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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 August 1894

LAUNCHING DAY Important Moment in the Career of a Battleship. A. Slight Mistake Would Cost Millions of Dollars. Albert Franklin Matthews tolls an interesting story of "The Evolution of a Battleship," in the Centnry. Thin It n history of the construction of the Indiana, bo far the only vessel of this class wo have in our navy. After de scribing tho wondorful power of this mouster, the most formidable engine of war in tho world, and tho manner of tts construction, Mr. Matthew ays : Ho tho building goes on until the launchiug day comes, and two broad ways are built up against the bottom of tho vessel, and tho keel-blocks on which it has been resting aro knocked away. In tho launch of tho Indiana Mr. Nixon ran a row of electric lights beneath the bottom of the vessel, add ing another innovation to tho details ' of American ship-building. Eich launching way consists of upper and lower planking, between which is spread thousands of pounds of the best tallow. At the bow of tho boat these 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. — 1 August 1894

Butmcriptiim $1.60 jwr irnr, in advance. C. At ftTKPHKftmON, F.dllor mill IMib. WKDNKSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1W4 An Inilcpcntli'tit local paper, publlxlicd vvrry Wcln"lny fit Koynnlflavlllp, Jrffonuin 'i. !'., itoviitt-4 lot he Interotnof Keynnlilnvllli, nnn .fntTi-rminrniiniy. Non-polllli nl, will tn-nt Hit with fiilrntvw. anil will benspwlally frlrml- ly townnli tho numiing niw. Siihvrlntlnn nrlrcl.!IOniryar,ln advanon, fVunmunlt'iii lima Intnrulrri for ni ulillratlnn nml Iw Mvirnipanlrd by I ho writer- nnm not for pni nntillrniton. hut aa a anarantee' of good faith, lntunwtlnn new llim nnlirltpil. Advi'rtllni rato tnadn known nn appllra tlon nt thoonVa In Arnolds' Hlnck. Irfn(rhly rnmmMnlcallnnii and fhanue of advertlwim-nla should roach thin office by Monday noon. Adrtrc" nil communications to 0. A. Rtcph enmin, KcvnoWUvHIo, Pa. Kntotvd' nt the pontofHco at. Keynoldnvllle, Pa., an second claim mall matter. Senator William Fllnn, of riUftburg, who Is just book from Europo, ny he will Int...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 August 1894

it Star. Snhm-riiitiim $t.BO prr jmr, in mlvnnre. !. A. HTKIMIKNftMPI. Kdllor and i'nh. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1HII4 Traveler' ctMib. rnwwnser trains arrive (nd leave Keyn nlrisvlllu i follows! Allrqhrny Vulley lMUrmj. Ktistws'rd. Westward. Train , - - (I 44 s. m.lTroln (I, - -T 4n.m. Train I, - - l.mip. m. Train t- 1 4J p. m. Truln a, - ft.A7 p. ni.ll'raln 10, - - S.4 p. in. VUnrflrUl Mnhnning ftfiiltm;. Train N. 7". leaves at T.H. m. Train No. 71, arrives t T.! p. m. rryromhivii.i.b rowr-orrica. Mnlls arrive nnd leave the pimt-nnVo a follows: Arrlvn. Imparl. vhom rim wrst. roaTnasAST. I. 15 p. m. - 7.on p. m. Mian p. m - s.JOp. m. ri(lM TIISRAST. rnRTHBWrST. s.flo n. m. 2.00 p. m.lMIt n, m. - 1.16 p. m. Arrives fntm lltithmel nnd Prewoltvllle II. Mln. m. Arrive from Pnnle Tuesdays, Tliurilnys nil Hut urdtiyn nl 2.l p.m. Dvpiirt fur rnwotlvllln, ttntlimt'l, Panic S.on p. in. office hour T.rti a. m. tos.nn p. ni. Money ortler nmVe open from TAn. m. to V.aop. m. Kcslster omen open frun...

