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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

mt -fr Star Subscription tl.SO per .voir, in advance. V. A. nTKPHKNftON. Kdllor nnd Pub. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2l. 18im. Passenger trains arrive nnd leave Reyn oldsvlllo mi follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train, - - s.44 a. m.lTrnln S, -7.40a.m. Train I, - l.no p. m. Train I, 1.42 p.m. Train II - - ft.flT p. m.Traln 10. - -0.4s p.m. intrsot.nsvii.t.s post-oftics. Malls arrive and leave the post-ofllre as follows: Arrive. Depart. mnM THl Wr.OT. rORTHSKAST. l.M p. m. - - T.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m .20p. m. mma ma kast. roa rnit wrsx. (.00 a. m. - - t.oo p. m.lMS a. m. - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from Kathmel and Prescottvlllo U.aoa. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thnrdays and Saturdays at t.tfi p. m. Iepurls for Prescottvlllo, Rullimi'l, Panic S.OOn. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. tnS.flflp. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.S0p. m. Register offlfo oien from 7.00 a. m. to s on p. m. Legal llolldavs from 7.00 toS.no a. m. and from 12.00 to a.tfo D. m. K. T. MeUAW, P...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

Brldice Builders. I We tralld a bridge of truiit From night to morn, A mvsUo aroh of dreams Till dy Is bom. IfebalM abridge of trust From friend to friend, And ofton break the span We cannot mend. balld a brldgo of trust From shore to shore, And shadow figure stoal across At ponce forevermore. A. Munroe to Detroit Free Tress. The Old Cherry Farm. t HKT.EN WHITNEY CLARK. "8cch roodiklis thing to do!" do dared Aunt Luraiuey Mulford. "I ah'a'd say Hnzot wasn't iu her sane Tbe Mulford connection, fur and sear, were torribly exorcised over tbo fact tbat Hazol Heatuorton hnd in vested nix hundred dollars for the old Cherry Farm. "An old place that ain't wurlh hacks," thny assorted. When Undo Hezekiah Mulford died, leaving a thousand lollnrs to ch of his two unnmrriud niecos, tho two girls wore looked npon ns hoir eeesby the numerous kin-folk living in and around the little village of Dripping Springs. Bat when Hazel, in spite of all op position, insisted on investing six hundred dollars o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

A Nation of Co (Tea Drlnkrra., The Amerlinna are colTpp-drlnklnii (pooplft. The Inst flsenl yenr the vnlue ',of coffoo Imported Into the United ! Stntpsj rxreedotl the velno of any othrr mnffie. nrtlclp, nmountlng to ft totnl of ?iHI,i:w,717. Ordlnnilly tmgnr stands at the hrnd of the list of Imports, but the excessive Importations of sugar In 181)4 In mitli'lpntinn of the tx Im posed by the tariff cttt Importation! down from MliS.SlW.fW'i n ls4 to $77,. 78S.727 In lSDo. During tho current fl'.enl year a Inrpe Inorvnse In the rov enus mny be Anticipated from Increased receipts from sonar duties. Tho Unforeseen. If wo eould only foresee, what misery might be prevented. Ono of the many chroniclers of evonts In the life of Napoleon says he lost Waterloo from a pain In his back, being uoflttod th'Tony for personal direction of the haltlo. It Is Always tho un expected that mars the best anticipations, and thus so many business mon, laboring mn or nomcn, printed for success, are 1nk"n dow...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 January 1896

