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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 January 1894

-CHARACTER IN GAIT. PERSONALITY OF PEOPLE 6HOWS ITSELF IN THEIR WALK. 'thn Mtmttpr Has nnnndlrM Conri-lt The AVnmnn Whn fKrm With Fntnrul Accu-mr;-Ab, Hits Clime the Man With Rteuity Trsntl mill Mnnljr Carrlng. It in riiil.ri !i wlm f.'.vi tlt ".An fic tion of snmll note, tt short ssylnif or jest will ilistltigiilHli person's renl clmriieter more limn tlm grentest sieges or tlio must Important list tie," slid Iinvnter, thn father of physiognomy, declares t tint no limn run ret n glass upon n taltle without lw?lrnylni to n certain extent his individuality. True, no doubt, lint oil" must, Imvn tlm keen vi inn, liio well tr ilii"il eye, In order In int"ipi''t these mystic signs. Thn itnlii : i i'i, i of char acter us exhibited in the walk of ft por tion, however, nrc patent to every be holder nml limy lie deciphered by tlio most untutored, the least astute. Bit by your window souie fine morn ing nml watch tlin uipii nnd womrn M they pass tn their varied avocation. Take, for example, th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

VOLUME 2. KKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31, 189 i. NUMBER 37. -Bell's- REMARKABLE SPECIAL Men's and bobs' clothing. Two Wonderful Special Offers Hint will make it easy for any man to treat himself to a Suit or Overcoat. $10. oo I'l'K CHOICE Men's line doiiM;' breast ed Cheviot and Cassimer Suits, solid colors and mixtures, reg ular price sl'j, now 81'. Men's tine black Dress Suits in sack and cutaways, regular price $12, now s0. Men's strict ly all-wool lous iness Suit, the latest pattern, now $10. BOYS' CLOTHING. Two surprising bargains which should induce every mother of a boy to make a bee line for DELL'S. $2.00forChoice. 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 I jwith deep rape 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!...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

MINERS' BECOME RIOTOUS DOZEN MEN SHOT.ONE FATALLY They Burn Two Work", Demolish Third end Destroy Property Before Quelled; A wv of anarchy, In who train fol lowed bloodshed and destruction of prOer ty passed over the Mansfield, Pa., coal region Pal unlay. It began with dawn and t dusk one human life and at leatt 1 00.00 : worth of properly had been detroyed. Made wild by fancied grievances and liquor mob of hundreds of infuriated foreigners, Hun. Hlavs, Italian! and Frenchmen, wept over the country surrounding Mans field through the Tom's Itun and Painter's Run valleys, attacked mine operators and few brave but scattered deputy sheriffs, burned tipples, wrecked can and destroyed railroad property. I I'niil noon the mob met hardly any re eistanre. At that time it bad reached the mines of Headline:. Ilros., near Federal etation. on the I'itisburg, (hartiers and YoiiRlilogheny Railroad. Here the rioters met determined resistance and were check ed. Itepeutine. Winchester rifle In the ha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

Unhapplne, Two little brown bird porohed In a tiw, Ami one win blithe a bird could be; H j iarollnd and fluttered with shoor dnllght, Pluming himself In the sunshine bright "Oh. swnntheart mine," ho chlrpd nt last, 'What n beautiful day !" "It's not yet passed,' Buld.thcothKr bird, with a hunch, "Oh, no! There.' n cloud out there i 'twill ruin or blow. li'ar m what a world of mlsnry!" Ortitnblcd one brown bird In the tiw. "Hut ruin doesn't Inst forever i this trnn Is thl.-k with lenv"i as the tree enn be. Ho If It should storm, we're fe." "Huppnsn Th' tree blows down with us In't, who k rows?" '('omo, cheer up, denrest, the nummer'n here, We shall he enred for, never fenr." "But winter will come, iind mnv be we'll freeze Kro we got aw Ay, say whnt you please Heir me, 't i n world of misery !" Frtteil one brown bird In the tree. "Ks 'li ilny brings one enough of rnr; Pray, why try to-morrow's to hear! I.t' down to the meadows nnd fent nt will: We can drink at yonder crystal rill Thnl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

