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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

AMONG THE AIXU. They Are to Japan What the In dians Are to America. A Fast Dying Race With Many Curious Customs. The Ainn in Japan occupies tlio nmo position as tho Indian in America, and like tlio Indian, ho in, tlio aborigine oT tlio country. It is a raco fiiHt dying out, replete with curious traditions aud superstitions. Mr. John Butcho lor hns mnlo this strange people, their customs snil their folk-loro, hisspcciul study, and ho gives tho results of his investigations in an interesting articlo in tho Journal of American Folk Lore entitled "Items of Ainn Folk Lore"" A person, for instance, with a 1ad memory, is called ''otter-head." Mr. Batcholor, made inquiries and dis covered tho following legend which ho translated from th'o language of the people "The otter is a raoBt curious and wasteful oreaturo, and can remember nothing at alL As soon as ha has caught a salmon, he drags it ashore and just takes one mouthful out of tho back near the head and leaves nil the remainder of tho ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

fflic Star- iiiiWriid'on tl.HU per yrtir, in (xlrmur. f). A, ftTKPIIKNftON, HclHor and IMib. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1 W. An Inilrprnilfnl Incnl pnpr. punlltirflpvpry Weilni'luy fit Knyniililnvllln, JirTirin t'n. Pn., (Ii'viiicd In the Inii-n-mnof Kyniililvllln unit .li'flViKiin ntnily . Nnn-pnl It Iml, will t n-nt all with fnlrncsR, nd will Ix-mpoolnlly friend ly towtinl the liiNirlnjr Hnlwrlptlon prlwl.(10pryKBP,ln mlvam-p. t'nminiiiili'iillmiii Intnnitwi for pnhllriitlon mnM. be Bccvimpnnlml liythe writer' name, not fur nulilh-ntlnn, hut n (jiiritnti'e nf norl fnltn. liittntln news Horn" millrltt-rl. AilviTtlilnu raton nwln known on Hpplli'H tlon nt the offt.-e In ArnoliN' lllm-k. I.enifhtv rotiimiinli'iitlnn nnrl obnnirn of advert IwmiMitrt nhoiilri reach thin otHrn hy Momlnv noon. A(l(ln' nil i-nmrnnnli'Mlona to O. A. Hteph en""". Uevnolilovllle, I'a. .... Filtered nt the pntitnnVe at Reynoldnvllle, Ta.. tin Heconfl elaiw mall matter. Owonn, tho man who dpfoRtod Bivok cnrl(1(;o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

fflje Star Sitomripfion per year, in adranrr. V. A. MTKI'IIKNIMIN, lidllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1RD4. Traveler' OTnlb. n ....I... I .... .,.v. Inwn- Oldsvllie as follows: AUnihf ny Valley llnihray. Train, - 44 n. m.lTrnln 6.- -J.40a. m. Train 1, - - 1.00 p. m. Train 1, . 142 p.m. Trains, - S.IW p. m.lTrnln 10, - - fl.4ttp.rn. Clearfield c6 Mahoning liailway. Train No. W, leaves at MO n. m. Train No. 71, arrive nt 1M p. m. BitYnoi.rwvii.i.t piMT-orricR. Malls arrive and leave the post-offlre as follows: Arrive. Depart. tROM m a w kst. Von TP UK AST. 1.1(1 p. m. - - T OO p. m. 112. 30 p. m - fl,20 p. m. rROM THK RAKT. ttR THE KMT, I. 00 a. m. - - 2. mi p. m.lMS a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrive from ltnthmel and Prescottvllle II. no a. m. Arrived from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdny nd Pat urday nt J. 30 p. m. Departs for Prescottvllle, Rnthmel, Panic I.OOji. m. Omce hour 7.00 n. m. toR.OO p. m. Money order offlra oen from 7.00a. m. to 7.30 p. m. lies-Inter office open from 7.00 a. m. t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

