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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

EARTHQUAKE AT KUCHAN. ENTOMBED AT PRAYER- Six Hundred People Perish In Virion i Baths. A dispatch to the London Times from Teheran gives further 1ta1l9 ot the de structive enrtbn,nnkot at Kachan. The first hock occurred nt noon, Thursdny, January 17. This was followed by anotbor, nnd In three mlnuti't tho town was lu ruins. It la stnted that tho loss of lite was enormous. Mist of the vlctlmi were crushed to death by falling buildings, but many wero burned to deuth. tho ruins In which they wore cn Innglod having caught Urn. sit hundred were entombed In a mosque while engaged In prayer. Mix hundred other persons pr-Ish-d In the various baths, The; survivor) could obtain neither fond nor water for threa days: the telegraph linns having been de stroyed. SI tiny who escaped death from tho earthquake perished from hunger and exo eure. The weather was very cold. Not single building remains standing In the town. Since the 17th the shocks have been re peated dally. One shock, which occurred ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

1011 FARM AND tiARDEX. to Keep itAnNEHg is oood condition. Hurucss ncods (rcqituut grousing or oiling, lint bcforo this is doue it should be blacked. Ciiiumua shoe blacking will ilo fur tbii purpose. Without it tbo leather will got runty. After the blocking mill pulishing tbo oil is np plieit, nutl tlicro is nothing better thnn vasclino for this nio. Tho Limes should bo nil taken npnrt, aud if it ia dry nnd cracked it will bo improved by wishing with warm wator and soop beforo the blacking nnd grcaso ore npplied. Tho leather should bo satu rated with tho oil, nnd then rubbed w.tli n clot'i to remove tho excess thnt w.ll not soak into the leather, Har ness should bu k pt from dust, nnd in n not too dry plucj. Mold it destruc tive?, ai it fi'od on tho lcnthor, nnd tu ju won'.uus it. Xcw York Times. OAPEI IN CHIC KENS. Vrint is c.illod "gpu" iu chickens, ri'i'l even grown fowls, iu duo to tho prepuce of n minute worm in tho windpipe or trncliea of tho fowls ob structing tho air passage...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

(The ft &av. '' -vrifiliim H.M) )iir icir. in mil- f. . 'ri;i'Mi:.M, iMilior nml I'l'li. V K I ) N Ks I ) A Y . .1 A N 1 ,'A 1 1 Y l. s.i.-,. Am 'mlrppiiih-m Iih'iiI iinprr. imtilMu'tli'viM-y t itnt4liiv ill Iti'VnohUvllli'. .IpITit-hii Cm. I'll di'Vi.ticI lii I hi Inli'iwl of KcynnliNrllli ftfi-t.ltf1VrmHouiitv. Non-Htltllriil, will livut nil Hli ruh iii'K. unit nl linrinllr fi li'inl ly IliffunU I In liilMifliitf ptil'm. H'l'tHfi-lptfon prkMfl.MM''r yt'nr, In nrtviincp. 'ninmiiiili'iitlitm IiiIi'IiiIimI fur imiIiIIi iiIIxii niii-) Im iiiTointitinlcd Ityilu wi-Him-'h mitm, tint for imhtlriitliift, hut. ni n miitriutit uf fnl fiiltli. lntiitMl Ittir nivt Ht'itm mtlli'llcil. Ailprlllnir i'iili iniuli known oniipptlril t!on Ml lhi'otHf In ArmthlV Mlix'k. I.i'tiuhiy I'lMiirniinli'Ht loiit mid rliimin if lnlvn llm'iitpnifi nhimld ri'iirh Ihl olHri by Mondny utmii. Aihlri nil 1'otnmtinh'ntlitim to V, A. Hti'ph eiwun, UfViMihNvllli. tn. Kiiii-mf at tin iMMtiitllcn nf KrynnliNvlHt. Pii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

