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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 April 1894

bcYOND DESCRIPTION The Misery Before Taking AND The Happiness AftorTaklng HOOD'S. C. I. liml 6 Co., Imrll, M.iM.t lMnr Hit:: I imvr Imt:i In wwr hrnltli fnrSO or ir y"r. Mid liuvt itMn ( tktrifc tltM-tnrV m'i1lrliu"- in'Ti- nr vn nil llu- tlm. I did lint g1 intirlt rt'lti'f. My M I vni In n iiud hitw and my tyt'm nil fan dnwn. I thnuulit I muni dt. tii t tmtlt In (vimI t"ttliiiftnltil In llir imHr In In-half of Mimd SHrnmrllln I Iwviht ,hrr InkIc m n 1 fotiirl llml It did me mi nmrii jtimmI I hut I v mtltt'MHl ttak Ititr It. I wim wtlhonl Hpri'titr. lt tf nHy Iim'iv. itnd liml it Iw mIih Iip limit ull tlt litliH. In f t I rmihnt iI"h tiIn' my t M tr-. A 1 1 usltiir "in Imitlf nf lltMi i's Nil -4iiuirlllik 1 fiiiiinl It wiw lining in Hood's8a; Cures mnrli irooil nnil m,T I cnnimt prut tli mrdf Hue tix mtx It tiir w hnt It lui dom for me. I tmi h dixuHrd nldie r tit yi-itr old ntitl nit nf flirted Willi limn. v rtllnieiil. InHtidiiiir kidney, Itroiit liiti- ii'nl uiltf-tli. eMn.-e lfl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 April 1894

tfKEATII lN DEAD MEN 8TARTLINU RESULTS OF A NEW JER SEY DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENTS. 8 Baa Made Mltnpla Apparatus With WhUh lh Lrnif. May B. Pal to Work Jt.t tkf HaOnretopl It ! Not Patantal ana Any Am Can Make It. Dr. fMwtn iJo Dunn of Pnamilo, N. J., makes the Hiinoiinceiiipnt regArding the time honored ntnletiicnt thnt a man him died from lurk of breath thnt If brenth Kim nil he needed h ahonld have lived. Considering that nir in the tnoet nli-n-tifnl resource of niitiire, having, as polit ical economists would nay, no value bn cause of its .abundance, one would think that Dr. De Daun had made no particu lar discovery. Hut there is more in his statement than is apparent at first. From time immemorial physicians have directed their infrennity toward an effective application of this wealth of air. but without satisfactory results. Cases of susended animation come un der their notice every day. Men are rescued from the water after a hard but tle with the waves, their luns filled with water...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

IP J VOLUME 2. REYNOLDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY AP1ML11, 1894. NUMBER 47. Slailvoat tlm Tahl. -UITAI.O, HiHIIKSTKlt & PITTS J lintCIl KAII.WAY. Tin-lmr) line between Inillols, Kliluway, ntnilloril, Miliiinilili'il. Htlllalo. Itoelieitcr. KIllUllill I'lllls lllllt lollllN in the upper (ill reirlon. t ul nfter Nov. t'lih. imw. passen ger i rntn i III un tie nntl ilepiii-1 from l-'nlls Creek mi tit Inn, ilally, except Holiday, lis fol low: T.IO A M.: l.iOp. m.i anil 7.0H ). m. Accom niotliii Inn ft i mi I'liiixMiitumtry mill l i Kuii. 8:M A. M. Iluniilo nml 1; - 1 u i n I ' 1 oi Itniekwtiyvtllc. II Id irwuy.. Inline inburu.Mt. Jewell, lirailroHl.Piilainiincn, hull u In ami Hoi-hotcr; cotinefllna III .lolitetolililltjl with I'. .V V. tniln :i, for Wilcox, Kline, an I'll. Coitv mid Krle. 7:4.i A. M.i 1,4.1 p. in.! mid T.:iO p. in. Ai'iom niotlttioti For HyKcs, lllit Hun and I'unx- tll II W tll'V. 8:80 I. .11. Hi nil foul A initnoil n t uliv llcet'ln tec, lli-ockway vllle, Klltnont. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

