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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 January 1896

mm VOLUME 4. KNYNOLDSVlLliK, PKNN'A., WEDNKNDAY, .IANIIAUY 15, 1B. NUMKKR 35. Itcillrouf trim futile. pEN NSJYLVANfA KATM OA I). IN KFFMT MA V 111. 1W.". rittliiilclplilii ft Kile Hnllroiid Division Time Table. Trains lime Hrlftwood. KAKTWAHII 11:04 n ni Train s, dully except Htimlny fur Hiinlniry, llutrMim-ir mid IntcriucitlMtc sta tions, ii i rl v liur nf I'Mhitlelpliia ti:.M p. in., ' New York, : . 111. : Hull llnore. Hrt.l p.m.; iishlnirton, i :;m p. in rullinun I'nrlor cur from W IHIiim-poi t nnd imsseiigcl' ctmt'lic rroni iiinc to riiiiiiitciptiiu. 3..IH p. ni.- Tin In (1, dully evccpl Btindiiy for lliinishiiru nnd tlitcruii-illittc stiillons, nr rlvlhitnl I'lllholelpliln 4::iim. w, Xew Voik, 7:'M A. M. I'nllimin Hleeplior curs f i-otn tltirrltmrg to riillmlclplilu mid New York. lMilliiilclplilu pu"i'niri'r etui remain In sleeper undisturbed until 7:en A. M. p. m. Tralu 4, dully for Hittitniry. llnrrls burg mid lutcrmctlliite stations, arriving at riillnilclplilii, ili.Vi 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. — 15 January 1896

ENGLAND'S CRISIS. Belief That Emoeror William's Attltn tvU Wot Intended to Provoke War. The gravity of the polltlcnl crisis In r.ng land la increasing Inktomi of diminishing. The attitude of Emperor William townrd Great Britain In the matter At Dr. Jameson's frcebooting expedition Into tho Transvaal, tlpon closer atmly, aroma to liavn boon de lllieratcly and carefully planned. TheTrnns aal Incident, It would appear, was only the rret xt Muni upon ly the emperor In order to enter the Hold as an active opponent ol (treat llrltaln'g policy of aggrandizement In Africa, anil her little misunderstanding with King Prempoh. of Ashantl, together with her support of Italy's warfare against Abyssinia, nre believed to linve been the Irrituting fen (ttres which Unfitly Induced hla majesty to show hi hand. Of course thin In only a sam ple of the rumors In circulation hero, hut It shows tho drift of the. wind, and has served to Incense, the British to a degree not wit nessed since war with Russia ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 January 1896

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. BIAKIXO SUnSTITUTRS FOR MISS ING LEGS AND ARMS. An Industry That Is a Boon to Hu manity Various Processes of ' Manufacture Described Cost of Replaced Members. "7T CCIDENT trill (.imnon und r&A .1..1 A - 1.1:..-. T a avft unuvjLi siu a. 11 ra ii himiiiii?ii,iiiii the fcttificial article is truly a blcssinc. It appears to be a difficult task to de termine the date of the first appear ance of this great boon to humanity. For ccntnries the unfortunate cripple was an object of pity, neglected and entirely at the mercy of the unskilled urgeon. Crnde and cruel methods were nriopted by the ancients in cut ting off a limb. It was not nntil the seventeenth century that any humane means of stopping the hemorrhage was discovered. Previous to thnt, after a leg or arm had been knocked off by the use of a mnllet and a chisel, the stamp was scared over with rod hot irejjs Jo stop the flow of. the blood, i And even after all , tliis torture 'the sufferer was compelled to hobble...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 January 1896