Kngland spends twelve million of ber linrd-cnrucd pounds n yenr uu hcese. Greece stands lowest in point of Wealth of nil tlio countries of Europe, tho estimates being flxedot $l,0"i5,000 000. Tho Austrian government contem plate hiking tho tiro insurance busi ness intu its own lmiicK A special Commission so advices. Tho shrinkage of values of homes last year estimated to lio over 2.", ODO.OMO, nml tho totnl loss in fulling ofT of prices will no doubt aggregate ffiO.OOO.OOO ninco tho commencement of tliu present depression of values. Twenty-live yoors ogo it wo dentil for any ono who mined his head from the ground to look at tho Emperor of Japan. Now tho people slnnd np and cheflr bun. "Civilisation," senten tionsly comments tho St. Louis Star Bayings. Professor Hhnlcr, tho geologist, stay that wo nro In no danger of suf fering from treelcssness. He has found In the Uny Stato some thousands of acres wliich the forest has won from the field. And the swamps, thono nnrnerios of tho fore...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

Palih tarWts, Tbnan yntj co&ndnnt peoplo nr str.ingolt slf-sstlsflel until ilnnirnr to lira looms tip, M when tho chronln pilDS ot miiny yours rultiritnc attack Ibohnnrt, llks niteumntlum sry oftnn iloss, thn tliey Him tonlmttot f nit ii. This bsttsr fnlth hnM to hf msojF IhouMimls-ls slmpls nml cnrtnln. It In fnlth luumlwl on sxpirlmiro thnt Ht, Jm-ol OH will I'urn, b-nu It his rurnil nil llinst Iislinill iillmruU irmnnontlv. tt lsi fnltb innn'tnilon riwwou. Wo know wlmt cm b ilonn by whnt has boon donn thousand llmiM. Evnry phy.Mnn know, thnt those woo hnv hniif tn tr mtmnt nrslhs mors easily on roil ithoio who hnvn not sot up I tusliiinniM) to the progress ot euro. i LOW WATER UVEL tn nivi-rs, Ponrt, WkIIs, nl othr-r sourens f drinking water lhnmtns itiinip'r from pnlnrlnl nrms. This oon.lltloii Is usually kniiKl in I lis Kail, mill it points to Hood's Inrsiipnrllln. ss fiiinr I niralnst attack t dlsnnsn. Hood's Hnrssparlllit tnakn puro Ilmxl, nnd thus Rusrds tho systom from ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 November 1894

8PEED VERSUS 8AFETY. A "rn f'!iitnln Trl1 How nti'l Why n Mliat Malir Oil Il k Tlm. A iwppnser on lino of tlm Enrninii llnw Hindu n J-h-iwo rrmnrk to tlm rnp tiitn 0110 nlKlit ni tlioy worn chatting fnmlllnrly on dork. "Von son riiptnln, " ho snlrt, "nre tlio only nbsolnto iovri-rl,7tis now loft in tho world. Wlirn tlio utilp loaves port, your will is liiw. Every one on board y, ,. ,...,;:-,m v mpvimi nnt'iority. From yonr decision thrro nro nr np ponln. Kvory lifu in In your kocping. Yon nro son klnjjn Iniloeil. " "No, wo nvo biindiurn of tlio nom puny nmiinKors, " wn tlio MnIT olil cup tail it reply. "Wo nro undiT olilitfn tions to niid.o f;ut rmis, yet never to t:iko nny rifk. It in no ImiKor pni1lo . for tlio captain of i first class liner to j exercise discretion. ! "Why, on my last run iiorosn IhoAt- j Intitlo, " ho continued, rapidly warming j np, "1 had had weather nearly nil tho ' war. When tho wind was not hlowiiiff II pale, there was dense fog, nnil 1 didn't i dare to run...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

He VOLUME 3. REYNOLDS VI LLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMI5ER 21, 1(51)1. NUMKER 2K. Children's Reefer Suits rou Mens' All-wool BOYS' bona Pants Suits Children's SUITS FOR 53-50 S'2.00. Boys' Knee Pants Suits with extra p.'iir $3.00. Hoys Knee l'atits SUITS FOR $1.00. OUJL 1 O for $6.50. MeiiH1 (tood Business SUITS for $8.00. Mens' Good Black Suits for Dress $10.00. Remember we have one of the Finest GUTTERS in onr Merchant Tailor Depart ment. Suits for $20.00 and up. Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS - STZJ3 - OR - STYLIS! Single Breasted Sack Suits, sizes from 33 to 48, lilue 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 tuit. Match Us If You Can. TIlP ONI V oilier, Hatter llluUNb and Furnisher. Mens' Prince Albert SUITS r-oii $15.00. G. A. R. Suit, the Best in the world, for 9IO.OO. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

