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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

IOn FARM AD OARDEX. VAt.t-H or rr.F.i. Every farmer should make it a point io save every tit of food possible. It will nil lie needed this year. The drought in tho West has cut short hay, oats and corn over a vast extent of country, anil leek of pasture has com pelled feeding what should 1)0 laid ly for winter. The lnek of feed will canso nn curly rush of poor.hnlf-fatted and inferior stock to mnrkct. Those w ho have the feed will do well to keep their stock till this riiHh in over, Good, well-fed stock ouht to bring remnncra live prices Inter on. N'ew York World. TOTASH AND SonrtEU Both lima and potiiKh have Viccn -often roeominended to clear land of sorrel. Moth aro good, lmt the rea son often given therefor, that the alkali in potash and tho caustic car ibnn in Iimo help to correct the sour ness of the soil, is not a true one. Tho sour tasto of sorrel is not the re sult of sourness iu tho soil, as it will prow on land that is sweetened with limo and potash. The reason why these m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

Che it Star. tiubiirri)limi $1.60 per V'lr, in otlrtmrr. C. A. 'rKPIIKN03, P.dllor and Inb. WKT)NKsiAY, OOTOBKU 10. 1H1I4. A n Independent local paper, published every Wl'dliculay lit ItnynnliNvllle, Jcffernnn Co. Fa., f ! voii-tl to the lntoreM of Kcynold'tvtllo ann .letTcrKoncimnfy. Non-polltlc al, will treat." all with fiilriuvw. ann will leepei,lally friend ly toward the Inhnrlnii claw. Piilwrlinlnn prlccI..Vpcryenr.ln advance. INmimiinlcatlona Intended for publication miiKt ho accompanied liytho nrrltor'a name, tint for publication, nut n a mmraMoe nf good falib. Interesting news Itenm millclted. Arlvcrtlidnir rate made known on applica tion at t he oflti'v In A riinlriV Block. I.ciwlity communication and change of advertisements nhould roach this ofllce by Monday noon. Address nil communication toC. A.Ktcph non. Kevnoldsvllle, la. Kntored at the nostofflce at Reynoldsville, Fa.. a second claw mall matter. The election day rltuweth nonr. Sumo people will konp everything they jr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

ffifie j Stan Sulmcription 9l.H0 per year, in advance. C. A. BTKPHKNWOK. Kdllor and Vnh. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10, 18!W. Traveler' OTntfet. Paenor train arrive and leave Royn oldsvllle aa follows! Allegheny Valley llnilway. Eastward. Westward. Train , - -' a. m.tTraln , - -7.40 a.m. Train I, - 100 p. m. Train J, - - 1.42 p. m. Trains, - D.IW p. m.lTraln 10, - - 8.4H p. m. Clear.fteld Mahoning Rniheay. Train No, 70, leave at 7.10 a. tn. Train No. 71, arrive at 7,0ft p. m. mtTnoi.mvii.M ror-orice. Mall arrive and leave tha poat-offlre aa follows: Arrive. Popart. nniiTHinT. ronTtta bast. I. 1ft p. m. - 7.00 p. m.tlJ.30 p. tn - - JO p. tn. mow Tim r ht. nut tbi .00a. m. - - S.oo p. m.7.l a. m. 1 IS p. m. Arrive from Rathmel and Preaeottvllle II. 30 a. m. Arrive from Pnnlr Tuesdays, Tnurdays and Saturday at 2.110 p. m. Depart for I'itix'oUvIIIp, Rathmel, Panic 3.on n. m. niee honr 7.00 a. tn. to A.OO p. tn. Money order office open from 7.00 a. tn. to 7. HO p. m. Kexiatvr office open from 7....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