t 1 w- . StOinrrifrilon $1.60 ; imr, tit mivwr. .. KTUMIKNWO. l.rtllor nnl Villi. W KOX KSlA.f ANU Alt Y 31. A n hhIi-i"'"'!'"! lx'n1 mS'i piihlfKhffl vn y Ylni'lny m t Ki-ynohNvlllt'. .IctlVi-'.on i'n. Pn. flcvot'erl to tin- tnti'rvHt of li'ynnl(lvlllf nnil .T'flVr-on fount y. Non-imlltiriil. will trciit nil with fiilrnt'H, itml will Iw (HMclully friiMnl- ly tuwnriis nip ituHirmic rms Hiitwrlutlnn nrlci'I..Vii,ryriir.ln ftlvnnr.. CoiiimiinlriitloiiN Inlrnili'il for iMibllriiiinn mtiM Im ncciunimnlrrt by 0n wrmr n mintc. not for ptilillcfiilnn, but nn n KiinriintM of good fulth. liiOrmtliiic ni'wn Iti-niswillclti'il. Advertising rnXvn nmriV known on upplli'it tton nt tht'otflrr In ArtmlilV lllock. ljt'iitrhty rommunli'iitloiiN mill Hinniri of HflvcritM'itirnt! should rt'in'h tbt nV by Mondiiv noon. A'ltlri'H'. nil fomtnunlrHtlotiH to C A. Htrph enxou. Ki'vnoldHVlllr, Tit. K.ntrri'd lit tlii nostoftVo nt lynoldivllti, Tn.. in ici'ond Hiihh tnuil mattor. "My mm, obnirvo tho itostnjje ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

Cite Star. Subsrrifitinn $tj0 ;wr irrtr, hi lulrtiniY. WEDNESDAY. JANUAKY 31. 1W4. Cvnttrlcve' nlle. t'lewmrer train arrlvn and lenve Kcyn oUWvllle iih follows: Allegheny Valley Knihrtn,. Eimtwn'rd. Wewtwiird. TrnlnW, - - tl.44 a. m.lTruln f, - 7.4 it. m. Train I, - - 1.IM p. in. Train 2." -1.42 p.m. Train a, - - S1T p. tn. Train in. - - H,4 p, m. Clearfield f Mahoning llitihraij. Train So. Tn, lenve it 7.10 n. tn. Train No. 71, arrives Ht 7. p. tn. nrvmii.DKVti.i.it poT-orrtci!. Mnll Mrrlvo nnd leave Ilio post-onlce am folloWSt Arrive. Depart, rmn tiik. wr.sT. ron thk kakt. I. 1S p. m. - 7.nn p. tn.l2.i p. tn - - fl.Wp. tn. ritoM Tttr rAsx. nm thk iwt. S.(I0 h. m. - - 2.l p. tn.l7.llt n. m. 1.1ft p. m. Arrives from Kiitlimcl nnd Prcwnttvlllc II. :m n. tn. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thiirduys mi'l Hiiturdtiv nt 2.:m p. m. Depnrts for I'rcscottvlllc, Kiitlimcl, Panic a.(i p. in. nVe honri 7.00 n. m. to H.on p. m. Money order nftlce open from T.AOn.m. to 7.:Mip. in. KcKlstcr office ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

ALL ABOUT ALASKA. OUR "COIjliKCTIOlf OF ICE ilKROS" A RICH POSSESSION. What the Census Him to Say About the Territory, It Population end Kesonrce -Peopled by Queer Races. N many respect an important work id tho "Report on the Population and Rosonrcea of Alas ka," just issued by the Oovernment from the Census Of fice. Alaska, nays the New York IV-os, has lone been looked on as a semi-unknown country -a polar wilderness of toe ami savages. Its nativo population were considered but a decree above the Digger Indians in intelligenec a cross between (IroenUnd Kskimoi and Patagoniatis. When Secretary Heward purclianed Alaska from Russia for S7, OOO.OOli twenty-two yearn ago, the newspaper called it a foolish transaction ; a waste of money for a collection of icebergs not worth accepting as a gift. Hvthe cciimiik report I ho great value of Alaska appears, and yet, according to nil ac count, the mineral and other re sources of that vast domain arc scarce ly begun to be developed. New ideas o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

THE HEW INCOME TAX BILL. A TAX OF TWO PER CENT. To He Levied on the Income of Individuals, Both Civil and Military. All A tuniniar.v of the new national revetius, bill, of which the Income tm bill forms tin principle feature, It as follows: The bill provide tint I lie Income In In to Into elTi-ct.lsnimry I. ltmmid tlint the first cllri'iion on rnrohir la to be mule on July 1, I t'. All rlusse of incomes are ir eluded In the measure anil theiiniforin rof of 4 tier ceu I. tax un Incomes over II.WO is UJM. The most Important detail of Hi bill Is the method iroioVd for the leer and col lection of tain. It I made obligatory on all persons reviving Imli vldunl innoinea of over l:i,rii to make a return to t tie local I'ollei-tor of Internal lieeetine. These re turns are none over by the Iti-Tenne Col lectorand a taiahle hit in made iipol those w hote ihromes exceed t, "r . No tax la levied on thim making rel'irii vf eA'V'it M..V0 ami imii r HW.lul .t c,miiii.l.e deemed it eiieJient to leiv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 31 January 1894

