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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 February 1894

V, i ML CAT. They Are Msti-rlints mid I " nl'if lit? itinltlf l;vrn fti llndcni Science, Tlmt .n cut cmi i-mni' homo in the fiics of almost incrrilil'lii (lillic nil K in jicr feel ly certain. Thus, to take n fact ns nn iiiHlanr-, a cat vn rurrieit finin a town on tlm imrtlicii.Ht const of Fife to a hoii'-o ticur lVrth. It went i n basket by train to Leticliiii H, where it cliiwgeil for Dundee, mill ut Dundee I'hiingetl for I'ertli. Next il.ty, about 7 In tint morn ing, this cat was observed to run down tlm uvciino of its in'W lioinu with a pur poseful nir. On the third day tt ap peared at its oM lioiiii1. Now, how did tlmt cut achieve its . journey? Did it talio a liee line across country, and, if so, how did It know its direction? Or did it run to Dundee, cross lay bridge (the railway bridge) and o long the line to Lenclmrs, negotiating the Eden at Guard bridge? We can hardly supioe that it swam the Tay. Or did it go round by the head of Loch Tay a long rough Journey by the Kil li...

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 March 1894

VOLUME 2. reynoldsvillf; tknn'a., Wednesday march 7, inn. NUMBER 42. A MOUTH CURVLD UP AT CORNERS. The world fa nnt an htu n p!nr Ar I hp Kfnwliiitf vync imltttn it. And life in the main if fnlr iind nwt Till prltlslimf mar n:nl tiifittfl It. 8o don't brlnmt to h rnlft rrrw And dnn't Ik onp of tin M-ortirr Don't iTonlxtnt with fir'iv.tlnl brow And a mouth tlriuvn il unnt thr roihrtn. Though fortune wrim-ili to frown on you. lie never yon dtwotn rrtrd. If you ut ymir month into rainbow iiiiipe. Pi. iv li ttlie 1hw Im' ln i rtcd. Thoi;l. yuu bceliKhtt'd byfortun' iH-tn, Tho'iiKh yon bo unnu'tl by Hip M'friturs BHH Vi vp a henrt tltnt Is brave uml Mlrnng And it mouth curved up ttt the c-nriirr. Don't took on life ihrniitfli a ntnoky rIrbs. Thr world n much n you tnkn it. TwiU jti Id you Imck a nim of Hulit Or a Blow of warmth If you mukn it Howpvor fortune may win to frown, However may worn the urornero, 8(111 fare ynur fate with a ft arlettH eye And a month curved up at tho cornura. M...

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 March 1894

A TRAGEDY IN MISSISSIPPI. TWO LEGISLATIVE MEMBERS Start a Fight In a Crowded Court Boom bdiI Three Penon Are Killed. In the midst of a largethrong gathered in the AttnM Court House at Kosciusko, Mis,, idespetnle duel to the death with ravoWera was engaged in between Her, W.P. Hatllfle a member of the Mississippi Legislature and one of the l'opullst leader of the State, and Hon. fl. A, Jackson, alto a member of tbi legislature and rominrnt Democratic politician. Jackson was killed Instantly as was alsc rlamuel Itussell, a bystander and William Maunders, another innocent spectator, wa carried away witb but little hope of surviv ing the wound he received. KaililTe came otl unscathed and was pon Incarcerated behind the bars of the county jail. HatlitVe is a i'opuhst representative In the ftate Legislature from Attall county. Mr. Jackson was a Democratic representative Irom the same county. KatlifTe Is the editor of the Kocmsko "Vindicator." The men, long rivals in local politics, renewe...