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Tople For lha Werk llinnln Feb, -Comment hj lire. B, II. Doyle. Tono. IitKirt.nitiiRi.tli(T with Owl. I. Cop. Ill, 6-3S. (Orlntlan Knlrnvor day.) This torilo in a very nprirnprintA mm for thn fifteenth nnnivorxnry of tlio ori gin of tlio Chrintiiin Kiuleuvor move ment. Fifteen yen iik thero wore two soeletieR unit 04 tuenilwrs. Tniliiy thero nro 41,000 noclntioH, villi n nininlirrsliip of 8,00il, 000. fMich a nun velimn (.Tnwlh etui only lm neonnilie.l for liy nrknnwl pdRiiiR tlio liiimt of (ioil to havo been in tlio origin mill pnipiiu.ii! mil of tliii nir:t wnvunit nt. Yet Moil u.-vil I ho IiiuhIh of nirn to rnrry fnrwunl IJih mk. II luia been n ilivino luimiiii movement. Tlio hnmi of (iml nnl 1 1 i ( r tiuml of man Wein both in il. In tlii pvc.xt movf iii' :it, ns ill nil finiiliir one, mill mini voik eil toother ns cuhibnnrM. Men must nlvayBli("lal)orerstoKoth er Willi Woil" if tlioir wm k in miivchs f nl. This is tlio fact Unit l'mil niplm sizes in the topic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

lie VOLUME 4. KKYNOLDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, FtilMtUAKY S, 1B0. NUJIBEK 3H. llrtllrenK rim PatiWe. pKNNSYLVANIA UAII.HOAl). IN EFFECT MAY ll, lH!l.i. Philadelphia A Erie llnllnind Division Time Table. Trillin lenie lirlfinisMl. KASTWAIIU 0:14 n m Trnln . llty except Hnmlny for Hiinliiiry, lliiniahiirii nnil Inici niiillntc stn llinia. iirrlvliiii lit riilhiili'liililH p.m.. New York. i. tn. t Iliiltltimrc.Silit p. in. I VhIiIi'I"II, T p. m I'lillinim I'm lr on from W llllnni-IMiii mill piiiscniicr mucin's from Knnotn riillmli'lplilii. 3::tn p. tn.Trnlii , dally except Hnmlny for llnlil.-hili nnil Inlet nlcillulo still Inn, nr rlvliiKiil IMillndclphlii ::IA. M.i New York, ':.U A. M. I'nlliiiiin Hlceplnit rum fmm linn Ixlinru to riilliiiMphln ihkI New link. Vhlhiilclphln pn-n'iiircru nil fMiinlll III sleeper undlsliirlH'il tint 1 1 7:im A. M. B::n p. in.-- Train 4, tin 1 1 y for Hiiiibuiy. Harris lnny nnil InlcriiicilliiH' slntton, mi i l Inn nl Phlliidclphlii. il:''! A. M.i New Y...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

THE LATEST NEWS FriOM WASHINGTON NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Vhat U Going On la the - Departments Capital Notes. The lighthouse tender Maple, bcnrlng the President nnd pnrty.oomprlslng Dr. O'Hellly, his physlolnn, nml Cnptnin I,nmberton,Nnvnl Inspector of Lighthouse, nnehored about two nng half mllos tooth of (Junntlco, Vn., Wcdnesdnv. The pnrty worn the guests of Cot Webster Waller, whoso flui-k fi-edlng grounds nml numerous blind nre reporb-d to lie among the best along the Potomac lllvor. The member of tho party worn astir early. Shortly after their arrival thn decoys wore et, nml tliey licgan the onslaught on tho ducks. The sport continued for almost two hours, when low tide neei-ssltnted a post poncmcnt until tho afternoon, when the sport wa re sumed. During the morning hours tho pnrty are reported to have killed oft ducks. The weather was delightful and the wnter very calm. The President went ashore during the fore noon ami spent somo time In oonvcrsntlon with his host, Colonel Waller. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

) I ICE YACHTING. Host exhiijArahiso or all WINTEtt SPURTS. TravMIng it the tl te of a Mile Minute The Vtu-.r Apotheosis of Motion Construction of Ice VA-.'hU. B1 E who has nolboen ice yacht ing is blessed in that be bas new sensation to experi ence something to live for. To ride on the wings of the wind At a tate that sets one dizzy, so great is its peed, and yet to ride, or rather to glide without Jolt or a jnr, bnt with friotionlem smoothness as easy as a bird's (tight, is the very apotheosis of notion. Man has invented nothing to beat this; the exhilaration of a ride in the eab of a cannon-ball locomotive, the zest of sitting behind a team of record-holding trotters, the keener joys of a gallop 'cross country, the de lights that a free sheet and a flowing 'Wind bring to sailormen, must all yield to the sense of intoxication con tained in the flight of the ice boat. Like the honse in Why to Melville's Iioem, the ice yacht is "not much to ook at, bnt a good 'un to go." Adorn it an...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