REVIEW OF THE BALLOT. THE 54TH CONGRESS. Analyst of the Results of the Recent Election. To present tho situation In more Instruc llvc simplicity, we here (five the list of Mate, which hnve elected no Pcmocrata In their dolcgntlons to Congress, nnd the number o( Representatives apportioned to pm h: Colorado. ... Connecticut., liolnwnro.... Idaho Indiana Iowa Mnlnn S 4 Vff Jersey. . . . North Pakota.. Oregon Ithndo Island. . Wiiuth Pnkotn. . Vermont Wnehinglon. ... ... 1 .... 1 ....in ...li 4 Michigan.. Minnesota . ....14 ) Wi-st Yirglnin.. Isconsln . Wyoming . Montana 1 New Hampshire... II This mnkes 21 Htntes whereof the pemo orncv In without n voice In Congress, Inelml West Vlrglnln nnil the two Htntes historically debatable In Presidential eloetioiis.Cornioetl rnt nnil Indiana. In nil tli.-y r'ri-M'nt f memlur ol tho lower House. The States wllth only one Congressman not Republican are those. California 7 Knnsns 7 Illinois li Nebraska 0 Mates with their pepublican list varied by r...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

ARTIFICIAL SILK. A False Worm of Glass Spinning Wood Thread. Forests to be Transformed Into Silk Fabrics. Colonel Albert IT. Hogins of Now York, who has been visiting Yosetmto is extensively eniraKOil in tho manu facture of silk fabrics, ntul ho hns recently returned from Europe, whero ho mmlo a study of tho nrtiflcinl silk mndo of wood pulp, which promises to usurp tho function of tho silk- worm. Whilo in Europe, ho hail access to nil informntion on the subject in pos. session of Clnudo Muher, Ut'iteil Stiitos Consul nt Krndford, EnglnmL According to his belief the now pro- cess promises to become a great factor in commerce, and ho thinks tho fn- ciflo const a peculiarly favorablo lo cality for tho enterprise owing to its puro water Hnd vnst acres of timber, "Tho inventor of the marvellous chemical process of making silk out of wood," said Colonel Hogins, "is Dr. Frederich Lehner, of Zurich, .Switzerland. It has already been quietly patented in America, and it it not improbable tha...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

S'lhurriittinn Sl.fiO )irr (, in mlmim. V. . NTKPHKNNflMi Hdltor nnil I'ub. TV KV) N 1Vay7n W KM h K H 2 1 im4, An Infli'ppniU'nt lix-nl pnpor, iHitiHshrili-vi-ry Wiilmlnv ttt KnynitlKvillt .IWI'pnmn l'n. Vn., dnvoiiMl to ihii Intpmstn of KryimtiNvlllo fiiKl.li'ffi'rson count v. Non-polltli-nl. will trmt nil with fiilrncw. nnil will hcoHMclnlly frlt-ntl-ly townnN tin- InhnHim t'liim, Fiilwrlptlon prlrefl.nnpfryrnr.ln nilvnni'p. t'omnniiilciitlotw lnlmulrd for piilillrHtlon mutt 1m ni-coinpnnti'il by thn wrltor'n inline, not for nuhllnillmi, hut ns n ifiiiirnntco of good fnlili. lntiwMlnK niw Mtnn miMi'HimI. Ailvrrtltlntt rnti mnrlc known on applica tion at th office In Arnold' HIiK'k. l.cnulilv coinmiinlciitlonx anil rhtinito of iWtvxrilwmi'ntH should ivnch thin nfllrp by Monday noon. Adrtivw all communlcatlonii toO, A.Htcpn enn. KcvnoliNvlllc. 1'a. Knirrpif at the noxtolTIco at Kpynoldnvlllp, Pa., an second clann mall matter. Tho wnrrantu for the Stuto appropria tion for tho public...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

Wl Stan Subscription tt.50 per year, in advancr. O. A. RTF.PIIKNNON, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, NOV KM HER 21. lSftT Vvavtltf' CTntt. Passenger trains arrive iirnl leave Reyn Oldsvlllu as follows! Alleqhrmi Vulky Hiiihrny. Eastward. Westward. Train, - - (1.44 a. m.lTraln , - 7.40 a.m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train 8,- -1.42 p.m. Trains, .M p. m.Traln 10, - 8.4Sp.m. Clertrflrld f Mithnning linilway. Train No. 70, leave at 7.10 a. m. Train No. 71, arrives at 7.0S p. m. nrrsoi.nsvif.i.a posT-orncr. Malls arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart. mom Tni wrsT. mil tiii cast. I. lSp. m. - - 7.0ft p. m.HS 30p m p,m. rnoMTRKRAST. I roR TRS WrST. .00 a. m. - - 3.00 p. m. 1 7.1.1 a. m. - l is p. m. Arrives from Hathmel and Preseottvlllo II. aoa. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdays and Saturdays at 2.:i p. ni. Departs for rrescottvlllo, Ratlimel, Tanlc 3.00 m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. to s.on p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.H0 p. m. Kt'KlHtur office o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