tiuhncription $1.60 per enr, in adranrt. C. A. TF.ri!HN0. fsrillnr nnil Pnh. WEirNKHDAV. ..AmTakYbTWhiT AnlnriVponrlcnt hwnl pnper, published every Wednesday nt KeynoMwvllle, Ji'llVrson Co. a . rlovotprl to the Interests of ItcynoMMVllle pnri 'ifr"rycnnn1v. Non-polltlrpl. will front nil with fairness, nnH will ncopechilly friend ly toward the liiltorlnif class. Hulwrlptlon prlretl.Wneryrifir.ln ndvnnre. Communication Intended for polillcntlon mnst o iic-ompiinled by the writer's nmnr, not for publlrntlon, hut ns n guarantee of good faith. Interesting news Item solicited. Advertising rates ntudn known on appllcn tlon at t he otflce In A molds' Work. Lenghty communications nnd rhnnge of advertisements should reach thin otllco hy Monday noon. Address nil communication toC. A. Steph enson, ItcynoliNvlllo, I'n. Entered at the postofHce at Keynomsvlllc, Pa., as second claim mall mutter. Wra. M. niow. of nig Run, Ropub llcan candidate for the nominntion for sheriff of JotTprson county, sub...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 January 1896

Subscription $1.60 per year, in advance. C. A. ftTKPIlKNftON, Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. 189fl. traurltra' nttt. rassrnpfni oldivillo a X. All V T.MVK Passeneor trains arrive and leave Reyn- oldivillo at follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. 8.44 a.m. Train . 7.40 a.m. - l.Oli p. m. Train 8,- -142 p.m. n.37 p. m. irain iu, - n.tw p. m. i nievtrni.narTi.i.K posT-orrrcs. rnprlvfi And litava thn nntt-nfflm aa oDws: Arrlv Tlonflrt. mOHTHlWrCT. FOR THB CAST. 1.16 p. m. - m " 00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - A.SOp.tn. rnoM titk st. ron Tni west. I. M a. m. - 1.00 p. m. 1 7.19 a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from Kathmel and Proacottvllle II. 80 a.m. Arrives from Panic Tuesday, Thtirdays and Hntnrdnys at S..K) p. m. Departs for l'rescottvlllo, Rathmcl, Panic J.OOp. m. Ofn hours 7.00 a. m. to s.oft p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to T.30p. m. Register offlco open from 7.00 a. m. to 8.00 n. m. IpiiU HolldaT from 7.00 to 00 a. m. and from 13.00 to a.do d. m. E....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 January 1896

i It eosts four times ns much to gov ern American cities as is spent for the en mo purpose In European cities, tt tuny often bo the means of saving life to remember the dictum, thnt " tnnn struck by eloctricity should bo treated as if drowned." Most women collego graduates teach or marry, in either of which case, the AtlnntA Constitution thinks tlioy are rising to good advantage what they have learned. Oscar 8. Strauss, who was United Slates Minister to Turkoy during Mr. Cleveland' first administration, thinks that there is not the slightest dnngor of the partition of Turkey by the powers for a long while to come. President Harper, of the Univer sity of Chicago, pointed out as the ' radical defeot of the publio schools of the country .that they dual with chil dren en masse, and try to make each Co u form to cast iron onrriculum, in stead of dealing with each individual according to bis capacities and weak nesses. Over $14,000,000 will be at the dis posal of the Institute of France, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 January 1896

Feed The tierves upon pure blood. and they will be your faithful servants and nnt tyrannical tnflHtnnii you will not be nervnna, but strouir, eheerlnl and happy. To hnva pure blooJ, nnd to keep It pure, take Sarsaparilla Hooct'B PHI cure nil Liver ills. i cunts. Karllest Vegetables Always ray. That's ro, the oilltor hours Mr. Market OnrtnAr say. Woll, why rton't you have them? Rlmply because yon don't plant Balf!r's Northern ffrown seo.ls. His vegeta bles are brud to earllness nod they aever dis appoint you. flnlzcr In the largest grower ot yegetnb'es, farm seeds, (trasses, cloven, po tatoes, etc. Ir too Witt. COT TBI OCT AMD SIXD IT TO the John A. Salser Heed Co., La Crosso, Wis., with 10 postal, yon will (ret samp'.e pack aire o( Early Bird lla llau (ready to 10 days) and thnir great catalogue. Catalogue alone, So. postaxe. ' (A.) Educate mn without religion and you make them clever devils. FITS mopped tree by lin. Ki.iXK'emirtT f miva Kksthiikr. Nn tits after first day's use. nrv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 January 1896

