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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 June 1895

niPMPil tin Onion. One of the lit'ttltlilpst vegi'lnlilr-g tt tho onion; yet, strniige to miy, very frnr pooplp nno It 11 llliernlly ns they nlioitld. U'iIKmI onions used frpiif ntly In a fnmlly of children will wnnl of ninny of the (IIsphni'S to which tlio llttlu ones are HtiliJ'H't. The principle objection to the prntnls. etious use of thl v win Me I tlint tin odor exhaled nfter eating la no offen sive. A nip of strong roffop taken Inline dlntoly after eittlng I claimed to bo ex cellent In coimteriii'tliiK till effect. Although for n day or ho nfter entlng onion the breath may liavp a tllxngroe nblo odor, yet nfter till iltno it will bo tmicli sweeter tlian before. Tor croup onion poultice nro used with success, providing the clillil Is kept out of draughts and a Hidden chill voided. Tho poultice ore mnde by warming the onion In gome oil until oft, then putting them on the child's feet end chest ns hot a they can lis borne. Except In very obstinate cases, when taken in time, the c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 June 1895

THE MOHEUX SAFE. AN UP TO DATE FIREPROOF ANO BURGLAR PROOF DE.P03ITOnv. ftkinrut Worhnmn.Mp Il-il rvy -1 In In Mannflictura I.orli Willi Wlmpl Mi rh. anNm Tlint Arp t:ttroiMely llnrrt to Ovt If Yon Innt Innw 11. iw. Tim Intrst bnrpliir ro"' ',1,rt vault nic liiiiHiiiliocut iticoiiiRU t fkillful vorkiimni-li!). Although the doom often wIkIi tons, tliry swing m easily on their liiiiK1'' iisn wiwlow lmt tor. After tlie llmt irront Ann in throwu back mid dlsplnvn its plHti-ring array of bright bx'ks. Its 1:1:1? incased rlix-ks and it uniootli Ktcel bolt tliem is nn otber door almost as strong, with bolts nnd locks of it own. When this is vycn it reveals thrco other door.. Tho uiipt v two are of thin Mivl mid havo no Iih ks. Only paiier and books ure to bo kept in the littlo pocket or )iKeonholes which they inclose. Under them nnd shutting in the cash drawer there is the third door with it own lock and bolts. lrl this safo tho size of the cash repository bear nliont tho same relation to ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 July 1895

mm VOLUME 4. KEYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1895. NUMBER 9. StiUlronti Mm CnHce. JEX NSYLV A XI A UAI I.RO A n. IN EFFECT MAY 1(1, WVt. rnllndclphln Erlp Mntlmnd Division Time Table. Tt ill Mr leave Driftwood. EASTWARD 9:04 n m Tniln S, dully except Sunday fur Nimhurv, llnrrlNlniru nnd Intpi-mcdlnte ntn tlmin, arriving tit Philadelphia :U p. ni., New York, p. tn. ! Uiilllnmre.Sil.l p.m.; WimtiliiiMon, :.'in p. ni riillmiiii I'nrlor enr from Wlllliiinsport itwl pimspnjrpr pohcIip from Kntip to I'hlliidplpliln. B::! p. m. Train , dully except Pundiiy for llnrrlnhurr and Intprmedlntc nttilionn, nr rlvltmnt I'hllndclplilB 4:: A. M.i New York, 7:t A. . I'nllninn HI-opln(r nun from llnrrtnhiirc to I'hlliidelphls and Now York, rhllndplpliln pnnii'iiKcm run rptntiln In Mppppr undMiirlipd nntll:eOA. M. 9:m p. m. Train dully for Siinhnry, llsrrln burg nnd Internipdlntp stations, nrrlvlng t riillitdelphln. ll:.V A. M.! New York, H::il A.M. on week dnyn nnd UM A M. on Hiiii lay; lln...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 July 1895