We lmil.l in this country every year OOU.O'i new lions. Amcrie.i . has shipped 'io.afU.OOO h Is tif hreudstn'Ts to Europo thin year ns ag.iinst ;ti),7"H,0;):) for tho nunc period in HX. (Juintin Hogg declared tlint thnnlis to tlic various rescue societies tin-re is not une destitute hid in tlio streets of London today for every ten a deo ndo or two ngo. According to tlio facts nnd figure presented by J. K. Upton in n recent article in Harper's Weekly, tlio Month in tlio mint prosperous and progressive region of tho republic. The Mouth in raising moro hogs ol its own ninl especially moro cnttle. There is not n little town now tlint docs not Iihvc its ice machine Tlmt is nil now within tho Inst five years. Dr. Jules Bochard, of Pun's, say tlint tho morphine habit it rapidly in crensing in Franco nnd tlint after six months it become entirely ineurnlilo. Doctors and women nro tho principal ictims. Tho Government sales of gold burs to jewelers and other users woro less than half as great...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

The tlnr.lee lisp rep. There I n big lnatil,itid wire In tnlngrnplry Which transmits thn hulk of dully In telligence there la a Mr Insutntn.l n-rm In the hiinmn system which pun bear Ihn Imr don of mom nln thsn .01 Ihn rust of th combined, nti'1 Is known nsthnseiiitln tterve. rtomctlnica f hi wire l rut to cut o(T Its current sometimes Ihn snrg 'nn'ii knlfn Is used to cut ihn nerve lo rlprn cx'ruoint. Itigpnln. Hut there Is onn thing which avoids this rndlcnl treatment t one euro which. Ken ctr nine to thn pnlnapot, ntxi solution im bppn pitrod almost without full by thn Msa of Ht. .taenia oil. It reaches misery's Sent and ilmhroiiM It. 1'hin nttnckn I mid rontn I In Im hidden nmliusoiidn, piln seldom returns to nnnoy. Tho grntt remedy dot Its work woll. BTATa or Onto, Pit or Tor.nno, I I.ccas 'onsTr. 1 FnAKK J. ciirpiKr wakes nath Ihr.l hn Is the penlnr psrtnor or Hip firm of K. .1. t'Ht.sKV c Co., il.ilnu business In Hip city of Tub-do, County nnd Hint nron-Hiild, and il.it phi. I...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 November 1894

4 mw;i jumiiiwi'i Mm iiMiMMi.irwinmniiwwi THE lUTTCHKJt BUM). HE KILLS FOR PLEASUHE AND PUTS HIS VICTIMS OUT TO DRY. In finite nnkca, Itlrils linfl Vlilpinunks nn Tlinrn fliulirn A Veritable Terror nf the Wiimls A llurn Tlili.f m Well as Murderer TIik Half llrci lilrn, NTn MH ':tlv tn tH nmiitry U fo little known nml ptirrly mum lm hiii'Ii trikiiie ImMtH nf lid nn tlio tirtkc or ImtrhiT liiiil. Hn ii n iiinmlieT of n fiim ilv '(nnirlsiiij: p-mm ynil specie, nf which (inly ono well ilrflni'il milifiutiily In ri-xl.li'iit tn Nnrlli jXincrlrn. Ilulil, iliirllift, linml: iinii', lii in lit mien (tin lirnmsnrt nml III" licati 'if tlio wiihiIk. At it liltio ili-iimu-n n fnit turner wmiM rnnililv inititakn lilni fur tlin liinckitiK lilr.l. ' 111' Mni' li .'r:iy lilnnnnM', lull titipnl villi vlii(i nml liroinl M:n I; pntrli ncross ciH'li tyt mvi' liii'i it trim, Jiuitilv nlr quitr pli'iisinit tD i'.vi', tint, iilii'i, n (ll'l'lllt'll olijivt 1n l lllllllrr mill Walter liiriK IIIm li.ilii(:i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 November 1894

