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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

Tho United States have 812 colored lawyers. A Freuch paper says that 4,847,500, 00 people dio during each century. j . i Great Britaiu gets $93,000,000 from liquor taxes nud $40,000,000 Irotu tho tax uu tobacco. Tho total vote cant iu tho Btatcn, which held elections in 1804 was 11, 850,000 nud iu 1803 the vote of tho country, iu an exciting Presidential clectiou wits 12,034,858. Bjrgins Stcpuink, the Hussion radi cal, does uot believe the new Czar w ill embark on a great war unless ho loses his mi ml. lie thiuks tho poverty of tho empire will keep her at peace. A French society, tho Friends of Parisian Monument, is greatly elated that it hits succeeded iu defeating tho building of a great elevated railway station over tho esplanade of tho In valides iu Paris, Tho station is to be Out under ground. AiiHtraliaus are seemingly a very 'tiuugry people. Max O'Rell says they eat seven meals a day. Tea, bread bread and butter at 7 i broakfost,8.80 J lunch, 11 ; diuner 1.30; ten at 3, sup D...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

Impure Blood Eczema Intense Itching it Burning Hood's 8arsaparllla Cured and Gave Sound Relief. " I wns troubled tor months with it brook ing out on my skin. I euirired terribly nt night nnl hal to cut my flngitr ntlls short to keep ma lro:n scratohlnj, T.imo physi cians did not help my en so. I hud about Riven tip In despnlr when it frien J a Jvlsed me to try n bottlo ot ll soil's Sarsnpnrllla. It seemed as If every dose helped mo nnd niter I hnd taken it . few bottlei I was j entirety well nn I a sound mnn ng.iln. t proved Hood's 8:ir- 'i n ' rt 1 1 it , n Ka m good blood purifier Sir, Win. M. 1 Wmntken nnd I gladly recom mend It to every sufferer." Wii.Lt.t5l II. Flexkikes, Carmlchaols, Pennsylvania. Hood's Sarsa- Cures Bo Pure to pet HOOD'S. llAltiDllla En.iv to trv. eixv to B r IMS take. easy lUettVct.WO XiiE washerwoman's niot.to "Let us soap for the best." State or Onto, Citt o-Toledo, 1 lifCAt'Ol:TV. ) Frask J. oikkkv mnkps oath that h Is the senior psrtncr nt tlie lirm of F...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 February 1895

MAKING TURPENTINE AN EXTENSIVE INDUSTRY IN CERTAIN SOUTHERN STATES. Bow the Tree Are Tapped and the tie. Innut flam tlnthrrrd lHpartraent and Divisions In the Work All Vnder thf Keen Pye or the "niiler." Dinloct writers find a fruitful Hold amoiiKthe "Tar Hoeln"of tlioCnrolinn, Alnhmim nnd Gcorfjin. In tlio cool (Icpthti of tlio tiirpontinn woods, with the gnslied trooH yielding tip their resiiunif gmn, tho biiliny nir nndtho iilctimmqiu "hnckors," "dippers" mid "nornpprs, " with tho ever vigilant "rider" watch inK rv lytliinf.', in it phase in ontliern lifo which lu.s long Ik-cu the delight nl Million nnd tiio tilonsnro of nrtist. The arudity of tho implement nnd the mills need in mnkiiiK turpentine and rosin lend ndditionnl interest to this old in dustry, nnd tho gypsylike habits of the turpentine milkers ndd to thoir tanged. Illiterate chnriua. Tnrpentine in the dintilled grim of thf pino trees of North and Houth Carolina, Alabama, Goorgia and part of Florida The Benson begins, w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 February 1895