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 March 1894

RATTLKSNAKU MAX. Calches Venomous Serpents for a Livelihood. Interesting Incidents of a Dan gerous Occupation. Th a wilil valley nt tin; foot of a rocky nml precipitous mountain, near th little hnnilot of Long Eddy, in Utiilivnn County. X. Y., in tlit homo ( John C. Geer, whose business in tho ch n iiiing of rattlesnakes. This ee centric iinliviilnnl who lives in thin in sulated Niot in known throughout thnt part of tho country aa "the rattlesnake m ill." Though over sity yours of hi? -, he in as active almost as ho was twenty years ago, n inl for a mount nineer, liorn and reared in that untu tored country, whero people of riiv ki:i l are uenrce, ho possesses a rare intelligence. A better insight into his strange ami 1h:ik Tonn business cinnot 1)0 given thu'i liy t!i following story, told liy himself; "I have boon engaged in catching rattlers at tho foot of tliis ni uiiitaiii for many years. Some sea sons I get from 200 to 300 of tlieni, ncuiy ot which I tame atnl ship alive to muse...

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 March 1894

RATTLESNAKE MAX. Calcaes Venomous Serpents for a Livelihood. Interesting Incidents of a Dan gerous Occupation. Tti n wilil valley nt the toot of a lucky ninl precipitins mountain, near th little hamlet of Long Eddy, iti Muilivnu Oounty. N. Y. , is the homo of John C. Geor, whose business is the 4'h ti ming of rattlesnakes. This ec centric individual who lives in this in Rotated Hpot in known throughout thnt part of the country na "the rattlesnake in in." Though over sixty years of fci", he is ns nrtive almost ns he wns twentv years ago, and for a mount aineer, lmrn and reared in that tint u tmvil country, where people of any kind nre scarce, ho possesses a riiro intelligence. A letter insight into his strange and l:ig Tons business e.muot he given thuti liy the following story, toM by himself: "I lmvo boon eiig.igod in catching rattlers at tho foot of this mountain for many years. Some sea son T get from 201) to 300 of them, ni'irty ol whieh I tame nnd ship alive to museums of Xew Y...

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 March 1894

Nubsrriptmn $l.f0 per irtir, in mlrancr. '. A. ftTKIMIKIVMO. ICdllor nnrt I'llb. WEDNESDAY, MARCH ", 104. An liuli'iMMiflt'iit lorn I pnppr. puMNhcil every VHln"(ltty fit ttynnl(Nvll1i, .IrflVrMnn Cn. Vn., devilled ii t hti liitri-rslH of HeynolcUvUln and .IrfTiT-Miiiemiiity. Non-pnlltlrnl, will trrnt Alt with fnlriH'H. nnri wllltw rpefliilly frlrtul ly tnwiifiU the Intmrlntf oIuhh. Hiilwript l"n prlrrI..Wpir vrnr.ln nrtvnnep. tVitnmtitiiruttitnN Intntulen for imlillcnllnti must m ii tni(tnle(t by tho wrftcr' nnnu not for puhltrntlon, but nn a fftttinintct of roimI fitllli. Inlert'stlnff newn IteniN HollrlttMl. Advert Mtiu rateH nmde known on nppllrn tlon nt the otth-e In Arnold' llloek. Ijenifhty eonirniinlrtitlon nnd ehunirt of n'lvertNe'nients Hhould reueh this oillce by Mondny noon. AiI'Iiv-h nil I'ommiinlcntlonn to ( A. Hteph rnsmi. Keynold-tvllle, ln. Kntft-ed lit the p(Hiottfce nt KeynoldHville, I'n., uh sei'ond clnsH mull mutter. Thotv nr' 11(10 creiniii-eioK In lVnnsyl vnni...

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 March 1894

Star HubmsripUim $t.r0 per year, in utlrancc. '. A. NTKPHKNftO. V.dltnr and I'nb. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. 1894. fl'Vttwelcve' Wtttbe. I'nswngcr trnlns nrrlvo nnd lcnvo Reyn oldsrlllo hi follows: Alkilirn)l Vttllnj Hiiihrini. Knstwu'rd. Westward. Trnlno, - - tl.44 n. m.lTniln , -7.4011.111. Truln 1, - - MKi p. m. Truln 3,- -1.42 p.m. Trnlna. - B.W p. m.H'riiln 10. - S,4 p. ni. Clrnrfirlil tP Miihaulng Unilwoj. Trnln No. 70, h-nvc nl 7.10 11. m. Truln No. 71. arrives nl 7.:r p. in. HKYSOI.nsVll.t.K POHT-nPril'K. Mull nrrlvc nnd leave the isist-ofllcr iih follows: Arrive. Depart. FIIOM TIIK WKST. FOR TIIK FAST. I. lfip. m. - - 7.on p. m. 1 1 .'..' p. m - - n.Wp.m. rilOM TIIK KAT. foil TIIK WKST. s.nn h. in. - 2.00 p. m. 7. IS 11. in. - - 1 . 1 r p. m. Arrives from Hntliinl mill I'reseottvllle II. :in. 111. Arrives from l'Milr Tuesdays, Thunliiys mill 8turdiivs nl 2.:m p. m. Dcpnrts for l'rcscottvllle, Rnthmcl, 1'nnlc 3 fip. m. Office hours 7.00 n. m. toN.nt) p. ni. Money order oltlce open ...

