn of I tin year ftimm sadly home to my poor hntt Whosn youthful h opns nr rlM, Thn darkening days am drear. Knell lnv once mine t sen depart As withered loivesnnd drid. lilt In It nil decay? All present loss -no gain remote? Monotony ot pain? Ah, no ! I li"iir a lay Thn roliln sings how sw,et thn notn, A pum tinciiiUily strain. And of nil flowers thn lint llnnnnlh those leaves III spring shall lilow Hw"t vlolnts hlllS ami white, tin nil lout loves -hall hurst In springlike Isuiity, summer (flow, In heaven upon our sight. IMnemlllnn. The Answered Pi'ayer, nv m. cnv. A little old French woman told tho following story to the travellers who had been investigating tint ruins and the chntcuu mid "doing" the little French town, ns tourists always mn.it, who obey Murray. "My mm, Jean Bnp...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 November 1893

It Is Not What We Say But what Hnoii's Harsupsrllla Per tLat te'.ls the .ten Hood's Cures A Pains in the Back And k Witter trouble iti,eil ma four yrnraot nffprtnir. tit-);f when I conimfin-cil lo take Howls arwtjwrillA. An Improvement w quickly rt tftx) ami I continued taking IIootl fearm) nr. Ha till now my lfk la niron and ! am In erfrct u';.ith. 1 think noiiriemti Hood's5 Cures praise Hissls Min-Rpsrill as much as it will TKle Itself." .lolls r'AXTON. Ncnttilatc. I'll. IJ4'a I'ilU cure crr..lli atk.n. Try a boi. PHI' 4 S 3 August Flower" "What is August Flower for?" As easily unr.wertd as asked. It is for Dyspepsia. It is a spteial rem edy for the Stomach and Liver. Nothing more than this. We believe August Flower cures Dyspepsia. We know it will. We have reasons for knowing it. To-day it has an honored pluce in every town and country store, possesses one of the largest manufacturing plants in the country, nr.d Fells everywhere. The reason is simple. It does one thing, end dots ...

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

Suhnrtiitlinn tl.fiO fier yrnr, in mlfrtntv. V. A. HTKPHKNNON, Kdllor and l'lib. wrcnxKsnAY. November viin. An Imtt'ppiHli'M Iik'bI impi'r, nuhllshi'ilmi'iy Wmlm-nluy M Kr-ytmlilsvlllp, .li-ITorson Co. ln., ili'voii-il to the Inti'ivst of Kcynnhlsvlllti nml Ji-nYrwim-niiiity. Non-polltli'iil. llltrvnt fill with riilrni", nml will hKospooliilly friend ly townnli the InlsirlnK Hhss. HulMrrlpilon prlrrH.Viporyciir.ln tidvnnrn. V,mtniinl'iitliins IntFiidiMl for mihllrntlnn mnt 1h invompiinli'ri nylhr. writer's mime, not fop piihlli'ittloti, hut nn n giiiiriuitee of good f ii Itli. Inlerestlntf niwi Items millrlteil. Ailvertlslnir rules rniidn known on tipplli'a tlon Kt tlio iitllfe In Arnold' llloi'k. I.enirlily ecinitiiiiiili'iilioiis nnd rhimiro nf Mvert Yemenis should reni'h thin ottir by Monthly noon. Addrt'HH nil t'ommunli'ntlonn tn 0. A. Htepn enon, Kevnnldnvllle, I'n. Kniend in t hf1 potofHci nt Ueynoldsvllle, rii., ns second dims run 1 1 mutter. "Thi'tv Is no mansion In heaven f...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 November 1893