4 I- f IIHViNOIiDSMIiliK, IT.N'iVA., WKDXKSDAY, NOVKMItKIl 2!!, UVM. NPMIiKIi 21). Oi'tiM-a. II (Ti:i. .MHNXKI.I., KHYNol.llsYll.l.i;. I'A. '.'. I. V A .. I'.I.ACK. I ,;, i,i,: Tllf Irailiit- I,. ni l. if I lt'!nl.ii il - tl'l f.'f !! tin n . I till-., hnttl I - ji.i- mi I i.. e' . e' 1 : '1 sample 1 1 i, li ilia! li !!. 1. I. a pllelit' e.ili- licelleii r. Jjorr.i i:i:i,N.i' i:kv n ii.nsv 'i.i.!'.. i v ;. .v .:.;. ;:'.; I li.t ,-t'i i,,v,.iy ( .... . I !.. -I in tile I I V -' 11 li- ..i tin ,,i . it. - . if 1 1 . a. l'i ri' 'In In : tin l . .... . i i p. . i ....:. n i . s 111 lie l'i " H 1 1 1. it i'i ili;l. .1 I i ' i:. I ,:,., ,i-.. JOMMKlif IAI, I!"! , I'.li'MUvVII.I K. I'A.. I'lill. r. i .i t;i,: ... , '" . Samp I. ..tin-imi tin- i ' . 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 .-..I. Ilmi-e Ilea ten I y h:i in ii I ::u-. I ti.nn, it-, ii. ..ml I'n in i llll 1 1 Mill-.. jJOOKK'S WIMMIi; MOTKI,. 1:!I7-L'! Kn.ui'.iiT s'l'Ki i:r. I'll 1 1. A I '1 1 1 A. - I'KX.VA. i'iu:sii.x .i. Mtioi;i:, r....,,,;, i: Ml'.'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 November 1894

aT 1. VOLILMK :i. JKYXOMSYIM,K, PI INN" A., WKHNKSDAY, NOV KM UK II 2!!. IIUU. NTMUKII 21). Ottcl. JJOTKI. MiCONNKU,. KKYXOf.DsVIU.K. PA. 'i'.I A'A' .. lll. ACK. I ,! it lm: The leailin : L.Ui-l nf iln- li.un. llenili)il:il tci-i ful '": 1 1 1 I em I h" 11. ':i-;it. I:ti' liic. 1 j rt t h mum- up. I lit ri -. : i limn-, mnnlili1 it ii r, lii I lint il 1-nM.i. !i ii iihiinr inn- lll'il Inlis .11'. Ti:i P.KI.NAP. i:;:vNoi.i)s .i.i.;:. pa .. A. .V i .7.. '.. . i , rii-t .-i'i- in ..fi v i i,..r-1 llll' I V .'i II n ni' : In l,n- hi I'll'!' 'Ih'i tn I1 ml I ruin i i mm ;i it Mil II I ill' I 1 1' lilt l.il I'lll'l!,.! i .ill I i . 1 1 ' I lit !.! .I in if lull II. c VMUKHMAl. Dili in;. :vi i.i i:. pa. '. '. ' .11.'.; ,.. S:t iitfi i' I Hi'iii- mi Itir n: i.il . Iicaii-n I viia'ittiil :::i-. liiiinn it ; llll 1 1 :t 1 1 1 . . Il.iii-ii mitl limn in l!i: s WIMwil; !liTi-:i,. Kii.hi-.iit htki i:v. I'll 1 1. A I Mil. I'll I A, - I'I'.XNA. 'YV.s''ti.Y .. Mix !;!:. I',;.,,,;,!.,,: HI'! l-eil i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 November 1894

NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. OUR BEEF BOYCOTTED . - Germany' Omclousness May Lead to Un pleasant Complication!. Sprint Corn smiiib ncr.) Officials of the agricultural department say that the meat and cattle expert from tlio United Stntes to Denmark are Insignificant In amount, and are Inclined to believe that Germany has induced the Danish govern ment to take the step as a method of making Hi exclusion of the American product more effective. Without r-ome such arrangement American oattlo or meats mwt And their way into the Herman empire hy"iiy ol Denmark, particularly since the port of Copenhagen was recently made a free port of entry, whence .the cargoes of ships may be distributed to other .orta of the Baltic. It is recalled that when (lermanv excluded American pork she Inilnced the adjoining governments of Hol land, Belgium and Denmark to follow her example hy the threat that she would plnce an embargo on their awlne to make sure that no American hogs came to her through the ports of he...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 November 1894

