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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

THB i'OI.ITR I.KTTKfl-WtllTKn. Elder Sister Pro writing to Amy; li there anything you'd like to gay to her? Younger Mster (who hatei Amy) Yea. plenty: but you'd better enly give her my love. Tld-lilts. It. Kilmer's Swamp-Root curat nil Kidney mi l Bladder trouble. Pamphlet and Conaultntloii frnii LnhrntoryllinKhnmpton.N.Y. A Swedish copiier mine hn been worked without Interruption fur 800 year. TK'Imiiw l' lPtlr Effect nnlly Vet gently, when costive or blllone, or when the blood In Impure or aluifllh,to per. mancntlycure hnbl:ual constitution, to awnk M the klrtticjB and liver to a health v activity, without Irr luting or widening them, to dtaw 11 headache, cold or fever uae Syrup of Kl(i. The blithest ambition of every t'hlimmnn la lo bnve n r . l-n 1 il eoflln. We will dive l' reward for nnv ca of ca tarrh that cnnnol hi-iured with Hall's I ntarrli Curv, taken luterimlly. F. J. Ciiksev L'o.. Prop,. Toledo, O. It rc nilr-s 40 men to rrnke nil n. Khlleh's Cere In aold on a guaranti....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 May 1894

4 THE INDIAN EMWHK. INTERESTING COMMENTS BY AN OU SERVINQ TRAVELER. The runt anil FntnVe nt m (irrei Country nt llpinnrhnliln People Mita Poor 1y tliti Spoliation of Inri'lRnrrii t:ni(ll:i LentKiieiie Coming Into flenrrnl I'm. Wo linvo trnvelcd nmro tlinn 2,fiiM Utiles in Iniliu, Imvo wen it gi:mdi -.1 lOCW'l'V, lt largest. 1111(1 nio: t intrvt l- tug ciiics, its most fertile, nnd stimool Its di'Hi'i't regions. We Imvo found in Delhi, Agrn, Hotwires, Amlmr mill Ali mndtibtid tin) licst rxnniplos if Hindoo (nil Molinmtned.'tn ntvliitortnrp. Of conrso there, is ituuli wo hara nut seen. Tlio Prtividiriil temples of tho south uf India, roninrktiblo for tlicir size nml elnlairnto deoorntions, best illustrated nt Ttuijoro ami Miidttrn, wo can only jml?n by sniiill specimens seen nt Mndrits mid Pondirlierry. Tlio wonderful rnvo tem ple nt EIIota, Ajnntn and many other plneos wc linvo pot n fair conception of from tlmt of lileplmntn. Ono could spend years exploring Indin without ex hausting...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 June 1894

Mm VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PEXN'A., WEDNESDAY, Jl'NKfi, 11M. UfiUroati flm (TkHi. 1)1 IT.U.O. INMIIKK'IT.ll & 1'ITTS- IH Iitill liAIIWAY. Tlii' sliml 1 1 in ticlwcen iMiltnK lildirvvny, Itriulfcrd, Siilioicinrri. Ilntliiln. Ilnclicste'r. Ni:i urn I'ulis unit iiuinls In llie upper nil re: nil. Un mill lifter lnv. Will. I!i:i. pns'-cti-Xi-i ileitis uill iiriixcmitl ilcpmi frnin l'lill-. 'urk ! lit inn. iliiily, cft l Mimltiy, li- fill ing s: 7.n M.l I .'.' ). III.! Mini .! l. Til. Ai I II - i. eiln I imis f 1 1 .in ruiiv-ntiiu nc null Kin I. tin. :.- A. l. I. hi i'!n M .1 line I i ii i n n i i l: .. l;lll 1 1 In. Kill II .-..Inlill-niil ml-' Ml. .in . .I'll, lirnil fm il. :ii:iin:iii-:i. liiillnln niul le if hcM l'i': fnhllci'l illl.' lit .Inlill-iilllllll-tf vnli I'. K. tnilii :t, fur Wilfev, Kane, V I'tlelt. I'nrry mill Krle. T : I A. M.; I.4.i p. in.: mid i.'V p. in. A mi- inn'lm inn I'm h Ui's, Mi Kim mid I'uiix 'lllliWIlev. 'l.'io I'. M. Hnnlfnirt An"(nilii hl i i i l I i 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. — 6 June 1894