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 March 1894

NECESSITY. What stern Neeeeilyhnlh onoe ordained 'or mortnl's hre. Lot him not mnrmur, howsoo'erconrt rained, Hi lot to bear. Nor Time, nor Chnnoe, nor I.w, nor Gods, nor Men, Her voloeonn stay t fler icy finger point the way, nnd then Man mint obey. Ami I.ove, nnd Hate, nnd Fear, nnd Joy, anil Pnln She portion each , Nor vanieho 1 bliss will e'er restore again, Whoe'er beweeeh. 'Tl weakness to riflst her Mem decree, 'Ti Impiou to rnliol ; The lr"nifnt mind, the noblest heart lias lie, Who follow wall. Temple Bar. A E01PITAL NURSE. r.v nnt.F.N foriiemt oravkh. WELL, mother, " said Dora Trafford, "what are we go inn to do non ?" iJfV? And Mr. Traf- t o r d answered with a nigh, that "sho wa sure hIio didn't know." 'Have vou had any breakfast ?' said Dora, fond litis the Uttli wrinkled linud wuero the worn weddicR i hiq; Lung o loose. "i'vo had Home toast nnd a cup of tea," nuhwered Mr. Trafford. "And tli ' t.vipot ih waiting on the hack of the stove for yon. We have got to vacate the...

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 March 1894

t'.infi a on of Idem. A Cumberland clergyman hn often tinted nn old woman In hi parish to o 10 church, and he no fnr retailed on her that f-he attended on Sunday morning. However, hy mischance, she got Into a pew bclong-lnti lo a rtguliir at tendant. J he teiyer went to her and beck oned her to come out. At the name Instant the harmonium commenced playlnif, whereupon the old body, skating her head at the verger, altl, "It's nca use asking me, yon mun Kit aomcbody else, ns ah can't dance." C&pt.Tjomas Cpane J Hea h Haven. N. .1. EIGHTEEN YEARS A fea faring Man 8nflern From Imimre Blood foUanvu Tnlttt KrlleJ nnJ Health Im- pitririi ht iKinfl M. I. H.mhI & t o.. I.wfli, Mn-v: "I wtwh inlet on know whm Hmm" sr(ii'ft- rillu ha done for me. i have wvw trouhlid with A M-rofiilnn re for iiImhiI eitrhleen year. For the paM year the tNiiM4hHi impiirmew iihve 1 1 r- i fiiroiiith my KVHtffn. himI Hin-H have broke out nil ovrr m tody. 1 tried nmtty kind uf medii-lnv and Hood's18 Cures nn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 March 1894

ARMS OF Till: VUNUH. AN ENGLISH 6CULPTOrV8 SOLUTION OF THE MYSTERY. Jnlin Krll Tlilnka Tlmt M Mimrt In th Vnt Amilillli.Mrr nt Mvln Typifying (Irnai (inildnu 'inrrrrln llnnorn A Problem In Art. Any tiniiilier of nttfitipts linvn liepn nimlii to restore to liet oriui dii 1 perfec tion the Venus f if Melos, who linn stood In untiles liismty fur tlm ndiiiirntioii of the t lioiiHtitifla f f urt lover who visit tint Louvre, lint rim original iltHign In nil I1 iihlftrui Hiii I Ktill iih the tneiiiiing of the monster tlmt guunls tlifl pyramid, anil mi nei'tiHtiinieil Imvn peoplo tieeoiiiii to the Venus tin It emerged from the ruin of tlie Melim amphitheater tlmt no Sflllptiir litis yet lieen lililo to effeet II restoration which siltiHfie thu sense thus cultivntid. John Hell, mi Eng lish sculptor, hits ininlo tho Intent resto ration. An no mention appears in ancient rec ords of ni t, thern in no knowing what persomign or deity tint ho culled Venn may Imvo been Intended to represent. Mitt l...