Tim railroads of the United Statos tinve prcneut debt amounting to 31 1, ooo.ouo.ooo. Agricultural depression in England in shown by tho fact that a fnrm that rented for year for 80,000 a ycor now brings but 1,A00. Slonnt Hercules, in Papnn, or New Guinea, dispute Mount Everest's cloim to bo tho highest in tho world. Ilereuloi claims 32,780 foot of alti tudiuosity. This year, nnnouncos tho Rochester Font Express, tho Stato of Now York has cxpeudod ? 1100,000 toward "tho completion of tho new cnpitol" that lias now cost nearly 120,000,000. A new "sign of tho times" is tho Rrent plenty of venison in the Lon don market. Formerly thoso who owned door shooting sent tho bucks to their friends; now thoy so ml them to market to make a littlo mouoy. The growing habit on the part of tho British public to discard first and second class carriages and take to the third-class carriages ia said to have Lad a perceptible influence on the manners of the working classes. The old third-class passenger...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

nrraww The jr Wrro Mfi Here Is a conversation betwnm two men that I heard yesteririj morninjr. If they had been women 1 wonder what would have hap pened. "ilavc you met the new partner lo that firm yet?" "Yes." Ms he a young man? "No; not very young. About your ngn, I should think " "Do yo i think 1 am old?" "Oh, not very old, but you are con siderably older than I am." "I doubt that, but how old are you?" "I'm 30. How old arc you?" "Thirty-seven." "Then i am younger, but 1 thoueht you were even older than that. You lock older." "Oh, you think no?" "Yes. Maybe it's the bald spot that makes you Irnk o'der. Then you have an old figure, too." All this was said In perfect earn estness, and yet the rucn parted friends. Coonnnnt Hotter. There are several factories In India and one, at least. In Ku ore, that at Mannheim, Germany, where butter is made from coeoanuts. A Mran Onl nl llir Dimmltr. Any II minor bonding o( tbo ba"k for any ln(rth of tlmo Imivos It In n nrenlci-nml eon )lllon. A ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 October 1894

BKCKET OF T1IK AUK. IT WAS REALLY CONSTRUCTED JUST LIKE A LEYDEN JAR. thm Mr Tliat t inif Out of It Kltw trlml Aaron's Hon Wm Klimtrnrntril, KillMin anil Train, II ml Tlir? I.I rnl nt Tlmt Tlinf ritiilil Snt llnvit MMrmiiMil Asrnn. TliiTn 1h lintMntf now on tlin turn of Hio nnrtli, nuil Ohto in no lnilt tlmt cWtrW'ity wnswll known to tlio Israel itiw nud trolmlily to tlin l'liii'iilolium. Thn first ivcorrt of ili.'ctricnl iliciioiiictin in iw dIiI oh tlio Ten ('oiiiiiiiuiilniimts. Mohoh, when lio n-o'lvi-d thn stonn tn Win nn which 111" Ton CuimiiniHliiH'iit wnro written tlin wooikI timo, linllt a boK out of llr not thn common mdiir or any ntJur nntivo wimmIs, Imt flrwooil, htrb liml tolmimirlol liy l'hn'iiicinti mcrclmnlH from thn sonthrrn jmrt of Eumjrn, NVns thin flmliii ncciilcntiil nn nivnunt of tint ((rent vnlun of tho nmin ous wood, or wiin it tlin ohoioo of tho bfl known nonconductor ninontf tlin prut iinmlKT r.f vnrioim timliiTH? Mnsos hml thn fir box lined inxido nnd trotn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

VOLUMK 3. UKYNOLDSVILLE, l'KNN'A., WEDNKSDAY, MTOHKIl 17, HUH. NUMIIKJJ 23. Children's Reefer Suits roit BOYS' bony Pants Suits Knit $3.50 Children's SUITS FOR Boys' Knee Pants Suits with rxtrn pair p.'llllH $3.00. Hoys' KlH'l Pants SUITS FOR $I.OO. Mens' All-wool SUITS for $6.50. Menu' (Jood Business SUITS for $8.00. r Merit,1 (Jocxl Black Suits for Drew $10.00. Remember we have one of the Fiiietst CUTTERS in our Merchant Tailor Depart ment. Suits for $20.00 and up. Black or MG Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS VISTY - - OR - STYLIC! Single Hreanled Sack Suit?, nize from .1!) to 48, Hlue or Mark. Cutaway Frock Suits, lilue 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 wc ask you to bring the suit back and Nvo give you a new suit. Match Us If You Can. BELL, TIlP ON I V Clothier, Hatter MIC UNb and Furnisher. Mens' Prince Albert SUITS I (III $15.00. G. A. R. Suit, the Hest. i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

