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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 July 1894

LATEST NEWS SUMMARIZED FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. What la Transrlrina the World Over. Important Event Briefly Told. JtMTKM, Accm AMD rATAMTir.S, A bout containing twontv-four Common' a-paloin wb. cnpKlrod while attempting; to mnu nmipr iiniimiiim strwt trlilp, Oloatia, n-u., mm t-iKui-tn were tirowneu. WAMH1NOTOH, fontlnnanwa until otherwise) ordered ot the experimental free delivery postal servlne It the following places ha boon authorized' Ky Acting First Assistant 1'ostmMter OeneraJ l.amari Kutrtown, ra.t HhnemBkersvllle, re, M rrl mn it , L'mnnri. Mb . t.nlitHrfnii Pa.) Terra HIH. 1'a.i Davis, W. Va , and Bor- WK'S, ra. CHIMES ASD rr.!AI,Tll!S. T.ft. Mnynnrd and Ollbcrt Kant left a valine sotitalniug tl.100 In their hinrirv ncarOmciis- bnrg, Iml., while they jrent swimming In nn adjacent stream. When they came out the uumvy was gone. James H. Burn, ex-nuriltor of Hamscy county, MIiiii.. haa lieen arrested on the chance o( defrauding the county treasury out t (a.KOfl on a false. I'lnl...

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

A F LA SI II N T 1 1 E N I ( i IT SIGNALS OF LIGHT AT FIRE ISLAND AND THEIR ANSWERS. now New I Hont In From IVf Through ttw IfcirlctM-nn nml t.lvpn nnl Iroprly At flnvi-il - The rilutliiMitii nml tli Lonrly Wntrhrr on Hip ltrnt-h on til Tiohoat. Browed Fimely nwny in hln littlo tow er nt I'iro ihliinil, tho iiuin who nlwayn ha hi wenthor eye open mvper tiro horizon with hi nlfrht fflnss, wntohina; nml wiiitin'. IVsido him is his lint of Vessels homirt to tlio frrent port of which the flaming hoaeon way nhovo liis lienil is ono of the sentinels, nief fill nrnnnd nro tho moiinititf of tlio distant tmrf, tlio trealdiiK of waves on the heaeh nt hi feet nml the whistle of the wtnil ns it rddies mid fwi'iIs nronnil the tower nnd hunt) lamp nt its top. Minute nftcr ruin nto passes nwny, each ono innrked by n ip-enf henni of light sent out ovit tho Waters. Hudilenly there comes from tho wrath cast, ns if thrown up hy tho ocean, n gleam of red red, the daiiRer signal, but tho wntehiT Is not ...

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

mm VOLUME 3. REYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 111, l9t. NUMHEK 10. fttiiHronA Ctmc Coble. HUKKAI.O, KK 1IKSTKU .S; I TITS i HlHOll HA1IAVAY. The short line between H11II11K Itlduwny, Hrnilfnrd, (n In miin-. Itiitlnln. It.iclic-tcr. Micrnrn Vii 1 1 mill iliili in the upper nil rcirliui. On lllld nfier Xnv. I'llli, lW. pnsmn ircr lriiln will iirilve unit ilepmi finin I nllt I'm k Ktiilhiii, iliilly, cuecpl .iiiidny, n fol low: .10 A M.: t.'inji. m.i nnil ?.ii p. m. ,i 1 1 n -. nifMliitluli. limn riinxsiitiiunev iiml Hit: Him. rt:M A. V. HiHIiiIii tied Iter 1 i n "HI " llneknv illo. l(lilswnv..liiliniiiiliiirir.Mt. Jewell, liriul r ii il, . 1 1 u r 1 1 1 1 1 1 . : i . Iliitlalo mill KoclicMcr; conncrl IliK lit .ImIiiimiiiIiiiiu with I', V.. t I'll I r ;t, fin WIIi-nJi, Kane, Wnrrcli, I'lirrv tinil Krle, l: Ti A. .M.i l.l'i p. in.! nnil r.:m p-in- A m- nHiilnlloii . I'm hj l.es, Hit; Kim nnil I'iiiiv - sulnuncv. 8:'2n I'. M. Ilriidfnrd Aefiiniimi it lit I I III IJi hlrco, llt.nl....

