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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 June 1892

Huhnrrlplinn $t.RO jwr yror, in mlninrr. V. A. HTKPIIKNMON, Kdllnr and Pub. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 20, 112. mtrtrr' Wnlr. I'nwnii'r trnlim arrive hi the Kcynnliln vllln ntitliim x fnllnwxi Kimlmml. W'rdvNinl. Trln9, - B !W(i m.lTrnln 8,- -T.OTa. m. Train I, - - l.nip. ni. Trnln 1, - - I 41 p. in. Tmln :i. . ,fln p. m.lTrnln III. - Vim p, m, ( nitrHiii.imvii i.il rswT-orrim. Mnlts nrrlvpnml mill Iiuvi- thr pnl-nniri n folloWNt A rriif. Ihfnirl. rmiM Tim wr.KT. run Tim hast. ' I. tap. m. - - 7 m p. hi Id inn m. - j:ip. m. miiM Titr rAHT. mn Tim w k.xt. TOO ii. in. - - ami p. rn.lT.nojr ni. 1.1.1 p. in. Arrives fmin Itutliincl mill Present tvllln .Mn. m. Arrives from I'tinlc Tin'wlnys, Tloirilnys nnil Hiiluriliiv nl t:.n p. m. iH'liiirln fur rri'-i'nttvlllc, Kiltlilnrl, I'milr .1(W. m. j Office hour 7 (On. in. to H nop, in. Money order iiftlrn open fliilll 7.110 II . III. In ?.:p. in. Ui kIhIit iilll iiicn finm 7.ini a. ni. to H imp. in. 1.1'tful flnllilnv from 7.w tns.iw n. in. nnil from li....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 June 1892

Treasures, fnn't lose courage spirit brave Csrry with you to tin grave. Don't lent time In vain dUlrcn ; Work, nut worry, bring tuccess. Ion't lose boei who Iris her stray tlocs forlornly ill the way. Iton't lMt patience, com what will; ratlcnc oft limit outrun! kill. Don't lose gladness t every hour Hlcoms fof you some harpy flower. Though be foiled your desrest plan I Don't lbsc faith In Mod ami man. Womankind. Found by an Umbrella. tir Fltll'lltlt! IIOWB MAttlo. f went down to tlm Balms at ltivor wlllo ono summer. I had beou tor Lard nt work nil wlntor, and my phy sician laid Hint a week's rcat would do tno food. Tlio Balms wm my un cle' place, mid wo wore having lino, pen weather that month. It was strange, having nothing to do after being an long actually drlvon Willi work. 1 had Herod, my dog, with me, a grcnt Kngllah stng-houud. Ilorod and I used to take long walkt through tlio opon country. Wo mod to go strawberrylng and botanizing a little. AVo did ome hunting and a hit f 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. — 29 June 1892

TBI PLATFORM. Following l th fliitfttrtn adopted by lb Aatltmal llemorratic tHjiiYentioii: fircriosj 1 The representative of the Demmratic party of the rnited Wtates, In National convention assembled, lo renin mi Ibeir allegiance to the principles of tlia piirtr aa rurmulatetl by Jefferson and exe m t'litiwl by tliat long and Illustrious line of ni Successor in Ueinwrat leadership from Marhson to Cleveland. We believe the public welfnre demands that thesa princi ples he applied to the conduct of the Federal Uti'erntiient through the accession tn power of the party that votes them, and ire solemnly dec are that the need of a re turn to these fundamental principle of free popular r.overniiii'iit, bawl on tiotue rule and individual liberty, was never more tirpent than now, w hin the tendency to retitralire all power at the Federal Capital liaa become a menace to the reserved rights of the Htates that strikes at the very Mots of our Government and tinder the Constitution as framed by th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 June 1892

