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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 September 1894

C01T0NC08TUMI. TIIKY AUK ItOTII rAfttttOXAIILK ANI COM FO It T A H Ij K, Useful Hint Concerning the Femi nine Kmplre of Fashion Dotted Crepon A Sug est Ion In Yoke. WHRRP. one hna unlimited facilities (or laundering feminine attire, there in nothing morn comforting than it wardrobe wolt atoeknd with dainty ootton fahrica tastefully made up. Batiste, organdie, the flno Bephyra nnd gingham with linen, dimities uml cheviots furnish almost endless possibilities in the way of Useful and brooming costume. The girl of the period ii emphati cally a ootton girl, for with her shirt waists, blouse and rulllad skirt of any of these favorite material, the ia At her beat. A belt of ribbon ami bowa and enda here ami there, a pretty Gainsborough or Bailor hat and russet hoea and tan glove, with paraaol and fan Minting the coatume in color and NKW MODI TO quality, and one haa a vision of warm weather luxury that ia well worth see ing. , A stylish dress of bine striped dimity is made with a yoke and ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 September 1894

Star. iStili.m'fi'ii tl.fii I'rr icur, in fiiriniir. A. NT: I'll KN NUN, Krtllnr and lib. wkT n lis iVa yTh Ki 'TK m HKU M A n linh'Mnilint hx-nl mxr. utilMni'il vrvty W(tlm"tliiy nl HnyimhUvtllt. Ji'ITrwmi Co, I'd., ilrviiit'rf lit tho Inli'MwIn of UoynnliUvlHti Biii(.li.lT.T(iMi'(iiinl. Nnn-nollllriil, wlllin-nt nil wllh rnlrnioM, itnil will Im aHMi'1nllr frli nil ly liiwiirila llii Intxirliut i'Ihw. PlIlimTipi MM! iriT'Ti,.wrnT 1-111 , Ml 111 I 1" " I'liiiiiiiiiiili'iiMoim Immiili'il fur inililli'iilli'ii niuxl tin mviwiiimnli'il liythn wrlli'r' niimi. nut fur iiiililli'iillnii. lull ii n imrniiti-n nf i.mmI fiilth. Inlirllnii ni'wn HimimmiIIi-IH'iI. AilvrHI'Inir niton niiuli kmiwn on miilli'ft tlon nl tlit-omVKln ArnnlriV Work. iH'MKlnr rommiinlriillm" "nil rhnniin of ii(lvi'rtliiiifnl nhoulil rn.ch till" nnVn lijr Monitny nin. ...... . AcI'IithII l ommillili'mlollB toV. A. Hloph- CIIWIII. Kl'VllollUvllll'. I'll. Knli'H'if nt llw iHHlitltli nl Ki'jrnolilvlM, Pi.. n iiM-imil rliu...

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

gTItc it Stnt Suleri)titm $1.60 )wr ymr, n advance. :. A. IITKPI1KNMN Krtllor nd Pnb. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1804. LOCAL LACONICS. Shoes at cost at Reed't. School began Monday. All shoes at cost at Reed's. "Old Farmer Hopkins" Saturday. Fresh oysters at J. P. Dunn's restau rant. Twelve sacks salt for 25 cents at J. A. Welsh's. Jefferson county court begins next Monday. Go to Dunn's Ice cream parlor for good cream. The Preseottvllle school will open September 17th. One sack of Economy flour for 75 cents at J. A. Welsh's. A number of hunters were out Satur day after squirrels. A nice tablet with each pair school shoes at Robinson's. Read Reed's closing out sale adver tisement on 1st pago. The thorniometer was down to "forty" last Saturday morning. Cambra flour at 11.00 a sack, cotton sacks, at J. A. Welsh's. No. 1. Remington double barrel gun at Alox. Rlston's for $2.1.00. Solid as a rock, and at rock bottom prices, are Robinson's shoos. Are you going to Pittsburg next week to see th...

