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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 June 1894

liATHERBUREAU. taorological Science in the United States. Simple Process For Making a Weather Bureaa Washington three professional diets nro employed to foretell the ither. It is their business to lro- . wet or dry spells, hot or cold t u, Hoods and gales. It might bo veil to stnto that theso predictions not the chief business of the scr- Tho study of meteorology for benefit of the farmer is really what bureau is for. However, tired ic- find charts are issued every lve hours. 1110 making ol ft weather man is a ry simple process,- for those whoso mma It i Tn tli.i npat -ilnen tliora . Till .,nn1 .Ui ... . I. I ....... I men. nnu reports are leienrariueu f.ii tiii'iu nn nearly niuimtniieuiiniY ns iMMilil.. fiv Aluapvntinna maild at M o and 8 p. m. each day. These re- rts are in the bureau cipher, to save initial,.. As feat na 4h.iv arrivn A. nlerlr iinslates them aloud in tho presence four skilloJ men. each of whom iota iwn tho nartienlar information ho eeds on an outline map of tho U...

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 June 1894

Star iSii'(.wWi(ih $l.io per year, in arfwtmv. C. A. MTKPIIICNftON. Kdllor anal Pub. WEDNESDAY. JUNK 20, ll4. An tndopondrnt Inrnl paprr. puMUhrrtrvi'ry TVeclmvMlny Rt HpynoliNvtlli. ,ffTrnn t'o. Pft., ilcvoiort Irt thi ln!i'ivit of KynohNvlllo ftnn .TcffrrjMmi'iiiinty. Nnn-pnlltlrAl, will t rent nil with fnlrnnw. ana will h.HspwlnHjr frlontl ly towards thp liittnrlnit rlana. Snlwrlptlim prlrpI.SOM'rypnp,ln ixlvnnrp. Communication IntPTMlcrl for puhllratlnn muM l accompanied by tho wrltor'a mime, not for ntihllf niton, but an a miarnntrn of good fnltli. IntprpMln nw Items aollcltcd. AdvcrtNlnir rnten mndn known on applica tion at the office In Arnold' Hlock. Lontthty communication and rhanffn of ftdvortlMmontn ahould rpaih thla office hy Monday noon. Arilrc all commiinlcatlona toO. A. Stcph nKon. KcvnohNTllle, Pa. Kiitemf at the pontofflce at Kcynoldnvillo, Fa., an woond claw mall mntter. It la estimated thnt ton million dol lars ha been lout In Wnp during the present nltnmlnnn coal...

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 June 1894

Srtl ft Star Subscription $1.60 per year, in adranee. C. A. HTKPimWOW. Kdttor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1804. errawrletre' Wt. Passenger trains arrive nd loave Koyn oldsvtlle mi follows-. Allegheny Valley Eailicay Eastward. Westward. Train, - - M4 a. m.lTrnln - -7.40 a. m. Train 1, - - l.OOp. m. Train !, - 142 p.m. Trains, - - 0..W p. m,Traln 10, - 4H p. m. Clearfield A Mahoning Unilieay. Train No. 70, leaves at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrives at 7.3ft p. m. B.KTBoi.nsvn.i.1 rosr-orrios. Malls arrive and leave the post-office follows: Arrive. Depart. vrom Tn wkst. ron Till KAT. l.lfl p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.lH.SO p. m - S.inp. m. bom Tna ast. roK tub wrs-r. I. 80 a. m. - - J .00 p. m.U.lH a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from Kathmel and Prescottvllle II. 30 s. m. Arrives from Funic Tuesdays, Thurdaya and Hiiturdnys nU.HO p. m. IVpsrts for I'rescoHvlllo, Rnthmel, ranlc J.ooji. m. Office hours 7.00 n. m. to R.oO p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.80 p. m. Ki-itlster offic...