Tho British taxpayers spent tl93, OOO Inst year for the maintenance of tbo royal palaces. ! . . I Tho number of suicides Increased In Massachusetts to 239 in 1R92 from 108 the year previous. Of these 190 wero of men nnl 49 of women. There nre now over 250,000 word in the English languago ncknowloded by tho best authorities, or at ont 70, 000 more than in the Herman, Freneh, Rpnnish ami Italian language!) com bined. It in said that the Ibiddhists of Japan aro awakening to tho fact that they must have a statement of the ele ments of the Buddhist faith to pet over ngniiint the definite ami compart creed of the Christian teachers, and are de bating what they will put into this statement. Military recruiting in Afghanistan is practised under somewhat peculiar circumstances. The Ameer has just commanded one of his chiefs to enlist 100 foot and twenty-five horsemen as n body-guard. If tho full number aro not forthcoming within a month the chief's incomo will bo cut down in proportion to th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 June 1894

A DIVINING ROD. Its U333 in Ancient ani Madera Times. ' A. Famous Sprlnj-Findar's Mode of Operation. Tlio divining roil, oflcn culled the "Wund of Mercury" and tho Rod of aron," is n forked hrnneh, usually of hazel mid sometimes of iron or cvon hrasn and copper, by mean of which, it is alleged, minerals and water mny bo discovered beneath tbo surfaco of the earth. Tbo nnciunt use of a rod it wand ns nn instrument of magic in known to readers of ronianc'o. Tbo uho of tbo rod for mystic purposes is not, however, coufinad to fairy tales, for in tbo sacred b ok of tho Hebrews frequent mention is mado of tho rod ar stnfT. In some passages tho rod is represented at tbo Mini tima as an in strument of miracles in tbo hands of cho Lord and of magic in the hands of tho evil one. Jacob agrees with La ban to keep his flocks, and procured a !reed of stripod younglings by tho mystic means of peeled twigs of pop lar, bazjl and. chestnut. Tho two most memorable events in tho escape of tho Children ...

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

mt it Star." Subneription tl.fiO prr yrnr, in oilrninv. V. A. NTKPIIICISNO, Killtor mid I'lib. WEDNESDAY, JUNK H. 18IM. An lnf)i''N'l''"t I'M"! pnM'r, puM1h'ri vny Wwlnt'luy nt- HnynnMnvUlM, .l0rMin Co. Ph., ilrvntrrt to tin IntorpMs of KcynnlrNvllh' and JpffprNini'mtnty. Nnn-polllli-iil, will livnt all with frilrfHw, nml will ltiM'MMelnlly frlrnil ly toward th. lulmrlnv rlnss. Hnhsorlptlon prlcil.ftOp..rycnr,ln artvAnrp. C'oinmunlrnlton InttMHlt'.l for piilrilcnllon must le nci-ompantt'O' liy thi writer's nnmn, not for puhllf'fttlon, hut ft fninrnntw of good faith. Intmvstlnir iikwh items sollrltwl. Advrrttalntr ratns matin known on appllra tlon nt thiMifTW In Arnolds' Iths-lt. I.iwithty communications unit channn of Advert lMmt'nlH should mach thin oltlco hy Monilny noon. Adilrrss nil communication to I). A. Htoph jnon, KcvnohNvlllc, I'n. Kntt'tvd nt th posiofflcp at Itcynoldsvllln, Pa.t an spcond class mull mattrr. Ropublleatw who hnvn rt-ptifd (or tho nahhnlh Inw aro not very fa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 June 1894

gtat ibncription $l.tO per year, in advance. . A. HTKPHKNKOPf, Rdltor anal Pi WEDNESDAY, JUNE fl, 1894. Tvvtlfe' . iralnt arrlv anil IfBVM Knvn- dsvllle as follows: Allegheny Valley Jinihrny. Eastward. Westward, sin. - M4a. m.lTraln . - T.40a. m. I i im. IT1 l m - . trtn m. train 8, .M p. m,Trmln 10, - - s.Wp.m. Clearfield A Mahoning Railway. Train No. TO, lea t 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, srnvm at 7im p. m. Mvnoi.rwviM. rowr-ovrics. Mull arrive and Ir-ave the post-office M Hows: Arrive. IVpart. (non Tn wt. rfRTnrr. 18 p. tn. - - too p. m.llt.an p. ra - s.w p. tn. TROU THCCART. nRTIlWIT. 00 a. m. t oo p. m.lMS a. m. 1.15 p. m. fj Arrive fnm Kalhnifil and PresroUvllle DO a.m. Arrlres from Panic Tuesday. Thiirdajra u1 Haturdnys at t.lio p. m. . , Itoparts for I'rencottvllle, Rathmel, Tanlc OOji. m. Office hours 7.01) a. m. to S.00 p. m. Mnnpv nwlir office ooen from 7.00 a. m. to SO o. m. Keg Inter office open from 7.00 a. m. ) A.OO p. m. Legal Holidays rrom 7,ii io."u a. m. ana m 12.00 t...

