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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 November 1895

KEYSTONE STATE CULLINGS FEVER STILL RAGING. Reports Prom the Afflicted District Orow Wort Daily. A ipecliil trom New Cutle says: Typhoid (ever continue! to rage In Neshannoek town ship sod the whole township hut the nppear nee ot s Tast hospital, ns there are few families Id the township that have not one or more eases. There hare been serernl deaths end many mere lying at the point of death. Bo great Is the dread In the township that that the people are beginning to more. A new postofflce ha boon established at TVnteondale, Fayette county, with Albion ti Kowell as postmaster. Fire destroyed tlx doable houtes belonging to the Htearliug coal company at Hastings, In the north end of the county, entalllug a lots of 47,000. Frank Kuhn, a farmer living near riders Title, was fntndy Injured by being thrown from his hone while In pursuit ut a boras thief. Mrs, Jacob rath, of Moon township, Denver county, wat burned to death by her clothes catching Are while she was making apple butler. The...

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

EUJ3 ISLAND. JJJCLE SAM'S GATEWAY FOR TftB ADMISSION OF IMMIGRANTS. Lively Scnnos When the Living Freight of Several Ocean Steam cr li Landed A Lightning Money Chnner. 7C LTHOUGH great improve- ment on the nightmare ar , jCJL. Movements that need to ex (t iat for the reception of immi grants who landed at Cartle Garden, Ellis Island, says the New York En-sorrier, Ik far from being a gateway that would prepossess arrival from Europe in favor of their adopted country. The island is tied around from dock to dock with milos of red tape. It is fearfully tedions matter to land in America and a most unnecessary amount of Irxt and feathers seems to acoompany the entrance of a new ar rival into the land of freedom. A visit to Ellia Island, when the liv ing freight of two or three ocean ateamers is being sifted through the various avenues loading to the boat that trasports it to the Battery, pre sents ro many phases that it is well worth braving the trip in an immi grant ferryboat from the Ba...

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

Sntincription $1.00 jrr year, in admnef. CI. A. MTKPIIKNMItttt Kiltlnranil Pub. WEDNESDAY, NOVKMHKR fl. 1M:. Anindctiondent local pa per. pulitWhrd every Wednesday lit Heyiiolilvllle, .lcll'cron t'o. Pa., devoted to tin1 ttttrrpit' of Nc.vnohNvlllc nnd JofTerHon county. Non-political, will treat nil with falrnons, anil will he especially friend ly toward the Inlmrlnir clu. Ptilicri)tiiin price si."0 per year. In advance. ('ommtinli'nl Ion IntiMtdeil for publication must bo accompanied by the writer's name, not fur publication, but n n Kuiirantoe of gixwl faith. lntorotlmr news Item solicited. Advertising rates made known on applica tion lit t In, office In Arnolds' llhs-k. t.cnirhty ciimniunlciitlons nnil ehnnire of Itdveri le'mi'iita should reach this office by Monday noon. Addre all communications to V. A. Hteph enon. Keynohlvllle. Pa. .... F.ntered nt the potomVe nt Heynoldsvllle, Pa., as second rltiHi, nmtl matter. Munsey's MaKn.itw Is ono of the lest monthlies published nnd Bol...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 November 1895

Star Sulmcription tt.PO per year, in adrancr. . A. MTKI'IIKKftO, l:.1llor anil 1'iilT. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER n, Anlwlciendent Incnl pii per, pulillshrd every Wednesday lit lleytiohlsvllle, .IctfcrMtn t'o. Pa., devoted to the Interests of KcynohUvlllc and .leffcrson county. Non-nolitlcnl. will t rent nil with fiilrncss, mid wtll he especially filend ly towards the Intmrlnir clnss. Suhscriptlon price l. tin per vcnr, In ndvnnce. Communications intended for piihllcntlon must ho nccnnipiitilcil hy the wrltci 's mime, not. for piihllcntlon. Imt ns a Kiiiiriintee of good faith. IntereMlnir new Items solicited. Advertising rate made known on uppllcn tlon nl theottico In Arnolds' IthM'k. T.cnirhty comniiinlciitlons nml ehnnire of advertisements should rench tills othco hy Monday noon. Artitifw nil communications to l A. Steph enson, ItcyiiohKvlllc, Pn. Kntorcd at the pnstoftleo nt Itcynoldsvlllo, Pa as second clnss mntl matter. Munwy'g Magazine Is one- of tho Vx-st monthlies published nnd wil...