SHtc Star wription $1.60 per ytur, in iifimr. , ft riiPllliNMIM, liIUop anil I'llb. KDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, Wt. (travelers' OTnlbe. ipnirpr trains nrrlve anil Irnve Hpyn- ttvllWi ns folio: Alleiihrmi I alley Hmlway. Rnntwiml. Wpstwnnl. In , - S.44 n. m.lTrnln fl, 7.40 b. m. In I, - - p. ni Train t, 1.42 p. in. In a, - - fl.iW p. ni.lTmln 10, - - S.4S p. m. HK.VKoi.iwvn.in piwT-orrim. 'alls nrrlvo ntiil lenvo the poM-nmVe ns low: Arrive, pppnrt. IMTIir.WF.ST. roRTHSBAST. p. m. - - T.nn p. ni. 112.) p. m - - s.sn p. m. rillltl TIIK rMT. rR TDK WKHT. a. m. 2.00 p. m.lM5 a. m. - - I. Ml p. m. rrlvp from Knlhmol ami I'tvwnltvllle 10 n. m. rrtvps from I'nnlc TucMlnys, Tliuriliiys I HiitnrilnVM nt 2.:m tl. m. ii-parts for I'n-M'ott villa, Itntlimcl, Panic. ' p. in. nlep linnr 7.00 n. m. tnS.on n. m. loney ohIpp oIHop open from 7.00n. m. to in. m. Hi'nlnlproflli'f open from T.no n. ni. son p.m. .pkiiI iioinniys from 7.ii ios.ui n. m. nna m ri.oo In .1.11 n. m. r.. t. mcuaw, r. si. ft Utile ot...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

There ore iu this country 182,710 miles of stool roils aud 88,017 of Iron, Fomiilors' shores in thp Kuoz canal, which twenty-five years ago were worth $2o0 each, nro uow quoted ot S250.000. Levi 1'. Morton of New York re ceived 22,000 applications for about fifteen appointments more or less uu lor the Oitberinitorinl control The Atlanta Jotiriuil declares thnt the Georgia Cotton States and Inter national Exposition is already one oi the best advertised expositions that has ever boon projected. A Into report of tho Iron Arc on tho condition of blast furnaces (Lowed B production more thuu double thnt of Inst summer and one that ranked well tip with tho records of tho mod pros porous periods of our history. The city of Buenos A.yres hns the largest street enr system in proportion to it population, of uuy city in tho world. Tho total number of im?seu- (rors carried in 18U3 was 71,i)40,5(4, while tho monthly average was 0,055, 617. Tho Wisconsin Legislature is pre paring to establish wor...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

2 At Every Twinge Of Rheumatism you shiuld remember that relief Is t hnnd In Hood's Sirsnpirill. Hhr-nmntls-n Is ciusM bv lnrtlo aold In tha blood, wliloh attli la fhs Joints. Ilood'l Snrsnparllla purine the blool end romoves Mood's Sarsa this tnlnt. Thero'orn Cures Hood's Rimapirllla euros Rhnamatlsm SBS sva, when nil other romedies bavo fnllej. Qlvn ft a frtlr trial. " I sunVrod Intently with Rheumatism, tint HooTs RnrsnpirlllA hiu perfectly cured me." HnT F. Tirrun, tTtntnrvilln, O. MOOft' f III 9 mi- thh.t luinlivcntlmrt'o French rootnl CarJs. A tinlrjtie Innovation of the postal cnnl system will goon be adopted In Frnnce. Instead of the cards being ep nrnte, as they now ore, they will ba Issued In the form of check boots with stubs. A memorandum of the contents of the card can bo entered on tho stub, and the sender can bare this stamped at the postofllee before the card Is (letarhcd. so that a verified record of the correDondence can be boot. Must Not Dance. The teachers of Jun...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 January 1895

AS AVE SEE THINGS. INFLUENCE OF THE INNER LIFE ON ; THE EXTERNAL WORLD now t.n Individual or a Heme May I lava an Entirely Different Appearance taTwa Fernna Unpplneaa anil Sorrow Made by Onrwelvea. Tlioto hnvo licen philosopher who do tl.iml that tiio t'ltrtliuu wuioli wo stuml nnrl llio stars on which wo rimo hnvo no teal exittoniro, but nro merely tlio out come" of onv Inner pelves. Pm-hnp tlin best miKveer to this is that tlio mind it self, at least that of most peoplo, refuses to roeoivo the idea. Tlio tlirt'erenno be tween tho nin nnil tho not tno is too sharply defined in tho inner conscious ness to permit Hislmp Perltoloy's notion from taking root within us. Vet wo cannot nlTnril to overlook tho jterin of troth wliieli this idea contains. Though not literally tho creation of our thouRht, tho outer world is to ench one of ns largely that whleh wo make it. Nnturo herself, in nil her varied scenes, Whatever ho may lie in reality, shows hfTsolf to tis in tho Unlit which we throw ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 February 1895

