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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 May 1894

' Sand IV nrli, Pa. Alter the Crip Broken Down bv Oyepepala, IndV geetlfrsi and Headache Spell I feel It ni) Hilly totel' whit Homl's 'ara parllla be. done for irr wlfr. Kim h ul tha Ki i. and after the feaer wa. iivrr h t was not abieitn do her homework, liil dyspep sla,lndlgettuin,constlpatlon Bail b-adtshn, spells of nirslneni. an" hot fla'h i. I aw In pap -r wi '. wonderful cure. wer. m im by llnad'a H.maparllla After my wife had need one boil to "ke retlk'.sd .he wa. marh better. She.Vi now Hln t the fourth bottle Mil lis. Improved In health ) much that Hood's Sarsa parilla Cures gbeW;hrr tnhnitwtmk. 1 fttn no thankful for whftt H-mrl'i Mirtnpurtll h done foi her that I would n it h without It In the Hew PIIU tin livr IIM, c oatipwirn, Ml iouineM, Jaundle, iVk hf1acb, ImllgMlifta. PNU19 '04 Tr.r.Torm.A 1 nK Jrqiiitl. riMmn Murk, MiMinir from f4 t f Im'm vuhif lor iiir mi'iirv ,t tin unrltl. Nume mid nco h Mmniri on Hie Itt'lltmi. I-.vrry ft-iir? ami tt. i .ikr no tnii'Mi. he- l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 May 1894

1ST PROTECTION. 10IDDINQ TH8 DESTRUCTION TIMBSR IN EUROPE. Smtntn Hut Aaprrvlnlnn Ovvr Prl- I Wll M notional ml Cninmniml orMi RafurnMlnn turrlrd on by E- FMlotid DvpartmnntA. Ill Oevmnny tlio varlons pnYpnimi'tit own ri'd nmimgo, la a consorvntivo niilrit, about ono-tlilril of tlio forost arra, mnl lliry aha I'lintrul thn hhiiiiikp mt'iit of another nixth, which Ix'loiigs to Tillages, ritie and public institution, in fo fnr ns tliino communities nre oblijT'l to employ pxpert foresters mid must n.itiiult their working pliins to tlio government for npprnvnl, thn prevent ing Improvident mid wasteful method The other half f thn forest proiH'ity, In the hands of privnto owners, is mini 'fed Mostly without interference, nl though upon methods stiuihir to those eviploy?d by the government, nnd by twnti'l foiesters, who receive their edu cation in on of the pight higher nnd sev eral 1ower schools of forestry which the V! viors fsoveniinents hnvo established. The pevornl states differ in th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 May 1894

VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY MAY 16, 1894. NUMBER 2. JtnUvonb GMms arable. BUFFALO, HOK.'HKSTKH & PITTS BUlttiH RAILWAY. The short lino between PiiHots, Klditwny, Ttriulford, Hnliimnnrn. Ilufliilo, Kis'hestcr, Nlimml Kails iiml points In the upiir oil res' Ion. on nnrt nftor Nov. loth, IWI, passen ger trains will arrive nno! rtVpnrt from Kulls ( reck stal ion, dally, except (Mincliiy, as fol lows: 7.1 0 A M.; I.SOp. tn.s nnd ?.( p. m. Accom HHMliitloiiH from I'uiixstitiiwiicy nnd MC Knn. BiftO A. M. lluffnlo nnd Hoc 1n t t irnllVor llrockway vllle, Hrflpwiiy.Johnsnnhiinr.Mt. li'Wi'll, llnidforil. F'liliimimrn, Hull 'nlo nnd Ids-hcstcr; comici'tlntf nt .lolinsonhure: with I'. & E. trul n II, for Wilcox, Kane, Warren, t'orry nnd Krlc. 7:45 A. M. 1,4.', p. m.i nnd 7.30 p. m. Accom nioflnllon For Pyke, ItlR Kun nnd l'tinx siitnwney. 8:0 T. M. llrndford Accommnd alicul'ir llt'ochtrco, llrockwnyvlllo, Kllinont. t'ar mon, Klilitwuy, JohnsonlmrK, Mt..lcwott mill Bradf...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 May 1894

