ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Star, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 7,733 items from Star, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
7,733 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

Stan Sulinn-ipUnn $1.50 per trnr, in ndrnnre. V. A. NTRPHKNttON, Kdltor and Piib. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10. 18P4. An InilriM'nfli'nt local nnnrr, published every Wedncwlnv at. HcynoliUvllle, .pffffon t'n. I'., devoted to tho Internals of Keynolclsvllle and Jefferson utility. Non-polltlcal. will front II with fnlrne. and will N especially friend ly towiml the Ishorlns clns. uWrlntlon price l Ml per yenr.tn advance. Communications Intended for publication mut l" mvompnnlrd by tho writer's name, not for publication, hnt ha a trnarnnfce or good fultn. Intereatlnit news Items solicited. Advertising rntes made known on nppllca tlon nt t ! office In Arnolds' Hlork. I.cmrlity communications nnd chnnve nf advertisements should reach this onVe hy Monflnv noon. Address all communications tot'. A. Steph enson. Kcvnoldsvllle. I'n. Kntetvd at the nostofllee nt llcynoldsvllln, Tn.. ns second class mnll mutter. I.iirhttilnK lit r- fl ntod for 1.10 tn 200 miles, nnd thitncW mny lw henrd from 20 to 25 m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

Submriptinn tUf0 per year, in admnct. V. A. ftTKPIIKNKOPU KdHor and Vuh. WEDNESDAY. JANUABV10. Wh7 trnvrlirt' lutt. PaMenrer train arrive and leave Keyn oldsvllle an follows: Allegheny Valley Jiailirny. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 44 a. rh.lTraln , - - 7.40 a. m. Train I, - 1.00 p. m. Train , - -142 p.m. Train a. - - s.W p. m.Traln 10. - - .4Hp. m. Vlrnrflrld cf Mahoning Uailicuy. Train No. 70, leaves at 7.10 a. tn. Train No. 71. arrive at 7.S) p. m. METNUi.iHirii.i.B rowr-orric. Mails arrive and leave the ptrnt-ofHoe a follows: Arrive. Depart. MOM TH WRST. FOB TUB BAST. I. 1ft p. m. - - T.m p. nt.lli.m p. m - s.JOp. m. mom thk baht. forth wbst. 8.00 a. ni. - - J.on p. m.lMfl a. m. - - I.IIV p. m. Arrive from ltathmel and I'rewottvlllo II. 30 a. m. . , Arrive from Panic Tueodays, Thurdny and KaturdnvK at J.: p. m. Departs for Preseoltvlllc, liathmel, Panic 3.01) p. m. OrtVe hnurn 7.00 a. m. toR.OOp. m. Money order ofllee open from 7.00n. m. to 7.S0p. m. UrKlstcr nmco oMn mini j....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

MADAGASCAR. PEOPLE AND WAYS OF THE ma ISLAM I). The Two Lrmllnft Tribes Drwn and IMct or th Native -Peculiar Man-In; Customs -"llluod Ilrotliershlp." FEW people realize the vast area of Mnilafrascar, any a writer in tlio Nan Francisco (s Chronicle. Jt i the largest f slnnil in ttm world, counting Austra lia among the continent. It (rreat est length in 400 mi lor, wifh nn aver ago width of 'J50 miles, nnd the tou Ution in variously estimate. I nt from 1,0011,000 to l.'iiO.OOO. Tho general name of the inhabitant in Malagasy, lint they urn divided into it leant forty-live tribes. It. in it popular idea Hint the Malagasy nrn Africans, ns n mutter of fact they nro Malays, mitt WOMEN WATItn though only il(M) miles from tho Afri can count the African element is munll. The few Africans among thorn are im ported slaves. The Malagasy are Asiatics in appearance, though they liave developed in their long separa tion from tlie present race manners and cliBracteristics of their own. Tho theory is...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

A Clear-tleafled tnanff STati, Mamma Johnnie, why jlun't too 'try and have as Met table timnneri im Harry Jones? Johnnie Well, he i a use l'ui at homo and he's a-visiting. Hard Times. folitlHnna may dehate nnd Conirress may legislate, tint there It one element of distress which make thetime eery hard Indeed, and tbnt Inn cold winter and physical sufTerlnft. rains and nehe lire not et down In nnjf tariff Hat, and there is onu reformer, St. Jacobs OH, thnt does not delay a promo' cure ol such etlls. Cotton Consumption. Great Britain consume on-thlrd of the world's crop of rotton. Tae MM Pleasant Waf Of rcventliiK the gt'le, eolda, headache and ferer Is to lire lbs liquid laiallve remedy, Fyrupof Finn, whenever the sjatem needs A gentle, yet effective cleanalng. To be benefllrd one must pet the true remedy manufactured by the California Fir Syrup Co. only. For sale by all drumiNta In .Vic. and SI hnttlrs. China bad auapenaion brl,tne;s B. C, ' leafnres Cnnnal be Caret or local ap illca...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 January 1894

I ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION. . rTbat tr. John Murray of th. Cnalbmfar Kxpaclltlnn Thinks Abont II. An attempt Is being liiHiln nndrir ths) inspires of tho Roynl Oeonrnihlciil so ciety to renew Intercut In sntaruHo e plorstion. An linportnnt paper -on the nbject wns proncntcd to the society this week by Dr. John Mnrrny of the ClinllciiRT expedition. He m-gupd that the continent at the sonth pole coin piisitl 4,0110,(1110 square miles and thnt great practical benefits in the depart ment of biology, RPoloKy and physics wonld be Knitted by its cxjdornthin. He did not advocate a dash for the pole, but demanded rather a steady, systs tnntic exploration of the whole ennUiern region w ith nil the appltnncra of mod ern Investigators, The exploration should be undertaken by the royal navy. Two ships, not exceedin 1.000 tons bnrden each, should be fitted out for three unmraem and two winter. Early In the first season a wintering party of 10 men ahonld be landed some where sonth of Cape Horn, proba...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

lie It VOLUME 2. JIEYNOLDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17, 1891. NUMI'.EK 35. -Bell's- REMARKABLE SPECIAL OFFERS Men's and Boys' doming. Two Wonderful Special OlTorn that will make it eauy any man to treat himself to a Suit or Overcoat for a Christmas Gift. for $IO.OO FOR CHOICE Men's fine double breast ed Cheviot and Cassinier Suits, solid colors and mixtures, reg ular price if 1 2, 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. 1 AW" $10.00 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 i-if n Vuw r mntfl n hft linA fnr TCF!T.T.J $2.00 far Ch...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

Over 90 ; ! vut. of the business of the country la done by checks. i -a? The remarkable statement is made that the average Englishman uses 40 pounds of wilt a year. In England one man in B.OOOnttends college, in Heo'thiiid one in 615, in Germany one in 213, in the United States one in 8, 00ft It is estimated by the New York Ad Tcrtiser that 117,000 people are out of employment in Chicago, and the city ia overrun with penniless and homeless people. This ia part of the penalty of the Great Fair. L . .... . - - . -1 Exclaims the Kt. Louis Republic : "Our entire new navy, including three tugboats, has cost only $20,000,000. Some Englishmen are vowing that ten times that amount ought to be apent at once to secure their nation against France aud Russia." Rays the New Yolk Herald : "The Anarchists are a common danger. It is therefore the duty of every one to make common cause against them. Since it is a part of their creed that there is no frontier for their crimes, they must be made to un...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

CHINESE LIFE. MCCt'MAR CUSTOM!, AS SF.KN IS THE CITY OF CANTO. Pawnshops nnd Poultry Stores Birds Nests For Food A Visit t to Prison Various Form oC Punishment An Kxecutton. I VISITED Canton several time while at Hong Kong, staying from one to two days each time, and under thn same guide, Ah Sin, writes Frederick Hlcarns in tho De troit Free Press, This, m well m other guides, knew some "piReon Eng lish, m it id termed, bnt as for any intelligible explanation!! of historical objects, religion symbol or reasons for most habits, ways and customs, they seemed densely ignorant. I shall in this writing give without close con nection, or in the sequence as I bow them, some interesting points. The pawnshop are a striking fea ture ia tho architecture of the city. Thoy are lofty (seventy feet or so), about fifty foot square, brick, with bnt few and small windows, and those high np ; a largo doorway in one front corner six feet a strong wooden partition, a barred opening in this abont five fe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

