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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 December 1895

VOLUME 4. KEYNOLPSVILLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1895. NUMBER 31. Alittlroab (tints tfubU. PENNSYLVANIA UAILUOAD. IN F.FFKCrr MAY 1!), rhllndrlphlii .V Frit- Knllmait DIvlnhmTlmo Table. Train Ic.inu XHfmooil. k EASTWAKn (:(VI a m Triiln 8. dully rxi-opt fumtny fur Hunhury, lliirrl-lMirir titid Intcrmt'dliiti-Mu-tlmi. tirrlvliiK lit riilliMlHphtu p. ill., Ni'iv York, p. m. I lliililtmm,H:13 p.m.: VM-Minrtmi, 7 ::f p. nt 1'itllmiin I'urlor rir from Wlllliunport mid lmtwi'iiKi-r i-oih-Ih- fiiim Kimo to I'litliiili'lphlti. l:Iii.in,-Tnilii . dully t-si-i-pl. Pundnjr for IliirrUlmrrr unil Inlfinn.-diiitt' ntntlon, ar riving nt IMilliidi'lplilii 4:;) A. m.i N-w York, t:Xl A. M. I'lilhnun Miiplnit ram from lliirrlKhni g to riilhidf Ipliiu iintl New York. l'htliMli'lphlti pnHMcnui'i-M run rt-mnlu In ah-t-por iindlHtiivlu'd mil II 7:" A. M. p. m. Train 4. dully for Hnnlniry, llarrlH burir nnd liitorinrdlutii Miillmm, iiitIvIiik ut l'lilliidi'lpliln, II: .2 A. M.i Now York, -M A. M....

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 December 1895

THE MESSAGE President Cleveland's estions to OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS. Vnr Missionaries In the Orient Mont Be Protected. SYMPATHY FOR THB CUBANS. National Bank Not Fropoied at a Bnbiti tut for Greenbacks The Joint committee of the two house of Congress, M-ssrs. Vlln anil Allison, of the senate, and Messrs. rityno, Cnnnon and Crisp, of the house, waited on the President nt 11 A. M., Tuesday. At 13:13 o'clock the committee appointed to announce to the President the fiti't that the house had been organized and was ready to twelve any com munication he might have to make reported through Mr. 1'nyne (Hep. N. Y.,) who stated that the l'resident would communicate at once to the house In writing. Major Pruden appeared at the door and presented the rresliient'a message, which the clerk pro ceeded to read. Mr. Pruden was within the senate chamber ready to deliver the President s message, a few minutes before noon. After prayer und the reading of the mlnuti-s and approval ol tbejournni of Mondny,...

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 December 1895

A LOOK AT HALIFAX. TOINT9 OF IXTKRKST ADOUT NOVA SCOTIA'S METUOPOL19. Hallgnnlnn Manners nnrt Customs Most Hngtlah of All the Brit ish American Possessions Soldiers and Civilians. ALIFAX, nt once tbe head quarter of tbe British troupe in North America and tba principal naval station ?and summer rendezvous for their North Atlantic squadron, in unqnes- tionably more English, says the Wash ington Star, than any other British American possession. Built npon a succession of bills and npon a focky foi admitting only of limited excava tion without blasting, the town occu pies a peninsula four and a half miles long with a breadth varying from a hall to two and more miles; is bound ed on the west by the Northwest. Arm, a beautiful stretch of sheltered water, and bordered on the cast by the harbor, which, accessible at all lessons, is a mile wide abreast the city proper. MoNab's Island, with its numerous batteries of modern ordnance, whence tbe boom of a heavy gun tells the mis sion of tbe wh...