THE BUSINESS SITUATION. NO MARKED CHANGE. Not Much Reliance In th Government Crop Report. - - H. (I. Pun A Vn.'n Weekly Review nl Trade pnynt IhimIiimh In Mill walling fir tho development of retail trade. There In a lltlln better demand Id some Industries lint nut no good In othors. Wholesale dealers In Hourly nil branches nre halting because business does nut yi't show distinctly wlmt It Into b". Lower price tor th great farm ntnplon and lower wagon In Minn ostul.llshmciiln binder purchase for consumption, while political un wnt nnd uncertainty also linvo nuinn n-taril-lopr Influence. Meanwhile, Inrgn Import nml iimnll ex porta of merchandise, with Inniioqunln em ployment for money here, are mining thn rate of foreign exchange, no Hint possibili ties of K"l 1 exports somewhat affect thn stock market. 'J im halting attitude fur tho moment la disturbing to thnsn who hnvn looked tor continued Kiiln, IIioiikIi, rightly considered, It In thn niitiinil cnnscqiicncn of conilltlonn which w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

CIIINAVNAVY. Her Fleet of War Junks Replaced Bj European-Built Vessels. Naval Academy and Schools for Teaching Navigation. China linn long recognized the nocos ity of it navy, aud her fleet of war junks wan, before the introduction of European-built ships of war, very ex tensive, but her experience in the "opium war" with Orent Uritnin led her to (inspect thnt possibly these ves dels of venerable design were not nil that she imagiuod them to be i but events movo slowly in China, mid twenty-five years elapsed before that suspicion became a certainty, and she could bring herself to believe that her war-junks were worthless. In 18H7 and IHtiH some gnnbonts were built for her in England, and n few in her own ports, but they were nil small, mid it was not until 1872 that a 3400-ton wooden frigate, con structed by Chinese labor under foreign direction, was launched at (Shanghai. Hiuce then a number of composite and one steel vessel have been turned out by the Chinese dock yards, the three...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

3T1k -fr Star Siilrriflinn tl.fio jtrr iciir, in tuivnnre. A. ftTKPHKNKON, Kdllor mid Pub. V KONKSDA Y, (hTtoHKIU 7. 11147 An InilftM'iitli'nt lurnl paper, ptilillshrd every Weilnrsiliiy hi Iti'Viinlilsvllli', .letTrrHiiii t'i. Ph., ilevuted in tlui Interest of Kryniililsvllln awl .li'lTersoiiriiunty. Non-pollllrnl, will trciit nil with fnlrnis. nml will heespei-lnlly frlniul ly towttnl the Inliorlnft rlnss. pilitsrriptliin nrireTl.iw'l" ryiMir, m niivmirt'. ii-n ronimutili'iit Ions Inti'tiil for niilillriitlon must Iw nrrotnpittiliMl hy the writer's name, not for miMli'iitloii. lint nn n Riinraiitee or istri fnltli. ttitoresllmi new Itrinssiillrltfil. Ailvirtlsltur rules untile known oil npitllrn tlon nt the ortlre In Arnold' HIiM'k. I.enirlity I'ointmiitlrntloii nml rliniiire of advertisements should renrli this tiuVe by Mondfiv noon. Aililri' nil I'limniiinli-ntlons to (). A. Cleph enoti, ItrvnoMsvllle, 1'n. Kiitereif nt the postoftlre nt KeynolilRVllle, Pa., ns mHMiml da mull mn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