PREE COINAGE DEFEATED. CLEVELAND WON. Victory Tot the Administration on Silver in th Kentucky Convention, The Tiemoerntle -state convention of Ken tucky hns certainly Indorsed the iilmtnt.tm- ll, ...antnt tr-O.tttuB 1 fe I ,t Ill t I iC C- land "and bl distinguished co-ndvlor and ! secretary, John 0.. Carlisle." No otiiing was ever productive cf more effective results than that of Secretary larllrlo to Kentucky and the Moment eonvMiUm. The sllverlte. in cluding Senator Blackburn, attribute their defeat to the recent speeches of Carlisle Mil the circulation that rres iriven them. The free coinage men do not deny that they ex pected to control the convention and all it committee, platform and Domination. I fcey fouKht namely to a dnlsh and acknowledged their defeat, although they make chaw about the way it wbj don, especially on the part of Auditor of Statu Noruinu and other t Frankfort The free llver men wero beaten in the dis trict meetings that selected members of the mrlou committ...

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

A NATION'S CHARTER STORY OFTIIK DF.f'f-AnATIOS OF INDKPKXDKNCE. A Olortous noeument That Itn Iteen fieglccted-Ils Words Satrl to Have Karlert Almost Be-j-onrt Recognition. THE original Declaration of In dependence, of which Ban croft, the historian, said that (, it hint "receive,! n renown more extended than that of any other State paper 111 existonee," hiw faded away beyond the Iijii1ility of res toration. The names of the signer to this great charter of American lib erties are no longer legible. After 118 years of careless guardianship, in various custody rttinug tho greater portion of which period it was thoughtlessly exposed to the destroy ing iullunnces of light, air and heed less handling now when the irrepar able havoo is done aud the precious FAC SIMILES OF THE archive has become bardiy more than blank and wrinkled sheet of paper, olioitude for its preservation has be gan to be felt, and at last it is cared for as it should have been cared for years ago. It was my privilege ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 July 1895

ffitt Star. Subucriptiim $1.60 per v'tr, in mlvunre. V, A, ftTHPIIKftftOtt, Keillor mid I'nb. WEDNESDAY, JULY .1. IWtt. AnlniloM'"'fnt livnl print. piililNlii'ilpviry Wediiriulity lit UtiyiniliUvlllti. .li'triTHiin Co. Pa., ili-vnti'il tot tin IntiTMtHof Ki'.viiiiIiIivIIIm aml.lflTi'rwHii'Diintv. Noti-iHlli 1,-nl, wllliri'nt nil with fnli iH'-w. unit will In- t'Hiinrliilly frlcml ly tnwunl llio Inlmrhiif I'liim. Riilmrrltliin prli'il.Wtpi'rjrenr.Iti nilvnni-. 1omrmiiili'ntliiim lnli'iiili'il fir piihllrntlmi mint lie mvumimiilril liyllin wrlivrV imnu1, not for nulilli'iitlon, lint n n giinrnntw of Rnnrl fnltn. Intttnmln m'wn II, nn millrlli'il. AilvwrtMiiit nil in innili' known on uppllrn tlon at III" oltli'p In ArnolilV Murk. Lpnirhty ronininiili'iilloii nnil rlinnK of BrtviTllwmcnlii nhmilil runrh till nltlre by Monitny noon. Alilrt' nil rommmili'alloiin to V. A. Stnun non, Ki-ynulilivllli', I'n. Kiilrrvil nl tilt piwtiittlrn at lli-ynoldnvllln, Pa., an Mvonri rlas mnll nmttnr. 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. — 3 July 1895