m Star. Subscription $l.RO per vent, in arlrnnre. C A. ftTKFIIItMftO, Hclllor mill lilh. W K I ) N ES DAY, K K 1HUJAUY 5. mm. A n tnileemlent luenl pnjM-r, puMMirrt every WcilmvMliiy nt Heynolilnllle, .lelTi-ion Co. Ph., devoted to the Interests of ItevnohNvllle Aiiu.ieleiMiii-oilllty. Notl-polillriil, will t relit All wiin Tiiirm', nnil will beespeelnlly friend ly towAfd the hiliorlnff i-lnss. Riihsrrlptlon prli-e1.onperyenr,ln nrtvnnco. Commonli-ntliin Intendi'il for puhlh-ntlon mil... '.,.1 . m.npunled liytho writer's tinine. not for pitlillentloii, hut a n stinrniitee of good full n. Interest Inn news Item solii-lted. Advertising rnte rmide known on sppllrn tlon At. the onVe In Arnold' Hlork. I.enffhfy eonimnnlriitlons mid ohnntfe of Advertisements should much till otllee liy Mondity noon. Address hII rnmmiinloAtlons InC.A. Steph enson. KevnoliNvllle, I'a. Entered At the postonioo t. Reynoldsvllle, Pa.. Asseeond i-Iasm mall mntter. Tlio Democratic National ronvi-ntlnn will bo ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

( ( Subscription $1.60 per year, in advance. O. A. WTKPHKHWOH. Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1800. traveler' OTntl. Passenrer trains arrive and leave Kovn- Otavllle an follows: A lleahe.nv Valley Railway, Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 6.44 a. m. Train 1, - 1 nop. tn. Train 8.5 p. m. Train , - 7.40 a. tn. Train 2, - 1.45 p. m. Train 10, - - MB p. m. BKYtlOMWmi.l.B rosT-orrtcii. Mall arrive and leave the post-office aa follows t Arrive. Pepart. THOU TUB WKST. rORTHSEAST. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 113.90 p. m - R.20 p. m. TBOTHSST. KOBTB1WSBT. 1.00 a. m. - - 8.00 p. m. 17.19 a. m. 1.15 p. m. Aitiym from Rathmcl and Prosrottrllle U.SOa. tn. Arrives from Panto Tuesdays, Thurdays and Bnttirdnys at 8.80 p. m. Departs fur PreacuttvUlo, Kutliroel, Panic S.OOjp. m. Office hours 7.00 a. in. tos.00 p. m. Money order office open from 7.00n.m. to 7.80 p. tn. Register office open from 7.00 a. m. to h.ui p. m. Iegnl Holidays from 7.00 tos.oo a. m. and from 13.00 to a.fo p. tn. K. T. Mt'O...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

The Bravest Battle. I The bravest bnttle thnt evor m fought I Rhnll I tell yon where and when? On the maps ot the world you will And it Dot "Two fought by the mothers ot men. Kay, not with cannon, or bnttle thot, With aword, or nobler poni Kay, not with eloquent word or thought, From moutha of wonderful men. But doep In a welled-np woman' hoart Ot womnn thnt would not yield, But bravely, silently, bore her part Lot there la that bnttloflold. No mnnhallng troop.no blvouno aong No banner to gloam and ware i But, oh I these battles, thoy last eo long From babyhood to the gravel Yet, faithfully still as a bridge of stnrs, Rhe fights In her wnllodop town Flghtson and on In the endless wars, Then silent, unseen goos down. 0 ye with banners and bnttle shot, And soldier to shout nnd praise, 1 tell yon the king-Host vlrtorios fought Were fought in these silent ways. 0 spotless womnn In a world of shnmo! With splendid and silent scorn, 00 back to Ood a white as you same, Tho klngllost warrior...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

