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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

VOLUME 4. RKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, FEJIMJARY 19, 185)6. NUMBER 10. llrtltronb tflnts Fitblro. pKNNSYLVANIA KAILUOAD. IN EFFECT MAY lit, lHlt.'i. Philadelphia Erie Idillnmrt Division Timo Table. Tniliip Icawi Drift wihkI. KAHTWAHD 9:04 n m-Trnln . iliilly oeept Hominy fur Hiinlitiry, llarrlsluiry and liiiciincilliilc stu tlium, nrrlvlnit nt I'lilhiilcliilila i- m.. New York. :'t p. m.s lluliliiioie.il:! i. nt.t WiislilniMon, 7:'-K t. tit I i I I'm lor ear from lllliilnoit it ml iiielilcr coiiclics from Kant- In I'lilluilclpliln. p. m - Trtiln S, dully otecpt "tindny for llurrlslitirir 11 ml lut.-i m.'.IInK- t t I I.itih, nr rlvltlK III Philadelphia 4::i A. M.i New Vols, 7::tl a. M. Pullman Slii'plmr enr from HiirrlHlmrt to Philadelphia iiikI Nt-w ork. I'lilluilclpliln piissenucrs cull remain III sleciier llllillstlllliod until 7:l A. M. p. m, Train 4. dally for Htinliiiry. Ilurrls liitrg nnd Intel incilliile editions, nnlvllig nt Plilhiilclpliln, :-VJ A. M. ; Ni'W York, l::...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

THE SHERMAN MlllSl llfl OP BUT LITTLE USIJ. Hit Attorney General Shows Weak Spots In the Anti-Trait law. Attorney llcncrnl Harmon sent to tlio House n reply to the resolution uf January 7 requesting him to nsport what sr!' ho has taken to enforce th law nguinst (rusts, cost hlnntlouM nml conplrnelc In restraint ot trade. Th attortmy general ?: Many complaint have Iwu mndn ninilnst alleged trust, eiunhlwitlon mid monopolies which, In o fur n tlii'y tvlntii to matter within the Jurisdiction of th federal overn- lllflll, I llOVe VndcBVorod So investigate UK well as tho mean nt my disposal permitted, Home such Investigation are now In progress. Two action re now pcii4ing, bused partly - or wholly on alleged violation of wlmt In known a the Hhci man act. They lioth ro tate to agreement nmoiiglntorstato carriers, Th question In resolution o to "what fur tloT legislation In mwl"! to protect tho ( ,pli" Ik, the attorney (rnnoriil oy, one '4 . generni policy mid not Tiie of law, which theref...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

JUVEm DEFKSDRns, IHtDEtt CONSTRUCHM FOB TWEJIlI IIAU3. SHUSH SLEEVE'S. patent leather still bold its own. Suede is shown in many of the new LATK3T DKSIONS KOR DRESS AND JACKET. iMMTNsrc tnoiirixo kngines roil THIS NEW NAVY. A fintv Drooplnn fullness and a Full Bishop I'uff are In Vogue Serviceable Aprons of Checked Gingham, ' Thf Kentucky nnd tne Kenrsnrje Will Have tlin Highest IXms A flout Klni-r Than Any Ku ropenn Ilnttleshlp. MIGHTY WARSHIPS. United Stales, says the Sew lork World, has the jrentest seaboard of any Na tion. The American people, In thiir numerous larpe nnd flourish ing cities, have more wealth directly upon the edge of the ten than any oilier. An invasion of tbis country by nny European. Tower or combination of Towers being out of the question for the fame reason that the Unite! States could not invade a European country, there remnini for the American Navy the main purpose of defense. With thin olijcotour new men-of-wnr es pe culiarly constructed. They are tic ai...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