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

Over ninety per ess of tlio United check a. cent, of tlio busi State is done 1' It in said that thero are 4,500 per sons in America who aro descended from the roynl familios of Europe. Tlio Southern Railway has set asido ft Cor t in fund for tlio promotion of mail industries iiloiig the icvernl lines tu this ui" system. Of tlio honorary dogreis bestowed ly American colleges at their recent commencements, sixty-three, a little less than half, were given to clergy men. Criminals in Buenos Ayres, who are aentuncod to long terms of penal servi tude, are frequently released on parolo for certain hours each day, so that their private business will not suffer. Dr. Wiley, tho United States client 1st, says it is a mistako that sugar is ttdultoratcd w-itlt sand, at loast in this country. He says sugar is as free from added impurities as any article of food. Late statistics seem to show, ob serve the St, Louis Star Sayings.that France has had enough of martial glory during the last one hundre...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 September 1894

A MOTHER'S STORY. IMPFISKM rntlto A FTP.lt or K1 fPKIHMl. YEAR Thr Trrrlhl Ksprrlrnr si a Well Knows Onli-lnl's Wllr-A Klarr ThMt A rata t Errr Mother In th Land. From thr Chattanooga, Tenn., Pm. No county official In East Tenrmssn If better known and mora highly estoemml than Mr. 3. C. Wilson, Circuit Court Clork ol Ithoa County, at Dityton, ths home of Mr. Wilson. Ho rnjoyi th confidence and re spect of all classes, and In thii business com munity his word It ai good as hli bond. Just now Mr. Wilton to receiving hairtlest con gratulations from hit numerous friends be cause of tho restoration to robust health ol bis estimable wife, who has for rears boon helpless Invalid. Mrs. Wilson's high stan 1 Ing in society, and her many lovable traits of character have won her a host of friends, and her wonderful recovery has attracted widespread attention. As tbe JVr was the medium of bringing to the Invalid lady's attention the remedy that has effected her remarkable cure, a re Prtr was len...

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

HONORED BY A NATION. Mme. ltnffi'lut Itceclvis Ilie ltllilmn of th 'l.ea;liin of Honor. Th frondi trtivrrnnient, 1y awarding tho rililidu of tlm LckIdh "f Honor to Minn. XluKolot, liiw turned A tvrillinnt lighten n jjornonnlity whono cnroer has hithiTto lnin Foniewliiit in tlio ulnulo. BonvhiR to others tho cnro of vindicat ing tlio fcmiiiino ctinw in public moet Inps mid in thn prr-M, Mmn. Boprelot him Unvoted her lil'n to tilt) redemption of fnninli) criminals. Her name is inti mately connected with that highly phil anthropic work, tho "(.Km ratio LUmt re do St. Liix;iro,"of which sho is now dirccfresH, nml it in mainly duo to the fact that who personally represented the iiocfoty at tho womnn's cotiKrcss nt Chi cnK that nho own this pnhlio recotfiii lion of her worth nn honor sildoru Ytlicli..'ilVil to Women, however Well merited. To lm thn.i etn'li'd out from unions others of lier m x must certainly ho extremely n-.tU'viii;,', hut it is pleas ing to liml that Mine. Iloelot takes ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

Me VOLUME 3. KEYNOLPSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ,12 1891. NUMBER 18. WHY 25 per cent, More -FOR- SHOE'S when you can pave it by CLOSING OUT I We intend quitting the Shoe BusineHB and will, until all shoes are sold, sell at Cost and Carriage, and not a cent less, but you save the 25 per cent, profit. That's a big thing to you and lets us out clear. We never did handle the cheap, worthless shoes that fall to pieces when wet. Others can sell such goods, but we will not. Come and . Buy Good Shoes at Shoddy Shoe Prices. Reed's Shoe Store. Brookville Fair! From Sen Ifilllllfil' Greatest Agricultural Fair - - in Western Pennsylvania ! Grander Attractions and Better Amusements than ever before. Races and Ball Games every day on the groundB. Public Exhibition of Prof. Black's "School of Educated Ponies, Horses, Dogs and Donkeys" on TUESDAY ONLY. Balloon Ascentions Wednesday and Thursday. & o IF 5? ,rt ffl There will FERRIS on the grounds like the famous Ferris Wheel at the Worl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

