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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

I I It oosts from five to Keren cent to take n bushel of wheat from Dulutb, Minn., to New York. Slatin Pasha says that tho slave trade in Africa is as bad as ever, and that tbe only way to end it is to con quer tbe dynasty founded by the Mahdi. Rov. Dr. A. J. Zubm, tbe sclontist of Notre Dame Univorsity, told bis audience at Pittsburg, X. Y.,the other day that it "seems impossible to ig nore the tact that some kind of evo lution has obtained in the formation of tbe universe. General Lew Wallace says that the future of tbe bicycle depends on tbe women riders. "If tho use of wheels wore confined tr tho mon," bo said, "the fad might spend itself in a sea son. But when the women take hold of the bicvele its future is secure. The transfer of 12,000,000 of tbe Tilden fund to tbe Treasurer of tho New York Public Library was a not able event in the history of tho city, remarks the New York World., It ought to make the consolidated lib raries tbe greatest educational institu tion in America....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

I I Signs In the Drupri. . Slirns In the deaort, Indicating thi ralla and giving dlmMlon an to ths nearest springs anil well of frsh wa ter are to be erected by Arlxnna ant) California In the desolate regions on wither aide of the Colorado Rlwr, where no many trnsedles have occur red tlirntijrh miners and others losing heJr way or ifyliiR from thirst Tin liros are hlnh poles of gas plp, wltb big squares of sheet Iron at the ton, and are palnled red, as that. Is tho col or that can be seen the greatoNt dl tanee In that region. The lettering will tell the dlstanco from point to point nd the location of the nearest watet boles. A Glnnt'aTrniihta. He was a gtnnt lBsla,ttieplftnreof hraltli nd strength, with Iroa musi-les, a tamoae athlete. He pursued hlstrnlning excessively to hold his fame, and doubtless trained too much. VHh all his rxeretse the man wns nervons, rostlrss nnd slwplrss, and then rai'klng pains took hM upon him. Ho could no' nnilemtnnd his 'onilitlon, Urr neuralgia hnl s...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

"ADVEllTJSINOINCAnS A NEW HUSINESS WHICH AMOUNTS TO $3,000,000 A YEAR. The nnwin Why It IIm Its l.lmltntlnna. All flrnwn I'p Within a Vr row Inn, IliMton'e rVrlnna Vlrw of tlm Atl. Writ rNi Attetttpta nt llmnnr. Tlio nimiifil rxpwvUlnrn fur utrrt't, rnr ndvnrtiNinx In tlm United Hlntcn Iiiih In five yours kiiiwii fnmi :lt0,tl)t In t'U 0(10,01)0, mill is cniistniilly IiictimihIiiii. AIHioiikIi It U yt hiiiiiII in nitipnili"iii with the t'lionniuiH niimtiiit of 111111117 jinlil fur mWN)iiitr nilvrrtlriliiK, it in, for various ri'iiHiniH, n jwviilltirly inlir rcllMH loTolniliMit of inixlrrii IkihIiiom hhiHiimN. It. In nil oiilKrowlli of liiiinr tnnt rik'IiiI lx'HrriMi'tiiii, n new HrM fur tho (liHplny of nitlriMo mul llti'iuiy tul nit, nml n not i iniiHltli'iiilili' uli'ini'iit of cntrrlnlnnu'iit. mi well iim juni-ttcti! In fiiriiinllon for tlm ipilrk wlllril Amni on ti )ullli It In 11 No n lli'M mriinit.y lliililn to i coriii't't'il. Now siiiiiiM limy mlj on column nml ynw to iirt'nii...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

VOLUME 4. IIKYNOLDSVILLK, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 11195. NUMBEH 21. WHY 13 IT t Bntne find work whom mimo Unci tm, Anil o thn wwnry wnrltl on. I nmotlnM wimilnr whloh l The snuwer cntni whi n llffl la gunn. Bom ymi sleep when nonie pjn wake And no tho ttn-nry nlitli hour o. Bnmn hoirt l'it whi-n w hmrts bronk. I ofton wondur wlijr 'tlx m. Boms will fnlnt whrrn mimo will flithti Horn lorn Die t.'iit nml mmn tho n. ld, I often wonder who nro rlwht Tho ones who ntrlvo or thoMi who yield. Boms hinil told where other hnmn Aro llftl lirnveljr In the trlfe, And no throitKh nm nnd thrimxh' Innda Mot on tho two xti-emi- of life. Boinn font hulk whom omn fi-el frond In tlroleM mnroh it I horny wir: Bomo itrnKKln on where nomo Imvn fleilj Homo wok whon other Hhun thu frny. Bomo wordB riwt whom other oIiimIij Homo fnll Inwk whom wniin inovo on I Bomo flnim furl whom nthom flush Until thn bntllo hnM fwn won. Bnm Klnnp on whltn other Uii'P Thn IrII of thn truo nnd linivo. Thoy will not ma...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

