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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 December 1894

NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. THE INCOME TAX. Secretary Carlisle Arrrovi tha Regula tion. Already Prepared. the Secretary of the Treasury hnS approv ed tbe regulation prescribed by the Com missioner o( Internnl Revenue lor the en forcement of the collection of the Income tax under the Inte tariff act. Voder the regulations provided and ap proved pursuant to law every citizen of the United Stntcs, whether residing at homo ot at road and every person residing or doing uusines in tne i niten Mates who tint an an nual Income of morn than t.'I.S'iO shall make a full return of thu sntr.e, verified ly hi onth totne Collector ol lnternul Kevenun ot the collection district In which he resides, or, II tint a resident. In which hi business of prop erty from which lucome 1 shunted, on or be fore the first Mondny in March In each year. The rind return under the law shall he made on or before the llrxt Monday In Mured, 1H0, and shall Include nil Income from every source received tu the year 1X01 from 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. — 19 December 1894

A We (iron 01l. . At we grow olj our thoughts t.iko clojtf range, Wo sull no moro tj i!im where fauey In 1 1 Wo liolit a nearer convert with our Whosonm to dwell In sphere, not fur not strange i ' V) do not oek for constant ca;ii of chnnge. Our niln. Is with homely, kindly truth Are f.-l, Wlt'.i simple Joys our souls aro comforted. Nor d i we let opinions men estrange. Wo cling with lienrtt mon tender to old friends Are lmt disturbed by funeral or tent' t Via tuk'l tlio blessings I t )l ill g juilust S'lllls With no misgivings. B) Ills vtnUi la or vised . M .t luij py uno who cn pure Faith le-p-ndst Tiicy cling to llfo tho most who knw It leii-t. Iikjti.b Hmitii In I). ..ton Jourual. IIUMOKOI'H. Huh n:nl dry a thirsty giraffe. Weilluttk hIiuiiM novcr lie lioltoil. Tiio wrung mnii iu tho writo pluca ' Tho iueilieiuiit clink. It is not easy for a pretty girl t bo licvo that lovo in liliinl. Many a man is expected to lo the architect of hi son-in-law's fortuuo. "I nm a sclf-mailo man."...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 December 1894

Star Mii'mcWi'i'iin tt.fiO fur irnr, n titlriinrr, V. A. ai'M'lUINMOI. i:,llt,,r niKl l-nli. WKDNKHDAY. PrX'KMI'Ktt 1. IW4, A n lnpfMnltit IimmiI iiniM'f. ptthlUlioil nvrr y VMlm'tliiy nt Keynnlilsvlllt', .ltfTiruttt '. Pa., l'Vil,l fti lln lMltn!mf Krynoliinvlllo nnil .1irirwiiii'iiiinl V. Niin-pnlltli'iil, will trvnt nil lth fulrni".. nml will liiisHi'liilly fr li nil ly tuwnnU tin ItiUiMnit Hiim. HulMirlMloti pili'l.ftl)tMT vrnr.ln nilvnnrr. Cmnmithlrntlntm IntrtiiliMI fur iHilillriitliid muM, Ik turoitiiiinlf(l hy tlm wrllor'n iinnir, not for llllhllrutlnli. Intl. II A ItllliriltittM' nf Kimil fnlOi. Iiilcmxtlnt new llcmn xiillrlti'il. AilvrrtMtttf nil. tniiiln knimn on tiiillrii tlonnt Ihi' iilllri- In ArmililV llloi'k. I,tnitlity I'oininiinliMitloim nml rlinnirf of Ki1virllmnii'nlH nliouM ri'iirh till ofllrn liy MiiiiiIiit noon. Ailiiii'4 nil I'onimiiiili'KtloiiM to V. A. Ktrpli cniin. Iti'Viiolilnvllli'. I'n. Knti'ml nt thn pmioflli-i nt. KcynolilMVllli. I'll., in mironil i'I...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 December 1894