MARCHING AGAINST SEOUL. CHINESE SURPRISED The Japs Have Landed and Are Building Fort Near Port Arthur. There appears to be a gradual shitting of the scene of notion from Corea further north find within the territory which is properly Chinese. The combatants are engaged In ttrengthing their respective portions and estimating the strength of the enemy. Ao cording to Chinese Informntlon the number of Japanese Id Corea Is M4.0.H) men of whom s0 an' envalry. The Chinese troops are three days' march from Heoul, where the Iwlligereut lort-ee are expected to meet. China l Mill to have directed all her Euro pena agents and representatives to bestir themselves In the purchase of first clasa ernlsers. battleship, rams and ammunition. Hhlpe from Chile are expected to arrive In Chinese water soon. 1 he Chinese who were landed from Junks south of Tutting river, about f0 nillea from Ting YauK, are laid to be wandering In the mountains north of Heoul and are supported In a great measure by friendly...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

PRESIDENTIAL PLAY. 8ports and Amusements of the Nation's Rulers. Famona Qame Preserve Near the National Capitol When President Clovelanil goes to his slimmer Lome on Buzzard's Bay ho tnkes a few short Ashing trips, tmt boyond thnt he indulges in no sports. It is when he is living in Washington that he goes on his moro important shooting or fishing expeditions. He usually does his gunning on the shores of the Potomac river and Ches apeake Bay. He likes duck, shooting. His trips sometimes last a week, and during part of tHit time he may be inaccessible by mail or telegraph. His hunting g.ound is substantially the same that Benjamin Harrison used, And constitutes what may be termed the great presidential game preserve. It lies south of Washington and takes in the fotomao river and Chosapeake bay to tho sea. The game includes wild ducks (among which are canvas backs), quail, pheasants and snipe,and occasionally wild turkeys. If a presi dent is a true fisherman and will Ash with only the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

Che it Star 8utrri)itiin tl.fiO jtrr vr, in mirnmr. vTWrnV KPIIKNM nTkTh lor anT ! n h. W K PNKKDAY. S WTKM IVKIt 1 ..TwiT An lmli'Mnili'nt Wnl pnpor, putilUlicrt nvcrjr Wtilni"lny nt ltoynnllvllli .li'lTr-Mtn Co. Ph.. ilrviiicrt l h Inti'iwtmif HrynnliNHIIn ftnrl .It'nVrMnrHMHml y. Non-ixiltllcnl, will trrut nil with fulriiiM, nnil will hi'Cliill)r frli'tiil ly townrtU tho liilNtrlnv rliiNH. RiiliTli1lnn irlrofl.lflM-ry(if,ln mlvmirx. Otmmuiili'itthm liitiinili-d for ixilillrnllon tnnnt Iw iuvimmnliMl lijr tin wrftr' nnnn, tint fur iiiililli'iitlon, hut nn n giinrnntiM' of rimmI fnltli. lntrMtiiK rrnwn lli-mx willi'llcil. AilvprtNlnir rntiw nmilo Wim-n m Applic a tion nf f hi nlfli' In ArnnliiV II lock. .plight jr romnimilrHllonii unci rhnnirp nf ftdviTlHctncntu kIioiiIiI rrarh thin olllro hjr Mmiclny noon. Artiln1" nil I'ominiinli'nllnnii toC. A. Htcph enNon, l(pvnoMvllli, I'n. Kntpiwf nf Dip noMnlnVp nf Hpynoltlmrlllp, Pn., nn minnij rlnnn mnll mnttpr. Twenty voter wore rcKlHtoiv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