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

A r AKA. t wntult tlin wiiltn snlln n lliey pr.ii Tlmlr wliu. Hk blr Is nut tr i Anil noma o'er illsln.nl w iv will itljita, Hm In tlif wiolie.l-fnr Imvim bllr , Anil soma lin lust nl son. Anl thus, iMn bile's ohninrnful main, Wlillo Hnpt anntt merrily, Full imny a linnpia fnm olT the strand W laum-liml wild caer limirt nnl Imu l, Nor dreamt of l"s nl sea. Hut wuri' tliora tronoiinroiis neks nnd sliosl All, nil unknown to tluv' ., II tnnltors mil -Hie hmirt Until knotf .... That iTiikI storm Imltl sunkm low Tim venture, out nt nw. Mnvhsp II won ni eolly freljt'il,, Thii" rich In yen nr inn i Ami M'Miuiry, n llni iliys go lv. Will (onntnlli e'er with teirfiil oyn Her Irons'iras lest nt Ah, well, tlicra In n haven w."t Whiw nMpwreok cannot I And lieirln, who ll In pat Hit p tin, Them shall y git her Inelt nirilii Miii'li Hint wn lout nt s.ia. -Limy It. Hemln-, In lliirpcr's rtsssr. A CIRCUITOUS SUCCESS. HV INAHKI, Mill. Mm. 7 AT was rsthrr ilnrk Uhj In tho ' hnllw'ny w urn n n 1 1 a n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 June 1894

,A MIRACLE IN MISSOUBI. m ACnlRTRMBNTA OF MROlOAt tlKICC FAR MURE WONDER. Fill. THAN TIIK MAUIO OF TIIK KANT. Tfcn Remsrliasla Rssrrlence el Pes' Elftesr Weedaen. el Panama. Me. firTn Ynria Irlpple To-Oay A Wtll ana Hearty Man. ( m Xatuiu City TTmrt.) The people of llloh mil, Mo., sad tetnltj hare recent It beon startled by seeming miracle of healing. For j-ein on ot the best known men In lutes and Vernon court, lit bu born Mark M. Woodson, now pott tnsfter ofFsnatna, nnl brother of -Stat Inspe-tor ot Mines, 0. C. Woodson, of thll city. Tha people of Rich till), where he formerly resided, and of hti present home, remember well the bent form, mlaahnpea almost from tha eamblnnee ot run, which bu painfully bowed Its head half to earth And labored anall-llka noma! tha walk lesson after season, and when one dnj last month It straightened to Its full height, threw awny the heavy butt of cane which for yejr had been Ha only aupport from total helplessness, and walked erect, firmly, unhesit...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 June 1894

SCENERY COMPARED. THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN. Thm One Is Evrrjrtrhrra AfTnrtod hj Mnn nit Art The Other I Primeval and Vir ginLuxury Mnjr Nnlt t:agllh Hnrnprr, but Not So With !. ITnvtiift lately vlsitrrl Knphiml nftorn loiiK iil'H'iici', hit iiiitul nim'o my return Vina Iwi-ti busy with thn nuhjort of tho re fatlims lictwcpn tmi'Mviii'ry mill thnt of llio i)ld voiM. I visited a tlull tmrt of H:itnhir. On lcnviiif the house wlii'io I was staying it :w lit ivssary to net tip to mi tnrly Vrciikfast toruteh n trnin. Two voting Koltlirvs, very pli a-niit mill friendly fellow, who went mv:iy ivt the mime time, Vim in the rah with me. Ill fi reliee Vtiis i:i:ide to tin) weliery, mid one of them, who hud l eti In Ameriei, siihl, " Von Ami rieaiM tmiy not iilwax x say you iidmire i:ni;l:iud, hut In your hearts you know tin re in nothing like it. " I looked out of th" cah window lit the flat niiil Very rolled out lnnilsrupn, cut up Into siniin mid plots 1 y iron fences...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 June 1894

