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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 February 1894

frntiHrriplinn tl.M) jwr year, in mlvunee. C. A. MTKPIIKNNO, Krillor mill IMib. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. lHlTT Aii InrtrponnVnt Inrnl pnnor, pulllh'tlrvirjr WiMlnrHtliiv nt KymltNvlH .li'llVnwm t'o. !'., ili'viitiil In tlm Inti'D'His of Ki'yniiliUvUU nnd .li'lTi'itiom'nnn! y. Non-polltli-nl. will tivnt nil with fiilrnww. iiihI will l i-inri'liilly ftli'iiil- ly InwunHttio litnormtf ruts. Huhw-rlptlon prlcol..'WM'rytnr,ln nlvnni-e. t'omnwnlrntliin Intotnli'il for puMlrnilon mutt Iw n impnnM-n ly thi wrllrr h nnnif. not fur riililttntlon, hut n n itimrnntiH1 of mHl fnltli. Int."ntln nt Itrm Millrltcil. A(lvirtWlnir rut' nmil known on itllt-n-ilon nt tin- onVi- In ArnnlilV llloi'k. Lrnulity rimimnnlriillotn unci rliiinirit of vlv'itlttnn'ntH should n-nrh thin ortlro hy MoihImv ?ofn. AHlri"4 till rommunlcHtlon to t A. Nlrph mtin, li'vnolfNvlll'. In. Kntrrrd nt thn poMolltco nt Ki'ynolcl-tvlllr, Ph.. n Nt'i'oml ilnm infill niMttft. Edward HoU'b wiccoHfifiil nrticUi In tho .liinunry "('wmo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 February 1894

1&t & Star Subscription $1.60 )wr yenr, in advanrr, tl. A. HTKPHKNHON, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1804. ITrowelrr' 03ut. I'nssrnirer trnln nrrlvo and lenvo Reyn oldsvllle ns follows! Altryhrnu Vulley lliiilirtiy. Enstwnrd. Westward. Trnln 9, - - 8.44 n. m.lTniln 6. - 7.40 n. m. Train I, - 1.011 p. in. Train 2,- - 1.42 p. In. Train 3. - tU7 p. m.lTrnln 10. - - Ms p. ni. Ulrnrflrht if Mahoning Kaihrny. Trnln No. 70, lenvr nt 7.10 n. m. Trnln No. "I, arrives nt 7.M p. ni. nKYNOI.DKVII.I.I! PORT-OrriCR. Mnlls nrrlvo nnd li'Bvo the post-nfltce. ns follows: Arrlvi. Depart. moH tii r r.nT. ron tii k hast. I. lSp. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 113, 30 p. m (l.op.m. rnon Tim r. ast. ron Tim m, 8.00 b. m. - - 2.00 p. m.17.15 n. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from Knlhmel unci I'nwnltTllle II. ;)n. m. Arrives from I'ntili Tuesdnys, Thurdnys mid Huturduy nt p. m. Depnrts for rrescottvllle, Knthmcl, PnnlR 3.00 p. m. Office hours 7.00 n. m. tos.00 p. m. Money order ofllee open from 7.00 n. in...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 February 1894

MOQUI INDIANS. TIIK OMKHT FAMIMES" ON AMKKK'AN MOIL. The f Truce Their Ancestry 400 Years Strange Snake Dances, Tor tores. Religions itml Curious Customs. T" WORK of nuiqno interest in Thomas Donaldson's illus-trnti-il report just issued by (T the Government on the Moqui Vttelilo Indians of the Month went. It is it large, pietn resqne volume sent out as mi "F.xtrn Census Bulletin." Mr. PonnlilKon, expert special agent in charge of the iiivcHtiization, a gentle man of wide experience in Indian nltitrs dud the author of this graphic tepnrt, has Riven the subject careful ntti!i:.ioii, and presented a eompre lieni've nnd authoritative statement of th.? special civilisation of those preniinr tribes, noon to lie obscured or lost in tin- fide of modern occupation of tin-it- vicinity. The volume also cout i;m the report of Mm. E. H ('lark, note liy Mr. A. M. Stephen, nnd bIho report of Special A (rents Julian Scott, Henry P.. 1'oore and Peter Moran, who me artists of repuUtion. Note from th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 February 1894

