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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

The nrmy of Bolivia costs tho poo pa of that impoverished country 1, . 800,0(10 a yonr. A century ngo tlicro was not ft mila of telegraph or telephone wire iu exis tence, not a foot of railrontl, cor toamshii. - .. L Forty-throo persons have boon run sovcraud killed by trolley cars in Phil adelphia, ond tho trolley system has leon iu opcratiou there only uino mouth. A Scotchman has advancad the theory that the Japanese aro tho lout tt.n tribe becauso they havo a place limed Hiroshima, which is like tho Hebrew umuu for Jerusalem. In Brisbacc, Australia, tho postal nuthcrititH havo placed boxes for tho posting of letters on tho tram cars running to the general postofiict-. This ttystem has proved a great couvouienco to tho public. It is propo-ed that tin various states to which arc given 1,000, OUO acres of laud, each under tho Arid Land Law hall establish model irrigation colon ics to denioiiHtrato what cuu bo douo ou irrigated land. Dr. Roiix has received from Presi dent GYs:nir-l.r...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

MICHIQAN'3 BENEFACTOR. A OPT HUPP.ATF.n UTOItY Of Tit LB PHILANTHROPY. What Chan. It. llarkley Hut Dsn tot Vftprii Mtcalgaa. (From Grand Itapidt, MieK, Evening pre$.) Tho motf bomrtlfnl iipnl in nil thUeltjrt fnarpnntbly ajw-vlntnl with tho nnms of Hackler. Ctana. n. Hueklwy hns been In tha Ittrnhpr bnlnos horn eontlnnrtnly lnr lSXfl. nnd In Ihnt tlmo hm nmiNM"l a fortana which give him It rut Inn among ths wealthy mrnofthn nation. But with wealth thorn did not coma that tlithtonlnR of th pnnw itrlnw which l jronBrnlly a mnrkod ohnruo-ti-rlatlc of wonlthy mon. It Is no wonlor then thnt thanamn of Chnrlcs II. n-iokloy l known nt homo nnd ntiroad. Ills mmtfim-noo to Muskpgon alone ropmaonta an outltty of nonrly hs'f a million. For thn past twenty ymira ho hns b-n a constant ufi-rr from nnnraltfla nnl rhpamntlm, n'ao nu-nlmna of tho lower limbs, so much so th it It hass-rlonly inter fere! with his plcnsnro In life. For soma tlmo pist his Iricn ls hsvn notlcol that ho hns sncmc'1 to urn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 January 1895

HEART OFNArOLEON. IT WAS SYMPATHETIC AND ttUIOED A POETIC NATURE. II ' Klnit ml CnnMrte m B Wm Plrv Recent Testimony Pnr Tf.1. Rid of that llrrat Soldier's t'hsrartsr. Which Mas Nnt Always Heen ltrcnnlM. Pjienl;lnii if Nntioleon's bnyhowl, nnn who known wlmreof h spenk nys: 'In hi school rlnyn lm 'grnntl hninnin' pnvo ninny InHlrtitlnrm of thn vtry(unl itlcm which procure! for him thn splcn diil sih-hom whirl) Ii;im limiiht lilm pv nrlnitiiiK f;inin Kin lovo of illstiiplitw, order nml tumor yean shown hy thn milliner in which ln .nntrollril his I ttolioolitotfps nnil runstitnti il liiiiisitlf ! thnir IiniiIit, tiiti'liinu thi'iii tlm art of j yvnr in miiiiir li.ittliw, construct itm forts I nnii liiittlnmt'iits of kihiw in thn piny- I frroiinil in which m:iny n florro cnipixn tni'iit wns fonnlit. mill won, with miiow- bill Ik for minion bulls mid icn pellets for shot It, is recorded thnt hn tinilnr- i took to reform the liixity of thn cuIIcro ' rules :iii n-i;nlutliiiis hy niltlrrss...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 January 1895

