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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 March 1894

A U)ONSJ)I'V()TIOX. Efforts of tho Parent Bird to Save its Young. A WondetTul Exhibition or Cour age and Sagacity. til August lH!):l, while canoeing on Lake Hi ban with Prof. W. A. Hobtn sou of Itoxhttry, Mum, we witnessed wonderful exhibition o( devotion, courage nnd sagacity of a ni'ilo loon which wo chant'cd to It nit with his unto niul young in it deep bay iml.nt ing tlm principal island. When about fifty rods from the mouth of tho bty, We Wore nlnrtloil by hi fniUrnt niul loud nliirm cry, and drawing nearer, we inv nt tho head of tin liny tho fam ily, tho limit; bring on tho side toward tho cniioo. Tho mothor, with her young ono on her back, holding hard ly his liill to Iht short tail feathers, ntti Ti'il low, plaintive cries, nmt ooea aionully would dive, remaining under a considerable time. Ib'turning to tho surface, wo no. tieod tho little follow, generally four or live foot behind h in mother, but lie woulil iiiii'kly join her nmt grasping her tiiil would give n littlo spri...

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 March 1894

Che Stan tiulwription $l.RO per yrnr, in tulvnmv. C. A. ftTKPHKNKON, liilltor and I'lib. WEDNKSDAY. MAHl.lI 21, 1W4. An Inilcix'iiili'nl lx-ii 1 rmHr, iitiltlMii'ilnvcry WtMltlPKlllv fit Itl'Vnnltlsvllli'. .li'lTuriMtn I'n. la., ili'voii'il 10 thu tuiinit of ItcyimliNvllItt ami .ifiirrwiniciMimy, ,iim-Hin ii'ii I, will in'HT. All with riiirtii', iinii win iMM'KiH'i'iitlly rrliMKi It townrtU I hilHirhiif cIhhn. Hiitma-rltitlon iiilrofl.flOiMT vr-ar.ln arivnm'n, Cnmmiinlrallotm tiiinnilcil for tiuhllriitlon not for ritihliriitlon, Init a n minran1ri of goon rnim. imr-ivuitie- m-wn iit-nm miiiciii'ii Advrrtlnlnff ratoa trnirtn known on aipllra tlon at tht'otnVe In Arnoliln' Hlofk. Iimrliiy runinmnlrnlloim mill i,himii of ft(iv(riiMiminiM hiioiiiu warn una oiucii ny Momlny noon. Aililrrm nil rnrnmiinli-atlnna to V. A. 8tph entnn. Ki'vnolilsvllli', I'a. Kiiti-ml nl the noMotfli-o nt tti'jnolilHVllln, ra., nit kim'ihhi nnw ninn nnmr. A npRro mimli-ror . lytwhfil at StmiidMhiirjr, Monrtie ...

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 March 1894

Subscription tl.SO per year, in adrttnct. C. A. HTKPIIKNNOItl. Kdltor and Vnb, " WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 21. 1S94 Travel' fflntt. Pawenircr train arrlvo and leave Hryn ol'lsvlllo aft fnllown: Allegheny Valley Hnihmy. Eastward. Westward. Train , - 44 a. m. Train , - 7.40 a. m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train , MS p. m. Train a, - s,!W p. m. Train 10, - S,4p. tn. Clearfield d Mahoning liailitay. Train No. TO, Ipavr-n at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71. arrive at 7.; p. m. Notice to all Lodges. We want to (rut up a complete and correct lodge directory for Reynolds Vllle, and hereby request secretaries of all the lodges to help by bringing or sending to The Star ofllee the name of their lodge, when It meets and where It meets. Will you do this ? localTaconics. Next 8unday is Raster. A snow-thunder storm. Baby shoes only 25c. at Robinson's. Last Saturday was St. Patrick's day. Tomatoes 10 cents a can at Schultze's. Boy's work shoes 11.00 at Robinson's shoe store. Howorth's Hiberntca Co. . Monday evening ...

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 March 1894

COUNTING APPLESEEOS. Ttealde the heart h onn wlntr night Made rosy by (h great lig's light, That Darning up the ehimnny dark, 1H every oranny. every nook, Upon the run a Httle maid Bat oiirlel, In pose demure and Hld, In pensive mood, with dreamy ayes Rhe nit, while up the chimney files A thought with every Aery spark dMntlng unit flashing throiighthadark, Till with n sigh profound anil doep She itifivw, as onn move In her sloop, A rosy apple in her bnnil A weight of thought sebms to demand. She taps It with a finger light, Then carefully she tnkes a bite, Another bite, now one, now two The core l thin exposed to view. Another sigh ! whnt can It ho My little mild that all'ilh thee? Ah! what in thin? noma Ineantatlon? Muttered with such reiteration? Hnrk I as each send her bright eyea see, These are the wonts that come to me i "One I love, two t lore Three I lova, I say! Four I lovo with all my heart. Five I east away." Here a tear rolls brightly down, What the seoret sho hiis won? W...