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Tnplfl For Ilia Writ ll(lnnlii .Inn. 10. Ciiliitnrlit hr !!. B. II. IxtTln. Torn'.- fci'ivts nf utt-img lltrtw.-J.tikn fit, 10-SS. (A tt'tniwrniicti minting iiifjixl...) Tho ulrniiH lifo orrliitritptw Hint is sot tt'furo iin In mir tnjili'iil rrfcrimi-n ns tmr lunnVl fur flliiUnii tlm siwi'Ih nf strung liven In tlmt nf .1hil llin lliiplint. Ilitril ly cnuM n lirttrr Imvn lio'ti rlu-"n, itr tioulitrly iipiily Hi" mlijivt of tMninr nnw. Wo tint only Imvo tlm Ufn nf .Inlm im tiwtininur of tlm iinliilitY nf IiIn plinr nolor, Imt wit Imvn it ri'iitiu tiilili' ilwlnrn t Inn i f til" Iioril Jllinwlf III fnvnr nf tills uphilim. Thin In it i1i'iiKiint li'sll inuliy, (ihi, frniii tint fuel, tlntt It mum Itftitlrllmtt' to.lnlin Jiinf nftir Itn Itml inlitimtiil Ills ilinilif roiiriMiiitiK t'lirlnt.. Ill tint Iilnlirit toriimnf uiiiikmihiitiI pnii flili'llt'tt (111 M fprnliH nf lilm, 1 ' lilt llifC tluit "Mining tlinsit Unit urn limn nf wmni'ii, llii ro In lint ii KivntiT jir...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

IP p4 VOLUME 4. IfKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1890. NUMBER 3G. 1 ,tnUrit Chit ffnbli-e. PENNSYLVANIA KAir.HOAI). IN KFFIOM' MAY HI, IWKi. IH.tl.1..t..l.l J. r..l I llWUl.mTIi' TnWe. Trillin Ii-im' Diiflwond. I KAKTWAHU ' 0:14 a m-Tniin C dully except Knniliiy foi Hiinliuiv. 1 1 it tWhiiij iiihI tiiicinu-iHiiii- sin- ! tlnii". ii'irlvlnu ul I'IiIIikIi Iplilu p. pi.. I New Vm k. :23 p. m.i lin It Iiikiit. l: l" p.tn.i I Wiislilnulon. I:. HI n. Ill I'iiIIiiiiiii I'm Inl I III i from Yllllii?nint nnd iiscii;:cr couches fniin Kane to l'hlllldellllil. 3:3!i p. m. Trnln (I, dully except "midiiy fur llitrtlsiiuiu nun iiiii'iiniMii.nt sin is, iii- kvlvlnu at IMilli'ilclpltlii 4i:n . m.i Now Vorli. i :33 A. M. riilliiinii rMocpina; curs irotti Ilio-rlsliiirH lo Philadelphia Mini New Vol k. litlnili'lphMt ui-sfni:rrs rim remain in t'H't IIIKIISIIII'IITII lllllll ..' A. M. 'i.fdi. m. Train 4, dully fur auiihury, Hnrrls- I li-H-i! ami Illicit Hull' l III liilti. lirrlvlIlK ill ...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