THE CLEEOYMAN'3 STORY. A. ritOMItr.NT MIMIfTEW Itrl.ATES in iiRtMHK nt.K rvrFiil- tMHtl ITII TH. IJKiri'E. ow nr. wa ann'tro ani tin nr wis irmi) it Aniiri.c t:iAr rvssv una stint t.- tir.Ati amp muswii. (from lbn i'u'rtffr y?n'i liim.) I'.fT. Thorn!: I.. w'io rcslilc nt JMKNclTHIrcst. I t'.istor of III llli-hmond tlniitlst Ciinri-'i. Iln Is nn iiliimnu of l'.uck tiell '(illrniit t.-irrls'inr I'.i., wiicn lie at- i:iil-ni ui-1lf-(.-r.-fi ui .Ulcer III (ins. "nil III oilier work I'n c.lli mil pu'ills'ii I'll 'iiiiiinri'l llaptirl, a monlh'y Journ-il ile ViAleil lo the llilercsl of t'm church. He look upon prwllr-.it side of life, loth presi-hlng nil 1 pi'ilislilii'.; I'm liitporliui'-i of Komi licnllh, nil I when ns'iitl to tetl w'.mt lr. Wllllsm' rink Mil h.it !on lor liirr, licw-nt le.'on F.ni;en Zislir, a Nnti'-ry I'ublU! nt 57:11 Ni-ft Htreet, nn I chr:iilly niuitenfTHsvit l the Tollnxin mrrnt'vn "I begun Inklnr lr. William' r.n': nil for P.tlc IVoplKtiro w!inra thl Hunilny. 1 li...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 February 1894

CHINESK ETIQUETTE. DELICATE WORK FOR A MONGOLIAN MASTER OF CEREMONIES. A t-nmptlr-atvd Myatom of Hnttiina, Han nara and ront4f Armi Whtrh A ra (TimmI to llmlgnat ttank-Coafiialiin Or-r-a-lnna hf tha fttmliM of Inslgnlaa. "Mothliur in moro rompllt-iitod tlmn CIiIiicka etiquette," mid lr. l-Mwnrd llcilldc, rx -consul to Atnoy. "A master of Pnbrett and liurko I a, novice licsldri nColostliil master of ceremonies. Never theless tho hitter's system I ili-Hnlle, If elaborate, iiml Iw liicrnmiiy ofllrial hitid liinrkn whereby to slmpo his eourso. n lif tlm most important of these I thn button tflilrh In worn by every mandarin on tho top of hi lint. Much of the tiinn rank linn it particular button, nud thn second degree of tho first nnd mrond ranks are, also marked by sepuriiln but tons. The ofllciul lint in mt follow: "r'lrat Hank - First tl-ww, HkM curat rrsl buttnnt MTonil oVBTra, ilerii rural mil button. 'HconiJ Hank-Flint di-mrn, Unlit rrlnisiin twttom swunit dtnrri'ii, ilara t-rltnnn ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 February 1894

VOLILMK 2. ItKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY FEHIJUAUY 21, 1IWI. NllMIlEIt 40. -Bell's- REMARKABLE SPECIAL OFFERS AT EVEN-SONQ. Men's and Boys' doming. Two Wonderful Special Offers that will make it easy for any man to treat hiniHelf to a Suit or Overcoat. $10.00 KOK CHOICE Men's fine double breast ed Cheviot and Cappimer Suits, Holidcolorsand liiixturen, reg ular price $12, now $10. Men'B 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. $I.00O FOR CHOICE Men's celebrat ed Cans trobe twilled Melton and Kersey Over coat h, 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 HELL'S. $2.00 for Choice. Buy good qual...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 February 1894

The London Vegetation Society has committee of women to assist in promoting a knowledge of the artistic cookery of vegetable. The latest sharp game reported Is that of a New Yorker who advertised a handy method of writing withont pen or" ink. It costs the inquisitive publio 3 apiece to be told to use a pencil. The United States Navy now ranks seventh among the world's fleets. It consists of forty-one vessels. During the past year nine ships were launched nd si completed and placed in com mission. According to Beerbohra figures ahipments of wheat to Europe from America, Canada, Russia, India, Ar gentine and Australasia were 321,400, 000 bushels in 1893 and 499,800,000 Bnehels in 1892. The current work of Congress is looked after by 141 regularly accredit ed correspondents in the press galleries of the Senate and the House, and they serve 171 papers. New York is repre sented by twenty-one correspondents, who serve fifteen papers. In the shifting movement of this (restless country some...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 February 1894