m Stan Subsorfpfjon $1.60 kt yrir, in mfrrwrr. V. A. KTKPIIKfXKOrx, Kdllar and I'ub. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER lit, 1894. VTvaotltrV Uulb. rnupnuiT train arrive anil learn Ueyri oldavllle as follows! Allnhcny Vullty Unihnni. Train , 44 a. m.lTraln (I, - 7.40 a.m. Train I, - l.W) p. m. Trnln 2, - - 1.42p.m. Train a. - s.M p. m.Trnln 10, - S.4S p.m. RRTNoi.imvu.i.B ponT-orricr. Malta arrlvo and Irave llio poat-offlro as follow: Arrlvo. Popart, moat th wkst. ron th kast. l.W p. m. - - t on p. m. 112.30 p. m - - .!op.m. FROM THR HAST. roB Tim !, .00 a. m. - 2.00 p. m.lMS a. m. - l ift p. m. Arrlvpa from flnthmnl mill Prnwiittvllti, 11.80 a. m. Arrive from Pnnl TiiMilavit. Thiirnnva and Katiirdnyn at 2.30 p. m. i-paria ror rronooiiviiio, iinmmei, ranio 3.011 j. m. OftVn hour 7.00 a. m. toK.oo p. m. Mnmv finlir ottlrn iiimii from f.flOn. m. in 7.30 p. m. KcKlMnr office open from 7.00 a. m. tos.00 p. m. Lra-al Holiday from 7.00 to son a. m. and from 12.00 to 3.00 o. m. K. T. MoUaw, 1. M. LOCAL L...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 December 1894

A liirth inkts plnco iti Loudon ev ery four Initintis. Yalo cleared nearly tJil.OOl) nt foot ball lust season nud 81,51)) at Loso ball. , M. Do I.appnriiif, tlio French geo log in t, estimates that nil mountains will li worn down to tlio level of the eurrouuditig plain In 4,500,01)0 yearn. Tlio representative of n Hebrew for warding firm states thut tlio Hebrew emigration from Ritsnin iu 1SH4, vol. tintary nu t assisted, amount to about 2oil,000 souls. TllO domestic USPS of asbestos hnvo inorensed wonderfully during tlio Inst few year. It in now mnilo into pniuts, rooting, building material, cements, cloth, hovels, fork", Kowin thread nud a number of other things. Tbo fnmon I'lirtlicnon nt Athens, Greece, wnH seriously damaged by the earthquakes of Inst apring, nnd is do clni'L'il liy a recent examination to he iu a dangerous condition. Immediate btcps nro to bo tnkeii for requiring it. Ztiricli, Switzerland, linn nil "Asso ciiiliou of llouso Owners," with a book of information ou t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 December 1894

FEDERATION J)F LABOR. Aotlon of Prcildant Gompar on th Rail way Strike Iictord At the conrrution of the American Fsdera Hon ut Labor Thursday the sudltiog commit tee reported I hut the n-celitit of the year were 1 18,84(1; iMiliiuoa on hand Noveniber 1, 1893, tT.UB; total M,,H5. Tlie eiienM from MoviMiitier 1, 1'.'3, to Oetutwr 81, 18'Jl were H7.8J2; lawuc ou band Novvuioer 1, ld'Js, tB.liil. A rvsolutlou asklne; congress to ns A Ion tn:iiitf It nu oftfiisu tiuolstaable Ly Nun aud liDirl'innirot for any employer to employ, during a strike or loecmt of bin employes, lien who resided lu thin rouutry less tlitiD one year, who have not exprenund an luteu tlon of lievomliiK Amerleau cttlrens. was re ferred to the lueottiiiitf executive council with iustruotloDB to swnre M-ioil advlees regard Init the eoustltutlonailty of stK'h a law, II passed. A resolution endorsed ly the Typograph ical union, attalnst Innd monopoly, was adopt il. Alter muvn det.Kle tni eoiumltieo adopt ed a resolution ...