VOLUME 3. KKYNOLDSVILLE, PICNN'A., WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 10, UW5. NILMDEK : o r tt : i A i.nsvu. t. :. CBPITHU 9SO.OOO.CO. lll lii'll, f'rcxlilciitt Sn.lt Met Irllunit, t lee l'r.t John II. Knui lii r, t nslilcr. Dlrpctorn: l Mllelicll, HciiII M. I , Hml, .1. C. Illlllt, JiiHt ph St tiniH, .In-i-iili Hemic rsim, i. . I'lllh r, .1. If. Kiitielicr. Hoc ll ircriciiil l.tniMiiu business tinil snlli'lts til1 nt'i'nnnts of lnct-clitinl. pi'iiti'swlmml tni.n. farmers, nicchiintc. miners. Iimilicrnicn mihI oilier, pimiiUhiir tin. hmsi ruri-fiil iiltcntlmi to tin' ln.slnrNM itf nil person... Hnfe hepmit liM fur rent. First Niitlmuil Hunk InllMlnir, Nolan block Fire Proof Vault. COME IN! Where? Ti TIIK "Bee Hive" store, u in: UK L. . McEnlire, & Co., Tim (iroccrj niiin, drain in all kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods, Green Goods Tobacco and Cigars, Flour and Feed, Haled Hay and Straw. Fresh good a nlways on liand. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. A nhare of your patronage is renpe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 January 1895

HEWS IROM WASHIMM NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Blatee.l of .General Interest. About the Capital. Te rerretr-e -eocluMvenea ef . President Cleveland liwvk1 ooo recall how. A'hi'ii (too, (tract m In command ol the army nuil when be wm l'resldent, ho strolled about unattend ed, die rode in the street cars illco nn ordl art cltlxcn, and wan often seen n Iiniyl vaniA avenue without hnvlni tile . f ot-t"H dogged by detectives. Mr. I.lneeln, though bowed down with wnr reionib!lltle nnd surrounded by i nice seeker. IukIhKmI on rid lue; out unattended uil hi favorllo horse, Andrew Johnson, nlso, never stuotl In tear ol nwtcstiitlou. though tint tdtteriie ( the wnr tu abroad m the land nml UirMili y per meated the public mind. Against I'm pro tests ol hi friends, he liit'l tin-guard remov ed bfim I ho While House Irnut doors, nml tlmf had never been rcplnced up n llm time ol tiie sentry-4 eves. President Usve urn also -very generiu of his presence, nml ap peared to Ills friends who wished to-e him. He 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. — 16 January 1895

WILIUjKESn. They Swarm by Hundreds of Thou sands in California. Some Remarkable Gags Made by the Pot Hunters. Tbo sportsmen in the East, who at this season think themselves iu grent luck if they bring home a dozen or two wild ducks or a dozen woodcock mil other small gatno nftcr along day's hunt, would go into ecstasies at tlio ill goose hunting iu this region, writes n correspondent from Pomona, Cnl., to the N'ew York Sun. The birds coinu down the Pacific coast nt thin season, after n summer iu ISritish Co lumbia nnd Manitoba, nud for weeks they swarm by hundreds of thousands about tlio little buys nnd coves of tho ocean nnd the n.kull lid;e wnshes. They wax nn l prow fat ou the grains of No. 1 Imvd left oa the ground iu the thousands of notes of wheat fields. Near Siintn Motiie i, one dny Inst week, iu n little buy nbottt six siprire miles iu area, there were fully a quarter of n million of wild geese. Tho noise of their quacking nnd cillitig to one an other w us at timis heard tw...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 January 1895

Clic Tfr Slav. N-ibitrripliim J. (it iriir, IM utlrinm. V. , STIslMIKNMH, Kdttor and IMih. V KN Ks I ) AY. JANUARY HI. S!i:,7 A ii InilrptMiilcnl liirnl imjiiT. piiIIIIhhI ivii jr WlMhuwiliiy III ltl'yiml(NvUI JifTcl'Mfin I'd. Ph., flcvoti'tt tn the luton! nf ltt'yrmlilvl1M n n ' I .li-ITiMHimi-iHiiily. Non-polltlc-iil, will lirnt nil with fnlrni'HH. n ml will hcwitwliitly f Homi ly InwiiriN tln lulxtrliiK rlilsH. (nli-MM-lpilitii prlrpfl.AOperynnr, l?i nilvnni'i. ('iminiiiiiicutliiiiM InliitiiliMi for iiulillriiilnii miM Im ii iinputilnl by llio wrllr'n 11111111', not for pnlilliitlon, but n n trnnrmitcp nf gixtil fiilth. Ininwtlir niwn Itrini MillHti'(l. AiIvitiIiIii't mum mmln known on tippllrn tlon fit tin1 oHIim In ArnoMV HIim'Ic. I.Hitirhty roinmiiiilriitloim nml rlinniro of fkr1virtlHfnti'nl!i nlioultl rt'iii'h thin illlci tiy Motiilny tiiHin. A 1I1I ii nil I'litntntinlrfitlntiii to P. A. fti-ph-envon, ivnnliNvlll( F.nti-rvi( lit tlio Hwtoflli-o nt Kvynolilsvlllp, Fa.. n (i,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. — 16 January 1895