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 June 1894

SHUTTERS, TThen yon lire darkened, And your fate do plore, Rise seek to mske the mm of sorrow 1ms i And life's true meaning, unporeelrod before, Will duwn from out t lie now unselfishness. flhuttora ot soil close the complalner's view But somo small aotlon for another's weal Will stir their hlnitos, nnil a ray break through Which (hull glimpse ot Duty's (ace reveal. Each earnest service tor humanlly Will set sell's ihntten more and more ajnr; Flooded with God's own light the tool will be, When thrust wide open with good deeds they are. . Charlotte Flk Bates, la Harper's Bazar. THE HIDDEN TREASURE. R. VAN DEB veldt' wife and daughter had gone to the theatre, and the city man had been dining alone, having arrived home rather late, with a beaming countenance and a bulged pocket. He M lazily follow ling with half- cloned eyes the wreaths of oigar smoke -which floated out through the open French window, when a rap fell upon the door of the room. "Come in," said Mr. Vanderveldt, alill fol...

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 June 1894

ANCIENT HISTORY. The Chicago Craning Newt Tells of the Rise of St. I-ools. St. Louis now claims a population of 600,000, which, It supported by figures, makes the Missouri metrop olis the fifth In size of the larje cit ies of the United Hates. Pt Louis was founded In the year 3001 B. G by a protoplasm who was off tats feed and didn't care what he did. Having started the place, how ever, he didn't feel like lenvlng and did not leave until he discovered that It was no place for a live, go-ahead proto and he left. As nothing was ever heard of him afterward, It Is be lieved by eminent authorities that he went up Into the Ozark hills and kicked himself to death for having boomed such a town. About the twentieth century, K C the Ma Mr. Chedorlaomer made an expedition to St. Louis and up to the day of his death he regretted It In his memoirs he says: "Of all the dead, pastrdue burgs that 1 ever honored with my presence St. Louis takes the cheese. " Mr. Chedorlaomer was a close observer and...

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 June 1894

A PlOXKKIt SKKTCII. A TOUCHING TALE OF A BURIAL IN THE WILDERNE89. The Lonely Clra.ni nf l.lttln Until, Which W Cerrtl For tie Kimm Klnilly llnnil for Thlrfjr-flvii Vrara A Mother' Awrul (Irlrf A linnet A tone In the. Fnreiil. Intho yriir IN?". 11 stonily afronm of Immigration wiw flnwliiR Into thn terri tory of MiohiKiin. The over rt-Htli-BH poo Jilo of tlio oust hml lienril wonilorful nto-1-ie of tlionliutitliiiieeof until" mid xrvnt fertility of noil to Ihi fouml In tlio lii'W territory, niul tlio Htnrily, nilvontnn iiomo fiirmorn of rocky New EiikIuhI worn msliin their way wontwnnl, with thn Iiiim of limliiiK thn Kl Dorittlo ot their (lrcnniM. Detroit, nt thin time, wiw n iy;lit tc. lieliolil. Its HtiXH'tH wero tlirontfeil with thn covercil wiioiih of thn lmnitKTiuitM. Hunter" mill luiliaiiH, lialf hreeilit mill KolilierH wero minli'il in noliilotie iiihhh. Amoiifi. the (front tliroitKof liomoHeck era tlnit left. Detroit on thn 2il iluy of Mny, 1H0H, wero Initio Ilurrin, hiKWifn...

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 June 1894

Wm VOMJMK 3. JtEYNOMWVILLK, TIONN'A., WEDNESDAY, ,lt'NK27, 19I. NUM. IKK 8. llitllroitti CI tit r Fnilr. t:i-"KAI.. lioCIIKHTKIt A PITTS- lUmill HAIIAVA V. The short line Is'twccn I n MoIm , lOdutftiy, Hrndforil, Siilumiiiii'ii. Iliinnlci, llochesier, Miiutirtt rail timl ihiIhim Iti the upper oil ll'lllnll. tin nnd lifter Nov. IMih, lsi:i, pnssi'ii- fcr llulus ulll iiiTlvennd ilei:ol from lulls 'reek mi til tint, flit My. execpl Siinilny, im fol lows: 1. HI A M.s t p. in.! mill T.im p. in. Ai n ti -iiiimIhiIoiis fitiin l'iiusiit:mnfy nnd llltr (in. H .MI A. M. IliilValn and lliu' I mi i n n Ml i t llriK'kna.v villi'. lllilu'niiv..lnliiHiiiliiii u.Ml. .li'Wi'll, Itrailfiit-il.Nnlatiiaiti'a. Itiitlnlo mid Knehcslcr; collhci'llnig III .1 lllllt 1(1 lilt I IT Willi P. A I". train :i. frir YI.o, l;mr, H linen, I 'orry it nil lle, ,t: 15 A. M.i l.l."ip. in.: unit ;.:io p. in. A mi- inodnttnu I'm SyKcs, Hit; lEuii anil l'iin siitnwnev. 11:110 I'. M.' Ill ailriinl Afcoinnio il aili i 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. — 27 June 1894