1 UIBI OS FROM 1 CM. THE GOLD SYNDICATE. Its Final Dissolution Annonnoed by Banker Morgan. 1 tin government bond syndlnntn linn Iwn dissolved. Mnmbers nl thn syndicate re ceived In their mnll on thn 13th n eln-u-lnr biter from J. I'. Morgan A Co., relens Inic tlmm from their commitments to fur rdsh tlmir pro rut n' lnn.OrtO.OilO In gold nnd n second tldO.OOO.OiK) If desirable, tak ing their payment therefor In 4 per eent. govnriimcut linn. I. Accompanying this let ter win n circular explaining why the syn illi'ato wns formed, wlint action wns taken on Its behalf, nnd why It Is now dissolved. The tfiwin given for th dissolution of tho syndicate Is that tlm syndicate contract nulled for n Mil of "nll or none," nnil, thcn f re, Mr. Morgan win unwilling to make n b d iitilr thn pn-sent circumstances, as lm might seem to I'ti'Ml for consideration by tlm scrctnry tlin throwing nut of smaller bids imnln lii good fnlth under tlm public nil. The only emergency, In Mr. Morgan's Judgment, whic...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

Vr GOWNS IN SEASON, WHAT liKAP YEAR 19 PRODUC ING. IN WOMAN'S GARMENTS. Happy Combinations In Materials for Basque Waist for Women and Blisses' Norfolk Unique Cape Collar and Mult. ILLUMINATED serge in a stylish mixture of golden brown and delft bit) e is charmingly com bined with brown velvet in the two-column illustration. The nttrao-tive-lookipg waist is provided with glove-fitting linings that close in centre front, the fullness of the ma terial being disposed in overlapping plaits of the lower edges on front and Lack. The fronts are slashed in "V" IADIES' BASQUE WAIST. - . ehape from shoulders to bust, expos ing faoings of velvet placed on the lining, the edges being finished with the sequin trimming. A long "V" haped vest is exposed between the front edges, the vest being sewed to the lining on the right and hooked in visibly over on the left. The stock collar ends in loops at the back, two Paquin points of velvet, edged with . sequins, flaring widely apart in front. A roll of...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

mt Star. Subscription $t.fO ftrr year, in (idvanre, C. A. ftTKPIIKXftO, Killtnr mi1 l'nli. WEDNESDAY. JANUAUYTsoiT An Independent locnl pnpor,pulillh"d every Wednewlnv nt KrynoldHVllle, Jefferson Co. I'll., devoted to tin- IntcrpNts of Hi'ynolilHVllle anrt inHinn county. Non-polltlcul. will tat. nil with ftilrnrKs.nnrl will In especially friend ly toward lite liilsirlnR dims. ftiihscrlptlnn prlrel.inperycnr,ln ndvnnce. (Vitnmiinlrallon lntriirii'0 for puMlcntlon muM l Hrrompnnlrd liy tho writer' mime, not fur publication, hut i n mmrnnteo of Koodfnlth. Interotln news Items solicited. Advertising rntes mndn known on applica tion nt the office In Arnold"' Murk. LenKhty conimunlcntlon and chnwrn of advertisements should reach this ofllce ly Mondny noon. Achlrc nil communications to C. A. Htcph Gnon, Hiynolclvlllo. Pn. Entered nt. the postolnco nt Reynoldsvllle, Pa., as second clnss mnll mntter. Tho now flnpr will contnln forty-five stars, one more since the admission of Utah. tt Is unt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

Subscription $1.60 prr yrar, in adranee. C. A. HTKPIIKNftON, Kdltor nd Pub. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1806. travtltr' Wutt. PdHiinmr trnlna Rrrlv and leave Rovn oldsville as follows: Allcahenv Valleu Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train 9, - - 6.44 a. m. Train (, - 7.40 a. m. Train S, 1.42 p. m. Train 10, - - M8 p. m. Train I, - 1.00 p. m Train 8 - - ,l7 p. m nit r !ot.rmvii,T.ii ronT-orrtoii. Malls arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart. rom tna wfst. ronTiiAST. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - .20 p. m. rnoni rnr kabt. rontnawicsT. I. 00 a. m. - 8 00 p. m. 17.10 a. m. 1.16 p. m. Arrives from Kathmol and I'rcscottvllle II. 80 a. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdays and Hatnrdnya at 2.30 p. m. Departs for I'rcscottvllle, Kathmcl, Panic B.OO p. m. Office honrs 7.00 a. m. to s.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to T.S0 p. m. Register office open from 7.00 a, m. to fl.no p. m. Legal liolldavs from 7.00 to s.00 a. m. and from 12.00 to a.OO o. m. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