IThe Stan Subm-ription $1.60 per year, in advance. V. A, MTKPI1KNMO!, Kflltor mid I'nb. WKDNKSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1805. (Tvrttttle re' 9tutt. Pnsscniror trains arrive Mid leave Kcyn Oldsvlllo nit follows: Allegheny Valley Itnihrntl. Eastward. Westward. Trnlnn, - 8.44 Ik. m.lTrnln . - 7.40 n. m. Trnln I, - - l.nn p. m. Train t. - 1.42 p. m. Trains, - 6.S7 p. m.Trln 10, - -H 4Np.nl. RKTNnl.DIIVIM.C FOST-OrrtCl. Mnlls nrrlve nnd leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart. FROM Tnit WFRT. FOR TtlR EAST. I. Mn. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - (iSnp. m. rniia thii kikt. roarniwusT. 8.00 a. m. - - 2.00 p. m.l'.lS a. m. - l ift p. m. Arrive from Knthmel and Prescottvllle II. :to n. m. Arrives from Vnnle Tnesdnys, Thurdays and Hnturdnys nt 2 1 p. m. Departs for Prescottvlllc, Knthmel, Tnnlc J.00 jp, m. Olfli'e hours T.fln a. m. tos.00 p. m. Money onler ofllrp open from 7.00n.m. to T.S0 p. m. Ki'iftstvr olllee open f mm 7.00 a. m. to H.Oft p. m. lKnl llolldnrs from 7.00 to s on a. m. nnd fr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 January 1895

In Knn?ns, tho farming State of the Union, a solid delegation of lowyors La bacn returned to Congress. It in estimated Hint tho introduction of the bicycle and tho clcctrio enr hag thrown more thnn a million horses out of employment. Denn Gregory choractorizes tho proposal for the wishing of St. rnul'ii, Loudon, r.i ono of the silliest sugges tions over made. If cnrrioil out, the denn says, tho exterior of tho cothc dral would have tho appearance of streaky bacon. At first thought it ia rather inrpris ing the Now York Sun admit", to hear of book publishing houses in Denver, Col., and at Portland, Oregon. But thero are book publishers in theso places and tiiey get out somo volumes that nro creditable to their enter prises. Dr. George O. Shattuck makes ft vigorous defonso of foot bnll in the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. Ho is An overseer of Harvard College, so his editorial is significant. He Bays it is better to break a few bones thnn to abolish the game. Unfair players shoul...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 January 1895

I A ?. IV- y a. CM Jp. iames 11, Sumervlltc. HOOD S BUILT ME UP "I tr.is Rtlncko-1 hy rhmmntlm very n drnly and win conflni-il to Ihc house fur six month. I tHl ti'it ttoiiny work for a vpnr. HinicI'r Snriiinilllu put mi-mi mv fi--t limiln Mid kavc mi' ln.viK(i to work. .irvous iiroi. Hood's Saraa parilla tr.iil ri tiftA troulft Cures wltli my klilnry h ive sln hi'nn rurfifl tiv Ho K irwtnnrilln. I Mi,.vp tlil niHii-ltip savril mv life." 3. B. Sl'MKHVII.I.K. Walt-rMll. Verm-;it . Hood's Pills are the hut nfti-r-illnner PU1. -lit illin-tlon. pn-vrnt contlimtlin In Japsn. Envelopes wre not tisoil In Jnpnn un til recently, letters belnir nHvn.v foHc In n piece of pnper, which was wrnppi'i) with grout cnro.ni'conllnK to prcxi'rilieil forms, dlffprlns ni-corillng to the rela tion nnl rank of the person nililressetl. The trlntifriilnr corner last folded over wns pasted or stamped with n red or black stamp, or, ns was p'liernlly the ense, merely Inscribed with thu word Fin. "Seal." Another...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 January 1895