1'Iip Silent Battle. Shall I loll you About the buttle Thst was fmmht in the world today. Whre thousands went down like herol To death in the pitiless (niy? Yon may know some of the wounded. And some of the fallen when I toll you this wonderful hnttle Wiw fought in tho hoar's of men, Not with the sound of trumpets. N r lathing of sabers drawn, Tl'it lent a twlllirhtln autumn All day the Naht wtnt on. And over nirnlnst temptation A mother's prnyers were east That Imd come by silent marches From the lulluhylnnd of the past. And over tho field of bnttln Th force of ambition went, I)rtvln before It, likh arrows. The children of sweet eontent. And memories odd and olden (' ime up through the dust of years, And hopes that were glad nnd iroldin Vn met hy n host of fenrs. And the heart grew worn and weary An 1 said : "Oh. can It be Th:it I n-n worth the struggle Vo:i are making today for me?" For the henrt Itself was the trophy And prize of this wavering flgh' ! And tell m , Oh gentle reade...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 February 1894

Hinlixcriplinn $1,60 r ynr, in atlrnnrr.' O. A. rl'l,llK0, Kdllnr and Pub. WEDNESDAY. KEHUUAKY 21. 1S!4, An liulrpi'nilfiil I'K'nl p-ipor, pubiwlirfpviry WMlniHiliiy nt lt'.vnileNlll, .Ipffei-mm I'n. ia., in voi rn i o i mi iin t'rt'm hoi ifryniiivim litnl .1ircrini'oiinlv. Non-nolliti'nl. will iri'iit. .til with fnlm,". mill will tH'4'HiHvlnUy fiimtti ly towuriN 1ln litlmrlnir Hi,. Hnlwrlptlon prli'i(I..V)Hr vpnr.tn nrivanon. t'ommiiiiiriiiionn iiiii'niirn ror niiniiriiiion no for piihllfiiilon, but ar ft tninrnntiM' nrf roimI niMh. IlitiMillntf ni'wn Hrnm noltrllril. AilvprtMnir niton miuln known on applica tion t 1holhYp In Arnold' Itlock. l.i'tiirlity I'ommiinli'iiilons nml rhrinup of filvirtlHiniiiitH hIioiiIiI rtMirh thin ouVt by Moniluy noon. Ai1hv till I'onimiintrKtlonfi to ( A. Htcph-en-on, Ki'vnoliNvllli', I'n. KntcriMl nt tin' noitolllre nt Hi-ynoliNvllHi, Pa., nn Mwonri Huh mil 1 1 mnttor. "Folk I ulunvn makin' (tin of do fellofH tint do wniT ci11h 'linn boorm,' " wild U...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 February 1894

3Efte it Star Subucription $1.50 per year, in advance. !. A. RTF. I'll KISSO. Krtltor and lHh. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21. lsiiT. flTrntirlftre' nlt, I'niwnwr train nrrlvo and leave tteyn nldarlllo a follows: Allegheny Valley Haihray. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 11.44 a. m.!Trnln II, -7.40 a.m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train 2.- 1.43 p.m. Train a. - .K p. m.lTraln 10. - - H.4 p. m. Clearfield cf Mahoning Hniheay. Trnln No. 70, leave at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrive at .X p. m. arvsoi.nnvii.i.R rnsT-orrica. Mall arrive nnd leave the. pot-onVe as follows: Arrive. IVpart. VROM THR MT. FOB T1IK ItAHT. I. 15 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. I2. p. m - - 0.20 p.m. rnoM tiif rsT. run rnr, ht. S.OOb. m. - - 2. p. m. 7.I5 a. m. - l.ln p. m. Arrive from Hntlimnl nnd l'resenttvlllo II. :ma. m. Arrlvi'H from Panic Tuesday. Thurday and Saturday nt2.;m p. m. Depart for I'rcscottvlllc, Kathmcl, Panic 3.00 p. m. I fnVe hour 7.00 a. m. to K.flO p. m. Money order omVe open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.W p. m. Ki'KlHter 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. — 21 February 1894