mt Star Subscription tl.fiO Jr year, in ntlrnnre. V. A. aTKPHKNMIN. Kdllor nnd Pub. WEDNESDAY. JULY 3. IWKi. rrtwrlrr' . ""plIQJTTrnlrmnrr oldnvlllB ii follows: Allrnhrnil Vultry ltnihnni. Eastward. , VVtwirl. Trains, - - M4 a. m.Triiln , - -J.4a. m. Trnln I, - ''' ! Trnln 2. 1.42 i. ni. Trnin S.V ! m.lTrnln lo, - - Ms p. m. mtTwiit.puviM.ii niKT-nrrirn. Mnlli nrrlve nml li-nvn the jxnn-ofllro n follows: Arrive. Ilepart. rROMTHIWKKT. fOH THK AT. 1.16 p. m. - - T.nn p. m. 112.30 p. m - .sp. m. raoMTHBitAST. rem Tint wukt. S.00 . m. - - J.rtl P. m.lM.1 a. m. - - MB p. m. Arrive fmm Knthmel and I'resrottvllln ll .ni i. ni. AitIvm from Pnlr Tm-lijr. Ttmnlnys nnd Hnturilnyn ill 1 .a p. m. .... Departs fur l'rrwotlvllle, ltatliim'l, I'nnlc l.w p. m. Office hnnin 7.0I a. m. toK.nnp. m. Money onler office open from T.rtln. ni. In p. ni. Register ollli'e open f mm 7.10 n. m. to s .no p.m. Leal llollitay from 7.00 to.00 a. m. nnd from I2.00to;i.oi.ni. K. T. MctlAW, 1". M. ft Little ol Everyth...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 July 1895

Hcventy-flvo per cent of tho on liattnouts in our regular army lust yenr wero of Aliierieiiiis. . i.v ICior Hnrdic, tlio Iti itinh labor ng tutor, believes tlmt tlio diijr of trnilo unions, are pnst ntiil Unit nn iiulunt r in.1 commonwealth w ill shortly lio evolved, Tho onl.v two civilized countries in tlio world in which n white man is not permitted tii acquire civil rights or to owu property nre Libe.it n:ul Iliiyli. ' It is iid tlmt not until tliu Into Robert lioiiin Htcvciiioii, wlio in his" youth wrote n beautiful, clear htiud, bnd tlio. .writer's cramp nnd wrote so badly ns to pmusle. his friends, dil tlio printers- begin to -send him "clcnu proofs. " From the top of tlio Cathedral spire in Mexico, you cun see the entire city, aud tlio most striking feature of tlio .view is tho nbsetioo of chimneys. There is not n chiinuey in nil Mexico ; not n grate, nor n Move, nor n fur tincc. All tho cooking is tloiio with charcoal in Dutch ovens. Frnnce pays 8."i,2i)i),oi)i n yesr in msi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 July 1895

Twain's ttltrmnm. , Mark Twain once xprrmtil n ilpslr to annul t lie niiiinnl dinner of th. (5 rill roil ( lul of t'lirri'simtiih'iits lu Washington; but tvlit-n nil Invllntlon Was sent him, li In rc-grots wore rerelvrd by rWtirn iniill. Meeting n member n( the flub Inter, lie cmiiilatin(l tlmt he linil been m-glertiMl. When Informed tlmt an Invitation had Ihm-ii ii t hint nnt hi regrets rerelveil, Mr. Clemens srrnt. IhmI liln hi'tnl. ns though In er plexlty for n moment, ntnl then said: "Those were Nane's regrets." "Who In Isaac?" "He's my keeper. He's the man my wife hlreil to prevent me hav Inn nny more ftm." Mark then ex plained that Isaac opened nil Ills let tern nml Invitations, wrote answers, whirl) In the case of Invitations always consisted of regrets, nml then burneil them. Whet) asked what I Isaac's other nnnie, the humorist replied, sad ly: "I don't know. My wife hired hint, Rtid ahe told me whnt hi nnnie In, but I have forgotten. 1 enll him Isaac, as ho U doomed to the ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 July 1895

AN ENGLISH CASUAL. WHERE TRAMPS GET FOOD AND LODGING FOR WORK. nalh f"lynl siiri Companion Wlntt X'p Stndjr of Tramp Life In Knglaiiit by ! TUIt to "Spike" Mtx-tlus With I Qmit Frlrmt of Murk Twntm ! Jlnh Flytit, vNi hnr- plrrn Morrrt ;lng tudi on trnnip life in Uwnmny wid in thin country, linn cxtomlwl hix AnvcstiRntioni to England. IIo write a jpappr entitled, "Two Tramp In Kiik jland" in Century. Ha and his com panion, Uermnu htuiltut, complotod a tonr throtiRh the, province w ith nn fix .pericnee in a "ciutnul" nt Nutting Hill, London. Mr. Fly nt write: We appeared nt the door of the wuril sbont half pant 7 in tho evening. A lit tle window wax rained, nml I stepped forward to tnte my lmsiijeSN. Uncoil aciouHly I lenned iiKainut uo will of the window, which offended tho innpeotor in charge considerably. "What's your lmmef" ho thundered. Still leaning on tho Mill, I garo him my bame honed tly vuougli. He then remark ed to tome pornou inside that we wore not aonuHtomed to Much pliu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