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

Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. V, A. ftTKPIIKNON. Killtor and Pnb. WEDNKSDAY. NOVEMBER 0, 1805. (? vntrltr' OTxtloe. lnmcnKir trnlns arrlvo and leuvo Reyn oldsvllle R follows: Allegheny Valley ltniheny. Enl wn'id. ' Westward. TrnlnS, - - A.-I4 n. m.lTniln , - 7.40 n. m. TrHln 1, - - 1.W p. m. Train 2,- 1.42 p.m. Trnlng - - fl.ft p. m.Tnln 10, - - E,4" p. m. HFYmi,ivii,i.r rosT-orricr. Mull arrive and leave tho post-offleo a follow: Arrive Popart, MOM TH WrT. TOR TH K FAST. I. 16 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - d.'.'Op.m. fkom mn r.Ar. rim tub t. .O0 a. m. 2.00 p. m.li.lft a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrive from Knthmel and Preseottvlllo II. ilO a. m. Arrives from rnnlr Tuesdays, Thurdnys and Sntiirdny at 2. HO p. m. Depart for Prcscottvllle, Kathmel, Pnnle S.OOf). m. Ortli-e hour 7.00 a. m. tos.On p. m. Money order offlcp open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.80 p. m. Register office open from 7.00 a.m. to s.00 p. m. I.eiral Holiday from 7.00 to ".00 a. m. and from 12.00 to 8.00 p.m. K. 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. — 6 November 1895

Pennsylvania produce 100,000,000 tons of coiil every your more, than lml f the output of the entire coun- A Washington correspondent thinks that rich people nook ft homo in thnt city, because there their property will be protected the guns of the govern ment. Australian teachers must have varied accomplishments. In a Sydney paper recently appeared : "Wanted, a man able to teach French and tiro piano, and to look after a stud bull." A novel way of illustrating a novel is shown in Scribuer's. A certain tory hav'ug been written persons were selected to take the parts of the characters, and these were photo, graphed front life in the situation de scribed in the text. A late statistician asserts thnt the wealth of the United Htates averages at least $1,000 to one inhabitant "This average business may be all light," remarks tho New Orleans ' Picayune, " but it doesn't help some of ns to pay our dobts." Statistics from the United States railway service show that one passen ger is killed fo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 November 1895

V A TYPfe OF NOBLE MANHOOD. BLhop Whipple rym a High Tribute to the Indium It la not often tlmt ft Rood word la ipokon lu behalf of 11m 1 ml Inn, but when ono In It irrmrrnlly tomiph from immiK those who know him host. IIIkIi. op Vhl)i)o, of Mnntnnn, linn spent mnn, Vf tlin best j onrn if his life with the M men, mid linn studied their lives n1 liulilts. Tho following will there- fore Ito rend Willi Interest, cnmtiiK ns It floes from ono who knows wiirroof lie limits. , "Tlie Indian In tlm noblest type of tlm wild mnn In the world," any Klslmp Whipple, "lie iwoitnlftes the tlmit Rnlrlt, believes In it fntnro life, has a PHimlonflte love for his children, mid will Iny down his life, for his tribe, lie Is courteous ami hospitable. If his bitterest enemy cnine to his wlRwnin he would be fronted ns nn honored inost The Indlna Is proverblnlly hon est, unless he Is demornllxed by drink. In thirty-six years' experience Willi the Indians I never knew one to tell me t lie, nnd I never hnd n ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 November 1895