VOLUME 3. RKYXOLDSVILLK, I'KNN'A., WKDNEHDAY, FEHItUAHY ft, 181)5. Nl "JiMlt 88. First National Hank or if k rxoLns i . l ;. CRPITRU tpSO.OOO.OO. r. Mitchell, PrrMitrntt Meott SlciiolUnd, Vice ITes.t John II. Kaiichcr, Cashier, Director: C. Mitchell, "colt McClelliind, .!.'. Klii(t. Joseph Htrnus, It. F. Hmwn, ll. W. Fuller, J. II. Kimcher. Ones n ircnornlhnnKltiKbiiilnossntHl solicits the accounts of merchnnis, pnifiwloniil men. farmers, niivliiuilca, miners, lumbermen uml others, prnmlilni: Ihc most careful intention to tho business of all person. Safe Deposit iioxi-fi for rent. First Nullorml Hunk building, Nolnn block Fire Proof Vault. COME IN! Where? TO TI1K "B66 Hive" Store, WHERE L. J. McEntire, & Co., The Grocerymaii, deals in all kinds of Groceries, Canned . Goods, Green Goods Tobacco and Cigars, Flour and Feed, Baled Hay and Straw. Freeh goods always on hand. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. A share of your patronage is respectfully solicited. Very truly yo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 February 1895

THE WRECK OF THE ELBE. THERE WERE 332 LOST. Of the 8B3 People on the Elba Only 20 War Saved. It Is now nsocrtnlnod thnt thero tvoro 852 persons on tha Elbe when ho sailed from liromen, ns follows. Cabin passongors fot Now York, 44scnbliipassenirorlorHoutlinmp. ton, fli steerage pnssenirors (or Now York, 11!): iteeratro passomrcr for Hontlinnipton, I'll ;aptnln ami crow, 148; postman, 4; steward esses. 3. Totnl. 8M Ol all theso Nio saved ivoro only 20. The North Uormnn Uoyil company owner of the Kibe, have selreil tho (ml hie nt Hottor dam by nnllinir n writ to her mmt as a pro llmlnnry to clnliiiiinr dnniincs tor the sinking, of tho Klbtt. Tho I'r.iltilo Is valued nt ts.OUO without hor cargo. I'npt. tlorrton, ol the Crnthlo, has reported to tho Lloyd's agents that he was knocked down by the shock ol his ship with whnt ho described nn unknown vessel. In reply to the question whether ho hail token steps to save passengers and crew of the othor ship, ( apt. (lonlon until his own ship 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. — 6 February 1895

Evolution. Out of Ihn alunk a shadow, Tlinn it spnrk i Out u( the cloud a silence, Then a Inrk i Out ot tho livart a rnpture, Then A pain Out ot tlin iloail cold ashes, Life ngnln. John E. Tir. JIlMOItiJlS. The worst lion nrc hnlf truth. A cold Hiinp Breaking an icicle. You know the tlsk hook in tho cause of innny sinful, awful yamst Yea,' lt'(4 A nuisance something to o-bnit "Much mutters limit ho ruinced, Mid tho luitohor its ho dropped a cat into tho chopper. Tilling ninl cooing llotirihrs during tho honeymoon. Afterwards the bill ing sometimes stops tho cooing. C'lniii Ho Ijuttio is married? It ihe perfectly hnppy, do you think? Florence Oh, dear, yea; I nra surt no. Her trousseau was limitless. . Ibtotil I had A dog who nttnrkctl nil tho rascal. Ilia Friond What tliil you ilo with him? 1U nil I hud to pet rid of him. Uo wax cvcrlust tjgly biting me. Servant Maid (in breathless excite ment) Professor, there's n burglar in tho dining-room ! Professor (deeply absorbed without look...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 February 1895