KING OF GAME FISH. TIIK 'Om,K BMiMON (IF T1IR ( OLl'MI)U RIVKR. He U ioln the Way of the ttntlato taught by the Thousand In In human WIimIi-Mijr Very Poon I Kxtlnct. TTAR ont beyond Nebraska's mighty plains where but Into wan wont to ronrn the king of A v i im f VtAa4 1 sjs 4Kit p iuiLi imiu an-twnio saw IUT) lnmhia's scenic land, known still to fume a the home of the monarch of our inland waters, the splendidly royal Mlmnn. Every American sportsman knows, says tho Washington Htar, something of tho kern delight of spearing a Chi nook or a eteolhcad, to say nothing of AM OMIKNTAL F1HHKRMAN. tho pleoanre of landing a hlucback. even ifhe doesn't know that their scientific names, tho oncorhyochus choucbia and the salrro gairdiiert, are nearly as lar(?e aa themaolve. But few of ua aeera to realize that the salmon is in tho name danger that overtook the buffalo, and that, unless their senseless (daughter be retarded, they will become extinct. Unlike the buffalo, the salmon has no means of...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 February 1894

When trlemla abuse ou "hehintl your back," do out Brieve too much They do not mean all they say. The will smile as usual when the meet you. A fale, Heeee. Trait. Not corporations alone make the bwrt trusts, tor morally speaking srs plane reliant la thing moat aunriessfiil, and thereby estab Hah a moat substantial trust, and this le tba fray to do It. ' My wife." aayi Mr 1. W. Aaira, Fairmont, Nab., suffered Intensely lib sciatica, and wan helpless. I triad many thins to no purpose. A Ithona-h tba doctors aid 'no' i lot t bottle ot nt. Jacob Ull nnd triad 't. It "topped tba pain and In a nhort lima aba nad no uaa for rut ones." Now here It a trust founded on tba an ret? of cure from theeiperlenoe ot bainf cured. I,at any loubtlns; Thomas taka tba lama count and make truct for himself. There art 2.l flhln? clubs In London, Willi a membership of LUMsl." " Imeeriani IllSrreare. To make It apparent lo tlintiaanris,wlio think Uwmwlvr 111, that they are not aflrrvted with any illsraae, but...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 February 1894

THE F1UEXJ) IN NEED. IRVING'S STORY OF THE "BUSTED'' ACTOR'S GOOD SAMARITAN. A RfmlnlMfiictt Wtilrh herrnvil tit Trnicll tha Itrlstor'n llrnrt Onrn IIl Wi Very 1'imr ami VitltimiTn, lint Now Ho tn Tllrti ' iinH Pnmnnn In All f.amln. Tin- plnrn win n cony room In n cozy hotfo in n iiii't Mtv. c t nlV tli" Uliimil, London. Tho tlinn wn Piitimliiy ; tho hour, miiliiilit. A rninpittiy of pnrcs Iniml men. omipitm-il of some: of tlm lnwycrs, tlnrtora. newspnpcr iihmi nml actors whoso milium rn tainon cm both sides of tlm Atlantic, wits scattered in groups nliont tint mums stiniktttir nixl chnttliiK nftrr tlio Hiitiinltty iil;:lit sup per, which Imil become a stnnilmil mill tntioii with them. In n shollornl cor ner river by tho fireplaeo snt n sinnll knot of mull, every ono of whom hml reached thn top, or at least tlm front rank, of hiii profession. Tlm tnlk, drift Inn in n smooth, desultory, half sleepy way from plinso to phase, hml grmlmilly assumed a retrospretivn hue. From una to anoth...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

