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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

It! XT BF.TSF.T AXU HKR DEARS. Kemarknht Cntsklll Pump With a Famous Pair of Twins. Aunt Betsey Lewis, of Haines Falls, N. Y., is the foster-mother of re markable pair of twins. They are two mull black benra, with sharp teeth, wicked eyes and short, strong, ungain ly .legs, wliich terminate in bromt paws and business-like claws. They wore captured in the (Jatskill IMoutit- --- ' jf, 'iuii,.Hii,WI"'" lllBlflllf ffWilfPS AIM KIlTShV AMI oins a few weeks ago, nud Aunt Betsey, who is somewhat of a wag and will have her little joke with the city folk who stop at her roadhonse on the turn pike, declares that she went out bunt ing one day and brought them back in her apron. Xo one gainsays this, for sixty bears were captured this Inst year in (Ireeno County, in the C'atakilla, whereof the bounty has been duly paid and recorded by t lie authorities, and Aunt Betsey's prowess is known throughout the country Hide. Aunt Betsey is a typical mountaineer and a local celebrity, fresh -cheeked, vig...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

iSnh.Wi'ii'linii ft. (K) jicr V""'. mlrnnif. r. A. !rr.l,HHN'i, I'.rtimr nml I'll b. WEDN ESDAY. AlCl'Sl' :.", )si),-,. An hiOi'iirndi'iii 1ht1 pu per. iinlilMirit every ,VillH"ll IV :it lirVliotil-.MIIl', .li'llVr-oll lo. Vi., ilevrteil io tin- imiM'vtM if lii yiiiililsvlllc nml .l"li't'i-iiTi mill v. Nnn-piilltlrnl. will u nit nil with f:. I ';! .. null will lm rpi..hilly fl lcnil y t'uvjinl - tllf ln'toi-lier I'ln1. :il!-eripl ion pi ire -I."" p'f r:ir. In inlvimrtv ('fnntnii'.'-itl.iKM hiii'tiili'il for piilillriii ion mii-t hi- nci iitiipiinliMl liy Hie v rller mime, n.e f-" pni'i!-"ii Ion. Inn n ! rHMV!ititi'.' .f rnv r 1 1 li. Interfiling IH'in ..iII.'IIimI. A'l CI ! f-i'l T ItlM"- tllll'll' liIH'Wtl 'HI !ipp!i'll t Ion ill t nilliv In Arnnlil-' Work. K"m-j li i v -'iimih.ii r.-alii'in nii'l r!i:in ;i of n'lvrri...'mc'nl- slmiilil reurh Hilt ollli- liy Miimhiv mum. Aililri i:. i mi "Ml Inns tni'. A. Shpli- OII. Ili'Vllilll- III". I'll. Knti'H'il m Hi" piwiiiili'i- nt HrynoliK...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

Suhwrijitiim $1.00 )xr ;((), t'n (ttlntnrc. A. STl:l'lli:S, I'.illtnr nml I'ub. o WEDNESDAY, AUil sT. rvrtV'cltv' rnt?ic. Pnwttiintfi'r ff.'ilfiN nri-lvi, fitill lriLVi, Iti'Vll- olilsvtllr lis follows: AHiihdi'l ValUy Jihnni. KiimI wiii-tl. Westward. Train It. - - II. II n. m.iTriiln tt, - -JKMi.tn. Train I, - l.ii p. in.i'l'niln 1.43 p.m. Train ;i - - l..; i. in.iTralli HI, - -s.lsp. in. One Dollar A Year. From thl time forth Tin: Star 1i!h decided to adopt a new regulation gov erning the financial jnrt of its business. And tluit In to make the subscription price (no dollar a year to nil who will pay in advance. Those who want TllK Stak for that price can get it hy settling all arrearages and paying nn extra dollar In advance. Now subscribers will also receive the advance yearly dol lar rate. The price will remain the same ns heretofore, l.."0 a year, hut a discount of ."0 cents will he given those who pay in advance. TllK STAR would like all its old subscribers toavail them selve...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