?Htc it Star Suhnrriplinn $1.50 )xt imr,in mlranre, V. A. ftTI':rill'.NON, tCdltor mid I'lllT. W KONKSOA Y. ANUAHvl'Tsiiir A n Inili'iH'ndrnt lornl pn)wr, ptiMMicri pvrry WvilnrsHny ni Kynnl!HVlllt .IrlTiTMnn ro. I'a., flrvnli'd to tho tnli'nHl of Krynoltlxvllln ami .li'ircrwmrimnty. Non-tM)lltlrni, will trvnt nil llh fulrnr. nnil will lMmHM'liilly frli'ml ljr towiinU Ihi' hitmrlfitf Hhhw. Htilwrrtptlon prlnl.ftfln'rypnr.ln mlvnnro. 4'itmmiinfrtttlmm Ititcmlrn fur iinlillriitlnn must Im ni'i-ompnnlrd by I ho wrnir' tiitnit. not for piilillriitlon, but Rt n Kintrttntct of gHKl fnltn. Iiitcri'tlntf nrw Itrm nollrlti'fl. AilvciiMnir iiittw miiclc known on iippllrn tion nt thi'onirr In ArnoltIV Hltk. Lonelily rormnutili'iitlonH nnd rhimirr of nriviiNpnirnt rtliould rcm'h thh ottlni by Monrlnv noon. Ailtlrt- nil i'omtniinli'tlotiH to l A. Ptrph cnon, Hi'vnolilvlll Pn. Kntcri'ff nl tho poittofflco nt HcynolcNvlIlK, Tn., m mvowl rlnsn mull mattor. Tillont'fH 1h tho mntlicr of wanton childr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

- it Star. Subscript inn $l.RO prr ynir, in ndrrtnre. !. A. ftTKIMliciSMO, Kdltor find Pub. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. 1H94. Paswniror trains arrive nnl lravn Ueyn ioIiIkvIIIi' a follows: Allrtfhrng ValUy ItniUroy. Eastward. Westward. Trnln, - - (1.44 a. m.lTniln , -7.40 a.m. Trnln I, - - 1 on p. m. Train J. - -1.42 p.m. Trnln a. - - I.W p. m.lTrnln 10. - - s.4 p. m. Clmrflrlil if Muhnnimj Unihrny. Trnln No. 70, leave nt 7.10 n. m. Train No. 71, arrives lit 7M p. m. nr.Ysoi.iinvu.i.it MMT-orricR. Mails arrive and leave thn post-office ni follows: Arrive. Depart. rROM THK WFST. roBTHRRABT. I. 1ft p. m. - 7 no p. m.ltS.M p. m - - l.!p.ni, rnilM TMR RKT. MTRWT. s.OOa. m. - - 2.oo p. m.".1.1 n. m. - 1.1. p.m. Arrive from Kathmol nnd I'rearnttvllln II. .Wa. m. Arrives from riinlr Tuesdays, Thtirdays and Saturday nt ii.:wt p. m. Departs for Presort! vllle, Rathmcl, Panic ?.00j. m. Office honr7.fl0a. m. toS.OO p. m. Monoy order office ipt'n from 7.00 a.m. to 7:tOn m. IhI.f tiflti'n niM.n from ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

The l.nllshy l.suil, Thi t.ullnhy I.bikI In womlnrful land Not funnel on the mat of mni For thn illmilcil hiiml of thn I.ullnhy banil Know nothing nl pi'm'll iir pen. Ami Din only ijr yen ran reach thin html Is to Inkn up thn thread of jrnnrs Ami follow II lm'k llfn's win. linn traek To a mnlhnr's nmllnn ami tcarn. Anil tlmrnynu will flml thn l.ullnhy t.nml, Willi It lloi-k-ii-lly rlvnr of mirth Plowlnir on to thn iinp of Klnnp, llntiy, Hlnep, Thn sunniest m-nan of earth. Anil up liy thn Inkn tlmy nail Wl.lr-Awnkn Is many n gohlln nml fiiy i Anil fHlrlin nml elves Unit nwnllow them selves To frighten Ihn pnoph sway. Oh, n womlnrful html In thn l.ullnliy ,nn'l, Where llttln wnn folks nni fouml Who only mm wlmn tlmy tnlk to you, Anil HiikIi with it lisping noiiinl. Their hnlr nanny, th'lr eyes nrn lilun A Ihn ili'pth of lh Hiinimnr sky, Ami thi-lr liri'iitli no soft n thn wimls aloft Whnn a spirit gnus Mnutliiir ly. Ami these llltln wnn folk havo thn funniest chip, Thntliknn pi'iiilii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

A NEW ENGLAND MIRACLE. A BAlLltfMIr KM.I SKRIt RELATES HIS EXrRNIRM'E. tat woxnrarri, smsr tnto v mud p. toil AMD IIIS MiVMIFR-lX-l.lttr TO A US lOIlTtBOr TDK miHTllK nSRAI.U torn Ant nrsToarn attes veaiis or Anu.xr. (From the tld'ton Herald.) The vast hrnllli-nlvlti rwultn already at tributed hy the newspapers tlirnuglintit this country and Canada to l)r. Williams' "1'ink Till for 1'iile l'eople" hare been recently supplemented by Ilia caans of two confirmed Invalid Id one household In a New Enitland (own. The names of these people ire Fred C. Tofo, hie wife end hi mother-In law, Mrs. Oliver C. Holt, of Peterboro, members of the tame household. To the Herald reporter who was tent to Inveatlftatti hi remarkable cure Mr. Tom aid i "I am tblrtr-seiren rear old, and have been railroading for the Fltohburg for fifteen year. Blnee boyhood I have been troubled With a weak stomai'h. For the pant icren years I have suffered terribly nnd constantly. My stomach would not retain food i my head...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 January 1894