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 December 1895

Tft Stan HulMcription $1.00 per year, in iJraiee. . A. DTKFHEOtl, KAItor and Pnk. WKDN ESDA Y, DKCKM HRlt 11, ISItt. An Independent liiml pnper, pn hi lthrd every Wednewlny nt Keynoldnvllle, Jefferson To. Pa., devoted In tho IntereMnof Heynolrivllle una .Tefferwinroiinty. Non-polltlcRl, will treut All with fiilt-ntA, mid will he nnHMMlly friend ly townnNthn tailoring eltintt. Ptibfterlptlon prlcefl.nnperyenr.ln ndvnne. Communication lntnnilea for luihllcHtton munt lie srrnmpitnlvri hythe writer's nittnn, Dot (or puhlli-ntlon, but iw n fimriintee of good fultn.' Interesting news Items nollolted. Advertising rate mndn known on appllcR tlon nl Hie olHee In Arnolds' lllot-k. Ienirhty communications and rhnnffo of Sdvertlements should roach this office by Monday noon. Address all nommunlcMlonit loC. A.ftpph 6non, Keynoldsvlllo. Ia. Entered at the postofflce at Reynoldsvllle, Pa., as second class mall matter. . 1 Tk ,11.1 n ItJn In lt. country when ft boy and plowed for wheat In the fall,...

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 December 1895

qbftg Stan Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. O. At BTKPHKNNON. Kdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1805. One Dollar A Year. From this time forth The Star haa decided to adopt a new regulation gov erning the financial part of its business. And that Is to make the subscription price one dollar a year to all who will pay In advance. Those who want The STAR for that price can got it by settling 11 arrearages and paying an extra dollar in advance New subscribers will also receive the advance yearly dol lar rate. The price will romaln the same as heretofore, $1.50 a year, but a discount of 60 conts will be given those who pay in advance The Star would like all its old subscribers to avail thorn selves of this offer and as many new ones as possible. Romembor wo will stick strictly to the $1.50 a year prlco when the subscription Is not paid In ad vance. This special offer holds good until the 1st of January, 1806. fl Little ol Everything. Our fundny School teacher rcmnrk The Htte...

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

They say now that the Spanish aoldiers in Cubs sell thoir arms and munition to tbo insurgents. By a verdict in tbo Kansas City Circuit Court n man baa been bold re ponsiblo for the damage dona by a runaway horse driven by bin wife. The number of book which nro the clirpct outgrowth of the Bacon-Sbakcs-Huro controversy is given as 275, opnngh to fill tvi good-sized book- CMOS. Professor B, B. Richardson, Direct or of tbo Aro-tfcan school at Athens, Greece, advances t ie theory thnt the horrors attributed to the River Styx by the ancients were due to fever flerms, with which the locality is still Ente Field says thnt while she was In .England she was asked in good faith whether the language taught in the public schools of the United tftates wos English or Amcrlcau. 'Oh, American,' I replied." says Miss Field, " 'English is a dead lan guage. It is only learned by univer sity men who go in for classics.' " A man who kuowj, tolls the Phila delphia Record, thnt a concern in Philadelphia m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 December 1895

Always Talcing r?oM I it common oomplnlnt. It Is dim to Impure and deflnlont blood, and It ofton leads to sariou trouble. The remedy t frond In pnm, rich blood, and JUj) on trno blood puritler la iru Sarsaparilla RmafI Call "ft harmnnlnnaly with scvvts ma uuoas i Haraauarllia. IBo. The Obliging Poet. 1 wish you would put your name down for f 10 to this subscription," said the lady to the poet. "Certnlnly," he mid. "I'll put It down for nothing." Then be wrote his nnme. 'Keep your $10, Mrs. Tatklus," he add ed, a he blotted the signature. "I would not charge the charity for so light A service." Harper's Bazar. Rich, tow Jack. Mne lee means very eold weathor, than domes a high old time in akatlng rinks, and skating ponds, on slides and rides, and we go home tired and overheated. It's tho same old story of eooling offj off with wraps and on with all sorts o aohns and ptttis, rhmi mntln, nmiralifla, srintlo, Inmlmirio, inolud. lng frcsl-bltua, baoknohe, oTsn tootlianhe. They who damns m...