KEYSTONE STATE CULLINGS DEAD IN THE WOODS. George Barr's Throat Cut and Suicide Indicated. George Barr, of Homer station, on the Pennsylvania and Northwestern railroad, left his home on Friday last to visit his brother-in-law, who Is employed In Bland's tipple, liot returning at night, a sea re u was made for him, but It wns not until Hundoy thnt be wns found lying In tbe woods with his throat cut. The theory Is thnt he committed sui cide, ns helind been III for some time, nnd hnd not been In his right inlud. He leaves a wile and five children. Tbe electric street rallwny nt Washington haa expended f IS.OOO on Its Hues. The new choo!nooe for Washington borough will cost t lO.i 00 aud the Second I'nlted l'resby terlnn church 20.000. F.nst Wnshington borough In expending (30,000 In street pav ing nnd the Citizens wntcr company tlS.iKO In constructing Its new dam. lhe Hazel Clnss eompnny Is erecting n Inrge three-story rick sddition at a cost of about tis.noo, nnd the ImncBti glnss eom...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

JAPANESE GUILDS. TRADES ORGANIZATIONS ARB NUMEROUS IN JAPAN. A System Introduced by the Dated Unlike Worklngmen' Union In Other Lands Story Teller and Blind Shampoocrs. WHILE there are no labor unions in Jspan, writes William E. Curtis in the Chicago Record, there nre Very many guild;, composed of mer chants and manufacturers end others engaged in the snme lino of business who have organized for thoir mutual advantage and to control so far as they can the trade to which they he long. They hnve existed ever sinee the seventeenth century and were copied from the Dutch, who came to the empire duriug that period and ex ercised a very powerful influence upon industry and commerce. In fact, the Dutch were never entirely expelled from Jniian. The Dutchmen of Japan exercised wholesome ititlnonce upon tho .Tapauero and educated a large num ber of thnir Young men. They fur nifhed the only social and intellectual stimulant Japan hadand a few modern ideas filtered through them into the empire. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

t Star Sttbumjilinn $1.01) per vtnr, in mfivinrr. C. A. HTMMIUNSO. Kdltor anil Pub. WKUXKHOAY. OtTOIlKK 21. ISll.V Anlmleiiendrni hs-nl nnts-r. published every Wednesday nr. Ileytinhlsv (lie, .leiTor'.oii IH, Ph., devoted to the Inteivts of Kcynolil-vllln and .lefrersoni-oiinly. Noll-poll I leal, will treat nil Willi fairness, niul will leeieclally fi lend ly towards tin' liihoiltnt class. eulweriptloii ,Hrel.nneryeiir, In ndvnnep. t'omiuiinlriii hitw Intended for pulillrm Ion must he n inipiinhd hy the writer's name, not for piililleiitlou. Im t as n Kiinrnnlee of goodfnfth, intere-! Intr news Hems solti'ltrd. AdveMMnir rates made known on npillt'a tlon nl I lie olllee In A mollis' llloek. Lenuhiy eonimiiiileatlons und I'linniro of advertisements hIioiiIiI reach this olllre liy Monday noon. Address nil i-ommunleatlonn to C. A. Ktcpti enson, Heynoldsvllle, I'u. .... Entered nl tin' postofflec ' Heynoldsvllle, Pn., iisseeond elass mull mutter. SETTLEMENT NOT YET. The niul find Coal M...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

m Star. Suliscriptinn $1.00 per year, in advance. V. A. HTHrilKlSNO, Kdltor and Inb. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1805. NOTICE. It's easy enough to break prom ises mndo In advertising, but wo don't do it. Remember if anyone offers you silver dollars for 60c. they either have holes In them or ni-e counterfeits. We don't do this but give you full hundred cents' worth of new stylish goods for your dollar. Please compare Our Men's $5 00 Suit with others. " " 6 50 ' " 8 00 " " " 1 10 00 " " " 11 i. 120o ' ' Our Men's $5 OOOvoreoot with others " " 7 50 " " " " 10 00 " " " 11 11 2 00 " " 11 11 11 11 11 11 Our Boys' $ 4 00 Suit with others i. 76(, ii it 11 11 g 00 " " " " " 10 00 " ' " Our Child's 75o. Suit with others " " . $1 00 " " 11 11 1 go " ' 11 ii 2 00 " " " 11 11 2 60 " " " II II 3 Qj) II II I, OurChlld's$200Overc't " " 11 11 250 " " " " " 3 00 " " ' Child's 25c. Knee Pants " " " 60o. " " Our all wool underwear, shirts and anything else that you are wanting in our lino, remember thnt wo ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