FOR FAR AM) (URDF.X. WHERE THE PIIOKIT COMES IX. A writer thinks tlmt the farmer who buys iintliing which lio can produce -tilioiilil 1)0 on tlm high road to stieco. It in not ho much the amount of money wo cnn got in, ns it is the faculty of keeping tho expenses down t lint makes tho profit iu nil cases. New York World. nrnstxo prv v.eem. Wo never liked tho pritetico of lot ting weeds grow until their seeds Were ripened, which in often defended by the plea thnt they cnn then bo gath ered together and burned. A grent ninny weed seeds nro shelled in cutting or pnllinr the weed nnd getting it to thu heap. Then iniloin Home dry wood is iihlmI to tiinko nn extremely hot fire, it is ly no menus certain thnt all tho weed seeds will lo destroyed. The bent of Hro bursts tho seed pod nnd thoy full to tho enrth. If tho fire burns slowly without much hent, tho carbonic neid gns which is thus de veloped does not rise nnd bo ilissipnted into tho air, but remains nt tho bottom of tho henp. Any on...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 November 1894

8nlwri)itum tl.M) u r year, iu atlrawe. C. A MTKIMIKNNON, K.lltnr unit Pub. WKPXKSDAV. NOVKMHKR2H, 1W4. A h lii(h'Mndon1 Ifwul pnHr, publWhrd wvry Wlm'(tuy lit. ItHynnlilovllit', .hIT'rwn Co. In.. flcvoti'd to flip lnttntw nf K.ynol(KvHI Anrl Jirtrm,i county. Non-polhl-iil, wllltrritt iH with futrms. nnd will h ..".nwliilly f Homi ly TowimiH ino inimrinic cihwi. Hntwrlptlon prior fl.sV)xryoiir,ln ndvnin'p f vnimiiinint1nnn lntnndrn Tor p1 mum Ihi ii nnpunli'd liy llm writ punllc-ntlon lnr niimt'. not for piihlli-iK Ion, hut ni n Kiniriinii o of Rood futlli. Ititi'rt'Mtlnir nnwn Itrmn millrltrd. Advrrl liliitt rnltm nmdn known on iippllcn tlon nl tho oflii'o In ArnolnV MI'K'k. I.cuhty rommiinli'tillonii nnd rhnnito nf ndvpri iHcmiMttn Khotild roiich thin ofllco by Mondiiv nofin. Aildi'i'io nil I'ommiinli'nllonn to ) A. Strph enon, cvnnldvllln, I'n. Knti-n-d nt tho poxiofNrn nt ttpynolrtvlllp, Pn.. iiwmivofhI Hum ninll mlittnr. To-morrow Id a dny not apart by Pros Wont Cleveland and G...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 November 1894

Stat. Sulmcriptitm $1.60 ptr year, in udvnnce. O. A. HTKPIIKNKOM, Kdltor and I'nb. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1804. Traveler' !. Pnssrnirer train iirrlve and leave Rojrn oldnvlllo a follow: Allegheny Valley Itnihrny. KnMwa'rd. Westward. Train 0, - - (1.44 a. m.lTraln , 7.40 A.m. Train I, - - l.oo p.m. Train S, - -1.42 p.m. Train a, M p. m.lTrnln 10, - - H.4Kp. m. RKVNm.nKViM. roT-orrim. Mnll arrive and leave the pont-offlee a follow: Arrive. Depart. from thk wrT. run mi rakt. p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - H.S0 p. m. rHOM TRK KAKT. r)H Tllf WF.ST. S.flO a. m. 2.00 p. m.l'.tS a. m. 1.15 p. m. Arrive from Knthmnl and l'reseottvlllo ll.no a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdny aiul Saturday nt 2. .10 p. m. Iopart for I'renoott vUIe, Rathmel, Panic S.Oii p. m. OftVe hour 7.0ft a. m. to s00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.80 p. m. Kcg-lstcr office open from 7.00 a. m. to H.OOn. m. I.eitul llollriav from 7.00 tos.00 a. m. and from 12.0ft to H.rio n. m. K. T. McOaw, P....

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