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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 March 1896

1! Tlte Star. Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. aTKPHKNftONt fcdltor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1800. (traveler' Wutbe. Passenger trains arrive and leave Reyn Oldsrllle an fnllnwn: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - S.44 a. m.lTrnln , - 7.40 a. m. rain I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train S, - -1.42 p.m. rain J - - S.I17 p. m.lTraln 10, - - 8.4ft p.m. fl Little ot EvemtMng. "The Star" for One Dollar. For a few months at least, we will offer The Star to new subscribers for 1.00 a year, cash IN advance. This of fer holds good to old subscribers who pay 11 arrearages and one year in advance. All back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate of $1.50 per year. In a , short time wo expect to print tho nnme and date of each subscriber on their paper every week, and by so doing all will know how their subscription stands. The Star for $1.00. Now wash silks at Deemcr's. Now we have eleven counoilmen. ' See Doeraer's line of bolts at 25c. "Side-Tracked" next Mon...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 March 1896

MYSTERIOUS RAYS. OY THEIR AID THINGS INVISI BLE ARB PHOTOGRAPH KI. The Mnrvelone Discover In Photog raphy of Professor Roentgen Results Obtained by Amer ican Scientists. THE recent discovery of Pro fessor lloentgou, professor of physios in the University of r, Wnrzbnrg, Bavaria, which it Is believed is destined to revolutionize photography, is tbe Intest topio to claim the attention of scientists in Enrop" and America. By the Roent gen discovery, pictures may be taken of the interior of solid substances. Mysterious rays, called by Professor Roentgen "x rays," in this process easily penetrate solid substances Mich as wood and metal. The skull of ?$!5S XrW rnoTooiurniNG Tnnocon a iura skin. (This Is the picture of the rot ta'en by a Yale proff sior by the aid of the "X rays," as one of a series ot experiments with the now pnotographln illi ovf r-. Evury bono of the redout's skeleton shows plainly In spile of tho tough akin, and even the gristle In Us till was pictured on the plate.) a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 March 1896

fluid has In n tii.wovorril within tho limits ef Halt Lakaj-lty. What's 111. in? 7 In cur peculiar vnrnnetilar, woiny n ttmp on a log nml a bump on a human hoi riff. Wltnt one might onll n bump another ono ' would cnll a tlmmp. Thus wo have a bump from a thump ami n thump from n l.nmp. In Illie ninnnc-r, u bruise mny enure n bump, nn! a bump mny entiso a bruise, or fterlmns n thump may rnnsn both, Well, tthnt'stuo lilTerttncp, (To lonjj ns wo suffer from either bump or bruino, we want to i?"t ri'l of It. 'J'hnl strno, nnd the surest, nulelsest wny to cure n bruise Is at nnef to u-o Ht. .I'ifolis Oil. Then the (iir(ltii will 1m nut wh .t it is, Iut what it wn. ns 11 will nromntlv 'Hfwippear. Scrofula Infests the blool of hnmanity. It nppcnra in varied forma, bnt li foreoil to yield to flood's Hursapnrilln, which purifies and vitalises the blood and enros oil each disensc. Bond tins: ' "In 8optemhor, 1851, I made n mlr.'top and Injured my anklo. Vory aoou afterwards A Sore two Inches ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 March 1896

PROGENY OF FItEAKS. SOME RESULTS OF ROMANCES IN THE SHOW BUSINES9. The Pint Rral I.lTlng SkHrtrin, nil Wife and Their Thro Skin and none Nnim. An Old Hnwnm and Nliln Rhnw Man ager Tups III Mr-mnry Tank. Arrorriinq to JtmimrT T. 13. Hnrltntt nf the Bljiin tlientrr, Ihimo V. HpniKtie yean tlio first nnimtiirnlly or nbtiivrtiinll thin skin ninl lumen mnn to bo exhibit ed to the nb1in ntiriiT thfititlo of n "Hviiin skeleton." It wns dnriiiR tho palmy dnys of Iturnnm's tJrontost tJhtrw on Knrth, and whilo that colrbrnied thmrnmn wns rnkiiiR tbo continents in search of rurltwities in 1H(M. Inrltlent ally Sir. Hnekett won in those iliiyn with Tony lstor. Mr. Sncknlt wan nut inn ns doortrtulor, miiniuvT mid nil nrotind mini for I'nstor. H bad iireviotisly b tii out with Siillio Chrirttiiio, tbo two bradi'd Rirl, nnd bud mi ryo out for freaks. Wbrn tbo Tony Pastor pliow reached Florida, Htmie & Murrny's cir cus came there. Tbo old inhabitants will remember Stone. & Mnrruy's slinw. It...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 March 1896

