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Unhin'rifilion tl.fiO ir cor, in lulranre.
An lnliM'tiili'nt lornl nnper, piililNln'ti'rjr
WpiIiii'mIiiv Ht ltfvnolnvllli. .hfTron ('il
l's., ilrvotrcl tn tlii IntrrfOK of HrynoltUvllh.
ntul .fflTi'roiiriniiMy. Nnn-pollltriil, will trrnt
nil with fiitrm'. unit will ni'tniMt'lnlly frlonn
Iv tiiwiinU tin' liilmi-lntf rlu...
Hitlwrtpt Inn irlrtl.!tnM'rriMir,ln nilvmn'i.
Vimirmiiilriithin Ittti'mlptl for iMihllrntlott
BiitMt hi nrroni)Mttiiail hy tin wrftir'n ttiiini,
not for nitlilli'Ntlon, tint tin n trwitrnttt'! of
giMMl fultli. Inh'ivsluiic IH'wn Iti'ln Millrlti'il
Ailvrrtlftlntf rntiHi nutili known on H)llrn
tlnn nt thHoftti't' In Arnold' IIIim'Ic.
Iji'inrhty I'onitnimlrtitloim nml rliiinw of
nrtvi'rtlNfniiMitM nhonlil rini'h thl otllrt tiy
Moniliiy niNin.
Aiiilrt'n nil I'otnnninlrntlotm to (. A. Hh'pti
etiHiin. Ui'Vtiiililvlllc. Tii.
Knti'tW nt 1Im tHmtoftli'i nt Itcynolilivllli.
I'n., n wrotHi rniHM itmii ntniiiT.
C. A. KTl;rili:o, i:tli..r nl I'nh.
WEIWKHDAY. (HTOBElt 12. Wl.
Alf it'd Tennyson, tlm (met, illoil In tho
cni'ty hour nf Tlnifwliiy nmrninir, Oct
Hth. Tlio jrit'Ht poof piiHHcd nwuy an If
In sleep, nflri tlm wuteliers eoulil hniilly
distinguish tin; dual tniitni'iit.
Laughter I tin Involuntary net Inn dm
to tnuseuliir excitement. Anything
that striken tint lieholdcr u highly
llH'OnT'UOUS III' rillll'lllllllH I'1III1I1'Ih
laughter. Ho I'nn mi mutt hi'lp
lunlilntf tlinn lit' rim liolp biviithliitf
Knnio school tcnchcr seem to forgot
til In. , Children are often punished for
luiiKhin( Hhiiitl hi hi'IiihiI. 'when the
iiiiIho wuh wholly Involiintiify and us
miti'lt of n surprise to tlnm ns to tho
teacher. Most of yon remember nf
belnu yanked out unto tho flinir for
llttlo burst of huiKhtef In ki'IiihiI that
you could not help had you boon certain
you would Ikj hunted for It. Many
ti'achein do not know, or at leant do nut
stop to rolled, that laughter In not n
voluntary action, and that a person In
not responsible. Instead of punishing
tho laugher It would lio mut'h mora
rational to punish tho imrson who
provoked him to laughter. Yott might
juHt hh reasonably puniHh a child for
boinjf lvd-headeil or lop-oared an to
punish him for an involuntary burst of
laughter. Punxsutawnoy Spirit.
A lady whoso husband Ih worth alxiut
twenty-live thousand dollars, tinik a
pillow t'tiKO full of hopM to a lady living
at Eleanoru recently and received her
paltry pay for tho wmo, Tho poko had
been tied with a llttlo strip of cloth
about one-half Inch wldo and u foot
long. Tho rich woman asked that tho
Btrinjf bo given back to her and said,
"our hoiiMo Ih lurgo and it takes all tho
rags we can gather up to make carpet
for It." Thin U only an llliiHtrntion of
tho nlggnvdncss of Homo people who
have considerable of thin world's goods.