SAVED BY HIS CHEEK. A HallmiMt Depnt Atrnl'a Kiperlenee With the General Manager. A down of m worn wnltiiift at n mil rood ntntloii In GixirKin. An lwliily Juir-w how long we nitmt wait it wit, only tintnml thnt cue nfter nnotlicr htmlri go to the ticket window and In Hjtitre. "Dniino," wn the gruff rwponeo to aench Inquirer. That wim nlumt what wail expected, jaud yot it did 't pli'iinn. WoRot toKcth r on the film form and dlHcniwril the runt tor, and while we wore tulkliiK n man drovn tip to the dcjHit frnm the town. HcniiiK (lie crowd, ho piiiiio over and risked what wax np. When ho lmd boon iiiforinnd, ho replied: "I will try my luck with him ami oe how I come ont," Ho made thn mono Inquiry, ami the ORPiit looked np nnd redied: "How many moro timed am I Kniiitf to tell yon I tluimor" "Not moro thiui once," wild the roii tlrinnn tin ho reached for n telegraph blimk. Five inlnnted later ho nlmwil nil thn dlnpnteli. It Wiih lo n Niatiiin UHent !I0 tnilea away, and it read, "Ijohvo ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 November 1895

ft ; VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSVILLE, 1'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1895. NUMBER 27. Itattrqit trim Cohlco. 'PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. JL IN EFFECT MAY ID, 1805. Philadelphia Erie Knllrond Division Time Table. Trains leave lrlfi mimmI. KAHTWAHP 9:04 a m-Trnln H, itiilly except Riindny fur Hiinlniry, Hiirrhdiiirir nnd Intermedium stn tlunx, uirlvliitf at IMilliiili'liililii 6: SI p.m., New York, (l:Slp. m.i Hiilllinort,ll:li p.m.i Wiedilnuton, ":: p. m rullmnn 1'arlnr cur from Wllllnmsiiort nnil iiimHeinjer coaches from Kane to riillndelphlii. 8:30 p. m. Train fl, iliilly except Pundiiy for Ilnrt-tHburir and Intermediate iMiitloiiu, nr rlvlns nt rhlludclplilii4:an A. M.i New York, T:iH A. M. I'lillnmn Sleeplnu cum from IliirrlKhnrg to I'lillmli'lplila a ml Now York. l'hlliulrlpliln pnwniii'rH run nmnlu In deeper undhrtiirla-ri until ":' A. M. t-M p. m. Train 4, dully for Siinliury, Ilnrrla liuril nnd Intermediate uitlm, nrrlvliiK lit Philadelphia, fl:.V2 A. M.i Now York, :: A. .on wk days a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 November 1895

STATE ELECTIONS IBS CLOBB OF AN INTERESTING POLITICAL CAMPAtN. TALE OF THE BALLOT BOX, A Full LUt of tb Stato Holding Election. Btate ttloollonn were held November i, In twelve States and one Territory, as follnwsi lawn, Knnsns, Kentucky, Maryland, Mas sachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska. New York, . New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvnnla and tho territory of Utah. Oregon, Rhode Island, Michigan, Houih Carolina and Wisconsin held ttaelr elections early In the year. The States to elei't Governors lire: Iowa, to succeed Frank I. Jackson, Rep. i Ken tucky, to soeeod John Young Drown, Dem i Maryland, to succeed Frank Brown, Dem.; Massachusetts, to succeed Frederick T, Oreenhnlg", H"p.; M p r'. to succeed John M. htone, Dem.; New .lersey, to succeed Oeo. T. Wens, Dem. ; Ohio, to succeed William McKluley, Re;,.; and I'tnh to succeed C. W, Went, Dem., Appointed by l'reeldent Cleveland. On the Democratic ticket In Utah the names of two candidates for tho United States Senate nro placed lor popular In...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 November 1895