X V mm VOLUME 4. KEYNOIiDSVlLLE, I'EXtVA., WEDNESDAY, MAKClt 11. 111. NUMWCIt 4:5. 7" PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. . JN EFPKCT MAY lil, 1S0.V ' Philadelphia Erie Hntli-onil Division Time Tutilo. Train leave Urlftwnnil. EASTWARD 9:04 n m-Trnln S, dully except Piinrtnjr for Kiinliiiry, llnrrlshiii'ic unit Inicrmeillutc sta tions. nrrlvliiK lit l'lillnlt'lililii rt:il p.m.. New York, :SI p. in. I llultliinirc.:IJ p.m.i Wimhlimlnn, :.' p. ni I'lillniini I'lirlor rnr from WlllliimspiiM nnil pussinxcr couches from Knnc lo I'lilliKli'lplilii. S:.K p. m. Train II. dully except Sunday for Ilurristmrir nnd Inlcrineillnlu Minions, nr rlvlnmil IMiilmli'lplilii A. .; New York, ":;tl A. M. I'lillinnn Hli'i-plnir curs from lliurWmre to I'lilliidi'lpliln tt ml New York, iiitliiftrlpliln piisHfnir i':iii ri'mtilii In slreuM' iinillxturlicil until ": A. M. 8: ill p. m. Tmln 4. dully for Sunlmty, llnrrls-lnnu- ii nd Inti'inirilliiKi Htutltm, urrlvlnx ill riiiliiilclplihi, :.Vi A. M.t New York, H::i: A. M.on...

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 March 1896

U1BT HEWS H WASHINGTON. QUAY AND ALLISON. Beginning to Be Regard! Very kaoh In tbe Prosldental Raeo. Senator Quay la Mill receiving many en couraging reports. The Washington Htiir hM arrived at tho conclusion Hint Mr. (uay had liottnr be watched an A prominent candi date. It stated Tbiirilny evening! "Thn (Juny follower are ronlly hcglhlng to look enrucatly upon thn candidacy of their favorite, niid'tlin (hinting Politicians nroiind the cnpltol are frequently Induced to believe that yuny stands bp good a ehnnea ns any body, and return to their homes and no to work for III in. Of course, they do not do thin for low. (Jiiay la understood to be mnk Ing a still hunt search lor delegates In thn Houth and wherever else ho sci a chance to pick up stragglers." There Ik aeilve work being done hy the lieutenants of nil the i-nmliilnteii. Allison la cutting a IJukw Hun re In t!t Houth In delegate-getting tlmu nny of Ilia oppo nents hnve given him credit fur, and the hand of his trusted manage,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 March 1896

t SALVATION AMY. ifrtTU THE COttl'STttAT FIGHTS SIM ONLY. c Day' Campaign With Com blunder Month's "alvntlou Ists In the FAli-.tn of New York. WITH S ITS the coming of the news thnt Commander id Mr. Balllngton Booth were to be relieved of their command of the American brnnoh of the Salvation Army, there has arisen once more a discussion, more or leu public, in regard to the work done by that lnrge organization. With the merits or demerits of the ttalvation Army it is not 'ho purpose of this article to deal. The matter baa been argued and disowned pro nd enu for the past nino years. It is rather the purpose to set forth imply and in an unbiased way what Is done In New York City by the mem liters of the Salvation Army every one Of the 303 days in the year. Recently a reporter for the Mail THE BLUM nd Express spent twenty-four hours in the Salvation Army. The day be Can in the slums. It ended there, too ; but the night was longer than the iay and fuller of misery and sin and heme. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 March 1896