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 March 1894

II 00 Itswars. 100. ' Tn TMlrlers of this paper will he plivu ?t' to learn that there Ik at Iran one dreaded d'sease thai at-lent-e bu been a hie to cure in till Its atafre. mid that In ralarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure i the only posltlverure now known to the mrtltt-al fraternity. Catarrh being arnn atttntitmal disease, requires a rcnslltnttmial treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure ta taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and snut-ons snrfat-ea of the, system, thereby de 'troyliiff the foundation of the disease, and Wring the patient atrength by hnllillng up the ronrtltutlnn and assisting nature in doing Ita .work. The proprietors have ao mnt-h fai: n in ttnciirnttva powers thst they offer One Hun dred Dollars fur any rase that It fall to curat fiend for list or testimonials. Address , . , t J. t HtNUY ft Co., TuledO, Q Sold by Druggists, 7&o. Hot alum wnttr will destroy Insects. Beat af All To cleans the system Is a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when thePprlngttmerotnea...

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 March 1894

GOVERNMENT BONDS. SOME BUYERS FORGET TO COLLECT INTEREST OR PRINCIPAL. torn Intonating InfonaatIM BspiMMa la Imrf Tlgnrt Tb DlffkranM Be tween Coupon nnd Roclitorvd Boada. Bow Inlcrat Pilot Vp. A nnmber of mng fwtmiet are lying in the United Btatet treasury waiting for somebody to itep np and olnim them. This money is due on bonds long ago called in. Soma of them hare never been canned by the holders. On the "old debt," which embrace all loans made to this government np to 1837, 121,000 id still owing. Since that date more than f 1 ,000,000 has accumulated, being uncalled for by the persons en titled to it. either through negligence or for other reasons. A considerable fraction of this great sum is now hold by the treasurer of the United States in the shape of checks. Interest on registered bonds is paid by check, but as people are constantly changing their addresses It not infre quently happens that track is lost for awhile of an individual bondholder. Un der such circumstances the...

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 March 1894

Hp VOLUME 2. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY MARCH 28, 1894. NUMBER 45. Beuond all Competition ! As will be seen elsewhere in thiB paper, wo attended the greatest Bale of Dry Goods (boM at a tremendous sacrifice) ever held in Philadelphia. The Press of that city said such a sale at such a sacrifice had never before been at tempted in the city of Philadelphia. ONE MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF THE FINEST Ever brought to the city had to be sold in thirty days. The sale attracted retailerB from all sections of the country, and as we are always on the lookout for biirgains we made it suit to attend the sale, and now offer the goods we bought at from 50 to 75 cents on the dollar. This places us beyond all competition as other dealers to meet our prices would have to sell goods at lesB than cost. Anyone calling at our store can see the advertisement of the ' We also made a bid Hill Coffees, and other Novelties. OUR CAPES The following list will show you what we will sell you the goods for 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 March 1894

THE COXEY ARMY STARTS. ONLY ABOUT 200 IN THE RANKS Leaving Msssillon It Proceed! Eihl Miles to Canton and Camp. The army of the Commonweal it a resll y, The march lo Washington lias been iken np. One hundred of the toiiEhesI looking bums that ever graced nation hour or a box car made the atnrt from Massillon, O., at noon Sunday and arrived at Canton, eight mllet dittant, before atop" ping. Like a rolling snowball the ranki were lncreaed and when the cire nt reached Canton about 200 crusty hoboes were marching under tbe Commonweal ban ner. Mont of the army are tramps. A few are cranks of the Dr. Kirtiand order, who have variety of ideas about the money question and other live topics. Tbe army will march n to Louisville, six miles beyond Canton. The police are watching the army very closely. There have been dessertion, but the accessions more than counterbalance the losses. The deserted have gone as they came on the bumpers of freight trains. Ft. Wayne trainmen say the entire distance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 March 1894

Toii'll Wot Thorc Anyhow. When lhc spring In In the flower an' there romp a nlppln' (rout, Thnm nln't no use la growlln' none nt nil! For If yon low flower or II lots o' them arc lost. There'll be million roses 'fore the full I No use In grlevln' Weather is decelvin' 1 An' the world we're lesvln' Get's thoro anyhow ! Tighten up your tether Tull yourself together i Never mind the weather You'll git there anyhow! When your pockets cease to Jlnglo an' you haven't got a cent, There ain't no use In growlln' none at all! There's lots an' lota o' dollnrs where the other dollar went, An' they'll make a million of 'em 'fore the full! No use in grlevin Money Is deeoivln'. And the world we're leavin' Gets there anyhow ! Tighten up your tether Tull yourself together i Hwlmmln' like a feather, You'll get there anyhow! Atlanta Constitution. MRS. DECK'S NEW LEAF. BT ELIZABETH CFXMINOS. Mr. Dock was troubled about a great many things. She craved the tie went fashion in sleeves, not only for herself...

