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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 September 1894

NEWSY GLEANINGS. CAt.irnn.KtA 1ms fomnle trump. Thi blejrole rnjj hss upron 1 to Imtlit. ' Chicago's present nrm U 1HJ squremlle. flRcvr DniTAix hot eighty proM-shorlng firms. Cah-fam Is i oonts In Chemlts, Qer nmny. Pkro and Ecuador are "spoiling (or a fight." IMirmk, Ireland, has neither cable not electric ears. AMKnirAS anmirlttot show a substantial gulu tn London. Atlanta, On., Is going to hiT ne lirht-story hotel. Tri Tonullsts fulled to enrry a single County In Arknnsis. Nr.w Yon TtTT Is ororrun with buyers, mostly Irom the Mouth. Thr new Criminal Court House, New lork City, was formally openeil. Tat MId-wlntnr Fair surplus is expected to amount to about 200,OJO. Gr.RAnritAN eolonlfta In Kansas are returning to their old homes. Co!tTtt7En Improvement la business Is Shown by the trade rerlews. Th Peary relief expedition has been re ported "as well" at OoJharn. Tnt Salvation Army Is planning a earn pnlira In the Hawaiian Islands. Tni long drought Is causing groat loss to farmers...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 September 1894

ANTICIPATING FAME. BESANT'S PATHETIC STORY OF "PAUL THE WANDERER." The fillet "ln" t Man Who Win Ll fanr Fnr mtprlty A 1-rrtty I.ltlln Hklt Written In Eiinll.il Novell.!1 Inimi table HI ylr. I knew Mm f.'T "vcral ynnt lufnro hUU-Hth. When 1 flint miido his no qnnintuncv, 1 wiw ulrniily nu old ninil. lie wns nlso, its wan nvlilmit from llm first, n very poor mini. Ho went iilxmt uliiilibilv ilicsscil. Ho curried liieults in i(K'krt In tlio rcudiiiK roc mi nn f litch hit liinclii'd ur took Kimrks at in turvuU diiriiiK llio il:iy. I'lirlmps 1m Imd dinner nftcrwiird, ltit I nhvnys. miHiiect ed hi dinner to tio nn nm-crtnlii luid a iiioviililu feast. It whs imdiTHtcHid tlint Lo was wmii tliiiiK in tlio literary way. I put to know liim liynittiiin next to him day niter day. Wo oxelmiiKeil tlm lnenllic of tlm rendiiifX room, apolo gized fur rrmviliiiif. oneli other with ljonks, uliiiHed (ho talkers, remarked oil thu impudt'iiiu nf thiisti who no to tlio riMiin ill order to dirt and m forth...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 September 1894

lit VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2(5, 1801. NUMHEH 20. Childrens' Reefer Suits FOR S"2 OO BOYS' Lona Pants Suits Fon $3.50 Children's SUITS FOR S3 00. Boys' Knee Pants Suits with extra pair pants $3.00. Roys' Knee Pants SUITS FOR $I.OO Mens' All-wool SUITS for $6.50. Mens' Good Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens' Good Black Suits for Dress $10.00. Remember we have one of the Finest CUTTERS in our Merchant Tailor Depart ment. Suits for $20.00 and up. Black or Blue ! Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS ANY - SIZJE - OH - STYLE ! Single Breasted Sack Suits, sizes from 33 to 48, Blue or Black. Cutaway Frock Suits, Blue or Black. Regent Cutaway Suits, full long style. We buy all our suits from the finest manufactory of men's suits and if you find any of our clothing to rip we ask you to bring the suit back and we give you a new suit. Match Us If You Can. TIlP ONI V GlotMer. flatter llmUrlb and Furnisher. Mens' Prince Albert SUITS FOR $15.00. G. A. R. Suit, the Best in...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 September 1894