Tin' Southern States produce about eight-tenths of the world's cotton crop. Huston tolls with pride of the Kan sas visitor who wanted to see "tlio now public library and the ocean." The Japanese consul in London says thnt tho foreign trade of Japan has incronsed nearly ton-fold iu the post ixteen years. It has been "King Corn" in tho northwest long enough tho farmers there think, ninl King Potato is assert ing his right to the throne. It is said that in Japan "earth quakes are so frequent that tlio only at tout ion pniil to tliem is to stop fdinving until tueshoeto is over." Tin! New Orleans I'ienynne writes thnt when the papers these duys do not contain mi account of a wile mur dor it is because n husband murder lias crowded it out. The University of Gottingeii is more mid more becoming the (termini I'.ldorado of feiniile students. Keu during the niiiimi ! semester tho num ber wiis twenty-six. Mr. Stead, tho notorious Knglish editor, wants to establish n baby ex change, where those...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

Weak and Weary Bibiiso nf a i1i'pit"il rfiirlillcin t ths Mood. Tha mrmvly Is to ho found In purlflHd, enriched ami vilnllr.nd Mood, wlilrh will bn tfvrn by Howls Karsaparllln, tha ajrwat Mood purlflor. It will tons tho stomach, crsatn an nprwtlto and (five rrnewsd strsnetli. lipmxnihcr Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the only truo Mood pnrlfW prominently In (hit puMlo ova today. l ; l for .'. IIaasIV Dill t-nrr hshlinnl ponstina nOOO 8 r HIS Hon. 1-nnrltArrnU. Icp Oram in Oklahoma. AVIion tlic ri'crnt storm over In Tlnti, dklii., tlir liouschnMi-ra, tlowlnv tlir remains, were irrontly stir prlxfil at. tltnllnu iiinn thr siipposivl altr nf i ln Knin-ry n larar ami solid muss f fMi'lli-nt Irr Ti'ntn In bulk, nx'ltluK rapidly away nmlrr the win hut Kllll (tooil hi limit. The rxpliuia Hon. nftrr nil, wim clmpli-. Tim light iiIiik Htrokc which i1i-tiii'iyii1 tlir roof l tin- litiililliiK. nml altntlei-ril prory linrrrl mill imitlr in Dip piiu'p, fusoil nnd molt pil n (lozon milk mux, rcU-aalna; ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 28 August 1895

CAKE OF TJIK FK10T. THE CRAMPED AND TOHTURED FOOT NO LONGER THE IDEAL. Ylt'WH nf n Cclrlirntnl Anfimilt The lm pnrtnncs of Wrerltllt Oik Right Khnl of flhoc ftnmi'Uiliia A limit Corn, nnil How to Trrut Them. Vnvr fVxv P'vMi tn fhn Inipnr- tmicpi'f k'viik fwtpmiHT nttoiitinn !n ofiliT In Fcvuro lifHtr lii'iilth im veil n.i n 'iii'i-.it comfort. It I nlmwt iiicnn-ivivrMi-tlnvt In our elvili.cil nntinn In (ho lncnl( in ut; tliiTO mi! Hti 11 .) ninny utlnrw iw m nuililo womt'ii wlui urn will ing to iiiuim mill cripplo tlu-ir fwt ami pullor tortures for tlm Kikiwif wen intf slims jii't 11 littln tmi Minill, nr which nrc, iih ( hey imiiKino fnlscly. Jin'ttyor unite fiisliioimlilc. We. m o (hn folly nf tho rritiiiiiiiiK inuci'ss iijion tli feet nf the Cliine"" women, I ut how imicli moro iiH'Xi i::'.illo it 1h for women nf this cn lightened country. In former time:! it Inis lieen tlm fiuli ion for fbiHH to bo miido villi lii-Ii Ileitis, niurow, liolnted toes nnil nil mntH of rxlriivupint K...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 September 1895