(V TARIFF BILL AMENDMENTS. MORE THAN FOUR HUNDRED- Ola, Pottery, Steel end Iron Greatl Favored by the Change. With ovit 400 change's In phraseology and amendments, the Wilson tariff Mil has at last ts-en preeutd to the ennte. The new tignr schedule provide among either thing that n anil after January I. Iti'.i.'i. there shall ! Icvlisl, collected anil paid on nil sugar not alsive No. ID Dutch standard In color anl on all tmik liottom, yrupof cane Juice or of IsM Jn-. niclnda, on'-riitrnbsl meladu. concrete and oni'eii t rated niolnscn a duty ot 40 jier centum art valorem, nnil umn all sugar als.ve .No. lti Dutch standard In color there shull he levied, et HivtiHl and paid a duty of one-eighth of I cent is-r otind iu addition to the said duty if 4(i per I'i'ntiini nil valorem. Provided, thnt nothing herein contained, shall le ho constru! a to abrogate orln nny manner Impair or affect the provision of the treaty of reciprocity concluded tiotwccn the lulled HtntiK and the king of the H...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 May 1894

CANNING SALMON; XIIK IV A V IT 1 DONE ON THE PAt'liriC COAST. Catching the Klsh and Prcparias 'i'hem for Market An Orcupa (tnn That" In Aanumfnsj , Ureat Proportion. AXSEIJ salmon ban of late years I become a table delicacy V throughout the cmlized world, yet fow pernonn havo any idea Low It in prepared for market. Last season there wan a total packing on the Pacific Const of about 1,700,000 canon, weighing abont 81,00,000 pounds, or 40,800 tonn, according to a correspondent writing from Port land, tre., to the Ht. Ionin Globe liemoernt. , Thin seems an enormous quantity of flnli, yet it in but litt'lo more than a pnntul to each inhabitant of the United States, or to each five pomihle consumers in Europe and America. The methods of taking nalmou .in the Columbia are varied and nomo of them unique. There aro gill netn, seiner, Irnpn and wheels. Ten yearn ago n'm mints onptnreu twice an many nnn an were taken this year with lSt4 boats, :)4l traps, seventeen seines and twenty-seven whe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 May 1894

CHte Star. Subscription tl.Mi prr ytar, in advance. C. A. HTRPIIKNION. Kdllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, MAY lfl, 18114. Anlnrtcpcnrtcnt lociil paper, piihllKhcrtcvppy Wednr-wlajF at Koytinlnavlllp, JfTnrnn 1'n. Pa., dovotcd to Ihp Inti'ivst of Koynoldsvllle atifl Ji'tTorwmroiiiiiy, Non-polltlral, will treat nil with fnlrnxu, nml will iHiimppnlnlly frttincl ly toward the- liihnrlnff elan. Huborrlptlon prlcrll.SHpor irear.ln advance. llrnnmunlratlnn Intendeil for niihlteatlon Blunt b iuvimpnnled by tho writer- name. Dot for publlcntlon, hut fin It miarantee nt good faltri. Interetln new Item noil. Hod. Advert Inlnc rate made known on appllra tion fit theonVo In Arnold Hlork. LenKhtjr rommnnlrntlon find chanvo of Sdvertlaoment should reach thin omVo by Monday noon. Addre nil communication. toO, A. Htcph cnim, Kevnfildv!lle, Pa. Knterprf nt tho noitofflce nt tteynoldavlllo. Pa., a. aoeond cla mull matter. A 15 yonr old lad committed milcldo at Kindlay, O., tho othor dn,y be.PS,uso he wan disa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 May 1894

SulucriptUm $1.60 per yr ar, in advance. C A. TKrHKNH K4Ml-r l4 Pit. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1894. ftrovels' Ue. T mini r-rH V mil 1,KV Rnvn- oldii ville follow i Alleaheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 44 . tn.lTrnln 8, - -7.40. m. Train I. - 1.00 p. m. Train 1, -1.48 p.m. Train 8, - S.7 p. m.lTraln 10, - 8.4H p. m. Cltarflrld A Mahoning Railway. 7 In Nn. 70. Ion von at 7.10 n. m. rain No. 71, nrrlvea at 7. p. m. mtvKoi.navii.i.s rosr-omcn. lnll arrive nnd lenve the post-oftVe as follows: Arrive. Ilepnrt. mom th tnr. ron tus kast. 1.1B p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.12.H0 p. m - S.S p. m. i-hom ths rT. mil Till m, 8.00 a. m. - ,o p. tn.l7.lft a. m. - - 1.1ft p. m. LOCAL LACONICS. Subscribe for The Star. Two hand organs In town Saturday. Get your Job work done at this office. If you want all the news, subscribe for The Stab. The Keystone band was on the streets Saturday evening. If you want a nobby suit go to J. C. Froehllch's, the tailor. Communion services will be held In the 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. — 16 May 1894