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

A HOMINO SONG. Oh, fierce l tlio heat, Ami wenry Is the street, Ami all dor long It to work, woik, work! But fnrowell work For lore nnrt song, . When twilight 'senme Anil tho henrt tiirni home. Oh. the nnet for thn Mnl, Ami th hive for the bee, Anil homo, home, noma For my dearies nml mo I (Oh, enre flln far From the twilight start Ami the long, kln.l night I It to lorn, love, lorn I Ami warm breathes love, breathe low, breathes light, O'er the small, klssml faces In their pillowed places. Oh, the mil (or tho Mr?, An I the hive for thnhee Anil home, home, homo For my ilenrhsi nml me t Cbnrlos Q. P. Iloberts, In Imb pendent. AN EGYPTIAN EEBEL Dt cou Howard Arri.Rnt. HE t-nt of tho f.gyptm u army arose, whits an snow, against a sky of ultramarine below spread tho white wail. Unit more intcnso could not lia imagined. Tho air fairly quiv ered with it, ami it had upon the eves the blinding effect of tho flashing of a mirror in the mm. It wan not a timo of battle. The little army composed...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 August 1894

HOW CHILDREN gUARREL. Tha (lam of ttrai rtirnrrl In i'la ta:an Tnnipktn Squar. On one of tho scuts four little Blrls were observed tlio oilier f;iy Indulir. Idk In the feminine man ullnc, nlo propensity for (uarrciin. Tno most self-assertive of tho uroiirt wus a diminutive dnnm-l whoso heud win adorned with a hat of monstrous red lilumntio. Sarcastic comment on her part had evidently IrriiatcJ her companion: Mie's a snssy thin, Pally. I wouldn't speak to ber nn more," ob served a young niUson the rltfht. The sarcaslto damsel sniffed, but said nothing. "Don't left 'soclate with her no mote." remurked a second. The threo little girls aroso, and the third one had ber say. "You ran Jut keep away from our party. Mary fl.ium," hho said. "We Bin t a aoln' tor look or speuk to you tio longer. " The self-assertive, maiden In the monstrous hat ira?ed contemptuously upon her whilom companions as they marched away. (She shruRired her shoulders complacently. "Huh! Dere Is odders." she observed, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 August 1894

IN TJIK KTKtil. MILLS. A WORKMAN'S ACC1UNT OF HIS FIRST DAY AT HOMESTEAD. A writ li the IVnfinlnn Hnlsr anil Itnarlng Ilsmrs ami IIIMrrcil l,y the Terrible llrnt The t'ntr inT One I'imr Man Tossed Willi Achilla limns nt NlaM. TVi'i-n ! yxrvt tn fin siiiH-HiifrtHiont ml nsknl for work. )i mid, "What fan you lo?" "AnliiiiiT. 1 ' l', strong, no tivo mill willing. 1 luivo Ihvii nliout iimcliincry nil my lift) nml wnut work bnilly. " llo touched A liulton, and a Imy no jx'iinMl. "Show thin man down to llm convcrliiiK mill nnd nsk l'ml if lio ran lo nnvtliiiiir for him. Iniwl iiuiriiiiiKl" ho rnid, mid my interview wn over. 1 nut on my new overalls and Juiiijjit nnd followed my (initio down through tlm mills. Wo maili) our way through jiili'K of stock, raw lualrrial, rolls, etc, nnd caino nt last to tho Initio convert inp; mill. Tho duprrinli'iiili'iit wns found nnd tho word itclivctvil. Ho glant'cil itt mo ii moment; thou saiil, not unkindly. "You look piod ami strniiK. ,1ump in nnd hi'l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 August 1894

) I VOLUME 3. REYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A, WEDNESDAY, AWUST B, 1894. NUMHEK 13. UFKAU), KiH HKSTKK & I'lTTS- lil KAIIAVAY. Tln horl llnr bctwron lulloW . Kinlirwny, Ilrntlfurd. H:itiini.'tnr:t, Hn fTn N. ItoritrMi-r, Nliitfara Fall nnil im.IiUh in Uio himkt nil On find riftrr Jntir ITtli. tvl. pnssn jror 1 rit Ins w III iirrlvc tnnl ilt tnti ftum I'nlU I'rt-rk HtuHuii, ilull.v, twerp! Sunday, tin ful- loWs 111 0 P.M. iiihI ft.W p. m. AfVitminfMliil'itns fintn I'un m ii w rmy ami Knn. B'ftO A. M.- Iliiilnliniinl Kwln -nr mull I'nr lti(M-KMi v 11 It. I.'ld'iuiiy .lntin-Miihnrrr.Mt. Jrwrtl, Iti ndfoi d. Sji Inhcinrn, tin On It it ml lit ii'lirl t 1". I'utiiM'rt in.t tit .lehnvontuir ir with P. V.. tniln :t. for Kiims Wsirrrn. Torn mid Krir. 10:5:t A. M. Arnmiinoditl l-m- I 'or Syki's Itii linn mid PnnMit nw nrv. 9:SO P. .M Itiii.if.u.l Avittiitnifl:itlm--For Brer lttiiM-, llt(trlo:iy UN. Klliimm, t'nr ni'in, Hlikruiiy, .lolnVimliiir'j, Mi. Jrwrtt ttnd Itt jidfurd". 5:lO P. M. .Mull-Fur P...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 August 1894