VOLUMK I. HEYN0LDSV1LLK, l'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMBKR 4, 181)5. NILMI5EK 17. JOB WORK! -THK- JoD Work Department -)K- l.IU' lOlill Irf ropMo with the Latent " " Stylos of Typon. SlT15SOITBI0 li'OIl Till' S'lVVU AND (ii:T A 1,1. TI1K Local, Gountu and State Mews ior Si.00 a Year. isi(, & co. AVo are now prepai'cxl to show m .Pine Xine of Ladies' Coats Thoy were bought lii'fore tlut raise and wo will givo our custoiiR'rs tlie alvaiitago of tho saino. Conio and we thorn, and do not forget this is tho placo to ' go.t your aTisrii: xxujsss goods. Our new Black Goods are beauties and the price is low. BING & OCX'S. K. & 810 AN :'55n To -r,V LIGHT, y COOL, 1i zy to Wear. N Is o pressure on iiiipsor Back. Ixouoderstreps. Never moves. - i...Mir'Acn;ito AT liit St., DUI:PALOv N. V,4 KJ wf wJ Iiceomnicndoil and Endorsed hy I Holiest Authorities. MYERS BROS., "The Silver Truss is light, clean and DrUQQlStS. St. Louis. LANCET, London. Enrj., 1891. American Drurj Gist and Pnar- IHa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 September 1895

NEWS FROM WASHfflEOT. THE INDIANS WERE VJCT1MS. Official Rsports Show There Was a Con piracy Against the Bannocks. The department ol Justice kM tecalved from the United States district uttarnay and marshal ot Wyoming the ofTlclnl report of their Investigation Into the llannock Indian trouhlss made by the direction ol the attorney general. The reports are dated August 23. The district-attorney for Wyoming report! at follOWS! "I have no doubt whatever that the killing of the Indian Tanegn on or about the 1:1th ot July was an atrocious, outrageous and cold blooded murder, and that it was a murder perpetrated on the rart ol the eonstable.Man nlng, and his deputies In pursuance of a scheme and conspiracy on their part to pre vent the Indians from exercising a right and fnvilege which Is, In my opinion, very clear y guaranteed to them by the treaty before mentioned. "fhould the prosecution on the part of the Vnlted Htales be determined upon, tt would be useless ,o commence it before a com...

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

BULGARIA. A CJtiAXCR AT ITS HISTORY, Cl'STOMS AND FKOPLK. Its Inhabitant of a Mixed Descrip tion Victim or Despotic Mas tcrt Their lloinn litre Some Odd Itubtts. " I'LOAMA, it principality of 1 the Danube, ha again com I J pclled the aenoni attention (T of the European Towers by a erio of ilrnmatio speclai'lus, begin Ding with the trngio death of Major Panitza and culminating in the very recent sucritlce of M. htaroboulofT, ex Frvmicr of tho Oovcrnmcnt, nt the hand of a mob. Bulgaria is a political division of European Turkey, which stretches along t lie riuht bank of the Danube from tho influx of tho Timok to its inotilh. On the c-t it in washed by tho Muck Sea and on the west it is contiguous to Suviii. It ia not in Bulgaria that the ISulgnr is most nu rnvroiihly omul. These people are twittered from the Danube to the Black Hen, thetiee to I'.ustern Albanin. Tho Turkish Kmpirn coiitaina 4,000,. 001); Htrvin, 100,0(10; the Bulgarian colony in Bessarabia numbers 70,000, 9001) aro lo...

