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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 November 1893

&flg jtc Star tiuhnrriiilion tl.KO per year, in advance. C. .. TF.PHK!NKON, Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. img A n Imli'iH'mlrnt l'nl pniwr, pulillilicri rvvry WeltiHIy nt KiyfMliNvtllo, Ji'ftVrsnn Co. Pa., (li'votpd to the Intormtn of Kiynol(Nvlllo ami .Tt1Tir4onriiinty. Non-polltlcal, will tnat rill with falrnoaa. ann will Iwenporlnlly frlpml y towniil the laboring rlaaa. Rnrwrlpt lin prlrefl.SOporirpfir.ln advance, rurmnunlrattona InlrnnVn fir publication tnwnt In, nccompiinW'd by tho writer name, not for publication, but a A nimrnntte of giKHl fnlih. IntcroMlnn; now Iti-ma aollcltiMl. Advprtitlntf rnto made, known on ttppllca tlon Ht tlm offlcf In Arnold' Hlock. I.cnirlitv communication and rhaniro of Rdvcrtlpmcnt iihould roach thin office by Mondny noon. Addro nil communication loC, A. Htoph Annnn. HcvnoldHVllli I'a. Kntvrcd' nt the noatofrlce nt Reynoldsvllle, Pit., n- wnnd clan mnll matter. m-rally whon a mn fori tho nootl of oconomy ho thinks It ought to brgn wi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 November 1893

Subscription $1.50 per yenr, n adranre. C. A. HTKPIIKNNON, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEH 20, 181)3. Vtt-avrltrs' OTulDt. Passenger train arrive and leave Reyn olds vlllu as follows! Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train, - 6.44 n. m.lTraln , -7.40a.m. Train I, - - J.00 p. m. Train J, - 1.42 p.m. Train 3. - - s,7 p. m.lTraln 10, - - 8.4H p. m. Clearfield d Mahoning Railway. Train No. TD, leaves at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrives at 7.311 p. in. retwoi.dsvii.i.i rosT-orrici. Malls arrive and li avo the post-office as followm Arrive. Depart. rnoM mm west, ron the bast. 1.1.1 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - dsn p.m. mom the east. rn tnicm. .00 a. m. - - 2.nn p. m. 17.1(1 a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from Knthmcl and Proscottvllle ll.:)a. m. Arrives from Tanlc Tuesday, Thurdays and Saturdays at 2.30 p.m. Depart for Prescottvlllc, Rathmcl, Panic 8.00 p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. to 8.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to TilOp. m. Register office 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. — 29 November 1893

THB FARMER'S TH ANKSOIVINO. The wirlh In brown snd the skies an gray, Anil the windy woods nrs burn, Ami the first whits flake of the coming snow Are sfloat In the. frosty nlr. Bui the sparks fly up from the hickory Inff, Anil tin" homestead's Prosd ulnnn hosrth, Anil tlin windows shake mi l tlm rafters ring To the lads and ths lasses' mirth. The farmer's fnes In furrowed nnil wom, Ami hit lock nrn thin nnd white., But hit hand In Arm nml his voles In clear, Ami hit eye Is blue nml bright At lift turn to look nt hi sweet old wlfn, Who tilt In thn (town of Rray, With cobweb kerchief nnl rroimy frills Hho worn on her wnddlmr Any. lie bows hit head to thn laden board, Ami hit guests they are silent nil "Tlinuksijivlnir. Lord, forth rain nml tun. And thn fruit on tlm orchard wall, Tor the silver wln-nt nnd thn golden corn, And the star of a toilsome Ufa, Thn irrnntiwt blessing that Tluia canst give A true nml lovlnif wife !" This whltii-hnlred lover hn bends to kltt Hor hand In lit fril...

