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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 July 1892

lie VOULMK 1. HKYNOLDSYILLK, PKXX'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892. NUMBER 11. $Htrrtlititrou. Q MITCHELL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offtre on Wnit Main street, opposite Hip ('onimrn'lul Hotel, Iti-ynoldsvlllc, Pn. J)H. B. E. HOOVKH, KEYNOLDSVILLR, PA. lieslriont dentist. In building iirnr Metho dist cliiin-li, opposite Arnold block, tlcntle Hess In operating. , )orlo. jjolTvux reynoldsville, pa. FliAXKJ. MACK, rmprMnr.. Tho lending hotel of the town. Headquar ters for commercial men. Hlciini lipnt, frrp 'bus, Imth rooms and closets on every floor, sample rooms, billiard room, telephone con nections, &e. JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GHEEX& COSSElt, 'i-ojui.oi. First class In every particular. Ijocntod lit the very centre of the business part of town. Free 'bus to nnd from tritltiw nnd commodious sample momH for pohtmpri'hil travelers. MERIt'AN HOTEL. BROOKVILLE, PA. Jil'FFlXUIVS & LOX1I, Vois- Omnibus to nnd from nil trains. F.iimncnn restaurant. Hons' hciitcd mid IlKiitcd by gn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 July 1892

THE HOMESTEAD WRANGLE C0KOPEE8I0NAL INVESTIGATION Of th Labor Troubles at Homestead, P. Summary of the Proceedings- rtlJDJMI. or T1IK IXVrSTtoATISn COMMITTLK The live members of tlin Investigating Coimniiica who wero appointed by the House to Investigate thciMnsc of the Ilomn ktcitcl sttike, nre all gentlemen who have considerable experience In national ntTalra, ml none of whom conM bo termed youth ful. It. I). IIYNt M, OK INtUANA. Chtvrmim Wii.iiam C. Oatis, of Abbe ville, Al.i., Is a stalwart, ruddy-faced ami gray-mtistuchcd cx-Confcderatc army olll ccr. I If is .17 yrnni old, ami ns .1 lawyer occupies a conspicuous position in the Ronth. Hox. William 1). Ha mm, of Indiana, I chiefly known among Western oliticiuii becau-cof the famous tilt ha had with Col onel Thomas M. Payne, (liiringtho last Con gress. He is considerably over II feet tall. He b one ol' the leaders on the Democratic side In tin! Hi .me. The lliird Democratic member of the sommlrtee is Mr. I'mi, .1. Uoatxkk, a 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. — 20 July 1892

.. Tm Many Monk. A rfranrkubly clever woman, th wife of a German writer, wan run. Untlf urged by her friends and ud. rnlrers to write, but a smile was her usual reply Nlio thoroughly nppre. elated her husband's Renins and suc cess, but one day, when asked wh he "wasted" so much time knlttlnir, Instead of finding somo umipntion more Milted for her brilliant talent, she replied placidly: "I have never heard I hat there are too many stock" lns In the world, but I have often heard it said that there are too many books. So It scorns to nio It Is moro praiseworthy for me to knit a stock ing than to write a book!" That her decision was a wise one facts seem to prove; even eminent authors cannot always dispose of their work. Thoreati was once able to boast that ho had on his shelves a library of several hun dred volume, the greater part of which ho had written himself. Ills publishers could not dispose of tlie first edition ot his first book, and thinking It useless to keep the vol umes lon...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 July 1892