STRIKERS DO NOT RESIST. RIOTOUS MINERS VANISH At the Coming of Troop. Con! Compnnlei Will Now Start tip anil Pay Less Than They Intended. ' The State troop took possession of (tm Ilcl. Lewis A Yntos "ill property nt Vnltoii Adrlnti mid Anlln, m-nr Piiiixsiitnwuuy, I'll, mi Frhlny morning, without n pr (-( front (Iib foreigners win) hnve been termrMiiji thnt end o( Jefferson county for (h iuii( fen day. Til" (roops came 111 nil special Irnlns. Wlill" coming (Mm different directions, tin entire coiiimnnd nrrlved nt exncdy dm muni lime, nnd In live minutes niter their nrrlvu tin' soldiers were ilrnwn up In battalions il: the wi-st end of (nwii. Each wns served with n tin n( lilin'k cnlTee nml a piece of dry I refill. Brig. (Inn. John A. WIImjt assumed corn, ni'inil, mill nt o'clock dm, men ipt march, pit tu WiilHtmi n 1 1 . 1 A'lrlnn. I h-- Italians nml Hungarians who hud ! doing Picket duty about tlm Ml" works. iiml who had I n com. "lllriir American strikers to assist thni, (I nt the...

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 June 1894

AN ARSHNIC MINI;. Method of Obtaining the Deadly Drug. Its Production Is Not Unhealthy to the Miners. Many points of interest aro brought out in a description in a technical journal nf the way in which arsenic is olttii noil from one of the most fiiiiionH mines in England, the Devon Great Consuls. Tlio mine was originally worked for copper alone, and would have been abandoned but for the dis covery that the wnsto thrown out as Worthless wheu copper writs sought proved rleh in arsenic Although cop per in Btill raised, it is in small quanti ties, nnd the miue has been resolved Into nn arsenio works. The arsenical pyrites consist of 25 to 30 per cent, iron, 12 to 14 per cent, of arsenic, and the rest of earthy matter. After Wing crushed this is sorted by girls of from 13 to 10 years of ge. It is then washed and "jigged", or sifted, and pius 'd on to the first calciner, where it is burned with low class coal, and produces "arsenic soot" so mixed with smoke soot from the coal as to lie g...

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 June 1894

fChe Star Nultmtription $l.M per iienr, in tutrnnre. fl. A. ftTKPIIKNfcON, fcdlior and Pub. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. 1W4. An ttif1cH'mlf,nt liwnl pniwr. puhllntirri every Weflnpwitnjr nt ltfynnMMVIMtt, .leirnrmtn To. Pa., ilevoteil to the lnlrta of ltyiiilfivlllct ntl .It'tTi-rwinriHHitjr. Nim-pnllt li-al, will tri-nt with fntrno, find will he eieilnlly frleml ly townnl the liilmrlnif rlnHn. SiilMcrlptlim prli-pf I.MtHr enr,ln ndvimrfi, (.'oninitinlrHtlotm Ititeinlfil for tinlillrntton muni Iw lu'rontpnnled hythn writer' nnme, not for piihlli-ntlon. luit nit it fninrnnti-n of good faith. Interesting news Item millrlteil. AUvertMn rule mndn known on applica tion nt the ortVn In Arnold' lllix k. Irnvhty rommnnlrntlonp nnd rhrtnre of ftdvprtlfMmpnU nlionlU rem'h thin ofHVe hy Monday noon. Addrv" rII fommiinlmtlonii to 0. A. Htpph TiMin, Kpynoldxvlllp. I'a. Entereif nt the ncMtoftli-p nt ttpynoldnvllln. Pa., m HPi'ond clntw mnll mutter. If yon have r frlpnd worth Invlnn, l.ovp him. ye, nnd l...

