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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

Mtnnnininic n filld. 'ot lonf uk" n child wa riroiitfht to 1110 for li:iitlsii), and when 1 aked Ihc father fur tho desired name, he replied Unit it was Hathshcha. writes tbo liov. T. Do Witt Talmuqe, I. )., In "When Things nro Attains! I s" In tho I.ndlos Homo Journal. Now, why any imrcnt should wish to dive to a child the name of that In famous creature of Scripture times passes beyond my understanding. 1 have often fcltnt the baptismal altar, when names were announced to nio, like saying, as did the hcv. Dr. Itlch ords of Morristown. Ktw Jersey, when a child was presented him for iprlokllng and the name given, 'Hadn't you better call It something else?" There is no excuso for any assault and battery on the cradle when our languugo Is opulent with names musical In sound and sugges tive In n caning, such as John, mean ing tbo gracious gilt of God"; or Henry, meaning "the chief of a household"; or Alfred, meaning "God our,al ration"; or Nicholas, meaning "victory of the people"; or ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 August 1894

ANGELTC TEMPERS. A CARLOAD OF TRAVHERS AND NOT A KICKER AMONG THEM. They Hml to Change Hler-prrs In tho Mid. die of the Night, anil Yrt Thry Mvtnalnrd lmxl Humored -Thin Waa an Ktrrptlnnal arlyt t'.ven For Ainerleana, "AlthoiiKh Aniprlrnim have tho rep Otutiuu of Ih iiik born kieki-in," miid tho trawler, "onoo in nwliilo thoy pivo snr prixing exhibition of philosophy nnd good imturo. "Dm a hot niht I "turfed on n trip tip tlii Ntiitc. 1 hnd been onrefnl to en jiKO my berth in tlin morning nnd had selected it in tho center of tlio rnr, so I fi'lt nniircd flint I would bo reaxoimbly Comfortable. It no lmp)cncd thut travel y,nn heavy thut niKht, and my car wits crowded. To my pvnt li:;nnst, too, it was n very olil car. l nm too old n trav eler to fret, however, and I went into tho smoker with a calm mind. The train rolled out, and hdoii the porter bewail to nialio lip the beds. Wu all tinned in early, and 1 was in nflUicrth beforo tho train had pit far beyond Molt Ifrivcii. "1 adjusted...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 August 1894

VOLUME 3. REYNOLDS VI LLE, l'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUUUST 22, 11191. NUMI5EK 15. ltt(lt-itl (Mrnt fi-blr. BUl'TAU). IWM'HKrtTKIt & PITTS liUIMiH IIAIIiWAY. TlM"ln.rt 1Iih iM'twrrn UulloU. Ilhlmvny, 1tniflfi.nl, Mttliittitiiicii, Itiifl it t, ttM'hf1ar-. Miitfiirn iiihI points In ino iiimt oil rt'K Ion. On itml HfHr .Iniio ITi It. 191, iii-hch- fpM ruin will tin lv nml ih-t:irl from InlN M'fk nlHtlon, flully, rxrrpt Hiimluy, us fol ium: l.'iO P.M. nml iVW . nt.--Arrmimioiliillmi from Iiiimii1ii ni'V iiml HI lt linn. B:ftO A. M. Hniliilonnil Ho. h.wt. t ni:iU For ItT-fM-kmi Willi', KMm it y. .Illinium Inn i.MI. Jrwrtt, Mi-iulfonl. ntiiiininrii, Hill, ii In nnd lii wheeler; i'mmim'iM Inn lit .IiiIiicmimImii-u ulih V. K. irnl n :i. for Wilms, Knur, Wiirn'n. riin-v nml K.i h'. 10:511 A. M. An nininniliiUon- I of Hykrs Hljr linn iin'l I'unxMiiiiwn.'V. H.afO I1. M Mniilfonl A imrinnlnt Ion 1 or Hci'clil rvv, litiH'Mwuy villi. Hltnont, Cnr- nion, Uhluuiiy, JnliiiHonhurn, Mi.-lfWHt nml llnu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 August 1894