VOLUME 3. RKYNOLUSVIU.K, PKNN'A., WKDXE.SDAY, FKIJKUARY 21), 1RU5. NMII5EK 10. WHEN YOU BUY A BiGUGle Remember that GootfSWkdbuNTa" ' lll.w lire pood cycles and the world loos not product' a better. Special No. 1 Roaster, weight '27 U.K., 85.50; No. 2 Full Roadster, weight '25 11 n., 8100.00; Model No. !) Li?ht Roadster, weight 2'2 Urn., 100.'l)(); Model No. 4 Ariel Hacer, weight 18 to In addition to the above, I am agent for the Celebrated reatherstone: Line of Bicycles, comprising nine different styles, ranging in price from $'20 to $80. All lUeycle guaranteed For Due Year. The only Complete Line of Base Balls, Bats, Gloves, Masks, Sporting and Outing Goods to be found in the town. STOKE, Reynolflsville Hariware Co., DEALERS IN HARDWARE. STOVES and RANGES. TIN, - SHEET IRON - and COTTER WARE, AMMUNITION, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, WOOD AND IRON PUMPS. And everything kept in a First-class Hardware Store. Roofing and Spouting Done to Order. REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. Do You Want THE - NEWS? Th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 February 1895

NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. NEW BOND BILL. Item Picked up About tha National Capital. Th ways end moan commute agreed up. oo a bond bill which was presented to the house. It authorizes the Issue ol a gold bond at I pr cent. Interest, to be told at not lea than par, but limits the amount to (63,1 16, 275. being the sum agreed upon In the.peudlng contract Tnere Is a provision thnt no part ol the proceeds hull be used to pny current ex. penee ol the government. Tarty llnea wore not maintained In the commutes. Ol the llcpubllcnns Messrs. Iteed and I'ayna voted to report the bill while Mr. Hopkins opposed It, and Sir. Grosvcnor did not vole. Four Democrats, Messrs. MeMlllan, Wbltlug, llryan and Wheeler, votod In the negative Mr. Hynum did not vote. Messrs. Dalzeil and Gear were absent. The vote In -Jotn-mlttec stood tt yeas to 5 nays. While Mr. Cochran voted for the bill, he reserved the right to olter an amendment on the floor ol the house. Mr. Heed snld tbe pliin was not bis milking, but be ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 February 1895

FIRST IX WAR AND FEACE. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHTLACE TO BB MARKED BT A MONVMENT. A Granite Shaft to Be Erected by the Government Story of the Old Ilouse IU Historic Inmatei. WORK has begun on the monument to mark the birthplace of Washington, at Wakefield, Va., and the substantial completion of the work this year seems assured. A shaft of Amer ican light granite, about forty feet high, trill rent npon a plinth and a die for the inscription, and these in turn upon two boses, the lower one twelve feet square, so that the total height of the structure will be fifty one feet. That height will fully an ewer tho requirement of being visible from the decks of vessels in the chan nel of the I'otomno, not quite four miles distant. The successful design among tho twenty-nino snbrnittod tas from the snmo firm, Crawford & Son., Buffalo, N. Y,, that erected tho me morial to Mary Washington at Fred ericksburg, and the rotative porpor tions of the latter monument are clocoly followed. It has been s...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 February 1895

iSnrx.-, n $l.fiO wr iirxr. . !. t. I ' HllliMSOil, Hillli.r WKD.N'i; .1 ) A V'TT' KB U r A H Y Anetli- t itllenl Iih'iiI pnn-l', pill'l -M W iilttf.'ln . lit Hi'ViihIiImviIIi', .lie. i Fii.. - I In tin' Inii'ii'-lw of lte ii arnl.fi- i - neoiinly. Nnn-nllllinl BHwi !'.' 11'. llllll Will 111' l'4M''lll' ly ti.i i- i hi' InlMn liri rlitsN. 1 1 1 in I'lil piirc ?l ..Ml mm vi'iii'. in 'i iNiniiiiMMt, iitlnim liiti'tiilrd for nil mill! I"- mnpunli'il hy lln' wrri ii'ii f'i' i i llruil.m. Inn ni n mnr n tiHHirn'M Inti'ri'Hilnii iu'wn lirm. ; To KioiiJa. ' To tlm linn i numb r of mii.i who fe.il tho n ' il "f h midwinter i-n wi ll as ft mlilmimin i' in.lliley, i I' linsylvanla Itiillt'iuiil (' in pntiyV r-iuiiiiiy-u iiihict- il tours I i 1'i'irlil.i . .i chilly c inini'iiil llii'itim'lv !-: ii xe ! em r.ii"a Ix-itiir A'ln" i i-inx rutni nniili' known on m tlon in i In' nlHi'i' In At-nnld-' llloek. unitnlllili'tilliilii linn eliti enl Hliiiultl ivneh t lilt l.in 'Ii ailvi'i K Mnniliii A.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. — 20 February 1895