LMPKCUNIOUSLOVIMS THEY OUY ENGAGEMENT AND WED DING P.ING3 ON CP.EDIT. Contract to ry on Ihn liiMulluicnt rian, ami 111" Pair Rirrrlhrnrti) Nrr Know About It An Inlirr.llna Talk With a Ciinfltlrntlat Clark. An rn-rrvremottr. Tlotr. rntitrnrtrd for on thn iiiHtiillmi'iit plan In now n t'om mon n liiiHinif" trniianrtlnn m the fit tiiiK up of n lioartling honnnon thowimo nay payment plnn. There arn iteveriil New York Jewelry firms vvlilrh iio proaperona lmsine among proapei'tlve bri'leKrooiii" mi the eretlit ayatetii. Onn of throo is lorutetl on n promi nent down town atret. EnnaKeinnt ring" nmt wetMing linns nr here sold on cretlit, thn weekly payment tiring BO cents. At this Htoro the otlier day bashful young mnn asketl the chief clerk to xhow lilm sumo rings suitable to present to n yonng lady. "Engagement ring, eh?" anltl the clerk in a confiilontlal undertone. "Hero yon are, sir. the very latest. Forty-fivo ilollnrs cxiinlsite stone payment In 10 month. This shell ring is our own (...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 February 1894

mm VOLUME 2. JiUYNOLDSVILLU, IMlNiVA., WEDNESDAY KIUIIUJAIIY 7, WH NlLMIIKIi Si) IT -Bell's- REMARKABLE SPECIAL Men's and Bogs' ciotlimo. Two Wonderful Special Offers that will make it easy for any man to treat himself to a Suit or Overcoat. $10.00 KOR 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 lous iness Suit, the latest pattern, now $10. V-j ... i 7 aW"s 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...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 February 1894

THE WILSON TARIFF BILL IT PASSES THE LOWER HOUSE OF CONGRESS BY A MA JORITY OF 64. A Scene Without a Parallel in the Nati onal Capitol. Thursday evening at the conclusion of one of the grandest, most impoilng and impres-ive scenes ever witnessed in the American capitol, the Wilson tariff bill tiassed the house of repr tentative! by rote of 204 to 140. The events leading up to it were almost unparalleled in thiscotintrys annals. Such a tfi't concourse of people at assem bled to hear the last arguments upon the great economic issue about to ha Submitted for final arbitrament to the representatives of the American people had never before xen teen within Jthe precincts of the nation a legislative capital. Nothing like it was ever known in the history of the oldest inhabitant of the capital. For hours before the bebate began the corridois leading to tbe galleries were surging mass of humanity, which finally became so great tlnit men cried out in ter ror and women fainted in fright. It wa...

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

A Heart's Son?. A raindrop Ml from tho leaden sky And ii gray bird sang whon tho day was nigh. Th" crystal ilrop wns lost In thn rain By an arrow's- thrust tho bird was slain. K t.-ardrop fell from a heart's overflow, Ami a maiden's sung was sad and low i I'or the one she rtnnmnd so true and strong Proved false to singer, and to song. IAi.nr.RT Hnnt In Godey's. WAS IT A RUSE? BV 8. A. WKIS8. Alice Wren wns n very pretty little woman a widow of thirty or there abouts with soft, nppealing brown ryes and a dimple in each check, and the more Mr. Bowers looked at her across tho bonrdingdiouse table the better he liked her. Ho was himself a w idower of forty, and had been paying Nome attention to a maiden lady with nubiirn hnir and sharp black eyes, who, ho considered, would bo ft good manager for his household; but from the moment when pretty Mrs. Wren sealed herself opposite him nt Mrs. Brook's table, ami said, in hur sweet, low voice, "Ten, if you please, with sugar and cream," he felt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 February 1894