I Tho birthrate r tfio United Hlntet diminished frum 1CH0 to 1H!)0 from 60.95 per 10(10 population to 2G.(',8. TIio inventor of the bullet-proof eont threatens, according to tho Washing ton Star, t become a, numerous ns I lie oldest Mason. 'Mm African traveler Jenn Hess as setts that In their nntnrnl condition the natives of Afrirn observe the rule of personal cleanliness much moro carefully thnn most of tho laboring classes fu Europe. The export trade calls for a sheep weighing moro thnn 100 pounds. "If we hope to increase our trnde in mut ton," declares the New York World, especially with foreign lands, we must begin breeding a more blocky carcass bihI more mut," . In the opinion of the Wellington Star, one 'of the most effective pro tout against strikes recently recorded i Hint of the Hrooklyn boy who had a lupply of cartridges in hi pistol pocket, which exploded when tho principal aiilied the corrective rod. Million of public lands nro still on tho markets in Texas, notes the At...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 August 1894

10R FARM AND (URDEX. TniSNiyo EAntr APrr,E", Tho early lmrvdst apple is very like ly to overborn-, but it is qnite good for pies when not fully grown, provided enough sweetening in Bi1ili.nl to tnkoolT tho surplus ncidity. It Is best toslinko off some from all tho trees nt this time, even though they 1)0 no market for them, for those loft to ripen will ho ffrontly improved in sizo and flavor, besides making sure that the tree will perfect fruit buds forbearing the next -mason. Usually tho early harvest treo allowed to ripen all its fruit in years of aliiiudniiee bonrs nothing tho following year. Cultivator. " TUB TIKST rows. It is said tlmt in their native land tho Ouernscy cows aro mneh more highly thought of than tho Jerseys. They arc somewhat larger, and aro reddish and brindled in color. These cows are milked three times daily, and tho milk is churned without skimming; ono pound of butter a day is no un common thing for a good cow. - Tho cow cabbage grows so large that its leave...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 August 1894

0 3T(tc Star tiulwriplion tt.M fwr tfdr, mlnimy. ft. A. NTKPIIIdflON, Krtllor mill Pnb. WKDNKSDAY. AUGUST 22, 1HIM. An InilcpctMli'iit IikmiI mnr, l)iililllnluvery Wvdwwliir ill Ki'jrnnlilNVlIlK, .Ii-ITitxiui Co. Pa., ilnvciti-d to llui IntproMa of Hi-ynnlilxvllln ftnil.loffiTiMiin'ounly . Niiti-iMilltlriil. will tnwit nil with fuli ni'w. mill will liiM'ipi'i-lnlljr frli'iiil y tnwtiriU tin hilHtrlnv rlim. PiiIiitIiIIiiii irlri'fI..VIii'rycnr,ln ntlvanrp. 'iinimuiilrHllnim Intriiilril for niilillrntlon miiiit lie arriinipnnlrd lijrthn wrfmr'n nnmp, not. for piililli nilon, hut n a (timrantve or good fnltli. Iiilirxtln tn-ws llrnnwilli-lliid. Advert IMtur riilf" nindn known on iippHm tlun nt tin nflti'p In ArnolilV Hlm-k. lirnvtity rimimiiiilrotlonH nnd rlinnitn nf sdvirtlni'mi-ntn sliiiuUt tvnt'h this nfllro liy Monthly noon. AddrivM nil i-ommnnli-ntlonii to C. A. Htiph nnn, ltrvnotilMvtlln, ln. Knlinil' nt tlm iMiKtollli-n nt Rojrim1(liivllli Pa., n wcmiil rliiMn mull mutter. Tho r...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 August 1894

I ft Stan Sutmription $1.60 prr year, in advance. C. A. HTKPHKNHON, Kdltor mill Pnb. "' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 184 VTvitwtU' Wulfct. Panxntritr trains arrive and leave Keyn oldsvllln an folluwst AUryhrny Valley liaihrrty. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 8.44 a. m.lTrnln 8, - 7.40 a. m. Train 1, - LCD p. m. Train I. - 1 4J p.m. TralnS, - 6.M p. m lTraln 10, - - .4Ap. m. Cltarfltld rt Mahoning Raihray. Train No. 70, laT at T.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrlvtm at 7.3ft p. m. LOCAL LACONICS. M. E. festival Sept. 1st. Goto J. P. Dunn's for fine fruits of all kinds. Greatest shoos on earth for the price at Robinson's. Go to M. J. Rlggs' for Mason fruit Jars at rock bottom prices. You will find a bargain In English decorated ware at Sohultze's. The Brookville papers published over three columns of Sheriff sales In last week's Issue. The Epworth League picnic In Para dise Saturday afternoon was a very pleasant affair. G. B. Mckee had his left foot badly bruised last Saturday while unloading a ba...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 August 1894

