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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 December 1893

i AN INSANE MAN'3 TERROR. Only n t'miiliii'liir'n Coolnr rrnted 1'nnli! In n Hlrrrt 'nr. A Mn, 1ircMi1 dionl ! ; I, Imnilsomo mini l"mi1c(l 11 Russell iv. vnuo cur nt Wisconsin ptiwt ntul took n n.-nt near tlio front door. Ho wm prli tps 40 or 45 years of nut', well dressed, nnd of Imposing iippeiir.'mre, hut there were u wild, t in t led look nlmut his fnce mid uii uiiu. .iiii .m in hii) inmini r Indicating Hint noini'(liii:K whs wrong. Tim enr had k'u only n short distance when he began 1 1 pull ncrvoinly nwny frcim the corner, msting frightened glances over his shoulder as lln;ug!i ho saw some thing Ixside liim. Huddciily ho jumped lip nnd rnshed to the dour of the car.throwing his arms wildly, ns though l-utlng off an assail ant, and falling over tho other passen gers in his hastu to get out. "Shoot him I Shout hiuit" tie shout ed to the conductor. "Shoot him quick, or I'll hare to poll his head off I enn't stand this any longer. He's after met Bhoot him, 1 lay, or I'll pull his...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 December 1893

I f?ir VOLUME 2. nEYNOLDSVILLE, PEXN'A., W! ! M SDAY I I ( I 5IIIKK U 1U93. NIIJUJEI. :K. -Bell's- REMARKABLE Holiday Offers! Men's and Boys' doming. Two Wonderful Special Offers that will make it eapy for any man to treat himself to a Suit or Overcoat for a Christinas Gift. $IO.OO. FOR CHOICE Men's fine double breast ed Cheviot and Cassimer Suits, eolid colors and mixtures, reg ular price $12, now $10. . Men's fine black Dress Suits in sack and cutaways, regular price t $12, now $10. Men's strict ly all-wool Bus iness Suit, the latest pattern, now $10. $10.00 FOR CHOICE Men's celebrat ed Cans trobe twilled Melton and - Kersey Overcoats, reg ular price is $12.50, now $10.00. Men's all wool Ulsters in green, black, blue and steel colors, regular price $12, now $10. Men' real Shetland and Irish Freeze Storm Over coats, finest lin ings, regular price $15, now 10.00. BOYS' CLOTHING. Two surprising bargains which should induce every mother of a boy to make a bee line for BELL'S. $2.00 fo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 December 1893

There lire fewwr farm mortgages re latively in Utah .than in nojr .other 'n'" ' A mountain ell im recently Shot at Bneyrns, Kan., although there are no mountains in the state, and elk were never plenty there. The 44 United Htntes owe, eolWc lively, 224,O00,OH(J, and they pay to ihe holders of staAo securities 810, 000,000 n year ns interest. Wrecks in Southern' waters are less fatal than others, heeimie, explains the New York Telegram, owing to their temperature nearly all who can wim or hold on 11 naJJy reach the Lore. In order to prevent "rear-end" col lisions n Western railroad has issued an order that every nwieiiger train must have a flagman on the rear plat form constantly, and this flagman must not leave his post to eat or sleep nntil he is relieved by some one capa ble gf standing watch. A Texas jury struck for fees which amounted to fifty cents apieeo. Tho Court ordered the fees paid and then fined tho jurors j.A0 each for con tempt. The jurors really seemed to come out los...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 December 1893

FOR FARM AXD G.VRDEX. tltB A. QRF.EX MANl'RB. Uyo is not considered of any great value Bi green manuro for ploughing tiudor. It is worth but little more than straw would lip, but it is better than nothing sometime. Tho prac tice of green manuring is not so well adapted fi.- poor soils as for those in better condition, as tho effect on the land is in proportion to the value of the crop turned nnder. Thus, it is better for tho preserva tion of fertility than for restoring it when the lnnd has been exhausted. It gives nothing to the soil but what is taken from it, except whatever may be taken from tho atmosphere. Col turn's Rural World. TOKATMENT OP AM ASPARAGUS BF.P. Asparagus should not bo permitted to seed, or, at least, the stalks should bo cut and burned before the seeds drop. These seeds will make new plants, and, as they miiy fall out of the rows, they will become weeds, crowd ing tho other plnuts, and, being al most impossible to eradicate, they will become a great nuisance and...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 December 1893