According to the Chicago Tribune the rnce between corn and coal for tha honor of being tha cheaper mute rial for f not in Interesting this your. A statistician report in tha Journal do Debats that 12,000,000,000 news papers are printod annually on this little planet of ours. The total num ber of paper mills is 3,085. Tha canned and corned horse in dustry is not so now ns is generally believed. For tho past three years nu establishment for killing and packing borses has been in operation near Hnmmond, Ind. All of the stntcs, kingdoms, princi palities, empires, etc., of Europe (except Russia) and nil of the United States, inoludiug Aliixkn, could be placed side by side in Siberia, and yet but little tnoro than cover that immense- country. M. Dupuy Dutems, French Minister of public works, impressed by the re cent railway accidents in that country has ordered a close inspection of the permanent way, especially at tho points and level crossings. Ho also proposes to put an end to tho syst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

A RIVER'S BURDEN. 'Areas of Land Transported from Placa to Placa by tho Mlaaiaslppl. The Mississippi has In 1lis course of ligps transported from the tnnnntnlna and lilph lnml within Its riralnnKO nrea ufflolctit material to make 400,000 gqnnro miles nf now land hy flllliiK tip an est tin ry which oxtoudod from Its original outfall to tho Jtilf of Mexico for a length of 500 miles. This river Is still pouring solid matter Into the snilf, where It Is spread out In a fan llko shape over n const lino of l."0 miles, and Is filllnjr tip at tho rate of .'102.000,. 000 tons a year, or six tons as much as was removed In the eonst motion of tho Manchester ship canal, and siilllcleut to tnnko a square mile of new land, al lowing for Its having to nil tip the gulf to a depth of elphty yards. Ftomo Idea of the vastness of this op eration may lie conceived when the fact Is considered that some of this soli has to be transported more than 3,000 miles, and that if tho whole of It had to be carried ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 October 1895

STEAMER CHAIRS. A IMeee of Fnrnltnre That Kim Txrtop I Thrnagh Ocean Trawl Ftwnmor clinfra worn, when first nmdo in tlii ommtiy, civllnd l)iivon;-liiii chn.ru. They were fu!iimd(l nftrr n ichnir nscil in Dtivomihiro, JCnulnnil, on vernmliw and lawns nml in mnoUlnp; room a nnd worn first mndo horo for tlio cnme tisos. Tlie Devonshire Vhnlrs were Hither Inrgor nnd more clnliornte than the Ktuuuuir iliuir. The duo of thin rhnir oa utrnmor u boRiin nbimt 25 yrnrii na It noon be came to nopalnr tlmt it reenived its non eut nnme. Chairs of thin ttylo nre Mill old for land one, both indoor and out door, mid thoir nee nchoro is inorrusiiiR. Tho principal mnimfiU'tiiror 'of thoso chairs in Now York noils (horn in al most if liot qnito every state in tho Un ion and in Control Amorirn, t-'onth America and an far nwny as Australia. Steamer chairs aro made, of uiiiplo, of oak and of walnut, and they nuiko in price from (2.60 to ffl. Children's steamer chair were introilnred not IniiR nRO, but no...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 October 1895

Jtrat lie VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, 1'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1895. NUMBER 25. HORSE BLOCKS. TbM War Miul Out nf Rafoi That Itnd Hern Robbed Mot long bro a Star writer hnd occa sion to be i a western MlfRourl. Jut north of Knnmui City almnt 13 miles U the lttle town of l'lirkvilln. It in built tip on the two ide of a valley which opeui aRntust the broad Miiuionrl, mid the hamlet wight contnln perhnps CO honsos. Among other mnttcrn, however. It shelter! a neiuiimrr of coiiHiderublo looal fume which teuvlion butli boys mid ?trli the hiKlier bintioheii of ail ednen iofj, bnt with which just nnw we have nothing to da Tlio limiii street of tho villnge mim nlong tho bottom of thn valley at right angles with tho Missouri river. The Star writer was sitting in front of one of tho stores smoking a very bad Cigar of local origin and conversing with the merchant who had sold it. It was abont 8 o'clock in the afternoon, and many of the conntry people wero com ing into town. A country girl ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 October 1895