CUMMER DAYS flnmmer days are oomo. BIiir I All the blriU nre enroling i With Joyful note their llltlo throritf Bwell full snd tree, the woods ring. Then ting, oil sister, ting ! Bummer day nrs come. Most ! Hi-nil the bookt thnt you love beat. I.lu In the shade by nitturo mu le, Her wonders learn with Interest, Anl rest, ilonr slater, mat ! Summer dnya are come. Orow I Take leatona from the flowera thnt blow. Trlnk dews of lore t look up above Cloil enroa for great and amnll, we know. Orow hoavonward, alitor, grow 1 The Housekeeper. How the Mail Was Saved. ELL mc hns fath er's weekly pnper come yet. Mr. Bry don?" asked Andy Kent, ns hen topped into the little poet office nt Alpine, one bleak March after noon, followod hy his friend, Joe Boatick. Mr. Brydon, the postmaster, waa leaning over the counter, o o n t e in flating a big loathcr mnil bag that lay before him, with anch an abstracted manner and expression Uint he failed to hoar the inquiry, and Andy was obliged to repeat it. 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. — 22 August 1894

DISCOMFORTS OF ACTING. lomt Imlds Pacta or ths Tlly Ufs of Stay op!s. The Janitor has an Important hear ing on the actor's condition, which finds Its expression In his playing and possibly on his norvous organiza tion. He supplies the house, and, In most cases, furnishes quarters fortho actors such as no soif-respectlng slave owner would In the old days have condemned a slave to occupy. For the public nothing Is too good. For the actor, on the other hand, anythlDg Is good enough. Instead of silken draperies, ho finds only a tat tered curtain on the window, If, In deed, he find a curtain at all, or even a window which it might cover. Instead of soft, comfortable chairs,' one wooden chair, none too clean, or a chair minus a hack, will be the on' ly seat, and not Infrequently, If ho wishes to stt down, he must do so on his trunk. Instead of delicately tinted walls, he will find dirty walls which have not been treated even to a coat of whitewash for years. While In the auditorium a soft...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 August 1894

t ' WOMAN'S WORLD. 80ME GOOD ADVICE TO MOTHERS WON A VITAL SUBJECT. Hint, to Womrn Hhrm Jnntlre Fnr the Knmmn Olrl Womr-n nnd the nprr-me Court Mary Hnllmk Fnote Changed Jirvnnrn at the ltllrr. Thorn nro ninny pnrenf who seem to have no renlir.iiiK senso whatever of tho proper diet for children. They u;ivo hem whiUoviT they hnppon to havo at hnnd, or, wlint in mneh to the snnio pur pose, miytliiiiK (hoy cry for. Tho infant mortality of the country Is soniotliiiiR j awful, when one considers it. Iliinilrt'rts ! of thonsands of children die every your, j mimy of tliom from tho efforts of inju dicious fccdiiiK nlono. In hot weather children slionld 1)0 carefully watched and never permitted to touch nrticles of food t hut nro at nil qnestioimble. A little perfectly ripo fmit, either with a little rnel or other Bnitablo diet, slionld bo (riven. If a child is nt oil delinnto or the dilution seems to bo at fault, cooked fmit may be (riven. This is eminently safe and al ways relishahlu, Umo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