r lie VOLUME 3. REYNOLDS VI LIE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 19L NUMIIEK 0. 1 U VV A I .O. I ' U KST K I X A PITTS i l.UI;n KA1I.AVAY. TlifMhoii Itni' Itrtwwn iMiltoK KltltMvny, Iti'iitlfiinl, HiilnnuiiK'fi, HtiOnlo, UnrlicMer, Nluirnni L'tilU nml point In tlx upper oil rv if Ion. 4 Mi nml nfti'i- Nov. Wilt, Io:t. i.iimm'ii Kt 1 t nlii- u 111 in i v nml li p:n t front I nil 4'ii't'k station, daily, I'MTpt Sunday, n fol low.: 1.10 A M.: m.: imhI 7 n. tn. An n - modal ions from I'tinxMitaum-v mid Hl Hun. 8:.".0 A. M. Ituttnln ami li r lo;irn nl'1 i r Hhm-U way I lie, Klilirviiy..loliM"iMnlHirir.Mt , Ji'Ut'lt. Itradfoid. ii I :i tit ;i ti4it . Ittilinlo mid IttH-lirlfv: roinuvt inu j:i .Ii.IulmhiIhii - with 1 A F. train :i. for Wilcox, K.inr, W iitn-n, 4'oirv nntl Kilr. 7 :!." A. .M.; I,("p. in.: ntnl ;.:t"p-Ai'fom-niofhiiiun I'oi k . Illtf Itun nml l'tinx ni a m v. I". M." Hinilfonl A.vommo il a i i 1 t Id i'i'lil n c, llrni'ku ny lllr, l-.l hnont . I'nr nion, Uiil'-rw (iy, .loliiiso...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 June 1894

The ilelits of the world are estimated t $150,000,000,000. Thoro nre over 1000 men In the United Htntos who hnvo ft right to be cnlled generals. The nllintor is becoming extinct, Is the golden crkIo, the great nuk, the (lodo mi t tho whito whale. It is snid Hint in Liverpool thoernn berry is nlvirtiseil as tho grent American remedy for nil diseases, in cluding grip, malaria, consumption nnd corns. A correspondent in Onntcmnlft snys that no Americnn need come to thnt comitry with tho expectation of en gaging in merenntilo pursuits, ns nil tho business is in tho hands of men of other nntions. The chief Spnuinh exeeutioneer hns died nt Madrid. On the dny of his funeral thirteen candidate npplicd for the vncnnt jilace. Among them were one lawyer, one retired sergennt mnjor nnd R gentleman who based his claim upon the fact that he was nn iutimato friend of the deceased. A propofed law that nny now build ing erected in London shall hnvo its front not less than twenty feet from the middlo ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 June 1894

THE SHAITS TOUR. Tenia's Potentate Will Visit Europe This Summer. Gjod Results From Previous Trips to the Continent. Tlic Shah of Persia will visit Enropo for tho fourth time this summer. In some respects hid Inst vihit was not wholly gratifying to tho Shah, thongh its effects nro said to havo been salu tnry. .TiiKt before ho left Teheran ft number of soldiors, whoso pay was luiu in arrears, crowded around his -majesty's carriagjo to present a peti tion. Tho police undertook to dis perse tho crowd, thoro was a slight scuIMj and two or three stones hit tho royal carriage. Tiio police arrested a il ;:cii soldiers, and nt tho Hlinh's com man I thoy were brought before him. Ho was terribly inclined nt tho indig nity his throne hud stifL-red, and al though it was not shown that tho sol fliers had thrown tho stones or wero guilty of intentional disropect, thoir sovereign, without hearing a word from them, sonteuccd tho poor fellows t iiumedinto death, and they wero thereupon strangled in ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 June 1894