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 June 1894

ffifrg Tfr Stan Subscription $1.50 per year, in adranct. C. A. RTKPHKNRONi Kdltor and Po. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1804. traveler' tntt. Pamenrer train arrive and leave Keyn- olrtmlllo as follow! Allegheny Valley Raihray. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - fl 44 a. m.lTrnln A, 7.40 a. m. Train I, - - 1.(10 p. m. Train 1, - 1.42 p.m. Train 8, - .7 p. m.lTraln 10, - 8.4ft p. m. Clearfield d Mahoning Raiheay. Train No. 70, tram at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrive at 7.M p. m. navnoi.osvti.i.i ponT-omca. Mall arrive and leave the post-office at follow: Arrive. Depart, raoa tub wbkt. roams sast. I. 15 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 111.30 p. m - 0.(0 p.m. TROM TRRRAST. MB I1IIWWT. (.00 a. m. - 1.00 p. m.7.1t a. m. 1.1A p. m. Arrtvea from Rathmel and Prearottvllle II. 80 a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdaya nil Saturday at I HO p. m. Departs for I'rencottvllle, Rathmel, Panic .00j. m. Office honm 7.00 a. m. to a.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7. B0 p. m. Register office open from 7....

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 June 1894

Tho debts i(th! world arc estimated kt $150,000,000,000. Oermnny'n proportion of suicides is larger thnn thnt of any other Europ ean country, It is oatimated thiit 1y improper methods in tho Pennsylvania mines 30 to 40 per cent, of tho anthracite coal was formerly lost. A railroad train in Spnm rectiitly made a run of twenty-five mile in a littlo over an hour, ami, according to the New York Trilmne, the papers are full of jubilant article about the ac bicvenicnU H. Eider Haggard, tho novelist, had bought a weekly newspaper printed in London, known as the African Ro view, which he proposes to devote to the interests of South Africa. Mr. Haggard in an nncompromitiing sup porter of British rule in Africa, aud believe that the Boer power in the southern part of the Dark Continent in doomed. i A member of the Leeds (England) Chamber of Commerce introduced a resolution at a meeting of that body a fortnight ago that the government be asked to put the big, expensive navy to some good practi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 June 1894

Vnlnnhle I'lrrka. Some one pia and one of the jrlrl clerks tn n largo shop to the hend oj tlic department, laying that she whs o modest am no pleasant, while so obliKlntt, that Mho serine, I nn Ideal person for the lnco, "iTom your tundpolnt. yes" was the rep'y, "but hardly trom our own. She hns all the good points that ou mention, and which I iroo l,be perfect saleswoman should not bo without. Hut she does not xoll (foods cnoiiRh to suit us. 1 mean she doe not he p people to make up their mind and tret them out or tho way and some one else in their places. The ideal clerk docs t hat without pushing or forwardness. You would searcoly believe how de pendent most customers are upon others' Juitumont, and how much qulet assistance they reiu re In order to faclliate business. The mot val uable cleric Is that one who can ren der this help without appearing to do anything nioro than offer the stud for others' nholce." New Ysrk Jour. oaL Thn Roman Hparte. The spade used by the Roman teaant...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 June 1894

MUST HE A DIPLOMAT. NO OTHER KINO OF MAN CAN BE A SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR. Not Only Klrkrra at Largo, bnt ftimrm, flomnnmhnlffitfi unit Tatkr-rn Vrs the Long Watches of III Nlftht-Rigid Exnmlnfr tlun nf Applicants For th ronltlnn. No mnn who Is not n horn fliplomnt pood apply for A position nil A slnrpinn jtr comlnetor. It will ho timo lost for him. Ho rimy hnvo nil tho other qnnli tips that would tnnko liim n unrcciw nt anything clso, lint tiiilrm ho hns that peculiar mid indrfiiinhlo nlaility to tfot hIoiik woll with nllsorts nnd conditions of mr-ii, which Is callrd diplomacy for wnnt of a latter term, ho lmd bettor keep oft tho Hlcepinjj cars mid trtko np something ensier, sneh ns lnw, niedicino or tho ministry. Tew of tho tlinnsnnrls who nightly nloop nt tho rnto of 40 miles nn honr or thcrvnnonts ronlizo how well tho mnn who has clmrjroof tho enr in which they nlocp looks nftor thoir comfort directly nnd indirectly. They think it is nil tho work of the porter, whom theyrewnrd nc...