We wilt to England Inst year f! 5!1,000 worth of shoe leather. Pennsylvania is more closely grid ironed with railroad trucks thnu Ger many, Franco or Holland. The. advocates of cremation assert Hint Itnrinl grounds will lo regarded ns relics of nn uncivilized ngc by the yenr 1994. The Americnn Uiblo Hociety, which does not pretend to print itn Bibles in nil languages, issues either the whole Hildo or portions thereof in 212 lan guages and dialects. Mrs. Evn Blackmail, member of the Jiolicc board of Leavenworth, Knn., ban removed two mouthers of the po lice force because they were bachel ors, nnd appointed mnrried men to till the vncincieft. Her husband gets one of the places. The total ehtiinnt -d ))opnlntion of the world is l,47l,72',Ol0. The post age stumps mnilo for the United States Government hy the Americnn Rank Note I'ompnny, New York City, dur ing the yenr lN'.M, would supply two stamps to ench person on tho earth, with (i miflieieiit immlier left over to be ready for the na...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

LADIES' DF.P.VKTM tYl. OVK OK TIIK tATMt FADS. One of the latest fiiU for rich women in ti have a cast made of tho hfn1, the ear, tho nose, or tho foot, as tho rase may be, of course each selecting tho particular feature which will best re pay immortalizing. Tho linml in tlio member which receives tho most uni versal notico. A bountifully posed white plaster hand resting on a velvet drapery has n placo in more thnn ono fashionable boudoir. AN BVENIVO COIFFl'HB. For evening tho fashionable coiffure must ho "wavy." To meet this do tURiiil n special little tongs is sold )y tho lending hairdressers that on being heated presses tho locks into tho most delightful undulating waves. For the Byzantine eoiffiire, which is in high favor for evening, tho wnveil linir is twistcil into loose eoils, from which droop over tho forehead ntut down tho nap of tho neck soft "Hull's" of linir. The eoils nre held in pi nee by'iinmbcr less pins of curious Byzantine pattern. Young girls have ft picturesque ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

mt Stan Sttbtrription $1.60 per vear, in advanrt. C. A. ftTKPHKNUOX, Kdllor and Plib. WKDNKHDAY, APRIL. 11. 1W4. An lipp'rnlrnt lcMnl punrr, published nvpry Wotliii'flny Bt KoynoldHvlllo, Jeffi'mon t'n. I'll., (It'vntt'fl to the IntnrOMlN of Kiiynntflsvllln una .Ii'fTriTMHu'ounty. Non-iKtllttfiil, will trrnt All with ffiirnoHM, nn.l will ho I'sncrlHlly frlend ly townrcU thp iHlmrlnK 1kr. Btihw'rlptl.in prior l.!Wnrypnr,ln Mvanr. rnmtniinlrfttl.mi, lntpn(l'f for piitillciitlon miit Im A.vmnpnnUMl hy tho wrllor'n nHtiio, not fur pulilli'iitlim, but tin n mmrnntre of good fiilth. IiitoroKtltiK niw Itottmnollclti-rt. Advertising nittM, mndo known on nppllrn tlon nt the offlre In Arnold' Hlnk. I.i'nithty roiniminli-ntlmifi Bnrl rlinniri' of advertisement., nhotild roni'h thlM olllre by Mnnrlny mon. Addr. nil I'nmmiinli'Mlonn toO. A. fltepn nnn, Kevnnldsvllle. ln. Kntered nt the potonVn nt Reynoldsvlllo, Pa., bm wi'ond rlnnn tnBll mutter. Coxoy'g commonweal army is Mill on tho march to Wa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

fre Tfr Stan Subscription $t.RO per iffar, in admnce. . A. HTKIIIKM, Kdltor und Pnb. , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1B04. Trntflr' OTmI. Pamrnpr trnln arrive and leave Koyn olilnvlllo nn follows! Atlnlirny Vullry Railway. Eastward. Westward. Trnln , - - Ml a. m.lTrmln , - - 7.40 a. m. Trnln I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train 1, 1.4! p. m. Train 8, - 0.A7 p. m.Traln 10, - 8.4 p. ni. Clrttrflcld c? Mahoning Railway. Trnln No. TO, Ipnroa lit 7.10 a. m. Trnln No. 71, arrlvps nt 7.8ft p. m. KKTioi.nriM.a rowr-orrica. Mall arrlro and leave the post-office a follows: Arrive. Popart. from Tin wkst. ron tiik bast. 1.16 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m A.tO p. m. rHOH TtIR CAKT. Won TBI WHAT. t.M) a. m. - - 2.00 p. m. 17.15 a. m. - 1.1ft p. m. Arrive from Kathmpl and I'mcottvllle U.ao a. m. Arrlvp from Panic) Tuesday, Thurday , ami Mm unlay nt 2.;m p. m. Departs for I'reseottvtllo, Rathimil, Tanlc J.OO p. m. Office liourw 7.00 a. ni. to ft.00 p. m. Money onlrr ofllep open from 7.00n. m. to 7.: p. ni. Ht'itlntpr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