Analysis show that the quality of ' Amcrienn cum ii still far tuperior to tliHt of Europe. -i London bus nt pri-sont twenty-throe paupers tii every 1,000 inhabitant), wmou initio highest proportion since 1882. According to recent statistics rail road accidents in thia country kill more trampi than any other kind of people. Chicago ia very much interested in n attempt to crowd down the street oar fures to three cent. The street car companies say that it would rain them. Tho British Consul at Tokio says tbnt while the Japanese are making many very cheap goods in competition with British and American manufac turers, they are also wry poor goods. Dr. Albert Shaw, editor of the Bo view of Reviews, told the New York Assembly's franchise comraitteo that in Europe he observed that cities were fully alive to the valuo of franchises, and were accustomed to get their full value for the benefit of the public. If Hor Majesty Quoen Victoria called all the policemen of Euglnnd, with their officers...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

N. Nerves repinilnponthblwl tor sustenances. Thara fore if the blood In Impure they are; Improp erly fed nnd nervnns prostration results. To make pure, blood, take HloocS s Sarsaparilla TrieOnnTnio Blood Pitrifler. 1; (I for tS. U..JI. Dili e,r habitual constipa- A lnte olBdnl report shows t tint, con trary to common belief, eases of re-Ilk-Ions ninnla nre r(re In t1io ItrltNh Isles. It also discloses the rtr.tiiBe fnct that more mental aberration Is devel fpol among the tribe of peddlers thnn SmonR any other olnss, physicians and niitiflsts eoinlnc next. Melancholia prevails moot In Ireland. "It Is always best to lie on the rlirht Ide," remarked the nlnnip speaker ivhen he heard of the election uf the man he had been ndrocntlns. Drawn Out, The pain of a xnmll bum can be easily rx 1 meted by placing It near heni, which draws tt out. Ono tools tho pain Koini; out as It wcto, and this illustration explains a broad principle of cure ol many tbinirs. For ln stnmw, in a sprain, Severn or...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 January 1896

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Tople Fr tha Werk llrflnnlni Jn. . Cnrnniflit by Hut. H. II. Doylr. Twin, Itnw unit why wn uli.mM hwtlfy fur Ohii-it. I .Inlin Iv, IS. ( A iiKi'tlng for ninwlnl thoKiiht lit llm Hirliitfl liii'tnlnn.) TVntifylng forUhrlBt loiieif tlm lm port niit iltitli' of tluwe who Iwllnvo in CliriHt. It in olio of tlin cflluii'iit wiiyit liy vrliloh thn nosi'l wrm niul still in .promt nmoiiK iiirn. (Jlu-int tcilil Wn iliHiplrs tlmt. tlmy worn to teitlf of Him. Tlmy lmd won Him ntul llin,vmln, mul thoir vpry linpcivtiiiit work w.w to m ntimit tolling Avlmt tlicy know mid Imil won tlmt they ini:lit intliimco ntliorn to Iw eonic His iHsoipli. Thin t.'tlf.vlil for IMirlut wnn t ho rvent. lnisino' of tlioir IIvps. Thoy llvoil for IIiIm. Thoy pniToroil for this, ion! tlioy worn ovon propnrori to rtio fur It. To iisviTf it' over it ml over HKnin thi'V pnvo up nil that ourth I111I1M dour mul ttmo mul mr:i!ti otionuntoroil tlw BtrmiPHf oppiwitinii. '1 heir ltvon honhl bo n cotiHtmit. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