Sulmrriplmn ft. 60 prr ynir, in aitrnnrr. '. A. NTKPIIKMMPl. IfillKir and I'nh. WEDNESDAY. NOV KM HERB. IHIkT. Cnti'rlr' QJttttt. I'rowiiKi-r trnltin nrrlve mill tenve Ht-yn- OlflnVllle SI follllWN! Alltlhrny Vtiltry Unitinijl. F.Hntwn'ril. Westward. Trnlntt, - (1 (4 n. ni.lTritln , -7 4. m. Trnln I, - Mm p. m. Train 3,- - 1.4'i i. m. Train it, II. W i. m Trnhi 10. - - H 4 p. in. VUnrflrM if- Mithnning llnilwinj. Train Ni. Til, li-nven nt. 7.10 n. m, Train No. 71, nrrlve-i it t 7.:i p. m. nKtxcn.imvii.in nwT-orrtcs. Mall arrive nml li-nve the pont-onii-n a follow: Arrive. IVpnrt. niom Tim wiwt. rem rim rABT. l.Iltp. m. - 7.i p. m. 111. Kip in - - 11.50 p. in. miiuTMKroT. run Tim w mi-. .(. m. - - 2.KI p. m.lMA i. ni. - 1.1.1 p. tn. I Arrive from Itiittitm-I nnd I'n-wottvllle It : n. in. Arrive from I'ihiIc Tin--ilay, Tlmrilnyn nnd Hut urilii vm nt i.:m p. in. IH-piii-ln for I'n-Hrollvlllc, ttiillimel, Punic H ill n. nt. IMlli'd lioiirn 7.(m n. in. ton in p. m. Moticv order ollh-i- o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 November 1893

TICKINGS 8FTHETELEGR1PH rOHEIGIT AND DOMESTIC. What la Going On th World Cr. Important Event Briefly Chroaleled. faetiaf. I.ahar ait laJastvUI, With the 600 employes acceptiag an aversg wsgecut of ir per ceet. the Tort age iron company at Duncansville, lllalr txmnty, Pa., resumed operation. Fifty New Cutis If una who tried to pet work at the Sharon, (Ta ) furnace were re. fused because of the ninny local men who were Idle, aid tome then sulci they 'would return to Kurope because wotk i refuted Ibem almost everywhere. At Hcllnirc, 0 ., the employes at Rodfer Brothers' glass workt havedccllned to no to work at 10 per cent, reduction in wages and work until the strike between the union and manufacturer! it settled. Nearly 200 men are idle. The wages of the employes of the tropin railway in St, l.ouis Imv been cot 10 per rent, Roswell Miller, Preside tit of tbe St Pul Railway syste.n, who in to be married with in a few dayi, gaye tbe 10,000 employes of the company an agreeable surprise....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 November 1893

WAX FIGURES. , TnEMHTllOU OK MAKINU LIFE lilKK MANIKINS. - The Melted Wnc t Itnn n Mold, Just Ids Candle Are-Then tho Sculptor Models the llenutlful fhir-Ylniloiv Ladles. TWO Indies were looking in A show window the other day, nitmiriugsti imporfod lint i, ilu vll nil a revolving figure. The pretty wax lady, dressed in her Hundny ticst, turned complacently round and round with n elf-ntislled iimior, her (futures wore "an'tless, her tirtif done in the newest twist, and the feathery creation r nil imaginative foreigner crowning ti,r improbable lirad was tin Hiiifthititf touch to fin im practicable whole. Doth model mid hat belonged just where they worn under itIhms. Imagine tlw (Ii'hIi ami lilood, everyday minmn, with a turned up nose, windblown hair nii'l a mole iutho wrong spot, trying to lie cunsis tent in tlmt lint ! "It'll no 'me," iih"d the more prst liral of the two women, "Von couldn't s-xpeet mo to look like anything in n leal Frenrhy hut! Tlmt' n French tlgnre; f eon rue, it...

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

MANITOIlAMtlZZLlES. MONSTROUS BEARS IN THE FOREST8 BACK IN THE MOUNTAIN3. 0am of Thitn Tower ail tM AImiva m Mftn, nml It Talcra Nriv to HltttMl In Tlmt TrvniFiiitmi l'rrMne A lliini.r Snrrd Nil Lira by Doing ClriMia Art. Fifteen year ilgn, snid (ii i r;(ii W. line, a Miniltolm pioneer, the grlxzly bear was no plentiful among the Mani toba Rockies t lint the Hudson liny com pnny annually seeured nmny hundreds of their skins from tho nnny of hunters ltd trappers flint liml Itsriiinjn In tlmt Wllil region, but today thin licree mid ponderous lienst nowhere so lleree or of such enormous proKirtiiin ns nutting the Manitoba fastnesses i,i quite n rari ty in its old haunts, nud 1 doubt if one can now be conn upon wit bout ndifTl ctrit and tedionii Jnnrnevof nt least WtO miles Into the Intprlor vclderness of the province. The grlizly tins tnet with almost nn hard n fate nstlinlniflnlo, nil Imttu'li. from the nntnre nnd Isolation of Its iresi-tit retreats nnd the difllcnltles attendant on h...

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