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 December 1895

WESSONS IN FIRST AID A TRAINED NURSE TELLS ABOUT QUICK REMEDIES. Treatment of IHaloeatlon aad Sprnlnt. Bow to Dure ft tUndnfe An Impro. 1m(1 Tonrnlqtmt Wrmt to Do In (' of Nnaebleeil and Itnran. Plm n vonr rnpnbl llttln tvnmnn md usuully "bIzoiI tip" to any ocvnnimi, but tlio euro of tlinco chlMi-en wits likely to prove n ltttlo t much for lwr. Wlion fhn nmrrliil a wiilowrr nml nn (Icrtixik tho euro of Ilia Hvo boy" nlie know thnt shn would Iinvo to face ninny unexpected Rttnntinns, ntnl Vrncrd her self to do hnr bot. bho wits not pro pnrod, however, for whnt Rlio culled the "brpukiipn" In the fnmily. Thccotmtimt rink to life nnd limb thnt five nctive, sport loving boy wuro rnpubln of wns n new fentnrn In lier yntitiH life, ntid sho felt thnt slip, wit lit iliuiRor of liwdnR her hend unless Rhe prepared herself to meet the different cnlln upou her motherly care. In her extremity rIib nppenlcd to her friend, tho trained nnroe. "Cnu't yon b,Ivo me some points," Rhe snirl. "Tell mo of ...

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 December 1895

VOLUME 4. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ltt, 1895. MJMKEIl 32. MntlronK 0Mm (fnHct. pi'.NNSYLVANIA KAIMtOAI). IN KF TIAT MAY 111, l"!l.". riillnilclpliln .V F.rli- llnllroii.l IMvl-limTlini- Tulil'. Truliis (run. Ihlfiw.MMl. KANTWAUI) 11:04 it tu-Tniiti 1, ilnlly -i- n Hominy fur Himhiiry. Itin-ir.Inor ntul liitrinn'illiiir hiu llnln, ii'rrlvinif tit riiflnilftitilii tl:r.l i. in., Ni'U ink, H:"-.! i. In. l lliillliiitinsll'.n ii.ln.t Vii-hlmMon, i t;m p. in I'liHnum I'm lor r:n fmm U illliiiii'-Txii ( ini'l itiiMM'iiKi'r rniichcrt from Kunr to riillali'lililu. 3::HI . tit. Tniln 11. ilnlly I'M't-pt Hnniliiy for llnrt'lstnii'tt mill Intriini'illiili hIiiIIohm. nr rlvtnm lit I hll idi Iililii4::m A. m.i New York, 7::t."t A. M. riilltnmi Nlrciilnir rnrM from llMrrlliiii" to I'lilliMliOpliln mill Niw York, riillmlt'lplilii iiHiiiui'rM i'iiii rt'iimln In Mi-i'iM't' mif list in Im'iI until 7:111 A.M. P:.T! . m. Trnln 4. ilnlly for Hiinlniry. IfnrrU-Init-u iiinl I Htm nii'il...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 December 1895

KEYSTONE STATE CULLING3 DEATH WARRANT READ. Iltreef County Liquor lloenaea atoteby to Be Hanged February BO. The case of Robert Moscby, colored, of Mc Donald, who to sentenced to be hnngcd at Washington, February 80, to attracting much attention. Monehy to Roiith Carolina negro Who wn employed at the Jumbo coal mine at the time he murdered hi cousin, Jnme ' M owelty, on account of a smnll debt. He la It densely Ignorant and when Hlierlff Clark read the dentil warrant to him, allowed not the least sign of feeling. He la nlwoltitcly friendless, aud there la hardly a chnnce that he will have hla earn taken before the pardon board. The death wateh baa been net By the blowing off of a "gate" at the lama or well, In Morris township, Greene county, Sir. Jennings and Mr. Coyle were severely In jured. Several other nc.u escaped without injury. The Mereer county lbiuor lleense appli cant tide yenr exceed the nnmlier of last year, although the number of liquor houeea throughout the county were...