14 VOLUME 4. JiEYNOLDSVILLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 185. NUMBER 10. Ilnllronb frlmt T rtllc. JKX NSY LV A NI A U A I LKO A D. IN KFFKCT MAY 10, 1!)."). ' Vhlliidclplila A Erie KallrondlMvlidon Time Table. Train leave liriftwood. EAfTWAKI) :04 ft ni-Triiln . dally except Sunrtny for Siinlitirv, HiirrMnirir nnd Intermediate Mil lions, nVrlvlnit nt I'hlliidcliihla p. m New Yorl(,(i:'.!:i p. m.t Hitltlmore.flM p. m.i Wiodilimton, p. m I'lillmiin I'nrlor nir from Wllllunisport unci passenger couches from Kline li I'hlliidolplifn. H::m p. ni.-Trnln . dully except Siindny for llnrrlsbiirij nnd Intermediate Mntlon. nr rlvlimat IMilliidelphla4::iA.ii.New York, 7::o a. . I'ullmnn deeping car from llnrrlsliiirK to Philadelphia hih! ew ork. Philadelphia pnmenger eun remain In sleeper undMiirhcd iinlll ":( A. M. D:;i1 p. m. Train 4. lHy for Simliury, Harris bunt and Intermedium station, arriving at I'lilliiilelplilii, fl:.V! A. M.i New York, :XI A. M. on work day and in.: A N. on Sun day!...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

AN ENORMOUS GATHERING. A MIGHTY HOST. International Convention of the Society of Christian Endeavor. The very greatest of annual gatherings nowaday! I the convention of the United Society of Christian Kndeavor. li is now In session at Boston, and no grent wns the num ber of delegates and vieltorsexpcctcd that the local committee arranged to take caro of C.I.OUO persons without contusion or discom fort. The growth of the Chrlntlan Endeavor movement lias been something stupendous. Tbe first society was formed by Its present president, ltov. 1'rnncls E. Clark, at Portland, Mo.,lnlHSl, In 14 years tho society hns grown until the membership now numbers over two and a quarter millions. Beside those enrolled in the Christian Endeavor so cieties, the movement has stimulated the organization of other and similar leagues In churches which deemed It wise to make their young people's society strictly denomination I. The Christian Kndeavor Society, is un denominational. F.aeh society, however, I...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

FERTILE FORMOSA, QUEKR ISIiAXH JI ST ACQUIRED 11Y JAPAN. Oxen t'srtl In Place of Horses 'Sknll Chambers" In tho Homes IlaMts of the People-rhlef Source of Camphor Supply. NAVAL officers and diplomat nre especially interested in the effort which Japan is it ranking to get possession of the Island of Formosa ns a part of tho result of her victory over Cliiua. Thoy consider it a very shrewd move and as ahowintr how fnr seeing the statesmen and diplomats of that Nation of "East ern Yankees" are. Formosa is the most southerly of a long rnngo of isl ands stretching southward from Japan parallel with the coast of China. Gradually and very quietly Japan has K.VTIVE FORMOH.VX. for years been extending her influence and ownership along this range of isl ands, which command the seacoait of bor ancient onumy, China, and now she proposes to seize as a prize of war the most important of them all, For mosa. Controlling most of the north ern part of this range of islands al ready, it will be easy f...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