mt it Star Subttcription $1.60 per year, in advance. V. A. NTKPIIKNKON, Kdllor and I'nb, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 181U. Rrnvtltt1 ult. Pamenser tralna arrive and leave Revn- oldavllle a follows: AUrahrny Valley linihray. Eastward. Wostwarrt. Trnlnli, - s.44 a. m.lTraln ft, - -7.40 a.m. Train I, - 1.00 p. m. Train 2, - -1.42p.m. Train a, - - 6.117 p. m.lTrnln 10, - S.4S p. m. Clearfield cf Mahoning Haihray. Train Vn. 70, leaves at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrlvea at 7.0S p. m. Rr.YNoi.ivn,i. poxT-orrica. Mall arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive, Depart. from Tim wwt. mn Tna KAKT. I. 15 p. m. - 7.01) p. m. 112.30 p. m - - 0.20 p. m. rnoM thk r.ABT. roRTnawr.BT. S.00 a. m. - 2.HU p. rn.l7.1A a. m. - - 1.1(1 p. m. Arrive from Rathmel and rrewottvlllo II. ana. m. Arrive from Panle Tuesdays, Thurdaya and Hnturdiiy at 2 .10 p. m. Depart fur l'rewotl vllln, Rathmel, Panic J.OOj). m. Offlee hour 7.00 n. m. toS.OO p. m. Money order ofllre open from T.Ofln.m.lo f .SO p. m. KeKlRt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

In 1877 Montana hod within her fcordors only 70,288 sheep. In 1804 tho number hn.l risen to 2,780,908 heop. Whilo tho foreign born comprint (nt thirty-niuo per cent, of tho wholo population of Chicago, thoy fiirninh over forty-nine per cent of tho voters. The post-oflico savings bank busi ness hns been growing enormously in Knglnnd. Lost year moro thnn CH,. 000,000 interest was croditod to de positors. Tho Danish government hns nndor taken, during the years 1895 and 18011, a deep sea exploration in tho Greenland nnd Iceland waters. Tho expedition will bo accompanied by a lotanist. Tho Turkish Government 1ms or dered tho aqueducts of Solomon in Jerusalem to bo pnt into repair. Thoy vill bring water into tho city from tho fountains of Arroul. A tunnel 4,000 yards long will bo built at a cost of 82,000,000. Tho acpicduct was still in working order in tho time of Christ Cnldoron, the well-known Spanish writer has joined tho crnsado now go ing on in Spain against tho inhuman practico of ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

Wnmrbanr'a Gmmi. To mtiVt our own troubles the mixim ef helping the tronblm of olhen Is noble ef. fort for (tool. A well lllnstretoil lntflni of this klmlljr sympathy Is shown In n letter from Mr. Knonti I,. Hunneom, Rohool Airent, Mnrnhd-ld, Mn., nn old Union floldlnr. Ho toy; "It msy do enmnliodv dome irood to statu, I dm A man of GO nd when 40 hud A bud kni end rhenmntlem let In. I wet leme three ynnre end vry bud mom of the time. I jrot 8t. Jnrohs Oil end put if on three tltnee end It nwide a cure. I nra now tn gooi health." Mr. Wlnalnw's PnntMns "lyrnp for children twihiicr, hoftrnn tlir fftimn, reduce Ihflaii'inft tion, allay, pnln, tines wind colir. . buttle I'tiyolclnne cnrringc have tho right cf wny In IJcrlin. tr. Kilmer1 BwAKr-IlooT enrss nil Kidney nnd Madder tronblos. I'aniphlMnnd t'onnultntlnnfree, Labrntory l)lnthnmptoii,X. V. The French Montieller gnve a name to the Vermont .Mont poner. If affllrtrd with nreryenw lr. twinr Tbnmp .on'a Kyw-wntiT, Driiiftfiatnnell at V...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 October 1894