lie IT VOLU.MK 3. KKVXOLDSVILLE, PKNN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21), 189 1. NUMBER 10. Stnllvonb Prime Tnl'lc. BUFFALO, 1X'HKSTKH PITTS HUKGH HA1LWAY. The short lint' between I'tillols. Hlduwny, Tlrndford. Hhliininncn, 1 1 1 1 tl :i l . oclic..tcr. Nlniriirn Falls and points In tho upper oil rcslon. On mill nfli-r .Tunn IT It. !!. inrn fror trnln v III arrive mid dcpiirt from l ulls ( reck minion, dully, except Mmiliiy, ns fol low: 1.1M P.M. nnd R.:m p. m. A irnniodnllnn from ruinsiltiiwnev nnd Kiu Kim. 8:ftO A. M.- lliilTnloniid Knchoicr mull Tor llrocktvnv villi. KliliMvtiv..lliiwinliiirit.Mt. .lew vlt, lirailforiliiliilimncii, llmliilo nnd llochcstcr; conncctlnvc nl .lolinsoiilitirn with I". A K. I ruin il, for Wilcox, K :inc, Wiirren, 4'orrv nnd V.rli1. , 10:fU A. M. Acconininiliitlon For Nykcs, llltf Kiln nnd I'nnx-iilliw ncy. 8:80 I. M . Ilrndforil A nnnioiliil Inn - For llccchtrco, lli-ockwiiyvlllo, Kllniont, I 'nr. mon. Kldirwny, .lolmsohliiirs, .Mt..lcwctt nnd llruilforil. 5:10...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

noticy Is M-nrcer this, j tur thnu It line been since lHh,". Tlin theory thut thu rriuniiiH of nni ntnla form tho raw timtrritil from which ictroli'iiiii in foriiicil liy niitnrc in wt ill Li' M liy Hoiiin iroiiiimiit scientist i. If rriiHtlii were to listen to tho re quest now frequently inmlu thut thu itlO.OIMI surviving; Holiliern of reeelit wnrs Khoiild receive pi-nniond, tho New York I'oBt estimated tlmt thu govern ment would lieeil $.'10,(1011,11(11) n yenrto to pay thorn (at the itdtinl rate of Si(), nml tho incoiiio tnx woiilil lmve to be iiu'rvnnei! liy sixty per cent. Tho mnrrinifi' rule in Kiighinil nml Wiilen during the Inst iiinrter of lust yenr wna lower tlmn in nny previous like jicrioil. Thero were 121,818 nmr riiiKen, which was in thu minimi pro portion of 10..') persons jut 1000 of population. Tho menu rate for the voriespotniing quarter iu irii'e(ling ten yearn was 17.3. It in nlsu noted tlmt the average of the liutt tell yenrs in fur below thut of nny prcct'diiif...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

Finn and (untE IIOW TO Bt'lI.D noosTt. Iluild nil roosts room and far enough away from ono nnotlinr to void (innrrellinu; aud milling of iiliiinage. Tho board flat, not round j for a tdiicknn's foot require n flnt attrfaeo to rout upon, and tho breast is not apt to beeonio crooked when they aro young, if the roosts ara com fortable. Itunrdft to cnteh the drop ping should lio put under tho roost ml cleaned often. Now York Iudo 1 mdetit. IIAIINRSS OAI.I,. Tho pall which nro worn on tho "kin of a working horse arc moro coin nuin in summer than nt any other time of t ho year, because tho akin in soft ened nnil in mid adhesive ly tho awcat. There in les dialing whoii tho harness ami colhir aro hard and ninooth, ami kept woll oiled that they may not be o nun damp and adhesive, Tho gall cannot ho etirod whilo the chafing con tinue utile tho aoro pot aro pro tected in aoino way. An expedient method of treatment in to wash tho nkiu where it in rtihhiidhy tho harness every day with unit water...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

STIk Slav. .Niiixrrjifi'oii tt.M )rr ynr, in imi'iihiv. A. rri'MKMNO, l:illtir nml I'nh wkm'nkhiiayTaimiuht I'll, IWI. Wmlni'mlnv itt lttVMnMviHt'. .li'HVrMnii Cii. I'll., iltvniil to thn lnt)M-i4lH if ItcytmltUvlllit nnn .fiMit'i-mitii'iMiiiiy. Nim-HiniHii, will linn nil with f ii 1 1 in--4. nml will liHvliilly fili'iiil y titwtinl tho hilmrlnir rlll. Miitia.t-liil lain iirl..i.l Ml lu.r vimr III nil iiiiii CiMnlilHiilrilllmm InliMiilcit for liulilti'iil Inn tlliwl In ii iinnltli'il by Ihn wr(tir' niitni'. not for tiiililliMilInn, ImiI nn n miiiriititi'i it RimmI rntth. lMI'Htllitf tU'Wn iIimiim wiIH'IIimI AilvtM-tlilnir MtttMt tninlii known on Htill'ii' tlon nt tin nllli'n In ArtiolilV llloi'k. Ifiinithty riimmmih'itlintm nml rltnnirp tif nimrtlinirhi Nlmnlil mti'lt IhU ittllrti liy nionintv noon. AiMi-vi nil I'ominiinli'nllimii tt A.tMi'i'h etiion, ltiynottUvlllti, I'n. Vntrtvii nt thn tointtli'o nt ltiyiiMMMVlH', I'n., m niN'oml 'lnM nmll mnt nr. John V. Cinlur, i if Now lti'lli...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