THE PROCLAMATION. WORKING UP SENTIMENTS APPRO PRIATE TO THANKSGIVING. A Rough Draft Onr the Rnnnit and Picks Tp Additions In Inks of All Col or Finally Engrossed on Cream Col ored, Ollt Edged I'sprr nml Rlgned. Tlio rotirortlon of Hint tinio honored Inrnmcnt, the ThnnltsKlvliip; rirnelnmn Hon, which falls forth nniiTmlly n tho Impromptu expression of tho nntlonnl exirtitivo't religions grntltnrto. Is the terror of the stnto department. Kvrry ycnr it Is cttlloil upon to prodnco soino tliliiff now in that lino, nml it flTortsto tny llio snmo thiiift in n different wny, to nvoiil if possible verbatim copying of last year's letter, is oiih of tlm vonor nbln jokes of tho iliplomntio Kroenroom. About tlm first nr second week of No vember, everybody knowing that tho day falls on tho last Thursday of Mint month, tho chief clerk or mmo assist ant secretary Miwfi-xt that it is time to think nbont tho "proclnmntion, " Tho chief clerk necordinly mini down tho list of draftinR clerks, ascer tain...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

VOLUME 3. KEYNOLDSVILLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 215, 181)5. NUMBER 30. OF UKYSOLltsriU.K. CRPlTnU $60,000.00. l lirtl. Presidents Srotl VfrClclliind, Vice t'rt-ia.l John II. Kiiiirlii r. t iixlili-r. Director: C. Mitchell, frntt McClclliinil. ,1. ('.Klnr, .1i)t pit Stl-llU'-s, Josi pli I lenflt'l-soll, (J. V. Iiillcr, .T. II. Kinii'lii-r. Pin' n ircllel III llllillnrtilllncs llllil sollells tile tii'niiiiitH of tiipirleinls. piofcsviontil mi'it. fiirmers. nicclinttifi. tiilliri. Ititiiliciincn mill oilier, irolillslii-j I ho inosl direful littcntloM lO till' IHIHlllt'TsH uf till pel-sons. Kllfo Pi'llnslt Hocs fof I't'lil. I'llsl Nntliimil Hunk hill Ml ter, Nolnti block Fire Proof Vault. COME IN Where? TO TIIK "Bee Hive" Store, viii:ki; L J. (llclintirc, & Co., Tim (.roneryinan, tloal.- 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 share ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

M. FELIX FAURE CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. The Minuter of Marina Will Suocsed Cnslmlr-Perler. M. Felix Fnure, minister of marine In the the present cabinet, was elected on the second ballot to be president ot tlio French republic. 51. I'onro polled 4:10 votct to 3tll polled by nearest opponent. M. Henri llrlson, president ol tho chamber ol ol deputies. The socialists protested vlo itntly when tho result ol tho bnllot was mnde known. 1 hero wns it scene of considerable cxelto ment, deputies from nil parts ot the hull springing to their feet nnd dcmnndlhg to lie heard. M. ilcnrl Mlelielln, Revolutionist, asked leave to address the assembly with thn object of recommending the convocath n of n constitutional assembly for the purport n of revising the present constitution. M. He Itnud v d Asaon, Monnrehist mi l Revolution 1st, who, ns a result of Interruptions, hus re peatedly been the object of rigorous men. surrs upon the part ol the president of tho chamber of deputies, demanded to bo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