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 March 1894

IP VOLUME 2. KKYN()U)SVILLK, l'KNN'A., WKDNKNDAY MARCH 11, NUM. (Kit ill NIGHTINGALE!. Besuttfnt mtiat bo the nuiuntnlna whenre f And brlsht In the fruitful tnlloy a the streams whrrofrnm Vn Irnrn jnnr win. Whrre nro those alarry wooiN? Oh, tnlulil I wniuh-r I hero Anions: the tlowofe. which, hi thnt henronlr nlr, llloom the yrnr Inng. "Key. hnrn-n era those mountains nod spent llieatri-m. Our miiik In Ihv voice nf ih-slrii Hint Imiiiitsour lllt'HIUft' A throe of the In-art, Whose pining visions tllm fiirlililili-n hones pro found. No dylnit csilrnre nor Ionic aluh run sound For nil our art. "Alone aloud In the rnitnred ear of mm We our our dark nocturnal M-i n-t, nnd thi-n Aa nlnhl law Ithilniwn From these an rrt springing mi-nilsnnd burst ing hnuiiha of May Dream while the Innumerable rhnlr of dny Welcome the dawn." -Hobert Bridges. THE KING HAS l'ETS. THI3 REFERS TO THE LION AND LIT TLE ANIMALS HE LOVF8. A Professional Trulnrr of Wll.l Anlmnte Trlla Nome liitri-i-stliig Iiirlilrn...

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 March 1894

CORRECTED WILSON BILL THE IBEE LIST CUT DOWN. a. Tint on Sugar, Lend, Ore, Col, Coke and Iron Ore, Raw Wool and Lum ber Remain on the Free List. Tbe Wllsvn tariff bill which fnwd the bouse of representatives February 1, was It Id bofore the full membership of the mate committee on finance In the amend ed form upon which tbe democratic major ity of thnt committee fli.ally agreed after one whole motitb'e consideration and num erous rhanges of front upon all the I ore imponnnt obtecta of taxation. Tbe More important item are ae follows: Sugar not above CO degree pnlarlreope ten. 1 rent per pont.il; lor every additional degree or traction not above 10 decree, I-loo cent ndililional; above 01 ami not liove lT, 2-UK) per degree and above 06 de rrec. a duty of 1 4-III cent per pound. Molasses, tenting not above Ml decrees by the polariscopr, aliall pay a duty ol 2 cents per gallon; molasses testing above 3tl de preen hull pay a duty of 4 cent er gallon. Whisky at (I. HI per gallon and the ...

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 March 1894

CIVIL WAR RECORD.! A Big Series of Books Prepared bj the Government, Tlie Largest History Ever Pub lished in the "World. Tho biggest literary work ever tin lortaken in America is tho military history now lieing prepared by Uncle f mn under tho title of "War of the Kohellion ; a Compilation of the Offl ial Records of th Union and Confed erate Armies." It is not only the largest history ever published iu the world, hut it has) for its subject, as it name indicate, the greatest conflict of ancient or modern timea. The prepara tion of tliis Brobdingnagiau work, it . la announced, will be practioally fln ishud by the close of the next fiscal year. It was begun twenty years ago, and in the process of evolution has as aumnd undreamed of proportions. The whole work wheu completed will embrace 120 huge royal octavo Tolumes of 1,000 pages each, and a gigantic atlas, and the cost will be about $2,500,000. Each separate book in a set is 3 inches thick and weighs from 50 to 00 ounoes, and the co...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 March 1894