fcft Star. Submriifimt $1.00 )rr yriir, fii mfivimv. . A. NTIcrtl :, l:illlor himI I'nh, WKDNKSDAY, MAKCII II, lsmi. Rntpml M Hip wtiittti'i nt ItrymildwvllH Pa., ii miv'oimI Hn mult mutter. JOLLY OLDJIXCLE JOSH 1 HIS OHEAT GENEROSITY TOWARD HIS NEWLY MARRIED NIECE. A llrnllallr Itntiimii-p irllrlloldavlll) III Which a Number r Prominent nimliiPH Jim Tak. a Xrry Cunapli'tion I'nrl. "Miss Siinimors I'olly I I or dare I " Hut tho nxukr trolc a hentlt-r over bushfiiliipM, only to hour a BWOOt "Yon Clmi'ley." "Can I Bsplfo ti er to that Ih " Atfiiln a lnpsn Intonllomv, followi'd bv nn oni'oui'flKlnif "Yen C'linvley." "Oil, tf 1 mliilit only liopn to cr to Anotlior fnllui'p of lnti(jnn(rp. It wps sooinlnifly a liopoU'M cam', mid mlM have 1hi'ii, only for a ilt'iiuiro "Charley, I luive wiltl 'yon' twliv. and if you menu It, I moan It, too, and" And to tliU day that young man will inftixt that ho popped tho qticKtion. All thin hapH'ned away "down oast," and It wasn't lotitf hi-foin thoiv w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 March 1896

r V Boston haa mora Scotch than live in ny city in Scotland, eave the font largest. Tbe "Are nations of Europe" own 2,310 wnr ships, mounting 88,209 guns all ready (or Immediate "ser tico." Cincinnati is one of the few cities Whose growth has not been propor tionate to the increase of wealth of the state in which it is located. Many good authorities say that to tido a whool in the mornings before partakiug of food is injurious. The bent time is said to be in theaft.r noon or evening, t . - -j Great Britain's corn crop grows each year beautifully less, from the View point of American farmers, at ny ratp. In 1804 abe grew a little over 50,000,000 bushels, and for 18!M It is estimated the crop will be 22, 000,000 bushels less. There is a clause in the constitution f Venezuela which forbids the cession bf any territory, so that the govern latent could not yield its title to any portion of the disputed area until it bad becu formally decided by some competent authority that it belonged t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 March 1896

l -7' Subscription $1.00 pur irnr, tn mfrflntv. C. A. ATKPHKNftON. Editor nl Pnb. ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, ISM. ft Little ol Everything. "A rhlcl's nitinni ye tnktng note, And fnUh he'll print n." i m i "The Star" for One Dollar. For a few month at least, we will oftor The Star to now subscribers for 1.00 a year, cash in advanck. This of for holds good to old sulwcribcrs who pay all arrearages and one yoar In advance. All back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate of 11.50 per year. March-ing on. Road Uncle Josh. The Star for $1. on.. Next Tuesday Is St. Patrick' day. Maple sugar season drawcth nigh. Always the best Robinson's shoos. R. and G. glove htting corset at J. S. Morrow's. 8ee report of the First National bank in this issue. All styles and prices to please Rob inson's shoes. Every body should attend Dormer's opening Saturday. y A flock of wild geese flow northward oyer this place Friday. Rev. Buzza is holding a successful revival at Sandy Valloy. The rear end of winte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 March 1896