7 t Star. Suleri;fton St.fiO )er war, in advance. 1. A. HTKPHKttHOHf, fcdUor nnd I'nb. WEDNESDAY, FENKUAUY 1!. IWMI. A n Indi'iendin1 lorn I tmper. piif'llli-1 every ' WedmvMliiy nt. 1ityiniliUvllli, Jetlrwii 'o. Ph., devoted to the InteriMl. of Ueyniildsvllln and JefTerwiiienunty. Nnn-imlllleiu, will I rent fill with full-new. 11 ul will hi'i'spwlnlly fiieiiil It toward the hilxrlnir eln. flulmerlpl Inn prim 1 .Mi mm yenr, In nd viiih-p. Communication!" Intrndt'd for pntillcnllon mint lo RtvompnnH'd by tho wrllrr'a nnnit nut for pulillc-iitlon. tint n n Kiinrnntrp of goodfiilth. !ntrtstln ni Itrnm millrlli'd. AdvortMn nitf mndi- known on iipplli'n tlon nt Hip ottlcf" In Arnold' Hloi-k. lit'nirhiv communication nnd rbnniri of advfrtln'tm'iiu should tvaoh Ihla oHIcw ly Mondrty nton. A. Idrv nil communication tof. A.Htonn ennoti, ItevnoldHVlllc. !' K.ntcred ri thn poMofHce nt Rcynolnnvllln, Pa.. n M'fotid da mall nint tr. Tin- wrnthtr iHiihct now pronilac us an curly and wot Bprlnjj. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

I Wilt it Stat Subscription $1.50 per year, in advance. C. A. HTKPHKUmO. F.dltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 18!W. PftMoncor train arrive and leave Keyn- oldsvllle an foUowsi Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 0.44 a. m.lTrnln , - 7.40 a. m. Trnln I, - - 1.00 p. m. Trnln 3,- 1.4'.' p.m. Train 8 6.S7 p. m.Trnln 10, - - 8.4H p. m. BTnoi,iTn.i,K roT-orrtc. Mall arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Popart. moMTna wkpt. roRTiiRKAST. 1.15 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - n.JOp. m. rnm Tnit taut. ron THS WKST. I. 00 a. m. - - 1.00 p. rn.lr.IH a. m. - - l ift p. m. Arrives from Kathmel and Presoottvlllo II. 80 a. tn. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdnys and Hnturdnys nt J.:to p. tn. Depart fur l'rescottvlllo, Rnthmel, runic 1.00 p. ni. Office hour 7.00 a. m. to no p. m. Money order ofllee open from 7.0fta. m. to 7.80 p. m. Register offlYo open from 7.00 a. ni. to 8.00 p. m. Leitiil llollflrivn from 7.00 to 8.00 a. m. nnd from 12.00 to .an o. m....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

Italy lias tbe highest murder rate of nnv L'uiiiitrr iu the world. Last year fifty-nine physicians in tho United Stales took their own lives against forty-live iu 1891. Joliu Morloy thinks tlmt there are "not above six Englishmen over 50 now living whoso lives tiucd, to bo written or should bo written." Michignn has two factories for wooden shoes which turn out about 351) )nir a week, nml find n steady demand. , It is said that many Americans are be ginning to find them useful. According to tho New Orleans Fio eyiuie, Venezuela is tho envy of nil the South American republics in point of finances. It has a single gold stand ard, and almost no public debt. They speak of them now as horso less carriages. "Before long," pre dicts the New York Tribune, "thoy will specify that it is a horse-carriage when a vehicle is propelled by animal power." It is said to be a bad habit for a mnn to put his linn Is iuto his pockets, but there is one habit, tho New York Herald pauses to remark, that is ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

IRfilerifc Is what wire Hood's Paraapsrilla lis jrt popularity increasins; sales ami wonderful cures. The combination, proportion anil process In preparing Hood's Haraaparilla are unknown to other medicines, and make It peculiar to Itself, it arts directly and posi tively upon the blood, and a the blond reaches every nook and comer of the human system, all the nerve. mitries, bones nnd tis sues coma under the beutfiulent Influence of Hood's Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. All drairgidt. II. Dllla cure Liver Ills; easy to slOOQ 8 "111 take, easy to operate. Ic. Only SO per cent, of the robln-rles commit ted in London k-ad to a convli-tion. Wind Swept , Were it not for the Intervening monntaln ranges, this country, from Northwest to Bontheast, would nl times in winter be swop' by devastating tornadoes. Blizzards seem to nriso cut of the caves and canons of the plains. Onlninit strength and volume over i a wldu expanse, tholr force Ik arrested by the battlements of Mr hills. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 February 1896