ANlOHTONTriElIVEIt THE LAST RUN ON THE MISSOURI OF THE MARTHA MITCHELL. Dangerous Snag That Are a Coastanft Menace to Rleer TralBc The Sleep rilol of tha Mitchell Wu Mechanical and tha float Want Down. Ncrer doubt nnythlnjf you hoar nhont (he treachery of the Mliwonrl river. The oldest pilots on tha Btreom those griz (led fellows who went to Fort Benton on trips that netted from $9,000 to f-'O,-000 each will tell yon tlmt a "tie np" OTer night is the only way to insure the passengers that the morning will not find them stuck on bar in mid stream, or, what is wonte, ramped on shore with the fcont pinned by snag and settling in the mnd. No modern snag boat can keep the channel clear of the heary logs that are always floating down from somewhere up along the Dakota, Iowa or Nebraska shores, green at first as torn from caring banks, but dead, hard and splintered when most dangerous. Snags that stick their noses aboTe the water are little to be feared, but the hidden logs, those whose li...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

VOLWIE 1. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1H!L. NUMIJEIl 9. lltrrllitttrou. Q MITCHKLL, ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW. Office on Vot Main street, npiwwlle the t'ommctvliil llotfl, KeynoliNvlllc, Ph. jjh. a e. iioovkk! R K V NOLI )S V I I,I,E. l'A. lleilrtent dentist. In hnlMInc near Methn flW .rhuri'h, opposite Arnold muck, lictitle npw In npfrntliis:. tfotrlo. J JOTEL McCONNKLL, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FRAXKJ. BLACK, I'rojmHnr. The It'Siling hotel of Hie town. Ileitdtinr tern for romnietrlnl men. Htenm In-lit, five bus, bnth room mid elnsets on every floor, sample rooniH, htlllitrd room, telephone con nections, u JJOTEL 13ELNA1, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. aiiEEX&fVXHElt, Pmprirtom. First class In every particular. Talented In the very centre of the h"tltiiiwpiirt of town. Free 'bus to and from i nuns and commodious sumple rooms for commercial travelers. ERICA N HOTEL. BROOKVILLE, PA. JiUFFlXOTOX I.OXO, Vi'n. Omnibus to mid from nil trains. F.iimpenn restaurant. House licutcd urid livlitcd Ity ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS FROM MANY TOINTS. Important News Items Beceived as We So to Press. t'rlme nml Penalties. County Treasurer Fuller, nt Pari, Ark., had deosited III n trunk in the outskirts nt the town between l.noo nml -,on0 of the county's funds. 1 Hiring the absence of tha family some one mailt ofT with the trunk. Less than a year ago the same olllcial wa robbed of ll,ouuof public money. John Thornton wn hnm.'cd nt Ft. Smith, Ark. When the drop full the rope nearly severed Thornton' head from hi body. Many of tho spectators were overcome by the horrible sight. William Black wn hanged nt l'lne ItlnlT, Ark., for the murder of Ooorgia Smith In January hist,. The vletim was the 10-ycur-old daughter of Black's inistres. Mrs. Susan Sewoil, of Boston, threw her baby out of a fourth-story window ami then Jumped Prom the window herself, both dying In a short time. A man nml woman, who registered ns Mr. and Mr. F. H. Claud In n hotel in Baltimore, Md., committed suicide direetly after ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

"WIIEELS"IfnVAR. feltK VK OF niOVCI.KH IN Mtlit TA11Y OIMUIATIONH. Over- nooo Military Cyclists In ling- Innd Maninnvrve r inn Men on thn Wheels Mow thn Cycle ' la t'tllir.cd In Wnrlaro. HR idea of mil- Irltig cycle for , military pur pose in Knglnnd seems to havo been thoiiuht , of as long "go as IMS I. Hut it wn not until four year later Hint the llglitinil cyclists were introduced Into Knglnnd, tlie honor of introducing them bo longing In Colonel ' Tnnuilln, who cin- gloved ryciift.t as scout dm inn t,ia 'atcr mintmtuvrcs of 18H5. i The Twenty-sixth Middlesex Cyclist Corps, tin) rcuiimint on wheels, havo heir licnlruurtrrit in a homo In tho iueen's road, Chelsea, nearly oppositu Chelsea Hospital. Tim garden attached to tho house, somo 10 yards long, is ejscd nt a drill ground when tho corps Is fiot lit tho Utinrds barracks, and in tho t.ililcs n large number of cyclo are tored. 1 Tho Twenty-sixth Middlesex, Hie only aroliintctr regiment on whirls in tho country, Biul consequently...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