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

THE RAILROAD STRIKE. THE END NOT YET IN SIGHT. Report! From Various Points Through out the Country. r-rn nr.niwTr.n. The rdcrnl Ktnml jury, after receiving the Instruction of United Hint" Judge tiross rtip returned Indictment against K. V. Delis, president of tho Amcrlonn railway iinlon, leorgc W. Howard, It vlcc-prcldent,S)lvea- tor Kclehcr, secretary, and L, W. Rogers, one ot It directors, an ehortly thereafter the four mm wore arrested. They are charged with conspiracy to commit na imhiwfiil act, thnt In. to block thn iiriiKnw of thn lulled Htatc mnll. Joined In the Indictment with the (our leaders wn .lame Miirwin.tho Mock Island striker who threw thn switch which derailed n mail train nt lllno Island nn thn night or .Innn HI), licit.. Howard, Kelohor and Roger wore tnkon Into thnolTIco of Dis trict Attornny Mllehrist Immediately after their arrest nml after a few hoars' detention witk released on hull 'by Judge Orusacup, tbulr bond being 10,000 each. TO AIIANOO 1TI.1MA. Thn Chi...

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

THE MAGIC WIRIL Elcctricitl Curronta R8 an Aid to Agriculture, "Wonclorrul Rosult3 of Experi ments In Franco. During the past yenrllrothcr I'aulin, l)iriM'tor of 1 lie Agricultural Institute of Hiuvnls, France, htn been making electrical experiments, in tho promo tion of horticulture, ntul, if they con timid ft they liavo Im'kiiii, they iiiiint lmvo a great influence on tliu fooit sup ply of tho futnro. Professor I'aiilin'ii experiment wos almost an Himilo in its method an Franklin s appliances for drawing lightning from tho clouds. In tho luiilillo of the ground selected for lii purposn, tho professor erected a t:ll polo on which there was nn ordi nary lightning roil, with a wiro brush attachment to cittuh tho atmospheric electricity nml convey it to tho earth. Attached to tho rod wero wires which carried tho ciirrnnt along tho ground nd nndur the vegetables ho hud planted. All tho former and wine acres, who, liko their father, had been carrying their grist to mill with tho grain i...

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

Wit jt &tav. iSti'ixcridiiiii it.RO )'r inii', in mftwicr. V. A. ftrr.l'IIKniRO, Killtor nrt I'nb. AnlnfliHniltnt liwnl pnHr, iwltlMirilnvr'rjf Wmlni'mhiv iU HfynnMivlHiv Ji'ffi'rinn l'n. 111., iIi'voiimI to thn lniiritn of ltiymMvllle Ann .li'nVi-mmi'ininlv. NMwMilhli-nl, ttllllrcnl, nil with fnlrnm. nnil will lxiHrl!llr frlinil y townnU (hi IhImiHiiii rln. ntwrliitlon irl.--l W1mt ypnr.ln mlmm-n. Oommiiiili'itlliiiiK IntmiiliMl for iiiilll,ml"ii tnunt Im ni'i'oinpnnliMl tty the rHr'mmnii not for niililli'nlton. hut " Kiininnli'w of (noil fiillli. Iiitwmllim n'W lli'iimmillc'llt'il. Ailvt-rlMiut rni" miuln known on HiHrn llon t tho officii In Arnoliln' llliN'k. 1,1'nulny comintiiili'nlloim nml i-hnnge of advi'i-INi'mi'iiM iilioulil ri'iirh thin iiftlm liy Mnniliiy noon. AiMivm nil fommiinli'Kllonii to (1. A. Hti'nh nmi, ltivnolNvHI, KulxriMl hi the MMlotlli'o nt HcynolilnvlIlK, Pa., km mil 1'lnnN nmll nintli'r. Onn thought bofnni nn art.lun In tiffon mom valunliln tlinn nmny th...