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 December 1894

MAURY IX (J E KM A NY. BUT IF YOU ARE AMERICANS BE PRE PARED FOR A SIEGE. nornmrnU if All Hindu ami Wltnmr( Mnut He 1'rpncntcil to the Civil Tone, tlnnnry The Trlnla of Toting- Couple of American In llrrlln. Tt I ofton n1mot linpnlliln for nn Aniorieim to bpovuo thopniHTsnoocssnry to lnnkc n Enrnjipan miirrinKo valid, m prcinlly Indrrmntiv. Tlio lovers nro fre- qnrtitly oliMnl to wnit until they run j roytnir to fnimo li'M inquixitivn lutnl, j xvlioro n prii-st or li-cal fiiiiotioiiury will j (miwnt to uniti) tlu ni without nskiiij? i miportluotis. qiiptdions. When tlio con triU'liiiK pavtifn urn tlirinsi lvos Euro- jx iniH, tlio fovmnlitii's nrc iroli:il'ly for- miilnMo piintr:li, for lisiilis tlio iietiuil ' iiitirri:it iiiti -a I hern nro FPttli mint , jiiiiii rs ami Viiri.-tiH virliniiiiiiiy (lin n, nn nls to bo ilriiwn up. lint if you nro im j Aii:riir;in of coiii -ryiu nro n ni-pii ious cliiinntir, iiikI yi.u will find it even iloulily diflk'iilt to iimiry tlio jjirl of your r...

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 December 1894

A 4 Sip VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., MONDAY, DECEMIlEIt 21, 1891. NUMBER 33. nr. l n I I I I I MM I 'l 01 WW L I I Dll O F H F. VOMS VIM. .'. C7SPITMU li-.30.0OO.0O. . ri !;' i rrrii:'nt( Kcnlt ?l li I'.iicil, Viei' IT. -.; .toVirl M. tin wit ir, 4 n.lili'i. Directors: V. Mlteliell, Hi'nlt McClt'lliinil. .1. '. Kill'.'. Josrnh Hii-iiii'.., .Itiscnlt lli'iulcixm, O. W. rillliT. .1. II. Kl!ii-!:'l-. Doe h ireiii!-nUii!iliint:liitsli'e.siin(l Millfitw he ni'i'i mutt or iiicrrliu ills, it-oresliniil in n. fiirmiTH. niivliitnlcH. miner, liinilii'rmcii titui ot her.. tii'oiiiNIn-; i In iiinsi iii r-fit! i i i'ii i Ion to I he IiusIiii'sh iif nil pel - n i Hllfl! IVpnll loc fnl' in, I . Flint Nntlniiiil llimk liullillnit, N.iliin Wink Fir Proof Vault. COM EE INi Where? TO Til 10 on Ail 0, m ii i-:i:k L J. McEntire, & Co., The Groreryiuan, deals in all kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods, Green Goods Tobacco and Cigars, Flonr and Feed, Baled Hay and Straw. Fresh goods always on hand. ...

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

NATIONAL ARBITRATION; WORKINGMEN PROTECTED. The Measure Throws Safeguards Around Their Intsrestt. Labor Commissioner Wright bat sent to Representative Erdman, of Pennsylvania, the draft of a bill for the National arbitral loo of Interstate commerce strike. The mea lore was prepared by tho late itrike commit tlon. 1 be bill It modelled after the Inter-atatt commerce act. It provides for the appoint' ment by the president of a commission of five persons, to be known aa "Tho United Stater Board of Concllllation and Arbitration.'' Not more than three of the commissioners Iball be appointed from the tame political party. Due of them shall have had exig ence In the management of railroad, and an otker tt to bo selected from tome incorpor ated association of railway employee. The commission thall have authority to Inquire Into the tennt and conditions of all employe! tubject to the act, and thall have the right to obtain from common carrlert all necessary Information. 'ihe commission hat t...

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 December 1894

BANK JELLERS. Their Marvelous Expertnesa in Counting Money, Peculiar and exacting Duties of the Position. Tho amount of money that pauses day by day through the hands of pay ing toilers of Now Tork bank is some thing enormous. On the first day of the month rooontly at the closo of the day 'a business the sixty-five banks that aro members of the Now York Clear ing Houso hold in logal tondors up wards of 8132,000,000 in legal tenders and 892,000,000 in specie The payment of those holdings by tellers of the various banks, the handling of tho money backward and forward with the care and responsi bility attachod thereto, was no small mutter. Tho duties of tho paying tel ler are, moreover, confining and ex acting and tho health of many of them givos way while they aro yet young men. Among the necessary qualifications for a paying toller, quickness of wit and readiness aro foremost. lie must also be a good judge of character. In a long line of oustomershe must make his judgments quickly an...