fflK it 'Star Hulwription $t.HO prr lrnr, in lulrnnrt, V. A. KTHFIIKNUON. Kdltor and Pub. W KI)N ESDA V. HKl'TKM HKH 12, 1 W nilrtV WmIp. Inxu-nicr trains arrive ml leave Itujrn olilavlllc m follows! Allntimy VttUry JfntoTrtt. Knutwonl. Wmtwnrrt. Trains, - t.H . m.lTmln , - 7 40 a.m. Train I. - I (HI p. m. Trnln 1, - 1.4 p. m. Truln a, .M p. m.lTmln II), - - S.4S p. ni, Vlrnrfifhi if Muhnning fni7tr;. Train No. 7n, lenrra at T.10 a. m. Trnln No. 71, nrrlvon nt 7..W p. m. mtrNoi.iwvn.i.i riMT-orrtca. Mnlln arrive ami leave tlin pont-offlro as follows: Arrive. Iopnrt. rnoM rna wkht. ronTim awt. I. 1(1 p. m. - - 7.m p. tn.l13.ao p. m - - .?n p. m. rium TiirmnT. I ton tii wkst. B.non, in. - t.m p. nt.l7.llt n. ni. - 1 .1(1 p. m. Arrive from Knthmel nnd I'nwoottvlIWi II. an a. m. Arrives from rnnln Ttiosilnys, Thurnnyii nl HntiiHlnys nt l.iM p. ni. IH-pnrtn for I'resoollvllle, RntlimiM, I'nlilc I illlif hours T.rtl n. m. to n.OO p. m. Money onler omre open from 7.00n. m. tn t.Wip. m. Kt'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

It Might II nrc Been. ' A withered loaf, a silken thead. Homo grasses friill and anrn, Am lying iliwolntn and uad On Love's fnntnatii! blir. Snt yet a eeasnlesa song tlioy sing (X oruel, hopeless pain i For, in tho swotnt thoughts they bring, I hour thn sad refrain: "It might have boon!" A glove Hint dropped fr"m fln.nrs fnlr, A ring with rubles aM, A llttl tressof golden hair With tonrs of sorrow wet, 11-r heart wm light j ao minx alone llnlh lenrned to love and grieve; Anil no through llfn's dull monotonn, Tim gulden tress doth weave "It might have boon!" . tin boat lies Idly nt my foot, Thn iky I blue above, Tln sunlit waves make mtislo awoot, And nil Is fnlr hut Lovei And In thn eup Hint memory takes I tntn again the lm s, And one long Kllnnt chord wakej And whispers to the breeze " It might have been !" Thn fondest love tho heiirt Inn missed May come ng.ilu s unn day. Though eye Hint wc;it nnd Hps we've kissed Hiivm coldly turned awny ; But In the love that llvns apart, Through...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

.1,0IO,tiM Tebnrre HIM Havril. CmrAoo, Hontomber . Speelnl.1 The CIiK-oro Inter-Oeenn IlliHtrntetl Hupple ment, ilmTllilnv Ihe great sneees and merit ol No-To-Pae. has made It Inmoiis In n ilnv. Mr. H. I.. Krnmer, the netlve man, win seen to-ilny nt hlsoftloo, 4.1 ltnndnlph utroet. nnd In talking of No-To-ll:ie's growth, said It wse hard work to keep lip wllh tho nip. Idly Ineroaslnir demand, a every box old Bclvettlseil No-To-Ilno's merit. Ho nlil : "No-To-Hue I not sold on the strength ol the thousands mid tens of thou. Mind of testimonial statements, hilt Under nn alisolute guarantee to cure or money re funded." That made ft long story nhout merit very short, as It absolutely proteets the user from physlenl Injury or flnnm-lnl low.. "Why." mill he, "No-To-lIao will make 100,000 eure thla yenr, nnd the sav ing will average 80.00 for every on cured, or a grand total of 3.000.000 saved Irom falng up In amoks and out In aplt." No. o-Due, la Indeed, a (lod-eend to the poor man these h...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 September 1894