CHINA'S , SEA POWER GONE. MOST DECISIVE DEFEAT. One of China's Strongest Battleships ' Sunk and Two Captured. - - Another battle ha been fought between the Japanese nml Chinese fleet, nnd again tne Japanese were victor. The engagement occurred Monday, nnd resulted In the Jnpancso sinking the Chinese battleship Chen-Yuen, nnd two large cruisers, supposed to lie the vessels built for China by ihe Armstrongs, were captured or destroyed by the Japnni'se. The Chen-Yuen wn a buttle ship of 7.410 loni displacement, carrying ll'j Inches com poiind armor nt tl.e water line. Her battery in. luiled four 12-Inch nun", protected by armored breastwork anil two smaller Krupps. (the was also furnished with eleven Hotchkls rantmn nnd tubes for Whitehead torpedoes. In addition the f 'hen-Yuen had two H'4-ineh and (i-lnch Krupps In her main bnttery nnd a reeondnry battery of Hotchkls revolving enn eon. The rhon-ruen wa built for China at the Stettin works. She wa astster ship of Ting Y'uen, and waa 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. — 8 August 1894

LOSING Till: HAIR!' Some Theories and Spacuhticms About Baldness. A Matter Which Ha9 Puzzled Even the Doctors. In thcso degcnernto days thoro nro n great many mun whoso heads are bnlit, nn d tho consequence, is thnt a largo proportion of any community will bo found to bo interested in tho subject of hnir, on tho principle, pro mimahly, ttint most of ns are given to thinking nbont nnd placing n high vnlno upon what wo haven't got nnd cnu't by nny possibility obtain. Whon n man onco lotos his hair it is gono forever, nnd nbont that timo ho is not unlikely to begin to iuipiiro what is good for tho hair, what causes bald ness and whether it is best to linvo tho head shaven or Hinged all too Into. A question tluit often arises and is flelilom answered twico in tho samo way isns to why tho hair falls out on tho top of tho hoad and not at tho bark and on tho aides. Tho oldfnsh ioned theory, is that baldness ocenrs within tho linos mnrkod by a man's lint, and, as no body h is ever otTirod c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 August 1894

STltc Star. tiuhaeription tl.RO per ienr, in mlrnnrr. V. A. HTKFHKNNON, Kdllor mil Pnb. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST R, 1804. A n Indi'ncnnYnl local pnppr, pnMIhri .-very wadnmriny nt Kynllvlllr, Ji-ironuin t'n. n. -t . i. .. i .. . ... ... n . 11 . . 1 1 1 ray iiriiiiMi in uir iiiirn-m in nt' v iiiimi v i , m ann .TnnVrannrnnnty. N'nn-pnlltlral, wllltrrnt ii wnn rnirnnvi, nnu win nMpH'iiiy rriunri ly toward the Inbnrlng rlun. PulMrrlntlnn nrliTSl.YliM'rvr-nr.ln sdvnnrp Communication Inlnmlen for ptiltllcntlon !. Ik I... I I. u 1. .. l . not for nuhllcntlnn. but n R punrnntct of good faith. IntctvMInK n Items solicited. Advertising rate made known on applies tlon at the. office In Arnolds' lllnclc . Iienffhty communications and rhnnffe of nnvertmcments snouiu mien this office. By mummy noon. Address nil communlcnt Ions to O. A. Pteph hnMin. Uevniilrtvlll Pk. Kntereif nt the postofltce nt Reynoldsvllle, ri.i nn secnnu cians mnu mntter. Tho total exppnwn nf Rending nnd maintaining the troop In t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 August 1894