ft Star (iithsrription $I.M per year, in adrnnct. C. I. HTHPHKNMON. Rdltor and Pnk. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1803L All tnilipiiUnt lorn! puppr, pulillshrrt every Wlmilny at KornnlunvHlu, Jofforann Co. I'll,, flu vi il i d to the InttrmU of KoynolclnvUle Kli'l .It'irtTwiiifonnty. Non-polltlrnl, will tmat fOI with fiilrnoMK, una will opnupnulnlly friend ly lownnU the liilxirlni c-Ihm. rinbwrlptlon price II. 50 per renr.ln advance. I'ommiinlratlonn Intenden for piihllrntlon Itvut bo mvompiinted by the wrfter'n nnme, iiii for nuhllrmion, hut Rimriinti-e of go xl fultn. Interentlnn newii Itemnwilli'lted. AdertWlnff rnten mndn known on Hppllrn Uon nt thti ofnie In Arnold' Rloi'k. I.pntcbty romtminlratlon and rhnniro of ndvertlHcmentit should much thin offleo by M'indiiv noon. AdilroH nil rommunlmtlon to O. A. fHi'ph C 'in. Itrynoldivlllti, m. Knlcrmf at the noetonHce nt Iteynnlniivllle. Ph., a nei'ond cIhhr mnll mnttnr. A Sootrh clnrfryman, jimt as he hud told tho bridegroom to love and ho...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 December 1893

fl?fte Stun Subucription $1.60 per pear, i ndVanre. C. At NTKPI1RNMON, K4ltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1W5I Traveler' nlt. Passenger train arrlre and leave Reyn oldsrlllo as fnllowm Allegheny Valtey linihray. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 8.44 a. m. (Train , - -7.40 a. m. Trnln I, - - 1.00 p. in. Train S. 1.42 p.m. Train 3, - 6..W p. m.Traln 10. - - 8,48 p. m, CUnrftrld A Mnhoning Haihcay. Train No. 70, tf-avos at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrlvr-s at 7.1ft p. m. RKTNni.nxvu.i.c ronT-omra. Mails arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart. VROM THE WruT. FOR THE KAHT. MS p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.llS.90 p. m - ti.Jn p. m. rnoM rnEKAKT. ron tre wrnT. 8.00 a. m. - S.00 p. m.lMS a. m. - 1.15 p. m. Arrive from Knthmel and l'reitcouvlllo 11.: a. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdaya and Huturdnys nt 2 .10 p. m. Departs fur Prescottvlllo, Knthmel, Panic 1.00 it. m. OftVo hours 7.00 n. m. to 8.00 p. m. Money order ofHce open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.30 p. m. Resistor offi...

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

CHRISTMAS CAROL. Simp ! now-whlte wnrlil, nnder the stars, Bleep! Bleep! While choral angels from on high, Floating across the midnight sk)-, Ismn down with waving llly-wnmln. To bless the enrth with grncloui hands. And hurt ! the golden chord ! 'Tmlse b to Christ our ford, The 8on of Mnn in lowly manger born, Be'ore whose tnco the (trength of Sin is horn." Then, till the holy morn, Bleep ! Bleep I Wake ! bright world, nmler the bright inn, Waket Wake! Dark ! how theOhrlstmss angel Kin; t "All hail ! to Christ onr Lord and King t All hail ! vood will and peace to men 1 All hail ! to Ood on high I Amen !" Join ynthe Joyful longs The reign of nneipnt wrong la o'er thin hour ; for Christ the Child la born ! Oh, happy world ! thy bonds of aln are torn, Thla holy Christmas morn. Wake! Wake! Charles b. HIMreth, In Dnmorest's. LOD'S CLARIONET. A rnmiTMAi sronv. It 15 K K Wfia A Christmas eve ser vice in the Second Westcock Church. Tho chnri'li nt Second Westcock was quaint and old-fashione...

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

IMPORTANT TARIF F CHANGES DUTY ON LUXURIES RAISES. The Chi nil Schedule Revised. The Cut For the Sill to Go Into Effect Made Later, The changes which are mad In the tarlfl bill by the Pemocrnta since It was given to the public two week ago are ai follows: Tin plate, from 4it per cent al valorem to 1 1-fi cents or oiinl, wlih a provision the reduction shall not go Into effect until Octo ber , 1W4. 1'eurl buttons from 40 per cent ad valorem to I cent per line ami 13 er cent ad valorem Velvet and tapestry velvet carpet, figured or plain, printed on the wrp or otherwise, and all carpets and carpeting of like charac ter or description, Increased from ' to 30 per cent ad vuloiem. Tapestry brusaels car pet, plain or figured and all carpets and ear petlngof like diameter or description print ed on the warpor otherwise, increased Irom. lib to 3U per rent ad valorem. Treble Ingrain three-ply and all chain Venitlan carpets in creased Irom 2i to i)U per cent ad vuloretn. Wool, Hutch anil two-pl...