SElte -jAr Stan Subscription tl.0 per ymr, in admnre. C. A. RTKPIIKNNON, HdUor and Pnbi WEDNKSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1804. Anlnilrponrti'M Incnl pipr. piilillolird every Wednomliiv nt KoynnlfKvllle, .IrlTerMon I'n. P... ilt'viitWl In the Interen1 of Ki'ynotHwvllle and .IrlTi'ronroiinty. Non-polhlrHi, will trrHt all with full-no. Hnd will heesiwlRlly friend ly townriN the hilnrlnR eliw. (iii)MiTlptlfin prli-eI.SOicryeiir,ln dvnre. rnnimunh'iillon Intended for puhllrntlnn mutt lie iireompnnled ly the wrfler'n nnme, not for niilillrntlon, hut nn minrnntee of goiMl fiillli. Inten-HtlnK newx Itemn Kolli-lted. AdvertMntf rttet mHde known nn applica tion in Hie nlnVe In Arnoldn' Hlock. 1aiit;liiy crnnmunlrRtloim nnrl rfmnirn of advert iHe'nientN tthnuld reiioh 1 h In oftlro hy Mondnv noon. Addri" nil eommunlrallonn toO. A.HIepli 1nmi, Weynoldvllle, la. Knten'il nt the poMlnnVc nt Heynol(livllle, Ta.i n Heeond cIrnm mull mutter. For assk.mhi.y, V. O. SMITH, t)r I'iuxhi lAWNitv BnRoirnH, Htihltvt ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 February 1894

ffiftc Stan SubArripfiVm tt.fO jtrr yenr, in advance. 6 ' A. TWPIIKWAn. Scriltnr nnil I'lih. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 184. f tntitlit' tt. Pnwiiipr trnlns nrrlvo nml leave Kcjrn oltlHvllln rk follows: Allegheny Valley liailiray. Eastward. Wmtwurd. TrnlnB, - - 6.44 n. m.lTrnln , - -7.Wn.rn. Train I, - l.no p. m. Train 2.- - MS p.m. Train a. - - p. m.lTraln 10, - - B.4s p. m. Clearfield cf Mahoning ltaihcay. Train Nn. TO. Icnve nt 7.10 n. m. Train No. 71, nrrlvo nt 7.11 p. ni. HKTNIII.DKVIM.lt POKT-orril'H. Mull nrrlvo nml lenvo the post-offlrc nit follows: Arrive. Ilrpnii. rnoM Tnit wk.kt. ron tub cast. I. 111 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.lW.ilOp. m - - (l.snp. m. rnom Tim kt. run tiik wiwr. d.OOn. m. - - tm p. m.lM.1 n. m. - - 1.1.1 p. m. Arrlvr from llnthmt'l nnd I'rewottvllle II. :wn. m. Arrive from Pnnli- Tue-ulny. Thuriliiy t nnl Hiitnrfliiyi nt p. m. itepnrtR lor rrewouviiit., iiiiinnici, imin 3.00 n. m. txnce honr7.0i)n. m. toK.oop. m. Money nnlir nftliMi open from 7.(n.m.1 7.Sp. m. Regi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 February 1894

HIS NATAL DAY. THE IMITIIIMVH OK QKOROK WAHHINOTO. Anniversaries of Ills lllrfh Were Often Important, '.landmarks In Ills 1'nrprr -The Ureal en ernl'n Mfe Reviewed. "' EOROE Wlf.LtAM. eon to Au ,1 , gustine Washington Ami Mary V"JC his wife, m liorn the llth ilny of February, 17:il-'2, alxiut ten iu the morning, unit wim lasptizcd th !ll of April following, Mr. Bromley Whiting and Captain Christopher trunks, godfathers, and Mr Milfred Godfrey, godmother. When Washington was liorn his father was about thirty-six years old nnd hi mother twenty-eight. Hp was the Brat of Iiih father's children by n MRond unirriag., liorn of Rood family on both Hides, hut in house which modern luxury would deem mean in it Birr nnd Appointment. It hnd four roonm only, a chimney At each s'ml, was perfectly plnin seen from the fiutatde, lint had A miniature picture nailery within in tins "best room,' consisting of a cbtniuey piece orna mented with Dutch tiles showing srenea from the Hible. In this plnin hom...

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

limit Wires, Bom writer vry aptly llksns lb nsrres to lectrle wire, aud th gsneral working of their system to tint of electric oara. A man Who 'slips hl trollt-y" Ilk Mr, Jt-reinlub Enr, 18J J W. I.ombar.l St.. Biiltlinor, M.I.. Will Dfe.l somtthlDB; bttr limn evsn Ral nc battery to sot him all right. Mr. Knoy foutid that lotnotbltiK In 111 tollnwlng way. 'I uflVreil," be ), " Ion imii with tieuralwia In the lientl. I Rave Ht. Jacobs Oil a fair 'rial ami am mtlrsly i iirwl." In thin way the nrit remedy ants a n motorman to restore broken wire, ant let the system to perfect action. Did you know that Miss Jljonen va koIdr to marry young Srulth?" "1 knew It; but 1 cannot undemtanrl how a girl a Intelligent as slie In ran consent to marry a man ttipll enough to want to marry lier." Brooklyn Life. - An laipartant Itlllrrritr. To make It 'rrnt In tliniisanil,wlin tlilnk tbrim.lvcs III, tlmt tin y ere not afTritml with any disease, lint tlmt tli system simply nwils cleansing, Is to brlna i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 February 1894