I'D .!... . f . .1.. im.lcii . !. ail iih fui' in' ly toiiMl- 'hi 1 ?MIW4'-Ir ttlll i'umniiiilrii i. mnt Im ti i' n for ilH ';! 1 . gtfcH fiihlt hm " iihrUstii7 .! i lltin Hi llivnlH !' 1.1'nirliiv i-'i. ii"i ailVOM Ui'lTM'M M Mo'i'lnr iiiwin Alilti" nil 'iiiiii TlHon, Hi'vnnlil-.'' I Klifril hi l h I Tn . Hi mi'ollil ''ln .!, n . 1 1 " I nl I,. i ..1,1 , A hill Iihk ' n I im..i1"i' il in Hi" I -lwlul lire fcl'lililillnir Mi t i : i f t n nl fur a i"i'nil i . .- li i- U b"lii(r duni' In tli-li "ti iv.t i! l--i mny b'lvtni' nmiv 1 1 n in ! Si'VitiiI bllln Ii.ivm h '.'ii nr. h ml il in thu li'ifUlutiiri' tn prnliihlt tir i xi-i.'iiiv of company kIoivh. hut iiIm! mtit -tn of tlm mini' am) milling O'nit'nll ' appointed to coiihIiIit III" bill . Iiii il cUI'-d In favor of Hun. W. O. SiiiIHi'n bill. A ronolutlon p;wl In tin1 M'Mi- fow Ouyit atro to InqnliM Into mill ivrl tho number of p ikoiih. not cltiwiiM of tho United 8tnto, who bim iicciipyliitf our BKHvliiitiK and nthnr churltahli! 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. — 6 February 1895

mt Star H6m;ri)fion $1.60 per year, in ailvanre. A. HTKPHKNftON. Kdllor and Pnb. EDNKSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, lS9f. Traveler' OTulot. IHnmnirr trains arrive and leave Reyn lavllle a followal Allegheny Valley liaihray. Fiial waril. Westward. aln, - - .44 a. m.lTraln , - 7 40 a. tn. sin I. - - 1.00 D. m. Train t. -1.42 p.m. train 3, - - t.7 p. m.lTrnln 10. - - S.4 p. m. BTBOi.oavii.t.a ros-r-orrtca. Malls arrive and leave the post-office a HOWS! Arrive. impart. ion tub wrur. ran tn east. S p. m. - - 7.00 p. rn.ll2.no p. m - S.Jn p. m. mow ma fast. m iri wmt. a. m. - - 2.00 p. m.7.l a. m. - 1.1ft p. tn. lArrlvea from Kathmrl and Prescottville 30 a.m. Arrive from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdajra id snturuny at l.mi p. m. Departs for I'rearottvllla, Rathmol, Panic i p. m. )m,-e hour f.flO a. m. to s.00 n. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to p. m. Hi-ulster offli-e open from J .00 a. m. s.imp. m. .nirtii Ho1I1rvh from 7.00 to S.flO a. m. and im U.00 to S.00 n. m. E. T. MctlAW, 1'. M. fl Littl...

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

A renMion against socialism Las taken lnce in tlio British trade anion Twenty-fivo years ago tlio valuo of Ilia banmins exported from Jamaica 1 practically nothing in 181)3 1 it was over 82,000,000. j In tlio Review of Rcviows Robert Underwood JohnRou urges tho rapid extension of our nntionul policy of crcnting forest preserves. Ha would snako tho heml wotors of every impor tant river under nntionnl control tho tut of such a reserve. Tho County Treasurer, of Colnm lns, Mo., has boon sued by his wifo to show causo why tho taxation upon her property should uot bo reduced. 'If ho is wise," observes the Now York Mercury, "ho will resign nt onco and let his successor flhl it out." Tho tobacco plant has bncomo thor oughly naturalized in every pirt of the world, and in many parts of Asia nd Africa his becomo so completely domesticated that several writers havo contended that it is aboriginal in ono or tho other of thoso continents. By voto of tho Greek Chamber of Deputies, tho wholo of 189...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 February 1895