M Star Stihsrriittum $t,M jwr iwr, in atb'tivcr, r. t. ftTi:iiit-:Nom, i:?itor ami inb "V K 1 ) X KH DAY, MA! ThTT 1 W IT An Imlrpvnilnnt lornl pniwr, pnMNhid rvrry Veliirlay hi ItnynolflMvllta, Jt'trvrnon i n, Pit., ilrvntrrl to I ho IntprrilH of Key rmlfNvltlf mm . i in-1 i- m in j. iiMi-Niin inn, win t rvin nil wmi iturnp, tinn win mMMpvciiiiiy rrii'hu Iv towunU tho IfilNirinir rltimt. HtilHrTlntlon nrlrct$1.V)iMrycnr.ln ndvniup ('mnmunlrnttim Intended for nuhllciitloii Dul for niihlli-iitlnn. hut a Buiirniin c ii goon mini. Imrrentlnff nnwn I1tmn Milli'ttrd Advcrtlrtintr rntm mndn known on iiillt'ii tlon m the iifllri In Arniililn' Blink. I.i'nulity rommiinlrntlon mid rtniniro of nnvruMnim mmmihi renrn t iiim oinci? ny Monflnv inxin. Aililivm nil I'omtminlrntlon to( A. flrph onmi, ltivnol(lMvllln, Tn. Knii-n-il' in tho poNtoffleo nt Krynoldiivlllit, I'll., tin rotiii rinHM mnu nmiiir. I Gray Mock, editor of tho Rellcfonto Wnlrhmnn, Imubcn npp-lntiMl Surveyor of Customs nt Phltiu...

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 March 1894

Site it Star Suhtcription $l.tiO per year, in adranee. ' C. A. ftTKPIIKNNON, lidltor nnd Pub WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1804. Passenger trains arrive nnd leave Reyn oldsvllle as follows: AUeqhrny VuUry Jlrn'liray. Kaatwa'rd. Westward. Train, - - .U a. m.lTraln a, -7.40 a. m Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train 2,- - 1.42 p. m, Train - - t).W p. m.lTrnln 10, - - S.4 p. m Vlrurflrld ct Mahoning Huilicay. Train No. TO, leaves at 7.10 n. m. Tr ul n No. 71, arrives at 7.W p. m. nr.YNoi.rmvn.i.g posT-orrirK. Malls arrive nnd Irnvo tho post-emce an rouowa: Arrive. Icpart. rnonTHr. west. ron -rnr: r.As-r. l.lp. m. - 7.0ft p. m.l2..'inp. m - nxip. m ihom Tnr f.aht. ron tiik wrs-r. s.OOa. m. 2.00 p. m.7.11 a. m. - - 1.1 p. m Arrives from Rathmcl nnd Prcsrottvlllo ll.Win. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurday and Saturdays at 2.:io p. m. Departs for Prcscouvlllo, Rathmcl, Panic a.u" p. m. Office tiniirM 7.0ft a. m. tns.An n. tn. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to (.wp. m. ncgisier omco open irom ...

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 March 1894

I'M Crown of Failure. When you havo llvivl your life, Whn yon have fought your last goo.l fight and won, And "ho dny's work Is finished, and the sun K ( on the darkoilng world rind nil Its strife Em the worn hands aro tired wllh nil they've done, Ere th mind's strength begins to droop and wnno, Erf the first touch of sloop hu dulled the lirnln. En- tlii heart's springs am slow nnd running yon have lived your llfo, Twere good to die. It mny not no so, If von Imt fight n fight yon mny not win 8 " the fnr gonl lint may not enter in 'Twere b'ttnr than to din nnd not to know r"fimt- to din amidst the rush nnd din, Htill striving, wlilln the heart beats high nnd fnt With t'lorlous life. If you must full, nt la't. Such nnd w.ro hint, with nil your hope and nil Your spirit In H'i yo:th, rii"fi, when you fit'l. I'nr better so to dl. Si 111 tolling uprn-il through the mists ob scure. With nil things p nnd nothing sun. Than to ho touched by glory nnd pawed ''.V, To win by clinnro, tune thnt mn...