V v V 4 Aoelent Oak. Among tlie Interesting relict of Bish op llendrlx's life hi China !i a plcturs framp mnde of onk dug from beucntb the foundations of the Chinese wall, whore It in supposed to have Inln sine the year 214 B. O. Beward Tnlor, who carved the frame, found the wood almost Mnck and nearly as" hard at Iron. Not only Is the frame an object of Interest; the pluture It surrounds Is a novelty a handsome photograph ol Viceroy LI Hung Chang, with that distinguished statesman's autograph In native characters adown the border. The photogrnph was a present to ths bishop from the viceroy. The (rami was obtained In the rough from som British contractors who were blast ing out piling under a section of the wall, preparatory to repairs of the. masonry. tVli Wot. It I still) that if wo take care or III tie things, the big things will take cam of themselves. But why can't we bs always prepared for many of onr little troubles. What's the use ot suffering days and weeks, when In ten min...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 March 1896

7 y i V IN THE IIEATEK PIPE. THE RETIRED BURGLAR RELATE3 H!3 M03T SINGULAR EXPERIENCE. Ttt find aa Klrcnnt Lay Out of Wellln PrrtMnta at Ilia Mrrr Whrn II Maile An t'nfortimato Step lu tha Knil Ha Mfttla n Contribution to tits Collection. "Iii a linnso flint I wan locking over in a town np tho stnta mm ninlit, " said the rctiroil liurnlur, "I caiuo across imnrthiiiK tliiit I never strnck lmt that rncn in nil my cxr0'''0'1"1' ftrniiKO n it mny worn, nud that was a lot of V'od ding iirespntd, nil Just n thny were nr rniiRpd for display. When I turned my lamp into tho room, I wMicrl I liad brought n lior.on and wngnn ; tlirre was n niKid dcnl of it that, wouldn't huvn been of niiy earl lily wo I o mo, but it aconicd n pity to leave nny nf it behind. But if I couldn't cr.rry it all off, IconM havo tho f tin of picking, mid I started to look tho things over. They were ar ranged on tallies and chairs and on tho floor nronnd on tlirre sides cf (ho room ; on the side opposite to tl.o aido t...

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 March 1896

VOLUME 4. KEYNOLDSVILLB, 1'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1890. NUMBER 41. itallcoitb trim froblre. .PENNSYLVANIA RAILHOAD. IN EFFKCT MAY II), IS!)."). Phllndi'lphln Krte Vfnllmsil Division Tlmo Table, Trains leave Prlftwooil. KARTWAKI) :04 a m Trnln R, dnllv except Hnnrtiiy for Hnnhlirv, llnrrlslinril and Inu-inwilliiti- slil llons, iiVrlvlin; lit 11 1 1 lu.li l li In l:-':i in., New York, :'!! p. m. s Hull iium i, B: 15 ji. m.i WnMilnuton, J :: p. ni I'nllnuiii 1'nrlor cur from Y lllliiTii-iort nr-il pussi-UKcr couches from Knni'ln I'hlliuli'lphlii. 8:Wp. m. Trnln fl, (Inlly rxecpt Hnniliiy for llitn ixlmrg Hnd liiH'iuieiliiite stilt Ions, nr rlvlnii lit IMilliiilclplilii 4::tn A. m.i New York, 7::B a. m. riillnimi Sleeplnir cars from llnrrlshili-ir to I'lillinli'lplilil unci New York. , l'lilluili-lpliln p;i-itMivri-t's run remain In slceer miiltstiirlH-d until 7:00 A. M. 9:.W p. m. Trnln 4, ilnlly for Hnnlniry, Tliirrls-lim-IC mill liitcnmtliiilo stations, iin lv lntf lit, I'hllni...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 March 1896

I . FORAKER FOREMOST. MoKinley Delegate to the It. Loul Con vention Choten The Platform. The Ohio Re publican Htnte convention wm rolled to order In tho Grnud opera house Columbus, March 10, at 4 o'clock. Among the Ohio congressmen and other prominent Republican on tli Btnge sat cx-Hncrctnry of he Treasury, Charlo Foster. Governor Bushnell occupied one of tho boxm. After prayer by Iter. J. C. Watt, Chalrmon J. M. Jcke reviewed the McKlnley campaign In Ohio, and the two campaigns succ.-c.llng tho administration, and stated that nt lh Htnle convention In Zaiicsvllle Inst year the party entered Into a snored pledge to miikn Ilush nell governor, Foraker senator and use every honorable menus to make McKlnley presi dent. 'J' wo parts of the trinity had been full filled, and Hcpubllenns nf Ohio now assem bled to enter slnccreMy Into the faithful ejo. cutlonof the third part. Then Mr. lcke In troduced Henntor-clect Foraker as tho tem- Iiorary chairman of the eonventlon. Mr. orakor spoke ns ...