k Stat iSumerijifiVM tl.PO per year, in mtmntf. ). A. NTKPIIKNHON, KdHor mid fnh. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 181)4. frrttv' 0tlH. I'lmi-iiKcr trains arrive nnil leave Itryn oI(IhvIMi) ii follow! AUriheny Vullry liaihrmi. Rimtwnril. Wrstwnrd. Train 9, - - 44 a. m.lTmln 8,- -7.40 a. m. Train 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train t, 1.41p.m. Trnln 3, - - 8.M p. ni.lTratn 10, - H.4S p. ni. Clcnrflrtd it Mnhnuinij HttUway. Trnln No. TO, loaves lit T.lo a. m. Trnln No. Tl, arrives at T.HR p. m. hky!ioi,iviu. rosT-orrics. Mnlln arrive nnd lrave the post-nOVo irn (olloWS! Arrive. Depart. hidm th wmT. ton tns fast. 1.1A p. m. - ? on p. m. 112. 30 p. m l.20p. m. moM TimnAsT. run tii wr.HT. I. oo n. ni. - - i.uu p. m.U.in a. m. - 1.15 p. m. Arrive (mm Knthmel and rresroUvlllB II. imii. m. Arrives from Panto Tuiwdnys, Thurdnys anil Hnttirilnys at 3 :n p. m. . . Itcpnrtn (or I'rciu'ottvllln, Kiitlimel, Panic 8.00 p. ni. OlAce hours T.00 a. m. tofl.OOp. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to T.BOp. m. Hi-Rlatn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

T l.nro In Masquerade. I dreamed Ihnt love came knocking At your door one. winter nllit, While tho specter trees were rocking In ii bliwt o( snvnirn IiIIkM. "Oh, I perish !" poor Lovn pleaded i "Ope tlio iloor, fur love's der sake." But nlihoiiffh you honrd nnd heeded, BUM no answer would you make I Not one wonl of iwwt replying Wmilil your haughty Hps have said, Even If Lore hud lain there riylnx. Even If I.ove hnl In In thorn doid ! Then I drenmrd thnt l.ovo o'er-rulcd youj For In tender voles hn cried, 'Nay,' dear lady, I sndly foolnd you, Hlnee I ti not I.oto, hut Pride." And you KtrnlKhtwny oped your portals, With it merry and welcome noil. To thnt wlllut of Immortal. To thnt mnipjnrnding god. Ah, you oped your portal llitlitly. Not for Low's, but Pride's dear snke) Km, () In ly, If 1 dreamed rightly, Love soon tnuirht you your mlttnkn ! EimAn Faw kit, In Ths Century. A HUMID TIME "Thermometer 98." "H'm!" "Humidify 84." "That's not bad." "Not bed? What do Ton mean? Not bad? Why...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