1011 FARM AM) GARDEN frr.uutT or nonsR. It Is Rniil tlint tlio Arabs havo two methods of estimating what will tin tlio height of horses. By tho first a cord is stretched from tlio nostril over tho ar an1 down along tho nock i tlili distance is compared with tlint from tho wither to tho foi t. Tlio colt will grow as much fuller a tho first dis titneo exceeds tho second. By tho uther method tho distauco between tho kneo mid tho withers is coiuiurcd with that fmm tho knee to tho coro uot If it liml reached tho proportion of two to olio tho horse will grow uo taller. Now York World. FEIlTiMTY nn Al'PLK ORCII AIIDS. MiliiTiil fertilizer bio what orchards mostly iii'oil, espi ciiilly on long-culti-vatcd ground, lint there are Homo varieties of npdo tlint are Mich fecldo growers that t' oy nr nil tho hotter for tho Ktiinnliiti. ii of Homo nitrogenous fertilizer. '1 ho Kpitzetilieig is oiio of theso varieties. It iH iiuito possible but ntaldo iniiiiurc fertiiotititig in tho oil may generate...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

1. hp sMav l'ih-fri,iliii '!., 'a fn'r in 'if. in (IiJivim . . V. . HiPlllii(iH, l.itiiitr niial I'nit. vkiinkko.y: j.v'nu kysC i A n ttitlrpptHltnit liMMtl )t1H-r. pilhlNhiMl r rry V il'M4iliiv lit HlW'l t!ilvill'. .Ii'ITi'I-moii t n. Vs.. ili'Votcrl li I hp hlMrft of KcynnliUvllli nnt -it'ifi-rwoni'iiiiiity. Non-imllili'iil, will 'm-hI nil with fnh-nt'HM. nnl will bi'Mi'liil1y ft IcimI y t.iwtinl tin lulxii'tii.r Phi. hiiiHirtptii)n prli'i1) vi'itr. In ntlvjtnrr. ri'innninfcntlttm In'milrtl for piihllniiton mil-' ho si'roinimnli"! lyilH wi-llr 1111 rm-, mi) for imhllcutlnn. lut n n mmrnntf,' of o l fnl ih, Inii-roitltw nt" lli'iii" milli'hiMl. A'lvi'itNlnif riiiiw ninth loiown mi iiilli'fi-tlo'- it t !hiMilTI'M In Ai-nnldM' lllm'k. l.i-ntfhty riMiiniunli'iitton mill fliiiiiui nf Sfl i'Hmniini hImimIiI rimi'li this ofllri- liy Monilnv iiiwin. J. Wri" all ommnnliMilliiiiK lo 0. A. Klcpli en in. l(iviiolNvllli. Pn. 1 humimI lit tlm iHMinnli'i' nl llcyniililnvllle, Tn h ii'imhI I'lnmm...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

ITfie it Star. Subtcription $1.60 per year, in (uhnncf. ). A. HTKPHKMWOM. Kdltor ma Pub. WEDNESDAY. .1ANUAIIY 23, IHIlf.. Passenger trains arrive nil (I leave Ucyn oUlsrllle follows: Allethrny Valley lMhrny. Knsttta'rd. Westward. Trains, - (144 a. m.lTrnln s, - -7.40 a. m. Train I, - - I .in p. m. Train , - -1.42 p. m. Train H. - CAT p. m.lTrnln in, - - S.4K p. m. RRYROl.imVII.I. POHT-OrriUR. Malls arrlvo and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart. rnoM m a w kst. ron th kart. 1.1ft p. m. - - l.m p. m.l5..W p. m - .Wp.m. mom thr r ast. roHTHSWRST. I.m a. m. - 2.00 p. m. 17. 1(1 a. m. - - 1.1ft p. m. Arrives from Hnthmel and Prescottvlllo 11 in. m. Arrives from Pnnlr Tuesdays, Thunlnys nnil Saturdays nt 2:.) p. m. Depart for Prpscottvlllo, ltathmcl, Panic B.i p. m. omve hours 7.nn a. m. tos.nn p. m. Money order ofllep open from 7.00 a.m. to T.IW p. m. Ki'glMvr office open from 7.00 a. m. to S.00 p. m. Legal Holidays from 7.on tos.oo a. m. nnd from I2.no tna.non.ni. E. T. Mi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