HEWS FROM WASHINGTON. KIRKLAND CALLED HOME. Secretary Herbert Remove the Admiral From His Post. - - -. A sensation In nnrnl circles was caused by the announcement Hint Hear Ailmlral Will lam A. Klrkland, commanding His European naval station of the United Htntes, fa rtl been detached from duty and ordered home, Com modore Thomas 0. Holfrldge, Jr., will succeed him. Dissatisfaction wai caused by the ail ml nil sending a letter of congratulation to presi dent Inure, of France, on tbe tatter's election. Hecretary Herbert hold thnt the olllcinl position ot the admiral precluded him Irnm making nuy comment whatever with refer ence to polltltw, and sent n letter of repri mand. Admiral Klrkland appealed to the 1'resldent to overrule Hecretary Herbert's strictures, claiming that he had known I'rcsl deot l aure personally and had congratulated blm In n personal capacity aud not as ati oltlcer of the l otted htntes navy. T he (Secre tary was sustained by Mr. Cleveland. Admiral Klrkland next c...

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

THE AMERICAN HARVEST HOME. IN country Ufa alt the poetry of thn year In concentrated In thn drama of the harvest -the hopes and fear, the Joy nnd sorrow, Ihe suspense and tho reward for toil or thn certainty of self denial for A year, makes tlio time preceil Ina the gathering of the gront ccrenl crop one of anxiety, and the condition of tha wheat the subject of alsorhing Intercut In a million families. Krnrcely anything; else la spoken of for week. Thla ware of poetry, of emotion that moat have expression rise In Southern Missouri nnd llllnola and folia northward from fnrm to farm, from May to Keptomlier, always beginning some where and culminating otherwhere, until nt Innt it diea away ou the plnina of Man itoba. While yet, to the traveler on the rail roads, "the billowy baya of grain, ever rolling In ahndow ami annahine," am green nnd scarcely distinguishable from meadow Intnl. the farmer has caught tho first undergleam of yellow th.it crocpa up the stalk from day to day, until th...

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

STfte Star Subwriptim $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. KTKPllliMXO, Kdllor mid Hub. WKOXKSIJAY. OCTOMKU .10. Hit.-,. An Iwlrpcmli'tit lix-nl m-r. piiMMicri ivirjr TVelno)liiy nt Ki'yfmMvtll .l,'tr'i,n Co. Pn.. ilo vi, li'il to I tio Inti'r,"! of lii-ynoliNvlU ft nil .lrlTfrolU'oiinly. Non-mltl Irn'l, will t rent nil wlih falrm, mtil III iMM'siMM-lully frU'iul ly tmvuriN tin' Inlmrhitf i'Iiim. Suhxri Ipl Ion prlivl.ii'ryi'niln ndvnnro. t'oiiiniiinlciilio'ix Inii'iiili'cl for niilillrntlon must tn iirmtnimnli'il tiyihii writer' iinnio, not for putilt":i'loii, Inn in n gimriintec of gonri fflltll. Inti'ri'Hl Inn ni'WP" Item mtllrltPil. Ailvi't'ilslnL' vtitc iniKtn know h on uppllt'li Hon nt tin- oltl.-i' In Ai nolilV Week. I'iiKliiy roniiiniiilrinlons iiikI I'linnne of (irtvertlm-mont should renrh thin office by Monilny niHin. . Aililro nil rnmmnnlrnttonii to 0. A. Htepli noon, Keynnlriivllle, l'n. ..... Entered nt the notnfnV( fit Koynoldnvllle, !., MH'ond I'lnxi, mull mutter. "They ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 October 1895

Subucription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. MTICPHKNftON, Kdllor and lnb. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 180ft. NOTICE. It's easy enough to break prom ises mode in advertising, but we don't do it. Remember If anyono offers yon silver dollars for f0i;. they either have holes in them or are counterfeits. We don't do this but give you full hundred cents' worth of now stylish goods for your dollar. Please compare Our Men's $5 00 Suit with others. " " 6 50 " " " ci i 8 00 " " 11 it 10 00 ii i. J2 00 " " " OurMon's$5 OOOvorcoat with others " " 7 50 ii jo oo " i i. j2oo " " " ii ii oo 11 11 11 Our Boys' $ 4 00 Suit with others " 7 50 " " i ii 8 00 " " " " 10 00 " " " Our Child's 75o. Suit with others .i fi no i. .. ii , B0 ii ii ii 2 00 " " 11 , " " 2 60 " " " i ii 3 00 11 " " OurChild'8$2 00Ovorc't " " ii ii 250 " " " ii i 300 11 " 11 Child's 25o. Kneo Pants " " " f0o. " " " " Our all wool underwear, Bhirts and anything else that you are wanting in our lino, remember that we do not advertise s...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 October 1895