UNFEELING WOMEN. MANY WHO ARE SO CALLED ARE GROSSLY MISUNDERSTOOD. Wnrnfti Whom the Present flenvratlnn line Nut Appreciate Iter use It Does Hot t'nderstnnrt Them The Other Type of Woman Who tit Always Afmhte. A witty nml nympnthrtln tnnn nnco naiil to inn, "I won hi ruther mnrry ft vrcmmn who looktsi fooling nml hnd 110110 thim n woman who mid feelitiRS nml lookoil none. " Of conrst) the any ing nitno nioro from his wit tlmii his sympathy, hut I could not liolp feeling that thero witp moments whi'U I roulil OKroe with him, although I havo known the Tnhm anil tlioscrvieps of tho woman with no feelings to ho underestimated. My daughters, havo n friend a wom an only a littlo past girlhood whoso conipnny is nioro nought after anil rel ished than that, of almost any into I know. Hhe has admirers hy the seoro mid acquaintances everywhere, anil no won der, for slto is cultivated, nl ways cheer ful and will listen to and rally the poor est talker. She is asked to everything in the shapo of...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 September 1894

VOLUME 3. l E YNOLDS VI LLE, TENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1891. NUMBER 19. 4 Childrens' Reefer Suits FOR B-2 OO BOYS' Long Pants Suits FOR $3.50 Mens' All-wool El SUITS for $6.50. Mens' Good Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens' Good Black Suits for Dress $10.00. Remember we have one of thei Finest CUTTERS . in our Merchant Tailor Depart merit. Suits for 820.00 and up. Make a Our Fall Base - Hit and come to Bell's are coming daily. OO ME INI . Where? TO THE "Bee Hive" store. WHERE L. J. McEntire, & Co., The Groceryman, deals in all kindB of Groceries. Canned Goods, Green Goods Tobacco and 'Cigars, Flour and Feod, Baled Hay and Straw. Fresh goods always on hand. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. A Bhare of your patronage is respectfully solicited. - Very truly yours, Lawrence J. McEntire & Co., The C rocc ry men. Overcoats Children's SUITS FOR S2 OO. or Bue ack Men's, Boy's and .Children's SUITS AY - SIZE - OR - STYLE ! Single Breasted Sack Suits, sizes from 33 to 4...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 September 1894

OUR MEXICAN BOUNDARY. MARKING THE LINE. The Trip Through Arizona Deserts-Water High Priced. The United Mates Internal boundary com mission has Arrived ill Hun Diego nnil in com. (ilHing the work of establishing 28 rnonn. meats marking the line between Mexico nnd Iho United States from Kl Paso to the Pnclfla Ocean a distance of about 700 miles. The commissioners am Col. Harlow, United Stntes irmy: Lieut. Gnlllnrd. Vnlted Slates armyi and Mr. Moasman, o( the l ulled Slab's coas nd geodetic survey. Their staff ot euglneers ioldlera and laborers nmnher nbotit eighty. For two years nnd a hall this parly has been t& the field erecting the monuments and sur veying the boundary linn. which was original ly established by Commissioner Emery from IMSto )H59. The fifty-two monuments then erected have been supplemented by 1106 more, which ro for the most part plain Iron shafts on rock and cement foundations. By nggree tnent with Mexico any errors discovered In the original survey by the pres...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 September 1894

THE SUGAR TRUST. Facts of Interest About the Great Combination. How Claus Spreckles Fought the Eastern Refiners. It in gcnorally known that a trunt is formed for the pnrposo of controlling production of cortain articles, and if tills purpose is attained success is as en red. Tiio ratio of success to failures is shout one-half, demonstrating that it is quite a different matter to con ceive a thing and to put it into successful operation. In conversation with well-known stock broker, whoso office is located op on F street, a reporter of The Evening Star recently gleaned consid information about trusts .nd their methods and capitalization. Among the long list of stocks quoted daily and publitihed in The Star, area cum ber of trust whose names hardly con vey to the uninformed the nature of the combination quoted in the mar ket. The broker said : "The history of trusts is short, com paratively speaking, as prior to 1890 v very few of the combinations, such as they are now, wore known to ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 September 1894