Stan SuburriptioH $1.50 per ytar, in advance. !. A. MTKPItKNHON, Kdllor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 181)47" ftrntiilit' OTittbe. Passenger tralna arrive mid leave Keyn oldsvlllo ft followai Allegheny Vallry Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train 0, - - 6.44 ft. m.lTrnln (I, - - 7.40 . m. Train I, - - l.Otip. m. Train 1, -1.42 p.m. Train 8, - 6.67 p. m.Traln in, - 6.40 p. m. Clearfield t Mohnning Haihcay. Train No. TO. leaves at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrlvra at 7.IM p. n. nTKoi.Drti.i.i imMmci Matin arrive and leave the post-office an follows: Arrive. Depart.. FROM Tttl W0T. FOR Till IAKT. I, 16 p. tn. - 7.0ft p. m.lll.ao p. m - 6.S0 p. m. mom THKRAST. win till t. t.60 a. m. - . p. m. 17.1(1 a. m. - - 1.16 p. tn. Arrives from Kathmel and l'rescnttvlllo II. ma. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesdays, Thtirdays and Nnturdnys at I no p. m. Dcpnrta for Preseottvlllo, Rnthmel, runic l.on p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. toS.OOp. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a.m. to 7.30 p. m. Kcglater office...

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

MhiIi'IkM of I.oto. If ovory rose has Its tliorii, I woniliT where Is tlilimi If till heart's lovo i'oiiM n ml It, Til 1 nt tit It, ili'nr, n mlini Ami In my heart winr It To relievo jrmi nf tin aln, Anil wish ymi'il never ak It lin k from in" again. If ovi'ryMnr tlmt shines, dear, In ; .!' fnlr, purpling skies, Would ii I I It Hlorlout Willy To llii! hitr of thin oym, To mo yon'il not lx fairer, O, tirst lovo of my heart i Ah. thou nrt not of onrth, d'nr, Hut of heaven Itself n mrt. If every lilnl tlmt rIiik. dear, With inlnn In Its iwast, Would ninK his song for you, dear. Au.l drought nnti) you rest, id with Ihelr tenderest riuti Woulil whhNr unto the i, That 1 loved you nml only you, Vr nil I't'Tiilly. ' Thuiia II. Dawsom, In IMrott 1'rco Press. ULRICA. "Ulrica! Ulrica I ain't it timo to pit tho keltlo on?" Old Mm. Hopwood, in her wheeled chair liy tho window, was watching the chirk, with now nnd then a glance nt tho yellow line of sunshine Unit crept along tho floor, while her ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 August 1894

A DETROIT BUILDER. HI TELL, A It KM A It K AI.I.E BTOIIY OF 1114 l.lfK. fame le Detroit Alien! I'nrly Year At", tivi mn'i txrsuir.xrc wotuiir serious ATTrOtTIO. (From tfit 1 droit Avcntnj AVt-.) Away out O ml lot nrnnne, far from tho 1tn nnd turmoil of tho business centre, there are mnnr attrnetlre ho-ne. Tho Interseetlng streets are wl'le, rlo.in an I shalel by larg; leaf-roverm! trees, tin I thn people yon moot rotjptitnl of ImliHtry, economy nnl honest toll. There nt many pretty resllonrM, but nonn more Inviting In Its nentnms nn'l home like com'orl than that ol Mr. Levi Elsey.thn well-known btilMer anl contractor, nt 71 Morsn street. Just ol (lriitlot. Mr. Elser la nn oM resident of Dirtrolt, hnvino; mover! horn about forty rear ngrt. II n hM orecto 1 hundreds of housis In illfTerent ptrt of the city, nnd point with prldo to suc'i building n tho Newberry A MeMtillnn nn 1 C tmniw blocks, In which ho dUtp'oyed his ability as a Superintendent. "I hnve teen Ni'ro orow Inn n village ...