IJEUINNIMI OF MAN. DR. DniNTON FlinMSHE3 INTEREST ING DATA ON THE SUBJECT. Grtiprnl Agri-mm-nt mi tlm IHetverl-a In tlir "lrllt" Tlir ;liirlHl Mnml nlihril In ll.twi-ili Warm I'l'lluiU. Where Mnn Oprm-il Ilia l:i-. "'I'lic IJ--ui'JitiLt if .Man ft i i I I li" A'jiMit till) IImi'I.'" Is till' Mlll'.ji-Ct 1:1' llll Mi l II I" III The 1-Vriiin ly l)r. Daniel (1. liriiiton, Olln lf till) foremost mil l.ropolimisN nf tlu time. Tin' very e.n li' -t dep"-i' in Which tliore limy In' wilil Ik In' a i-ln r.il BfUi'i'iiU'iit tlint in iiii'.h remains are lutm I Ir tlmt callcl the Drift, a S'-ri'Snf gravel beds In tliu valley of tlm Tli.iini'i in Knir limit, Suiiimo in France and the Mmiizh nitres in Mi in in, and i-N'-vvlnT" in western Europe In tlii'Ki beds liiKU)iii! tool and weapons nre lumul lyitiH in undisturbed relations with duties uf animals ImiLf since extinct, ami which under the picseiit con ditions of the vlimnte could not i xit in tlmt locality these ntuniiils belnngtmi 'o tropical...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 February 1894

mm VOLUME 2. I.KYN0LRSV1LLE, PENN'A., AVE I N KS I )A Y F E I H UA It Y II, 1U9I. NWIHEK li'X -Bell's- REMARKABLE SPECIAL OFFERS Men's and Boos' Glotlilnn. Two Wonderful Special Oiler that will make it eany for any man to treat liinwlf to a Suit or Overcoat. $IO.OO for CHOICE Men's fine double breast ed Cheviot and CaPHinier 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. $1,000 von CHOICE Men's celebrat ed Cans trobe twilled Melton at id Kersey Overcoats, reg ular price is 12. r0, 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 l.r, now 10.00. BOYS' CLOTHING. Twto surprising bargains which should induce every mother of a boy to make a bee line for HULL'S. $2.00 for Choice. Buy good quality 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. — 14 February 1894

It in estimated that 1140,000,000 vjraa. spent in railway taavcl last year in this country. There are ion C'hinnmen in thil country to every American in China the figures nre 1,100 against 11,000. In timed of war the armies of the Europeans nation can be mined to 9,306,000 mm and the ilnily expense mill lie nrnrly 820,000,000. Ten, the beverage ot the highet classes in flcriuiiny, though more con sumed in the north, is rapidly win ning favor also with the middle clans in the couth. Everywhere, notes the Washington Htar, thetea table is grow ing popular, and Germany will proba bly, at no distant period, become a large consumer of tea. Kays the New York Mail and Ex press: The United States of South Africa is spoken of by an influential London paper as a probability of tho future. The leaven of liberty is work ing all over t lie globe. The federation of man is an increasing possibility. Perhaps future generations will know the United States of the World. The Major General commanding th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 February 1894

The Flight of the Heart, The heart soars np like a bird From a nest of earn 1 Up, up, to a lorgnr sky. To a aofter air I No eye can moostiro Its (light And no hand ran tame, II mount to beauty and light, In mtiste and flame. Of all the changes of Time, There la none like thlst The heart warn up like a bird At the stroke of Ml 11. The heart soars up like a bird. It nt Its wings soon tire ; Enough of rapture and song, The cloud and tho fire; Its look, the look of a king Of a slnve, Its birth, lhs poor, tired, Impotent thing. Minks baek to the earth. And the mother spread her Inn, And she lulls Its pains 'Oh, thou who sighed for th fctin. Art thou mine again? ' Dora Rende Ooodal. A Transformed Portrait, Dt JAMES BL'l'KHAM. A quaint old house was that In" Louisiana whero I had planned to upend tho winter of my content tho winter followiug my engagement to Louiso Ericsson. It was largo, state ly, and aristocratic, but so old, ao an tiiiatcd in all its appointment, r h uch faded, dingy ca...

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