V Two fi'iitiirii- li'ivo increased- Eng land's wen! tli fortv foM. The entire pupiilation of Tmlin ilo not spi'inl twelve cents n luml n year for rlutliinv. Only nc-twelfth of tho land of Iilaliu nrotnkiti tip nmi there uro putts of the lin Stote which hnve not cvi-u been surveyed. "li for it in. lm ono of the most re tiinrknblo timber lielts in the worlil, embracing 4,125 srptnrn mile ami containing J32,O00,O0O,0OO foot of lumber. It ie saij thnt only Mecca, in Arnbin, nil Tliussn, in Thibet, lire now cloned to ChriHtmn preacher, but 100 year ago nenrly tho whole worM outside of Europe nnd America wa thnt. Canada La a debt of f .100,000,000, which in about five time grenter per capita of population thnn the debt of the United States. Since 1878 the ex penditures have grown threo times as rapidly an the population. It seems to tho Atlanta Constitution to be n matter of certainty that a large number of Norwegians are making preparations to leave Iowa and settle in Florida, along the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 September 1894

WHISK BROOMS. Sharing the Corn Stalks in the Fields. Tho Bristly Product Def tiy Made Into Brushes. ki oom corn, from which brooms are made, cornea principally from the Western States, says tho Scientific American. The deeds are sown in May or Juno, about one loot apart, in cows. Iu about three months' time the Btnlk reaches to the height of from eight to twelve foot; the top ends, which contains tho whisks, aro then ready for cutting. The atoms arc first bent over about one foot below the whisks and then cut off and packed into wagons and carted to the barns to bo scraped and dried. After dry ing it is packed into bales weighing from 830 to 400 pounds each and shipped to tho broom manufacturers. '1 ho first operation is sorting or se lecting tho stock, the finest and green est being used for the best brooms. After sorting tho material is scraped. Tho scrnper consists of a circular re volving cylinder nineteen inches in length and twelve inches in diameter, the surfnee of which is 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. — 26 September 1894

ElK Star 8tthm)tim tl.HO per iear, in advamt. C. ftTKIMIKNMOflU I: ill lor anil l'nb. W KPN KS I) A vTwTKM m. Anlnli-p-nili'iit lnonl pnpiT.pulill'ilHMlcvrry Wednclay lit KnynoUlHvllli-, ,TtfTrmn 'o. I'., ilnvmoil in the Inh-rMts o( Kfyndlclsvlllo linl .IirfVrmru-niint jr. Non-pDlttli'iil. will ttvnt till with fiilrni'ii. nnil will rwKtpmiRlly fili-ml-ly lownrili tin- Inlxirlnu i-Iiim. dibwrlptlon prlraiI..V)p"ryeiir,lii artviinro. I'mnmiinU-ntlnrm Intnmli'ff for pnlillrnllnn tnut Im iircominlt'il hylho wrftr' niimt not fop pulilli'iil Ion. hut n ft Riinrnnti-t of good fnlth. 1 hutch! In nw ltimn nollcltnd. AdvttrtlMnu rnlnn mmln known on lippl Na tion lit thp nfllc In Arnold' Work. I.pnirhty rommunlfiitlon and rhnnirp of ndvirtlomint should reni-h thin oltlcc by Monday noon. Addrt'M nil c-ommiinli-ntlonii to 0. A. Steph enson, KevnoldsvlllB, Til. Knti-rorf Bt the notnnVi nt Koynoldsvlllo, Pb., n Mfnurl (-Inn. mull mnttcr. Amonfj tho exhibit at tho PlMnbm-g Exposition thin year In a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 September 1894