VOLUME i. YNOL1WVILLK, PKNN'A., W MlhNKSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1W. NUMIfKii 37. "M ItMllvotth (fttnr tTnblr. JKNNSYMNIA HAlUinAl). 1M Kn'lJT MAY H'. I!1"'. I Itfl-1 1 l f A I'.rlc CmIImiimI IMvMmiTlm.' Tlllili!. Trillin I'll' l- llllflvoml. I AS I'H Al(l) ll:W ii ni-Tinin s. ilit t ly -- tt Pimiiiiy on Hiinblirv. IIii'tM'HI:! lili'l ln:i'. lm itlnte Mil tlmn. ii'i i l liiu lit I'lillmli Iplilu il: ::i i. in., i'W Yin U. 11:1 i. in. I ltiillliiMiii',H:l"i . in. I WiisIiIiil'Iiiii, V::i p. in I'iiIIiiiiiii I'm I ur ft-olil llllillil-'pfil-l lillil pris-.t'lrrnr ccnelic from Kiiih' In I'lillnilclpliln. H::it p. in. Train 1. ilnlly cx'ciil Ctiii'lny fur llai'ilNliiii-ir mill Inlrt mnllnti' sinilniw, nr rlvliutut IMillinli lplilii 4:: .. M.i. Ni'v Vm U, T:;ci a. m. riiiiiniin siii'iiinii ii i rniin lliiM llini'ir to I'lilhiilclplilii mill New 't t-l . IMtllnili'lpliln piiMsi'itui'iH run remain In sleeper imilWIiiilii'il iinlll 7:'l A. M. 9:M p. in. Tinlii 4, ilnlly fur finiliiiiy, llinil lii i-...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

CASUALTIES HND CRIMINAL DEEDS. RAILROAD WRECKS. Engineer and Fireman Killer) and Six Pus eagers Injured. The locomotive of the New York. Chicago and M. I.eiils express, on the Pnnliniullo from Pittsburg to Ht. Uouls, blew up at South Charleston, Oliln. Wednesday morning, while running fa) miles per hour. The enrs we tel. wnped, and all left tliu track except one sleeper. Engineer Clark Kimball mid !''lremnn Jns. Walters, of Columbus, were Instantly killed, The train was heavily loaded, and 4 passen gers were hurt, mnnv of them badly nnd n few fatally. The Injured nrn being cured for at Charleston. Among the passengers seriously hurt were Win. T. Wallace mid Wm. Hplccr, of Harri sonburg, Va.i Charles Mayer, en route to Tyler, Tex. i Ann II. llamscv. of New Athens, O'.t Mrs. ('. E. Il.'ib'll and II. D. Delock, of Zanesvllle, ., and (lav and I. Hy Cochran, of Sprlnulleld, Ind. Joint Corns, of lnillan npollsi iieorge flam nnd John Torrence, postal clerks, were also badly injured. FAVOR ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

ISLE CUBANS LOVE. WEALTH ANl URAUTY OF TI1E liASDTHEY FIGHT FOR. Command the Immense American Mediterranean It Three Nat ural Division An Ineradl eable Love of Liberty. IMAGINE the distance from New York to Chicago and a conception cnn be had of the length of Cuba, ( from Cape Mayci on the east, where the present insurrection com menced, and where the AUinnca wu fired upon last March, to Cape San An tonio, 700 miles to tho westward, to ward which the revolution spread, saj a a correspondent of the Washington 8tnr. Between these point extend the most beantiful and largest of the An tilles, whiob, from its centrally located position, could command the naval and comtneroinl supremacy of the immense American Mediterranean. Its 1800 miles of sea coast is broken by numer ous harbors, which for ease of entrance and seourity of anchorage would make other countries commercially prosper ous. Nature has divided the island by north and south lines into three equal parts. The easternmost of thes...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

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