r t it Star Subscription $1.60 per near, in advance. C. A. NTKPIIKNNN, Kdttor and Pub. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 18115. Traveler' OTMlbt. Pnsaenser train arrive and leave Reyn oldsvllle. as fullown: Allegheny Valley linihray. Knatwa'rri. Westward. Train 9. - .4 a. m.lTrntn B, - 7.40 a. m. Train I, - 1.00 p. m. Train , -142 p.m. Train 3, - t.A" p. m.Truln 10, - S.4X p. m. RKYtmi.nsviM.S roaT-ornc. Malla arrive and leave the post-office a follows: Arrive. Iepart. FROM TH WKST. FOR THB RAST. l.la p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - 40 p.m. rao the ast. roa tb wkbt. K.OOa. m. - - S OU p. ni.l7.lK a. m. - - I. lit p. m. Arrive from Kathmel and I'rnwottvllle 11.30 a. m. Arrives from Pnnle Tuesdays, Thurdajr and Haiurdnv at J. 30 p. m. leparts for I'rescoHvllle, Uathmel, Panic 8.0ji. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. toS.OO p. m. Money order ofhre open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.3p. m. lU'Klater ofNVe open from 7.00 a. m. toS.oop. m. I.eiml Hotldava from 7.00 tos.00 a. m. nnd from is.oo to 3.00 n. m. K. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 February 1895

Tho not debt of New York City now tcchcei!),i3i,iafl.ro. Thoro nro in tlio Unltod Htntes 4,000 )iil)lic libraries with moro llinn 1,000 Volume inch. A statistician has floured out that in New York Citjr tho suicides averago about buvcu n ilny througout tho year. The statistics iii1icnto tlmt tho farms of Ohio nro worth upwards of $30, 01)0,01)0 Icon thnn thry wcro n year ago, whilo tho indebtedness of their owners hna grown about JH, 00,000. The Herman statistician, llcrnhiird Jrnslein, has computed tlmt (Irouoo stands in tho flrHt rank nmomr F.tiro ioun countries in tho number of ecu tonnriaiis. llo nltrilmtjH thin to its climate. Now York's elevated cable mul horse railroad parry a good ninny inoro njiscncrs ill tho courso ofu year than thu lirooklyn trolley lines, yet thry killed only eight persons during 1 HI) 1, against tho hitter's forty-llvo. Attontion in called tiy Tho Presby terian to tho fact tlmt tho progress of Houthcru Presbyterian church in tho work of 1'orcigu Mission...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 February 1895

Whnt Tasnmnln. Export, Tnsmnnln exports Imp", fruit In great auuutltlcs nml Iron, tin and galena. A Mule Thing. "It Is l IHIIo thing to spouk a phrnso ot common oomlort which by daily use has al most lost 11 sense, yet on the car ot him who thinks to die umnournod It will livll Ilka choicest tnualc." It Is a simple thln to suf-fi-r onllmry ptitn i but when It comes by iliiy nrni nighj with nmirnlnln cruel hurt, lucre s nothing batter to ours It tlmn fit. Jacobs Oil, which, pruairiitlng to wrv part thut nuhi, lens-ss the pain nu 1 1 uves n perfect euro be hind It. ire a I'tH" mmg to tlo, but th cn-n-lort ol relief Irom men dlstnw will make odd leel the happier hour ot life. Tamorlalno was an expert chess player. ftrwnrft of Olntmenis fr Tntttrrh That t'nnmln Plrrcarv. as merrnry wl'l surely destroy the sens nf smell nnd rem pint 'lyd van tret nn whole pytem when rntoHuir it thrtU'ih the nrwons surface. Sii'h nrtiolfibli'rtild never h nsd ecei on Srcrrptioua Iroin reputable phylMiins,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 February 1895