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 November 1893

Itewitr of Olntmtnt tnt Catarrh That lu mi i in Mermrv. M mnrrur? wl 1 nnrl 1iitrnjr th nn ff ftim-II nntl ritntilt'tf ly ilt'rnniffi h whole nvtt in when enleritiK -t llinni'h flu mnrMHmrfiirw(. Rim b nrliclej tlnmlil never b inert rteei-l cn SiM-ripttnim Horn reinilnh'e I 1ivirlnn, of tlio it tit lire tltef w til tin U leh folil to theirrwul yen run tnlh!y ilerivt from theni. llnlt'n 1'nlurrh I tire nmnnfnf't nrrt by F. J. (lii'tiT ft Co., Tolr lo, O,, i nnirttti no tneretiry, And I Inken Intrrtmlly, . tlt-ic il rvrlly iixn the Hln'l nn I Siiiienus nirfHi'e of t lift nvtem. In Vurtnir IhII'm nttirrli Cnre tm mire Intact ti e (reniiin. t In tnkeTi tnti riml iy, nntl i trifl-le tn Toledo, O'tto, hY r .1. i heitev A 'o. T- ttmnninl fre. t?"Hk)iil by UrufKiatis price .fc. per butt;. Vrltioi? lirntrirff in nbl tu !ny the most lifti.ult iiiuic in fliultt. The furhnln fulgenB li a Meikm 1 lant, A Child Rnny The lrnnnt Pnvor, irentle ait Ion And nothing rffertRof p of Fit, when In newl of...

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 November 1893

ASK FOR THE LORE OF SKULLS GREAT STORY TELLERS TO THOSE WHO CAN INTERPRET THEM. N. HANAU. Chat With a rrof. -nor of Sknlt-nlnicjr Who ! In Clinrt-o ItoHirxtrr Mtiwnol if llnmnn Osteology Anrlritt FnnhlonS off I informing Hie Htn1. ft i tu t tvivTi 'Mt pro1- ably the most cnmplete itinseitm of hu man osteology Is located in Rochester under chatge of Professor Chnrles II. Ward, who hits nil Interim tionul repn tiitioti lis ii ti imlliority on this question. "Skulls are grent story tellers," sulci Professor Wnnl. "For instance, the original of thi eiist of tlio top of n skull overturned the theories of Imlf of Europe, nnd prolmhly Its diseorery was the most si iisutiouul thing in the realm of science of tho decade. liefore this piece of bone, which you can hold in your hand, was discovered, nothing had been found which tended to show that human life existed in the pregla clal period, in the days of tho cave bear and other autcglucinl fotsuils. Not only doea the pi nee where it was foun...

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 December 1893

Me VOLUME 2. HEYXOLPSVIUiE, PEXN'A., WEDNESDAY DECEMHEK fi, 1155)3. NUMBEK 30. J. S. MORROW. rF.AI,F.K IN Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, and Shoes, Fresh Groceries Flour and Feed. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK Reynoldsville, Pa. This space is reserved for ft. J. NIGKLE,, who is opening a large holi day stock this week. Look for the advertisement next week. N. HANAU. Though quality is the best. We make the statement for the benefit of those who are not our customers, and so may not know it: Our pricks MAKE CUSTOMERS OF ALL WHC COME. A full line of Dress Goods. The Best and Cheapest ever brought to Reynoldsville. A full line of Henrietta at 25c. in all shades, 40c, 50c, and $1.00. Silk warp Henriettas. Summer Silks for 50c per yard. Ladies Coats and Capes the finest and cheapest in town. A nice line of Children's Jackets from 2 to 12 years. GlOtlllllO. Men'B Buits the best and cheapest you ever saw for the money. We don't Bay bo except we can convince you. Men's Suits, four butt...