STftc Star. Subnviijtion tl.HO jxt tinr, in tuiivnivr. CP. A. MTKFIIKMftO. Killlnr and l"nb. WKONK-SDAY, JULY IT. imfcV An Indcprndpnt 1orn1 nnpor. pnt)lllni1 ,vf ry WednMlny Rt Ki'.viililvlll, .liHVrnti Co. Ph., tlm-mr-il trt thi Inti'tv!?, of lttnoMvllli tnd JiIT'rnroiiniy. Non-polittriti. will trvnt nil with ffilrnt", nml will lri"MrliiUy frlt'tiil ly tnwnnN thi Ittlmtintc rliew. gtilwrlptloti prlrefl.Wttwr yenr. In mlvnncp. CJomrminlrntlim Intt'tiitvil for pittilli-ntton imtt. In nccompnnli'il by tit wrttr' iiitrm, not for publication, hut. n n Kitnrnntt, of good fill In. IntiwitlnK now Itrttn ioII.IIimI. Advrrf ilnir rnlt i iniul known on iippllrti tlon tit thp nnVt1 tn Arnold' Hlin-k. Lenirlity coinmnnlriitloin nnd rliimtft' of RdvrrttMtmtntti should rt'tifh this office hy Monthly noon. Adilri- nil .ommiiiili,ntloii In'. A. Plt-ph enon, !tynnlilvlll, Vn. Kntirtl" nt tlio h.tofnVi nt Krynolilnvlllt. Ph., ntioond clti nmll mnttr. Some people upend time enough cry ing over opillt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

H Stay. Sutnrri))linn $l.fiO )wr yrnr, in atlrnnre. V, A. HTKMIUNSON, Kdllor and Vnh. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. 18WV fl Little ot Everytiilng. Special election August 24th. Iabor Day I Urn next legal holiday. Robinson' shoo Bit! In It for stylo and quality. Tho Sunn of Veteran Initiated four new memlxM- Monday night. Lawyer O. M. McDonald ha had a tek'iihono plueeil In hi olllee. Tho outcome of a courtship nowaday Is largely a question of Income. A mmher of miner aro going to othor pinoe to nook employment. Stop and look In tho window nt C. F. Hoffman's and nee tho blouse sots. Rev. 1. r. Womor filled tho pulpit In tho M. E. church Sunday morning. If you want ltrussells -ai-ct go to tho Roynohlsvllle Hardware IV. More. A merry-go-round will Ixi put tip at tho corner of Main and Fifth streets. Tho town was full of seluxil teacher and woiild-bo-tonohors last Thursday. More and hotter shoo for your dollar at RohliiHon's than you got elsewhere. Thcro was no preaehlng services In tho Presbyter...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

It ill figured out thnt tho pooplo of England spend 3700,000 n mov Maine unanimously suggests "I'ir gcon ami sardines as suitablo Articles of diet, now that boot's so high. Tho American catfish linn been planted iu tho streams of Belgium nml flourishes tlmro, to tho delight of tho fishermen. It in regarded ns n supo rior food lish. Her. Dr. Armory II. Bradford, tho well known clergyman and writer, nys his cxporionoo ns n preacher in vnrious colleges lends him to lielicvo that thero is more skepticism among college women than nmoiig college men, Buyers nnd distributors says thnt ft largo proportion of tho public of this Continent lmvooiily recently begun to he consumers of ennned salmon, n result sscribod by tho Now York Hun, to tlio recent innovation of packing perfect steaks of tho fish in oval cnu. This country is n nation of workers, exclaims tho New York Mail and Ex press. Over forty-eight per cent of sll Americans over ten yours old nro employe!. The total is 22,7:).",(nl. This...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

Is Your Blood Puro If not, It l Importnnt Hint you mnVo It p iro nt once with the great uloo.1 puriQor, Hood's Sarsaparilla Beenio with Impure Monti yon nro In con stant iliitnror ot serious illness. Hood's pniar,r. ara Cnnmil Deity's Kanaka Wife. The toloRrnph drought tlio now ft few tlnj-a ngo thnt ,T. I.nmb I ty, Amer ican Consul to the Society Islnm!, liml married a native, n half enste, nml liml et up hotmekeeplnn. It sconis thnt the girl bear the nnme Inev Ttnnero Hauil, ond she Is anhi to have brought a nent dowry to her linslinnil. . She Is only 10, and Doty first met her a few months no on the bench of n neighbor ing Island, where uhe was trying to bring to Rhore her capsized canoe. Young Ioty Induced her to elope to another Island, where he married her according to the simple native formuln, which merely requires that the con tracting parties eat together nnd make a number of pledges. No wedding ring Is required, no cHke, no clergyman's fees, nnd no license. When Inty re t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 July 1895