CUPID BARRED OUT. QUE I', ft MAI IMMONIAL lAWS OF JAPAN. Etiquette Governing tlio Relations of oungMen ami Women Hefore Marriage 'o Kissing at ' the Wedding l-'east. WHEN n yonncf man wants to net married in Japan lie does not offer his henrt nml hand to the girl lis lovc, but, if on arrangement has not already i been made for him by his parents with the daughter of a neigh bor, he goes to it discreet nml trusted friend who in already married, and . 'ks that he and hi wife act as "noko ih V' or &o-bctweens, for hira in thi important matter. It is the most deli cate duty one friend can perform for another: it is the highest ot oompn ments to ask it, as it i nntnrally an evidence of complttn confidence, and the gentleman and lady who tinder take it assume responsibilities that few people in America would enre to accept. They not only aree to find suitable partner for the aspirant for matrimonial honors, but remain through life in the relation of god father and godmother to the you...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 November 1895

mt Star Hubfcriplion $1.00 per year, in admnre. C. A. WTKPHfiftWOIV. Kdltor mid l'nb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. lS!)5i An independent local piipor.piihlNhiMl every WeilncKlny nt ltcviinldivHIo, Jefferson Co. Pn., rievnicrl to I hp Inli'ii'stMof KcynohNville nnnMofferxon county. Niin-polltlciii. will trout All with fairness, nml will hcosioolully frlend ly toward thi' laboring eliiss. RulMcrlptlon prlcof l.nopcryonr.ln ndvnnr'p. Communication tntoiHlca for publication BUM bo accompanied by tho writer's name, not for publication, tint ns a irimrnnfco of good fulth. lntcrcstlnff news Items solicited. Advertising rates made known on itppllcn tlon nt tho office In Arnolds' lllock. LenKhty communications nnd olmnsn of advertisements should renoh this ottlco by Monday noon. Address nil communications toC. A. Htoph enson, Ttoynoldsvlllo, I'u. r.nferod nt. tho postoftteo nt Kcynnlrisvlllo, ra.. assocono ciiihs mini matter. The totnl voto of .Teffornon county on tho fith Inst, for Stnto Treasur...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 November 1895

mt it Star. ASul Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. HTKPIIK!MftO!f V.rtHor and IMib. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, lsiiji! Kraticltt' CTutl. Pniwenirrr trnlns arrive awl leave Keyn Oldnvlllo m follows: Allegheny Valley linihray. Enstwnrd. W'estwurd. Train, - - 0.44 n. m. ITrnln H, - 7.40 b. tn. Trnlnl, - - l.no p.m. Train 2,- 1.42 p.m. Train 8 - - ,W p. m.Tinln m, - -8. IK p.m. nitrMoi.nnvii.i.K rosT-nrncit. Mall urrlvo and lenve I ho pont-iifHco as follows: Arrlvo. Depart. rnoM tiii weot. for tiik r.AT. LIS p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.12.no p. m n.m p. m. HOM THK KAST. FOB TI1 WKST. 8.00 a. m. 2.U0 p. m.17.15 a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrive from Unthmcl and Prescottvllle 11.90 a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuemays, Thurdnys and Saturday nl 2.80 p. m. Depart for Prencntlvllle, Bathmel, runic 4.00 p. m. Office lionr 7.00 a. m. to &.00 p, m. Money order oftlcn open from 7.00 a.m. to 7.30 p. ro. Register office open from 7.00 a. m. toN.OOp. m. Will Holiday from 7.00 to&.OO a. m. and 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. — 13 November 1895

At a recent mile in England a 039 acre fnrm brought f 28,500. Four yenrs ago it was mortgaged for $70, O00. ( Tiio Xow York Journal has disrov. red tlint Andrew Jackson looked for ward to the bicycle era, for ho was tho originator of tho gooit rouds ngilntion in thin country. Franco but furnished fewer immi grants to the United States thnu nny other nation in Europe. During tho ten years preceding 1890 only about 50,000 persons left Franco for America. Tho consumption of meat in England lias increased considerably during the pnst few yours. It Uuw amounts to 119 pounds per head n year. As this is only l-8th of ft pound apiece it day, it is evident that a good many get very little meat. The Bock Island Railroad recently adopted an excellent plan to test the Lonosty of its conductors. They were informed that spotters would no longer be employed on the road, and that the money thus saved would be applied to an increase in tho wages of the conductors. Tho plan is said to be working to 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. — 13 November 1895

