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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

I Csro In Ituying Shorn. " Orrnt raro should be tnkcn In buy Ing shoes," said a well-known dealer to It Roi-hester Post-Ks press reporter, Tspeclnlly In tills so In the .elienpet (trades. There Is a large factory In Maine whh-h turns out a rnniprpssoi! paste that Is extensively used In tin manufacture of shoes. Lnrge quanti ties of them arc shipped to other conn tries, but some are sold even In thll city. Leather Is high and It Is not ts be expected that the feet can lie cloth ed at slight expense. I-'or this reason, the compressed paste shoe has pUned In favor. People, when buying It, think they are getting the leather shoe, whereas It Is simply a bogus. Thll class of shoe wears very well If kepi dry, but after a good soaking, or twice wearing In the rain. It will tear nnd 1 of little use thereafter. It Is nlwnyi better to pay a little more and get a good article upon which you can depend for service." Wants People to Kat More none, One of the New York food reformers Who would impr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

AN INNOCENT PA 1 1 SOX. HI8 ATTEMPT TO DESCHIBE A HAM j FIGHT IN RING VE KNACULAH. Tim llrlilo Ventnrrit AnmtiKlInn Whlrh C'miulit On Th I'rrnriir l.liln't Fully flurried III Apprnrlng 1TimililAtlf:tf1, The 1,11 Hr imm'a Hint Turtle. , A i'roiirhir toM tH ,im-y nf n wvl diiiR minu-r on tho Smith Ulilo llm other "I van riilltiH ulutin ii country rnnd Hour Hliiortiiiiiitim," lin fuM, "whnn I lioticml n Knmp nf shivp in it (instnm. Tlmro wiw a lnrpn mien Hpaiie in the 'liiidet of (lift flock, uml tit cither did nf tho Kjinro stood n rnui. In tho inciter, lut standing n Jilt In lit ono Hide, wan n tliiul rum. The I wo raipH hud evidently luid n falling out iibimt miinclliinjr, or el they hud como to wtfln in n friend ly contoht v hleli was tho twltcr ram. Hum No. It Kmnrd to lio nrtiiitfiin iudifo, nin;iiri' what do you call il? Referee? Yen, tliat'H ft, tho till id rum Win tho refcron. I dc::t't know wider what rnlcs tho nieetln tonic )daeo. It tuny huvo been (,'iii-eiiNlien y or Himel...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 September 1895

AN INNOCENT PA it SON. HI3 ATTEMPT TO DESCRIBE A MAM j FIGHT IN RINQ VERNACULAR Ths llriil Ventured m Hn(r'lhin Whlrh ' t'nuatit On The 1'rrnrhnr lililn't Fiillf Succeed In Appearing Vnniiplilntlcnti-il. The Little tlnm'a Hint Tnrtlra, A I'tPnc'irr t"M M-t nfy pr n yo, (litiR utipiHT ou tlio Hmith Biitn tho other tvi-niiiK'- "Iwns rhlinp; along a pomilry nmd lirnr nioonifiiRtnii," tin !lrt, "wlimi I Untircil A group (if gliirp in u past urc Thorn vena a lnrpn (lpoti opnw in tlio inltM (if tlra fluok, and nt either r.nd (if tho Hpiico stood n rum. In tlio uniitor, tut HtaiiilltiK n littlo nt ono mile, w.-is a third rum. Tho two rams Imil evidently Imd a fulling out about nonifitliing, or cIpo tlioy lind como to sottlo in a friend ly pntitvNt which wns tho Ix'ttcr rum. Kum No. n forniod to ho nHinir us j-jflfjn, timpiro what do you call if? Rcforrp? Yes, that's it, tho third rum Wan tlio rrforoe. I rtwi't know under wlint rules tlio nieetinn took plaeo. It rimy hiivo leen (JueeUKlieri...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 September 1895