-A SONOi - l( was tin- time when heaven comes down, Ami paves the wood with blti( . A Armament of hyacinths , , , tirnnk Jpp oi forest dew, Thsiwilnc of n lonely dove Went mnirnlnK on tho broere, And over nil thar swayed tlw ton HI And li:hinR o.' the trot. The veiv-! ulm of mom caressed . And nnml'nrtnd my facaj An nirl Joy from rnraullsn Assmed Ir-.iant M the place ; The forest was n voice, and snili" ' Of I,ovp, long dead, of you. What 1 1 mi- the Rrnclout bntim earns down And pnvnd thti wood with bine: From Normnn nnltt'w "Orohnrd Ronfe." ONLY MAGGIE." UST the I wo words, "only Maggie," were n sort of by word in the Clem flits family, where the young lady rejoicing in thn baptismal appel 1 lit Ion of Mnrgnrct was considered somen hnl inferior in nil respects to the three elder sisters, Mln Norn Clements was artistic, M i a a fleoronu Clements waa musical, ami her hour were spent executing in tricacies tipon the piano; Miaa Cor slclia I'lementa waa a beauty. Magpie, the youngest,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 May 1894

m J Hmoking at Prayer. A VI Hi tor from the !' nitre) State. And many thing which surprise Mm in the CUT of Mexico. When the my II arrives at tho iioatofMce the ames of the jieopln to wbotii letters ire aridrwmi'd lire written hd a slip of paper and posted ou a bulletin board. Merchants go every morning to ex inline the tuitiouncementa otid If I hey find their names on the list inancl their curds to the delivery .!erk, who bands them their mall, i No postage Ktamps are sold, but 'those having letters to mall tako ihem to the po'todice and par their 'postage to the postmaster, who sticks I jn the stamps himself. In all public place men are found tilting nround, 'provided with pen, Ink. and paier, reiidy 1 1 conduct tho corrostiundcm o I if any ono unatile to Co It himself. . t, . . 1 Kvery one In Mexico smokes, the Both Caused Trouble -Cured by , women is wcll a, tne mcn rfic Hood'. ! (moke In the street cars, In the "Icommcncet tntake Hood's Hstmipirllls (hops, ut the opera, and, In...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 May 1894

V. ATIlUEOHOSTSTOltY THE OLD WOMAN IN THE QUEER DRESS UNDER AN OAK TREE. the Always Appeared to AnnannM Ap proaching Iteath In the Family flha Wm Probably e rrant Who Had Iteea Foal lj Itealt With fa Ancient Day "EvnrylHxIy lnti"lm In tlinw dityi at tho old atoiT of tlio lrlhli(HH)io" until Kcntlonmii of nnliminl reputation Into )jr M lio clmttttil with a friend or two tn tlio tiflleo of tlio Continental, "and I Kin not wiylnK but that it wan bnt a no porntttliin after all, HkiiikIi tlirm in a ilttln thing conniK'tpd with my family thnt in a utriiiiKO coincidence, to call it (ten thnt "Omnv whnn I wan a Imy, I vrtilco tip during tlio liltflit weeping bitterly, nnd when my mother ranie to my Ihm1hI1 I told tier thnt 1 Imd drrnmed thnt aqnoor ly drenHel old wiiiinm Imd romc to me under n lure onk tret nnd had warned nit- thnt my brother Lemmril, who wa my enlnr tiy aereml yenra, wnf koIiik to die very nHin. I noticed then thnt inntead ot calming my feare my mother liMened to m without...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 May 1894

