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SulMKriplUm tl.SO jw-r ynr, fit nilmnrr.
An lnilnxiiili"nt Inrnl nitnnr. piilillhiMl sypry
WimIihhmIuv hi. Itt-ynnhisvlllit, .li-nVrmin I'n.
II- ... ....I I... i - ... II I.I III-.
unit Ji-tTi-rxntiriiunt y. Nnn-xlltli'si, will tn-xt
nnwiin niirm-sx, nun win iH-wnnrtnuy mc-nii
ly liiWHril IIiii liilxirlns i-lnxx.
Hiilm-rliilliin irli'ttl.MIit'ryimr, In nitvnm-o.
Onmmiinli'ittliiim liitpiiili-if fur imhlli-ntliiti
must lx xoi-nniiinnli'il hy tlm wrllnr'ii mum-,
nut for iiulilli'nt Inn, but nx A minrxti1-n or
rikmI fulth. Iliti'rt-Mllnif m-wx Iti-mx milli-ttt-il.
Artvi-rtMntr rxli-s nntili- known mi spiillcs
tlitn hi thn nnfi-r In Arnnhlx' lllm-k.
J.inirhty mnimiiiili'ntlnn anil rhnntfo of
nnvnrti4nipiiix xiniiiiii n-nrri mix nnu' ny
Aihln- all i-nmmmili-nlliiii In V. A. Htih
ttinn, Hi-ynnliUvllli-, I'n.
Kiiti-n-il nl lln- Hxliinii'i nl lliyniililirllti-,
Px., iixsi ml i-Iiism iniill iniitti'r.
11. A. HTKI'IIKNNON, Kdltor and I'llb,
WKDNKSDAY. CMTollKIl 31. imi:!.
t'Mm, lli'iijiiiniii Harrison, wlfnof ttit
I'li-slili-nt or tlii I'lilti-d Hlati-s, ilii-il nt
tlio Wlilln llouso ut I.IK j't-sti-nlay
I'nli-ss it ln-avy ruin sixm i-omnx ti llm
ri-soiin tlii-n- Is no fi-Ulntf tvliitt itiliry
tlin ili'imlit limy i'hiino In many si-cl Ions
of tlio roniilry. In sotiin plui-t-s tnomi
tnln NtmiiiiH tluit havo w-vor boon
known to full bavo jronn 1 Homo
fanillli-x In I'l-rlnln si-i-llnnx bavo to
parry tln-lr ntir for niHos.
Wo -Ilpx.'tl tlio fallow Inir from tlio
PiiiiXHiiliiwhoy AVii'd of last week:
"Hint 1st los oouipllt-il lit tlio si-bool
dnpitrtini'iit at 1 1 tii-i-l nl ii for tlio your
oniMnjr .liino II, Mi2, jrvt-s tlm totiil
nuiiior of ncIhmiI districts In tlio statu
at 2,XiH. ii n Inm-iiso of "0 ovor tlio
pivvlous your; totul iminTx-r of st-liixils,
".1. inn, nn Itii'tviiHoof .Vi2; wholo iiuuilxr
of lonelier. ""i..'t.'l!: iiiiiiiIk'I- of pupils,
l77,r)L', i-oxt of tuition, 7,7lM,(i;i7,ll.
Tlio nytiroM hIiow mi Iiion-aso In wstfi's
paid teuehei'H mill Kotioral iitiprovomnntx
nil nlonir tlio lino."
It bits tmg Im'oii known that tlio
workmen alxiut liinnorleii never eontrnet
cbolora, und urn not llnlilo to uny of tlio
epidemic diseases. Tlio limn nml aolds
uhoiI nlxnit tuniioi'leH In siipixisod to
dontroy tho vitality of thodlHPiiHO (rutin.
One would Hupixmo tliut tlio offeiiHivo
odor ulxint theHO ostitlillHhmmits would
tend nitlier to fatten nnd multiply mich
gorms, but vxporionuo proven tho
contrary. During tlio reoont opldemio
of eliolern in Russia, weultliy )x-oplo
rented bouses cIoho to tuuiierieH ut
fnliuloiiH priet'H In order to est-axj tlio
disease. l'uiiXHUtuwiiey Spirit.