Niihurriptinn tl.Sli )rr jimr, in atlrttnrr. A n Inilrnninlmt lix-nl phiht, published I'Vrry Wwlnrsrtnv lit Hi'vnol(lsv1IU. .IrnVrwn t'n Ph., nVvntril lo tlu lntirmt of Ui-ynolilsvlllo nil .Ti'nVinonrountv. Non-nolltli'iil, will tri-nt nil with ftilrnrtw. nnrl wlllnptnwliilly friend ly toward tlu' IntHirliiff Hum. Kuh-xTlptlun iirlivfl.Jftpcrvcnr.ln ndvnni-c. rnmmnnli'ntlonn Intended fur nnlillcHtlnn inul lw Bcconipnnli'rt by t lip writer tmmi', not for nulillrullon. lint n n iru urn titer nf good fnltli. lnterestlni new Item willelted. Adveiitlnii rnte miide known on iiinllrn Won at tln oftli-p In ArnolriV llloek. Lenjrhty rnmmtinlmthni nnil rhnnw of advert Isemrnta uliould mirh thin iifllrp ny Mondny noon. Address nil enmmiinlrntloti. tnO. A. Httil enwin, Kevnoldivtlle, Pa. Entered lit tlic nntor?lrp nt Itryniitdsvllli', Pa., nn eeond rlwm miill mutter. A. RTKPIIKNftON, lcdltnr mid l"b. WEDNESDAY. JULY . 1W2. Did ytm pop tho boniitiful tllnplny of aurora borciilin. or "northern li...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 July 1892

k Stan Hulm-riptitm tl.50 per pettr, in udmnre. '. A. MTKPilKKiaON, Kdllor and Plib. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 181)2. Vrmtxltva' OTult. I'Bwt'nKer Irnlim arrive Bt tho lli-ynnlclit-vlllp ntiitlnn b follows: KiiKtirnrd. Westward. Train 0, - 6Ma in.lTnilii 8,- T.21I ft. m. Train I, - - l.w) p. m. Train 2,- -1.42 p. ni. Train it. a.wi p. m.lTraln II), - H.osp.m. ncrjioi.imvu.i.r powr-orricR. Malt urrlvo ami find Icbvb tli post-oMre n follows: Arrire. Depart. rilOM TIIR WrKT. roRTIIRKAMT. I. W p. m. - T.nn p. ni.IH.10u. m. - - lino p. ni. roitM th bast, ron tub wr.sT. T.00 n. in. - - g.U" p. in. 7.nn n. m. - - l.ia p. in. Arrives from Kiithniul mid I'rt'm'ottville II. WiB. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Tlnirdiiy nnil HiitiiriinvH nl 2.:to p. ni. Hrpurts fur Present tvlllc, Iditliini'l, Panic il.no ji. m. Orflci" hours 7.K1 ii. m. tiid.on p. in. Money iti-Her dllee open from T.Oftn. in. lo ' T.:np. ni. Iti'Klsti-r iiflli'i" open 'rum 7.1X1 n. in. tn s.im p. ni. 1.1'iinl Holidays fmm 7.(10 ti...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 July 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS f ROM MANY POINTS. Important Hews Items Reeelred as Wl So to Prfii. Caiittnl, l.atinr an Initsslrlnt, ' rckif colliery No. 4, Shcnnnlmuh, Pa., tme of the largest of (he Udilgh Valley Coal Company's eollcrle, employing over fits) men, started up after an Idleness of over four month!. The Pultun Holler Works of Itlchmnnd, Ind., employing largo number of bonds, has been compelled to flint down entirely, owing to the labor trouble In the L'al. They are unable to get steel enough to keep their limit In opemtinn. A strlko w inaugurated nt Philadelphia, JPe., among the lathe anil slater ami pin terert) and laborers thnt will affect nenrly nil the firms In the suburban wards o" the city. The strike It strictly against the employ ment of non-union men and In not n ques tion of wages or hour. About HX men lira fleeted in the three organizations. The workmen at the t'ppcr and Lower inilla In Lawreticovlllo (Pittsburg, I'a.) ami at the Heaver Falls, 1'a., mill, both mill ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 July 1892

Tha Ringing In (loil'i Arret " Out yonder In the moonlight, wherein Gcd's i Acre llei, Oo sngels wslklng to nd fro, singing their lullabies j (Their radiant wings are folded and their eyes are bended low, At they sing amonv the beds whereon the (lowers delight to grow ! "Sleep, ob, lleepl The Shepherd guardeth his sheep I Fast speedcth the night away, Hoon Cometh the glorious day; Pleep, weary ones while ye may Sleep, oh, Bleep I " The flowers within tiod's Aere srs'thst fair and wondrous sight, And hear the nnge's singing to the. sleepers through the night; And, lo! throughout the hours of dny those gentle Dowers prolong The lllil'ic of the ungels in Ihut tender slumber song: 'Sleep, oh, sleep! The Shepherd loreth Ills sheep ! II" Unit guardcth Ills lloek the best limb folded tlieluto His loving brrnslj Si, sleep ye, now, nnd take your rest S eep, oh, sleep!" From angel and from llower the years have le;irnei that soothing snug. And with Its heavenly music speed the days and nights...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 July 1892