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

rite 5tor Suhnfriptinn ft.oo )n r mi in itiliinnr, i . A. nvtii'Hi'.yrnty, noiior nni rm. YKi). l P A V .SKI 'TI-.M W-.'i I. I ll Iniii'i" il'lc'lll lil-lt 1 p:l ptT. pntill.hcil every Ycdiii""biv Mt KcvtinliNvilh'. .lc"cron ( it. Vii., ilt-Mii't -I ii) Hit1 Inn-tits of Ht- nohlsvllle nnd .ti-'lc:-- n count v. Noti-1'.nlll h-n I. w til I it-ill nil with fiiii-ncs. n nil will In- ipi-rliilly friend ly tow unit tin- laborlnt: class. IMll'-rript lull tl lrt-l.lw-r year. Ill imIviiiu i'. Cotniniliilcatluiis liiti nili ii for publication mils in ncoinpnnlcd v 1 lit" writer's name, n.tt fur ttiilillfiiilitii, lint n n tiunriintrc of Uii.til faith. Inli-rcHlllT news IH-ins solicited. A il vi-i-i l-inu rates mini" known on applica tion lit tli" ullli-i- In A i nitliU' lllock. I.i-iiulitv - -i ri i mi lt-:i 1 1 if iinil i-niimri- of fttlvi-ri i-t iiii'iits should reach this oilier l'jr Moinhiv ilium. Aililii'"- nil communications tot . A. Steph enson. Ueviioldsvllh-, I'll. Knti-n-it at tin- ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 September 1895

fr Star 8ubitrr!)liin (1.00 pi r ""'i '" 'rtnrr. '. ,. vn:illlAM), l:llior nnl 1'nb. vki)NmTiTXTT,tkm'h:u 4. 1 sic. (Tvavclcv' onlc. I'nowt'tiei'r triihn nrrlvn anil leuvo Rryn- OIllsVlllu II follows! Allujhrmi Vtillni Hnihrini. KnstwnYiI. ' Wesl v:inl. Train l, - - il .-It n. tn.lTriiln II,- -7.4iin.rn. Trntn I, - - Mm . in . I'm In 2, - 1.42 p. in. Tniln:t - - ..Vf p. m.lTriilii in, - -K.4p.tn. One Dollar A Year. From this timo forth Thk Stau hns decided to adopt n new ri gulat Ion gov erning the financial part of Its business. And tlint Is to make the suWriptlon price ono dollnr a year to nil who w ill , pny In advance. Those who want The Stau for thnt price can get It by settling nil arrearages and paying nn extra dollar In advance. Now suliM'iibors will also receive tho advance yearly dol lar rnto. Tho price will remain thn snmo ns heretofore, $1.. "ill n year, hut n discount of .0 cents will he given those who pay in advanee. Tim Star would Hko nil its old subscribers to avail...

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

It in said that Buffalo, N. Y is tha World's nfth maritimn city. With a population of 3,725,00f), Scotland has 0,500 university stu dent, nhilo with a population nhotit U times ns great England has ouly 0,000 university students. The Chicago Timcs-IIcrnld offers prize of $3,000 and a gold modal for tho best horseless carriage propelled by electricity or any other mechanicnl agency, to bo determined by public Competition, Franco 1ms boon ft pioneer" in navy Const motion. 8ho had the first steam line of buttle ships ; sha launched tho first steam ironclad J slit) was the first to substitute steel for iron, nnd to Attempt soft steel plating for tho hulls. lrout Britain goes to Franco for her large-it boilers for vessels. Germany is the classical land of Scientific forest culture, and just now forty English and Scotch forestry offi cials n re making a tour there to study the latest methods of forestry, but es pecially tho practical solution, now tinder way, of a problem Miat has Vexed t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 September 1895

DONT OVER-EXERCISK. The Dancer Which Confronts the Mot Ice of the Wheel. V.'hca Corbett, always nigncd fur beyond hi fellows, goes luto training, no exacting exerrlae Is tiudcrtuketi nt thn outset, so greatly do bis mentors fenr the evil eousecjueiH'os of over-ex;-ertlon. The young men of the Yale and Harvard erew, exonlse weiitly all win ter lu the gymnasium before under taking tiny never o work upon the water, mid ?ven then the solicitous "coach" permit, no man to reach tho limit of hta euilurance. Zimmerman, king of the bicycle, ax Iltiiiloti was em peror of ourstncu for go niiuiy years, trains In precisely the mime manner. When out of form lu eonsoiiueui'O of a long period if Inactivity, he resumes work with the tit moat cure, avoiding nil fatigue and over-exertion. Kvery few days his task In slightly Ini'reased and In the course of time he la ready for the starrer with every uiusele train ed to Hi utmost rapacity, and a re serve of strength up his sleeve, to ttso tho expressive...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 September 1895