It may lie that when such people start
out In life necessity demanded that tho
utmost caro lie taken to make both
ends moot, but as prosperity smilingly
entered their homo it found there u
llttlo bud of stinginess which was
tenderly nurtured and fondly caivssed
until at last, like a spoiled child, it
ruled tho household with a hand of
tyranny. This is not always so with
peoplu who have money, and worked
hard to got it, but such jieoplo do live
In Jefferson county. Misers are not all
plauted four feet in the ground. We
onco heard a story of a man who would
occasionally hire his children for a
penny apiece to go to bed without their
supper and then take tho money from
them In the morning. ' It Is an old and
common saying that the more of this
world' goods people get tho more they
want. Is it any wonder evil stalks
abroad in the land when the great bulk
of humanity is constantly looking for
tho "root of all evil." It is right and
just, in fact a duty, for people to
economize, but thoro is a vast difference
between economy nnd stinginess.
Women have been Billingsgate fish
women, and plowed with a cow as a yoke
fellow, and there was no talk about their
"usurping the place of men," writes
Mrs. Lyman Abbott in hor popular
department "Just Among Oursolves" in
the October Liidir' Home Journal.
They were so like the Billingsgate man
and the donkey that tho world was not
stirred to save them from being unsexod.
If the "modern maiden," with an
inheritance of refinement and education,
and with possibilities fur beyond those
which the gentle maiden of a hundred
years ago, trained to stand straight by
being strapjied to "back boards," and to
converse sweetly by practicing "prime"
and "prism," and to make rose con
serves and tine luce, could by tho wildest
stretch of Imagination conceive if, I
say, this young woman is going to
become a swaggering fop, or a bluff
boor, she Is throwing away her birth
right for a mess of garbage. Girls, I
beg of you, mothers, I implore you, to
keep saered every gentle grace of
womanhood. It is your right. Do not
let a false sociul standard, or a
discouraged heart, wrest it from you.
If you have leisure, and live in a elty,
beware how you sink below the manners
of a gentleman while you array yourself
in the garb of one. The country girl Is
quite as much in danger. Shu may be
"loud" in her fashions and in her
conduct, and I know of no place where
there is more painful exhibition of
Unwomanllness on the part of young
girls than on village street. A girl
who from babyhood Is nurtured in the
spirit of a noble graclousness, . though
aba live in the humblest cottage will
be a lady always.
How wonderfully trtto it Is that llttlo
things of llfo tell In tho long run: the
word s)Miken nt tho right moment; the
help given at tho right time; tho
sympathy quickly expressed, and tho
cordial greeting that "dooth good llko
medicine." It takes but a push to start
a stono rolling down hill, and many a
heavy-hearted human being has boon
sent into tho dephs because nf a push
In the wrong direction. It may be
lN'causo it Is easier to push than to pull
that wo mnvo along with tho crowd,
saying Inwardly, "each one for himself,"
and scarcely think it worth while to
lend a helping hand where help Is
needed. Wo forget that by the
persistent doingof little things, deeds of
klnilncHx and consideration, wo are
building up stepping-stones to high
spheres of usefulness. Tho great
philanthropists were not born great,
nor tlid they have greatness thrust upon
them, hut they achieved greatness by
a long-eontltiueil attention of little
things that would have escaped the
observation of people differently consti
tuted. Tho Inventor cannot hope to
win success unless he gives the most
minute attention to all the little details
which go to make up tho perfect
working model. Insignificant things!
Where tire they? What are they?
What seems so to us may lie tho very
things on which hangs great events,
stupenduous schemes, and dire disaster.
The hinge is not tho the largest part of
a door, but how much ileM'iids upon It!
Tho key-stono Is but a small part of the
arch.yet It supports the whole structure.
And In morals, as well as mechanics,
wo will find that carelessness In regard
to little things, the neglect of which
we are pleased to call trifles, have liech
the cause of pitiful wrecks and failures,
of disappointments, heartaehes, and an
endless train of evils. An old proverb
advises us to "look well to tho Htinlcs
and the pounds will take care of
themselves." which is only another way
of emphasizing the Importance of the
little things of life.
Hamburg is becoming Itself again.
"Hoor-gii7.1ors" are devoting mora
time at the lioor gardens and church
going Is t.n tho wane, and dance halls
have lioen oieiied again. The numlier
of cholera cases In the Caucasus during
August nnd September was 127.27.'!, and
the uunilicr of deaths (14.7117.