ACTING SAVES LIVES. COUNSEL FOB MURDERERS EMPLOY THEATRICAL METHODS. How l.rjr Wliu llilinil Criminal ntrlv to Mtikn nit Impii'Mlmi nn th Sympnthleii of f iirymrn Home NiitiiMe Cniveft M'lii'i-n l.nwyvr AurrrriliMl, For yours It hm Iippii KMimilly known mnoiiK liiwyciR tluit all mirts of desjier ate Bnd tlioatrknl dcvit os iirocoiiftnntly resorted to In order to mive Hie lives of ncenneil persons. But Mr. Wellumn wns the first profoentor to nuilte the ehnrne in open court nnd qnole nn In stance to fortify his iilliwition. I the pruetlce rilit or wron? Perhaps tho most moving pnrt of Lawyer Wlllinm F. Howe's elegit dim ming tip on behnlf of Annie Wiilden was where he neoti!?ht tlie jurymen to consider her youth, her beauty nnd her helplessnes i. When Francis L. Welltnnn, assistant district attorney, In'khii his summing up for the prosecution, lie urged the jurors not to be moved by his adversary's emotional appeal. lie called Mr. Howe an actor. He said: "If yon had seen him, as I hav...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

If VOLUME 1. KEYNOLIWVlUiK, PKNN'.J., WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1892. NUJIKEB 12. Ittlarrllitttroua. Q MITCHELL, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Offloe on WpI Mnln street, nnpiwlte tho Commercial Hotel, HeynoUlMvlllc, Pa. "pR. B. E. HOOVER REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Hi-I.lrnt riVmlM. !n hnlldlnR m'lir Metlio dlat church, nppimlte Arnold hlork. Uenlle new In operating. Qotrls. JOTEL McCONNELL, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FNAXKJ. BLACK, Pmprwtnr. Tho lrndlnR hotel of the town. Ileiiditliir-U-tn for comnierelal men. Htenm hent, free 'bun, linth roomit and flowtN on every floor, Mimnle roomM, htllliinl Mini, telephone con nection, Ac. JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. GNEEX& COX&EN, Proprietor. Flmt .claim In every particular. Located In the very -entn of the IiukIiiiwi part of town. Free 'hus to and from train and cnmniodloux wimple roonw for commercial travclerM. MEItK'AN HOTEL. BROOKVILLE, PA. M'FFlXiiTOX & I.OXd. Prop'. Onintlins to mill from all tinltin. EiintiH-nn reMaiircint. Ilonwe hctitcd and lighted l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

Tho Toller Who Sings. The toiler who sings when ho may To tighten the labor of other, Makes better anil brighter the day, Ioo the toller who tings when he msr, Bringing beauty and rent to the war, The long weary way of hla brothers XUti toller who sings when he miy To lighten the labor of other. Nixon Waterman, iu Yotith'a Coin pinion. PORTIA, JUNIOR, ur jotix ki:mhk k hamis. Portia was nlnctcon, ami a princess by virtue of lirr boinity and amiabil ity, iler father was lcitrnod, even tempered ami nnpreposos''iui her mother handsome and of equable torn fturainont, hut not titiihtly knowledg eable which miiy account for the fact (hat Portia herself, whilo of tho intel lectually beautiful type, was net atiperciliousty lovely, ns Is so often tho case with women similarly gifted. Sho cotild talk wiih a man without compelling hitn to foci his own Igtioiunce, nnil, of course, this mado her excessively popular with llio mala portion of tho coininunity In which she lived ; but, rarer still, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