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

SPic Stay. tiHlmrriptinn $1.6(1 ir iritr, in uilrnnrr. V. A. TKPIIKNXO, Ktlltnr anil I'lih. "WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2M. xH. An tmpwni'nt Uwn pniwr. ptihlMiril I'vei-y WfMlntsiltiv nt KnyimliUvlllo, JdVrnn t'o. r., iI'V.ih1 to the lnirnH(H of ltyniiMvlllt ami ,liiTi'i-onritiiity. Nmi-iwilUli'nl. will tn-iil All wtlti tulnn. mill will Im OHiitti'lii Hy fi-lcntl-ly toward I lie lulKH'Inic cliiHH. Hutworlptlon prlPFtl.lWpprrenr.ln edvanro. ttnnitminlrnilmm Intpndiif fur puliHrmlnn tnuit In npi'OTnpnnlpd hy the wrltpr'n nitinp, not for pulillcmliin. hut am Kiinrnntre of good fnlin. IntprMtlnir nvwn ItpmnHollrtlpfl. ArlvprtNlntr ritlm mnilr known on appllcn tlon nt thp nnVe In AriinlnV lllnck. I.pnitlitv roinniiinli'iitlonn nml rhnnire of nrivprtlKp'mpiitH ithould rciii'h thin nftlre hy Moniluv noon. Arllrv nil iwnmnnlratlon. to 13. A. Htpph enMtn. HpvnohlHVlllp. Vn. Kntpn'd' nt thi pmtofttpp nt UpynnldHVlUt. Pa., nil pMiotii1 rlww nmll nuittpr. Albert J. Harr, of tho I'lttHhurg 1'tml, ban bnpt...

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

i $TlY Star. Subteriptitm $1.60 per jrnr, in tttlvnncr. V. A. NTKPIIKNKIOKI, Ktlltnr and lb. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1804. fnvrUt' Wutb. I'ltmi'iiffi'r triilns ni-rlvo nml leave Hi'jrn olilsvlllc it follow! Allnheny Yulhij JlniUriijl. Kastwnril. Wmlwntil. Train. - Ml . m lTriiln 6, - -7.40a.m. Tml n I, - - 1.(10 p. m. Triiln 2,- 1.42 p. in. Trnlnil, - - n.AT p. in.Trnln in, - - H. 4m p.m. I'lriirflrltl cf Muhonimj Jiofiivii. Train No. 70, leave nt 7.10 n. m. Tmln Nn. 71, arrive h! 7.M p. m. iir.vmii.iiKVii.i.R rosT-orncR. Mnlln nrrlvn nml leave the pest-nfller lis flllllWH! Arrive. Kt'pnrt. milM TMR WKHT. VOH TMR RAST. 1.1(1 p. m. - T.m p. m.lls.mn. m - .np. m. riim TiiitrT. run tiir wr.T. s.ona. m. - - t.m p. m.M8 n. m. - l. in p. m. Arrive fnim Itutlimcl mill I'rcwottvHIn I1.: n. m. Arrive fnim Panic Tuesday, Tliurdny tintl Hiitunlny nl p. m. Departs fur rrcscoUvlllc, Matlimcl, I'nnli 3.00 n. m. ttnVe hour t on n. m. tns.oo p. m. Money enter nfMri nien from 7.0fta. tn. to f.ilOp. m. ...

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 March 1894

the fuowkr of Bonnow. stammer command summer goes, Rat all month of all year There It falling ot Imin Untnmf comes nl summer goes, AM hmir are grief's, and thaaowur sows : T-ity anil tn-mnrrow Tlia flower nt Borrow Mailo and blow. -John vnnr Cheney, In Oawtary Mngnr-lne. AUNT TABBY'S UMBRELLA. WO of thn three Fosdick girls as pirml to wealth and aoeial position. They claimml a few rich relatives, who visited tlipm occasionally anil raved ovpr thn "lovely Holds" and "darling cows. 1ut nevertheless would have anf fered thn pangs o( hunger before they wonld nave maila in effort to till theaa aawt Held or anil their dainty handa tr milking a cow. Among the country relatives waa Aunt Tebitha Simonda. Hha began with little amount ot property, and had been known to have I men very cennorainal for many year. Hho waa prnliar woman, but received due rwnrtray at tha handa of aorae mem hrru of the family on account of "what Aunt Tabby might possibly do lor them. The shrewd old lady intnitivoly ...