PREAM OKj Tcar love, 1 fool your face) Close, close to mine, though we are fur apart And seas botwoon sob Ilka some wicked heart It purifies the plica. I hoar your robes low glide Now In, now out. Rome angel It may be, Soaring a blossed memory to me And bright Is eventide. Those stnrs which are my fanes Tonr doop, dcop eyes, shine In my lonoly room(i OIKIing the'alry castles ol its gloom And glittering on Its chains. I know that yon are I me , Theso are not baseless images I see ; I'erliaps your dreams are reaching ont to me As my heart yearns for you. Dream on, though years go by. me not, swoet love, trom the unworthy theme ; Let me be ever pleading in your drears And you dream on for ny. Port Inn 1 Transcript, A PAIR OF TROUSERS. WAS just aliont to go ont to luncheon when the jortor 1ronj(ut in n card. I glanced at it. My friend Louis--Lotus Pegars, fromTaras ran. An awful fel low ! We hail been at college together, and 1 had become a hank manager, wliilo Uu hud em barked upon sol...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

frog fbp the French. The bent edIMo frogs dressed foi 'the tabic nt Pari mine from Alsace, packed in large baskets. Time aa leasee, ... 'All things have their tlm and season, anil la lh changeful tampsratur ot a closing Winter rheumatism flourishes. Tht beat treatment Is referred to In a letter from Mis Lint Gunckle, Trenton, O., Fab. Mnd, 1101, Who says . "I suffered tor several year with rheumatism, but ws cured br Ht. Jacob Oil. 1 am now will an I never feel anything Ot It. Better get the 0,1 In tlmn and there will be no aon ot trouMe afterwards. The United Htnti-s In the richest nation on sarth. Dr. Kilmer's fumn'-llixir cures nil Kidney nnd Bladder trouble. l'nitiplil"t ami niiwiltiitlnii free. I.iiliriitury Hintilmnipt'm.N.Y. The English Inngiingn Ik the mnt easily inquired. P-tatb or Onto, Citv or Toi.epo, I I.icascocstv. I" Fiiaxk J. I'lH.ar.r make oath that lie In the acnlnr puttie r nt the llrm nt K. t'lirttrv A Co., ilolna: l.usini-- tn the I'ltjr nf Toli-dn, Count v ami ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 April 1894

GOTHAM iilU VANS. HOW THEY 'ARE HJSED FOR 1.0NO AND SHORT DISTANCE MOVING. nraakati Txmm nn Tronhl Mm y ThtxM Lar( ThMn Xhm IMmIum of Moving Day Radancd to gaUaas ' TrT I hf Trmln and aonmbntl, Thn rutlnmtor 'for n sfornrw niV! fn company will wnlk Into a liotmn-or a flnt nml rshmnro within r culilo'fnnt of how nim h spurn ho coiitonln will take up piirkud, iiihI lio ilmnn't iiiiilm nny pliilnirstn computations oitlii-r. Jin Junt wiilkn in a lulNiircly way thrmiKh a honwi from tocif to collar or tliroiiKh a Put from cud to end, nml wlmn h 1 through lio knows, llonw vnry great ly. One tlirtf) story lions mlsM hnve In It tliros rnn lw1s. The lnmsn Just liku It mxtiloor illicit linve six, hut thu CKtiiiiiitnr riiH ly imikcs a inlstnkp. lie might K't luilf a vhii loml out of the wny in rHtiiniitInK a nix loml limine, lint thin would In quite timifuml. -Ho would lie lunch more likely to hit the mark. The I'ontrjict price for moving menus for moving from nny floor to nny floor. If it is 4...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