1 HE REALM OF FASHION WE AT TO WEAR AND BOW THE! MAKE IT. The Harmonious (tut shade - A Garden Pn Costume - Other New Iesa-na. Tlhiwnon c.f the year a woman's tlimiphts arc ronrm trnttil iion outdoor eflw-ts. Thr sunshade is su.li nn eflVct. When It harmonizes tlioitnj.hly Willi costume the mult is most i li ssirg. In the initial llliistrn tion the mml.r.ile is In li tii iik-1. y with the underskirt and lllt'VI'. J 11 this COS- tunic the underskirt and tit;ht sieves are tiAtinosiofi" U Nsinnr. of a tich faillo fnin mine and the lindiee, ovor-kirt nnd puffed Slwrrs of striped wnol cni. The collar, tab and belt are of line gold (,'imp. Yon may make this gown up in l:irk and light heliotrope. The illustration depicts a dainty pown for a lawn party. The material is a figured fouliird, pink geranium with white flowers. The bottom of the akirt Is finished with 0 narrow scalloped band and below it two tiny ruffles of lace. The dress is set off with a white irtco figaro and the sleeves are ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

tinlmrriptitm $1.S0 )wr irnr, in tidmnce. An ImlppemltMit lornl pnppr, pulillshcd every Wi'dm-wliiy nt HcynolcNvllle, .IrlTiMnon l'o., Pn.. dovoU'd to the InloreHl of HeynoldHvllle and .Ti'tTi'ition county. Non-polltlrnl, will treat all Willi fnlrnewt, nnd will hi' ennwtiilly friend ly tiiwnrdH the lnlmrtns cliww. Hubwrlptlnn price fl.SOporyrnr, In nrtvnnro. C'ommiinlcHtlirtiR Intended for publication Biunt be accompunlcd by tlio writer' name, not for publication, but a guarantee of good fall h. lnteretlnu new Item willclted. Advertlln rate made known on applica tion at the ortlce In Arnolds' ltlock. Lenxhly commutilcatlonii and change of advertldementH should reach thla offlco by Monday noon. Address all communication to 0. A. Steph enson, Keynoldsvllle. Va. Entered at the postofflco at Heynolasvlllo, Pa., as second class mall matter. . A. NTKPIIKNMON. Kdllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 18112. Goo. Shiran, jr., has been nominated by President Harrison for tho Associate Justice of ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

ffific Stan HuhttrrifiUim tl.M per year, in advance, :. A. KTKPH KNitOKI, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 181)2. Provrltr' OTutbt. I'nmi'iiirpr trains arrive lit the Ki-ynnlds-vlllc station hk follows: A'udlirdiif. Wert ward. Tmlti 9, - - s.M m.lTmln 0, -7.211a,. m. Train I, - - 1 on p. m. Train J, - 1.42 p.m. - Train a. - - S.m p. m.lTrnln in. - - t.ix p. m. HrYsoi.iwrn.i.r rosT-orrica. Malta arrive nnd nnd leave tint prat -office a follow: Arrive. Depart. moM tiir wiwt. rim tii east. I. 1(1 p. m. - - 7. no p. m.m.10 n. m. - - 12.30 p. m. roiiM tiik r aht. ron TltS W1WT. T.OO a. ni. - - 2.IHI p. m. 17.(10 a. m. - - MS p. m. Arrlvm from Knthmt'l and I'rosrottvlllo II. ima. m. Arrives from Pnnh Tuesdays, Thiirdny nnd siiturdiiy at 2. nil p. m. Depart for Prrsrottvllle, Hnthmrl, Punic 8.ID p. m. Omen hour 7.00 n. m. toa.00 p. m. Money order ofHre open from 7.00n.m. to 7.:p. m. Ki'iilxtiT office open from 7.U0 a. m. toH.nn p. m. I.i'Siil llolldny from 7.00 to 8.00 a. m. nnd from 12...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