r 'ill lAvi n VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY MAY 2:$, 1H!)4. NUMBER 3. Jtlcttlvorib trim vTitblre. BUFFALO, 1MH 'II KHTF.lt U PITTS nmum kaiiavay. Tliealinrt linn between IhilMs, Hlibtwny, Itrndfnrri, HnliiiniiiicH. HufTiilo, llis'liener. Nhimirn, Fulls hikI iHilntn III llie ppper nil rvitlon. tin nncl nftcr Nov. imli, ISM, nnsapn pcr triilna will nrrlve nnd tlcptirl frtim I-'iiIIh t'ri'i'k million, dully, except Hiiiiilny, lis fol lows: 1.10 A M.t 1.20 p. m.i mill T in p. ni. Accnni- rniHliitliitiN from I'liiixjuitiiency iiml Inn. fl:50 A. M. Iluffiilti nnd Hoi- lnn ' nmlll rr HnK'kHiiv villi'. Itlihrv .lohiiimlmrii.Mt. Ji'Wi-it, lirnitroril.r'iilnnititicii, lliiiliiln nnil Koclieslcr; coiinrcllnu lit .IhIiiihoiiIiihk with I'. A E. Iriiln :i. fur Wilcox, Kiiiii', Warren, t'orry mill Krle. f :4ft A. M. I.4A p. m.i unci 7 p. m. A m- mixlBtlon ForSyki-s, HlK Hun mid 1'unx KiitHwni'y. S:BO I1. M. Ilniilfimt A imninil nllml ir Hm'hlnv, rlrockwny villi', kllmont, t'sr nioii....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 May 1894

-fr Stat Subntrtption $l.fiO per Hear, in nilmnrt. C. A. TKFIIKJ!M!, Kill tor iind Pub. WEDNESDAY. MAY 2.1, IHII4. An independent lt-al paper, piibllMhril every Wednesday lit Keynnldavllle, .lnlTerwin I'll. 'Pa., devoted to tlm Intere-un of lie ynnlilavllln unit .letTi'rwmi-iinnty. Non-pulltlral. will 1 rt-nt nil with fairness, and will In- eHpeclally friend ly Inward the liiburltiii flan. 'ftith-rlitliii prli-etl.Vlneryenr.ln advance. Cnmiminlrathma Inteniletf fur iiulilli'atlon must lie lu'i-onipanled hy the writer's name, not fur piililli'iillim, hut a a suammee nf good faith. Interestltm nr Itema Millrlted. Advertlalmr ralea made known on appllra tlon at the oftloe In Arnold1 Rhirk. I,eiiirlity rommnnti-allnna and rhanire nf arivertlHementa ahould reach tills otHre hjr Monday noon. Adilrrw all rnmmunlcntliwis to C. A. "teph enon, Keynnldirlll. I'a. Knterorf at the iKwtiilllre at Heynolilavllle, Pa.. a aeonnd rlaaa mnll matter. Tho O. U. A. M. re-unlon to bo hold at this place Ju...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 May 1894

v., ' ixt Stan 1 Sirtwcripfion $1.60 ptr year, in advanct. it). A. RTKPHRNROK, K4ttor an mfc. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1894. travslsve' etntbs. rikmcnimr trains arrive unci leave Krrn- ollntrtlle a followni Allryheny Valley Raihray, Raiitward. Westward, "rain , - 6 44 a. m.lTrnln , - 7.40 . m. Vraln I, - 100 p. m.lTrnln 5, 143 p.m. Train. i.7 p. m.Traln 10, - S.4p. m. Clrarjleld d Mahoning Raihray. Train No. 70, lpam at 7.10 a. m. Trnln No. 71, nrrlvM Ht J.aft p. m. LOCAL LACONICS. " Half Sheet. By an accident we are compelled to issue The Star Just half its usual size this week. We would rather issue a halt sheet and come out on time than issue a full sheet a day late. Subscribe for The Star. Robinson's shoes are the best in the market. George F. Cant Is the proud father of a little girl. Strawberries are in market at 15 cents a quart. Ladies' walking shoes at Robinson's, 75o., 1.00, W.25, and $1.50. Hopkins mill is shut down this week on account of the high water. You will find a bargai...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 May 1894