Mr. Ilowells has given tho title of
"Tho Coast of ltohemiu" to his now
novel of American girl life which Is
ulmut to lie published In The LihIM
Home Journal. The novelist says of tho
story that "it Is uliout tho prettiest
thing I have ever done."
grand procession two miles long
and taking two hours to pass a given
point was witnessed In Dublin on tho
anniversary ef 1'arneH's death, iih an
evidence that tho Irishmen have not
forgotten him.
When tho hair bcirlns to como tint in
combing, shows a weakness of tho scalp
that calls for immediate attention.
Tho best ptvparatlon to arrest further
loss of hulr and restore tho acaln to a
healthy condition is Ayor's Hair Vigor.
Services in the New Stone Church.
Illinois CnurW'r.l
The Presbyterlun congregation yes
terday held tho first services In tholr
now church. The steam heating
appurutus was not in shape at tho
ojiera house, where services have been
held bIiico lust spring, and Suturday it
was decided to go to the new church
and tho basement room wuh cleaned and
chairs put in. Tho new quarters ure
convenient and pleasant and will bo
used until tho church is dedicated.
Home Lire of IHckrlls.
The series of reminiscent articles of
"My Father as I Kecull Htm," by
Mamie Dickens, the oldest and favorite
daughter of Charles Dickens, will begin
In tho next Issue of The LiulM Home
Journal by an entertaining narration
of Dickens' iersonal habits, and an
lnnor glimpse of home life.
To Our Patrons.
Having dissolved partnershin. It is
necessary that all outstanding accounts
be settled before the lnt of November,
1 802, to suve trouble thereaf tor. People
knowing themnulves indebted to us. will
please respond to tho ubove notice..
Thomas Bros.
Wanted.
Everybody to buy 110.00 worth of
goods and get the Qmfitrm Mayaxine
for a year free as it is full of useful
reading matter on many subjects of
interest to the old and young.
Cull and see a copy.
J. C. Kino & Co.
Fur Hale.
A well finished house, suitable for a
boarding house, in Presoottvllle. For
further particulars, inquire at Cam,
Mitchell's office, or at the office of the
secretary of the ReynoIdHville Building
and Loan Association.
Valuable Heal Kr.tf.te for Sale.
The Baptist church and grounds
containing several lots situated in
Presoottvllle is now offored for sale.
Very desirable for resident lota. For
terms and particulars enquire of M. M.
Davis, Reynoldsvllle, Pa.
WE HAVE FIRED THE FIRST GUN
AND THE FIRST SHOT PUT A BIG HOLE
IN PRICES ON ALL FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
MVii'h (iimhI Warm Suitu 4.00 worth 5.00
Mcii'h (Jootl Ht'rvici'filtlt! Suitrt (i.OO worth 8.00
MhiV Finn HiiKitiPHH Suitu 10.00 worth 12.00
Mt'iiV Fino Drt'HH StiilH - - - 14.00 worth 17.00
ThfHti Suitnari! made in Hacks, Cutaways, Doubh
Hi-canted Hacks, Three Mutton Cutaways
and Htraight Huttoiis.
First
snot.
Hoy'H Good Huits
Hoy's Heavy Huits
Hoy's Fine Huits
Second
SllOt
hOIIPtill Huit of Uuderwear, all wool for l.oo worth S?1.5o
UUI Ull A Good Htiir Hat for - 1.25 worth 1.75
A Good Hoft Hat for 75 cents worth l.oo
V jlAf A Good Hervicable Pair of Gloves 5o cents worth 75
Having 2 large stores with big stocks we can "Eat Up" all our
Competitors in the way of showing you a variety of goods.
STORKS:
Reynoldsville
When catturrh attacks a pcrmm of
HCI'ofuloUH dlutllCHtHiH, tho diHCIlHO is
iiliiKwt Hiiro to become chronic. The
only cIllcuclouHcuitt, therefore, Ih Ayor's
Sai'Hupurillu, which expels scrofulu from
tho syrttom and tho cutarrh wnin follows
milt. Local treatment Ih only a waist of
time.
Notics to Subscribers.