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 December 1894

fn'i.irri))lioii 81.A0 )fr wo-, in (i(lciiiir. cTt. KI l:PllKVoi, llltornnil I'ub. iox1)Yrim:Kfrin47ii7 Anlmlcpvnili'iit Icx-ul piiix-r. pulillohi'ilpvrrjr W'pilniuiliiy nt Hnvnolilivlllt. .Ii-ITi'imiii Co. Pa.. iIivoiv1 t the liilt-M-xtnof Kynillvlll mill JuflVnuin county. Nnn-polltii'iil. will l nut nil with fnlrncM, nnl will hi'vMwHiiMy ftlrnd ly townt-(Nthp litlNirlttic rliit. Hulmcrliitlon nrircl.0t"pypnr,ln ixlviinrp. t'ommiinliMitliinii IntnmliMl fur pnhlirnlinn must hn invnnipnli'd ly tho wrlti'p'n imnii', not fop niilillrntlnn. hut nn n nuiirnnli'i of Kood fnltli. ln1imMln news Item nollHteri. AdvHrtlMlni: pnt muiln known on npplli'ii tlon nt tht'otBi'e In Arnold' Hlock. LomrMy rnmmmilriulon nnd rhnnuo of ndvprtlHomi-ntw Khould tviich this ortlftt by Mondnr noon. Addre nil i-ommiinlrntlonn to ( A. Cti'ph enson, Ki'vnnMsvlllp. In. Kntered nt thn postonirn nt Kpynoldsvlllr, . Ph.. ns sorond rlnss rnnll mnttop. In this day nnd npo when onn of tho prominent UN which tho htimnn ...

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 December 1894

SutuicriptmA $t.fiO ptr year, in mfiimr. V, A. KTI' I'IIKNON, Ktltor and Pnb. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1 HIM. " arrovtliva' ClulM, ohlsvlllu b follows: Allegheny Vulley linilxray. Rastwuril. Wcstwurd. TrnlnO, - - D.44 n. m.lTrnln 0, - -7.40 s. m. Train I, - - I.Wp. m. Train 2,- 1.42 p. in. Train , IUB p. ni.lTi-Hln 10, - - 1I.4M p. m. nitvNoi.iiHVii.i.ic rosT-orrios. Malls arrive nnil lenvn the pnst-offlVe n follows: Arrive. Krpnrt. mom Tim wrsT. rm Tim bast. 1.1(1 p. m. - - T.rt) p. m.l2.:m p. m - - H.Jnp.m. ruoM tiik r.AT. rm THKwrnT. S.no . m. ." p. m.7.l b. m I. IS p. m. LOCAL LACONICS. "lip rnrefnl what you sow, my tmy, Korsonil I Inn 'Known will inn. Ami hut yon st-nttcr rliiy lv lny. Will brlim you Joy or woo." Merry Christmas. No pa;er next week. Will soon write It 1895. "The Lord loves a cheerful giver." Ladies' flno shoos nt Robinson's. Subscribe for TlIK STAR nnd Ret tho new. Firemen's festival Christmas ami New Year'. Flno cakes, crackers and candy at Sehultzo's. Buy your sh...

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 December 1894

1 Mechanical invention is tending to ward simplicity not complication. Homebody says thnt there ha boen pent (or physical culture lu tho Unitod States since tho war f 25,609, 000. Tho peacan nut imtuBtry Is of con siderable importance in Texas. Thousands o( people, whito nnd black, make a living by gathering tho wild ii. - 1 Tho Trlnooton students have formed vigilant sooty ihoM efcirf aim it is to put rftop to hazing. A Tory ensitJe society this,coinuionts theNeW Xork Recorder. Tho New York Times fools that it is not particularly creditable to Ameri can onterpriso that tho work of laying it cable across tho Pacific nhould have boen left to the Canadians. Georgia tarmnra nro said to bo sicK of cotton raining, ami if thoy con tinue in thoir present mood tho Now York Mercury predicts tl'io cotton crop for 1H95 will not bo over hujf that of 1891. Dr. Dagil, a Russian physician, ns Berts that music produces warmth. It affects the ncrvo centers govorning tho circulation of tho blood, and...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 December 1894