SuhitcriiiUnn SI.SO per year, in adrmm. r. A. ftTKPIIKNMOM, F.rtltor and Tmb. WEONKSDAY. JUNK 13, lmn. An Independent local paper, published every Wednesday at Keynnldsvllle, Jefferson fn. Pa., devoted to the Interest" of Kcynohlsvllle and Jefferson ionnt y . Non-pollt leal, will t reat nil wit h f iilrnesa. and will he especially friend ly towards the lalortni class. Subscription price SI Ml per year. In advance. Communications Intended for publication must be accompanied hy the writer's nnmf, not for publication, but as a Biiarantce of good faltn. Interesting nrwn Items solicited. Advert Inlnir rut on made known on appllca tlon at the office In Arnold' Block. Iienprhty communications and chnnite of advertisements should reach this office by Monday noon. Address all communications to 0. A. Steph enson, Kevnoldtvllle, la. Entered at the pmtofflce at Reynoldsville, Pa., an second claan mall matter. The Republican content for nomina tion forConprww iind District Attorney is getting 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. — 13 June 1894

1 $Tflt Star VubKcription $1.60 per year, in advance. A. ATKPIIKNflON Kdltor and Pub. WEDNKSDAY, JUNE 13, 1894. rtravtltre' Wntk. rmnr trnlim arrivs and leave Reyn- Idnrllle a follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Kniinnt. Westward. rain , - - 0 44 a. m.lTrnln 8, 7.40a.m. mini. - 1.00 p. m. Train 1, -142 p.m. rain 8, - I t" p. m.Traln 10, - B.4 p. m. Clearfield 6 Mahoning Raiheay. Train No. 70, leave at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrive at 7.36 p. m. MVHOi.nsvii,t. pod-r-orrtoa. Mall arrive and leave the poat-ofllce aa iillown: ' Arrive. i it-pan. ROM THE VMT. FOB. TBI tAST. .15 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.12.!)0p.m - - S.Jflp.m. ritOM THIAT. ron tii waa-r. OOa. m. - - S .00 p. m I7.1S a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrive from Rathmcl and Prescottvllle 1.30 a. m. . Arrive irom Panic Tuesday. Thurday mil Hatnrday at 3.:w p. m. . , Imparts fur l'roecottvlllo, Rathmcl, Panic 1.00 n. m. Office hour 7.00 a. m. to S.00 p. m. Money onler office open from 7.00 a. m. to '.DO p. m. Kefflater office open from 7.00 ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 June 1894

PACE. I.r m. ncrc, those looks of yours Ah iheio pp-tty airs an 1 lurs ; J'lmh of eheok, and (lull of pye , Your lipV sniiln itnil tlmlr dpp dytj . Olram ot th wlilfn tooth within Dimple of tlm olovon chin , All the minshino that you WMr ' la the summer of your hair ( All tho morning of your fne ( All your ileum's wilding kmc t Thn flowT-pn of your hosd, the light Flutter of your foottnps' flltht I own nil, nn.l (lint glad hpnrt . . 1 muit claim era you dop.irt., , Go vot ro not unconsolpdf Sometime, ntter you nro old, , . . You shall cdw, nnd I will ink From your hrow the. sullea si-he, From yo;ir eye th twilight gxt Pnrki'nhw upon winter days, T'rom your loot their pnly pmv, AnJ the wrinkles from your faee, T'rom y.uir lo -ks tho sn.iw , Ihi droop Of your hevl. your worn fr.imo'i sloop, An I fh.it withpro.l smile within The kissing of tho nose and ehln 1 own nil, nn 1 thnt sid henrt I will claim oro you depart. 1 nm Tlai-o, and Iwith nrs mino Mortnl Aire nnd Youth rilvlnn W Ins to...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 June 1894

OffAnioNAtxr you meet a mother who looks sorry she Isn't an old maid Tt. Kilmer's PwMP-rinoT urn nit Klilm-y nml IllniMi'r troiililos. rnmihli't nml 'nnsultntlnn frno, I.nlirntury ltlnj(limritii,N. Y. A Rnrnimr-nto unnli tipr Irrlgatr Ills gnr Arn lijr d"g powiT. To ( Iranar h frnirm RfTcctnslly vet smtly, when nwtlvs or httlnns. Of when the blond In Impure or s1uirKlh,to prr msnrntlr cur Imlilinnl cnnstlpstlnn, to swnk n the klilnrys unit llvrr to lirslthr activity, Without Irrltstlna or wi'ssmlha tltt-m, tndts. rl hesdaclio., colds or 'overs, una Hyrnp of r'lr. Thcr nrn l'.i.iinj Tlo(llcnls ptililMir-il In the United Hlnti. Isillaaniakle, Whv rnil Jl fnr a IhiiiIh of mulleins for it mmnUlnt whrti mts lot of IWrham's I'M", rmtlns: only W els., will e-un nmrir nil known illiwrt? Tha U Imtiiim rnn.tlputiim Is ttia rnute nf nearly nil nilmt'iiM, ntt'l lleprham's I'llla ruro citHtfimlinn. A vnlmihln book of knnwlrflite ninllfil free, on rpiiir-t, by li. r' Allen Co.. :smaiml Hovel. New...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 June 1894