i Star Suhneriptinn $1.60 r yrnr, n ndvnnre. An Inilrjionilrnt Iiht.1 pH-r, pnlilMwd pvrry WwliH'wIny ill. Hi-viiiiIiIhvIIIp. .li-nVrwm .. Ph., ilf-vix'wl to I Iip IntPtwtii of Kcynolilvlll Riiil.tenYi-wmrinintT. Nnn-piilUli-iil, wlllttviit. II with ftilrnpw, anil will lippxiwliilljr friend ly townnm tup Itilmrlti. ( mm. RiilwHiiilnn nrli-..I.NliT ronr. In nnrnnrp tVimmiinli'iitliim IMiMiilwf fur iiillli'nlln milM w m"riiniimiu,Mi iy in,' wmt-i f niinn-. But fur iiiilillriilliin, but it ft mimnntw nf rimkI fiiltlt. liilPMKtin ni-w iirnm wmi-in-n AiIvi-HIaIiik rntpo mil tin known mi Hiillrft- Ujiti nt lltn iiflli! In Armilil)' ItliN'k. Lvnitlily rmniniuilcntlmm unit rhnngp of BflvprtiKuinpnin Milium nni'ii nun iniirw hj MiiiiiIh iiimmi. AiMrpw nil rommimlrntlunn iaV. A. Plppli- nmin, Kpynnltlvrlllp, l'n. Ktitrnif M Hip pmtnnVn nt ni'yimllvllp. la., an HtH'nnu rinwn nmii nuini'r. C. A. NTKPIIKNNOKI, Rdllor and Pub WEDNESDAY, JULY fl, 1W2. It In stated that ll.OOu.noo lH-rwiiiH have jH...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

.V- 1 lie -jir Star. Huhtcriptimt tt.HO pe ymr, in mlvnnrr. mi-Wtor trains arrive lit I hp Ki-jtmiliw- stntmn n roiiiiwn: EafUranl. Wmhranl. rnlnH. - - (I..Ua m.lTrnln 0, 7.W. m. 'ruin I, - p. m. Trnln J, - 1 4! p. m. ruin a, - - n..m p. m.i rmin in, - w.mp. m. RRTiioi.noviM.R nwr-orrtca. Malls arrive unit mid Ipbvp the poHl-cifflc-e n 'lllloWHt Arriiv, Vpiirf. rwm thb wkst. run Tim .1(1 p. m. - - ?.m p. m.A.I0n. in. - I2.:m p. m. ronwTnr. fast. rim thk wt, mil. m. - - 2.il n. in.l7.on n. ni. - - 1. 1.1 n. tn. .t. TKPMKNfJ, Rdltor and Pub. WEDNESDA Y.JULY fl, 1M2. k frrntitlrra' OTntbt. frlllr I ArTlrm fnim llutlimol nnit Prrviittvllli' lll.HHn.ni. I Arrives from l'nnli- Tiitwlnyn, Thiiiilnys and Hiilnninv" nl J.:w p. ni. Di-purlM fur I'rcsruH villi', Itiitlunt't, I'linlo I A.(w p. ni. ) I ,.f.iMli'it hours 7.00 n. ni. IciH.no p. tn. ' Moncj)) nnler nnVo fiHn from T.oon. in. In 7..PIP- nl.' ui'KIMiit inure open irom h. in. UiH.imn. m. 1.1-irnl lloMilnr from 7.00 tns.ro n. tn. nnil f...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

The tilorlnn Fourth." TUP. HOY'S llESOl.VB. T 1 1 it ...1,1. i ... .1 1 nri. ....... . i. - il II flllf 111 I'll s.ivp my cash that t may buy Bonip crackers loud ami nickel high, To Wake the echoes III tlipskr. On Independence Diy?" tiik t iin kkm's i in nni. "I'm afraid t It- t-'miith of .Inly,' Clinked n chicked wliii llvi'O In Delhi j 'So I'll puck up my grip, Willi my sunshade ami kip, Ami ntiay to the city Til ily.' I.ru AM) Tin: Foiiitii. Tint .Fit')- I. the in. mill nf the Zo llaml writers have written, llntllic l.lim Unit I have my eye uu lie represents Britain l.'al Iroulili' In aviuir his bacon One ilny In .Inly lilllll! by. flu n stulet'ient like t It ! at ( inn li-mo sails Aluat lip tnki'tl. Till! Al rCIIM A I II. .A In", wIipii the day lina g"iiu Iiy, How lumvy ami heartfelt the hIIi. As tin1 bills all ccine In For the firework" ami lln. Am! wp Hud llir fun costs mighty high. Am! ti e hoy, ns Willi pain liu Is toned O'er his pl!luw, fun reckons llio post Which the day's...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