A GHOST OF A PLACE. THE STOHY OF ASHLEY HALL AND HOSPITABLE COLONEL BULL It cut the I'Mntor Krpt Hlii llnmirhiild (inmla t'rmll tho llnndu of 11m "Itnldrrn," ri. turiK of ItrniitlCul Suburb Tht All Vhltorn in 'linr1cton Admlro. Wnotlluwls tliirk with niulorRiowtlr, (r:ii!(nil country stilluc fs tlm hlillncss of a bit of country omparntivi-ly tin tilled nnd tinpnstnrril; rontlwitya lined With 1 nnd ntittely trees Midi the seeno us tho platter of horses' hoofs echo ing on tho hard flooring of thfl river hridn dies nwtiy into noiseless footfalls nnd tho wheels turn without sonud in tho yielding soil of 8t. Andrew's. The lutirinnred chorus of conutless jiino charms ns intoforgetfulnessof thocity'i close proximity neross tho river. Ahend tho way unfolds to ns, hrond nnd smooth, winding between long battalions of nn cient ouks, muffled up to their chins in grny; on through miles of the century old trees, their massive trunks bound with fibrous scarfs, ns if to veil the sears of successive...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

4 VOLUME -3. KKYNOLDSVILLK, I'KXN'A., WKIMMAY, FK1.MJAUY -7, ISilr. M .MI'. EH 11. ' it : v.vo r ns nu. :. CRPITHl, $SO.OOO.OO. '. miKlioll. 1rrllrtlM Scot! Tlr( iollnoil. Vice f'rcn.l Jolt it II. Kniiiiii-r, nMiler. Directors: ('. Mltehell, Hcott Mct'lell-inI. .T. V. Iln(t, ,lo-pli SiviiuH, T'.. Ill-own, i. W. Fuller, .1. II. Kihii Iht. Dock n ironernl biinklmrliuslncMstinn' sollelts the nn'omit f if lnrlvllHIll. JHolV.e.ionill men. filmier. riuM-bnnt.. miner, lunibornii'n iiikI others. HiiniKlnir the mo-0 rillfflll tUlentlon to t he lnihu'MM ut till person.. Hlifc IVhmII Hove for ti nt. First National Hank 1nlM;ir-', Noluti block Fire Proof Vault. COME IN! Where? TO Till'. "Bee Hive" cStore. L J. McEntire, & Co., The Grocery man, deals in all kinds of Groceries, Canned Goods, Green Goods, Tobacco and Ciars, Flonr 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 tru...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Bow President Cleveland Diverts Him elf at Home. President Cleveland has ft great fondness for iTibbas;e, which he filnvs every evening at the While Haute with Mis. Clevelnnd, or Dome friend who happens to be there. Tho President' partiality for tills kind ot amuse ment Is out altogether tho result ot his natural Inclination, but Is pursued because of a warning he received from his physician quite s time ago, When the President Was suffering from a malady which resulted In a surgical operation for the removal of a part of the bone of his Jnw, together with a couple of teeth, his phy sician gave him advice which ho has not tailed to regard. Mr. Cleveland was told that whllo the surgical operation removed all cause for alarm tor his health at that time, yet his continued freedom from any similar trouble depended upon his course of lite, tie was told that worry was to be avoided, and that unless he managed to get his mind oil public affairs and ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