SUPERSTITIOUS LO. CURIOUS LEGENDS OF THE FAR NORTHWESTERN TRIBES. Vreral TrmOltlonn WMrh Krfer to th Ban Thu Ritrrn, thft Mink n1 th Klm. on In I-nl of Hrltlh 'olnmbln Trlhru of AborlBlnmi. AmnnR tho northern court trihM of BritiHh OolumbiH tlm raven ilnys mi Importnnt pnrt. Ho In flip nonof.ictnr of Jnnn nnd by snmo trilic Ih rimntdnd tlio doity lilnmi'lf. Onniif hi nil ventures vm stenlinu; the. mm from tho chief who kept it fromnimi in n littlo box, togeth er with the moon nncl l;ty litiit. In ouo tribe he erented milmoti. Another legend mnke him tho Kriiiiilmiii "f ,M0 deity, his father having li ft enrth for n vimt. to heiivnn nnd Ihero iitnrricd tho chief's dnnshtor. Another series of trndition refers to the min. nnd in n ulnssnf these, the. mink Is cnnnidered tho son of the mm. These. IorpikIh nro told by tho Rliqnln nnd Klivnknetl tribes of nritlidi (Vilumhin. In thin story ynn will notien the remark able reneniblnnee N the Greek riuiethon. Oni-o upon n time tho mink pluved ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

VOLUME 4. UKYNOLUSVILLK, PKNN'A., WKDNKSDAY, FKHKIJARY 20, 1. NILMIiKK 11. ilrtlltrortb frltlt "Titbit. PENNSYLVANIA HAlUtOAD. IN rir'r'WT MAV 1W'. I'hllnilclplilii ft Kile Itiillmnil Division Time TlltllU. TrillllS ll'IK 1' DllfllVOOll. EACTWAI(I) few n tn-Trnln , tlnllv except Piimliiy fur Huiiliinj. Ilntrlliirtf unit Inlfi me.lliitc iln tlmis. arriving; nt rlilliiil.lplilii H:'.':i p. it)., New York. II:'J'I p. m.i Hull liiinii-.'i: l"i p.m.! Wmlilimlnll, 7:'H p. Ill I'nl I tun ll I'm lor cur fniin M I i M in-1 ml I null iitcliicr coitclie from Kiiiii' In I'lilliiilelplilu. ' 8:W p. m. Trnln n, dally cccpt Siiinlny fur llnrrUlinrti mill Inlcniie.llnle Hliittote.. nr rlvlim nt IMillii.lcliililii 4::m A. M.i New VmiIi, A, M. 1 1 tint n Clii'plnii curs from IlnrrMiiiiit to I'lilliiili'lplilu Mini New York. I'lilliiili'lplilli pni'mti 'is i'iiii rciiiiltll In sleeper unillwtiirlieil iiiutl 7:111 a. m. fi:M p. m. Triiln . ilnlly fur Hmiliury. IIiiitIm liiirii iiikI Itilcrnic.llillc st...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

'( SCORES BLOWN TO NECES. Eight Cam Lonitod With Dynamite Let Go Near Johannesburg. An explosion nf dyhiunlto incurred nl VI ileiulorp, h suburb of Johannesburg, Wednes day evening, nml wns most disastrous. , F.lglil tiillwny cur loud'-d with dynamite were l lug switched from mm truck to an other when tln explosion took plneo. At the spot where tin ilyurimlto exploded u hide .'III ffft td op will niailo In the ground nml every house within it radius of half n inllo wns rared to the ground. 1 ho tiuiiil'or of persons killed cnunnt yet Im even cstpnntol. Forty I'oill.H have bom fmiinl nml llio seim i Ik only just beginning. 'two hundred injured persons Imvo been taken to tho hospital whore several of litem Imvo ilh-.l. On tlio ground worn hlnckciitd In-iips of Imtmm roinnlnH limbs, bonds, trunks, soonlcd nivl lorn, The victims worn Malays, Kn'llts iiihI fhlunmcn, tlio whites heln i tit II nilnoibv lit V 1 1 1 I r i I . r : hut In vplto of this, iplli'ii number of whit" people. Includi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