IN THE RUIN3 OF POMPEII. KvMrnrf of tlm Cnmiininnc"i of Plnvrry Found nn All Mile. Evidi'liccH nt tilt' I'liimiiimueK.i of il:iv cry In tlio Hum (if rcinipi'il'Hdi'Mhiictiiill uro ulmiiilniit nil nil Kiilcn. Tlio n-li.iiin-tntu wero urt:'nif cluvm tni.tlic'l fur fluhtinji, mill Fdino of the wall fitIIi tiliiiun rv'ft r to (licir ouiiilitiiiu hh i no of slnvoir. Hero Is tlio triiiiNliifinn of nil mlvialiM-iiii'ut jMiiiitnl on it villi Hour tlio nnij-liltin-oti-r: "Twenty jmivn of KliiiliiituM, imiil liy rw'uui Lii'Teliim tt.lt inn Vi,litm.)iiiici In tlm tiino of Nero, tlio don of Cii'xiir AukusIiim, unci ten iiiii'H of kIikUuIcii'h, Jllllll liy lloi'lllllIH l.lHTOtitlH, lllO Fllll of D(VilllllX Vllll'UH, Will I'tillt lit 1'olHlH'll on tlio 1 Kli, i:ltli mill 14i!i of April. "Tlirif will 1)0 ariiivi liniilliiK hciiio linil tlio iiwniiiK" will lio spri'iiil. Writ ten liy Clev-KiiiiliiM ('lev, viler of in BeriplioiiK; wroln thin liy ht'iiUkM. " Tito ijlailiiit'irn' li:irrurlH were mnplo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

n ,2 VOLUME 4. KKYKOMWVILLK, 1'KNN'A., WEDNESDAY, SKl'TEMIMlt 11, UW5. Nl'MDEK II). JOB -THK Job Work Department OK The Sim Oliiee U replete with the Latest Stylew of Typen. Sli I5S( l?l HK ! ( AMI 1 K.T Local, Gonnty and Stato BING & CO. AVo are now j)Lie pii'(?(.l to show a liiio Jjine of Ladies' Coats and Capes! They were bought before, the rnise nu we will give our ctistoinorn the advantage of the same. Come and see them, and do not forget this is the place to get your insm xmiiiss goods! Our new Mack Goods are, beauties and the price, is low. BING A OCX'S. TRUSSES! , - Vic: it, COCL. I tey to V t: Y .'..ptr.rlfo ' . . .x Ko undeistr .n.Ut. I Never mov l-.tey to Wear, if ensure on tack. nstrp. r move. One ;.t,vrj.cnriLa At . .cia St., BUFFALO, N. Y.t Kcroimnciiiled and Endorsed by Highest Authorities. MYERS BROS., DrUQQlStS. put on or St. Loul. recognized ports from LflNGET, London, Eno.. 1891. American Dmq Qlst and Pnar maceutlGal , Record. New York. druggists, inent of com...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

HEWS FROM THE CAPITAL. TESTING ARMOR PLATE. .. .. Mot Importnnt Tut Ever Made of Re alating Power of Battleships. - - As the result of (he ballistic test tbnt took tlace At Indlnn Head on the 4th, C23 tons of henry armor plate, vnluotl at about H00, OOOpasses from the possession of the Carnegie company, of Pittsburg, nnd wits accepted by the government as the aldo nrmor of the bat tleship lows. The plate thnt to successfully passed this Inrue group of armor was manu factured under the new double forced pro test, which Is owned by thnt company, nnd is the llrsl plate of that klud to be 11 red nt in nn acceptance test The resistance of tho plate was a eurhrise to every one present. and was pronounced by C aptain Hnmpjon to be the best heavy armor plnte ever tested at Indlnn Head. The shots were fired at 2,0 yards, at right angles to the plate, to secure the normal Im pact. The first was a 600-pound Carpenter projectile from 10-Inch gun, driven by 14') i ouuils of Pupont's Drown prisma...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