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

flrti Star. Subscription $1.60 per year, in advance. C. A. ITKHIItHOHi Kdltor an Pub. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, IBM. RVdVflf' Wttlbs. Passenger train arrive and leave Keyn oldsvllle as folhiwsi Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Trnln, - - S.44 a. m. Train 6,- - 7 40 a. m. Trnln I, - l.no p. m. Train J, 143 p.m. Trnln 3, S.M p. m.Tmln 10. - B.4S p. m. Vlearfleld d Mahoning liailway. Train No. TO, leaves at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrive at 7. p. m. niTwoi.osviu.a rosr-orncs. Malls arrive and leave the pout-office a follows: Arrive. Impart, nan thi wsst. ron ni at. MS p. m. - 7.nn p. m. 112 30 p. m - - d.Wp. m. FROM TPS It ART. I M tlHWHT. I. nn a. m. .a p. m . 17.15 a. m. - l is p. m. Arrive from Kathmel and Preacnttvllle II. lcla.m. Arrive from Panic Tuesdays,' Thurdaya net Saturdays at 1.H0 p. m. Departs for I'rencottvllle, Bnthmel, Panic 1.01) p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. to '.Oft p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7 sod m. Register office open from 7.00 a. 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. — 18 July 1894

LITTLE CLOVER BLOSSOM. It sloops wllliln n casket rnre i 'Tin twined about within ribbon fnlr, And Just on strand ot ahlnluit hair ' 1 hut llttlo clover blossom. Onn solnee swoet remnlns n-Hlnim From youthful piensurn's withered beam t t wakes aiinln lord's early dream Tim! lltt Is clover blossom. A llttlo clover blossom 1 'lis natutht at nil to you, , Hut more thnn gold Or Bonn untolil I prliso Hi faded hue. It breathes of mora nnd mountain brooks, Of birds and bees and flowing nooks Tie worth a world of musty book, Thiit little olover hloesom. I prlite it moat ol nil I ins Ilxcsuso It hrlnga Id girlish gloe The boniiie lass who Rave It me Tbnt little clovor blossom. A llttlo clover bloaaom I It wields a wondrous power No words can tell Ita inured apnll v Tbnt little faded tlower. ' Samuel M. Teck, in Atlanta Journal. A MISUNDERSTANDING. HIE world is full of misunderstand ings. Now, a misunder standing is an awk ward thing the sort of thing that sometime makes shipwreck of lives th...

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

Indian Single Etplnlnricl. Miraculous ns the feats performed by the 7nilnn Juggler appenr to the onlooker, thore Is no doubt that thej can all be reisonably explained. The disappearance of a living belnir from a basket In a plare where trap-doors, concealed exits or collusion were Im possible, seems Inexplicable; yet the writer, quite by accldot., detected the way In which this trick Is done. A Juggler stepped at Madras onto the deck of a Peninsular Bnd Oriental Company's steamer, and offered the company assembled, who were loung ing about highly bored by the old method of coaling, If they would sub scribe, to show tlu'm something bet ter than common Juggling. The col lection, of course, was forthcoming at once; he cleared a space on the deck, and told his wifo to lie down. The young woman, who may hate weighed seven stone, but more prob ably six, lay down, and her husband placed over her a shallow, flat basket, with a handle at the back, exactly resembling the baskets used for veg ...

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

CHICKENS CAN TALK. PROFESSOR HAMERIK SAYS SO, AND HE IS AN EXPERT ON THE SUBJECT. gome Odd h Intatmtlng fart Abont Ititrnyiird Fowls Bomtrm mm We-11 tut ITcna Ari Orrnt flmnlprm-lnlile Infor ttintlnn Abont Crnwln(r. Tlt plml.ma thnt Prnfi-wir Humor SiiioovtTiHl in Africa nwl which hoclninm fnn talk a readily n lininnn Miiks will hnvo to look to their lanrels, for I"ro fewmr Ahjjit Hiimcrik of the, PenlMKly Inxtitnte of lialtimoro has tiinrto tho :lineovery thnt hens and riHHters of tho srdinary Imiuyiml lirovl hold protracted and interesting con versa! ions with each atlicr. Tho careful attention ho has Klven to tho sutijeet has not lieon in vain. Al thnnyh he has not yet advanced so far in his researches as to lie aide to discnsfl tho topics of the clay with his chickens, ho has learned enotiKh to ho nhlo to tell what a lien means when sho cack les, whether it is for a newly laid crr or merely a tale of woe or a pn?an of triumph over the discovery of a fresh worm or a juicy Rraisho...