Tkm t Weialat Jnst M Good " as Ripens Tnbulrs for ties hes, biliousness and II rllsnrili'reiif the stom ach and liver. One tabule aivee relief. A Louisville tobnoeo warehouse hold 7.000 hogsheads. tt. Kilmer's f wtsrr-tlrvrr cures all Kidney unci niaiMer trouble. Pamidiletand Consultation free. l-alret ry llni;hflrnpton,N.Y. Warsaw, N. .,hns 1,530 toot deep mlt well. Karl's Clorer Root, the treat blond purifier, tm freslinee and clearness to the rumplex and curaa oonstlptttlou. H eta., flu eta L Honth Carolina's rice crop Is 70,000,000 pounds. THE BAKER'S BILL TellofCr.tlylnoreed Appetite "It afford? m Ri ant pleasure to toll tint only the condition of my present health hut nlso that of my whole fam 11). A friend who knew of my poor health advised me to u-e Hood's Hnrsapsr Ilia. After two bottle a arret chnwre In my health wax notleed. 1 do not hare that tired feetinii.no pnin In the atimiarh, especially after eatlnv. and In fact I feel like a new person and hold pome ulcwurelnllfe....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 December 1894

'BIG FOKEK STOKIES. THEIR TEXT THE REMARKABLE VA GARIES OF LUCK. Urnntnr Woleott' I.nrky Draw In tha "Bruno" flame The niil tlrtl T.nr Utnrjr Retold In Condensed form Tha lmoa I t'nnfostluii f One nf "Mm Company." "I mil iio.-o fVimlor Wuleoft Is ono of tlio coolrst men living when Miiftii'ctl In ! a urtliio of phtim'P," :ilrl Albert Wntson ! of Deiivrr. "I.iKo mat men wlmnienrly j iiiiinluiiiil 1km In vii 1 1 rut (in the. frmilii r, lio lenrneil tlio v.iluo of ti tinker limit! mul i tho'liest wiiy to keep ruses ns "mm ns lio 1 lenrneil law, nnil lie viw known ti it Mini- ; it' jlayiT nil nvi r (.'nliir.-uVi lieforo lits fame 11.1 n lnvpvcr hwl errcad tnitwfilo of 1 louver. Win n playi:i;; fan, lm nlwitys did iiud does yet ln't tvt much on tlio turn of n rnnl ns tlio denier will allow him to, nnd when lio ells In n linker 1 pnino tlio otli r ovuplo want to keep I their ryes wide open nnd play their j cnriln tuility eliiso up to tlHr rlieets. , "Woleott oneo found lifnipelf in l piii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

VOLUME 3. RKYNOLIWV1LLK, PHNN'A., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY J), 1805. NUMBER 31. of ni'.woutsriL 1. 1 :. CKPITHL $80,000.00. '. miflir!l, rreklnYnf Nenit Iclliiml, Vice I"re.t J nli ii II. Itnni hi r, Cnnhli-r. Director: V. Mlti'lii-ll, HciiM McCIi IIiiihI .1. ('. KlMtf, Joseph wtniu-s, .loi 1)1 1 lll'Mlll'1 II. KlIllI'lM't1 I 'I'M HI, 0. W. I'lllliT, J. I liir n Ki'iH'inI lunik (Mff1nilmt tun! itlcll thi iiiToiiiitH nf imTcliinitH, )iofi"Hu(ml men, farnirr. tmfhniih'. tuiner. liiiiilnriiM'n ntnl othiM-u, pmtnMmr 1 ln fiHwt ftut'lnl iiiit'ttilitn to 1)t( InHtni m nf nil M-rniiK. Pufi1 I',inlt Hdi'! ftn icnl. First Nulloniil Itunk 1iilliilii!X, Nolan Mock Fire Proof Vault. OOMLE IN! Where? to tiik "m Hive" store, WHKKK L J. McEntire, & Co., The Urocerymaii, dealt in all kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods, Green Goods Tobacco and Cigars, Flour and Feed, Haled Hay and Straw. Fresh goods always on hand. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. A share of your patronage is respectfully so...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. WAR AND SNOW. fh Japanese Soldiers Not Thought to Be Suffering Greatly. The Japanese authorities horo have not received any Information concerning the re sorted extreme suffering of the Jnpanc8 lolillora from the col I In China. Chancellor Hnkayama, of the legation!, anys that It wa 'ully understood that the rigor of the ell mate In Manchuria would prove hard on the fapanese soldiers coming from the ninth of Jiipan. Til" sol Her coming from northern islands are a hardy class, accustomed lo six feet of snow and lee In ;ho winter. The first army corps In Man churia Is made up of mlxel rcgtmcut from the north anil south. Mr. Nuknvama says, however, that full precaution have been taken against the cold. The army In provid ed with ample supplies of wooleus.goat skins etc. Morover It has captured so many towns lhat it has shelter In the paodns, temple. We., so that few soldiers are lelt exposal In tents There Is an amplosupply of wood and coal In China. The. army at ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