IIP VOLUME 4. HEYNOLDSVILLK, PKNN'A., AVE 1 WES DAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1895. NUMIiEK W. JOB WORK! -thk- Job Work Department OK The Star Oilico If replete with the Latent,, Stylet of Type. SXJBSCRTDIi TPOTl TTTtt STAT? AND II KT Local, Goiiatu and State BING Wo are now prepared to show a line Lam of Ladies' Coats and Capes! They were bought before the cuclomt'itt the advantage of the .same. Coine and nee tlieni, and do not forget tli in is the place to get your IINli: DlUilSS GOODS! Our new Black Goodt are beaut Jen and the price in low. BING 3.VER COOL, I' a 87 to Wear. .Vopreuureon Hiptor Back. ixo undarttrapi. Never movet. sr:u;:ruitKD AT St., HUFPALO, N. Yu HP DT Tf ccommoRilcd and Endorsed hy Ililiest Authorities. MYERS BROS., "The Druuolsts. St. Louis. .flNGET, London, Eng., 1891. i American DrilQ "Tlie nlct anrt Phar can ouver iruss, ana subsequent sale UlSb (MU nidi 0f them with gratifying success by the DiaGeiltlCal druggists, have demonstrated the fulfill Record. New York. The ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 September 1895

1 LOUISVILLE ENCAMPMENT. THE GRAND PARADE. Election of Omcere-Net Encampment to be at St. Paul. Wednesday. The metropolis of Kentucky n ultima with patriotic enthusiasm thii morning. Through her wide streets and over her boule vards marched a her guest 30.000 of those who came once to conquer. Their pathway was banked by over a tnitdof a million peo ple, wbo gave the boys In blue a reception that will never be forgotten. , Men of southern birth and sentiment vied witu;thelr brethren from the north In tbelr de monstrations of greeting, and white-bntred women, who thirty year ago this week, heard of the approach of the blue coats with tear apprehension, petted and pelted them to-day with flowers. It wa a gigantic and elncere tribute to the sentiment tbnt M bead of the procession and which was worn to-day on bad Ret Innumerable, "One ling, one coun try." Owing to the railroad blockade and the consequent delay In the arrival of mnny of the poets that were to figure In the line, It waa n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 September 1895

BOBBI Wtl Bobby lias been stealing apples, anil nation. Ledger. IOWA'S OLDEST KUSIDENT. Mrs. Iinry Alexander Said to Have Seen 124 Years of Active Life. In Soap Crock Hollow, near Keo kuk, lives Mrs. Lacy Alexander, 124 years of age, and, according to the census returns, tho oldest person in Iowa. On Concert street resides Mrs. Mahala Bobbins, who, tradition says, is over 100. Both tho old women are colored. Mrs. Alexander makes her homo with Mrs. Lizzie Thomas, and here she sits in tho sunshine and tells stories of a past age. Notwithstand ing her advanced age she is quite well' preserved and has full posHession of 11 her faculties. She can throad a needle without glasses never uses glasses, indeed, for any purpose. Hor hearing is good, mind bright and ebtive and health unimpaired. With in the past year she walked across the river to Oak wood, a distance of nearly five miles. At times her memory is better than others, and aha then speaks freely of old-time events, re counting the n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 September 1895

mt Star. Si'twiiilion tt.00 per imr, in ntlrunrr. r. . WKWIKNWJr, Hdllor nnil lnh. v7KUN"iiHi"7nK":U S!Ci. Anlnrlipinilent Im"il piiprr, jiii lil NImmI ! very Welin'i':lV nl I.'yniMvllli .IpfVrwin 'i. pi . il.-vi'.l to tli' li'li'li'-! oMf yi'oliUvllli' nn4 T"fr,"- on roil n I V. Noli-tvllll.M'l. will I mil nil with f!ilrni, nnil will licispivlully frlrnil ly towtinN I ho lnhorlni: rlii-. Suliwrlptlon ii-lci'l.i '' .vrnr, I" tun-unco. CiimmiinliMitl.ms liitcndwl fur pnlillc'itlon miwt hp ii miiiiuilrd by tlin wrltpt niimr, n.ii f.iv piiliM-iitlnii. ImiI iih n iriiiiiiii' of rvrt fnl'ti. Inli-ri'tilnir Hrms mMrlicil. AdvprtMmr rntrs nnidp known nil nppllcn llrm nt llio olnVp In Arnolds' llloi l;. l.rnirlitv rniiiiiiiinli'iilliiiK "'"I i'liii tiiro of nrtvprtlspinrnts should ri'iu'h this nfltoe by Monflnv niton. Artdrpsstill ommiintcntlons toll. A. Ptepn enon, i:i'VrM-vllli', P:i Kntvti'd nl Hit- postoftlcp nt ltcynoldsvlllp, Pn.. lis second clns- mull mtutcr. Thorn in a rnll for n p'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 September 1895