ESCAPE OFEUOENIE. HOW IT WAS ACCOMPLISHED AFTER NAPOLEON FELL Sent fYom tho Palace Practically Alone n4 IVnnllrM Hot Attrmdaota Thnnitht ' Only of Thvlr Owi llafety bettered and Raved by M American. Mil Anna L. BickncIL -ho mm for (tinny yrars a Kovcrnrss in tho fnniily of Mio of tho Indies of tho Empress Engo nio's housriiolrl, writn of "ThoTnilo rics Under tho Sisxiiid Empire" in Tho Ocntnry, from whicih wo take tho fol lowing account of tho escape of tho em press nfter tho downfall of Napoloon in tho Frnnoo-Oormnn war: Tho chnmhor of dpnties hnd licon in faded by tho mob; tho downfall of tho cmpiro had been decreed; tho ropnhlio had been proclaimed. Tho cries of tho popular fury wero henrd in tho very gardens of tho Tnileries, find the enrag ed populace vu coiuIiik nearer and near er. Tho crowd reached tho reserved gar den in front of tho palace and tore down tho emblematic imperiul eagles. It was then a quarter past 8 in tho afternoon. Tho Auittrinn and Italian embassa dors now ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

VOLUME 3. KEYNOLDSVILLE, TENN'A., WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 1151)!. NL'MDEK 4. ihillriirtti tlmt Trtllr. lUFKAI.O, KlH'TlKSTKU tt 1'ITTS ! HUUtUl KAILWAV. Tlir short hue between Purloin, lilditwny, Hrndfnrrt, hnlnninncn, Hiifl'ulo, KiM-liester, MiiL-nm l ulls iind points 111 Mil' upper oil rcploii. On nnrt nflir Nov. tWh. 1TO. pnscn Kcrtriiiii will airlvf mtd ilepiirt from 1'iills t'reek Hiiition, dully, exeept riiniluy, lis fl lnsi 7.10 A M.t 1.20 n. ni.i nnd T.m p. tn. Arcimi niHliitlm from I'mixiitiiw nt-y unci Hist Hun. 8:M A. M. HiiHiiIh nnrt Hoc H ! ? nnlll'it Hits k nnv vllle, llliluwiiv..loliiioiiliiiix.Mi. Jewell, HriMlfnnl, Hnlnniiinrli, lliltlnlo nml Kis-licslcrs connect lull lit .lolinsoiiliuix wild I'. F. train it. fur Wllrux, Kane, Wiuwn.l'nrry unci Krlc. T:4Ik A. M.i 1.4ft p. in.! unci 7.30 p. m. Aerom modntlon l-'iir Pyken, HlK Hun and l'unx sutiiwney. 2:80 1'. M. Hrnriford Aecommo d nllt nl ( I Hi Iitrcp. Hrockwiivvllle, Klltnonl, I'nr- mon, Klilitwity, JoliiisoiibitrK. Ml....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

jdur mm SHOT MAD. MANY MORE MEN "WOUNDED. Another FVtul TMot of Miner In Fsyettt County, Pa. A riot tmirrrr il near Connellsvllle, In., nt 'Washington run mine of the Washington Coal and t'oko Cominiiy nt daybreak Friday tr.oriilng. l our men were instantly killed, and a dozen or more were wounded. The killed are: "Barney MeAndrew. single, ol Wood linns Joseph (lolltho, a Hlav, from the Van Meter n.lne ot Osborne, Hacger A Co.) Otniskv. of Htorkilalo, near Payette City: an unknown Hermniifrom Juroln'm, Those seriously wniiiialf tl and who will likely dienre John Troy, a enker, from Fayette City: an unknown Italian from ltellevernon, and a Hungarian from the Ellsworth mines nt Tuvlortown, near Suti'rvllle. The flrt "hot was tln-d by ft deputy, who, In the excitement which attended the rush of the strikers, discharged his rllle in the air and fled, In nn Instant Uie conflli-t on, and Imfore the shooting ended four striker were Ivlng dn the road dead, and 12 to 1H others' wenrwounded. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

RAILWAY TRAMPS. Western Nomads Different From Their Eastern Namesakes. Interesting Experiences On a Trip Across the Plains. Tlio railway trumps of tho for went, ays a writer in the Washington Star, aro a class hy themselves. I havo seen n train on one of tho Pacific count railroads carrying it is save to sny, one-half ns mnny tramps as pay ing passengers, doing over the Siski you mountains A few years ago onr train Ntoppeil four times within a distance of twenty miles to "comb out" tho tramps. They wero under the oars, on top of the ears, hanging to the platforms, riding on tho cow catcher everywhere, in short, where human fingers could close a grip. They were more decently clad and better looking, as a rule, than tho tramps wo see in tho East. I was told ly an experienced railroad man that most of theso men are mechanic's aud laborers of respectable antece dents who havo drifted westward in search of work, spent their money nnd beencompollod to resort to this rnggod-cdgo sort of li...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