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 December 1893

THE NEW TARIFF BILL. ENLARGING THE FREE LIST. To Take Effect March 1, Except In Wool en Goode. The new tariff bill as given (o the pebilc reads as follow: On and alter 'he tint da; of March, 1S!H, the following articles fortl.e tiae of the United Ptatet are to be added to the free list: Btcon and hum, beef, mutton, pork and memo of all kinda. prepared or linpreservcd, not specially provided tor in this art. Baryta, all binding twine manufactured wholly or in patt from mtie or Tampico liber, manila.tisal grss, or nnn, if single ply and measuring not exceeding tOU feet to the pound. Hirds stuffed, not suitable for millinery ornament and bird skins prepared foi preservation ,but not limber advanced in manufacture. Mine vitriol or aiilphate of copper. Bone char, eutiabie for use in uecolorixing aosar. Coal. bituminous and shale, and roal slack OTcnlrn coke, roal tar crude, and all prep aration! and product!! ol cnal tar, lint colon or dye not specially provided for iu this act, oxide of...

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 December 1893

THEY LIVE APART. Qiiecr Inhabitants of a Rcok In Bearing Straits. Cave Dwellei'3 Who Know No thing of the Outer World. Bon E. Miller, a Tort Townsend boy wlni m on the United States steam shtp Bcfir during her recent eight months' cruise in the northern ww, has many tales to relate of his adven ture and the sights he linn seen, nays the Tort Townsend, (Wash.) Call. Among other thing he tells of the Beir's visit to King's island, in Behring straits, thirty miles oft' Port Clarence and the. shore of Alaska, where there are about '200 of the most curious islander that ever were aeen. The island or rock tiiey inhabit is about halt a mile wide and a little more than that diHtance long, aud the islanders are cave-dwellers and live on whale blubber, seal and walrus meat. ' On the southeast aid", closely nest ling against the cliff, is a village of cave dwellers. One abode is built over and under the other, ami to the right and left, giving them a strange motley appearance, not unlike the r...

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 December 1893

Hubitcriptwn $l.f0 prr year, n nilvanrr. C. A. ftTKPIIKNNON. Kdllor and IMlb. WKDNKHDAY, DKCKMHKK , IMia An liiili'iH'Wli'iil Iik'hI yiipvr, ptililWhnl iviry WpiIih'miIh.v nt lliiynnlilHvlMis .li'rtVrmtn i'ii. Vn., ilrvoiWl to thv lnli'int nf Ki'ViiiiliUvllln linil JrlTi'rimi'niinty. Nnn-ml11lrnl. will tri'iit. f ll with fHlrnnw, inrl will lM"HM'lKlly frlcnil y tnwimt tln InlmrliiK rlmi. Hiilmrilpllim irlrp 11.(10 pt'rveur, In mlviini'p. Cniiiiiiiiiilriitliiiin liilmiili'ii for lmlillrnllun ?nui. Imi h inimnlttl by I ho wrmir'n niinii', not for nnblliMitlon, hot nn n friiiiriiiiti'e of good fulfil. lnt'rMlnK mw ltim unllrllpfl. Ai1vtrlllnir rnlv mn1n known on tippllm tlon nl thtofllct In Arfiiilil' Hlm-k. Lpnithlv rommunlcutton nnil rlitinirP of mlvi'rtlsrnii'iitH hIhiiiIiI roirh IliU iitllrn liy Munitiiv nimn. Aillri"M nil fommonlrntlonii toO. A.Htcph fnon, Hi'VihiIiIhvMUi, Vn. Kntcri'il lit llio poMofllro nt Iti-ynoldnvlllo, r., n mviinil tIiim mull ninttiT. Tf llioro worn not no ...