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 March 1896

7" TESTING SEEDS. tSTKItR'TIJtn (ITERATIONS AT AN kXPMtlHKN T 8TATIUX. Seed Adulteration Has tlin tie ouced to m Kclenre Test for Im purities llome-Mude (term . Inntliig Apparatus, "V "V"T"IT1I tho coming of spring, heralded by t lie nlluring V n'' highly colored adver tisements of sood dealers And florists, the fnrmer, housewife nnd anintmtr gnrdoner nre flooding tlio mall with tlio lord orders tliey nro ending to the dealers. Tbo llttlo paper packages, full of promifes of lovely tloonu tnd lunip vegetahlo, will la Mnl by-return mnil, mid then will com tho planting, waiting, anxiety and Iriuninh or disappointment. Those who bought their seeds of ro- SKED-flKltMlNATINd APPAHATUS Sntnble, oomicioutionn dealers will ave tbemneWos to blnme tf plnuts, grnuoi, flowers and sbrnbs fail to pring Irom the seed, but too ofton the little bags or pnokages of needs contain tend, crnshod quartz, "dead" eed or inferior seed mixed with a mnll proportion of the genuiuc, for Mod adultorntiou has been...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 March 1896

tfulmeri)fion Jt.W prr iwr, l iliJi'imrc. !. A. KTurincmno, liilllor mid I'nb. "v I'.dn i'.sn ayZ m a m 'i i i. Anlniloprnilriil Wnlpnin-r, it1l vt-t-y Woilniiliiv IH Iti-vniiltlivllli, .li'flVrsiill To. ili'vmi'il Id tlir lnliTi'! nf l(rynitlilvlllt mill .IflTiTnin nullity. Niiii-MMllriii, will llviK nil wlih fiilriK'XM. mill w ill In' in'lnlljr frlmnl ly IiiwunN I In liiltiii-lntt i-lii. Dulmcrlplliin iilri'l.iiM'r yiMir.ln nilvniu'P, ('iimmiinlriillniin liili'iiili'il fur inilillriillnn muni Im iiiviiiiipiinli'il liylliK wrflvr'niiiinu', nut fur imMli-iitliin, Iml i n fimriiiili'i nf giMMl fllltll. Inli'li'itliltf lll'W Hi'lim millrlli'il. Ailvirtlilim rnli mnilc kniiwntin nppllrn tlim at 1ln iiflU'r In ArnnliN' lllitrk. l.fiiulilv riimiiiiiiili'iilliiim nml rnnniw nf nil vrl l-iniiitx mIiiiiiIiI nmi'li thin itfllrn lijr Mnniliiv ilium. Aililri'n iilli-iiinmiliili'Mloim 1oC. A. Hlnph enim, UiviinMivlMi Pit. Kntprrif n thi pnntiiHli'c Bl lli'jfimlilBvlllii, ft uprnnil I'ltiAA mull...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 March 1896