HENRY CLAY FRICK SHOT WHILE BITTING AT BIS DESK. Berkman, n Anarchist, Fire Three Shots at Mr. Prick and Stabs Rim With a Dirk. A Fierce Encounter. Tha Wounda Dangerous) Berkman Jailed. Henry Clay Frlck, Chalrmnn and Ocm iral Malinger or Hie Carnegie Steel Com pany, ami Chairman of tha II. C. Frlck Coke Company, was shot nml stnbbcd at 1.44 o'clock Saturday afternoon in his private office by Alexander llerkman. an Anarchist. Chairman Frlck km shot twice tnd stubbed twice, nml hail It not been Tor Ihe heroism of John (I. A. I.eishmun, Mr. Prick wjnld probably Inive nrrer been taken out of bin olllce alive. Mr. Lcish man unveil partner's llfu nt the rink of bis own, and the bnltle hn left Mm witii Dne senr, wliirh lie will rnrry fur it coed many year. The shooting wn done wild a :ts calibre revolver of tlie heavy bull dog type, wlillii the stabbing wn done w ith a knife about right inches long, sharpened on both side ami to a point. The wonld-he B"iii t ar ried the revolver In III rig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

HAWAII. TI1I3 SANDWICH IH.ANna AND Til Kill PROl'LIA. SIc nml CJnvcrnment ol the Island Hnnnliilti, the Capital City A t-'nnt Dying- llacfi Tho National K001I. OH some timo punt It miiw been asserted tlmt tlio people of the Sandwich lalnnd hn d en I r e ! anncsntiim Willi tho United Htntes. Tim Now York Advertiser ns erls tluit tlio new Hawaiian Legislature Wild elected mi the nniicxation iseiin, nml in mi article (in the Islands and its M'ple 'given some interesting Tlie Hawaiian Archipelago information. comprise a group of eight inhabited ml amis, 2i'iM mile southwest of Hun Krnti Cisco. Tliey have nil urrii of tUStl sipiurc mile, being iilmut equal to Connecticut, Klmdo Island nml llclnwarii combined, and having a population twice the sire of tlmt of the least populous Htntn In tho Union, Nevada, nml considerably mori! tli.in the hist ndiiiilleil Hi ill of Idnlio. The chief city i Honolulu, tlm capital, with a population of 3:1,0110. Tlm Uov eminent in nt prL-sent a limited Const...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 July 1892

VTTTA VIM WAS AN AKT IN THE DAYS OF HOMESPUN WOM EN USED TO WORK HARD. Our Grandmother Vnrd to ftpnrt Blnrfi Tim Spinning, XTurlnj, Knitting, Nut ting noil KmbrlltinRThjr Mann fuctnrod All Their Own Mnth. In the daya of liomexpun funr onncc at lint, cotton or a lnilf pound of lock wool tu a tUy'd stint In spinning, thongh clever plitmr rouM ensily do twice an trmch. Wool wbh often colored before enlnntng dyml lilwk or red, tlien carded with white. The resultant thread, eteel or red mixed, waa wonder fully eoft and harnionlotia in color. Old ellk carefully raveled, then carded with white wool or cotton, made the allk mixed that waa such a favorite for the long atocklnga worn with knee hreechea, aa well as for homespun gowns. They were woven in chocks, atripea and cloud ings. One of the prettiest waa dice cloth a kind of basket weave of alter nate white and black or gray threads, thirteen to the group. It waa trouble some to weave a thread too many madt a balk in the pattern. Children...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