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

HANDS AND FACES. HOW THEY ARE MADE IN A LARGE SWISS WATCH FACTORY. Detlrnts Operation. With Oven anil Tools ncqnlrcd In Making Dials fctpert Workers an Hands The Wfl rld llnlh Men mil Women Are fcrrltelit. A Onnrvn pnrr"j'innV'Tit In writing of a vlpit ti) cum of tli f;imuiin watch manufactories of that city thus de scribes mmm of tlio operiitlotis: Now, about the (li.'iluiMkiiig prwesa Itself i Firxt, tho I'lain run nd of purest topper must be heated to red heat In furuaco to burn vft ntiy adhering im purity. Leaving tlio lire, it is plunged into on acid bath, and in that way it becomes so smooth that it may easily be rubbed into form with ft small steel spatula. The enamel, which pomes from France nd Switzerland and looks like great lumps of white porcelain, la first re duced to the fluent of powders In a pow erful crusher. Then it, too, is washed in cid, and finally it is washed again in many renewings of pure water. After this it is mado into a sort of paste, which is applied in...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

Up VOLUME 2. ItKYXOLDSVILLK, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY JANUAHY 3,1891. . NUJIIJEI! :)3. -Bell's- REMARKABLE SPECIAL Men's and Boos' Glotliliio. Two Wonderful Special Offers any man to treat himself to a hint or Overcoat for a Christmas Gift. $IO.OO FOR CHOICE Men's fine double breast ed Cheviot and Cassimer Suits, solid colors and mixtures, reg ular price $12, now 10. Men's fine black Dress Suits in sack and cutaways, regular price $12, now $10. Men's strict ly all-wool Bus iness Suit, the latest pattern, now $10. BOYS' CLOTHING. Two surprising bargains which should induce every mother svf a Vkwr 4 mfllra o ltoa -Taw T TjT T 'L? $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! ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

A COLLAPSE OF INDUSTRY. SUN'S REVIEW OF TRADB For the Past Year. A Drop In Business Which U Almost Without Precedent. R. O. Pnn Co ' Weekly Hevlevr ol Trade, New York, seys, under the caption, " Ths Year 1P03": Starting with the largett trade ever known, mills crowded with work and all business stimulated by high hope, the year 1S03 haa proved, in sudden shrinkage of trade, in commercial disasters and depression of in dustries, the worst for SO years. Whether the final result! of the panic or 1837 were relatively more levere the acanty records ot that time do not clearly abuw. The year closes with the prices of many products the lowest ever known, with millions of workers seeking In vain for work, and with charity laboring to keep back suffering and starva tion in all our cities All hone that the new year may bring brighter days, but tb dying year leaves only a dismal record. The review of diflerent deportments of trade giveneihlbits a collapse of industry nd bu-lness which is almos...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

Title Hoar! I tl.ilfnf our human Ills Have a color tony : Winter bring the rblll But Its fires are cosy ! Let tho winds of winter blow! There nre daisies 'nontli the nit w. When the lightning rends Nkles th lit to love in fioft a rainbow Iv-ams and Is-nds, Ami makes light atiove us! t.-H the blsck skim w irk their will. No Ood's raln'iowsspantliem still! -T. I,. HrAXTox In Atlanta Constitution. Tho General's Canary-Bird. BY CLARFXCK rrLf.Rsj, Shadows wero gathering in tin Horse Crock Valley a tho February day drew to an end. A frosty chill was creeping into the nir tlmt had been so genially warmed nil tho afternoon by the Him now sinking behind the distant Hooky Mountain peaks. On the rolling, drab-tinted prairie wero to bo Boon two upright figures between two patches of gray. They wore. shepherds, going homeward with tlioir flocks. Two cow-boys, loping their horses nlong a ridge, moved as silhouettes against tho wintry sky. Throe mon who lmd lioon building a wire fence about tho ha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