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 July 1894

1 VOLUME 3. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PKNN'A., AVKDNESDAY, JULY 11, HUM. NUMItKIl J. llitllvotttt frlm frabl. lUl'TALO. linCIIKH'IT.U PITTS- IP (ill HA11AVA V. Theslmrl llnr lietwein IMillnl", Hlilitwny, Hnulfnrd, Niiliittitium, Itiittnlit, lliM-heiter. Miiuiiiii Villi iiimI pnlnls In tin upper oil M'flin. n nnd lifter Nov. imli, I":!, ptien iner 1 rn In Mill m ilie mid tleptitt fi'imi lull "i k 1iilltui, dully, cxrcit Ntiniluy, iih fol low: 7.10 A M.: 1.20 11. m.t "ml T.mi p. in. Am n -tnfiiliitliin frtim runiitiiM ney Mini lllir Kun. 8:MI A. M. Iltilhilu nnil l!. i- 1-. -ti t ii nlll i i liriM'kwn vvlllr. Uli(!r!iv..lilin-'iihiiiif.Mt. .! t , lliinlloi.l, Piilnuiiiui'ii. Hull 11 In nnil Km'lii slri ; r.ii Ilim III .liiliniinliinu Bitli I'. ft V.. tniln II. fin Wllriiv, Kiltie, iiniMi. Cm rv unit l''.i'li. T:41V A. M.t 1,4.1 p. in.; nnil 7:. p. in. A tn- Inndittliili l iit yltio, 1 1 1 ix Hun unci I'unx- I1IW11I'V. Slid I'. ,M. Hiiidfnlil A tninnil lilli till Ilriehliie. lltiM'kniiyvllli', 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. — 11 July 1894

MARTIAL LAW DECLARED . - . BY PRESIDENT CLEVELAND- Ho Order Chicago Under IClllltary .tuf-t leforn midnight Htindny I'twliltnt C'ovolninl bailed thn following: Proclamation f!y tire President of tho t'nlted Mute. Whereas. Ily reason of unlawful file vtructloim, combination nnd nsscmblngi' ol be n It h Ivmim Impracticable In thn iiiiHiiii'iit of thn president f enforce by thn ordinary course of Judicial proceedings thn laws of the United Wales within thn Htntn of Illinois nnd csH-clally In the city of Chlcngo within snid Htnteinnd, Whereas, 'J hut the purpose of enforcing 1h fnlthtul execution of Ihn law of ihn Inlted HI til in and protecting ti property and removing otistrtictiiin to thn lulled Htntc nmlls in the state and city aforesaid, ihn pn-iilnnt ha employed a .nrt of the military fore.- of thn Cubed Hinti. Now. therefore. I, (l rover Cleveland, presi dent of thn lulled Mntca, do hereby minion- '"h all g I dtlr-en ni,, all person who may I or may come wUhlu thn olty and state ...

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 July 1894

mi: annriioRSH. Bolbf That Hi Will 03133 to Bo a Beast cf Burdon, Ha Will Ba Improved For Pur poses of Spaed. Tlioro m a time when the wiry thoroithlireil of English lirceilinu;, niul iicrhniis tho Arntiinn 1nr1, wero lookc.t to nit tho surest ni-ntu for im proving tho common stock of horse flesh. Coiintil-tietiernl Jii'lil reports from Austria-Hungary tint tho Amer ican trotter in now tho favorite lirocil in iiso for improving tho uativo blooil. If Austria-Hungary onnnot ln bottur than to como to America for this pur purpose it nrguos well for tho superi ority of tho trottor. Ai n bemt of speed tho distinctive trottor Is nil ex ample of modern evolution. It in not many years since a speed of three minutes for a milo was reckoned good at a trotting gait. Now there in hard ly a farmer's son in the ooiiutry that loc not own a colt that "can clip a mile in throe minute, and not turn a hair," at least so tho young man Hays. A speed of two minutes is not only possible, but probible in th...