A Don Mot of W. B. Gilbert The author dropped into tha opera bits of a parvenue friend one evening when "Tlie Moglo Flute" wnii on the bills. After asking hlra who wrote tho music, the woman said: "MoiartT Mo Mrtf Never heard of him before. lie's Immense! Why Isn't ho here? Why Isn't he doltiR something else? Why Isn't he oomposlnn?" "Heeause lie's deooinpnsinir, tny dear indy," answered O.llliert, 100 ttenaril, 100. Ths wailrrs of this pspsr will 1m r:aart to Icaru that there 1p nt least onearesilrd liase that science has boen ahla to cure In ail iin nturiM. and that In catarrh. Hull's f'atarrh Cure Is the onljr pixltlve cure now known tu the medical fraternity. Ciitnrrli Iming a con stttutinriftL lUsr-ane, minimi a cniisiliutlunnl treatment. Hall's (.'alarrh fare Ik taken In ternally, acting tllrertly npon tha hloort nnit mm-oiia annace nf the system, thereliy de stroying the foundation nt tin, iliseiv,c, and Riving tun alietit si renth hy hullrilng np the constitution anil aslfti...

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

( RED TAPE IN SENEGAL How a Trawler Hath til That Onnntry. A yomiK Krmmli pxploror, M. Unsfam Dontint, contributes tn 1 Itovun Uloiic omo vivid lUwrlptlnim of tlin French colony of KoiiokiiI. The following Imp pencil nt Hk. Lonls, tli rnnitnl, n Hull, tinproKToaslvo Fronoh colonial town, eaten np Willi m tnpn nml nlTMnilsin. M. Uonuot tells on tlutt hn and fellow traveler wniilctt tn Inkn a Imlli. Tlioroln no establishment In thn onnitnl of tfenn. gal. Kiinior hml it tlint it wns riiwsililfl to him bitths nt th hospital. Wo linked, he snys, one of the servants t.hnro for n both. "Certainly. Take scats. Your names, surnames nml litrtltpliice?" "Hut wo only want n bnth. " "Kxnotly. Vlmt in your mini", nml whore nml when wore yon born, nml nre yon government servants, soldier ot ofllccrsf No. Well, tlio rules lo not pro Tiilo for thin. Wiitt n mitintn. I will rend tin in over ntfiiln. Yen, hero In yont cnse. Yon first iiiiikeont on stniiipcfl pa per nn application to thn governor ol th...

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

VOLUME 4. KKYN0L1WVILLE, PJ5NNV WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1895. NUMBER 2H. ,tatlriitt Plmr frith-Ira. JiKNNSYLVANlA UAtl.UoAl). IN Kt'TKCT MAY III, 1W-V Pliiliiilclphlii A Krli' Itiillrimil Division Time Table. Tniliis li'tiw liiihiMinil. i:astv.m!Ii (:ft4 11 111-T111I11 S, ilullv ciccpt Nninlny fur Niinhiliv, MiutIkIiiiii! mill liiicriiicillntosiii tlimi, ii'irlt Intf ill I'll 1 1 im 1 11 liv : Jl i. 111., Ni-W York, : J:l p. 111. 1 IIiiIiIiihii-iiI:I.1 t- ' ! wnshlintton, ::m p. 111 I'nlliiiiiii I'm lor nir from lllltiinioi t 11111I luissriiBcr conches from Kinii' to riillailclpltln. 3::w n. ni.-Trnln . rinllv except Niimliiy fur llili-rNliurir mid liilciiinilliilc smllon. nr rlvliui ill IMilhidclpliln 4::m A. M.i Nrw Vnrk, 7::tl A. M. I'lillniiiii Hci-plnn mni (mm IIiiitNIiiiii: In I'lillmli'lplilii nml Ni'w York, t'htlitdclpliin pn,,-iiucis run remain In alecper umlMiitlicd until 7:in A. M. :: p. 111. Train 4, ilnlly for Putilmry. II111 rl I111111 mill liiteriinilliiii slnHons, iin...