IMPEACHMENT CASES. THERE HAVE BEEN SEVEN SUCH IN THE UNITED 8TATES. The Pint ITU In MOT and the Latrat In 1870 The Memorohl Attempt th Impanclimenft of I'reiililent Aadraw f tihninn Two AnedMftil CftM. The removtil of fpdornl officers by Im peachment proceeding, under section 4 of article S of the constitution, has been attempted aeren times. The Blonnt case was the flrat Wil liam Blount, United States senator from Tennessee, was charged in 1797 with conspiring with British officers to steal part of Louisiana from Spain for Eng land's benefit. The house prepared ar ticles of Impeachment. The senate ex pelled lilni, after putting him under bonds for trial. Blonnt's defense was that a senator was not a civil oflcer liable to Impeachment, and on the ques tion of jurisdiction only he was ao quitted. Jndge John Pickering of the federal district court for New Hampshire was impeached In 1808 for drunkenness and profanity on the bench. The defense was Insanity. On trial before the sen ate. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

VOLUME 2. HKYNOLDSVILLE, PENiVA., AVE I )N ESI )A Y .! A N I L If Y 21, 1891. NUMBER 30. -Bell's - REMARKABLE SPECIAL OFFERS Men's and Boos' Glottlno. Two Wonderful Special Offers that will make it easy for any man to treat himself to a Suit or Overcoat for a Christmas Gift. $IO.OO FOK CHOICE Men's line double breast ed Cheviot and Cassimer Suits, solid colors and mixtures, reg ular price $12, now l0. 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 110. $IO.OO FoK 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 for Choic...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

BOLD BANDITS IN A BUGGY SOLD VP AN EXFBE88 TRAIN Jlear Their Favored Missouri Town, Boodle from 1500 to 160,000. Once more have robbers In Mlesoarl held bp " express train, and It Is believed the latest job was done by the same parlies who robbed the ' Eli" on the Hannibal railroad, week ago. Shortly alter Friday midnight five masked men halted a passenger train on the Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs railroad, only a mile north of St Joseph, Mc., at Uoy'a Landing, The means adopted by the bandits were a track torpedo and a red lantern. Officers who visited the scene of the rob bery found that the robbers had a spring wagon or buggy hitched near where the train was stopped and as soon as the Job was finished all of them returned to St. Jo seph In the conveyance. The vehicle' was tracked to that city, but the trail was lost at the head of Sixth street, where the Ihronghfare Is paved. Officers ofthe Express Company refuse to say how much was secured; but it Is generally beli...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

TURKISIIJURIALS. Mortuary Customs of the Otto- man Empire. Graveyard3 are Picturesque, but Sadly Neglected. There arc burial-ground attached to many of the mosques, picturesque lit Uo places filled with diminutive graves and irregular tomh-ntonps and thickly overgrown with shrubs nnd rose-bushes. It i not the custom in Titrkry ti kern graves in rcpnir, nnd he monumental stones, being tnl t mid slender nnd generally cylindrical noon full 'out of the perpend icular, h'nuing in every direction and lend ing the cemeteries a wild and fantastic fiparaiice. Until Mnhmtid intro dueid the fez, tlie headstones of men's graves were surmounted ly carved representations of turbans, but since that time the fez is in universal use, painted scarlet when new, with a blue tassel. Upon the column below the cylinder there is frequently a long in scription, beginning with an invoca tion to (lod or a verse from the Koran, and followed by a short account of the dead iimn's life. The tombstones of women ei...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