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 December 1895

A BIG BELL I LARGEST EVER CAST OS THIS CONTINENT. f o Weigh Nearly Fifteen Tone, and to Hang la the Snbarbt of On clnnatl A Unique Feature. T IBERTYIlell is at last to have I i rival. Not, indeed, in fame, I V not in the hearts of the peo pie. In those respeots it wilt ever stand unrivalled. But, in else, at least, a rival Is now being made ready for a massive belfry in the suburbs of Cinoinnnti, where it is oon to ring ont the loudest peal that has ever vibrated upon the free air of Amerioa. The pew bell is to weigh nearly fifteen tons, and the great bell in the oatbedral at Montreal, hitherto the largest on the American continent, weighs less than thirteen tons. The largest in England, the Westminster bell, weighs abont the same, while one in Vienna, the largest in actual use in Europe, weighs about twenty Hons. The monster of Moscow, which lies broken and prostrate, weighed more than 200 tons, but it was simply huge mistake, which having failed as a bell is now used as a chapel. ...

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 December 1895

$bfte Star. Hv.btcriiiUon $1.00 )er ienr, in aiiivnrc.. P. A. X TKPIIKNNON. l:dlor and IMib. WEDNESDAY, DKCKMBKR 1M. 18l.V Anlndoxni1(nt loonlimpor, pnHIIhirt nverjr Wednpwlny n KoynnlNvllli .Jpfforfwm To. P., devotid to 1ho Intprtmtj. of Krvnnlilavllln ftnu.iHiiiM-MiniMiunl.y. Non-MtUiliiii, wllUivnt nil with tnirnoM, nml will Immnnclitlly frlrml If toward tlx InlNtrlnff rlnnn. Htilmrltln price II .00 por r"ir,ln tidvunrn. Uiiimmili-itlciti Intcnilnl for pnlrilrntlon mutt l iu''ininnlfl liy (lie writer' nnnin, not for publication, nut fi it Rtmrnntee of Rood faith, lnterentlitff neirn Item nollrlted. Advortllntt rate made known on applica tion at the olllce In Arnold' Block. Ijnnttlitr communication and rlianne of advertle'mcnt aliould reach this office lijr Monday noon. Aililn- all communlcatlona to C. A. Pteph nnn, KcvnohNvlllo. Pa. Kntered" at the potoftVe at ueynoldvllle, Pit., a second claa mail luntter. Prof. Htckti, the wonthor prophet, think that wo will hnvo another earth ...

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 December 1895

MENT 1 THE - STAR. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1S9T. V C3 I I KAU li .ucmcmDCP maT iviimrens I 1 IT 11.. T i. 1 A HOLIDAY GOODS ' Ever exhibited in Iley noldsville! When you buy a Xmaft pres- OJ, ent, why not buy a useful article, bo that the recipient will appreciate it so much the greater? For instance: Ot, A good large Silk Muffler - A Handsome Umbrella , A genuine Silk Handkerchief sS A good pair Suspenders yA late style Derby Hat from 25c. to $1.75. " 03 c. to 3.00 " 25c. to , 75 " 25c. to 75 ' 1.00 to 3.00 V OtlKir article! too numomuH to mention. All the latest styles In Hllk Neck Ties, a largo lino ot Laundriod Shirts, colored bosom, neat effects, Fancy Dress Gloves. If you are going to buy a now Suit or Overcoat soon; call and sue our line as soon as possible, as our im mouse stork in rapidly diminishing. Wo boast of the fact that u havo the reputation of Rolling Clothing and Men's Furnishing- Goods at a ' Lower Price than any merchant In thi) county. MILLIRBNS, Reynold Blocic....