THE JAPANESE HOST EN I'KHTAIXIKXIOK (HUSH !)E. VKLOPKI) IN IO A I- INK AIM'. The C.rncrs nml t-'ormalltir of n Ceremonious Dinner (;lrl Who licgullr the Time The O.I.I Menu. TV CEREMONIOUS Japanese dinner is ft tiresome ex V I'erienco for an American, (i partisnlnrly if he bo in the labit of doing things in i hurry and is given to stiff joints nml cmbon point, writes W. E. Curtis iu the Chi cago llccord. But the novelty is worth the test of endurance, and if it happens to bo in the homo of a rich man, where ono ciin enjoy to the lull measure the hospitality ' that is re garded an one of the tine arts as well as one of the cardinal virtues, with all the graces and formalities of oriental etiquette, it will never be forgotten. Buddhism has left its impression upon the diet as well as the manners of tho Japanese. The strict tenets of the church forbid the taking of life, and, therefore, animal fool was prac tically abandoned in Japan more than 1000 year ego. Nine-teuths of the .people ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

r Hte Star iSh'.u'Wii'iii i' icic, it tiili'tnm. r. ST1TIIII), ?'.i!lor mill ii. v77 7s ::i i mkkkii.i An llrlrp nilftlt 'oral p'lp"l pltfilKlieil every (.,!:,. .' iv ! ' l!"ViwI.I- ill.', .li irrv-nn i'n. V't.. ftevnt'il to thi Inli'tr' of l,Vyiinl'lvHe mid .7 " i' on rMimt y. Vin-pnlit tci'l. wllll real nil wh h fa inn"-. 11 Tif I will htM'spiM'liilly friend -ly towuril the Inliotititf ela. Siih-MTlptltMi prit'el."'Mer venr.ln iidvanci'. 'viiiniii i iitnx Inietiiliil fur piiiilli'iitinn mil'! 'le ai''ol!ipnllled liy llie Writer'', name. not fo pui'll.'al Inn. but a ll ifiiarantee of poivtfatPt. liilere-tlnir new Item soli. 'Ited. it iti wlnir rate" miuli- known mi nppMea tlmi I ho c.lMoo In AmiiliU' lllin'k. 1j'iii:liiy cotii ii 1 11 ii ri'ji 1 1t imh null eliiinire of n'lvi'rtNo'n cms should rciu'h thin ntllee hy Slondnv noon. . Ail.lri"" nil .otntniinl''il1loim to C, A. rMopli onon. lievnollvllie. Pa. F.nien cl in Hi'1 po-io'fl 'i' nl l!eynnld.vllle, Trv.. a nd il:i- mail matter...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

South America has tho grentost un broken extent of level surface of any country in tlio world. Tin rj nro 40,000 blind persons in i'rni.oe, nenrly lml f of them from vhnt in now known to be prevontiblc. Great indignation in expressed in Paris beoauso for two jrcntj mining problems tlint ciinuot bo solved have been ni t for tho examination of tho Ecolo Poly technique through the blundering of tlio examiners. A writer in tlio St. James Gazette attributes the "anxious look mid un wholcsoino jinllor," tlio nervous ex liniiHtioti nml headache, often observed among bicyclists, to tho incessant, though unconscious, strain upon the brain nnd nervous system duo to tho Constant effort necessary to maintain equilibrium. Americans who go to Itnly to bo ediientcd in music lmve a grent advan tage if they master tho Italian lnn gungo nnd study its melodic Other wise they have none, maintains tho New York World. The whole secret of tho musical nnturo of the Itnlinn people lies in the musical nnturo...

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