An Aplnry In Prison. The Artf.ona tr-rltorlal prison nintiaire tnpnt liaa embarked in a boe-kpcplnn ex periment. In which the jirlaonpra will lie employed. An apiary, with twenty fire atanda of bee. Ima been Installed, nd It la euppcted the business will prove profitable. A alnule hive at the prison la anld to have last year pro duced 200 pounda of honey. It prolv ably Indiicea cnrlona aenHatlona and many vain lonaliiR In tlin prlaonera to tee the beea fly aerenely nnd at will over the prlaon walla and yet return of their own volition to their home with in. Jn HnntrbOQWl Stntet). In Btatee and Territories whore nn- end Ice last all the long winter through, where men are much eipoeed nnd suffer much (mm cold, It la a wonder they do Hot provide better against Home ol the eoneqnrni-s. In soma lumber camps, eh-.iprra Hand ell lny in knre-doop snow with naif froiwn few. The feet are much more tender thnn tho Imnds from being covered up nil the time. Mm are ofln Inme ell mimmer Irotn the ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 February 1896

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR, Tuple For the Wrrk llrglnnlns; b. V, Cninmeet by rtv M, , Ihnle. Tona 'tirlnt' warning.--MiiMi. vll, 111 27. A mi'iiinrjr rni'thiff kiikki'hIi iI.) Two things nro niH-cHHiivy to our liost inooiiriigriiient mid ilnvclnpiiii'iit. ill Christian chiuncter. Wo iniiHt he in ati'iii'ted in the Christian life nml nn rnnriiKed liylhn blessedness ami huppl licss of ililt'lity to Ond, anil, further more, wo must 1m Htlniutati'd by being faithfully Wiitned ng;iiiist tint evil noii seqni'iicns suio to follow if We ilo not faithfully servo the Ijonl. ClivlNt was f.iltliful In wainliig His pnripln n well IH hnliliiiH out inilneo niMits In the way of the pnvloua oimii Wn of lli'il. , H in a iintieenhle fuel that the wiii-iiing of I 'hrixt nml of (I'xl's word nn not omili!isl'''il lul:i y they j xmed to be nml n liny nmlmililecliy sin in M lie. If Clirmt thonglit it impor tant nml neeessaiy to u-e wainiiiKH in prefenltlig t lie trill ll of tlod, His dis eipli'.i rhoiiM tint light...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

lie VOLUME 4. ItBYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 185)0. NUMI5EK 89. Madrono trims tTnlilee. PENNSYLVANIA UAlLllOAl). IN EFFECT MAY 11, 18il'i. Phlliulrlplitn A Erie H:illronl DIvUotiTlme Table. Train Irme 1'ilfl wood. EASTWAHU 9:04 n m-Tniln , dully CM'cpt Biimln.v for Pinihiiry. lliirrlslmrit iiml Itilcrnieilliile nta tlm.K, ii'irlvlni! Ml riillinlclilili :-': p. ni., Nt-w VoiU, H:.':i p. m.i lliiltliiiore,M:l.l p.m.! Wanhliiututi. .:! p. in I'nllnmn I'nrlor eur from WlllliiiiiolMirt iiml imsscliKcr cotu'lic f mm Knne to l'iilliulelilila. U::W p. ni. Trnln , ilnlly ctci'tit Hutiiliiy fur HiirrWmrir n ml lnt'i nn'il lnl- Minimis, nr rlvlim nt nilliKlclplilii 4::i A. m.i New Vm k, T:: A. M. riilliiniM SU-cpli)ir ear from lliirrlfliiirn to I'lillmlHpliln and New York, l'hllilflelphln iiiimikiVB run remain III sleeper utiillslin I'eil until A. M. (I::tt p. ni. Trnln 4, dully for Hiiiiliiiry, llnrrln liiim hiiiI InlcinicilliiUi t-t til Ions, lurlvlliK ill rhllmlrlpliln, :....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