fcfte j Stay. Subscription St.60 per year, in ndranre. V. A. KTKl'IIK'NKOHI, Kdltnr and Pub. WKDN KSDAY. JANUARYS. 1HW. Anlntl(pnl'nt lwnl ptir.pultlNhr1ivrry WpilnPHdiiy nt Itrynohlnvlllt, .h'ffi'rsnn Co. Fa., iliwntrd to 1h Intcntftof Kynillvlllo and Ji'ffiTwinominty. ior-x IH li ii 1. will trvHt nil with fitlrntvui. nnn will lHH'nM!tnlly friend ly toward tho liiliortntf i'Ikm. Puhwrlptlnn prli't-fl.iWpi-rypnr.ln ilv(inro. ConimiinlriitlotiH liitmiflru for puhlli'ntlon munt Im nrrnmpnnlrfl by the wrltr' nnmo, not for publication, hut iih a jnmronttw of good fnltli. Intm'Htlnir mw Itom aollrlH'd. Advert llni rut)-!" niudo known on npplli'n tlon nt thi otHre In ArnolfN' Hlock. IimKlitv rommnnlciitloiiA und rlmnvp of ndvoitlM-'mi-ntii uliould nwh this otTIro by Mondiiv noon. Addii'm nil I'omnmnlratlonii to '. A. Hti'ph enon. Kvnollvlll'. In. Kntt'nif nt tlic pcwtofflrp nt Kcynoldnvllli', Pa., rh ivond rlnHH mull mutter. Tho mnn who wild that ho wnntml to do all the (fixxl he could ea...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

Subscription $1.50 per year, in advance. , . A. MTKPIIKNNON, f.dllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1804. Tl(lrcV tuib. Pawienirer trains arrive nnil leave Reyn oldsville an follow: Allegheny Valley Railway. Fantward. V'etward. Trains, - - 6 44 a. m. (Train . - -7 40 a.m. Train I, - 1.00 p. m. Train !. 1.42 p.m. Train H, - g.M p. m-lTraln 10, - - ,4H p. m. Clearfield d- Mahoning Railway. Train No. 70, leave at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrives at 7.iM p. m. flRYNOt.DKVII.I.R FOflT-OrriUK. Mull arrive and lrnvo the pnst-nmVe n follow: Arrive. Depart. rROM tiir wrt. roa the raft. I. 1(1 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - fl.iO p. m. rnou rnr. rat. run trr wrkt. 8.00 a. m. - - g.ou p. m. 17.111 a. m. - - I.IA p. m. Arrive from Rathmel and Prescottvlllo II. :)a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesday, Thurday and Hiiturdny at 2.110 p. m. Pcpart for Prcneottvllle, Rntlimel, Panic S.OOjn. m. Office hour 7.00 a. m. to R.00 p. m. Money order omVe open from 7.00 a. m. to 7. SO p. m. KcKlster office op...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

THE SLr-IH ntDE. fust room for two, not too itinoh room I (iK'k her in all smiR ami warm t I'm rnnnclniu of her hair's pnrftirau Anil of the nearness of hor arm. , t shake the linos out free nnl gny, The slcltfh belle ehtme and we're nwny Across the crisp nml Rllllorlnn snow, ' Lravlnit behind the elty street. If garish Rlnre nml noise, we go Into the darkness still and sweet (Ami horn nml them n household gleatn 4'llts by us In flying dream. How speed the horses gnyly driven I I Tin1 sweet hells clutter silvery mirth, Anil every star In white In heaven : Ami every Hold lii whit on oiirth. How ilnrk tho brightness seems, how bright The darkness of tho winter night I We pnss the open rond like wlnil, I llnl In the ilim smlshndowy Inline Our wilil puce slsckens, nml I flml Due Imnil eno igh lo holil the rlns Anil, somehow, when ! try to eponk. My words ere kissisi on her cheek. Ah, life l fnir In many ways, Anil full of ilenr. enchanting hours I Anil love li swept In summer days, 'Mil...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

Tli Steal Plcnannl War f preventing (he grippe, colds, headache ami f r I to m the liquid lantlv remedy, Byinp f Fie, whenever the system needs gentle, yet effective cleansing. To be henenud one must get Hie true remedy manufactured by the California Fig Xyrnp Co. only. For Ml by nil druggists In .Vic. and fl bottle. In Anstrlalhereare I. 3j,0i0 laving bank 0Kmtors. "'Browr' TinoftrntAl. Trothr' r ex. nellenl fur I ho relict of Hoarseness or Hon Throst. They are i v redinxly tflectlve." tTiturfcm Horn. i,omlim. .'nr. I'ero ha but .111 telegraph olllces in the ntire country. A DUTY TO THE PUBLIC " It-It It a ilnly to Ih-public to send tlili certificate. I IihcI ilif grip in the winter ol 'HI ml US mi severely Hint It deprived me of tin ttif of my arms so that in v w Ife had to drest and undress me. J tried rive doctors and not out accjupL-hcd anything, iheu I deler nulled to Iry Ilood's Saraaparllla Pefore 1 had taken one imtle I had the use nl my arms, thank Hod. These hi lad huh i ...

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