m it Star. Suhrrriiilhn fur n in itlvnnrr, V. A. MTKPIIKMNoni. fiilllnr mill rub. WKIXKSIAv7mAV ,1(1, isin Anlmleitenilent liwul pit per. pnlillhi'iliv'r,v Wp(lniMly lit HevnoliUvllle. .h-ITi'loii Co. Pa., devoted to the Illti'l-eiUof Iteynolilnvllle snn .Ior7oroni'oiiiitv- Non-pollilriu. will treat all a lt li riilrnew, mill will heeaperlnllj friend ly toward- the liilNii-ltiff rliiNH. Hu Inert pt Ion rleel..iieryenr,lti nilwim'e. t'lmiinunlriii lima Intended fur niilill. nl inn mind lie ii nnpanled liy the wrlter'n mime, not for niilillrnilmi. lull a n miurimiee nf nod faith. InleroMllnr new Ileum aollclled. Advertlnlnir rate made known on npillni tlon nt I hi' ohVe In Arnold' Hlnea. Lenuhtv eninmiinle.nloin and ehnnire nf advert lemenl ahniild rearh lhl uftVv liy Monday niMin. Addri' nil communication Inf. A. Steph enson. Kfvnnlil-vlll. 1'n. Filtered in the no-dolMen nt TfcynnliNvHIe, Pa., n him'iiiiiI rhiHA mull matter. Tho lli'niWli'in Htnlo Convention wbh hold Bt. llntTinriiir...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

iSttonrn'pliVm jht tfir, in odt'iinr. A. ftTtCPIIKNNOfll, Mriltnr and Puk. WKDNF.SDAY, MAY :), 1W4. Tvititltre' Plulbt. l'iii'i)Bi-r trnln arrive mill Iviivb licyn- olilsvtllu i fiilliiwai Allrtjhrny Vullry liitihnni. Ksstws'ril. Westward. Trnln, - - II 44 a. m.lTrnln (I, - .740 a. m. Triiln I, - - I .in p. ni. Train J, - - 1.43 p. m. Train A, S.M p. in n'raln III, - S.4S p. ni. Clenrflrhl cP Muhnnimj Uaihenjl. Train N. 71), leave tit. 7. to n. m. Train No. 71, arrives nt 1.M p. in. nrrsoi.iwmi.i.a MwT-iirrim. Mulls arrive nml li'itrs thn nost-oftlcs as follow: Arrive. iH'pnrt. FROM TIIH WRST. roRTIISRABT. LIS p. ni. - T mi p. ni.ll2.an p. m - - s.lop. ni. rilllMTHRRAKT. H1R Til R rsT. S.nos. in. - t.o p. m.7.IS n. ni. - - l ift p. in. Arrives from llnthmel and I'rrwoltvllln ll.iii. m. Arrives fnim I'niili" Tucsilnys, Tliunlnys nml Hntiiriliiys nt 2.;m p. ni. Hi'pHrlit for I'resrotlvllle, linllimi'l, Panic S OU p. ni. ( lni' hour 7.0ft n. m. tn .00 p. m. Money onlcr ofllri open from...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

Ho tour Work Km If. Beside my window In tlm early spring, A roliln Imllt her ii'rt itnl reared her young; Anil every ilny tlin namn nwii't song sho sung. Cntll her lltt ! rmi hn I taken wing Ti try Ihelr own Mrd llvlnir t everything ffm done IJorf the minor row hung Alxiut our ho:uo, er purple clusters swung Cpon mir vines nt nitnmn'n opening. Io your work early In tlin ilny or year, Jti l a iir to ln if, or word to hr, Clr house l l.tiil'l. or Kill to IiI'-h Mm rn'i Life limy irnt ri'iK'h It" noon, or a -tUng iiiii t No one nun il ll.o work yon leave undone, F r nn one another' ple. Habaii K. ltoi.ro. In tlin IndoMndiit. "Beware of tho Bomb!" t win looking over tlio papers in tho smoking-room uf n Pnrin cufo. My eye chanced to fntl upon tlio "Kohoen of tlii Stage" column, nml I cxolnimod Jowl : "At it ngnin!" A Frenchman sitting near tno looked Tip in wonder nt my petulant tone, mi I hastened to explain, speaking fluent ly, in very bad French: " Houiiil tho World in Eighty Days' is...

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