Stan Sulmeripliim $1.60 per year, in advance. ). A. HTKPiltCN0 tCdllor and Pnb. WEDNKSDAY,SKl'TKMHKR2fl,lM4. LOCAL LACONICS. Hunters arc numerous. The flies will noon bo gone. Chestnuts will won be in market. Flttburg Exposition in now open. Thore wm a big front this morning. Read Reed' advertisement on 4th page. Fresh oysters at J. P. Dunn's restau rant. Road Reed's advertisement on 4th pago. Mason fruit jars very cheap at M. J. Riggs'. Robinson has the shoes and prices to suit all. If you want all the news, subscribe for The Stab. Good bananas for 15 cts. per dozen at J. P. Dunn's. Plain truths in Rood's advertisement on 4 th page. Lookout for the new 2.00 counterfeit now in circulation. Road Reed's shoe advertisement, clos ing out sale, on 4th page. You will And a bargain in English doeorated ware at Sehtiltze's. The heavy rain lost week knocked the Clarion county fair out one day. King & Co. and W. Spry sell six pounds of crackers for twenty-five cts. "Doc" Nugont has opened...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 September 1894

Hint's Tlio Wny. Take the old word in she comes Think thnt times are brightening Snn'-- to nil thn thunder's drums, Ami ren I tho n-ws 'iv lightlig! Pur time's soon gone, Anil tho world moves on ; Mi kiMp n Min watch on tho star, Anil mwl thu mm nt ilnwn! Take thn nlil worlil as shn eomns, Hay she's still entrancing: Hum Ihn unit the fiddle hums, AnM dnn.-o while ho Is dsndngl For time flits fast, And it life's soon past, fo let the hnart heat gladly, And keep singing to thn last! Pin mi L. hTASTo In Atlanta Constitution. LARRY'S OLD FOSSIL. Thorn wan no much talk about Pro fessor Chesney tip fore lie arrived, thnt Larry declared horsulf siok of tho tnhjoot. Lurry was tho only ono of tlio fam ily w ho had not mot him, ami with hnr nminl perversity, mailo up her min.l not to like him. lie nun learned in mathematics, which only scored against him in her eye. " 'Tho calculating power alone whonld seem to lie tho leant human of qualities,' " sho quoted, her small none in tho air. "There...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 September 1894

WOMEN AT THIRTY-FIVE. tmlttlni That Hhe r.vrr (lets There, Tha4 Is Her Must t'hnrnilns; Ate. In reality, nt 35 n wnmnn Is still pausing nt the height of her ;tsoiihI charin. Mio unified the IioIk'IiI per hajs seven or elht years tiernre, him hud smull ex crleni'o or sorrow iiml pain and apprehension, has nut had too hard work for mind or hody, luu had Iml little 111 new, has kept her temper mid spared herself worry, sho has not fairly hegun the descnt; or If uno has, then there Is u sll:hll.v pathetic ( harm about her, says Har per's ltanar, as ntiout the Koltlen tarnish of a rose that diops its llrst petal, but Is still the rose. For Into the beauty of 20, gradually unfolding and expanding up lo U5 :r 26, the soul unfolding and ex panding, ton, has Indurated a Dew quality, one whl h is wanting to youth except In cxtraordlnnry In stances, and this beauty of spirit and of Intellect has been added to beauty of flesh with ever-Increasing power. And then Just as the contours begin to yi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 September 1894

HARLENEt) BY CUSTOM. Thit lllvnrwfl Wiinisn Kill Nut feel Cum rnrtahln A hunt llff Children. Tho fimvrMntlim tMik (iIiiimi nt n tt Mn in n 'lilcK" TcMlnurntit wllltlii cur nliotif liuir n ilor.cn iici-moii, mi it In to 1m jircmiineil tlmt it in nut t 1 coiimIiI. itciI iitrtlfttlitrly pncrctl. Tlm wnnmil in tlm lirnwu ilri'HH liiiit erlili'tilly JiiHt mum in from JViivcr. Tim ni" In Murk liiul innt. lur nt tlni ili Mit, Tlicni wimnn Itllllllltlril li-si r 1 1 it ) 1l (if tlm llctllllrt of tliii Journey; wlmt tltnttHhti Htnitetl, linw llrctl Hltnitnt, wliiit ll Icirllilr clmft Ilium WW Mini Hil furl ll, Illli rHpi !H(rl w llli ci- clitiiniMitim uf Mvinpul liy fnnii her lioiir cr. Then Kim li'iuii'il forward nml umIukI Willi imirn lliiin oriliimrjr intercut: "Iluvn you hccii (li'iirK nlneti?" Ilia coiiiimiiliin'H fiicn took mi iin ex pression Hint Hceinotl tola'token renlHim (iiiii to nil thn cvIIh tlm hitnmii raco ii lltiHtlnctl tn count III cnnliict villi. "Yes, twice, " fIhi iitnrwe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 October 1894

VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTODEU 3, 189k NUMIJER 21. Childrens' Reefer Suits BOYS' Long Pants Suits FOR von $3-50 Mens' All-wool SUITS for $6.50. Monti' Good Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens' Good Black Suits for Dress $10.00. Remember we have one of the Finest CUTTERS in our Merchant Tailor - Depart ment. Suits for 20.00 and up. Make a Our Fall Stock of Base - Hit Overcoats and come to Bell's are coming daily. . OOME IN! Where? TO THE "Bee Hive" store. "WHERE L. J. McEntire, & Co., The Groceryman, deals in all kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods, Green Goods Tobacco and Cigars, Flour and Feed, Baled Hay and Straw. Fresh goods always on hand. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. A share of your patronage is respectfully solicited. , Very truly yours, UawenceJ.Mctntle&.Co. , Th Grocer 7 men. Children's SUITS Boys' Knee Pants Suits with extra pair pants $3.00. FOR S2.00. Black or Blue ! Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS ANY - SIZE - OR - STYLE ! Single B...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 October 1894

BUSINESS HOT NORMAL FAILURES FEW. Volume of Trade CO Per Cent. Below the Average of the Season. H. O. Pun A Co.'s weekly review ot trade Special Inquiry hns been mndn this week nl ell commercial center regarding n0 'n'8 of retnll trade. Wide diversity nppcnra In different trade. The main facte disclosed err: First, marked Improvement within the past monlh end n considerable execs over the bu.-lncs done n yeur ago, particularly iu the necessaries of Hie. Rut, second, It np penre Hint the volume f trade at present In, on the whole, considerably less than In ft normal year, nnd In the more Important trades la apparently nliout 20 per cent, mailer than in September, 1H92. Evidence of continued improvement In wholesale trade and mainifaeture does not appear this week. Thero la large dlstrtbu tlon on order given ionic time ago, but new tulnes going to the manufacturer la every where slackening. The completion of ordera lor replenishment of stock leave a narrower ileninnd. and It la yet to...

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

CARRIERJPIGEOXS. Their Knowledge of Direction Still Unexplained. How the Birds Are Trained For a Contest. Of Into yearn tho interest in carrier pigeons has been very considerably enhanced. Belgium take the lead, but tho other countries aro not far behind. The facility with which the carrier pigeon deter mi no its course is as yot unexplained. To attribute this know ledgo of directum to instinct ismorcly a confession of ignorance. It is much rather sight, reflection, and sensation which guide tho carrier pigeon on its course, and rarely guide it wrong. Tho same faculty is possessed by all migratory birds. To form an intel ligent conception of this faculty, wo must assume either a special sense or a delicate sensitiveness to atmosphoric currents. Experiments by balloonists bave shown that pigeons are incapable of flying at any great height Birds thrown out at 6,000 meters fell liko dead, and even at tho moderate height of 300 meters pigoona liborated by the balloonist, Gaston Ttssandi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 October 1894