NO NEED TO STUTTER. THERE 13 A 8WIFT AND EASY CU iE, WITH LASTING RESULTS. A Leaittnc Rprelallut aj tli KitlTi-rrr Can Car lUmnrlf The Way In to Tnke K Long Mreath Before Each Yuwul, the Month Wlile unit Npeak. flfnmmorlncr n'i't ....... I. . twrmimciitly cnrrol in New York by a tiuiplo iiK'tlmiL Tlicoo nfllictiotm differ cot liKiitly. In olio enso there ia inabil ity to pronounce ccrtitin words ; in tlio othrr, certain lonmix. Noll her, twroril lug to a Nuw York iirofinitor, who is a p-nuuitre of n Germim cnlli'K for t ho Vocal organ, in a ilisciuxt, but Ixitli are habiti Unit will dimippeur nntlcr proper treat incut. The inability to tiOk plninlv or to nr ticnluto except with fjrr-tit plTort, when duo to organic tronlile or inalforination, doe not come under the head of slam merliiK nnd Is not within the ncoie of the stuttering spn;ialist. "Tiie whole thinir is very simple," tnid the professor, "so simple that yon will smile when I tell yun that the sole and only cause of stutteri...

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 July 1895

VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1895. NUMBER 11. StnUroab (Mm ff'rtbln. JJKNNSYLVANIA HAILHOAD. IN Kl'FKCT MAY 111, W. I'lilliKli'liililii & Krlp Knllnuiri Division Tlmo Table. Trains leave lnlfiwiMxI. KAfTWAKI) 0:04 n ni Train s, iliilly exempt Hiinilny for Hiinliiirv. llni rWlnny nwl Intermedial,' hii tliiim. n'rrivliiK ill I'lillnili lplilii nr?. ). ni., Si' York. : W p. m. I Hnltltnnrv. it: l.v p.m.; Vielilnirton, 7::m p. m I'ltlliiimi I'urlor riir from Hllion-pott nml piiM'iinpr roaches from Kline to I'lilhulelpliht. :: p. ni. Train it, dully except Similiiy for HiorNhurif imd Inlermeilltiie station, iir Hvlniiiil I'lillmMplilii 4::i A. m.i New York, :: a. M. Ptillntiui Mlecplnir vnm from lliirrlshunf In riilliuU'lplilii nnd New York. 1'hiliKlplpliln piiwtnrer run rpnmlii In lrrHr unrtWtnrlH'd tinttl ?: A. M. 9-M p. m. Trnln 4. iliilly for Hiinliiii y, llnrrls Iiiiiii mid Inicrnicillute Millions, nrrlvtiiK nt I'lilliHiclplilii, :.Vi A. M.i New York, fl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 July 1895

COLLISION IN THE NIGHT. DROWNED IN BED. Oreat Disaster to an Italian Steamer in the Gulf of Genoa. The Itallnn steamers Ortlgla rind Matla T. collided oil IsU Pel Pinto, at the entrance of the Oulf ol Genoa Sunday. The latter iiink and 1 IS people were drowned. The Mnrln V. wan bound from Saple to I. Data. There was a erew ol 17, and the pass enger numbered 173. She called at (lenon en route to her destination. Hhe was enter ing the (iult ot (lenoa at 1:30 o'clock Sunday morning, when the met the Ortltla, outbound. Tbey noticed each other only when collisi on cm Inevitable. The bow ol the Ortlvin crashed Into the starboard aide ot the Mnna r.. penetrating (1.x yards and rip,j iDj up the Maria 1'. like match wood. The water rush ed In through the bole and the Maria P. sank In three mluutf. Hie majority ot the pass engers were asleep at the time ol the accident, and bad no time to escape niter the alarm was given. They were engulfed with the vessel. The Ortlgla remained on the spot un...

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