VOLUME 2. UKYNOI.USVILMO, PENN'A, AVE UNION DAY APJML Jit, HUM. tltitlroon tPlmr Piittlr. UlTAU), ItodlKHTKI. V IMTTH- lU lHill RAILWAY. Tliohnit lint' lietxxccii ImltiiK Hliluxxiiy, llrnilfuril. Siiliiiininiii, lliiltiilu, ltmlicni . Minima lulls mill imlniH In l hi' iiiii'r nil rt'ldnn. on mill nflir Nov. Ii'lh. IMKI. imn-ii-pcr tnilim xx III 11 t-rl x e n nil ili'imil friitn l-'iilli t'rrck stiiium, dully, iifil Ciiniliiy, s M liixxt: 7.10 A M i I nii. m.i mill .' I. i". A m- niiHlul hint fnim rinix-nilimncy mill Hilt Hun. :IM A. M. IIiiITiiIii mill lice 1 i n i ti nlU'i I Hi iK'kn ii villi'. 11 1 lu ii v .l h ii-i '"Inn li . M i . ,l' il I, liniilimil. Minimi inn, Hull ii In mill IIih'Iii'iIi'I-; i'iiiiiii'i-i Ink hi .liilinstiiilnii'ii xxlili I'. A K. train :i. fur Wllenx, Kiuic, hi ri'ii, I 'iiitv mill Hi li'. T:4i1 A. M l 1,1.x. t. in. I Mini .:) p. in. Aci'iun nuuliilliiii I in S li'i, lllu Hun mill I'iiii n miiiiniii'V. lt:IIIM'. M. Iltnilfutil A miiiiiiil nl i i lii lli'i'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

Nearly all of the electrical inven tione, excepting the lightning rod and the telegraph, have come in use ilnce the Centennial Exposition. Bodv-anatehora bare a ihort thrift in China. The robbery of gravea in the only crime under Chinese law, eaya the North China Herald, for which the thief may be justly killed on the spot by anyone finding him out. The original concession for the Jaffa Jerusalem Railway wai obtained by a native of Jerusalem. It was built by a French company, the engiues and carriages manufactured in tho United States, run over rails made in Bel gium, and the most remunerative part of the passenger traffic is drawn from British tourists. Tho most honorable business of "housewifery takes equal and recog nized rank with that of "husbandry" in Colorado now. When the wife of rx-Oovernor ltoutt stepped up in the front rank to register as a voter Bt Denver under the new equal suffrage law recently, and was asked her occu pation, she replied, "Housewife." And hundreds of w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

St:GAKCANH. 3omething About Its Planting, Care and Growth, Introduced In Louisiana Just a Century Ago. llio cultivation of sugar-cano was introiliict!il in Lonisnna about a cen tury njro, tha jilnut heinjr lronp;ht from tho West ludinn Islands. For the lu-nellt of Northern readers I will ay that siiRar-cnne is a plant of tho ptrnss family, n ml in jiroriairateil, not from Hi-oil, hut by the ilantiii"; of tlio original stulk, says a writer in Ulna ami Gray. It require a strong, rich soil, in lmrily in the setiso of enduring great extremes of drought or moisture, but is killed by A temperature as low as 32 degrees Fnhrenheit. Tho enne is planted in tho ground lengthwise, with the ends touching oaeh other. Tho rows Are About four fd.tt a,at a1I,.v f.iw tit. mt.i n cr I growth of the cane, whn-h iu maturity shows no opening between tho rows. The new shoots xpring from every joint of tho plautad stalk, there often being twenty-four or more joints in a stalk of cane. Tha remit is a compac...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

ic Slav. Hiilwriptinn if I, Mi i r 1,1 nr. in iiilniui C. A. TI-:PIU;M, I .lllor miit fnli WKIIXKSDAY. AI'KIL 1 An inilt'iM'tidiMr tiicui iciimm, iiiiMitlti l i m-i WtMlni'irtny lit iynlil.nllt'. Ji'Mit -on I i, I., iIi'voiimI In 1 In' I nir i ".ik of Iti'j hh'iki nit anil JotTiTMiin I'oimi v. Nnn-tHilh It nl. M I u . -it All with fittrnoHM. nml wilt IHM'sp,'!-hilly f? innl- ly tnwiirilH tin hiimt lim i'Iiiwm. HuhMTlMon prlrol.-MiMM- vrfir.ln nrt!M. 1'ommunlrntloH" Iii'imiiIi'iI fur im'ill' i' i i mutt nri'omimnli'il l,y ilu wi-fii'i's rrni nit for niililliMitliiii. lint' nn n yiitiriinii growl fnllli. lnti'iiMiInu niMVN lii'ini MiiH.-hi AdvirlUlnii rnlin mnilp known on itiiln tton nt thnoltlri1 In ArniihlV lilnrk. I.rnirlily rommiinli'iiilons mill rhiiiin' anviM'tlHi'miMitH nIioiiIiI ivnrh Oil oIIIit ly Momlny noon. AnVlrpn nil i-nmmnn lent Inn to t A. fit i ennon, lirynoldHVllli', 1'n. Kntrtvil nt thr nontolTIn nt HrynoliNv llli Ph., nn mi'i'oiiiI Hii- tnnll matter. Tlio Rxpuhllcn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