VOLUME 1. KKYXOLDSVILLE, PEXX'A., WKDXKMAY, AtTSl'ST 3, 1892. NUMI5ER 13. tMiorrllmtrou. Q MITCHELL, ATTORN K Y-AT-L A V. Office on West Mnln rtni't. opposite the I'ommeivliil Hotel, Keynnlilsvllle, Pn. -pu. n. k. hoover. HEYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Resident dentist. In biilldlnff near Methn llt rhiirch, opposite Arnold mix'k. (lent If m'sn In operating. otrl. JJOTEL McCONNKLL, HEYNOLDSVILLE, PA. FRANK J. BLACK, Vmprittm: The lending hotel of the town, llenriqiuir ters for rnmmerrliil men. Hteum hent, free 'bin, hmh room" Rnd I'liM'tn on every floor, sample rooms, lilllhml room, telephone con nections, Ac. JJOTEL BELNAP, HEYNOLDSVILLE, PA. OREEXd- COXSER, rmprktom. First eliew In every iirtli'iilnr. Locoted In tlio very centre of tlif niisliiewnpurt of town. Kree 'bus to itnri from tntlim nnd comrmHllous sample rooms forconmierclnl travelers. MERICAN HOTEL, BROOK VILLE, PA. MFFJXUTOX rf- WXU, thnnlhiiH to nnd from nil trains. Kiimpenii rest tiu rn nt. House heated riml llirlit'fi hy tfils. H...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS MOM MA NT JOINTS. IsnporUnt New Item Received a W So to Tit: Ulna limit Acrldrr.ts and Vatalltlea. The nailing yacht owned by Frank Bacon nil W. L. Varnum, of Krie, Pa., was wreck ed off Dunkirk N. Y. A fishing vessel While going out to rata neta found the spat ofthe wrecked yacht, to which were cling ing the two member of the crew. Cnptnin Thomas Stick was found unconscious and wan taken to Dunkirk for medical treat ment. Ho will probably die. His companion, Ucorgo Granzow, aged 18 years, was dead When found. Hoth men had been dashed about on the spar for 38 hours before being found. James and Thomas Shado, of Indianapo lis, Ind., aged respectively 7 and 5 years, were horribly burned by natural gas by playing with a gas leak. Their parents were burying another child who had hom ed to death. Five workmen were badly bnrned in a gas explosion on Liberty street.Pittfburg.Tbe ei plosion was in a manhole built by the Cen tral Telephone Company for the conveyance Cf...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

I10W BEASTS EAT. FEEDING TIME AT THE CENTItAL 1'AltK MrJNAUKKlE. The Thrilling Scene When Chunks ot Raw Meat Are Thrown to the Lions ami Tlsrer (Feed ing the Hippopotamus. 3EEDINO TIME" in the old-fashioned men ageries M always planned to take place just after the per formsnces. The arena having been cleared, one of the brassiest, lunged members of the troupe shouted from the outside that then was the time to sen the wild animals fed at double the price of the ordinary idmission. About half the spectators paid the extra fco and retraced their stops, and their numbers were jfreatly added to by thoso who came especially (o sec the animals feed and did not care (or mere tricks taught them ia their captivity. Atiimals in capes soon become pro fessional mendicants. Go up to Central I'm k any day and at any hour and munch something beforo their cages. The lions, of course, will treat you with li i? iifled disdain. Their experience of civ. (lization has taught them that few hu mans walk ab...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 August 1892

ftt &tav. Suburriptinn fl.M prr year, in nrfiiinrr. An hn)i),mlciit Iih-hI lmpcr, pulilHird every WiHliirwIiiy nt Kcynnlilsvlllt', .li'lTcmon Co., Ph.. ili'vntcd to the Interests of Kryniiltlsvllln BiKl.Ii-ircrwitx'nunty. Nmi-nolltlciil, will trvnt. nil with f iilrnvw, mid will he xiwliilly f rlr-nd-ly townrdK the InlKirlim cIhiw. KiihM'rlitlon price II. (Ml iff jreitr.ln nilvmice, Conimunli'Htlonn Inlendeii for imhllcntlon must, Iw Bccomimnli'il hy the writer' name, not for ptihlli'iiUon, hut na n minrntitee of Hcxxl fill tl. Interentlim new Itenw willrlteil. AilvertlKlng rtitex mmle known on hiiIIi -tlon Bt . thnnfHev In Arnolds' Blin'k. l.ciinlily romniunlciitlonH mill rhnnRfl of trtvertlwnientu kIioiiIiI renrh this nfhVe hy Momlny noon. . . Aililrt'M nil rommunli'Btloim to ('. A. fleph nmin, HeynolilKvllle. I'n. Kiilnntl at the postnllli'K nt Keynol(lvllle, Pa., ns weoiid cIiikm mull mutter. C. A. STFPllF.om, Editor and Vnb. WEDNESDAY, AtTOUHT 3. 12. There are blt'sslngs In ...

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