Htowart Hiiiljtein, a lud ten yearn old,
Hliihlk-d .luini'B SttvuiiHon, a pliiymnto,
to tho heurt with a ion knlfo ono day
liiHt week. Tho Ixiy died wxm nfter
wui'dH. Tho trouble uceiued from ono
boy throwlni; a eat upon tho other ono.
The kitty wuh iiIko killed. Tho murder
wag committed In tho Seventeenth wurd
of PittHburg. Tho ton-year-oldor munt
have a very wicked dUponltlon for one
of Huch tender yearn. It may have boon
a birthday proiwnt from gome of hl
ancestmn. Tho Stlvaniton boy wus the
on of a panncngor onginoor on tho
A. V. R'y, who baa run an engine over
tho Low Grade division on aovoral
A man who ba boon blunged with a
noble and whole noulod wife and who
dooa not Uxik upon matrimony as a
failure, givex the following advice to
young men: "If you are for ploamire,
marrj'; if you prize rosy health, marry;
a good wife ia Heaven's lent boat gift
toman; hix angel and mlnUterof graces
innumerable; hlx gem of many virtues;
bin casket of jewels; hor voice is sweet
music; her smiles, his brightest day;
ber kiss, the guardian of his Innocence;
her arm, tho pale of bis safety, the
balm of his health, the balsam of his
life; hor industry, his surest wealth;
her economy, 4ils safest steward; her
lips, his faithful counselors; her bosom
the softest pillow of his cares; and her
prayers, the ablest advocates of Heaven's
blessings on his head."
Have you ever meditated on the
growth of a boy? Notice him as he Is
found in every duy life, a big broad
shouldered youth, his legs running
awuy from his trousors and his wrists
working down below his coat-sleeves.
Packed with energy, a kind of electrio
motor within, be springs away in the
dusb of a restless enthusiasm. Have
you ever seen such a boy? No doubt
during the summer months you have
watuiibd the development of a plant or
a Uowur. ' Du you not like to follow the
' unfolding of God's greatest work, that
of a soul? For that boy is not only
growing in bis body, but in his soul.
He is growing in bis mind. He sees
deeper into his studies. He can reason
out farther in his conclusions. The
horizon-ring of his thought is widen
ing on every side into God's great
universe of knowing and doing. He is
growing- in bis soul. Yes. It may be
wrong growth, but there ia growth.
He has new ideas of obedience and
disobedience, of reward and penalty.
Els capacity for love widens and
deepens Into a larger channel, and his
capacity for hate also. It ought to set
you to thinking profoundly because that
boy is growing. Quick! Take posses
sion tf the widening fields and sow
them down to truth and purity. Make
baste! Tho bulding is enlarging on
every side. Its rooms stand waiting
for its furniture. Fill them with
beautiful ideas of honesty, temperance
Ilopoetfully dedicated to the noclcty
critics of HeynoldHVllle by W. J.Woavnr.
In It nnrlHMly' linlnpn
If A. I. in I. irli'H In HIM
Hlnmlil II worry nnylxxlr
I T hi- wpioh n Hit ii lie I xlilrtt
Anil If h" ilnwiMi nii-,.y,
l.ity nolile III IiihIih'm rnrm,
In II iiiiyIkmI'x Imnlni'M
wluit xliuf of Inn he wrarx.
If. n pull it HiiiiiIiiv I'vonliitf
Oni' hniH'ii Inn. n irnvrr
Hi'' iIikiiihmI In run I hi' Kiiiititlnt
if ivi'rylMMlv' xtiiri'.
If In- trli'xln liink ri'llKlnllK
They'll fi'i-iIIiiii lliki' In IliU
Or let him hnw n i'imiIiii'hii
Their niiliilun'n vlx n vIm.
lull nnylNHly' hii1n,Mi
tf une wpiirx hlxillloMi hut f
Or iH't'il nny iM'itMtn tint her
'limit I hi' nIhhIi' of hln rrnvnt t
There nre mi'ii wlm hnve Krnwli wi nllhy
My ittlt'tiillnu iwi liver. I
Hlrli'llv In thi'lr livm nf Inn
Kiu'iui'tli', an It were.