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 March 1894

THE AMENDED TABIFF BILL nrronTED to the senate. Com of the Chancei Which Have Keen Made Btno lb Last Publication. rh tariflT bill further amended by the Democratic members of the llnance oora inlttee was laid before the full com nit ttet Tuesday morning and given to tha res. l.attr In the day the bill was reported to the senate. A number of Important changes have been made, and all figures here given re compared with the bill recently mailt public by the llnance committee and sent nut In lull by the I'nited 1'reu. Home of the changea are ai follows: t'eat, Kiililied plate glass finished ot unfinished. and tmeiivered, not exceeding !M by 00 inches aiHre, Increased from 1M to ia) cenls per square font; all above that increased from 30 to ii ccnta per auuart toot. A II aheeti ot iron or ateel common or black, excepting as bereinalter provided for, thinner than .No. 24. wire guuae and all iron or iteel commercially known a com mon or black tapgere Iron or steel or which have been nicklt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 March 1894

T11K GENTEEL POOH. "OH, THE P'TY of iti one exclaims WHEN CONSIDERING THEM. training ! Malntala Potllloa rUrsad Thttr Meant Aa Aaaadota Abnat Paa pm Who Managa la Oat Along and Gal Along by Managing. Co you kn.)w tlmt Ihere Is a class of peoptawhoiuffertnd of whom the world never hnt.nl I mean those whom we are pt to cnll the genteel poor. The are mlwuyi with os. Id my life I have lit j tenet! to a great many queer ttorlea about them, amt they are really to be pitied. They are, muiiy of them, single women of uncertain age, who are obliged to live on iiifiniteMmal incomee and with an amount of style. They can't bring their ideas down to the level of their for tunes. They have always been used to, certain things, and they must have or at leant appear to have them. They can live only in a particular part of town, no natter if the rent consumes tiie biggest part of their funds, and they must do other things in just proportion. How do they do it? Why, with an amount of in genuity that wo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 April 1894

mm VOLUME 2. . REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY APRIL 4, 1894. NUMBEK 4fi. Stitllroao fflmi Cnl'lce. BUFFALO. HOCHKSTKU PITTS BURGH RAILWAY. Tin- nIioM line lietweeti IMiilnK Itliluwny, ttriiilfonl, Hiihinintica, Itulliilci, Knelii'Mer. Nlairui'ti I'iiUn anil (mints In Inn iipier nil ri'Klon. on mill after Nov. mill, Imki, pnnen ger Inittif will arrive nnil ilfpni-t from l-'nll Creek si nt inn, dally, exeept riiiiulny, im fol lows: 7.10 A M.i 1.20 n. ni.i mill 7.0" p. ni. Aivutn iitoilutloiiH from I'liniHiitnwiiey mid llltf Hun. B:SO A. M. Iltiffalo mill Hop l i Mer tvnlU'or llriiekwnvvllle, Klilirivny,.lihnsnnlMirit,Ml. .lewett, iirntlforil, Halatnnncn, lliillaln mill Kochester; connecting lit .InlinionlnirK v.iih I, ft K. trnln :i. for Wilcox, Kmii', V linen, I'nriy mill Kile. 7:4' A. M.i l.4." p. in.; mill 7.110 p. tn. Aeenin nioilmion For Pyki'M, Big Hun mill I'imx -Hiiiiiwiioy. 9:80 1'. M. Ilinilforil Aofimimoil lit li l l i r llccehtrce, Hrockwiiy vllle, Klliiuinl. t'Mr . moi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 April 1894

TE3 PEACE ARMY MARCHING ONTO WASHINGTON, Scenes and Incident Along the Bout. Terrible Weather and Bad Boadt. The Third Day't March. At (1:30 Tuesday inornirig the doon nf the louisville (O.) city jail were unlocked and 75 l the "Commonweal" marched out. A break isst of eggs, fresh meat, potato?, bread and entire were served at lamp Fetler Then tents Were struck and every thing put In marching order. At 9 o'clock the line of march wss taken tip to A llistire. Utility eight recruiis were In line on foot, the horsemen and driven bringing the total up to a little over lot). The army lelt lxuisville with the beat wishes of tbe town'a people apparently, -dnyor Hnay bad telegraphed Mayor F.scell of Alllaiu that the crowd had conducted itaelf with perfect good order. '1 he third day's march waa Hie 12 ml lei between Louisville and Allinni-e. This wat mane in four hours. The roads were fear ful In ninny places but fa-t time was mailt on the good stretches. The line marched in roliimtis of tw...