it Star Hutmeriplinn $1.00 per year, in mfrmioe. C. A, MTKPIIKKNOMa l:IHor and I'lih. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. CTvnwclcve' OTulM. Papsrnm-r trnlns nrrlvo and leave Iteyn oldsvlllc ni follows: Allriheiiy Valley lliiihrtiy. Eastward. Westward. Trnln , - B.44 n. m.lTraln , - -7.4nn.rn. Tniln 1, - - l.mip. m. Train 3,- 1 Al p. ni. Train 8 - - H.S" p. m.lTmln 1", - - M p. m, nrvNin.osvii.i.K roHT-oKKnr. Mall arrive And leave tho iosl-nHti-o as follow: Arrive, tiepnrt. moM TIIK WKXT. ron TIIK FACT. 1.1ft p. m. - - 7.l p. m.l!.S(i ii. m - - tv.'np.m. fhom rnr. hast, run TtiK, wkst. 6.00 a. in. - - 3.dll p. m.u. 1.1 ii. in. - - l.l p. in. Arrives finm Kathnit-l and Presi-nttvllle 11.30 a. m. Arrive from run i" Tuesdays. 1 Imrilay nnd Saturdays nt ?.:m p. m. la-parts ror rreseonvuie, Kamtnei, rnnir. a.nn p. m. (ittli-e nonr,."" n. m. ?o.ii p. in. Moncv order ollire onrn fi'oin T.OOn.m.tn T.Wi n. m. Heitlster offli'v open from T.iiO a. ni. to H.OOp. tn. I.ojfni itounnv rrotn i.'n io."n n. 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. — 18 September 1895

The panning of the horse teems about to be followed by the passing of gleam. L . . . I Naval oflloors express the opinion that aluminum in unlit for eon vessels as the aalt wator Cannes it to crumble In Maine a penalty of thirty days' imprisonment or a 8100 fine awaits the person who Bolts oold-storage or limed eggs for the genuine fresh ar ticle. The French sardine fisheries, which supply the whole world with tinned sardines, have declined for several years past, the shoals having gone elsewhere. This year matters have gone from bad to worse. Man asks for protection against mercenary woman in Bengal. Bnbti Rusik Lai ltoy wants the government to help him to suppress the excessive expense of Hindu marriages, and espe cially the dowry of tho brides, as "the temptation of selling the son to tho highest bidder has become- too great to be restated. " A foreign correspondent calls atten tion to an opportunity to do some thing for Ireland, which would bless her more than any possible polit...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 September 1895

GOLD BY THE HANDFUL. Bat Clomlsof ninnl Mosqnltoea Keep Treasure Pecker at Hut. Gold In ili'tity tnny be found In the innds of tun Volmlor Hirer, a it room of moderate volume Hint romp tum bling from the snow line of the 8lrra de St Mnrtlio, lu Smith A merlon, but, though the lowlnnd region nnd the riv er bed tvhero the lirecloim inpt.nl abounds In fnliulmis iiuintltl nre ens ly aceetwlble, the inosipiltoos nre no thli-k nnd terrible there Hint till at tempt to rlllo the Siinds of the gold have bo far fulled. Ellsoe HocIils, the celebrated French t0(jrnjher, wns the discoverer of thin Wonderful Htrenin, whone waters iiweep over annds thnt are llternlly golden. He told thn news to tlie French Vice Consul at Itlo Ilnchn, and thin oflU'lnl obtained the conccttslon of thin lJIdo rado. He took with him when lie get out an Ingeniously constructed gauze tent of large dimensions. For two dnys lie tried to live under It shelter and watch the operations of his workmen, who tolled In tho still...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 September 1895