I.et n ninlili'ii nf nur vllluifit
W i'iii ii fiirly ilnlliir liiiiini't,
1'hrn tlir liinirne nf iiimliiin IIimmIi
Hum to fii'i'lv wiin iiniii It.
Hhe III muni' thill I hi' I'IMhiik
lln mil nilt 'he liinlil i'iiiiiili'Xliill
Met uphiii'lt'ii 1 1 v Mti'ii k lutf
lllllllll'l iiiiiIitiiih". iIK-itI Inn.
Our tien-'.piiiM'ri itiui v they irnMiir
Till mull I he rilliMi- si'i'li In rim 'i-lnl
If they li'll I In- llillli iiIhiiiI iiii,',
'I'lii'V Hie I'lilllili'il "milll 11111111111,"
I'hi'ti fl li-liilx WUH. i'll-i'iitii.H'i'l ly
lll'llll! -4 1 1 -i. lint In fuiui'l
'I'linl II'm i- i'I-v ImhIv'm IiiisIih'i
If nii Miiinlii' ti "'rMii-fur-i'iii..'
Ml III A l
Xot Klin Ilinll-Uli III ivin-lilly nlTnll'H
tNin't lie liiilU'hly mill tint i'iiiiiIim;
linn't lie fiHilKli iiml linn up vino' nime
At MMI!lr H'ltlll' III lllllllll'l' rltillii'4,
Atti'tnl yiiiirnwii hiisliii'M, he uetlve,
'I'ln-y lie live III iiIiimm lniiii' .hnlllil
never I Imiw himii"."
Tlio iliHciniHoliito wuil of iiiieitrHi'oiiins
up from tho mining region down tlio
roilil.lllid Hie iiilni'N lire lilix'ked In'CUIIHo
they ciiiinot get the triitiHHirtiitlnu for
their eonl. The HiilTillo, Idx-lieHter
Pittsburg und the Velern New York
could get more coal mid liiiveitHUpxw'd
market for It, but the carx do lint go
down to bring It out. Tho Krlo Ih
huiillng out coiiHlilei'iiblo coal from tho
Hrix'kwnyvlllo yarilH, but tho reports
are that truflle on nil threo of thexo coal
roiiilB would be Ixitter If tho empty cars
wore nvuilublo for tlio trunxKirtutloii of
tlieeiml. Tho rulliiiuil trulllo nnd Its
army of employes in Itradfoud Islarirelv
deH'iiileiit on tho coul IhihIiiohh of
.letTerson, Klk 1111(1 ( lelU'lleli', count lex,
and the condition of tho mines Is
speedily relleeted on tho Induxtrlal sky
A mother who now xenilx nut a son
into the buxIneHH world luiinchos him nt
a time when tho chances are all In
favor of a young man, writes Mil wind
V. link in "At Homo with the Kditor,"
In tho ()ebilxr ljuUrn' llnmr Jmininl.
IIiihIiichx men worn never more willing
to pliuto largo triiNls upon the shoulilors
of "young men than they uro to-dny.
"Young bloixl," as It Is culled, Is the
life of tho modern biisineHH world, nnd
Is everywhere sought. In Now York
tho demand for tho right kind of young
men In ull capacities is far greater than
the supply, and what in true of New
York Is true of ull the largo cities.
Ho-ir in mind, however, I say tho right
kind of young men, and by that
classification I mean young men who uro
willing to work, and work hard. Tho
day of the young mun who works by tho
clock, eagerly watching for tho hour
when the office shull close, has gono by,
even If it ever existed. Hundreds of
young men uro energetic In a now
position until Its novelty wears off
and then become mere machines whose
places can bo filled at a day's notice No
mother need have undue anxiety for
the success of a son who this autumn or
winter steps out Into the buslnoss world,
so long as he boars In mind a fow
essential points. He must be honest
above all other things, and allow
nothing to convince him that thoro Is
a compromise botweon honesty and
dishonesty. He roust be an out and
out believer in tho homoly but forcible
saying that a mun cannot drink whiskey
and be in business. He tnust,too,decldo
between being a society mun or a
buslnoss mun; he cannot be both. He
must make his life outsldo the office the
same as in it, and not be possessed with
the prevalent Idea that his employer
has no business to question his move
ments outsldo of officer hours. An
employor has every right to expect his
employes to bo respectable at all
times, in the office or out of it.