Subscription $t.RO ytr year, in adranre. Cl. A. HTHrimlSON, Krtltor und Pnb. ) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 181)4. 1 (Trawler' nntt. rnwnpr trains nrrlve and leave Koyn oldnvlllo a follows: Alleqhenu Valley liaihray. Kaxtwanl. Westward. Train , - - 0 44 a. m.lTrntn , - -7.40 a. m. Train I, - I .on p. m. Train 8,- 1.42 p.m. Train a, - e.ft7 p. m.jTniln 10, - - H.4H p. m. Clearfield ft Mahoning Railway. Train No. 70, leaven at 7.10 n. m. Train No. 71, arrives at 7.11ft p. m. BKTHoi.nKVii.i, posT-nrrirK. Mall arrive nnd leave the post-oflloe as follows: Arrive. lVpart. moil the rm. roa tbe east.. I. 1ft p. m. - - 7.on p. m. 112.3ft p. m - - fl.JOp. m. rnoMTiir. r.MT. rtin inn m. B.Otia. ni. - - 2.0(1 p. m.lMS a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from Katlimel and l'nwotlvlllo II. aia. in. . Arrives from Panto Tuesdays, Thurdays and Hiitiirduys nt 2.o p. m. , , Heparin for l'rewollvlllc, Kitllimel, Panic 8.011 p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m.toS.OOp. m. Money order nmVe open from 7.00a. m. to 7.S0p. m. Ke...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

AND YOU'LL HEMEMBEri ME," One evening ft thn sun wsnl down Amoni? the golden lulls, Ami nllint shadows, soft nn 1 brown. Crept over vulei nn I rill". I w.-ilu .ed l hi- dusky bms n-win? T)ip down tho dusky leu ; Iliirkenlng, heard n maiden sins, "And you'll romombcr mi." 'When other lips nnd other li:irt,' fnme drifting through IUh lroisj s "tn lnngun-4 whose excess Imports," Wn bnrno upon thn breer..'. All ! low In sweet nnd hopn It itron, And life's 11 su timer tea. A vomnn'i soul Is In her sonii "And you'll remombor me." RUN rlipnn from the throbbing throat, With joy nkln to pnln . There seemed n tear In ovory not-i A oS In every strnln i Soft n. tho twilight shvlowi creep Aer.idK thn listless lea. The singer ini her lova to sleep With : "You'll remember me." Oy Wnrmnn. In Sew York Eon. A Search For a Romance. "ARTCPARLIXG- toa was in (lis tress. Tbnt ws 0110 reason why be took a linn som straight from the doo tor's to Ralph itruy s rooms Id the Al bany. He know or might have kno...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

In Intend there were formerly 133 offenses ftlLhlIe with death. Vt. Kilmer's Rwsnr-RooT cnrea all Kidney and Madder trouble. I'smi'tiM and Consultation free, Ijiliratory rlliiirhanton,N.y. Of very 100 mile of railway ta the world II arc In the United Htnte. Tatarrfc ranast fee Cart 1 WltbWal niijiilcattnna, as thejr cannot reacH the next of the dlaeaae. Catarrh In a blmal or con'tnuttnnni dlseeae, and In order to cure It yen must take Internal remedies. Hall's CatanHh cure la taken Internally, and aria di rectly on the blmal and mncoita aurface. Hall's Catarrh Cure la not a quark medleltie. H wna preatTllied hv one of the bewt jiliyalelnna In thla conutiry for yoara, and I aremlar prewrlptlon. It I-rniliKtae'l of tliehu tonlra Known, rom t)lnrdltti the best bl1 rxirlilcr, artlnii di rectly on the mucous atirftieia. The rfet rombrnatlon of the two Inirredlenta la what fmturv xni-h wonderful Te-ulta in curing ca tarrh. Send for tetlmajale free. t !?. CnrNtT A Co.. rroimq Toledo, O, So...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 April 1894