.A SHATTERED JDOU Xnrh week I tn liim tnko nn X Anil put U i" n l Hit .And mnll it, nnil for that I own I liknl him nil tlm Ix'ttrr. I thought of Mimn dcnr country homa, A put icnt mot lT hcnrlnu A bnrdi-n lightened by tho thonulit Tlint lie fur lur win carlnii. Tils unrly wny mid liiinlrncd fftca 1 Cftftly fnru'ftvo. him, Bcrnuranf thla, !ii wi-rkly Rift, Dnuvinuu ilmi tuiiiil huvu hhn. But oil, nliis! Ono f ulcful Any In nklnu forn lonn lip, With n-fnl "ntlis, ilrcliirod hernast bond on timt nllmnny. Washington Now. THE POWER OF THE PRESS. Hnw It Might H ' lllRhi-'t TVrrentrlal ! llltiHtrntlnn of Omnipotence-, j Colonel Pnt Donnn, tho (vMirfl"l I convspoiiili-nt, Kiiciikin on flirt miby-nt j of pditorn of ncwspupiTS to a 1'hil.idcl jiliin Nrws mini, mud: Wo pjR'ak it lOtij'litiul, rranci', (iir- many, Hnssia nnd tho United Statrs ns "tlm frrvat rinwrvM, " lmt nmonn nil tho powovrt of 1'urlli tho vnvsa Htauds iasily ' first, mid fin-iiicst. If rvory journalist fully ninnvrl.'iti'd ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

VOLUME 3. KEYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 21, 181) . Children's Reefer Suits Long Pants von $3.50 &-2.00. 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. Make a Our Fall Stock of Base - Hit Overcoats and come to Bell' are coming daily. COME INI Where? TO THE "Bee riive" store, WHERE L. J. McEntire, & Co., The Grocery man, 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 Bhare of your patronage la respectfully solicited. Very truly yours, Lawrence J. McEntire & Co., The Groetrymcn, i IBOTTH' Children's Boys' Knee Pants Suits with oxlni pair limits $3.00. Suits SUITS FOR hS. K ). A p Men's, Boy's and Children's S U'l T S A.IS'Y - SIZE - Oil - STYLE ! Single...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

THE MILITIA AND THE MOB. LYNCHING PREVENTED. Oblo Militia Defend a Fiend t a Fearful Cost. Two person killed outright, four fntnlly hurt, one of whom hn since died mid several Injurrd nre the results of nn infuriated mob ct cltlr.cn who nt Washington C. 11., 0.,trlnd le wrest Jn.HHr IMhy from the tmi of the law nnd wreak summary .millmi'iit upon hlaifor bin confessed crlmu. The killed arei Hmlth Welch, aged 10. Jesse Judy nnd Mac Johnson of Wllllnm turn, Browu county, died In an hour. Wnilnm Hams, eliot through the bowels fntnlly. George Renting, nged 14, abut through both legs Atid groin, will die. 1'. U Nlttorhouso, nn old nnd prominent rittrcu, shot through lth nnklc. A lull list ol tlin wounded cannot I bad, a I hey were taken nwiiv promptly. Wlllinm Kolhy, colored, ono week ago. criminally assaulted Mm. Mnry ('. lloyd.aged ttt, nt Parrots stntloii, neur Washington court house, was enptured nt IMawnre, ., nnd brought Into eourt nt 4 o'clock Wed nesday afternoon. Ho pleaded guilt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

INDIANS WHO WORK. Ouly About Ono-Quarter Receive Government RatiotiB. Largo Sums Which Some of Thorn Earn Dally. Tho United Htntos army In no longer an "Imlinii police," no it linn Ih'uii Cnllcil so often. It is nioro likely to be summoned to ipmll a riot tlinn to put down itn uprising. Tlio secret of thin i-hnngn iu "Lo" is tlmt ho Iiiih been titught tlio white innii'i) ways nnd linn been convinced tlmt it in bettor to labor in tlio Cii I.Ih IIiiiii to indulge in ghost dances nnd to go ' tlio war path. Itin occupation nn a disturber of domestic tranquility in none. Here after liu in a factor iu ngriculttirnl Com moron. Major Powell, tho chii f of tlio bu roan of ethnology, writing nliont tho Iudinnn nonio timo ago, said: "Moro tlinn two-thirds of all tho Iudinnn now wrest from tho noil and from Indus trial oo('iiiatioliH tlio tnoaim of nuhtis tonco without nid from tho general government, having aliandonod limit ing, fishing and tlio gathering of nn tivo vegetables, except nn n inn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