Could Not Walk Rheumatism in Ilips & Back Eyesight Affected but Hood's 8ar saparllla Cure All. I was troubled with pains n my bnelt tnl hips. My eyos swolloj 0 thnt t eonl.l rot nee for two or three days at ft time. I became so I eouhl not wnlk at tlmo. The theumntlsm hud sneh n hold on me I or-r exported t.l pet well. At Inst I deehlel to try Hood's Bnrsn- iJ pirllln. The first J.'hottlo helnerl mr appetite find bo- Mrs. .Morion A. Hum. ,or" 'roa l Went Oar.tner, Mum w,ls n" Rono my Mick win n Kri-nt deal better nnd the pnlns nd left my hips. I have now taken over Ive bottles nni I am ns wull an i u Free From Rheumatism ii If I ha 1 never been nfllletol with It. I ih:ill coutinue to uj Ilood's Bnratipnrlll.i HoodVsCures lor I believe I owe try llfe.to lis osV 11ns. U. A. Bcrns, West Gnrdner, M:iss. llond'n I'lllNCUrcnll I. tit Hid, MIlouftneM. Jauo Ike. In-Iiaestlot. ilck nea I Ache. SO ceot. The Greatest Hedical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S Medical Discovery, DONALD KENNEDY...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 February 1895

t SMASMXGTUADITION WILD ANIMAJL8 IN OAPTIVITY ARE NOT CANCEROUS. Staines A. Ml; Ray Any On Cu Rafrlf Enter nasi Um tt Fnll of Lira, mat Tiem, axl Any Una Whs Know Um Con Can lat Them Through Their Acta. Paid Mr. ,1nmes A. Bnlloy roconfly; "It is the general belief all over the world that a man who goes into di n of wild aroiToronn beiuits takeiyjiia life in bis Jiitiicla, .and that each time bu dom lie ul escapes tmhnrmed he bnn won tip lnclry olianoe. Sonic persons believe tlmt if the trainer who handle tlio aniiunls in their act were to tarn his linos upon tliem for a tingle iuRtaiit they would leap npon aud devour him. Otlion again tbulieve that the lion and tiger only wait an opportunity for concerted notion to destroy their keep er, while-there aro mill othera wbo do clare that it is only through the power of the iiumnn eye that the beasts are held in subjection. To all of these opinions and beliefs and as m Dual an swer to all -questions on the subject 1 Wish to state here and...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

mm VOLUME 3. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENX'A., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1U.95. XMIKEIt 3D. OF KKYXOt.OS Vll.I.K. CAPITHL, $80,000.00. V. .tlltclirll, Irplleiit Wrolt Tli lellMint, Ice lre. John H. Kanelier, Caialiler. Director: ( Mitchell, SVott Mi't'Icllnnd, .'.(''.King, JiwtMih Ntrnuw, I), K. Hnmn, U. V. Fuller, J. II. Kimclicr. Does n ffpnei-fillnnllng1iisliipNand wilh1ln the accounts of mprrhnnt. profcMonsI men, farmers, rnpcluutlcs, miners, himliprmrn and others, promlsliiK thp most careful attention to the business of nil person. Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. First Nntlonnl Hunk building, Nolan block Fire Proof Vault. OOM IN! Where? TO THE "Bee Hive" store, WHERE L. J. McEntire, & Co., The Groceryman, 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 goods. A share of your patronage is respectfully solicited. Very truly yours, Lawrence J. McEntire & C...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

PRESIDENT TO CONGRESS. ANOTHER BOND MESSAGE. An Emergency Meaaure to Relieve the Treasury. The President sent a message to congress Friday chiding Ihiit body for not giving him Authority to Issue gold bonds. Ho also made l recommendation, or suggestion, thnt Con gress act wllbln tlio next ten days and do ex tctly what It refused to do Thurs lay, Author ize the Issuance of 8 per cent gold bonds. The message In ns follows! To the Congress of the United States: Hlnco my recent communication to the Congress, calling attention to our financial condition and suggesting legislation which 1 leomed essential to our national welfare nnd jredlt, the anxiety and apprehension then ex isting In business circles have continued. As a precaution, therefore, ngninst the failure of timely legislative aid through con gressional action, cnutlou preparations have been pending to employ to tlio best possible advantngo, lu defnuit of better mentis, such executive authority as may, without addi tional legis...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