Suhnefiplinn $t.HU ;wr icir, in atlmurc. V. A. NTKPIIKftNO, Keillor and Pub. WKDNKSDA Y, tXTOHKR 3. 1M4. An Independent loral paper, pulillln'd every Wednesday nt. KnvnohUvlllo, JellVrMon Co. devoted to the Interest of Ui-ynoldHvlllo mill .liffVrsonronnl y. Non-polllli'iil. will treat nil with fiilrrn'H. mid w.lll rM-rspei-liilly friend ly toward the Inhorlng rlnsa. Putwcrlpllon prlrell.Vlppr jrrnr.ln advam-e. !ommiinleatlon Intended for puhllratlon miil Ihi awompanled hy the writer's name, not for pnlilli'ni km. hut as a guarantee of good faith. lnton"tlnir news Item ollrlted. Advi-rlNInu rate mild" known on applli-a-tlon Bt the omVe In Arnold' Work. Ii'iijthlv eommiinlontlons mid change of advertisements nhmilfl reach thin office hy Monday noon. Addr' nil communications toO. A. Steph enson, Kevnohlsvllle. Pa. Kntcred' at I lie poto(Tlre at ttcynoldsvllle, Pa., a sivond class mnll matter. Sonntnr Will In tho Dnmocrittlo noml noo for (Juvcror of Now York MRt. During tho war In lH!.'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 October 1894

3Eftc Stan SubucripUnn $1.60 per pent, in advance. C. A. NTKPIIV.NNON. Kdllor an Pnfc. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1804. Vtrnvtlrr' OTntt. PassriiR-cr trnlns arrive and leave Koyn oldsvllle as follows: Allcqheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train II, - - 9.44 a. m.lTraln S, - 7.40 a. m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Trnln t, 1 4! p. m. Train 3, - .!W p. m.Trnln 10, - - S.4S p. m. Clrarflcld d Mahoning Haiheay. Train No. 70, leaves at 7.10 a. tn. Train No. 71, arrive at 7.0ft p. m. nr.T!oi.rvii.i.t post-optic. Malls arrive and leave the pout-office at follow: Arrive, Depart. PBOIS TUB WEST. POR THE BAST. 1.15 p. m. - 7.00 p. m.l2..Vp. m - - 11.20 p. m. PHOM THE EAST. FOR THI Wm. I. M)a. m. - t oo p. m. 17.15 a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from Rathmcl and Prcseottvlllo II. 30 a. m, Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdaya and Nnturdays at 3.30 p. m. Departs tor Prcseottvlllo, Rathmcl, Panic 8.ri ii. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. tos.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.90 p. m. R...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 October 1894

America is ft a enormous cuntomor fa the diamond mnrkot. The man who fails to pay Lis in rm Ui when it fulls due will 1)0 charged at the rate of one per ceut a auontk until he pay. Snys Dr. Himon Baruoh, a famous physician of New York: "More cold bathing, more fresh air, less meat, ta ami couVo, and moro milk, cream, vhecHii, breud and bnttor, with easy frltiug clothing, will rejuvenate and be the salvation of onr workingwomen." A rorenl seientiflo writer anys that the effect of n "good novel" on a woman's nerves is very much the mame as the effect of brandy on a man's. He asserts that this sort of timuliitiou may iudtieo hysteria, - b u-b differs only in degree from tiriom tremens. do- American millionaires are not the only ones who And life in England Iwftt mited to their tastes, notes the Chicago Herald. The South African millionaire, J. R. Robiuson, will henceforth regard London as his per manent residence and Mouth Africa as iml a winter resort There is a growing practice in co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 October 1894

Cost of Growing Whrst. Tim 1'nlted States Department of Aftrleulturo has Issued n summary ttmdo from pstlnmtcs of 2",noo farm ers of tho West mid Northwest ami of 4,nu;) experts of the department on the cost of KrowlnR wheat. Tho iiv rrtgo cost per acre for the re Ion cov ered Is 111. (Ill, while the averaKO fof Wisconsin Is nmro than a dollar hlifh sr, or JI2.IK1. Ground tent Is tlx heaviest slnifle Item, and estimated it nearly 13 per acre. The principal Items of cost have roma tied about normal during the past four or flv rears, beinir slightly higher wheran thanire Is noted, owing to Increase ol tost of lalxr during the prosperous times from 1890 to 1892. During ihat period, however, the price of sheat fell nearly one-half. As a re mit either wheat production must be cstrlctcd or a large part of It must ke dono at a loss. hi Con Id lie Familiar Too. Mr. Justice O'llrlen, when Attor ney (Jcneral, was once examining a countrywoman, and thus addressed her: "Now. Mary O'Connor, tell...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 October 1894