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 December 1895

CASH GROCERY Price List! Finest figs per lb. 10 10 Six boxes sardine 25 Pickles per dot. 6 Fine California peaches per can 15 " " aprloou " 15 " " peart " 20 Baking soda per lb. S Pure honey " 12 Gloss starch " ' 5 Quart bottle catsup 15 California prunes 3 lbs. 25 Pure pepper per lb. 20 Spear Head tobacco per lb. 40 21 lbs. Granulated sugar for 1 00 22 lbs. light brown sugar 1 00 Arbuckle, Lion and other package coffees 20 Best patent flours per sack 1 00 Pure buckwheat flour 2Mb. sack 50 Finest evaporated peaches per lb. 10 Good " " " 7 Finest rolled oats lbs. 25o., 40 lbs. 1 00 " raisins 5o. per lb., 22 lbs 1 00 " cleaned currants 17 lbs 1 00 " mlnoe meat 3 lbs 25 " clean beans 0 lbs 25o, 80 lbs 100 " " lima beans 7c lb, 18 lbs 1 00 " Carolina head rice 5c lb,22 lot 1 00 Fine jelly, 30-lb. palls 85 Lenox or Gloss soap 25 cakes 1 00 Extra standard tomatoes per can 7 " " " 15 cans 1 00 " sugar corn 7o per can, 17 for 1 00 Very good sugar corn 5c per can, 22 1 00 Fine coffee cakes p...

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 December 1895

a Mettoee For Enkroldrim( Llaea. For embroidering on traveling cases, 'I'll put a girdle round about the earth, " or the phrase, "Traveler matt be con tent," will form eweloome variation pon the perennial "Bon Voyage. " A button bag may announce "I hud a aoul above bottom' ' Embroidered pillow Hp may allude to "The shadow of a dream," or ejaculate "Sweet sleep be with us. " A veil case may be marked, Vyaterloua Tell of brlshtneM made, Thet'e both her luster and ber hade, ' Of "The veil spun -from the cobweb." The pretty cloths which are used to keep the eara of corn hot when serving may be marked, "Cor no, which is the staffs of life." "When come is ripe 'tis time to reap," or Wbittler'a "Heap high the golden earn. " Bread cloths are marked, "Bread which strengthens men's hearts. " Ladies' Home Journal. The Mm He Wasted. A gentleman recently recommended to the notice of a city merchant a young fellow who was looking for o clerkship. Some few days after they again met, and the gentle...

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 December 1895

ft. A. E. Dunn. FOUNDED 1887. six Business Days till CMstmas ! I Wouldn't it be a good plan to do the holiday buying before the busiest days como ? Crisp, new and up-to-date goods and prices liberally reduced are dollght !ng our regulur patrons and bringing now business daily. Skates, In sizes and prices to suit all. Pocket Knives, An elegant line In two, three and four bladed knives for 2.V. Table. Cutlery And Carvers, a One assortment and not a price abovu what it ought to bo. Nickel-Plated Ware In Tea and ColToe Pots, Water Palls, Stewers. Cuspadoros, Tea Ket tles, &o. , Klelsrh Bella, lust the thing for that t holiday slolgh ride. Hand Sleds at wonderfully low prices. Iron Stone China' and Decorated Ware, and numerous other articles that will be needed during the holiday sea son. , Call and examine our stock before going elsewhere, Mnin ' fitreat. Llgbtnint and Trees. Lightning does seem to show a par tiality for certain species of trees and (Ten for individual trees of thnt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 December 1895

t it Star (6prtj)lfon f.00 )?r jrnr, offrmipf. f. A. HTKPIIKIVnON, Kdltor and IMlb. (VEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 181(5. 1..' (I 4; - " i On Dollar A Year. f From this time forth Tub Btar Iim (decided to adopt a now regulation gov erning the flnanclal part of Its business. 'And that Is to make the subscription price one dollar a year to all who will , Jpay In advance. Those who want The Ytar for that price can got It by settling all arrearages and paying an extra . k 4ollar In advance. New subscribers '. I 'Will also receive the advance yearly dol ' lar rate. The price will remain the . 'same as heretofore, $1.50 a year, but a -discount of 50 cents will be (riven those who pay In advance. TflB STAR would like all Its oldsulwcribors to avail them selves of this ofTer and as many new k, ones as possible. Homemher wo will stick strictly to tho $1.50 a year prlco ; when the iilx"M'lption Is not paid In ad vance Tt leelul offer holds good Stintll tho 1st 1 nuary, 1SIM1. ft Little ol Everutlil...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 December 1895