1 r'H'iiusriUvunnKni THE RETIRED BURGLAR. Work Eaiilljr rniMcuti.il I A I'm Tumnlt of Tlmntlnl-Nturm. "Himukinif of cIik Iich," nuiil tlio rn- th-ptl ImrKliir, "tlm i':i.l' 't, m fti-Ht, iiiHHiilii-Ht imi I wit Ktr:ii'k whs in it hcnmo in n mimll town in It huilo IkIuikI. Thoro wiw n tluiml'TstdTin nmiinn up m I wont along towiinl thin him, nntl Jnst n I pot tliiro it ln-K(in to Ririnkln. By tlio tinio I'd Kt inxiilu it wtw cmn lug down m ty haul, mnl I wiw nUtl to bo tinilor Blioltor, fr I Imiln't liriniglit uuv uiiilm lit with inn. I lnnln't liuil ony miiipor ctt'i'T, mnl u lu'ii I "t int tlio dining room I tlniiinlit I'll K't mutio tliiliR to rut. Tlio Kiili'lioni'il Wiih lix'ltril anil tlio hry rnrrirtl tip Ktuirs, tint a lit tlo jitnniy upeiird h dour iw o:ny an n knifo would opon n pio. I not nut n lit tlo minrk on tlm tii'nlo and n:it dnwn and oto it cmnfortiiWy, with tho rain puiiv Iiir down imtBido. If (hero's itnythiiiK I liko, it'd to hour n HtmiM a-ruHing inilnidn wlii-i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

VOLUME 4. REYNOLDS VILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1895. NUMBER 20. JOB WORK! -THK- Job Work Department OK The Star Ollico In replete with 'the Latent Styles of Types. SUBSCRIBE FOR TH 10 STAR -AND (IKT Local, Gountii and State BING "We are now prepared to show a IJ'iiie Line of Ladies' Coats and Capes! hey were bought before the raw; and we will give our customers the advantage of the same. Come and pee them, and do not forget this is the place to get your funh: ixrkss goods! Our new Black Goods are beauties and the price is low. BING TRU AMERICAN Something of TRUSS. 1 Paramount Importance LIGHT, COOL, Eaay to Wear. Katainl Severest Hernia o preaaure on llipa of Back. ounderatrap. wlth Comfort. Naver novaa. MAKuracTuaio at 390 rUia St., BUFFALO, N. V., Recommended and Endorsed by Highest Authorities. MYERS BROS., Druggists. SC. Louis. LANCET, London, lEnrj.,.891. American' Driirj- rjlst and Fnar I maceutlcal Record. New York. The Pharmaceuti cal Era. New York. The Medical ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

J INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK CANNOT FIX WAGES. Power cf th Government Concerning Corporation and Labor. In the course of an addres In Bt. Tniil VDlled States Lntor Commissioner Carroll I. Wright referred to the decision of the In terstate commerce commission In regard to thejustnes of freight rate, nnd said: "The adjustment of difficulties arising between the employes of rallroadi and corporation must rent wpon precisely the tame principle; yet It must bi emphatically understood that the government has no right and no power to fix the rate of wage, li cannot, under any circumstances, tlx the prle of commodities." There le no room for complaint concerning lack of employment In the Wheeling district, llut few workmen are Retting as much for their labor as they were three year ago, bnt wage are picking up slowly as the demand for labor lucreasee, and there is reason to hope that by the first of the yenr nearly all line, especially iron, steel and glass, will be paying almost the old rate. Howe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