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 December 1893

SiihniTi'j)(f'rt $t.H0 wr jch r, in (ulrnnrt. V, A. "TKI'IIKnmnril, Kdllar and I'nb. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0. into" ft tritfltra' Mutt. I'nn-i'tmcr trains arrive and leave Hi-yn- Oltlrtvllltt SM follllttSI AlUilieny Valley litiihray. Enstwn'ril. Westward. Train, - - II 44 n. m.lTrnln , f.4fl. m. Trnln t. l.t p. ni Trnln t, 1.43 p.m. Train 3. - - 6.M p. ni.p'rnln 10, - - MX p. ni. Vlrnrflrhl if Muhnning Hnihnty. Trnln No. 70, Imtrm nt 7.10 a. m. Trnln No. 7l, nrrlvrs nt 7..W p. m. nTot.ivii.i. ttMT-orrica. Mulls nrrlvo nml leave (lie post-omen as follows! Arrive. Impart, men Ttta wasr. ron vita east. LIS p. ni. - - 7 no p. ni.l2 ;p m K.JOp. m. riioM TiiarANT. roHTttawrsT. B.UOa. m. - - p. ni lr.n a. m. - I in p. m. Arrlvr from Kutltmi'l anil I'rtuciittvtlln i II :i i. ni. Arrive from I'nnlr Tiiivnlnys, Tliuriltiy nml Hiilnriliiys nl l.;m p. ni. Hi'imrlK fur I'rcm'oltvllle, Itittlimi'l, 1'iuili' S im p. ni. lll.- hour 7.nnn. in. Ins.nnp. ni. Money enter olllre open from 7-OI1n.ni.fo T.W...

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 December 1893

The (JiipsI Whsn I nm il"int, a lr ikes. rl, fifltjmn supply vluN's used And nil Its streams ot Mini f"l. Cor one, pnrehniien.froin out lis mt. Mnv pluck mi l M Ihn ttuwnr rest A llltln moment iii h r lire.isl. Th" wlill" II i o lor awet wllli spring, Until llkii II gentle spirit wing Its mini, nml r win k li r Iwiiuly cling. Ami slut will I'l'il. wlHi living eyes IJI'III II Hi m", .is en I in II ll, Asking no m ire milll It iti". Ho shrill I llvi 114 iln. nml !' Th" pi'lslel tfii'Mi of iirini'H-y. (,'l'ith"il In my lnitii'ii I illly. - ti(. : ( i It.' ird. Sho Spoko For Hovself, One) of lli riviiiuKiililx fcit'ircs of Hui French revolution wni tin almost imivessiil madness Hint ruled (In' It mi-. People of every elms mi l decree were itiHime, Hume in mm way, hiiih in tin oilier. p. very pnisiou feeling mnl eiiiiiliuii (il tln hum in ln"iil will Hit -( Ih I i 7l V and morbidly developed. 1M HI till )ll ll'IIH, N VHII'4 IIHtll nf frond family, lull nf somen lint luniti'il moans. Wits...

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 December 1893

TICKINGS 0FTH1 TELEGRAPH 'ORDJON AND DOMBBT1C. What In Transpiring; tha World Ottr. Important Elvents Briefly Told. Waslilnaiaa Naevs. Civil Herslt i-'ommlisloner Johnson has retired from the commission, The lueslrlant hot appointed William A. Pouclirr District Attorney for the northern dhrtrlot of New York. It la laid that the Stale Depnrtment has received Information that Jlenafe, the Minneapolis defaulter, hai been located in Honduras having fled from 'Jmitemaln. Rtate DejiBTtirent officials decline to sny anylhliiKon the subject The preeldent appointed Col. F,. 8 OH, of the Twentieth Infantry, to be Brigd'l ier ideneral of the United Htntes Army, to fill Itlie) vacancy caused ly the retirement of Ueneral Carlln, President and Mrs. Cleveland attended ervicee at the Central Presbyterian Church In Washington. Thniiksgivliigj where He v. Dr. Byron Htinderland preached. Thin la the tint time the church was eisited by a President. Ilteneterm Arrlilente aal I'elnlftU. A cross lie place...

