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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

Stat BP VOLUME 4. UEYNOLDSVILIjK, I'EXN'A., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, UWfi. NUMBER 45. llrttlrortft Vim CrtbU. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFKCT MAY 1! 181". Philadelphia Erin Hallrond Division Tlmo Tablo. Trains leave HrlitwiHxI. KASTWAK1) S:l4 a m-Trnln S. rtiilly except Kiindny for Hiinbury. Hnrrl-lnirir nnd mediate sta tions, arriving lit Philadelphia ::::! p.m., Xvm York, p. m. Ilnlllrimic,(i:l."i p.m.; WhmIiIiiuIoii, ':: p. m I'lillmiiii I'lirlot cur from W tllhimsport imd passenger couches from Kline to 1'hlliulclphlu. 3:Mi p. tn. Train II, dully except fumbiy for llnrrlstuirx nml Intel me dian" stations, in- . riving at rhlholilplita 4 ::n A. si.i New York. 1M . M. riillninn Sleeping curs (nun lliirrlkhtirji to I'hllnclclphlu imd New York. Philadelphia pi'ensern enn reinnln In sleeper umllsturlicd until ":i A. M. 0:p. m.- Tniln 4, dally fur Suiihiiry, llnrrls hurir and liiternicillnto sinllons, iiitIv Inn nt Philadelphia, (t:.V! A. M.; New York, U::i:i A.M. on week iluy 'id A M. o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

HUM UN MERS. ONE BANDIT KILLED. The Plot to Bold tip the Train Exposed By On of the Gang. Two officer were, shot nnd trnln rotiliT, Dnnli'l M'Vln, wn killed In an attempt to holil up the Southbound New Orleans ex press near Tnlnre. Oil., nt 3 o'clock Thurs dny morning. Tim nttcmpted robbery wns ono of the mint dnrlng 'thnt hns tnki'ii plneo In California anil probably would hnve nuc ccdod hnd It not boon for tho perfidy of on of the nhlier. The ofl'.eors In Tilnre were Informed thnt nn -attempt would le nimle enrly In the morning to hold up the Sunset limited. The mull who gave Information gnvo the detail of the plot nml snid thnt nt llrst ho lnt mlid to take juirt In the robbery. Under Sheriff Karl Duggart nnd Constable lliil, nrtned with phot guns, went to the .pln"o where the rol'lierv wns to take plneo, nnd wnlled the nppronch of the rohliers. The robbers chnngfil their plans, however, uud decided to hold up the New Oricnn express. 'J he thn e l-nndltn honrded the trnln lit Sel ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

1 THE ABYSSINIANS, ITAI.Y'S INVASION AROUSED ANCIENT PKOPLE'9 IKE. AN France ami Russia rtcltived to Us Bark of King Mencllk Curi ous Custom of ThU Queer Monarch' Subjects. THE great Powers of F.nrope ore not Laving tho walk-over that they foudly expected in ' (, the work ot subjugating vari ous small Nations which they desire to "protect." . Spain is having an nphill fight of it in dealing with Cuba and Kngland's clever intrigue to gobble up the Trans vaal niircarried. Italy is having the light of her life in trying; to conquer the warlike Abyssinians. . Of alt the petty wars of the pant few months the Abyssinian struggle is the most interesting, for the reason that the people aro fearless and capable of meeting slaughter with slaughter. In their recent campaign in Madagascar the French had otdy to overcome the deadly minma which permeates the island. 'The English in the struggle with Fempreb, the farce comedy mon arch of Aslianteo, had the same enemy to contend with, but to a less...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

mt X Star tjuhtrri)litm $1.00 per war, in utlrumr. '. A. ft i:rni;M0!N, l;lllnr hii( 111 1. w kdnksdaV, m i Am 1 1 &. imim. Antnitt'pciult'iit livnl pttiwr. piiltlNtinl nvrry Wcdnr-uliiv ill Ki'Vliohlnvtlli', .b'lt'ri'sini I'm. I'll., lli voli'll ID lilt- lllti'trsl nt Hl'UliilllxMlll' nnd Ji'lTiTMnticiMitily. Nin-lttlnil, will irrul nil with ftitriM'HK. 11 titl will lifcHiMH-liilly fi li-nil-ly timtii-il III ItilHirlnit i-Iiixm. PitWrlpi Inn pi !.'i'l . pi r v-iir. In ndvniu-p. I'liniimnili'iiltiinn Intt'inlril fni- piilllrnHm rniiHt Imi h intpnnliMl liy I lin wiIipi-'h muni', not for piihtlriitlon, lint iw n iniuniiilrr of Itooil f:iltli. Inli'ft-siltiif ni'-.Vf IIi-iiih mtlli'lii'il. Ailvi-rttHlnt rnii-t iiitiilr known on iippllrn tloti M Ihi'ollli'i' In AriioliU' llliH'k. Li'iiirlii y I'oniiniiniriitlotn fiml rlitimxo of dvrUni-ini'nlit lionM n-urh Ihl? olllrn liy Monilnv iiihui. Ail'li - nil .omninnlfiltlonn lo ('. A. f Irpll onton, Iti'ynol'lsvltli'. I'n. Kntort'il nt III'...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