Boston's new park system ia said to t anporb; the boat in the world rery likely." A Chicngo paper thinks that "the beat way to perpetuate the bloomer ia to preach and write editorials against it" An Englishman in Japan com plains of the "perpetual feast of green tea and anails, with nothing but rice and raw fish for a change." The English Kennel Club lms passed rulo that no crop-cared dog, born since March 31, can win a prizo at a ibenoh ahow. Not long ago a man and woman were aontenced to imprison ment at hard labor for a month for cropping a dog'a ears. Not long ago tho two-year-old child of a Berlin day laborer died of star vation. The frenzied father, to nave his darling from tho potter's field, took the body in his arms and went begging wherewith to give, it a decent burial. He was arrested as a mendi cant, according to law, they said. Science is spreading the knowledge that an easy way to commit murder would be by tlio use of disease germs. Concerning the proper method of pror...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 October 1895

9 Possibly. A country pnpcr derlnrps Hint "Mr. Johnson, a farmer of our villncc, on re turnliiK to hi house tlio otlicr day found In Ills ground floor liodroom, tlie door of Which hurt hern left open, n cow, prolmlily iwtrny." Tlir conjecture exitrcnMMl In the last two words iniiy he not down no, on the whole, n fair one l'resbyterlun MexHeiicer. Csssar'a reformation ct Din calendar was roily madobv foleno, 1). c. 40. ffonml Mectpars, " Homo Tory hardy, wnrra bloodnd people forgot thnt sumtnor Is gono and slp sontul ly under light covering, oven while Jnrk k'rost Is painting weird plcturiM on tho rmnos. But we all learn by experii'nee, nnd they And themselves In the morning iiitTir 1ng with stlfTnoss, soreness, latnuback, stiff nwk or muwulnr ornirip. Hull, csperinco tenchee. Like everybody cIkp, ttny get n bottle of flt. Jnoobs oil, riib wull with il nnd ore cured, Wnrmor clothing, end the frost hut out, thoy snore ngnin h.ipplly, while from tho totvors of winter's storm clouds tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 October 1895

LAST CENTURY HIGHWAYMEN. Wira Thxjr Went to th HmdVild, TU1f4 I.aillra Wept For Them. The gontlcmntj of ths mm) whs lonft tho terror of the highway betworn Ken sington nixl KniglitRuririgo. As lute nil the year 1700 n detachment of Unlit home vena employed to patrol nightly from Hydo park corner to tho fornmr plnco. Foot piwuoiiKem wniteil until n party oonld be lnrtde tip unfflrlently ttrong for limtnnl protection, n bell 1 lng rung vehprs ft Ptnrt we V'!v! pnidont. An cxtrnet from 1 O.v.. per's diary in 1715 iqipnks mi.' "I Vim at KeniiiKt li, wl i :c 1 ! tended to tny nn long ns the rump v ..i in Hydo pnrk, the rendu' bring no urmi' by It thut one might eonio fvuin Loinlo-i at any time In tho night without dan ger, which I did very often. " Tho romance which mich writers ns Ainsworth hnvo given to tlio highway men is not no highly colored as may be supposed. During his brief teim of of fice he was a man of note, the darling of the fair sex, the hero of piny and ditty, llo danced ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 November 1895

frae V VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER C, 1895. NUMBER 20. SUUroab rim CabWe, PENNSYLVANIA UAILROAI). IN EFFECT MAY 19, ISO"). Philadelphia A Erie Hiillrond Division Tlmo Table. Trillin leae Driftwood. EASTWARD 9:N a m-Trnln S, dully except Sunday for Hiinbury, llim-lslmry nnd Inlerniedltite. sta tions, uri I vIuk lit I'lillndcliililii :SI ). in., New York, :3:i - m.i Hlt Imnm. n:li p.m.! Wsshlnitton, ":: p. m I'lilliniui I'nrlur rnr from Wllllitmxport. nnd pnxHenirer couches from Kitiietol'hlliidelplilii. 8:Wp. m.-Tinln . dully except Sundtiy for HiirrMiiirii nnd Inlernicdlnte smilon. nr rlvlnitut rhllndclpliln :: A. Mi New York. i :a a. m. I'lillinnn Sleeplnij rnrn from lliirrlsliiira to I'lilludelplila iinil New York. Phlhiilolphln ptiiienKcrs ' remain In sleeper luidMurbed until 7:il A. M. 9: p. m. Trnln 4, dully for Ciiiilinry, llnrrls Ixii'ic nnd Intermedium stations, iirrlvtnp ill riilmilclpliln, :.VJ A. M.t New York. ::tl A. M. on week duys und in.:o A ...

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