Star Sulnwriptmn $1.60 per year, t'ti aftrance. V. A. BJTM'IIKNSON, Kdllor nnl Pub. WKl)XKSDAY.BKPTKMnKKl".1H4. An Incl,p,nltn1 pnnrr, pnblMH'dovi'ry WMini"(liiy hi HtyniliUvllh, ,li'ffipon 'n. Vs., HpvnM'fl to Ihp liiti'ntn of HpynolfWvllln una .Ji'ffiTKonnmntjf. Non-polltli'iil, wllltrrnt All with f(ilrni. .ml will h'tprliilly friend ly ,owi,r,l th Inbortnff Hliftft. SiiWrlptton piii,efl..'y)Mr irpnr, In n(lvncp. Commnnli'ntlorm IntonnVn for nultlli'iitlon mmt bo m'iomnnltl by th writer' nntm not for imbllrntton, but ti nnnrnnti-n of good fnltn. Intnrmtln. nnwa ltm Millclfi-tl. Arivt't-tlnlnif ritton miirio known on nppHcR tlon ni thoofflr In ArnolriV Work. Lvnithty pommiinlrntlonn unci rhnnirn of n1vprtlwm'nli nhould nmrh this ofttcw by Mon'lny noon. AdilroM nil I'ommunlcfitlonii toO. A. Rtcph nMin, UpvnoliNvlIln, Vn. Kntervrt lit tho poMofflec t Rpynnldnvlllo, Pn.. nn flprftnrl rlnm msll mnttor. Wrntlior prORtKntlcatorn tell that thort? will bo killing front from Httpt. 27th 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. — 19 September 1894

fcfrg Star- Subcritim $t.SO fitr year, in aihanre. !. A. HTKPIIKNftON. Kdltor and Pah. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 18114. RiravtUr' OTutti. PnMiMiffnr trnin arrive and leave Reyn oldsvlllo as follows: Allegheny Valley Iinihray. Eastward. Westward. Train, - d.44 a. m.lTntln , - -7.40 a.m. Train I, - - l.ni) p. m. Train , - 1.42 p. m. Train , - H.M p. m.lTraln 10, - - .4 p. m. Clrarfichl tt Mahoning Railway. Train No. 70, Jinvi nt 7.10 A.m. Train No. 71, arrives nt 7.0S p. m. nrvnoi.jwvii.i.i poT-orrics. Mull arrive and leave the pout-office an follows: Arrive. Depart. moM thi tn. roii the eat. I. 1A p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 12.30 p. m - - (1.50 p.m. rnoM TncrAKT. mh tm t. MO a. m. - t.OU p. m. 17.18 a. m. - 1. 1ft p. m. Arrive from Knthmel and Prmwottvlllo II. i a. m. Arrive from Pnnle Tuesdays, Thurday and Saturday nt .:) p. m. Depart for Prewottvllle, Rathmel, Panic J.ooj). m. Office hour 7.00 a. m. to S.OO p. m. Money order office open fnm 7.00a.m. to 7. nop. m. Kt'xlxtnr office open fro...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 September 1894

The now Japanese minister at Wash ington is ii Yolo limn, but ho In said to Litre no football record. Tho official estimato o( the popula (ion of the United States on July 1, 1H94, was 08,3117,000. The population tin shown by tho census of 1890 was Real rslalo business in London enn I o estimated from the record of a week's doings at Tokcuhouso Yard. Of fifty-two auctioneer who con ducted nale twenty-two had to retire without nulling a single "lot," ami only flvo sold all they had on hand. A French newspaper has put to gether the deathsdirectly and indirect Jy caused by President Carnot's assas sination. An employe of M. Carnot's stables died of a stroke brought on by grief and excitement. A boy was acci dentally stabbed to dunth by a school master who was demount rating too reali stically how Cascrio committedthe mur der. A woman at Perpigtian.who wont mad on suddenly being told the news, threw herself out of the window ami was killed. Indirectly, the event caused the deaths of the...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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