Ml e V V0M1MK 2. KKYNOMWVIIXK, I'HNN'A., WKMNKSDyVV FKISIIUAKV a, 1I51M NITMISKK 11. FLLT. A plump little font nn white u the -itow. MHonKlng tn rolllcklNir, fnlie-.ome .ln. In lit t Id ml nock, niili n li ! In the too. And a hole In the lii'rl at well. A trim little font In a trim little ln, Brlnnirlna; to slxtrrn--"n,r-nM Mls Nnr, And liHikltiR M If It knrw Ju-t whnt to do. And do It In wax that would ti ll. A very lame foot lu a homely army, rVlnnlns to Peter who follmva the dray. So bin that It enmollnire la In It own way And move with the npeed of a annll. Aht a very hlf thine la the human Tout, In dainty made ahne or In clumsy boot. So 'II well there are rarlona taatea to milt. And that faahlon can't alwara prevail. The plump little font a beautiful alf ht And the trim little font, en taper and ullglit. And the very larce foot, though much of a frit-lit. Are traveling all the aame road. And It mattera but little how email or how ejreat. Bo they never (row weary of patha that a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

The college yell is it purely Amerl run invention And is unknown in other countries. "Thin bida fair to be a year of (treat progress in cotton manufacture in the Ron th," predicts the Atlanta Consti tution. ' Lendville, Col., thegreat silver camp of the world, finding the market for the white metal dull, ha taken to find ing gold, announces the Han Francisco Examiner. Tn Italy the scarcity of silver coin in so great that church collection con sist almost exclusively of I. O. U.s, which each contributor redeem with note when his total liabilities amount to ten francs. The people of Italy are evidently no better o(T than their rulers, who have just floated a loan through the assistance of Germany. Hay the Cincinnati Tribune : Home coeducationalist young man i clamor ing for admission to Vassar College. Why not? The women are now ad mitted to Harvard, Cornell, Columbia and other colleges for Wen, and it' a poor rule that work both way. But Vassar sny she won't, and if a woman wou't she...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

SNOWSHOEING. COLD WF.ATHKR Kt!N IJf THE NORTH WKST. Clubs Mtiltlplylna; In Wisconsin ami Minnesota, Where the Sport is the Mont Popular Skates Propelled by Sails. OF nil winter sports snowshoe ing bill fair to become ths most popular; witbin the past two years it linn obtained a firm foothold in the Northern Stotes niul in now receiving an unusual nmoutit of attention in the East. Taken nt nil it points nnowshoeing in with oft n doubt, tho ideal exercise during thi) colli sensou because it offers such ' a mnltitiuli' of advantages over nil othor oold weather sports. While skating will invariably find favor with a large number of people and linn its never f" 1 1 1 ti i ilflinhtn, it M always handi capped by the serious disadvantage of being confined to a very limited space wheu compared with snow-shoeing. For (jooil skating there must also be i ootnhinntion of favorable weather, and thaw, however slitrht. make the iee too Woft for Rood sport and a snowfall following a spell uf mild w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

mt a Star tfttlwcriiilinii tt.fiO jirr iimr, in udrrmce, C. A. MTKI'HKNftO, l: ill tor nml Pub WEDNESDAY, FKHHUARY 2-S. 114 An lnlrnmlirtt Inciil piiprr.puliIMu'dt'Vrry W'odiH'tduy lit lloyiinhlnvtllr, .lifTiT?Mn i'o. 1rn., (trviitrd to tho Ititoii'ifH of Ki'ynolilwvHIi' irnri .ipfTerMoni'iiunty. Nnrt-tMiHIlriil. wtlllrrnt Ml wlih rnlriHVM. Bticl will he I'xptii-lnlly fi'lrnrt Iv Inwnnln Iho Itihortntr Hum. HulHM-rifitlon nrl,I..V)iMr vrnr.ln nrtvnni'p, NniniiinliMilhHm IntiMulrti for nulillrnttnn Jmit Im iirrnmpHnU-d hy tho writer n nnnip, iot for ixilillriitlon. hut nn a tfiiRrnntiM' good fiilih. lnlr(Hilntf now llcntfi solh-lird Anvpriwlnir nitn mnrlf known on nppllrti Mon nt tin otlli'i In Arnold' Hlork. I.inirlitv rommnnli'ntlorm mul rhnniro nl fVlvfrlNrmctitN Nholllfl riMich thin nfllrt" by monntiy ihmhi. A'Ulri'Mt nil 'ommiinlrtloni to V. A. Htnph' ttiwn. Hcvnoldsvllli. I'n. KnU'ri-tl tit tho ptwtnlHiv nt Ki'ynolrtsvlllo, ra.. ft Nivonu t'iti! ninn tniiirtr. (lut of th.) Nlxt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