1011 FAItM ASI) (JAMIE. ovEn-rr.r.wso hf.ss. TUoro Is ns nmcli injury done to a flock of lnyer by over-feeding, as by not feeding enough. Keep their ap petites sharp to make them active not Inzy. Laziness is not conductive to productiveness, nml i a hnbit easily contracted from too much Attention fit fuelling time. Wiuter weather nsn ally creates n good appetite, but this should nut be over iiubtlgeil in, nud laziness rcplauo good laying qualities. Activity must be had to introdttco lay lug. cai-sr of norv Mir.tr.. Any condition that will produce iu 3uiu:uiitiim iu the cow mil cause the milk to become ropy through nn acid state of tin) blood. The recent hot weather i ns trying to cows and tik ing the Hi. s into coUMdi-rntion, more so thna it is to per sous nu I w.i know tiow heated and feverish we become iu very hot weather the more so if we are exposed to the hot h;ju out of doors in an open field. If possible the cows should be kept np during the hottest part of the day and fed so...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

il it Slav biilucrifilinn ..; . i war, i mli-n.n; V. . fKI'IIHil1, l .llior anil , WEDNESDAY. JANUARY . !..-,. A 11 Intlt'iwnrtrnl Ivwul mpr, piihltiliiMl mi y tVoilm'trinv nt ItnvnoliUvllltt. Jiirriti i-,. I'd.. ilcvnti-d lothri lnttrvMnof iiynilrlvlllt! nn-i .iiMM-i-iiin-iHiiii t. iuii-puimrni, wiin n'lif nit wiiii iniriitn. itnu win iHMflHrinny rrlrnil ly tnwnnl tho lnhm-tttg clti. ftilworlntlon iiilrel.V)iMrrimr.ln mlvnn.o f'onimiinlt'fii Ioiik Intt'iidiMf for piiIiMi-hiIiiti Miiul lin i'l'illiilinnlinl ti t li n BUB. . no for iiiihlli'iillon. tint im a mmrnntvw 11 g(l filttli. Inti'mllni m-wn Ufmn kiMi-IH-iI. AtviTtlln rut mnrlo knnwn m npiilli it tlon nt ihimlHf'Kln ArtmlilV Work. LftiKliiy nnimiiMlriition nnrl chnniro of (1viriii'n'm mioiiKl rvni-n thin nfllin tiy Mmwlnv noon. AiMri"w nil i'iimmiinl'ntlonn toO. A.Htrph- cnnin, IM7IHMIHTIIII, rit. Knmml nt III noMnAVit nt RnynoldRVlllp, Con. Unntlnjfn will bo Inaugurate) Governor of rnnnaylvanla on Tuptwlny next, January l!th....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

grttc Stan Subucription $1.60 prr ytar, in adranct. V. A. HTKPIIKNHON. Kdltor and IMib. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY , 18i5. errand' Wntbe. Passenger trains arrive and leave Koyn oldsvlllo an follows: AUeqhtny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train 9, - - 44 a. m.Traln (I, - - 7.40 a. m. Train I, - - l.nn p. m. Train J, - -1.42 p. m. Train S, - 6.57 p. m.lTniln 10, - S.4K p. m. Rara'oi.nsvti.t.s rosT-orrirs. Mall arrive and leave the pool-office at follows: Arrive. Depart, mrm thk wst. or thb ast. I. 1(1 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - s.JOp.m. FROM TRR KAST. riHtmWT. t.00 a. m. 1.00 p. m. 17.15 a. m. - - 1.16 p. m. Arrives from Ralhmel and l'rescottvllle II. 30 a. m. t . Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdaya and Saturdavs at 2.80 p. m. Depart for l'reaoottvlllo, Rathmel, Tanlc 1. 00 n, m. Ofllce honrsT.OOa. m. toH.Oftp. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7. an p. m. Register office open from 7.00 a. m. to H on n. m. Leant Holidays from 7.00 to ".Oft a. m. and from 12.00 to...

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