Reconciled, We parted whn ths ehadowa crept Along the valley, damp and olilll, And low the walling breer.es swept Around ths solitary bill i And Lot wiw beaten bnuk by VrM With angry word and bitter epeoeh, Till, pausing wham ths paths divide, TV turned In allmioo, enoh from ennh, Bare w been hppy? Wat the thing W atrore Uyt really worth the atrlfn? Whnt gifts cohld Huorn end Auger bring Bave broken vows and severed life? Ob, eeflthie yae with trouble dltnt Ob, teller glnnon, hnlt frank, half ihy I Lore '(Sup tun over at the brim, Knit (hall we lightly put It by? Deafr. lav thine hand In mine onee mora. n nerfeet mist nl Heart and mlml ! i to the happier days before, Leave we the darker hour behind. from Mfe'sdnrk path uiw hope nrn born, The Jarring dlsoords alowly cense; And through the nver-hrlKhtenlng morn Bwout Lore walks hand In hand with pence. ChamlmrV Journal THE SILENT SISTERS. They had quarreled in girlhood, mI mutually declared their itituntiou mover to epenk to each othe...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 December 1895

' Berlin mashers are now largely patronizing tiODdun tailors, Mat He! One, There b not a human being physically par foot, Muon of IbU Imperfection eomaa from heritage, maob mora from accident, neglect or Ignorance. All of thU mtM of mortal en (faring li manifest In nehea and palna of more or leas Intensity, or In some kind of unnatural dtatrme. Henae nil strive for re lief. The elmplest and anreet la of course ha beat, and true economy demands to hate It always at hand. When we know thnt an ordinary aprnln may make a cripple for life. We should aeek the best remedy at onoe, and M onoe wa know that It la found In a bottle of St. Jaonhs Oil. Those who In any way doubt thla oan experiment and be aura of Cure. Thouaauda hare dona so. Thera la mora Catarrh In thli section of the errantry than all other dt.eaeee put Unrether, f.nd until the lent few year wee atippnaed to be aonrehle. rpveereetnienyTeersdoirtorepro. bounced It a local disease ana preenribed Inoel remedlee. and by enmtantly...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 December 1895

THE BORE WAS SHOCKED. ' A nianl Letter That Reached Illm Prom the Interior lprrtment. The following anecdote is rnlntoil of Jntlgo Cox, who wns onco spcrctnry of the fntnrlort There is a cliws of pmnlo, anil a lnrfn ono, who find pleasure lu corresponding with tlw departments on trivial subjects nnd prolong tlie cor respondence Indefinitely. A nontlnmnu, lot us cnll him Mr. Jones, wm one of these pEiistnnt specimen who wroto to tbo lutorlor depnrtment. Although re plies wore timdo to his inquiries, lie nl WftjH returned to the- front with another Unimportant quoxtion. Iliscimo hecnine a subject of convpiTiition uniting the clerk, mid nt lunchlime ono day mnuo ono referred to Mr. Joiiph' nbility n a letter writer. "If I hml my wiiy,"faid n clerk, "I'd soon put mi rod to hi iioiisciiko." "How would yrrn do it?" "Why, I'd write him n Ipttnr like thin," and ho wroto an follows: DffAR Mii. Jom Your of tlio Pth innt. rroplvi'd. In ivply I nouM nny thnt your In tollwtnnl cnp.irllli nrn mth...

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