A few people who are subscribers to
TltK STAR have neglects to settle for
their subHcription. This is an Import
ant mutter with the printer and should
receive your careful connidoration.
for Hair.
Celebrated Caledonia nunil. NoHlftinjf
required. Tom McKornun, Drayman.
Th. Riurt ol FurluM.
Inventors are proverbiully the sport of
fortune. A poor fellow of this class
named Jobson was once a boarder in a
house on Washington place, New York.
tie had Invented a lot of clever thinirs
which were of no use to anybody, and he
was very hard an. The landlady was a
kindly soul and she did not press him
for a long time, but at last his debt was
so large and his hope of paying it so
small that he vanished from the house.
Two months later, in the middle of win
ter, the man reappeared and begged
shelter for the night. In his old room
he committed suicide. At thut very
moment an advertisement appeared in a
paper calling on Jobson by mime to go
west and claim his shore of a relative's
great fortune. Exchange.
A Now Trick.
Old Fogy Proprietor Why did you
treat that shabbily dressed woman so
coolly?
Sharp Clerk lou noticed 1 sold to
her, didn't you?
"Yes."
"Ami the article didn't really suit
her?"
"I noticed that."
"Sho bought it because she thought 1
thought she couldn't afford it." New
York Weekly.
Friendship and Lot.
In the hierarchy of the affections,
women place love before friendship; men
place friendship before love, as did the
man of whom Alphonse Karr told, who,
on being refused by a lady who offered
to remain his friend, replied; "Thanks,
madam, but I do not know you well
enough. I love you. I desire to marry
you, but my friend no. Friendship im
plies knowledge, respect, congeniality
of tastes. I would have to know you
better before accepting you as a friend."
San Francisco Argonaut.
aiiakwpar.
Billposter (in the country) What sort
of people is that 'ere company which is
eoming from Lunnon with "Romeo and
Juliet?" Do they do any billing?
Local Amateur Do any billing? 1
tbonUl think they did. Why. they're
billing and cooing all through the show.
X qkM BlaAa. ... j
CftMFftIGN NOW OPEN ftT
BELL BROS.
J5oy s Dress Huits ,r. 00 worth Co
These Huits aro Double or single Ureasted with
long or knee pants, ages from .'J years
to It) vears.
TlllPfl en 8 Survicable Overcoats from 2.5o up to
1 INI U Men's Lightweight Overcoats from 5.oo up to
Men's Fine Dress Overcoats from 8.oo up to
Qllfit Men's Heavy Htorm Overcoats from 7.oo up to
UllUUi A11 HizeH from a a4 XXV t() heavyweights 44.
Bell
DuBois.
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Reynoldsville, Pa.
Opposite Htoke's drug store.
1.00 worth l.f)0
1.50 worth 2.00
a. 00 worth 4.00
.00 worth (5.00
Just in
IT WILL
PAY
YOU TO
KXAMINK
OUH
LINK OK
STOVES
nKKOUK
BUYING
ICLSKWIIKUK
A3 WE
CARUY THK
LAUGKST
AND
BKST LINE
IN THE
COUNTY.
Bros
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In fact anything you may denire in our line will be found
in our mammoth store.
The Reynoldsville Hardware Co.
J.s.
-DF.AI.F.U IN
Dry Goods,
Notions,
Boots, and
Shoes,
Fresh Groceries
Flour and
Feed.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Reynoldsville, Pa.
MORROW
8 5.oo
lo.oo
2o.oo
lH.oo
Season !
THE
OF
THE
CINDERELLA
LESSENS
LA BOB
AND
THEIB
KCONOMY
SAVES
YOU
MONEY. '
CALL
AND SEE
our.
STOVES.
Grocery Boomers
W!
BUY WHERE YOU CAN
GET ANYTHING
YOU WANT.
FLOUE,
Q Salt Meats,
I Smoked Meats,
CANNED GOODS,
TEAS, COFFEES
AND AIX KINDS Or
Country Produce
FRUITS.
CONFECTIONERY,
TOBACCO.
AND CIGARS,
Everything In the line of
Fresh Groceries, Feed,
Etc
OoofU ilellcereil free any
pla-e iu town.
Call oh m aiut get prleen.
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W. C. Sehultz & Son.
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