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

VOLUME 3. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1!M. NUMHEIt 11. Uittlrouli (Tim frrtblc. ttWAtsOt KOCUKSTKU & PITTS- 1 hl:u(;m haiiavay. The l,(rl line liHwren hnllnK Tildwny, Hnulfnrd. ,yiiliitntthrii, ItulViihi, liorhrstrr, Niiiunru Full iiimI ptilnt In lliu upper oil rvirliMi. On htifl nftcf Nov. HMli, nit ri per triitnw (II imtventwl (lepnrt from Fulls reeh Mill Inn, uniiy. ee, Mihfliy, lis rl I.IO A M.: 1.30 p. m.; mid 7,no p. m. Ai n n nuHlMtloiiH from I'uiixwul iiw m-y n net IHir Hun. 8:M A. M. ltnnnlo titiri Korlit -.let- nuill l i t IttiH-kwuy villi, lildirwiiy .lolin-otil.iirir.Ml. .Irvrtt. lirnilfonl. S:il:ininiH':t, Huflu li mikI litviieMrr: I'oniirrt itm ui .lohiiMtnluiiu with P. K. trii in ;t, for Wilcox, Kane A in ren, I'orry mill Krfe. 1:4S A. M.; 1,4." p. in.: nnil 7.."H p. ni. Arrnta modntloti I'm Sykes, Hiu Kun timl Punx nt:i w new H:2 I. M. 1inMlfi.nl A.vim-inio rt n l'i id'i Iteechl ree. llmekwuyvllle, Klltriont. "nr- tnon, ICI'lsrwjiy, .luhnmnhunc, J...

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

LATEST NEWS SUMMARIZED FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. What la Transpiring the World Over. Important Event Briefly Told. WASIIINOTON. The President has slgnod tho Utah statehood bill. Treasury finances iihow nn Improved con dition, dna solely to largo receipts from In ternal revenue which have reached (or the hnlf month or July H5.000.000. out of A totnl ol 20,500.0)0. The expenditures for the Mile period aggregate (18,000,000. A second exception to tho postal regula tions prohibiting the admission ot livo mil meld and insects to tho mall has boon made In the caw of Australian Indv bird" At the re nucst of the Agricultural Department thn lady birds will lie accorded postal transportation, as the ngircnlturiil officials hope to use them In exterminating scale Insects. disasters, accidents and rATALinr.8. At McKcesnort, Tit., thn National tube Works strike has been declared off. Tho men have nil n-turned to work. .T. II. Johnson August Nelson and John Plppold were drowned hy tho capsizing of 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. — 25 July 1894

AX ODD MILL Opsrutod by the Geological Survey at Washington Chiefly Devoted to Sawlup up retrlfled Logs. Thcro nre mnny novelties in tho gov eminent departments nt Washington andVspeeinliy in tho scientific bureaus. Tho most novel that hns yet boon dis' covered in a petrified lumber mill op erated by tho Geological Survoy. it an institution tlmt hns not mnny 'isitors, its location down in tho bnsc meut of tho survey bnildiuo; on F street being rnlhcr out of tho trnck of the regulation sightseer, but thcro the survey lapidaries grind thin sections of rocks and minerals of nil sorts for microscopic examination, and thcro is a bnnd saw, tho invention of tho stir voy, thnt will cut anything from hot Luttor to n quartz crystal. Lntely tho scientists have been snw- ing lip a lot of vegetable pctorfactions from Idaho. They enn curve np any thing in tho shape of petrified logs than they enn gut in front of their flawing machine. Even tho ossified man of tlio dimi mnsouin wonld not bo safe f...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 July 1894