MADAGASCAR'S WAR. FHANCK SENDS AST EXPEDITION TO PL'MSII THE NATIVES. Queen Ranavalona't Grievance The Island and Its People Pro ductions of the Country American Interests There. FRANCE has sent a strong mili tary expedition to Madagascar to hnmble the pride of the , dusky Queen Ranavalona. She U (urions at the treatment she claims to have received at the hsnds of the French, and re fused to recognize their authority. On the other hand, the repre sentatives of the French Govern ment on the isl and claim that the Queen is not on speaking terms with truth and that she is being used as a tool by influential Eng lish traders to disrupt the rela tions with France. The Queen is but V,' thirty-six years of mental or physical adaoascar's qleev. attractions. She is, however, inordinately vain, and her favors are shown in proportion to the amount of flattery her subjects can beguile hor with. She is married to her Frime Minister, the famous Bo inelaieriooune, who has served as Minister since ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

fyit'l'i't rtitiif ..,,'.f t it ) ('.('. itl I'lnMl'i. . . I I I'll J ., t:llr uikI Futt. W K.M. Y. "t-'KHKUA HY 27. 'li.V . ' nvli' rt mli'iii ltr:ll (til (!'. pil'ill-hctti'ViMy V t'.lii'-..l.i v af Kiiyrntlis tlliv ,htVti'Hiiti tn. I'll . M'Vii:t' 10 I ltt lnlMi"M of K '.V IHlti W v ( I lr Kit'! If't"' noil I'oniiiy. Non-ji tUt Ii-m'I. w ill ( All -t i(h r i rrrn'-. iitH 'vlll In1 rtM'i'lu I ly frli'Nil ly tiiAiifii tin1 hl'iii'hl!; i'Iii. tit-i"-ic j,tn ir li'ol..viti' Mvir.tn itilviinro, rutnllKltlU'lltlntM llllf'llill'll fur llllhlh'lll llll mil-' '' r i j m I I ly 1 III' m I Imm V niitnr, n.i for imhlli-iiMon. hut iih n iininititt'i uf gito'l fill'll InliMV-tllnir tll'WH lll'tUH m)lilM'il. VIvrr'Kiii'r rui nmtli' kmnviMin iippUm tlon in (In- n'tl'T In AiiiciIiK' Itlm k. I,'i'rli:v iiMiinli-ailoiiN mii'I rlmn::i' nf fiHvi'iNinM'nlM hIkmiIiI tciirli till otlii'i' liy Monthly iiiittii. Vllri" :i ! I I'fiinminilrlil Ions In C. A. Htt'pll- IH.III. l!rV!M.. Villi' I'll. K.M''r'f !i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

Srtte -At Star Subtcriplim $l.0 per near, in nrfranre. C. A. ftTKPllKNMt, F.dtlor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18115. QTvavrltre' 0ub. PnMiiir trains nrrlve nnd lcavo Ueyn- oldsvlllc a follows: Allnhrm Vallni liaihnni. Eastward. Westward. Trains, - - t.U a. m.lTrnln B, -7.4(1 a. m. Train I, - - UK) p. m. Train 2,- -1.42 p.m. Train It, - t.K p. m.Tniln II), - K.4H p. ni. nitrNoi.rmviM.t posT-orrics. Mulls arrlvo and lenva tlio post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart. rnOMTIIRWKXT, ron TUB BAST. 1.1)1 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. in - - (I 50 p.m. rnon tub bast, ron tub wk.st. 1.00 a. m. - - 2.0) p. m.U.lA a. m. - - 1.1ft p. m. Arrives from llnthmcl nnd I'rcscnttvlllo U.H0K. m. , J Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thnrdays and Ksturdnys at 'J.;m p. m. Departs for l'rcsrottvlllc, Ttntlimi-1, I'nnlc 8.00 p. m. office hours 7.00 a. m. tos.nnp. m. Money order office open from 7.00a. m. to 7.30 p. ni. Register office open from 7.IN) a. m. tofUPOp. m. Legal Holidays from 7.ofl to s on a. m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