FOR LITTLE FOLKS. A Ynnitff niryclo lilclrr. Boston clniins tho prourl dintlnotion of hftving tho yoniiKosthlcyolo riiler In tho world. Miwtcr Thomns John BhophprA in hin nnmo, nncl lie livps with liiit fnthor In Roslindnlp, a mbnrb nnd nnnoxod pnrt of Huston proper. Thonnw in n daisy, mill ho rirlrs tho whtvl with tho filpnsnro nnrl tho Vnnwlrdvnof n vptprnn. Ho i Vint 4 yonrs old now, and ho boKan to rido vlioii ho wiw lint 0. Ho rodo ft SO ponnd wheel lnt nooson and wpitfhpd jnst two putiuds tnovo thnn his machine. This your Tw will rido n now bicyclo bnilt psppclnlly for him, which will r4 . A WpIkIi jst 9 l:i pnnwlH, nnd his father ia of tho npinion thut it will not tiro the youngster, ult hough ho did some long distiiiipo work last yenr Hint perms sim ply incredible when ono considors his yours and his size. IIo isexnclly 8 foot 4 inches in height nnd wonrs the swenter with tho emblem of tho nosliiidnlo Bioyclo clnb. His fa ther is nn enthusiastic wheolmnn, nnd tho boy often n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 April 1894

1 I I & . Ml VOLUME 2. KKYNOLPSVILLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY AI'IMLW, lil'.ll. NUMHJ5K 4. BUTAI.O.K K'HKSTKK A HITS HUKiH KAII-WA Y. Thi whorl lint- Ih'Ihi'i'ii HulloN, Ithlirwny, Hrtulfnrtl. HiilnniniH-n. Hiiflnlo, Kohft.'r. Nhiuum rail ami 1iiih tn tin iiH t oil tvnnm. On iitifl niter Nov. HMh. iwi:, mii (T'l train Will lilt i ' (i til ih'i:i"t from .'.ill Cfii'k Million, rtnlly. rxci-pt Pimrlny, a fol low: ? I i A M.: I.20n. m.: ami 7.im p. m. An-nm-inoilatlon fii no runxHiitiiuucy nnl Hij Kiln. 8:M A. M. Ihiflnin nrnl Hoc 1 Mt i nail, ) Hrockwavvtllr, Hhlirw ay..ltiin'onhnrif.Mr. .Irwrtt, Ui atifoi il. Salainnmit, HiiiValo ii ml Korhi Mrr; ronm-ft in 4 11 1 John-Mini mi tr with P. X- (:. train :t. for Wllrox, Kane, ;n itMi, fori v ami V ' I'1. l:-ir A. M.j I."- i. in.: ami .;in i. m. A 111- nit"l)it!i)n I'm yl(e, IHtf Unit ami I'un.x titnwncY. 2 iiO r. M. lltailfonl A itnmoilu I '1 1 I 1 r Herclitive. HKM littnvvtlli-. KHnmnt. ';ir nion, Klilirwiy, .l'iiionluiir. Mt.Jt'wett it ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 April 1894

THOUSANDS GO ON STRIKE. STORY OF A GREAT STRUGGLE In Western Pennsylvania, Enstsrn Ohio unit Wpit Virginia Alon 40,000 Men Will Quit Work. On rt'in! , the Pittsburg Timrt, received the following Interesting sumni.iry nf lb c frrent coal miners' strike from Patrick Miv llrhlc, Secretary-Treasurer of the United Mine Worker, Columbus, O.t You nk, "Why and for wlint urn (lifi mln tr striking?" "WhyV" Because they nro forced t". "Whiit for?" To lTiimvp trade condition which ImvfixTn destroyed hy the unbusiness like method nnd Ms-klciies ff the coal ii.cralor. I suppose that while thl nwet mlK'it lie satisfactory to you It require some rxi'lunutlon lor the leiicMt of thn general public. It Is acknowledged ly nil who understand anything alKnit the coal trade Hint It ha de veloped mom rapidly than the iits'CHstnca ot the I'otmtry nspilre. 'J in1 result nf having too many in'ti rnul too many uitnc ha cnii nl a k.-n oni1ttlnn Is-twecn oHratnr to iweiirc trade. Tim more imi'riiiulii havn sough...

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