A Valentino. A(!C"pt, dear wife, thin little token. Ami, II between the lines ynu seek, Vou'll find the love I've oftcu spoken- Tho lo- I'll always love to spenk, Our liltlo ones arc making merry With unco ditties rhymed In et, But lu these lines though awkward very, 'Xlio genuine article's csprowed! 'u nro no fair nnl sweet and tender, Daar brown-eyed little sweetheart mint. And when It enllow yo'ith, nnd slonder, I askod to he your va'emlue. What though thine, years o( ours he fleeting? What though lheo years of ours bs flowu? I'll mock old Kronos with repenting ' love my love, and her alone!" An l when I fall before hit reaping, Ami wheu my stuttering speech Is dumb, Titlitk not my love I ilea I or sleeping, Hut that It waits for you t come. Po tnke, denr love, tlil little t"k"n. And If there apenks In any lino The sentiment I'll fain have spoken, ffiy, will you kiss your valentine? Emma Field. humorous. "Doctors' Comniotm"-Ornvoyards, Hen-sick uess is a famous euro for pomposity...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

I - . . t W K I ) NKsl ) A V . !' K I 1 1 U A I V "I'lt'lH'llill'il Hl.li; p:i(M" turill-th IMI'H'llV II l'Vllll'lsV''l tl'l'tt' ..ij iiv,i nl t hn tini" t.l of ld' im t tv rp Miiiiitiiiil Niiii-hi!I' '. nl. I 'i fui ' iii nn'1 .v'li :i'MtiMiiiii". r I '. If !' i in - .'hl-s, til lini :i o Wi" yi'ii ill !.!' 'i n I.H.'ll ;ii'l lrl'll li':i Iti iitl ' N ri'.'.. Itni'l' l IIV til nil1 ' h "'. ill:.-l nil Hill l III! ..tin II I'l I' IM' II.' IH ' '-III'. HU ' . .In'll 'tl l. ntflili' Ifllil 'II III! 'IIMi . Ii.-u'l in .in'. IV l I . li'v -'ii ii'irinl : Inti-. .ii-i I'lnur i I4l'llltl illil.!' I 'IMI.-ll 'liU .tin... i v ii. win ft. ill ''i n 'i'l i en 1 lull nl'. . i . T nnl'l v'ili I'ii, ' I" I i 'Wis n'H.'l' II fl'VII'llfh. .. ",. ', "'tl Ml:, 't r H'ii' 'lI'lllL' IUC III 1 T i "V. il hy Ml" Sun unxei Ipt i.f nil ' I''!' I v r il Hlinvi-il h" i " il m i - intr T 8 r w- A hill 1 r i i v- il th. Unit' il St him ii' I'lv-tMi nil two iinil fmir tli.l &' I'lli'y v i.'li I-., mil to m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

Star NubmrWpd'nn $1.60 per ynir, in wlvanee. !. A. KTKPIIKNHON, Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 185. travtltt' utt. wnmr trains arrive and Ir-are Utrn ildarllle an fcillown: Allrtihrnif Valtry littiltrny. Knalwanl. Westward. P.. I a M li a I Tcti In A . f ut hi. Train l! - - 1.(10 p. m. Train , - 1.42 p.m. Train 3. - - p. m.llrain lu, - - s.s p. m. iiiitndmmtili.i riMT-nrnci. Mall arrlre and Irate the nnst-oflVe as follows: Arrlre. ncpari. Jraoa Tiia wr.T. run the bast. h.is p. m. - - 7.n p. m.lllsnp. m - n.sop. m. FRIiM THB apt. I nm mi "nr. 00 a. ni. .! p. m.lMft a. m. I. lit p. m. Arrives from KatlimM and I'resrottvllle l.aoa. in. . fvwitM lnlii TiinajlnWM TI,Hf1nV and Hatiirdajra al t.iM p. in. lipparis lor rrpscuiivnie, nninniei, nunc i.on ii. m. tiffli-e limim T.nn a. m. tos.on p. m. ....In ..Uli.a ...... n f .... ? fVl m If, p.iKip. m. Hculnlor offlce upon from 7.00 a. m. lon iiip. m. I Lexiil llolldav from 7.00 to Ben a. m. anil fmm 12.00 to .in. m. E. T. McUaw, I". ...

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