die Star Sidwcriptinn tl.HO per year, in advance. V. A. TF.lHKON. Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 11)4. (Tvavrltv OTutK. I'lKwnirer trnlns nrrlvo and lenvo Kcyn- OldsVlllo HH follows! Allegheny Valley Hallway. Kimtwti'rd. VVpstwiird. Trnlnll, - 0.41 a. m.lTniln (t, -7.40n. m. Train 1. - - 1.00 p. m. Train 2,- -1.42 p.m. Trnlna. - - A7 p. m.lTrnln 10, - - MHp.m. Clrarftrld cT Mahoning Hallway. Trnln No. 70, Iciivo nl 7.10 n. m. Tniln No. 71, arrive nt 7.3fi p. m. HKYKOI.PSVII.I.K rosT-orrii'K. Mali nrrlvo nnd leave the post-omVc as follow: Arrive. IVpnrl. rHOM THK WFST. roH Till! FAST. I. 1A p. m. - - 7.on p. m.l3.:io p. m .?op. m. rHONTIIKKANT. KOH TIIIC W KMT. 0.00 n. m. - - 2.i p. m.lMS n. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrive from Huthmel nnd l'rcseottvlllo II. 110 n. m. Arrive from 1'nnlr Tuesdays, Tlitirdny nnd Hiitiirdnys nl 2.:i p. m. Depart for rreeottvllle, Kiillimi'l, Pitnlc 8.0ft p. m. Office hours 7.00 n. m. toK.OO p. m. Money order oftlee open from 7.00n.m. to 7.iK p. m. Keit...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

l'lirtuiiiil eft. Tttwover strong ami skillnl Art thou, my foe, However fierce I thy relentless hnte! Though Arm thy bun. I, nml sure thy ntm, nml straight Thy poisoned arrow le.ive thy landed how To pli'fc the tnrjpt of my heart, h ! know I am the master yet of my own fat p. Thou canst not rob of my chief estate. Though foiirtiino, fiimo, nml friend', yes, lovo sh.jll go. Not to tho dust shall my true self be hurled. Nor hn!l I meet thy worst assaults dis mayed. When all thlnirs la the balance nre well weighed Thin Is lint ono ge:it dntigor In tho world. Thou canst not form my soul to wish live III- There only lies the evil that can kill. IKi.i.a Wiif.klks WiLnix, 111 Harper's Weekly. UNDER THE SOFA. Tho room was hung in pale blue silk; tho Prayer from Orpheus was open on a spinet ; t!i chairs had lyres for luck i n ni'ih u v writing-desk; n white bod with its decoration in roses; painted doves in pairs along tho cornice; tho whole" seemed to mnilo with n tender grace. Tho lamp .ho...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

How did It happen that Mis Blanche refused you? It was .lnder ttiod that you were her favorite?" The regular way the favorite did n't win." Tld-Bln. , Hew'a This I " Ji efrVt- One Htinrlretl Dollar Reward fnt Etiyrasenf t'auirrli thai cannot Iwcurwl bi lall's t'atarrh I'tire. . . V. J.t'nriv A Co., Prop-, Tolodo, O. We, the tintlrrslgii-fl, lieve ktiown F. J. Che. ths: for I h last 15 Tears, And brllrv blm vr IWtly hnrmralile in all business tianiovtina nd lliianc ally etilw to carry out my oblige jlon niile t,y their firm. Wbt Tall AX, Wholesale Drn.rgl.t8, ToMo, dlilo.- Walium., Tis'ah A Mabvis, Wholesale liniinriata, Toledo, Ot HaTa t at arrh I'lire Is. taken Internally, art. Ina tllrrrtly upon the blood anil niueou. mr. farm of the system. Prli-e, 7V. per bottle. bulU by ah lfrucfi.ta. Teallmoolale (re. Buckwheat originated in Siberia. 0 1411 Bits. leiafers Per Acre. This astonishing yield iru reporteil by Abr, Hahn, of Wlscinsin, but 8alzn' point net always get tlirre. The edit...

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