,Stibw:Wpiiort tl.00 per year, in udvanet. C. A. aTKPHKNRO, Fdltnr and I'lib. WEDNESDAY, MAHCH 1. 181H) travelers' OJulbf. Patneneer trnlns arrlre and leave Kejrn Oldtrllle as follows: 1 AUrqhtny Valley Ilaihray. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - 41 a. m.lTrotn . - -7.40 a. m, ?raln 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train t, - -l.p. m ruin I - - B.K p. m.lTrnln 10, - MS p, m, ssvinii.naviM.s wwr-orric. Malls arrive and leave Hie post-office as follows: Arrlvp. Pepart. rBOM TH IWT, FORTH FAST. 1.111 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 12.W p. m - - (1.20 p.m. FROM TRK KAST. rOR Till I. 00 a. m. - too p. m.l".lS a. m. - 1.15 p. m. Arrives from ltathmel and Prosoottvlllu II. 80 a.m. .. . , Arrlvin from Pnnlc Tuesdays, Thurdiiys and Hiiuirdiiy at 2.:io p. m. Popart for Prcsoottvllln, Knthmi'l, Panic 1.00 p. m. Office honrst.ona. m. toS.OOp. m. Money order omre open from 7.00 a. ni. to VtoS T.nup.m. WK'Sier Uliu V uK'u iuiiiii.wn r n.i.i n. m. I.oirnl llolldnr from 7.no rox.no a. m. nnci 'm 12.00 to a.i n. m. K. T. MctUw,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 March 1896

Tetnplo Bar, qnotiug from au old Jnglish alnianno, tells of three differ, rot instances of human life ex'.endiug feeyoud 300 years. The Roentgen photography, com ind with the color camera, may sd- Cutageously be used as a tent (or blue uoil iu aspirants to aristocratic social rirclcf, suggests the New York World. The Miunesota Supreme Court lins decided that when a depositor's check d.Haouored by the bauker (or the alleged reason that he has not suffi cient f n ntla of the maker in his bauds to pay the same, when in fact he has, it amounts to a slander of the deposi tor, for which damages may be re covered. A San Francisco woman is suing lcr sister for $'Jj!),00i) for "services Tendered" in promoting the successful viari 1 nu of the latter. In her bill of particulars the plnintifT specifies that be "interviewed'' the prospective Iridegrooni in respect to the engage ment between him and hor sister.nnd 'solicited him to keep, fulfil ud per iorm said contract," and that tho in terview ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 March 1896

V X Pavlns, Works of purer pulp nre to r lull! on a short stvtlon of street In Topeko Kan., as nil ospflrlmpnt. Ths blocks an said to pwmMe vitrified bricks, but art much lighter. One thing toft Out. In acrobatic, irymnastlo and atMotle train ing ono thins sooma to be entlrel) left out; A thing which, if prn3tloil, mlht prevent many serious consequence and thoroby be . eometho nsoful part of trninlng. TIow to fall down easily unit a-rncntiilly, with the Wit amount of teidstance by the mnsolo, wiiftht bs mnd A tlon art. V hy nut adopt tt slide and practice font-1lmiinir with Ihiwe oblecis to viw. Everybody knows that fit this season the worst injuries result from not knowing; how to fall. There soems to be nearly always eompllnatlon of Injury In every fall, such na sprain, bruise and often . brokeu litnlis. It ts true that for nil these mishaps, either separately c.r fn complicated form, nn.l especially for sprains, Hf. Jacobs Oil Is tho bus! known and euroat cure. Speak ing of sprai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 March 1896

V LOOKED LIKE A LIAR. BUT THI8 WAS A CASE WHERE LOOKS WERE MISLEADING. A IJttl. Irishman Who Claimed Arqnalnt nr With Champion riiflllut Ills Employer, Who Ws Vet to th Gloves, Disputed the Claim. "I wus rendlm a clever llttln skereli the oilier day about a-iiiuil who told log stories which wern not believe:! by his AcqnaititimcoR, nnrl it reminded me of an experience I linrt onco when I vn connirleralily yomiHer," renmrkeil Rob ert D. Wilson, the active Or lrnns county politician, when iu a roniiiilnoeiit mood the m lie r day. "It wan like this: About the firet contract I ever took wtiH 0110 to build n church in a Himill town in western Now York near Lake Ontario. My partner and I employed u mmd force of nu n, and nuiong others u good nntureil, rather dnririer littlo Iruhmun, who appliid for work shortly after we got the walls stnrted. "He was not a skilliTl workman, Imt a good, active helper, and he sirnrk tiro at the time as boinnono of tbo most en tertaining and cheerful liars i...

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