The suixirstructure of vanitv Is so
constructed that turret after turret is
added to adorn the stupendous fabric,
till at lost tho foundation totters
beneath its gaudy superfluities.
A philosopher has discovered a
method to avoid being dunned. Never
run In debt.
When a doctor considers it necessary
'to prescribe sursanarllla. he slmnlv
orders a bottle of Ayer's, knowing full
well that hd will obtain thoreby a surer
and purer preparation than any other
which the drug-store can furnish.
Ayer's SarsapariUa Is the Suporlor
Prohibition County Ticket.
EABNEHT L. OHOBLE,
Of Manor, l'u., Westmoreland County.
roa stats bxxats:
Of Drove Summit, Jefferson County, Pa.
JEKOME C. rJl'KANKLE,
Of Grunge, Jefferson County, Pa,
roa ooumtv snuvsroai
MILTON B. BTEHLEY,
Of Beynoldavllle, Jefferson County Pa.
JAMES 8. KEAKNY,
Of ISBM Mills, Jsffsraon County, Pa.
A small child of Mr. Punter's Is ill
Win. Poiihall, one of our tonsnrlnl
artiste, Is 111 with rheumatism.
Mrs. Heally, mother of Mrs. Kraglo,
Is visiting tho latter In this place.
llov. II. O. Purbny will preach In tho
M. K. church next Hahbnth at .1..10 V. M.
Hev. Htopliens, of Dullolx, delivered
an olixpient sermon in the M. K. church
on Siindny evening.
Mrs. Thnmns llrixon, of Pittsburg,
nnd Mr. nnd Mm. (loo. Twiddle, of
Fulls I'reek, attended tho funeral of
Mrs. Win. I.ylo, jr.
It. A. Hays nnd wife drove to I'unx
sutawuey Monday evening to attend a
bntiiuet given by Mnliiitiliig Council
of tho Koyiil Arcanum.
A game of Iiiiho ball was played
Ix'tween the Itatbmel and Clnyville
tennis at this place I'rliluy iiftoruoiui,
resulting In a scorn of .1 to 5 In favor of
lialliiiiel, When any team challenges
Ilatliniel for a game with hopes of
winning their motto must bo, "play
A three hundred kiiiih1 porker caused
n wreck on tho H. A K. ('. It'y nt this
place on Thursday last. Knur cars
were demolished. Fortunately thorn
were no lives lost only that of his
Hii'kshlp. The front brakemaii jumped
in limn to save himself from, In ull
pi'oliablllty, liistaiit death.
Tho report put In circulation on
Katui'dity evening Hint F.d. MeKoo,
constable of Winslow township, hail
Ix'cn killed on tho II., U. & J'. It'y ut
Kykes, lutpplly, proved to Ixi falho.
Homo unprincipled villlun, without
regard for the feelings nnd distress tlutt
tlio report would nnturally bring to tlio
family of Mr. McKoo, started the rumor
for pure lindeiHluii'ss. If tlio right
party could Ixi found out wo would
suggest to tho slime band of White
Caps that gave ono of our citizens tho
cold water bath a short time ugo, to
give this party tho snmo dime, or, If
convenient, win in tho water good and
lOddlo, a th reo-y ear-old son of Mr.
und Mrs, itobt. (iulnney, wits Instuntly
killed (in Hiinday nlxnit 2..'UI 1. M. It
apix'iirs that tho little fellow wus
trying to climb over a heavy gttto mailo
of fnnelng Ixmrils, which was sot up
with props against It which gave away
with a heavy gale of wind, causing tho
gate to fall upon the child with the
ulxivo sad results. Funeral services
were hold Tuesday .conducted by ltov.II.