EMPIRE OF DRESS. SEWASD llKrOMIXOOAUJIKNTS UK WOMKN. AKttllnh Itnnque of C'liovlot Hand some Cnt0 unit Ilunil of llouole Cloth for Mines Tho "I ' ""V BOWK mixed cheviot trmdo f tbe Alyl'sh tailor finished J basque, depicted iu tbo first large illustration. It id dec- urnted in Intent mode with stitched totrnps nnJ small gnilt buttons. The kilove-ntting adjuntmout in accom- pushed by single bunt darts, under- nrm esrt J!e buck goron, anil a curv ing center buck seniu. The cloning it in the center front, the nenmlers vest extending to close on left, under the graduated straps tbnt extcud to lower edge of front. Tho buck ia provided with etrape to match, both meeting At a font teen-year-oM size, 1 yards; for aixtoeu-yt-nr-old size, 1 ynrda. I,I)IES' LON(1 OAT. Tlila ttyli-h top garment commonly known ns tlio "Nowmarkot," in mitdo of dnrk, rongh-fnend Cheviot, nnd dosed with large pearl or lone but toun. It in pimped According to tho Intent tnilor modo, tho front baing widened to fall l...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

j.iafttr.xnrv rwncrni'.vr' mt Star. 'i(.Tiiimi )rr yritr, in miruurr. C. A. NTI'.rilK, l:,lll,.r nii.l I'uh. W V. DNKSl) A yTK KBUl'AItV 111. I'M".. Anlnileenitent lornl pnper, pitttlMiotl every Wetlne-Mluy lit HeynohNvllle. .lett'erson I'd. ilovoieil to the tntereits of Itoynoltlsvllle nml.lelTorsotu-oiinty. Non-polUti-Hl, will trent nil with fill mess, nnil wtll hoespechilly frletitl y towards the Itiliorttiff i'Iiih. Piihi-rip1 ion prlee1.;Vtpi.r veur, 111 nilvntn-e. 'onimnnl-litlon Intomieil for ptltillellt lull tnnit ho iireotniiinleil hy the writer' tininc, not for inlhltrlition. hut lis ll tflliltlintee of Hoott fnlth. Interettlmr news ltem sollrlteil. AilverlMn-r rules ttniile known on Hpplleu lion nt lheoll1io in Arnolds' lllot-k. l.entthty ooinnoinlriillons Mini ohiinirf1 of Advert Isenients should rem-h this ollli-e hy Monthly niton. AiMre-s nil I'otnmmilf'fitlon to t A. Htepli enson, UeynoM tile. 1'u. Kntereil' at the poHioNleo nt Koynolilsvlllf. Fa., m Mei'ond eln-s nut...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

mt jr Stay. Subscription $1.60 per year, in advance. C. A. BTKPIIF.NSOSI, Editor Mild Pub. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 211, 18o"o. fttawitrt' OJulftt. Pnsspnger trains arrive and limo Iteyn oldsvllle n follows: . Allegheny Vulley HaiUray. Knntward. Westward. n film 1 I .. 7 Jit a M Train 1,' - l.t)0 p.' m. Train 2,'- 1.42 p.m. Trnln3 - 6.H7 p. m.Tntln in. - MS p. m. BUTwoi.rmvii.i.K posT-nrrtcs. Mnn arrive and leave the isstt-offlce ns follows: . Arrive. Prniirt. FROM tiii wfst. rnntrniEAM. 1.18 p. m. - - 7.(1(1 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - .5op. m. FROM Tnr FAST. FOR Til BT. I. 00 a. m. - - 2.oi) p. m.lMA a. m. - - Ma p. m. ArriVKS from Hathninl nnd l'resoortvllln II. 80 a. m. Arrlvpa from Pnnte Tuesdays, Thurdnys and Hittiinlny nt 2.80 p. m. Depart for l'resoottvllle, Rathntel, Panic 1.00 p. m. OnVn houm7.00 a. m. tnR.OO p. m. Money order office oen from 7.00a. m. to T.HOp. ni. Kt'Klstvr office open from 7.00 n. til. to N.oo p. m. Lrjriii Hulldnyn from 7.00 to s oft a. m. nnd from 13.00 to .( n....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