ef 2 BiMtrlml root Mark Mayer of the deductive (tame o! fxwl often Hnd It desirable, especially on private turtle, to dispense with the services of the attendant whoa duty It ) to mark the score. To meet such conditions an electrical rpRlster has been devised by which the process of I lip Riuno can bo ac curately recorded. Contact buttons, are so ni ranged In front of the pock ets that when a ball Is holed It strike the button, nnd the point Is regis tered by an nnnunciator tin the wall of the room. The sanio principle has been applied to a pin-pool table, l'ush burtons are fixed in place of pins on an ordinary pool table, and the balls passing over the buttons mako n connection which Is shown on the annunciator, s that when the player has finished grot-inn t lie total number of points made arc automatl enllv recorded. RiiMlnn Devotion. The Rnsslan Is a very religious man. Whenever he leaves his cottage or inters It he will bow before the lni,i;o f a saint that Invariably has Its la...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 July 1892

RIKLS AT MEN'S WOltK VOUNQ WOMEN IN PITTSBURG MAKE IRON BOLTS AND NUTS. Work That Seem Hard for Otnlnln HaiuU, hat Which I Liked hjr tha Girts, Who Are Try Skillful Thrjr Ara Neat and Intelligent Tlmlr Pay.' Thore are prohnlily n thnnannil womrn hi Pittsburg wlio work In iron mill making bolts, tints, hinges find bnrhcil wire. It deems almost inrreiliblo that girls should be employed In an oocnpn Hon which Is associated only with brawn and mnsrle, bnt snch is the case. At the first sight of the bolt works one can not believe that anything bright or In teresting conld live inside. At the call of the 6:80 a. rn. whistle girls are seen coming from all directions toward the factory. They are generally dressed tidy and well, and with their lunch bas kets on their arms are not tinlike any working girl one may see. The first thing they do after entering the bnilding is to change their street dress for one to work in, tie tip their hair, roll tip their sleeves, and, putting on a coffeesack ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

VOLUME 1. REYNOLDSYILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 12. NUMBEIl 10. t1errtlitnrotte Q MITCHELL, ATTOnNEY-AT-LAW. Office on Wet Main street, opposite the Commercial Hotel, lt'ynldvlllc Ph. jya. B. E. HOOVKH, HEYNOLDifVILLE, PA. Rnlr1pnt rienllKf . In hiiltrllnff near Mntho- dint chun-n, opposite Ariunii moth, uimiuih - --- ---v.r . .. dcm In operating 4)ottl. JOTEL McCONNELL, UEYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FRANK J. BLACK, rrietor. The lending hotel of the town, Headquar ters for rommeivlal men. Hteam heat, five 'bus, hath room and rliet on every floor, umiilK rooms, billiard room, ti'leplione con nections, Ac. JJOTEL BELNAP, RE Y NOLDS VI LLE, PA. ORE EX ct COXHER, Proprirtnm. First fins In every particular. Located In the very centre of the hiilnopart of town. Free 'him to and from train and commodious sample room for commercial traveler. MEBICAN HOTEL, BHOOKVILLE, PA. IiUFFIXUTO d- LUXG, iV p Omnlbti to and from all train. European restaurant. Ilouie heated and limited hy ga. Hot and eold wa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