; ... .' ' ; ' .. 1 -. -. 7 r?EV YORK'S ZOO. EARLY Bionx AT TIIR CKNIHAL PARK MKMAdKRIK. Hilarious Caper of thi Klcplinnt In n nh The .Icnlmis thlnoreros Troubles of I tin lllppopnt mtius Artful Monkeys. THE stranger who makes an oc casional vinit to the Mel rc po lio probably knows mere (, about the Zoo in Central Park linn i?o many of the residents of New York. This is tho season of the .Tear wben tlio city is filled with visitors from the .South, West and New Eng lapJ, and one of the first places they go to is that particular scctiou of the park given up to the animals. But most of tliem ro at 1he hour when the park is tilled with people, nil that is cot the time to Fee the col lection in its most interesting phase. Early in the morning, before half the town i awake, is the hour to see the how. Then is the time when some thing cnii bo lesrneil shout tlio ex treme enre tsken of the preat beasts which seem to need it so Utile. Vet the most ferocious aud terrible of them receive the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

ft Star Snlmeription $1.00 )xr year, in ailrnnee. c. A. stuphksiso. lldllnr and l'lih. AV ED NEK 1 AY, SEPTEMBER MAW,. An Independent Incnl pnner, puhllhcil every TVedtic.duy nt Reynold. vllle. .IciTcrMoii Co. Vn.j devoted to the Interest of Reynold. vllle nnd .tetTer.oiiciiiint v. Noii-iollt1cni. will t rent, nil with fiilnic... nml will be esimolnlly friend ly toward, the lntoriinr elm. Btulwcrlptlon price IHOper yenr.ln ndvnnce. Commiinlcntlon Intended for piililli'iil Ion mM. 1m nceompnnlcd liytho writer' nnme, not for piildlcntlon, lint n ft Riiiiriintce of Bond fiillli. Interest I n new Item willeltcrt. Advert twttiir rule mnde known on uppllcn tlcn lit tin' office In Arnold.' Hlock. Lontrhtv cnninutnlciitloti nnd ehnnee or nrtviMtln'in'Tts should rciicli tills oftlun ly Mondny noon. Addre nil enmmttnlcnllons to C. A. Stepn nnn. Hevnold.vllle, I'n. Entered lit the post office nt Reynold.vllle, Ph., n second eln. tnnll mntter. Proud looks lose lioavtu. but noiirtcoits words win...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

Star Subscription $1.00 fxr yrnr, in adranrt. C. A. HTKPHF.MMON, Kdltor nd IMib. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1 SOS. vTvavrlrtr' Wttlft. Pni"pnpr trnlns arrive and lenvo Uryn Oldavlllo its follows! Alleqhfny Valley liaihrtnj. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - S.44 a. m.lTrnln (1, - - 7.40 a. m. Train 1, - - l.nn p. m. Train 2,- -1.44 p. m. Train 8 - - 8.S7 p. m.Tmln 10. - -B.tHp. m. nrrnoi.iwvii.i.1! msT-nFFirr.. Malls arrive mid lunve the piMt-ofllca as follows: Arrive. Prpnrt. FBOM TIIR WK.ST. FOB Til K FAST. l.M p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - n.-'n p. m. FBOM THR FAST. KOR IIH WT. 8.00b. m. - - 2.00 p. m.l?.t.1 b. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrivm from Rathmr-1 and PrewoUvlllu ll.HOa. m. Arrivm from Psnlo Tuixdnya, Thiirdnys and Saturdays at 2. HO p. m. imparts lor I'rrscoTivuip, itainrm'i, rnmc 8.00 p. m. Omro hours 7.nn a. m. to s.no p. m. Monov order nfflep own from 7.00a. m. to ?.80p. ni. Register onVe open from 7.00 a. m. to COO p.m. liPffiil noiinavs rrom 7.') tok.iii n. m. nnu from 1...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