r Tlio California ootirts hnvo decided thnt n Chinamnn born Id thin country is a citizon. Chicago business men lmvo organ ized 5 oominittoo of 100 to stop tho "rnpino robbery of tlia nUlermnnio bandits." The Arkansas Supremo Court hns ruled tlmt makers of nativo wines can not srll'tuem in prohibition counties. It is "n id that this will kill tho untive wine industry. Some time ago, to mnko thom cheap er, California undertook to print her own school books. It is reported thnt 8200,000 have been lost in tho experi ment, and tho end is not yet. According to her new census, Gor many hss twenty-eight cities of over 100,000 popnlation, Hamburg, Mn nioh and Luipsio nro running close to gether near the half million post. .Tohn Bull's wheat ocrcago has fallen off nearly one-hnlf in five years. His oats and barley have barely held their ground. In fact says tho New York Journal, tho British farmer is iu a melancholy plight. A scholar of Britibh Columbia holds that the Indians of that region n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

- ifarch April, May are moot emphatically the months for tnklnir a Rood hlooil purlller, because thu system Is now most in need of such a med icine, nml bocniiie It more quickly responds to medicinal qualities. In winter Impurities do not ras out of the body freely, but nc aumul.itu in the blooil. The best medicine to rurlfy, enrich nml vitalize the blood, nnd thus (five strength and build np tho system, l Hood's Karsripnrllln. Thonmiids tnke it ns their Spring Medicine, nnd morn nre tnklnir It today tlmn ever before. If you nre tired, "out of sort," nervous, have bad taste in the morning, aching or dlzr.y hend, sour etnmneh nnd frel all run down, n course nf Hood's flnrtmparilla will put your whdo body In Rood order and make you strong nnd vigorous. It is the ideal Spring Medicine and true nerve tcnio, because Sarsaparilla Is thi-One True Mood 1'nrltler. All dnireit. $1 ln-prir0d only by O. I. IIikxI ft Co., Lowell, Mum. Kfti4,e DVir nre purely veu-taMc. rare RC2U S rliiS tally inv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 February 1896

HE LOVES THE MUDS. FRANCOIS COPPEE AND HIS FRIENDS IN THE JARDIN DU LUXEMBOURG. It Id Touching Right to Watrh tlio Port Feed ni lVt In it 1'nbllo Onrrtrn A Mm Who In I.oYrrt bjr All nnl In "lrnr Mitft" to Ilia Stmlrntn. FrnneoiK Cnpnrf, tho nnthnr nf "For (he Kiiif, " him n went many friimds in Pnris, lint nnno r,f them U inmo ilovotort linn tho littlobirdn thtit livoin tho.Tnr din dn I.nnrnilimir. Thry hiinw him ni goon n thoy ix-o him ecmn in nt ono of tho wiclp pntof", his phnnldnrs drritt!ifr, his heart hnnninn forward, liin fnro jmlo from ill hrnlth. Thoy ktmw in jnst Which o!'B of his nci-loN ho r;riTlo tho big jiiiTO of lirrml which ho in rhIiik to divide, into rnunH for their hom fit, nnd thoy probnbly P;iy in their, own Hpecinl lnn!iiHKO: , "Ah, hrro jit Friend Ooppro, bless him!" They nro not tho only ones thtit lr;ow whnt C'oppee hns i his pix-ket. All tho Lntln quarter penplo T ho rnmo and through that eorner of tho t,nxi'in!nrir)? pnrricn which faees tho Odoon know that...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 March 1896