A Hpaiiinn's Frolic A iramnn was Dried nt Ulrmlnij- Dam, hnpinnd, Tor Interfering with thA pnmfurt. nf Mil He stepped out of nn express train mrhlln It. ui!ia tmvnllnrt Hftw ...(I.. T' av ...... MIM.IIIIH llllyj IIIIIIO U LI hour and wandered ulonx tlio foot board. Duo lady, who mopped tho train, was (jrcatly alarmed at oectna ii is in niiuur uuiure mo winnow or ner curruiKO Tsbitrra C'nnarit t'snsnmptlnn Kola tone Cnrr flip Tnbnrro llnlilt and ('nuniniiiWr Una Wrll. Two Hm'H, Win., Aiitr. 25. SpTOlal.1 flrent I'XfltfniMil ninl Interest hnw lnmnn Ifrstml In th ninv -ry of nn oM-tlmi rl nnt of thin Inwn, Mr. Jen. Hunk or, who hu lor svrnl ymr hwi "onMiTi I I'jr nil his frlt-mls n hnpflifis comtmiitlvf. Invostlir.v tlon showatlint for over thirty-two ywirs ho uafrt three niut n hull pounds of toi:N?v n week. A short time no hu w In luce I to try n tolmceo-hnlilt ninenlli I "No-To-Bnc." Tnlklnv nl'out hi miraculous reoovnry to ilny h snlil ! "Vr, I nstM No-To-le, nnj two toji" complftn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 August 1894

) THE PIONEER PAPER. STORY OF THE FIRST NEWSPAPER IS SUED IN CALIFORNIA. An Olil rhllanVtphtan Wm the Malnaprtnc of It Early Life Rigging Tp riant In ilar Great Dlfllrnltlon A Membrr of the Original tin" Itnnorrd In Monterey. Th only Hvirtct mntnbor of thn ori(rt nnl ntnlT of hi flint nnWRpnpcr ever printed in California midos nbont fivo milt from the city of Montoroy, in tho Cnrmcl Vnlley. Hid linmo in Swnn, and every one mils him "Pionoer" Swnn, partly to Jilenno him nnd partly bcoanno he drwrves tho title. Few men are in terrstinK nt ((, Imt "Pioneer" in Mill bright nnd clear in his meinnry and not entirely without nmliition. If yon ask him, ho will toll yon, with evident rel ' ish, nhontdome highly interesting Inter views of his report) trial days. Tho minll Vtrinninn of this first ' news'tnper in California nf! qtnto ctiri- 1 on ns related liy Swan. Tho original ' press was imported from Spain hy Jose Fifrneroa, the sixth governor of Califor nia tmder Mnxienn rale. Figneroa, 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. — 5 September 1894

ftje VOLUME 3. JtEYXOLDSVIUE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, 8EITKMBEU B, 1IUU. MMIIKH 17. Closing Out Sale ! We will CASH: Our Entire at first cost. All Shoes and Rubber Goods must be sold before January - IVe Mean Business -AND- See our prices in window and call and get prices on any Shoes in store. Call early and get cream of stock at Wholesale Prices. . NO CREDIT! But CASH buys Shoes at first cost. REED'S SHOE STORE. sell for Stock of 1st, -1895. Shoes Must Go! WOES OF THE MILKMAN. Try 111. tic.!, Hn Never Sineceeil. In (letting ItMk All HI. Ilnttlr. "The grentest trinl of my life, " snys n milkman, "In bottle. Yes, fir, bottle. If it wasn't for bottle, I'd wnnt nothing better. Other peoplo never think of bot tles I netnnlly dream of bottle lt' bottles, bottles, bottles who' (jot tlitt bottle with tiio nil the timet "The most perfect system of book keeping ever Invented will not account for bottles. When ! fond out 100 bot tles of milk in the morning, I'm dend rrrtittn to loe track of half...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 September 1894

TARIFF BILL NOW A LAW. THE PRESIDENT'S LETTER. The Reasons That C.vussJ the President to Withold Hta Signature. The senate tnrlff bill which recently pass ed th house beenma a Inw on Tuesday, August 2H, without th president' signature. In a li-tPtr to Representative Catchlngs, ol Mississippi, dnled August 27, the president Mi forth the reasons which prevented his signing the bill. Ho says: "Since the conversation I ha J with Jrmi and Mr. Clarke, ot Alabama, a few days uk. In regard to roy action on Iba tariff trill Dow be fore me, t have given the subject further ami moet serious consideration. 1 he mult is I am more settled than ever ill tnjr determlna tkm to allow the bill to become a law without my signature. "W hen the formation of hfrlslallou which It wea hoavl would embody Democratic Ideas of tariff reform wax lately entered upon by the Congress, nothing wa further away Irom my anticipation than a result which I could out promptly and enthusiastically In dorse. "It I therefore...

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