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

AN AUBURN MIRACLE. AS ACT OF IIK.KOIM Irt FOLLOWED lV DUE ItlCfft I.T. Batwarit lenllr Kitn Ml A ImMI Hi Ike fast el Ilia Oera-llier tear el era.f He le MeMrr4 In Hp Ilk HI ffrt mm TM t a ltetsrm r el tha Aanaru Italian, f Au'itirn X. Y., Vu'.ttlin. Tl I ob recor.Ulial upon a chilly April dnr, a few years axo, an eight-year-old boy fell Into the East rivor at tbe loot or Eatt Eighth Street, New York, ami when alt effort to reaeue him hml failed, F.iueno Dnanelly, at risk o( his own lire, plunifed Into the water ail, when blmselt nearly exhausttd, saved the boy from ilrownitiaT. It sraa a humane and eeir-n.vridHnit deed, and recelred de terred commendation in all the newspaper. There Ik a sequel to thla accident, how rer, which tbns far has not been published. It l to the effect that Donnelly waa paralyzed aa a reeult of th cold plunge and came near dying. Auburn people hnvt known the fam ily since hla wife waa Amanda Grantman and hi ilttrr Mr. ft. D. Corry, of 2t Moravia atreet. Don...

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

HEADS TO WORKMEN. THE NOVEL OCCUPATION FOLLOWED BY A MEW YORK MAN. Cuban Clr Makm Ijr Rim Far Translating u4 ItMdlna Aload Nawapa para and Bank Wtillfi Thajr Work Mil And lna ffamatlmaa Crltleal The Spanish speaking cigar makers In thin town employ n man to road to them while they are at work. In no other In dnstry is thla thing dono, though it won M seem thiit other workers "by tho piece" conld Imttnte the Cubana to ad vantage. Not only do they keep In toneh with all tho new, lint it keopa them (rim tnlkinvr. and tliero iHn't a minute of their timo wanted. Tho Cubans nro great talkers, and this la what probably started tho cus tom In the cigar factories of Hnvnna. When thn men wore brought to thla country to make their cigars In Key West and tho lower part of New York city, thy wanted a reader more than ever. They nro very bright, Intelligent fellowa. these Cnbnna, and thoy take a deep Interest in tho newa of the world aa well aa tho latest intelligence from their own little inland...

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 March 1894

Irl Pip VOLUME 2. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY MARCH 21, 1894. NUMBER 44. THE OLD VALENTINE. A souvenir of tha bygone years. Breathing old odors faint as musk Which roses spill In dew nnd dnnki It blasoned rmse il Tilled by team Its faded Cupid drooping low, With broken wing and rusty bow A leaf of life tnrned old and near. Yet Mill she holili It iweet and dear. For love embalms encli simple Una Of that old, faded valentine. (the pores opon the cherished page A lily paat her morning glow. But fair a In the long ago. To anrh aa he what matter age. Whose lore I ageless, and whom troth Makes In her anul eternal youth? Ptlll nnforgntten kisses thrill With raptnra her swift pnlses: still Phe cries: "How bright this world would bt Could yoo, O Love, come bark to me, As once my own and only mine, My bonny knight and valentine! "The fault was mlne-oh, hapless fatel To learn our need and blame too late. When prayers and tears cannot atone For wrong and sorrow dealt our ownl" But, lo, 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. — 21 March 1894

The AtiHtraliann have more churches in proportion to population tlinn any other people. Japan linn olio of the host rnfiinorr ing schools in t ho world nml Ik lii'in ning lo manufacture creditable clco tricnl machinery. Attnr of roue in constantly growing more costly. A small quantity about fight tonnponnfulR cost from 10 to f 15. The peasants who produce it in Ilulgnrin lmve largely given up ruining grain to mine row. The growth of the Sunday newspa per find the increase of paper-bound book in Mid to have played Imvoo with the circulation of the "fliitdi" weekly story papers that had such an enormous mile n few years ngo. The general introduction of elec tricity into nil the affairs of humnn life, snys Klcctricity.is giving rise toft new nml yet comprehensive lexicon in which nil the words nud phrase nre derived from electricity. A sample of it is shown in the popular descrip tion of a lunatic as heing "a mull who lins nli)ped his trolley." The battles of the future will lie fought...

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