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

FLOUNDKIt STKIKINO. A 8POIU OF THE NEGROES OF THE 80UTHEHN COAST. It rnlrn Whit Mnn, tint tlm Itarhy (an Hit a Mimmli r Willi 111 Knear Where Ynll Would Hee Only Mild -The fcftpcrt I'Mo-rninit Never "I l-4it IIU I'Mi. Did rott over "ctrllm" n flounder? l'robnbly not mil in you hnvo livril or (JHKHCcl RDIIIfl tllllll Oil till) CllllMt of till) DOtlll ITIl HtlltcX. Olio lovely AiiRiist evening, Just be- fl.rO tOlllHct, llrtl fctood Oil til" Illicit IHirrll of Olir KIIIIIMUT llotllll Oil tllO COlVd llf Hmith C'iirnlinii, I noticed Unit our 1 y Ilnli, n went bin Muck chit rfnl looking fellow nhntit III v iii: nlil, lis hiy 11 ras cal nnd Hi l'itf : thief 11 hi whole race could produce, ! I t i In' Very Imiy ever n bo.it :i tin little wharf only it short 1 ist :iii''" f: t!io hunse, audit I Mood theie wau l ing liilll til'! ln.N i-tcry Van ophiincil. Xi'.ticitiK that 1 was watching him With il (jim n I ilrul nf interest, ho came up to tho Ftrr.y, mill I'l'iiinviiiK the tat tend rim of wh...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

lie VOLUME 3. ItEYNOLDSVILLE, l'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AWJUST 15, 1894. NUMHEJJ 14. Itntlroitb (Tim PnMc. 1 I'FFALO. KoCHKK'IT.It & 1'ITTH- lUUCIl KAI LWA Y. Tin- nlmrf llui' bi'lKci-n Pullols. lilditwny. llrnilfoiil. Niliiuinnrii. Miilliiln. INn'lifstiT. Miurtirn l'n I Is mill points In the tipper nil region. (in unit lifter .lime (Till, IsMI, piiuici! per trnlii will iiitIvi- unit ilepiirt from lulls Creek stutloti, dully, cccpt Sundny, ns fol low: l.HO P.M. mill S.Wt p. m. Vvonitnodiitlob (rum riiiiHtitiivinv mill Itlu bun. :ftO ,. M - lltillnloiitiil li.x ln -m r mull lor llrorkwii vvtlle. Idtbrntiy .lolinMiiilniiir.Ml. .b'Wel t. Ill ml fill il. S:il:iiiiiini'il. ItllMnlo mid KiM'lirstrr: romit't'titm ni .loloi-oiilnitu wlih I'. A V. 1 1 it 1 11 :i. for Wilcox, Kutii', iit-rcn, ( 'oitv it n. I l-.ili. 10:f: A. M.-Arioinniiiiln! Inn-I'm- Sjkrs, lllu bun iinil I'liiixsiiiiiuni'v. I". M llni.lfnnl Aivoiii'ino.hitlon I'nr H lit -. Ilr.x'kn il v v I ll-. I llinirni. mi nimi. Illik'wn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

Tlio I'lnnieli inrlinmont lins im'soil a law rr)lilliitiiig nil rnilronil triido lid liinil delivery on Sunday. On Jitno 1, IH'.U, tlio rmiitilation of the United Htntca was estimated nt (iH,2"5,000. The ntnnmit of money iu circnlntioti nt tlint time was $1,(175, 0(13,401, wliish wns ccjiml to 8-!4.51 per enpiln, Of tlio railway associations of the country nono has been more netivo or more successful during the Inst few yearn tlinn tlio National Association of Hallway Hiirgcons, Three years ago the association hitd 2S2 member in good standing. At the present time the active me mberHhip in 1,7(17. For o long time it hns been known Hint voenl training mid regnlnr prac tice on the cornet were uneful for the exiiannion and ilevelopemeut of the lung", but it hns remained for Mrs. F. 13. Lelnud, of Baltimore, to take up the bnsso-trombono ns a health men mire. Mrs. Lelnud snys it has dono her good, nud she has become nil nc compliHhed player besides. Complaint has been made by the postmas...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