m Star. Subncriptinn $1.00 per yrttr, in nrfrnnee, C. A. RTRPIIKIXjMtX, Kriltor and Pub. WfhWmiAV MAIirlT 2.V INMI. Tratelv' Wul. Passcnirer trains arrive and leave Kryn oidsvllle as follows: Allrghtny Vallry JMUray. Eastward. Westward. Train 9, - (1.44 a. m.lTrttln , - -7.40 a. m, TrnlnJ, - i on p. m. Train J, 1.42 p. tn Train I 6.57 p. m.Trnln 10, - 8.48 p. m, bkysoi.iisvii.iii ptwT-orrirR. Mall arrive and leave the puet-ofllce an follows: Arrive. Px-part. rnnM Tn wrsT. Ton th hast. l.U p. tn. - - T.no p. m.12.Sp. m - n.2p. m. VROM THlt HAST, roll THI WEST. I. 00 a. m. - t.00 p. m.lMIt a. m. - - I. Ill p. m. Arrives from Hathmel and Prescottvlllo II. 30a. m. Arrive from Pnnlc Tuesdays, Thurdny and Saturdays at 2.:) p. m. Permits for Present trllle, Rathmel, Panic S CO j). m. Office hours T.on a. m. to 8.1)0 p. m. Money order oftlee open from 7.00n.m.to T.iW p. ni. Kculstor office open f rom 7.00 a. ni. to 8 00 p. tn. I.eitul Holiday from 7.00 toK.no a. m. mid front 12.011 to a.U) ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

Wyoming takes the lend. A woman has unnonncod herself as coudidato lor tlia governor' oknir. The curb of ex-president Harrison calls itttutitioii to the fnct thnt Wash Ing.im, Jefferson, Madison, Jackson ml Fillmore married widows. According to a now directory of the elito, Brooklyn has its 1,000. This seems to tho World to open the way lo the Greater Now York's M)J. An editor in Kansas, calls every limn who pays a year iu mlvnnce "Colon. 1" j nix months, "Major" ; three months, "Captain" i tho others, "Mr." A California modioli paper com mniiia on tlio startling fnct thnt thnt tnte, with fewer iuhnliitnnts thiin New York city, hni rive grent insiino asylums, with about 4,500 patients. One tlgiiro of speech has Frofisor Roentgen of Wurtzberg ruled off tho dictionary of cant. Anyone enn now see ns far into a millstone ns the X rays will penetrnto and to their pry ing qualities there is yet no known limit. A Scot once said that if ever tho North Polo was discovered one of his countrym...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

. . . Yankee :ntrrprlaf Krerlrrt. Tnkon as a whole, t'entrnl America offer a fair Mold for forelRti nlcr prlse. By young men of t'lf-dru.ring and sober lmblls, possessing i-npitnl of from 55,000 mid a tolerable kmm-1-pdjfe of the Ppnulsh lnngungc, success 1 either lit comr.iercn, agriculture or mining may Iw ooulUlentl.v cnuntcd upon, but they must ovoid nil Inter feronoo In local politics. In tlnsc, as In nil other countries, the foreigner whose character and mode of life com mand rexpect W 111 very seldom, If ever, suffer molestation nt the lnmd of the authorities. The Mcni-ngim on rial, If once commenced In ctimcKt, will open up the almost Inexhaustible resources of that republic, and the en gineering works alone will offer lucra tive employment to thousands of for eigners. Its physical tlltHciiltlc are Insignificant compared with they? which Lessens never overcame on the Isthmus of I'nnamn; ami, pcrlmpx. the greatest obstacle to contend with Is the silting of the alluvial deposi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 March 1896