G. Fin-bay. Tho rotnuius wore Interred
in tho ProHxict cemetery. Tho
stricken parents huve the sympathy of
WE HAVE FIRED THE FIRST GUN
AND THE FIRST SHOT PUT A BIG HOLE
IN PRICES ON ALL FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Men's Good Warm Suits $ 4.00 worth 5.00
Men's Good Serviceable Suits 6.00 worth 8.00
Men's Fine BuBiness Suits 10.00 worth 12.00
Men's Fine Dress Suits 14.00 worth 17.00
These Suits are made in Sacks, Cutaways, Double
Breasted Sacks, Three Button Cutaways
and Straight Buttons.
Having 2 large stores with big stocks we can "Eat Up" all our
Competitors in the way of showing you a variety of goods.
thw entire community lui this hour of
their tad affliction.
On Thursday morning, Oct. 20th,
death entered tho homo i4 William
t.yln, jr., and tixik therefrom hkt wife
and Infant child. Mrs. I,yle wan much
estoeined by alt who know hor. Tho
husband, ono child and her parents who
are loft to mourn hor loss, havo tho
sympathy of nil. Tho funeral services
were conducted by Ilnv. F.. T. Iorr,
and her remains worn Interred in
thn Dultols cemetery. Tho "Hhlntng
Light" and Hons nf TcniMratico turned
out to tlm funeral, as she was a memlxr
of both orders. Tho "Hhlnlng MghU"
contributed n pillow of heniitiful flowers,
which was taken to Keynoldsvlllo by
Mrs, Geo, Marshall Monday forenoon
Card of Thanks.
Wo uro very thankful to tho friends
nnd nelghlxii's who Were so kind to us
during our sail bereavement, nnd tako
this method of giving our expression of
gratitude for their kind words and nets.
Mlt. AMI Mlfrf. I). It. ('(X'llKAN.
Right and Proper,
ICeynoldsvllle's two pllN'l'S, TlIK HTAIJ
and thn Vulmitiir, havo decided to
hereafter charge for publishing cards of
t hanks and resolutlonsof rcxK'ct, This
Is what thn I'liuxxiitawney papers have
Ix'cn doing for t ho past year or so, und
It is right und proper.
Card of Thanks.
Wo tako this ini'thix! of publicly
expressing our gratitude to tho
"Khlnlng Light'' mid Hons of Teuix!i
iinei) for their kindness to us and our
son-ln-litw, Win. Lyln, jr., nt tho death
of our daughter, Mrs. Lylo.
Mi. ami Mits. Ham'i, IIkihon.
Uathmel, Pa., Oet. 2.1th, IHU2.
Thoro Is no IxitMir medicine fur family
usn than Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Their
sugar-coating makes them easy und
even agreeable to tako, nnd ox they
contain no calomel or other Injurious
drugs, they uro sirfectly safe for
patients of any ugo.
To Our Patrons.
Having dissolved partnership, It is
necessary that nil outstanding accounts
Ixt settled Ix'foru thn 1st of Novomhcr,
W.Yl, to save trouble thereafter. People
knowing themselves Indebted to us, will
please resMind to thn above notion.
Vot Male. f
Celebrated Caledonia sand. Nosiftlng
required. Tom MeKernan, Drayman.
A tablet with every pulr of shoes ut
CftMFftIGN NOW OPEN ftT
Boy's Good Suits $1.00 worth $1. 50
Boy's Heavy Suits 1.50 worth 2.00
Boy's Fine Suits - ' b. 00 worth 4.00
Boy's Dress Suits 5.00 worth 6.00
These Suits aro Double or single Breasted with
long or knee pants, ages from 3 years
to 19 years.
Men's Servicable Overcoats from $2.5o up to 5.oo
Men's Lightweight Overcoats from 5.oo up to lo.oo
Men's Fine Dress Overcoats from 8.oo up to 2o.oo
Men's Heavy Storm Overcoats from 7.oo up to I8.00
All sizes from a 34 up to heavyweights 44.