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

TIMBER CRUISERS." The Woodsmen Who Explore the Trackless Wilderness. Guided Only by tha Mysterious Secrets of Nature. On tint frontier of advancing; civili sation thcro in n npooli"! of livlihood railed "eruisiiijr. for timber." The simile i nn njit one, fur tiio woodsman who seeks new timlior regions amid tho trackless wilderness, in which the sun in hidden by day nml tli stars by tiiht, in as bold n navigator as his brother, who toils on tho pathless wnste of tho sen. The timber-cruiser in oven more ft oliihl of tho forest than the nntiv.i hi) succeeds. He in tho irecunor of tho the Imnhcrmnn ntnl tho sawmill, two impoi-tnrt factor in our progressive civilizntion. Ho in untaught. Oener Ally he knows nothing of astronomy lint thn sun's course nml the polar Htnr, because tho henvenn aro no often wholly out of night in the tangled for est thut ho relien on other guide. Tho mysterious secrets of terrestrial na ture, hniided down to him by genera tions of pnthflndern gone before, keep ...

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

Subscription $t.M) prr irar, in mtranct. 1. A. MTftlMIUNNO. l'.illlor mid I'nh. WKONKSDAY. APIUI, 4. 18!4. An lmli'H'ntln1 tNnl piiMr, )iilllhi'il ivrry Wptlni'iilny nt Itrynfiltlsvlllii, .IrnVrum Co. lft., ilrvnti'il lo t lntntn of iyniililivlllt linn .IrnYpMinrnunly. Niin-imlltlrnl. wllltrvnt fill wtlh fulrni'. nml will lid'inwliilly frWtnl ly townnN IIh ItilMitinir r1nff. Pntirlitiin rlrt'l.;ViMTyi'Rr, In ndvnnrp. Coniniiinlriiilnn Inti'ntti'ii for mihllrntlon mut In. wvoniiitmL-il liy the wriivr'n numi1, not for inilillriitlon, bill rh a miiirnnfi'n of rivmI fnllli. Ititinttln ni-wn lti-nmmllrlliil, AtlviTtWInir riitn muiln known on Hpltcn tlon nl tlir nlnVt In ArnolilV HIiM-k. I.i'iiuliiy rmiiiniinlriiilnim imil t'linnirn of ni1vrilonii'titM hIioiiIiI rriirh thlR onVu by Morifltiy noon. AlJi" nil ronitniinlrnllnnn to 0. A. Htt'ph cnnin. Ki'ynnliNvllli. Vn. Knti'n'if lit llii- noMnftlrx nt Koynoldnvlllo, Pn., niMiM-onil rliim mull mntlrr. A Mtrlku of th coko workom In t tin regi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 April 1894

3Efte Stan Subscription $1.60 per year, in entrant, r. A. MTKPIIKNMOM, Rlltor and Pnb. ( WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 181)4. Travelers' Hitlti, Pawnser trains arrive snd leave Rojrn- OlllllVllle IM follows! Allegheny Valley Hitiheny. F.nntwnrd. WeMward. Train l, - 44 a. m.lTraln a, - -7.40 a. m. Train I, - - l.oo p. m. Train t, -1.47 p.m. Train a, S.M p. m.lTraln 10. - S.4H p. m. Clearfield d Mahoning linihaiy. Train No. TO, leave at T.tO a. m. Train No. 71. arrives at 7.HA p. m. RicYsoi.navii.i. FORT-orrici. Malls arrive and liava the post-offlre an follows: Arrive. Impart. Mom tbb m. run the east. 1.1.1 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - s.20p. m. rilOM Tlir.KABT. ri)B TIt WFHT. 8.00 a. ni. 2.00 p. m.7.tft a. m. - - l.lf p. m. Arrlvon from Unllimil and l'rmcottrlllo ll.no a.m. Arrlv from Pnnli1 Turadayii, Tlmrdfty and Hiitnrdiiyn at 2.:) p. m. Departs for I'rmcntt villa, Kathmri, Panic 8.00 p. m. OfftVe hour 7.00 a. m. to S.00 p. m. Monpy nnlrr ofllrw oprn from 7.00a.m. to 7.H0 p. in. Ki'K...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 April 1894

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