I Onr Choir. Who soars so high on Music's wing Wheij wide iihe ope her moutb to sing, And giggles at (he slightest thing? OurB'pranoI Who Units the places In the hooks, Convulses un with funny look, And never once gets "off tho hooka T Our Alto! Who stands In danger day by day 'Of being carried clean wy Ry pretty girls? Well, I've heard say Our Tenor! Wl o glveth forth n ponderous tone One which can nil hut stand alone On firm foundation of Its own? Our Basso I Who touches lovingly the key And dm forth sounds which charm and ple'iTO Born In a csstle o'er the sca? Our 'Comp'niat! It la a quintet to admire, Uiitourhcd by jealousy's llerco lire To bu engaged ! Who unta to hiro Our Choir? -Boston Timca. IN A HOLE. 11Y II. C. DoniiK, I linl been nivay from tho ranch ainco tiny break on a solitary hunting expedition for small game, unci now, with night earning ojti, I was endeav oring to 11 n J my way back. Whero juul liow far I wai from camp I know not, but with a genem! idea of it direc...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

FIFlTrSECPNTCONGRES . ' TrnoAT Mr. Borrr, In tha Senate to day; called lip Mr. Hale's resolution at to tne two policies nf "protection anil tariff, lor revenue .only," anil mldrnnod tlie Sen ate. Tbeonlv other siiliieut of Interest tint oeruplod tho nttpntlon of the Henste to-day the disputation in conference over the item iuserteil In the district opproprintlon bill liy tlio Senate, appropriating 100,000 for the entertainment of the (Irmicl ArtrtJ of the Kcpiilillc at Itn enrnmpinent next Sep tember. There wns about nn hour's dismis sion of that iinestlon and flnallv there was a vote on it, willed showed a majoritv of nine in favor of Insisting on the Item. T"hcrc was not, however, a quorum vol I nit, but Mr. Al lison, the chairman, accepted the vote as a snfllcient indication of the sense of the Sen ate on tho subject and a further conference Was agreed to. Adjourned. The li(,'ht on the f ree Coinage bill, passed by the Senato Friday, be-all in the liouse .to-day, ns Boon an Speak...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

tilxt Star Niiimrrililinn $tM jwr J""". ''''""' A n linli'ininli'iit turiil iiiit, iiiiIiIMhmI every WimIiii'Iiiy ill HeyimlilMvllle, .lerTerwri i';;.. I'n., ilevnl'eil In I lie liilt'iKHlmtf Heyiiiilitavlllii ....I ...,lv Niiil-lmlll It'll). l II IM'lll oil Willi fiiliww, unit wllllieeMiii'Hiilly friend lir Inward IIib latHirliia cIbiw. Niilwrlntliin nHee ei.ro per yenr.ln advene. ('imimiiiili'itllima Intended fur jnitillealliiii miiHl. In- iiiviiiiiimnli'il liy the wrller nnine, mil fur piildlHilliiii, lull nn a uniiriinlee l imI fiillh. Iiilenwtlmt new. Ileum willr I'll. Ailvertlln Mill") iimile known nil Hppllt'n Inn nl the utile III Arnold.' llltwlc. Leimlilv I'liiiiniiiiiliMill.iim nnil rhiiiiiie f advert lue'tnenl. .limild reneh Ihm utile liy Moniliiy niHin. , , . . .... Aililret. nil riimitiiiiileiilliin. InC A.piepli finum, lleyniild.vlll. I'n. Klltereif III till- HwlllMl'K lit Iteyinililivlll, Ph., h MiM-nnil elii-M mnll tnnlter. V. A. KTf.l'lll'.KIMON, Kdttnr and I'lih, w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

ft Star Niibarrijithn tl.HO jter year, in mlmnrr. t A. r4TKPHKIlflONt Rdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1802. PnwHnrr train arrive nt thn RiyimliN vlllp station as follow),! Eaulirartl. Wmtwarth Train 9, - 8.15 a m. Train I, - l oo p. m. Train 3. - - H.flo p. m. Train i, T W . tn. Train 1 1.43 p. tn. Train in, - D im p. ni. mtTxoi.imrn.i, roT-orric. Malls srrlresnil anil Iphtp tint post-omrc n follows! Arrive. lkfxtrt. rao thk m. mn Tim kakt. l.l.i p. m. - - 7.i p. m W.tnn.hi. - - r :ip. m. rHM TRK f ART. ri)R TUB WT. T.OPii. iii. - - a.m p. ni.l'.nn it. ni. - - I 13 p. m. Arrlrpo from Knthmcl mid I'rrsrottvllh" II nin. m. Arrive from I'nnle Tui'siliiys, Tliiiriliiys Bud Hntiirdnys nt 2.:ni p. ni, Hi'pnrtH lor I'rcscollvllje, ttiithmrl, 1'iinlr n.CMi. m. . tiftVr hour 7.0fn. m. tnS.nn p. m. Money order ollli',' os'n from 7.00 n. ni. to 7.:ip. m. Ut'Klstrr ofllrt, nMn from 7.INI a. ni. to H UM p. ni. l-4-inil llollriiiy from T.TO toS.nti a. ni. mill from li.m to H.iai p. m. Otllce ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