Cho -fr Star Nnlwriittimi ttJil) jter irur, in mlrnnrr, !. A. HIM'UKNNO, Kit I lor mid l"nb. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY .1. IHlU, A ii liiili'iH'ii'ti'iil Iih'iiI pnnT, pulilMii'il nvi-ry VlMln.ilny ill Uiyitililvll1n. .h'ITi'1-min I'll. Vn.. ili'vuii'il to (In liitrrli nf Ki'vnnliNvllln Ktiil .li'rtViiniH'oiinly. Nmi-tMilltlrni. will I rent III Willi Tiill m. mill will lr(H'llllljr rili'liil jr timuriU tin Ifi (Mvrlfitr t'lii. piiiiwi'iiiiitii pnrn vi.mrfMT Tmr, in nnrHiii'i. ('uiiiiitiinlrHlhinii Ititnnili'il fnr imhllrHlliin hunt ho iii'i'itinptifilt'il by tlio wrllcr'H tiiiini, nol fur imltlli'iiiliitt, lint nfl ii niiHrmtii'i nf (MH fllllll. ltltlMNtllltf t1WN llf'IIIH Hllll'lll. Ail vert ilnir ruin iiiwln liniiwn tin iippllrn tlnit tit Hit' iiftW In ArnnliU' Murk. I.nmlttv riiiiimiiiilrmliiim nntl rhniitft if fitlvii-ilriiii'iit' nlmiilil ri'iii'h IIiIn nillri' liy MllllllflV IH Mill. A(hli-i" till I'otmntinlrntlmi tof A. Hlrph eiitmi, ItrytinhtHvlllt. I'll. F.nti'wtl til tltt iMMtonV...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

3TIe -jAr Star iSttoarripfinii rr tfrtir, 'n nifrtmrv. !. A. RTKPIIKNftON, Kdllor and Puk. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 3, WH. TrittrUr' mnlt. I'awnaiir trnln arrive and leave liovn- oldsvllln nn follnwsi Allegheny Vullry Unllirnu. Kaslwn'rd. Wrstward. Train V, - - 44 a. m.jTrnln (1, -J.4. m. Trnln I, - I fin p. ni. Train J, 1.42 p.m. Train a. - - W.fl7 p. mjTrnlii 10, - Ms p. ni, Vlntrflcld tf Mnhnning HaUimy. Trnln Nil. Tn, lenrox at T.IO a. ni. Train No. 71, nrrlvon ni 7.1111 p. ni. nrsoi.iHvii,i. riMT-orrtcs. Mnlls nrrlvc mid leave (lie pest-nfflYft n follow: Arrive. IH'pnrt. rnon tii a w iwt. run ni r awt. I.IAp. m. - - 7.W p. m.llianp. m - - dm p.m. rHOM THR KKT. KIR TBIUMT. Sana, ni. - .(i p. ml 7.11 a. ni. - l.l.l p. m. Arrives fnim Itiithini'l mid I'rcseoUvlllii tl ;m. ni. Arrives from I'nnlo Tuesdays, Tliurtlay ml Siitiiriliivs til 'i .m p. m. lcinrts for l'rviillvllli Hiillimtd, I'luilr 8.f ii. in. tittlco liniinT.mil. ni. In s on p, m. Money iintrr ollh'i' iimii from 7.nn. ni. to ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

It ts reckoned thnt there Are now aevenly-two different races of men in habiting the enrtli. A Yale profossor Is quoted m being of opinion that . football makes the students sluggish in their studies. The London Lancet records 10! cases in which participants in football games played in 18!2 in Great Britiau re ceived injuries so serious as to require hospital treatment. An Oklahoma merchant carelessly allowed a few cantor beans to get mixed with Lis oats. He probably thought nothing of it at the time, and sold the oats to a stable keeper. (Several of the horses to which the grain was fed sickened and died. Veterinary surgeons said it was the re sult of eating the carder benns. The stable keeper sued for damages ami the careless grain dealers were com pelled, by order of the court, to pay 550. According to the Chicago Herald, after a long struggle the company or ganized to catch porpoises for their skins has gone into the hands of a re ceiver. There has never been a time when the com...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

CIIILDKENS COLUMN. A DEPARTMENT FOR LITTLE BOYS AND GIRLS.. Somrthlrjl that VIII Int.rrat the JaTrnlla Himben of E.erjr Honaholt Quaint Ac tion, and llrlRht Raylnf of Many Cut And Cunning Children A lilt of a Boy. Thire as never a smile In a eary while. And never a rlearu of Joy, Till hi tyit of llibt niucle the whole wsrltl tirljlit A little bit of u boy I tie came one dny when Ihe world was Ma. And thrllilnj wltb Ilfo anil Joy: And with all thn rnten he aeemed to play A little bit of a boy I But he played his part with a human heart, Ai.d time can never dentr.iy The memory eet of the pattering feet Of that little hit of a boy 1 We had wondered how he rould play all day With never a dream of rest; But once he crept In the dark lind slopt Still on hit mother'' brenst! There waa nevor a smile In weary while, And never a Hiram of Joy: But the world aiems dim aln-e as dreamed of him A little bit of a boy! How Hrrtha 1IUI It. "Five lovely white kittens, awl mamma says they must all be d...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 January 1894