ty cuble m mm lids. REPLY FROM THE PORTE. She Sultan Tolls Victor! the Armenians Struck First. The reply of the sultnn to the letter recent ly addressed him by Queen Victoria, it In learned, cxprcsse the sympathy of tho ml tan with tho humnne sentiment conveyed In the ftuern' communication, hut dcelnrcd Mint the massacre of Artrcnlnn hy Turk hnve originated with evil-disposed person. The Turku, the sultan snys. wen llrst at tacked hy Armenians while they wero pray ing In the mosque, and illl nothing morn than to defend themselves " dsd they could. In every nrt of Asia Minor, the ultnn n ert, everything Is perfectly tranquil. He ny negotiations for tho surrender to the Turks nro proceeding, nnd without doulit the Zeltounlteg will ioon resume their peace ful voentloiiK. NICARAGUA CANAL BEPOBT. The Estimate of th Government Board (or Iti Conttruction. In the Judgment of tho United State gov ernment Bonrd of Engineers, which Investi gated the subject, It will coot (133,472,893 to constr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

1 BOER TRAITS. THEIR PRRSRNT CHARACTER AND PAST ACHIEVEMENTS. The Partner of the Transvaal WH derness Have a Stirring History Th Great Trek -How They Conquered the Zulus. "TV MONO all the white men now tlironaing Johannesburg anil J other part o( the Transvaal C in search of gold, writes a correspondent of the London Times, bow uisuy can ear with truth that the,r know anything of the Dutch farmer 'l Not one man in a hundred. They will neer at him, langh at his gutteral tongue and his heary, nnoooth ways, rail ut his Government; but as tor taking the trouble to acquire bis lan guage and find out something of the inner heart of the man, they will not -BURGHER SOLDIERS OP do it in their feverish search for for tune they have not the time. And yet this farmer of the wilder ness, rough and uncouth, and often surly and snspioious as he is, has a great and stirring history behind him in South Africa, of which he is and has a right to be proud. He and his have struggled, and trekked, and wa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

m Stan Subscription $1.60 per venr, in adrnnrr. V. A. MTKPIIP.NNO, ICdllor anil I'llh. WKO N KSOAvTKKimUATIV 12, mm. An Inrtrpviiiti'iii 1M-nl pnMr, Hilillh'Cltvrry Wedni'wliiy nt Ki'yiiolilvlllc. Jcfforson Id. I'll., fti'VflMl lo tin' InlrroMHof KrynnhUvlllti ami .Ti-ffcrniin fount y. Ntm-ptillllrnl, wllltn-nl all with fnlrncns, nnil will ruM'spcrlully fi It'tirt ly towtml the ltilHrii)ic rluss. Htirwrlptlnn prlroSI.(iOMTyi'iir,ln ndvani'r. CVimmtiiik'ntlntni liitonilcil for ptilil!rntln mnot he aorompnnltMt by tho wrftiT- nnttn-, not. for niibllrtitloii, but n a (nmrimtw of good fill lb. Intfrttln no HiTnmlli'ltt'l. Artvi-nlxlnu rnten mnrio known on nppllfn tlon nt the officii In ArnoldV Hlork. I,nni!hty rnmimnih'atlonft nnrt chnnuc of artvortUemont should ronfh this ofHi-n by Monrtny noon. AddnwK nil i-ommunlrntlons to C. A. Fteph entnn. KvnohNvlllt I'n. Entprwl nt the pomofhV nt. Keynolnftvlllp, Pn.. htMfond I'lniA mnll mnttor. Homo ono ha said when a mnn really got In earneot a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

N 1 1 &ftc -fr Stan Subtcription $1.60 per pear, in advance. C. At fTKPHKNSON. Hdltor andPnb. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 181HI. Yrnweler' Qlutb. Paspner trains arrive find leave Reyn oldsvllle as follow! Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Wert ward. Train 1, - 0.44 a. m. Train , - - 7.40 a. m. ?ralnl, - 1.00 p. m. Train 2,- -1.42 p.m. rain 8 S.CT p. m.Traln 10, - MB p. m. MtYROMMVIM.l rowr-orrtcs. Mulls arrive and leave the post-office at 1 follow; Arrive. Depart, ran ih wbst. rnn THM KAKT. I. 15 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 111.10 p. m - - 8.20 p. m. ran th ast. run im mm. (.00 a. m. - 8.00 p. rn.l7.lS a. m. - - LIS p. m. Arnvet from Rathmel and Prescottvllle II. HO a. m. Arrives from Panic Tuesday, Thurdayg and Haturdnys at !.) p. m. Departs for Prescottvllle, Kathmcl, Panic $.00j. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. toS.ODp. tn. Money order office open from 7.00a. m. to 7.80 p. m. Register offteo open from 7.00 a. m. to " on p. m. Leital llnllrtnv from 7.00 to 00 a. m. nnd from 12.00 to 8.(10 o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