Sir Henry TliompFon holds thnt uo tnnn who onts to cxoess is over of any consequence in intellect. Englinh rnilroads cost nbout 022", 000 a mile, ours about fU,700, or ft littlo moro thna one-fourth ns much. Ico crenm nt fashionnblo dinner par ties linn been rulod out by sorue cater er, who doelaro tho cotirso Is "too Loardinghouscy. " Bridges mado of iron beam Imbed ded in coucroto nro eniit to bo cheaper tlinn cither iron or stone. Bach a lridgo near Ulm ling a span of 150 ,uct , Shavings nro coming into domnnd for bed nnd mattress tilling, and the Wisconsin planing mills have struck a bonanza in pocking them like buy and sending them nil over tin country Ilnrold Frederick a famous Euro pean correspondent says that "golf" is pronounced ns it is ppclled by tho bent people of Englnnd and thnt ends and cockney only any "goff." Thin is a grcnt shock to New York society whero "gofl" hns been tho ncceptod thing. Treated birch becomes mnhognny of rnro beauty, nnd "soaked" mnplo goes into...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

A WOMANS NERVES. THE 8TOK V OF A WOMAN TO WHO KOIAB WAK TORTURE. Prostrates bv the l,ent KaHtrmeiis PhvsMane Hnffled Br llir Cane (From the latt City, Keolruk, two.) Mr. It-lea Meywrs, whose home U nt 351,1 Vernon tverim, Chkfitro, and whose visit to Keokuk, In., will long be remembered, Wns M ono time n(T ete4 with nervons mainly which nt time drove hr nrly to 1M Mo tion. "Those terrible hendnehrt (re a thing of the pitst," she sfttd the othiT day to a Gate City representitlve, "an 1 there Is quits ft story In connection with It too. 'My nervous systota snst slnel n irrent shoek sono flllocn yers aio, bronglit on, I believe, through too mneh worrylnn over family msiters.nnd then allowing my love for my books to net the better of my discretion where my health was concerned. Why, whenever my afTctrs at hone did not go along Just as I e.rpeetel, I wonll invariably become prostratai Iron the excitement and I would consldor mys.-lf fortunate Indeed If the effects of the attack would uot...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 January 1895

1 DIGGING TUNNELS. THE PRESSURE MEN BEAR WHILE WORKING UNDER WATER. Feenllnr ftrnaiitlonn Mil Sometimes Fat! Rf unit Tunneling Thrminh Water Unlo Imlrr the Hndunn River Interest. Ins Talk With en Air lock Worker. Lnlioriiif? nn tho firm cnrtli, with "nil ont of floors" to hronthe, porspiritiK nml mnylinp iimbliiiff nt olio's hard luck, a person Holdout, if over, stops to think tlmt moil work day ufti r day drop down in tho water or tho mud, with 110110 lint artificial li'it to iftiiilo ""''r inovo-1 nit nlH nml only tho nir tlint U pumped j to lire nthc. I IVoplo who work in tho open nir i Would liavo only to Work for a nhort j timo In a diver's milt, n caisson or nn j air lock, K' tt'i'K n tasto of what it is liko mid liow it feels, to ho mrul forcv- j or of grumbling nt their lot nml tothnnk 1 their lucky "turn that it has heen or- j divined that they work on top of the earth. Tho work of n diver, his hoiiriv tions whilo under waler and his expert- j onces have often hcoti written...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

m - - vy st) VOLUME 3. RKYXOLDSVILLK, PEXX'A., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1805. NUJIBEK 37. O r 7f K 1 -xolds I I ll :. CRPITKL 9SO.OOO.OO. '. Tlltetiell, 1'ri'p.lili nu Ni nll ,Dr( Ipllmifl, Vice trc. Jnlin II. KniM'hi p, 'nflilrr. Director: 1). Mitchell, Hcntt. Mcl'lelliinil. ,T. C. Klnu, Joseph Striiu-, (1, K, Itinwri, li. V. Puller, .1. II. Kiiwlicr. Does n irencrnl hnnkinir business n ml solicits the nct'niintH nf iihmi'Iiiiiiih, priift'Nlutuil men, farmer, mechanic, miners, hnnliermen nnfl other, promising the miwt cnrcful attention to the liilncs of nil persons. Hnfo IVposIt Boxes for mil. I'lrnl National Hunk IuiIIiIImk. Nolnu block Fire Proof Vault. OOME. IN! Where? TO TI1H "Bee Hive" store, AYIlKliK L. J. Mc En tire, & Co., The Grocerynuin, 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 goodn. A nhare of your patronage ia respectfully solic...

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