I A Western BtntiRticiau" 1-nn figured it out that oho innn in ovcrjr 401) in (his con lit r j in a trntn i. A continuous riilo on oleotrla rail ways can now bo tnknn for about thir ty-llve miles iu I'hllndolphin nnd Bub urbs. Tbo totnl expcliRO of tlio German army for 1803 in cstimntod nt $154, 000,000; thnt of tho French army at nearly $113,000,000. It in rnthcr comforting to know, tho Now Orleans Pieoyuno confesses, thai vera, ngod people are geuornlly from tho rntiks of the very poor, nml thnt no millionniro has yet succeeded iu living to a very great ago. Superintendent McMillan of tho Turk Department of llnflnln, N. Y., objected to tho nnmo "Hcajaqundn"for ono of tlio now boulevards of tho city, Lilt the Commissioners overruled him, and tho citizens will havo to enduro tho verbal outrngo an best they may. North Carolina'B M run go pooplo of tho swamps havo counterparts in tho mysterious rncoof so-called IudiaiiR iu Kouthern Delaware. They aro a awnrthy people, with fitrong tra...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

WOMEN IN SESSION, Rational Council of Many Societies Meet In Washington. The formal opening ol the leeoml trennla session of the Nntlonnl Council for Women ol the Unltod States begun at the Metropolitan Hotel, Washington. 1). C, Monday. Mrs. May Wright Bewail, Its president called the meeting to order. The council Is a represent tatlTe body composed ol delegntes trom all the various associations ol women through, f ut tho country. Twenty associations are represented. The triennial address ol presi dent Mny Wright Bewail, ol Indlnua, eon eluded the morning session. Mrs. Bewail, In tho course of her remarks aid the clubs organized by women In all the leading cities had thus far beea Isolated, but It was hoped that a convention would be cull, ed wlthlu a year to form a national federa tion of women's clubs. A reception was held It the Ebbltt house, at which tho ollleers and M-ofllelo vice presidents ol the council greet, ed the delegate and visitors attending the triennial. Ilellglon w...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 February 1895

TALKING O.N TJIK A 1 11 BCCOr.D FOR LONG DISTANCE CON VERSATION without a wine Ilotr Cnrlnltii tint nu Antntenr llnlloonl I Out of i I It n J!lln t p In llm Alr-II. Voice' Item In d Over four Mllm-Oa hv-'Vh Artcil lis IVc-lvrrs. TV.' ttv ' "!y i f li'tiijlsffilicrtnv ' Vlil'!i lncii'd voire lmvo lirrll convey liy I lio medium of plueiil water. Am Aillf"ii(l icl t!iilt1i) t(I Im of ImviiiK tittle 1 In -..:innry Vt".; on iiv.ry still !..;. V illi :i companion 1 mile distant nl tlin Iiit rnrt of n l:ilc", niul another pniiln cup tli't Ft'iry villi 0110 of ycll: wlii'h wero In :inl nml r turticil near n Water ( tent of firco miles. Tlioo t :i! ? me ruit outi'.diiK l y n well nntlunii ciitp'l story toM hy C:irlitt:i, onco the mir famous wnmnn balloonist In tlr.i world. In li'r s'm-y nlr, instead of wa ter, wni tlio i:n ilium, ninl tho distance of tho conversation was four mllca. It too It jilaon nbovo tho outskirts of fit. LottU mmio yonrs nno. "It wiw nn norntiantio exhibition," ivys C'...

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 March 1895

VOLUME 3. RE YNOLl S VI LLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 0, 18U5. NUMBER 42. A. D .MMk Co., fRNOLD BLOGK. New Invoice of LaGes! Point DeVcniso and Delrlande. See them. They arc just what you want. NOW FOR SHOES! We have them for the Lartien. New and Latent Style in heel and toe, fair ntitching and large Imitoim, in all widths from A to EE. See our Electra. It will please, you. Nothing on the market to equal quality and price. Veilings, something Entirely New ! Our Line of Gents' Ware is Complete. We can show you ware made by the Leading Manufacturers, and the stylca are of the Latent Patterns. No Eye Sores. Take a look at our- GOWN - OOU NTEER. Can puit you in price for lee? money than you can buy the material. HOSIERY All the new shades, from black to white. Ask to see our Just Right. A. D. Deemer & Co., Originators of Low Prices. ReplMe Harflware Co., DEALERS IN HARDWARE, STOVES and RANGES, TIN, - SHEET IRON - AND - COITEIUVARE, AMMUNITION, - HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, WOOD AND IRO...

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