Hulacription r witr, in minim- V. A. HTKPHKNNf. IHr and I'oli. WKDNKSDA V..UILY 2.". 1H1M. Anlndi'nr-ndrnt lorul piiHr. puMIhImmI - n y Wednd)r nt llynolilfvilhs Jffitmi ,i. 1'.. clrvoii'd to thii lnti'rMt of KoynohNvtlli' nil.1oirinni,niintjr. Nini-imlMlriil, will 1 1 ml nil with fntrni. ami will iN'mrm'tally ft Ii ihI Ijf toward the IiiInk Inif rlum. fubwrlptlon rrlmt..VltNT yenr.ln ad in-i-. iVrnimtinlraMotin lntintli'il fur poMh-iiiioti fmint ht acromnanli'd brlhw wrftrp niunr, not for niihllcnilon, lint nn a mmrntrri- if goiid fnlin. Inti'mif liif flown lti'm ill'-ltftl. Advert Wn ratrw mnilo known on applli'ii tlon at the orHre In Arnolds' Hlia'k. Lenahty enninrnnlratlorm and rhnii'. v of -advert Ur'mentft nhonld reai'h llila ofltii' liy Monday noon. Addre all I'ommnnlratlon to (J. A. Miph nann, KnvnoliNvllle, 1'n. Entered nl the poiioflW at Reynold- !He, Pa., an aerond rlam mall matter. It la catlinnted that tlio loaa oniif-il liy the rnll road atrlko will bo over floo,n(io. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 July 1894

Star Sulmrription $t.SO per year, in advance, O. A. KTKPIIKNMIIH, Kdltor and Pub, WEDNE8DAY, JULY 25, 1894. Tvavtltve' PItttb. PnMnncer train arrive and leave Keyn oldvllle an follows: Allryhrny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train, - 6.44 a. m.lTraln (, - 7 40 a. m Train I, - 1.00 p. m. Train 1, -14tp. m Train S, S.M p. m.lTraln 10, - S.4A p. m Clearfield d Mahoning Raiheay. Train No. 70, leave at T.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrive at 7.a(l p. m. ittriioLrmvii.i.i rmrr-orrica. Mull arrive and leave the pint-office as loiiow: Arrive. Depart, ritna tub wm. roa tm east. 1.15 p. m. - 7 on p. m.llS p. m - - . p. m vnoM Tlllt h int. I niRTHltrir. 1.00 a. ni. 2.00 p. rn.l7.lH a. m, 1.15 p. m. Arrive from Kathmel and Prescottvllle 11.30 a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesday, Thurday anil entuninys ni p. m. lpart for lrearottvllln, Rathmrl, Panic mil), m. OmV hour 7.00 a. m. to. 00 n. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to T.mi p. m, iRiier omce open rrom ?.uu a. m, tos.on p. m. Legal Ho...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 July 1894

THE OOl tirN PIDF. Thor In many a rest m llui mad of llti If wn niily would atop to liikn II , Ami mnnjr a Innn from tlm tHlnr land, If f ho ipi-rulnns honrt would wnkn II, To tlm mmny mini that l lull of hop", Ai l whose linniillfiil trust ne'er fnlletli, The rn In rn and the flowers are bright, Though Ihn Willi rjr storm prcvallotll. llcttnrto hope, though Ihn elnn Ik hang loir, An1 to keep tlm eyes iillll lilted I For Ihn wnet lihw nkjr will noon rump through, When thn ominous etnuda urn rlfln I, Thnrn was nnvnr a nlnlit without n day, Nor an "veiling without a morning Ami th dnrkmt hour tho proverb goo, I tha hour Imfem the dawning. Thnrn' many a gam In thn p ill) nf life, Which w pint In our Mln pleasure, That l rh-linr fur thnn thn Jeweled oruwu, t)r thn miser's honr.li 1 treasure , It nmy hntlin lorn of it lltllo child, tr n mothnr'ii prayer to hnsven, Or only a heggnr'a grateful thnukt For a cup of water given. Hotter to weave In thn wnli of Ufa A nrlglit im I Ion tilling, A...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 July 1894

Tlio Nub the llmt. It If urolmMo that ninety nlno out of every luo farmers In this country havn tho habit of bIicIIIiik oil the up puri itly defective (trains ot tho butt and nubs of their seed corn, and (latin only the rull shaped prultu Iron, the middle of tho cur. Till re cently this p notice has never been questioned hut actual experiments sometimes reveals errors In our most cherished traditions and customs, and 40 it may he In tho selection of corn to plant An Intelligent writer In luo American Cultivator has tin "Agricultural Item" that saves tho nuts und butts of the ears that tor a colli le of centuries havo been cast aside as no Rood. "Most farmers, In selecllnit their seed corn," says tho wrlicr, "break oil the tip ends of the ears, cspeclully those where the sralns are cither Imperfect or mal formed. It Is probably truo that corn from tho lmpe:tertly developed tips cannot produce strong, vigorous plants. Hut there are some kinds of corn which, In favorable scusons, fill ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 July 1894