FARM AXD (URDEX. A mBAP WtST. A cheap ncBt Is easily constructed of wire netting shaped ronnil and fatt ened by staples to a wooden frmo, so that it can hang securely upon a nail in the wall. It can bo lined with soft hay and a china neat egg placed in it to invito Biddy to make herself at homo. It can be easily cleaned, and vermin will not get much chance to rent lodging in this nost. Now York ludcpendout. INSECT POWDER. OX CABBAGES. Tuo timo to apply insect powder to cabbages is just as soon as the young caterpillars begin to emerge from the eggs, that is, if you refer to the com won green cabbago worm. But you may hare some other kind of pest on your cabbages, such is the cabbago louso, or the Harlequin bug, upon which the Persian insect powder has little or no effect. There are many diffjrent kinds of insect powders, and fully as great a number of different in sects which attack and feed upon cab bages, and an insecticide that will destroy ono kind may not have tho least effect ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

Itc Star Subscription tt.0 per year, in advance. C. A. MTKPIIKNIMrN, Krfttor and l'nb. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1W4. An Inrtnpf nrtcnt lornl paper, piihllhtd iviry Wodiwwlnjr at Koynnlilnvllln, .li'flVrwin '. P., diivoti'd to I lie Intoriwta of Krynuldavlllo and JonVrwin county. Non-nnlltli-nl, will treat All with fnlrncM. nnil will lonpt-litUy friend ly toward the Itihorlntf rllinn. ftiibrn'rlptton prlitl.Mn-r ypar.ln ndvnnrrt. Uranmunlrittlon Inlnndvn for pulillrntlon iniut ln acrnmpanlrd by tho writer' name, not for piihlli-ntliin, hut a itnarnntMi of good faith. Intermtlnu ncm ttrm nolli'ltcd. AdvorttMn ratmi madn known on applli-a-tlon at thn office In Arnold' Hlork. Inihty rommiinlratlon unci ehanir of advnnliH'nii'ntH ahimld rvarh thin ofltro by Monday noun. Addro nil i-ommnnlratlon to C. A. Strph enon. Kevnoldnvlllp, Pa. Entered nt the pmtolflro nt Hrynoldxvlllo, Fa., a neeond ela mall mutter. The tnriff bill ha boon passed by the Sonata and now awaits the FroaluVnt's signature...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

1&t Tfr Stan Submriptinn $1.50 per year, in advance. C. A. HTKPIIKNNON, Kdllor and Pnb. WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1804. Pameniwr trnlin arrive and (rare Kojrn Olilnvllle a follows: Alleijheny Vulley Railway. Eaatward. Westward. Trains, - s.44 a. m.lTraln , -7.40 a. m. Train I, - - l.on p. m. Train 1. - 1.42 p.m. Train 3. .!W p. m.jTrnln 10, - S.4 p. m. Clearfield t Mahoning Railway. Train No. 70, leaves at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrlvm at 7.3ft p. m. BIT!oi.DKVii.i.i ros-r-orrics. Malls arrive and leave the post-office aa follows: Arrive. - Pepart. mod Tna wkst. roHTHB kabt. I. 1(1 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - (I.JO p. tn. rnoMTnaaiKT. roa ran wear. 8.00 a. m. - - 2.00 p. rn.l7.lft a. m. - - l.lft p. m. Arrive from Kathmol and Prescottville II. 30 a. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesday, Thurdaya and Hnturdnys at 3.30 p. tn. Iteparu for Proseottvlllo, Kathmol, Panic J.(iOj). m. offli-e hour 7.00 a. m. tos.flo p. m. Money order office open from 7.00a. m. to 7.30 p. m. KenlKter off...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

THINOS YET TO BE. Pome ny this worlil Is an old, old world, Hnt It's always been now to me t Wli h lt boundless range ol ccosolesi change, nd hope of t hlnirs to be. A nw friend takes my nan 1 When the old ones pass away The old days die, but tho light In the sky Is the dnwn ot anothor day. Borne sny this world la a cold, cold world, Hut ll ' nlwnys been bright to me t With Its hearthstone fti"s nnd warm desire For the things that are yet to be. And If I must Inhor, I wilt. And trust to the nlds I have sown , For I know thore It truth In tho promise ot youth i I will some time torn to my own. Borne say this world Is a sad, sad world, Vat It's always been glad to me i For the brook never laughs like my soul when It qnsffj And feasts on the thlnirs to be. The nlRht comes on with Its rest The morning comes on with Its song The hours of grief aro few nnd brief, Hut Joy Is a whole life long. Borne say this world Is a bad, bad world, Dut It's always been good to me ; With Its errors thore...

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