AN AS? AND DEADLY. AMERICA'S MOST DEADLY SNAKE 13 THE PICHU-CUATE. It fa Pnnml In th Hinlhwmt- Himka rhnrmrn) Aro Afrmlil of It A Tiny Thins, lint It Kill. Very tjnl.mj - A Wrltf r Tults of 111 Mntt Mi-rtliiB With linn. Thn snnthwi-st Is worn lilwrnll.v snp plloil villi vrnoinoiw tiling llnvii any other nrcu in tlm I'nion. In tint linni iiiK iltwrts, In tlm tnliiibitcil lint nrtil PXpiilKH'S nf New IMrxli'o mid Arizona, tho riiltlrsnnko nlioiinils, nnil in ncvcrnl vnriotlos, iiiflmliiiK tint strniiKn nwl nYnilly "sidrwimlrr, " Crotnln rrritstc. The no railed tarantula really only u Ktjmntlt! lmsh ppiiler, tint none I lie ley ilmitrerons lieeauso of tho iiifNimmer Ih deelileilly cniiimim. rVor'ionn urn nnno too ram In tlm wintliern mrllniis of tlm territories ami in nil oarls iviitipnl of 7 to K indie lonn lllo fri'HIH'Ilt mill lieiwliliorly. Hut llio chief iliHlinellnn of tlm region ill till reKlei't the n nirn of the iiiehu eiiat", tho demlliest Biinko in North Ainerieii. The piehn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 June 1894

mm VOLUME 3. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1B9I. NUMUEK 7. glitUvaritt (Tim (Tnl'lr. LTKALO. KocllKSTKU & 1T1TS- lU Htill HAILWAY. The hurt lint' Ivi'twcrn liiillul, Itliluwny, llrtiilfnrtl, itliuiiiiiirK. Ittiffiilu, nrlu"ti'r, Miiintrti FhIIh nml point In the upiier nil ri'illon. on ii lid nfii'i- Xnv. mill. I0:i. niiixi'ii- ir trHlii will nt-rlvr nml ili'pini from I'iiIIm tci k Million, ilnllv. t'Xi'l'lit filiiilnv. lift fol low : 7.10 A M.t 1.30 n. m.s ntnl T in p. ni. At i t tr niiiilntltiiiM from 1'itii.xi.iilimui'y nml lllit Him. 8:INI A. M. Hufliilti nml Kit I i -it i n nlll or It iin'k nil v villi', IIIiIitwiiv..IoIiii'oiiImiih.Mi. Ji'Oi'll. llnnlfiilil, H;iliitniiliru. Hull nl. i nml ItiMiiiili'r: riinmvlliiu nl .Inlili-iililililit Willi I'. ft E. trnln II. for Wilms, Kimc, Wiii-rcn. ferry mid Kiii'. 7:4 A. M.I l,4. p. in. i nml 7.:m i. m. Ai'totii moiliillon I'or Syki'K, IIIk Hun nml l'liim- MltllttttrV. 8:l I. M. Iliiiilfoiil A mono limit l I i i Hi'i'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. — 20 June 1894

FAVORS A NATIONAL UNION KNIGHTS OF LABOR SCHEME. All Genuine Labor Organisations To B United Under One Head. At Philadelphia labor circles were consid erably agitated over the news thut when Red-retory-Treasurer John VI. Hayes nnd Oener ill Worthy Foreman Bishop, of the Knights ol Labor, loft thin city Buturdny to attend the big labor conference In Bt. Louls.thcy carried With them ft typewritten topy of 11 resolution calling upon the members of nil Inbor organ izations !o cense work until the miners' strike Is settled or until the Congress takes action to settle It. A telegram received from a delegate nt ft. IxhiIs stated thnt unless some rnilli'nl change was made In the programme the resolution woulil lie presented and ardently advocated by General Master Workman Sovereign, of the Knight of Labor, and thnt unless the temper of the eonfereneo changed It would pass with possibly hut the threo dlentlng vote of the locomotive engineer. The res olution which contemplate the most nndan I...

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