AttlUO INTJIK DESERT SURPRISING DISCOVERY OF A TRAV ELER IN DEATH VALLEY. A Mmi Conntnieteil unit Fltlnl t'p Veavl on a Ksnily Waste Iteeame lis Want to Ho Itisily When llm Water Rises, m'ITo Firmly llellevrs It Will. "One nf Hip (nwt nnd mrmt snrprls liiK sights 1 ever Haw in nil my vrninler. Inn over tlm rllls of thl country," cnlil K. (!. Trnvrr, ft well known pros pector nnl civil engineer, n few ly nn "wns n newly constructed 1Hk ly Iiir on tlio floor of Dcnth valley. And it in there yet, no tlint nnyliorty cnu seo it "When I first saw it, I was nliiuiHt paralyzed. I could not liclievo iny eyes and thought I must have nisert through onto r.irntnl lunsentid wns not in Death Viillcy nt nil. l!nt, otter gnxliift nt, the striinu olijert n few minute nud then looking nnmnd 1110 nud seel tin tlm wastes of ImrniiiK snmU und fcoliiiK tho hot hivntliof tho desert wind, I knew that everything idiuut niowas niostrenlistio ally rent "It wan liy tho merest ehnneo that I ran across tho vesse...

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

VOLUME 3. REYNOLPSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1894. NUMI5EK 12. BUFFALO, KX'11KKTKU & 1UTTS UUHUH HAIMVAY. Thrh(iH Him hrfwcrn PuKoK Kirtitwny, 1trndforl. Snliiinniirii. IttifTiilu, Km'Ih'm)T, Nlfiirnrn FiiIIh inifl point?. In the uivr nil On nnd nfinr .Turin ITili, 1MM. pn-pn-prr trains will tirrfvt mirl lti:irt from FjiIK Crvek mathm, iliiily, rarrpt hunclity, tin fnl- ttVO P.M. nm ft.W p. m. ArrnninHwlntlorn friini I'tinxsiitnw ni'V nnd Hla Knit. 8:50 A. M . HulTiilnnml l(iH-h4tir Tim U Vnt HrtM'kwavvllli'. Khljrw hy...oliiiniilnrnMt . .Irwi't f , lirmir nil , In tinmen, Itnllnlo ntul Kth'hrsfrr; nmmvtin;: I .lolntvmlnirir with P. & K. tnitn :i, for Wlli'iix, Katio, M niTi'it, Con v ii nil Krl 10:ft.'l A. M. A'oniinfKltloti .'or Hyki', Htj: Ktm nml Piinxsiitnw rnv. ti:ttO P. M HiiMlfoid ,.'c..ruriMMlut Ion Tor Hi Iittfc. 1tiiM'kwn Hie, Kllnmnt. ur- mtn. KMtrwiiy, .Inhnmhutjr, Mt.Jrwi-lt mid Itnulfdrd". 5:14 P. M. Mull -Tor PuPoN, Hykr III Kim. Ptinniiiuni y nml 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. — 1 August 1894

Watc-lici, or silver, cost now l1)out otic-liulf wlmt tlii-y iiil 15 years Igo, ami tbry arc Letter watches, too. Instances of extreme oM ftge nro moro ooiiimon ntiiiiug tlmso who oxor siso themselves with gnnlouiug thnu iu uy othiT employment. Tho French Sconto has pnsaetl provision instituting nn nnnuul lioli dny in honor of Joan of Arc, which will bo celebrated on tho second Hun dny in May. A monument is to bo erected to her memory in Paris, j-. . - - - - When Admiral Foote was a1roal in any foreign port where there were any missionaries ho was accustomed to mnkc his first cnll npon them, in stato, in order to show that tho United 3tatci Government honored thoso self denying men. I - Offences in connection with tho adulteration of food are treated with greater severity in Germany than in tho United States. Under tho Ger man law, offender of this kind are invariably sent to prison. Adulterat ors aro punished with moro severity than that meted ont to pickpockets. The total number o...

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