BELEAGUERED . P1NKERT0NS , . . 'A Fierco and Fatal Battle Between Strikers and Detectives T CARNEGlfsTEEL WORKS. Bombardment of Two Unrgen Containing GOO Private ' ' Detective?, tONa LIST OF KILLED A? BOUNDED Cannon, Musketry, Dynamite and Firs TJed With Deadly Effect. Fix strikers and fen rinkcrton detec tives are ilrail, twenty striken are in jured, some fatally, ' and forty other men, distributed among the two sides re badly hurt. This Is the list of fatalities and casualties due to the great iron-worker' strike that caused the battle between Pinker tona and strikers at Homestead, 1'a. mi i,i ii. .Tons E. Monitis, !is years old, laborer: Hrsnv Sthkhilk, 'JO years old. driver: I'Rrui Frr.iUK, aged 'it yearn; Sii.as Wain, aged Tears, an Fnglishmnn, laborer: Thomas Wki.don. aged in, laborer; .1. V. Klein, of Chicago, a I'inkerton niiin: Joskpii So. Tak, of Austria, a striker; M. A, Con si to", aged 40, a I'inkerton man, of New York. injiiiip. Amonc twenty-five mill men nnd sympa thi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

1 1 THE REALM OF FASHION VTBAT. TO WEAR AND BOW TO MAKE XT. A Pretty Dress For a Girt Between Eight and Tan Other Novelties. IdTIlKD here is a very pretty little dress for a child of 8 to 10. It may he inii'li) up In almost nny mnti'rlal. Yon finish the skirt In front with bands of embroidery. Thcro la ulo nn embroid ered plastron ami foliar. The plastron Is framed with fold ed hrucos und the belt Is alio made in tho name style. While simplicity lioal'l always he the key lmte in l!iliions for chit ilren, for nothing looks more riilieii- A rtirTTvcyt.i.V iim:s. ,,, than im ovor. .drcssedchild. yet if tastefully applied mid ho tones he ki l t unlet and subdued, n cer A stampko rori..nn. Iain nmonnt of garniture la always to b onimended. ' For summer costumes, how ever, all appearance of heaving, all over weight effects should he riirefully avoided. Above all things should n child's costume 'lie in strictest harmony with Its coloring. Hoft tints should be chosen, such ns mcll Into the ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 July 1892

GIRAFFES IX EUROPE. THE DIFFICULTY OF OBTAINING THEM FOR EXHIBITION. Jnllun fVnr Xfm Hik Hint to Import Them for thn AiniMpmpnt nnil r:titir tatnment of th Itomnn Pnptilnflfl. Bnglnml Hun ftrvrrul In 18.1ft. The first fflrnff umi in Enmjw slnen the tertinry ejKK-h was obtained from Alexandria by Julius Orsnr nnl ex hibited at thrCiiwiieiiingames to crowd who expcctnd from its tinuio, "cninnlo pard," to find In It n. combination the lie of a rntnel and the frrocity of a panther. Pliny, who described It, echoed the public riipaiipolntmpnt. "It was an qniet," he wrote, "as a sheep." The trailn probably reached Its ninxi mnm nfter It became the fashion to ei hibit combats of wild beasts at Rome; yet even then giraffes seem to have been scarce in the popular shows, though Pompey could exhibit 1500 lions at a time, and the Emperor Titus, at the ded ication of his new theater, caused the slaughter of 8,000 wild beasts. Either the number of wild animals In the prov inces must have been beyo...

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