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

AWFUL PLUNGE TO DEATH. WENT THROUGH A VIADUCT. 4. Nineteen Person Killed by a Car Drop pins 101 Feet at Cleveland. A frightful accident happened at Cleveland shortly atler 7 o'olock Raturdny night whon an electric car containing between 20 and 30 passenger! went through the draw ol the Central viaduct and dropped 101 feet Into the river. The list of thu tlend and misting It at fullowa: " K1LI.KD. Jnmea McLaughlin, bnsebnll player, 77 Trowbridge avenue. Henry W. Mecklenburg, merchnnt tailor, 68 Mary street. F.dwnrd Hoffman, conductor, 121 East End avenue. Mrs. .loll il A. Sauernheltncr, 70 Professor ttreet. Mies Bessie Pnvla, school teacher In Backoff chool, lived at 107 Noyes street. Harry W. Foster, clerk for Hoot A Mo llrlde Company, 61 Mentor nvnue. Mr. Minnie C. Brown, 10 1 hurmnn street. i'urt Lephene, schoolboy, 00 JouuIuks ave nue. .Mm. A. W. Hoffman, 30 year old, l."08 Pearl street. Harvey HoKinan, 7 years old, 100 1'enrl street. Sirs. Martha 1'iiltner, 105 Kenllnorth ave nu...

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

MADAGASCAR. CUSTOMS AXD QUALITIES ITS INHABITANTS OF The People of the III Island Enlightened and Kind Liv ing li Cheap Woman' Position. re N unprejndfcpd etndy of the people of Madagascar will show that they have many superior qualities and have made great progress in a short time. They have not enjoyed the influences of civilization around thera as have the Japanese nor have there been any efforts worth mentioning to develop the resources of the country. In fact many parts of the great island conti nent hnve yet to be explored. That part already explored has convinced the best authorities that Madagascar, in addition to being the third largest islnnd in the world, takes first rank for the variety and magnitude of its resources. None of the native officials receive any compensation for services ren-, dered to then Government. Iheir ole reward is rank and honor, which is based on military precedence and conferred by the number of "honors." ! Ibe Brat "honor corresponds to the rank o...

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

m Stan Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. V. A. MTKFIIKnmo. FdHnr and I'nb WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1805. An Imtoponflnnt liicnl pnpnr. puhtNhnrl pvrry Wedntwlny nt Ktvnollvlllii, Jitrrmn Co. Ph., ilovnii'd to tin- IntiwttHof HcynclcN Ulc una JolTi'ronnomtnly. Nmi-polltli-iil, will t rent All wit it ritirnisH, ttwi will trt iiiot'luUy frltml 17 mwitrti1, in,' iiiinirinv ruin. BtilnHTipllon prlri'l.ili)'i yenr, In nilvnni-e Cnmmunli'ntlnn Intrtidorf for nuhllrnf loti munt lw accompnnlpd by tho wrftor'n nnmo. not for mildlriitlon. nut hh n viinrnnttw ,r rood faith. lntmtln mwnlttniftAollrltpri Advortlnlntr mtpM ntrtdtt known on applica tion nt. thn onVp In Arnoldn' Illopk. Lonelily rommunlcntlonn nnrl t'bnngp nf anvprtiRpmpntii aiiotua rvitrn tin ottico ny mommy noon. Addn nil communlrntlnnn toO. A.KIcph nnin ItftvtiitlilMVlllp. I'n. Entpn-dTdt thf potonV nt. Rpynoldnvllln, fft., m MN'unft piahn mitii itmttrr. DON'T AGREE WITH THE SPIRIT. Rev. J. H Jelbart Comments on Smith's Doc...

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