Unhnrriitlinn tt.M )rr irnr, in iith'tnire. '. A. ft'l'KlMIKNNOU ICdllor mill rub. WKDNKSDAY. KJTlHKIl 24, lsn-1. An Ihili'tientlf nt lornl puller. iulillihed every VMltH"liiy nt KoynolilHvlllo, .letTei-Hon t'o, !., devoted tot lie Inlnii'itii of lie ynoliNvlllo ami .li'MVixoiiroiint v. Niti-(Mllt Icim. will tri-iit nil with fnlritew, nnil will Mr eiei'liilly friend ly luwuhli the lulioi-liiir i'Ihnm. HuVmerlritlon iirli'rI.Mtieryrnr.ln ndvnnee. t.'ommiinlriitloim Intended (nr rnililleiitloii must Imi nrroinimnlcd liy Ihn writer's mime, mil for iiulillriillon, lint. n it ttiiuriml i c of good fiiltli. Inlonwllnir nvm llenn willi'lled. Advorll'hiir rule nmilii known on niilli'U tlon ill tin- ntllrii In Arnolds' llloek. I.onnhfy eomiiniiilriitioii nnil rlninun of mlvnri Im'mentn hIioiiIiI renrh lliln ollli ii liy Momliiy noon. Addrewi nil nmmiinli-ntlonii to ('. A. Hli'pn cnnon, Ki'ViioltNvllie, Pn. Entered hi the noitoflti-e nt. Heynnldiivtllo, Ta.. an wm'oiiiI i'Iiihh nmll nmt tur. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

3Tfte j Star Siihiteripthn $1.60 per year, in adranrt. C. A. HTUPIIKNSON. Kdltor and I'lib. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 18n4. STrtelv PlnlM. Pawnor tralna arrive and leave Kejrn oldavlllo aa followai Allegheny Valley ltaihray. Eastward. Westward. Train , - 44 a. m.lTrnln (I, - 7.40 a.m. Train 1, - - MM p. m. Train t, 1.42p.m. Train a, 8. .17 p. m.lTraln 10, - s.48 p. m. Vlearfleld ct Mahoning Railway. Train No. 70, leaves at, 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrive at 7.0A p. in. LOCAL. LACONICS. "Tho Detective." Did you "enthuse?" Shoe at cost at Reed's. All shoes at coat at Reed's. Homer L. Castle Friday night. The air In full of polities this week. Marvin bread for sale hy .1. P. Dunn. Fresh oysters at J. 1. Dunn's restau rant. Oats at 42 cents per bushel at Hwartz Bros. Dom., Rep., Pro. this week. Hip, hip, hurrah! New glassware just received at II. J. Nicklo's "The Detective" at tho opera house Oct. 2.1th. Good bananas for l. cts. per dozen at J. P. Dunn's. Children's corset waists at 4." c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 October 1894

Ill England over $1,000,000 worth of medicine iH nnniinlly distributed gratis at the dispensaries. Tlio authorities of Philadelphia havo declared Hint tho rcil ling of an archy will not bo permitted on the streets of that city. A largo number of tho merchants of Chicago hnvo organized for tho pnr poso of compelling tho railroads en tering thnt city to elevate their tracks. Tho Medicnl News says thnt even eewago water enn bo converted into pure drinking water by Band filtration in filter basins at tho rnto of 2,000,000 gallons per aero per day. Tramp apiaries are common in Southern California. Tho hives nra set on wheels, tho colonies moved from one pasture to another to suit the season and secure the most honey. Hnys tho Kansas City Journal : A New Orleans man was compelled to pay 817 for plucking three rare flow ers in a Philadelphia park. He might as well have bought them at a fashion able florist's. M. Flnmmsrion, tho well-known French nstronomer, writes to the New York Herald th...

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