TUB TIIIltD DEGREE. MOW IT WAS WORKED ON SUSPECTS BY INSPECTOR BYRNES. Ttw Mirwl Ciitflior of C'rlnilnutt Ilnil n Wnjr nf Mitlilv: ttv CHiltty Ones Cnnf.-M. How McOltilll V. in Ilrmtifltt to Tlnm urn 3nrroilcrt 11m Unpi Collection. rj,..mra .. tff.." ,1,..,,,pHr hcyotiil mill-option to thn men who nre compclld by n tmbtlo force, n mornl mnj'tM'ttam, to convict themselves with tin ir own imcoiil n ill nl itn vi nils uro uot Infrequent nt police headquarters. An inti'icnting 1'iiM! was Unit nf M Gloiti, a toii:;h who killed u French liiiiti. There vvns little positive evidence against lii in. Everything wits sttppiwi titious, lint Thomas Byrnes' supposi tions in mutters of that kind nre likely to lio not fur from light. Ho wui rcnsnnnbly rertnin tlnit McOloin was guilty, and tluit there luul been three witnesses of tho crime. Thormes and whereubouts of thi ne iirolmhle witm 1 be knew. MeGloln had also piiwi. i pistol, Byrnes guessed thut it wau I no pistol with which the crime had bee...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

Me VOLUME 2. REYNOLDSVILLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1 , 189 . NUMDER 31. -Bell's- REMARKABLE SPECIAL Men's and boos' Giotimio. Two Wonderful Special Offers any man to treat himself to a Suit or Overcoat for a Christmas Gift. $10.00 FOR CHOICE Men's fine double breast ed Cheviot and Cassimer Suits, solid colors and mixtures, reg ular price $12, now $10. Men's fine black Dress Suits in sack and cutaways, regular price $12, now $10. Men's strict ly all-wool Bus iness Suit, the latest pattern, now $10. rnn I II I 45A LJ BOYS' CLOTHING. Two surprising bargains which should induce every mother of a boy to make a bee line for BELL'S. $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. TI...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

It Will All ne Right in the Morning. When the hounding boat of the heart of love And the springing step grows slow t When the form of ft cloud In the blue above Lift dark on the path below, The song that he sings Is lout In ft sigh, And he turns where a star Is dawning, And he thinks, ns It gladdens his henrt and his eye : "It will all Im right in tho morning." When "the strong mnn armed," in the middle watch, From life's dim deek Is gnzing, And strives, through the wreck of the tcm lest, to cftteh A gleam of the dayheam'a blazing. Amid the wild storms, there hard by the helm, He heeds not the dnrk ocenn yawning i Tor this song In his soul not a sorrow can whelm : "It will all be right In tho morning." When the battle Is done, the hrp unstrung, Its music trembling dying: vVhcn his woes are unwept and his deeds unsung, And he longs In the grave to bo lying, Then a Voice shall charm, as it charmed be foro He had wept or wnited the dawning! "They do love there for aye, I'll bo thine as...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

BURGLARSATWORK. How the Merry "Cracksmen" 0p8n Safes. No Safe Strong Enough to Re sist Nltro-Glycerlne. iTow to burgle a bnnk snfe is dis cussed in an apparently practical mnn nor in n recent issuo of Hint usually well-behnviug journal, the American Machinist. The professor who fur nishes the advice classes (ill bnnk safes according to tho kind of door with which they aro provided. The siinnre door is prcncrnlly held in portion when closed by eight round bolts of about one ninl one-hnlf ineheii in din meter. Thexo nro Hhot from behind the door nonius tho joint to the renr of the jamb of tho door, nnd tho strength of these eight boltH or tho strength of tho door jam') to resist being torn out is the mnxiinum strength of the Bife to resist tha quiet but forcible eloquence of the burglarious visitor. The second or round cIhhs of doors are built up of phitcK niniilnr to those of the safe, nnd generally hnvc a eonrsc thrond cut on their periphery, the door being screwed into the safe. Th...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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