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 December 1893

BOILING POINTS. these Are lnntinirrlile nmt Form A rlnm fttinljr. , It la iiitnrcwtliiK to noto thnt the tern mntiire nt wlilcli n liquid boils la the lanio n thnt ot which ita vnpor la con densed, precisely na tlifl tenpernturo nt which water freeze, in thu auuiu ua Unit nt whii'h Ice melts. It ni.iy Bcciii superfluous to oliwrve tli ii t t'mrn nrn morn lwil'inir points thnn tlm liuilir.K point of water. If it wi re not no, nil Imclles would lie In the solid, liquid or kuwou state together, Mid life Would ho Impossible. It Is pnrtly hy giving every mihstance Ita own lioiling point, or rntlicr Ita own act of boiling point for the fixed temperature, even for the anine substance, la n fallncy thnt nature h.is rendnied our physical environment suitahlo to our needa. Whnt la Ke,"'ra"y understood by the boiling point of water la a temperature of 818 degrees on the Fahrenheit ther mometries scale, but Alpine climber know well thnt, on high mountain, water boila nt a very much lower tem pe...

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 December 1893

mm VOLUME 2. KKYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY PECEMHER 13, 1893. NUMDEI. 31. -Bell's- REMARKABLE Holiday Offers! Men's and sous' doming. Two Wonderful Special Offers any man to treat himself to a Suit or Overcoat for a Christmas Gift, .S5 rt cs o 3 o c d 03 rH w 0 'O X' 3 M 05 O c 'C oi ,2 to PQ 8 o c of. . , G C J2 tea q is S o u BOYS' CLOTHING. Two surprising bargains which oi a Doy to maxe a $2.00 for Choice. Buy good quality double breasted suits in new, dark designs for $2. Boys' elegant and fashionable feeber suits with broad collar for $2. Long cut double breasted overcoats with deep cape for $2.50. CLOSED ! World's Fair Exhibition at Chicago. OPEN ! Our Great Shirt Exhibi tion. One dollar each. No fare or hotel bills here, at BELL'S. TIES! TIES! TIES! Tied or Untied, 50c. at B,E"L,L'S.2 that will make it easy for C S 2 3 3 2 a 3 eg a f! i (t Q B O" B" 93 2s o o o CIS P! B f -i S 5 b 3 3 8 a 4 Ci 2 2 S ps 5 as i- FN U O T fch" o J eg -8 a! 0 ?3 ? should induce every mother D...

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 December 1893

The eost of in ironclad in about $40l) n ton. This include gnus nud all equipment. The Now York World avers lint within tie modern i-rn the only addi tion to domeHtionteil animals linvo been the ennnry nnd the ostrich. Ity a now route which is proposed from Knglnnd to Australia, across Canada, the trip from London to Hyd ney, it : believed, may bo whortonetl to twenty-eight day. New York' display of grapes at tna World's Fair was naid to excel that of any other Mate, even including Cali fornia. Two hundred different kinds of that fruit wero tantefully shown. The St. Loui Republic think that peculiar old South American city.Iqui que, should certainly be tho Mecca of Melbourne, and our government rain maker. N'o man ever saw a rainstorm at that place. A capital of $.12,000,000 is invested in the nursery business in 172,000 acre of lnnd. In all horticultural pursuits the entire capital i estimated at over 81,000,000,000 by the census of tho agricultural department. Statisticians cliim ...

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 December 1893

The Tourer of Silence. The r.irsccs will not burn or bury their dead, because they consider n dead body Impute, and they will not Buffer themselves to defile any of tt.e elements. They therefore expose their corpses ti vultures, a method revolting, perhaps, to the Imagina tion, but one which commends itself to all those wlinarc acquainted there, with. And, after all, one sees noth ing but the quiet, whit?-rotd pro cession (whito Is mourning among the Parsers) following the bier to the Tower of Silence. At the entrance they look their last on the dead, and the corpse bearers a caste of such carry it within the precincts and lay tt down, to be finally disposed of by the vultures which crowd the tower. And why should the swoop of a flock of white birds be more revolting than what happens at the grave? . Meanwhile, and for three days after, the priests say constant prayers for the departed, for his soul is sup posed not to leave the world till the fourth day after death. On the fourth d...