I All Phil Suit of Uuderwear, all wool for fl.oo worth 81. 5o
I UUI Ull A Good Stiff Hat for 1.25 worth 1.75
A Good Soft Hat for 75 cents worth 1. 00
'SnOh A GK)d Servical)le Pair of Gloves 5o cents worth 75
ITvorybixly lo buy 110.01) worllii ol
gonU and get tho (Itmfnrm Mminine
for year frew aa It la full of usfcfld
real mutter tm many subject- ol
Interest to tho nltt and young.
('nil and mm a ropy.
J. t; Kl.i( A Co.
A well liulxhed home, suitable for at
Ixiitrdlng house, In Pn-mnittvllle. For
further particulars, tsiuirw at Cam,
Mltchnll's iifflce, or at tho fiBcn of tho
secretary of the ItnynoUlsvilln llulldlng
and Loan Asmxdatloii.
Adverllso in TlIK J4TAK.
VmIiihIiIk Ilex I I'.slHtr fr nl-.
Thn Ilnptlst church and grounds
containing several lots xltuxtj'il In
Preseottvillo Is now nffereit for sale.
Very desirable for resident, lots. For
terms and pnrtlciiliirx enquiro of M. M.
Davis, Ueynnldsville, Pa..
Foit Hai.k -Ono car loud No. I IN-lnoh
pine shingles. H. SfMf-TrlU.
tallies' si'iiinlcss oil grain shix-s H.Z'
Notice to Subscribers.
A few people who lire suliscrffx'i-x lo
TlIK STAK have neglected to settle for
their subscription. This Is nn fmpisj-t-unt
matter with tho printer and should
receive your careful conxidoriitlon.
tfrtrtliio tulth III Tif.
ClIOHHOKf CKKfiMHKI Monday, Oet.
21, IXH2, at K.iki a. M., ut. tho Cntholio
churi'h by Father T. Urady, John
Crossokl and Antonlat'eronski.
KNOX-MomtisoN At tho M. K pnr
xonage, llnxikville, Pit., Ocbitx-r l!t,
IH!l2, by Uov. .1. W. Illaisdell. Ilixxl
Knox and Annie K. Morrixon, both of
HosHNMF.ltiiK.lt MfftTf.litroif Wed
nesday, Oct. Kith. IH!i2, at. KiiHimol,
Pit., fiy Ilnv. K. T. Dorr. Charles G.
Hosenlx-rger and taunt McCullough,
Ixith of Punxxiituwtioy.
bellerx leHtnmi-ntnry nn tho i-xtiitr. of
r.llr.iilielh K. HhnniT, ilereiiM-il, Into of Wlns
low tnwnslilii. Jetri-rsnn I'oiintr. I'll.. Imvlnu
liii'ii Krniiliil llm iniilnrslioii-il, nolli-ii Is
lii-reliy Klven In Ihime kimwInK themsi-lvex
llllleliiixl to ftlilll I'll nil- In inHke limiK-illnln
puyiiii'iil. nml tlinsi- IiiivIiik i IiiIiiih ntfiilnst.
the sunn- to lireselit llll'ln fluty UlltlliirluKl
C. Mm iiri.1,, Ai.iikiit ItrvNoi.ns,
IIi yniililHvllli., Orlnls'r 20, s(r.
ilSHOIXTION V I'AKTNK.UHIIII'.
Nntli-i- Is lirri'liy Klvi'ii llml. thn niirtnprshlD
heri'infiire enlstfiiK l.. twi.t'n Frit ft Klots,
liiili'hi-rH. nf ilriNikvllhi, lias thin cluy Imiiiii
(llssnlvi'il hy imitiiiil I'niisi'iil, Inivn nnlil my
Inleri'st In Simon llur..iiril. All iMTsnni
IiiivIiik iii-iniiuts litfiiliml. tlm II nn nml nil
ikthiiiw kimwInK lli.'inm.lvi's Inili'htnil t thn
llrm will M-lllii 'With Ihiix. Klnt. ux he will
liny nil IiIIIhiiiiiI reeelvn misliinilliiir riinney.
Ortnlsir 24, Ixw, IIsxbv Kbit.
Opposite Stoko's drug store.