1 1 OWl IK (JOT STARTED A MERCHANT TELLS OF HIS WIN NING BY A SHOW OF HONESTY. After Mnnjr t-Mlltirr In Attempt to Tnfrh on," He Wnrkril n I.lttln Nrhrma nn thn lliiMnrM Mini Wlm t II Im Hti-rllliff, llnnrst I'l-How." "YnilW-'l to I ltmv li'W I Rot tny litnrt in Chli-nun, h? Wr-ll, l ilon'l iiiIikIIi'IHiik you nliniit. ft row, nltlmtiKh ynn nmy lint Imlorsn tlio iiiriiiwl ndopt t.l. " Jlrro tlm niprrlinnt titlnm IiuikIipiI lionrtily, witliilinwliiit Ills cignr fir tlin )riiiw. After ti moment nr two hn rn xumi'il: "I Imil rnmn licrn from tlm country, K pnwky farmer Imy, ignorant of tlio Wnya of tlio worlil iiml ilinjiosnl to ro Knril rvity city i'Iihji n n ulinrper. Un fit li iivllin linnm I Ii;u1 n Fottlrmrnt Vith my pniiriliiiii, who turnirt over to mo f :i()6 In rneli, nil tlio jioestwloiin I liivl In tlio world. "Thn distress of tlicimiiioof lHTiTliml not jmwd, mid tlilnj-s wero awfully dull liero. After nrcurillK n Inoili'Kt liniiriliiig llollHO I nnplied myself with dillKelieo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

lie VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOHKU 10, lll.M. NUiMJJEK 22. Children's Reefer Suits run 130YS' bono Pants Suits Kott $3.50 Children's SUITS FOR S2.00. Boys' Knee Pants Suits with extra pair lantn $3.00. Mens' All-wool SUITS for $6.50. Menu' Good Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens1 Good Black Suits for Dress $10.00. Remember we have one of the Finest . GUTTERS in our Merchant Tailor Depart ment. Suits for $20.00 and up. Black or Blue ! Men's, Boy's and Children's' SUITS ANY - SIZE - OK - STYLE! Single Breasted Sack Suits, sizes from 33 to 48, Blue or Black. Cutaway Frock Suits, Blue or Black. Regent Cutaway Suits, full long stylo. We buy all our suits from the finest manufactory of men's suits and if you find any of our clothing to rip we ask you to bring the suit back and we give you a new suit. Match Us If You Can. BELL,1 TIlP HNI V Glotnier. flatter lllu UHb and Furnlslier. Boys' Knee rants SUITS FOR $I.OO Mens' Prince Albert SUITS KOK $15.00 G. A. R. Suit, the Be...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

DEATH OF TWO NOTED MEN. ANDREW G. CURTIN. Pennsylvania's War Oovernor Pnss?e Peacefully Away. - - At Dellefonte, Tb., Andrew Gregg Curtin. Hie moot famous of all tho "war governor,'' whose services to his country In the capacity nt ehlet executive of Pennsylvania during tlm war il the rebellion were mot conpleHou, breathed hi last ut 8 o'clock Hominy morn ing, after a llugorlng Illness. The malady which ended hid distinguished career wu lounilcd In nervous derangements, brought on by mental strain In connection Willi hi liu-lnes Interest, ami complicated liy the Inllrmltleii of olil ngV. ll'i wa 70 year tilil onthe22dot hist April. A lull on the lee lat winter Involved trundle from which lie never entirely reeovered. ami during 111" extreme heat ot lust summer chroule stomach trouble were aggravated by the weather. All thl helped to halen the end, alllimiKli hi Hani sickness eontlned hltn lo l)ed only four dnvs prior to hi death. Three physician have been In constant at lendanee. lr...

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