VOLUME 4. HKYNOMWVIMiK, I'KNN'A., WKDNKNHAY, MAKCH I, M. NUiMHKH 42. ) J pENNSYLVANIA HAILUOAI). IN MTM.T MAY W't. I'ltlliidclptiln Krle Hnlltiwd Division Time Tnhlu. Tniliis leiue Inittwiwid. FAHTWAHII :( n m-Tmln s. ilnlly except Hiimlny fur Hiinlunv. Hint llnny mill IiiiciiiiimIIiiIchii tlniis. u'rrlvliiK "I rlilliiilHphlu lliil p.m., Sew VnrU. V.'SI p. III ! Illiltllimrc.il :1s p. III. I w n-dilniitoti, p. in I'lilliiiiin 1'iirlnr rnr fnnn MllliiinsHii it ml pinHciiucr ctmchcs fniiii Kiiiii'liil'lilhiili'lplilii. 3::ip. m.-Tniln fl. ilnlly except Hiimlny fur Hnrrl-lnil-if ntifl lliteriiicdlnle sliiltiini, nr rlvlnuni iMilluili-lphlii f::m. . m.s New Vml, :;i:i A. M. I'iiIItiiiiii Hlecplnir nil h frnm llllrrtslitllit lo riillliili'lphlll nnd New Vnrk. i'lllllidclphhl pimm-lnfcr I'titl rctillllll III sleeper miilMiirlH'tl mil II 7:in A. M. n jlrt p. rn.-Titilii 4. dully fin Hunlniiv. HiiitN-lituu- mill Inlci niciiliiio slinlnn, iirrlvlng Ml I'hlnnlclplilii, (I :.vj A. v.i New York...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 March 1896

CLERICALS THE AGGRESSORS. All the Citlee Armed, and Preparing to Support or Antagonize Zclaya. A illimti'h from Managua, N'lcnrnngn doled February 27, says: Tim revolution la now In full Mint. All the cities of Nicaragua on till! side of tlif country nr in nrms and preparing fltln-r to support Pp-shlent liiya or to contribute men for the march of III enemies upon Hie capital, Managua. Tlx1 town of .uguroto was 1 iln-il mul taken by storm ly tho government troop. This town Ik ii' iir the western shorn of l.oke Managua mul only n few mile from the border of tlie department of th" Occidental. It I about 'ili miles northwest of the i lly of Maligna, ami mi the route toward l.eon, tho Wilt of tln revolt. 'i ll" niornl effect of Its enpture I hound to lie great, ti ml It I n gurded us ii most liiiporliint victory for tlie government. Fugitive who linve ren-hed Miimirnn from l.eon, th" oM cupltiil of Mciirngiiii, lieiid nnurtcrs of the rebels, which l opposed to tlie Liberal or Zchiyu piir...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 March 1896

A Rnlit Stmir. There's ml upon the mountain noil mist upon hi plaint But rnu't you hear tlio niuilo In the rnln,rnln ruin ? It's sinking of the summers with the roses red end white 'It's Ik drenm to you In dnytlmo nml a lullaby nt night! Rain away, Iluinr day I 'Hound tho henrth tho children fllayi And I'm droamlnir, Dreaming, dreaming Of the melodies ol May! The steeples, like sail sentlnols Hint point the man In vain, Aro dripping, dripping, dripping with the ullvor bends ol mln i Hut what care wo tor wentber-eocka a-shlvor in the colli, When tbe hearth nt homo It blading nml tho lamb are in tbe fold? Bain sway, Itniny day I Hound the hearth the ililMren pl.iy And I'm dreaming, O I'm dreaming Of tho molodln of Muy! Frank L. Ptnuton in Atlanta Constitution. MARGERY'S SECRET. Henry Fleet, tho blacksmith, hnd n cozy little honso iu Newburg, which he cnlled big bird's neat. It with ton good ncrca attached, bad been in tbe Fleet family for tbree generation, Tlio one on had always follo...

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