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 July 1894

mt Star. Subscription tl.SO per ienr, in lutmnrt. C. A. BTKPHWWWWIH. Kdltor and Pnb. WKDNKSDAY..1ULY 11, 1804. An lnilcM'nilf,nt Inral paprr, pnltHnhrd rpry Wwlnoxltijr at Hi'jmc)l(lvlll. .Icffi-rwin Co. Pa., ilnviiird to thn Inlerf t of Kcynnlifevllln Mill .li'(Tcron count jr. Nn-polltlral, will tn-at all wit h f nlrnpnn, anil will In- mpnclnlljr friend y towanU thn lalmrlnff Haft. BiiWrlptlnn irkil. Miner rear, In advanrr. Communication tntfinrirfl for ptihllratlon tnut Ih accompanied by the writer' nnmn, not for publication, hut as it guarantee of good fiiltli. IntoriMtlnK new Item aollcltcfl. Advertising rate made known on Applica tion nt the ortlca In Arnold' Block. Lenahty communication and Flianire nf Bdertliemctit Khould reach thin omVo lijr Monday noon. Addri'MH nil communication to C. A. fltcph ennon, KcynohNlllc, Pa. Kntcrrd nt thi poMolflca at Rcynoldnvllln, Pa., an second claMi mntl matter. It In dinted that It coat the pcoplo of the United 8UU 125,0(10,000 each year to...

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 July 1894

qEftc Star tbtcrijition $l.f0 per year, in adranrt.. A. RTKPHttNSON. Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1894. ermotltre' OTuik. FasnenKer train arrive and leave Royn- DKtrllle nil IOIIOWS! Allegheny Vallry RaiUray. atwnrd. Westward. 1ln, - 6.44 . m.lTraln 0, - 7 40 a.m. uln I, - - 1.(10 p. m. Train 1, 1.4!p.m. uln 3, - 6JW p. m.lTraln 10, - - I.4B p. m. Clearfield d Mahoning Railway. uln No. 70. leaves at 7.10 a. m. l'raln No. 71, arrive at 7. p. m. BITWOI.DHVII.l.I rosr-orrics. Ktnlln arrive and leave the post-office at Jllows: Arrive. impart. ton tb wrn, ron mm sast. l. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - S.?0p.m. FHON TUB fiawt. run tub wr.x. 1 a. m. - S.00 p. m l 7. Ill a. m. - 1 19 p. m. itIvok from Hathmel and I'reacottvllle lArrives from Pnnlc Tuesdays, Thnrdnys Lri HnturHitvit at l.'M n. m. IDoimrtu fur PnwcoUvlllo. Rnthmrl, Panic "0j. m. Dfnre hour 7.00 a. m. tos.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 10 p. m. Register office open from 7.00 a. m. 1 8.00 p. m. lena...

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 July 1894

HECOMPENSE. I ((? A ppliMe In the so, Thinking thnt niw morrt A lon n ltfo Is a mytry 'TwonM eomo Ine!; to the shore, 'Tw.is thin s;ie throw my heart away. It sunk Into thu spa, r.nt tltr.c l roo 1, nnil yesterday 'XwHitflvpn bnolc to me. -Tom Masson, In New York flun. Polly WartlFlasman." BY AMIKRT M. STHONO. OLLY WARD bad a grievance. Tears of nngry disap pointment alo3d in her eyes mi she Rat under tbe 1 o w spreading bran che of the old elm tree in tbe front vard of hor pretty littlo homo, end all thin had been canned by tlio big, broad-shouldered young fellow who war now mak ing hi way Across the open prairio to the "Q" round house, dinnor basket in hand aud with the usual roll of overclothes under his arm. The Brotherhood of Railroad Fire men were to give the first dance of the enson that night, and Joe Qninn, the bright young engineer, with whom Tolly had been keoping company for over a your, hail promisod to take tor, and now, just as the evening shades were falling, and it ...

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