Invcntivo doctors tbo world over are busy discovering scram cures for all the ills that flesh is Loir to. Gladstone thinks that the surest way for Englishman of wealth to earn fame and immortality is to build cathedrals. The Railway Age shows tlmt the new mileage Imilt in tlio United Btatas during 1893 is the smallest in many years. Chief Justice Fuller of tbo United Stntes Supremo Court, snid inn rocont speech that the law's delays mora than anything else load to lynching. "When times ore good," observes the New York Tribune, "peoplo put their money in stocks, but when the times are bnd they put it in stock ings." A fierce controversy is rngtng among German sorvauts as to the birth year of Gutenberg, the inventor of printing, some claiming that it was 1307, others 1400. Tbo Chicago Record notes that tbo talk of a war involving England has bad its usual effect on tbo Russian benr. Hu is eyeing the Bosporous nd his month is wateriug freely. The Duke of Argyll has writtou to London Ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

Ethel (nped C)I don't lot"ym any more, grnnrtpn. Grandpa Why not, Ethel? Ethel 'Cause 1 lovo yon ao much already that I couldn't love you any more 1f I tried. Please rive mo five cents. Judae. The Thin One Dear me. Von are loslnn all your outlines. The Fat Ono Anil you are fitting to be uoililng else. Cincinnati Enquirer, lie Worst of It. If I ho best of Ufa, as it is said to be, Is but anticipation, tho worst ot it is surely worry and vrsntion. They are the plows nnd hnr rows tliat Inrrow the brow and out deeply Intothe nerves. It In eonitnnt plowing of tliis kind thfit tenre up the nerve tlvsiim. The frreater net ves, like the hlpper roots, Ifay renlet for a time, but the ploiiKhshnrn frets down to them. Worry bring nil sorts of other aliments of A torn-nn system nnd nt lnt the seintlc nervo Is renehen, n disturb ance to wlileh In tho form of scintlra Isnt tended by rxerncintlng pnins. Hi. Jacobs I'll 1ms eurrd file worst cnics of men crip pled by It. Use it mid make sure ot a pro...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 February 1896

f V ' . , ' ' '- ! ' I ft - ' V A imiTON'S LUUGAGE. ATTEMPTS OF AMERICAN IMITATOR3 TO INTRODUCE IT HERE. . . Patirtarnna Brltlah tint Union, I'nrtmaa ' ; , tkan and nold Alla-Thti llnginc on . Mrantahlp Wharf I it Mnrijr The TrT " clr'r anil nil llathtnh. . ' Aa thn trnvplltijj ftrltnn is known In (bin country by his 1iikkK " the ' Aniflricnn woman wnn onoo'.hntod in Knrope bwnnro of hfr unrntinni trunk. Tlie world linn pscnppd tho gpnoral adoption of the surutoKit trunk, bn a worse thing seems jHWHihlo, an Ilrttlsh lUMRnge threatens to boonmo Interim tionaL Even now yon mny buy in thin town ml the impedimenta with which . the tnivnlinu llritim enmher himself mid bedevils' the tvst of mankind. A Erondwny trnnkmnker 1ms for some year pant undurtnkPii to fix thrt tlirol doin of . these thiiiKS tiimn his follow ' cotinlry mon mid wonirn, und' limn j trnveltiiu AmeripaiiH, especially the wealthy nud fiuditmntblp, are to bo roc . ORiiized by the multiplicity of Itritifdi . . impedimenta ...

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