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 December 1893

it Stat. Bubeription $1.50 per year, in adrnnce. V. A. KTKPIIKNBOH, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13. An Indi-pewli-nt lnosl pnper,pulillhtd ovi'ry wdmil!iv nt KxynoKiKViiiH, .1 nmmnii n. di-vot't'il to the InlitrrntH of Knynnlilsvllln Mid .Tcffi-nMini-ount jr. Non-polltli'M. will tn-nt rill with fiilrnnss, nd will ho imperially frlrnrt y towiinN the Inlmrlni Ihm. Pulwrlptlnn prlriI.SOni'ryeir,ln nnvnncn. CommitnW'nllnns intnndrd for puhllrntlim mint be in-ronipntilpd by the writer's nnmn, not for nulilK'ittlnn, hut s Kiinrnnti-e of good fnltn. liitiroMln nnws Item!) solli-lti'd. Advi-rtlnliiB rntrs mndn known on uppllrn tlon nt the iifnVi' In Arnolds' Block. Lenifhty ronimiinli'Rtlons and rhnnirn of KdvcMtlwmi'iils should rtirh this olllc'o liy Monday noon. Allelic nil I'lnrnminlf-ntlnna to C. A. Nti'ph- enson. HrvnohNvlllo, I'n. Kntiwd nt thi postofflre lit Koynoldsvllle, Pn., as ni'i'oihI rluss mull nmttor. You enn't draw abonndnry lino wound a moral pvil and my to It "Yon ...

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 December 1893

ffifrg Tfr Stan Subscription $1.60 per year, In octVonee. C. A. RTKPIIKNROXI, Kdllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 181)31 PnssenRttr t ruins arrive and Inn Keyn oldsvllle us follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train 9, - - s.44 s. tn.lTraln 0, 7.40 a. m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train t, -1.42 p.m. Train H, 6.M p. m,Traln 10, - - S.4S p. m. Clearfield d Mahoning Railway. Train No. TO, leaves st 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrives at 7 aft p. m. rtroi.dsvii.lb rosx-orrics. Mulls arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart, noa tub witsT. for tnn hast. 1.15 p. tn. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m 20 p. m. rnoM tiik fast. ron mi WKST. 1.00 a. m. - 2.00 p. m.lMA a. m. l is p. m. Arrives from Knthmcl and Preseottvllle ll.ana. m. Arrives from Panle Tuesdays, Thurdiiys and Km unlays st2.:s p. m. Departs for Presoottvlllo, Rnthmel, Panic 1.00 j. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. tos.00 p. m. Money order ofhec open fnm 7.00 a. m. to ?.0 p. m. Register offlco open f mm 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. — 13 December 1893

.THE LEHIGH STRIKE ENDED. TB1KRB TO BB TAKEN BACK To Fill Vacancies as Fast aa Possible. Ctrlevnnce Committees Will b Ulven Fair Hearing. Unions Not Recognised. Th great strike on the Lehigh Valley rnllroml was de clnre il off nt 3 o'clock Wed nilr morning, both utiles ranking conce lons. Tbe action wa tbe resnltof con ferenc between a Joint coinmlttee.cnmpos ed of tneni tiers of the boards of arbitration ufNew York mul New Jersey on thn ons. bend, mid President Wilbur, of tin, Lehigh Valley Company, on tb other. The conference, which lnxtrd three days wa also participated In by the chleft of the local end national lubor organization which .took port In the strike. Tin terms of agreement are embodied in the following correspondence which was made iuhllo tier the announcement that the strike had been diclnred off : 'South lletlilehein. Pa., December 5. ' F. li. Wilbur, 1 resident of the l.ehigh Valley llailroad: "Dear Sir: Uie State hnii'di of arbitra tion of New York nnd New Jersey ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 December 1893

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