Over 75,000,000 Are invested 'ia thin country in ducks Anil gooso. The first six months of this year saw :t J, 000,0(10 invested in building mora thnn in 181)4. The Dean of Westminster Abbey fans offered A place there for a slab or medallion portrait of 1'rofossor Hux ley. , The commonest name in the new English parliament is Wilson. No fewer than eight gentlemen with that Game have secured election. . A medical journal is of tho opinion that the trolley has saved moro liv-ej than it has destroyed, ly eiv'"B ,1,e public, especially invalids, rapid tran sit and fresh air. Tho 'Civic Federation" of Chicago, A citizens' organization for tho en forcement of the law.is making things excessively wnrm for tho mayor and the street commissioners. Money is so plentiful in New York that tho other day $230,0)0 was loaned over night at the rato of throe-fourth of one per cent per annum. The bank of America has called a meeting of its stockholders to vote upon A proposi tion to cnt its capital st...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

Peculiar to eom'ninnllon, proportion nml proof1.., nnoil's Rarsapnrilla possesses peniilhir eura Hvb powers unknown t any otbir prepanv lion. This I" why It 1ms a rreonl of etin unequalled In tlif history of nu'dli'lne. It nets directly tion tltn lilooil, nml by tanking It pure, rle'.i mid lien'.lhy it curi illrae and Rives Rood remit u. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho oul trim blond purifier prominently In the publln eye today, fl; nix for !J. Dills "'"re t1lt mnstlpa 1.000 S r HIS iin. fri.- r. diit. Uartprs anrl Matrimony. At nil time Riirters linve been con sidered very Important iletnlls of wom an's dress, nml always nsstu'lnted In dome manner with matrimony. Down tlmmgli half n (I07.cn tvntiirlcg emnes to tin the rtixtoni iimi'tlt-eii to-dny i)f having tho Kin-torn as a finishing toticli to a bride's toilet. The riarthtilar girl friend who Is permitted to slip them Into place Is conceded to stiinil the best possible elm nee of wedding happily be fore twelve months nre out. A pros p...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 September 1895

THE INDIAN'S LAMENT HE MOURNS FOR THE VANISHED HAP PINESS OF HIS RACE. A C'hliwwa Talk Familiarly of tha C.'tin tnma of Mia Trllie He rela That tha Whltra KM tha Intllati OrlKTnna Wrong;. Tha rmilla That la Unnn. "IJpfiimthHwhlto inpti canw we wore tofiii," said Chippewa frUmd. ThodO peoplo look lmrk tipnii tliclrpastns npon lust parailisn, ill which thero writ happiness nml Iiiikk pik'P. Tlicy rrpiiill Btn tho descriptions of tlinn written liy V III to historians nil tho work of enemies, seeking to justify enmities nnd wrong. "tr)ur fathers nlwa.TS liil what WHS rlplit, nml thoy punished had men. They wero kind nml trim to their friend mid terrible, only to their enemies. Wo wero great warriors, iiihI wo fonxht for our own a loix tiimi. It wiw not tlio whito men' arms, hut their vices, wliii'li rallied tin." "Wlint makes yon think that tlm old times wero so jinich better? Yon have good laws, no wars, nnd the government will not let yon go hutiKiy. In not thin better than the old pr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 October 1895

VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1895. NU3IBER 21. flotrU. it OTEL McCONNELL, REYNOLDSVILLE. PA. FRANK J. J) LACK, Proprietor. The lending hotel of the town. HeBdnnnr tors for commercial men. steam lieiit, freo bus, Imth room and eloseta on every floor, v sample rooms, billiard room, telephone con nections Ac. JJOTEL BELNAP, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. J. C. P1LLMAK, Proprietor. First elnss In every particular. Locnted In the very cenlro of the business part of town. Free 'bus to nnd from trains nnd commodious aamplc rooms for commercial travelers. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BROOKVILLE, PA., PHIL P. CAllKIEH. Proprietor, Primple room on the pround fbor. House henten by natural lias. Utnnlbus to nnd from jyjOORE'S WINDSOR HOTEL, 1217-21) FlLBKRT BTRKET, PHILADELPHIA. - PENN'A, PHES1VX J. MOO UK, l'nrjtrietor. !U2 bed room. Rule K.nn per dny Ameri can Plan. I '-.block from 1'. K. R. Depot nnd M block fmm New P. .V. R. K. Depot. i,Micrllttcou. JjJ NEFF. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE And Re...

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