BOMBSHELL'S BftAVE UEEO. the Io( KnTi.it Two Lit tin Children From Seiiout Itangnr. Whilo n gnu wns bolnfl lonrlpj Bomh shnll would ait ou tii parapet nml Watch the opnrntiou. That flnihhod, he would Jntiip np nrl look out to ea over the rone end then scamper down from the pnrnpet nnd follow nn Into the bomb proof. As usual, Bombshell wns on hnud to boo the tost of tho now big gun He superintended the londing, nnd Whilo 1 wan nimiiiH tho Run he looked over the range an curufollv as did the lookout, and from his air of respotisibil itT one might have supposed that to him had bwn intrnMeil the duty of seeing tbnt the range was clear. But when wo slatted for tho bomb proof, instead of following ns, as was his enctom, Bombshell remained on the parapet, looking out to sen anil mnflliitf the air. Iu n moment he dashed otT through tho bushes whieh covered the unrrow beach botwoon the parapet nnd the sen. Though thinking his actions peculiar, I was sure that he wonld not remain in front of ...

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

I VOLUME 4. KEYNOLDSVILLK, TEXN'A., WEDNESDAY, Al'ML 1, 1890. NUM15EK 10. MtttlroaA fftm frtblre. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IM Kt'FKCT MAY 1W3. Philadelphia Krlp rtnllrnad WvlfdonTlnm Table. Tniln leave Driftwood. EASTWARD 9:M it m Triiln s. dally except Sunday for Hiinhury, llerrllniri and Intermediate sta tion, arriving nt riillmli Iplila :l p. nv, Niw York, p. tn.l Hull Imnre. Sr 15 p.m.; Wwdilimton, "I p. m Pullman I'arlor cur from Wllllam!mrt and piomcnuer couches fmm Knno to I'lilluilflplilu. 8:30 p. m. Trnln , dully except Hominy for Hiirrlxbuix nnd liitciiiicdlnte millions, ar riving t Philadelphia.!" A. M.s New nrk, 7:3a a, H. Pullman Plcrplni cnrn from IlnrrlHlnire to I'hlliidclphla and New York. Philadelphia pnHHenixcrs run remain In ftleepor undlturlied until 7:011 A. M. t: p. m. Trnln 4, dully for Sunbiiry, Tlurrlfi bnrir nnrt Intermedium fit at Inn, nrminir ut Philadelphia, B:ft3 A. M.s New York, V-.XI A. m. on neck dnya nnd WM A M. tin Sun days Hnltlmore, :3fiA. M.i Vnli...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 April 1896

LKTEST HS IRl WASHINGTON. AFTER BIG PLATES. Navy Department Trying to Find Large They Cm Be Hade. Bow The ordnnncn officers of tlin Nnvy Depart ment nrw In correspondence Willi the Cnr ricglo Stool compnny nnd tho Bethlehem Iron company regarding specifications fir the ar mor pinto Intended for tho new hntt!w!il, Kentucky nml Koarsnrgo. It I understood thnt tho speeHlontlonx will differ very slightly from those under which previous contracts have been made. Tho conditions of tin- n ptnnce twt will ho probably ui'iro seven than they nn now. Tho specifications will U completed nml hlli Invited wltliln tho next week. Thi-ro linn been some ih'lnv on account nf pertain inquiries sent to Plltsshurg nit'l Bethlehem n few days ngo. Tin so two Arms were Invited to let tho department know whnt nro tho largest shod plates which could bo gotten out with the priKont fin-ili-ticx. Since tho lust contract was made hnth llrms hnvo enlarged their pliinta, anil l-ttT facilities linvo been irvl-li l f...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 April 1896

BASQUE AND BLOUSE. STYLISIIOARMRXTM FOR L.AD1K9 AND MISKS. tlesrrtptton of a Handsome Dnuble- m Breasted Manque A lllntise of IJrown Serge The tautest In lodl" Wntsta. - X" BEENlSH gray vigoronx that I matched the skirt made the VjT stylish basque depicted in the illustrotion, the reams of sleeves being piped with dark green Batin, which also facet the lapping idea and rippled lover edges. Kmall green lab. shaded pearl buttons in gronps of four- are used to decorate the fronts and sleeves, the neck being finished with a smooth, standing oollar of green velvet The basque is glove fitting with donble bnst darts and the nsnal back seams to the waist line, be low which the seams are sprang to give the modish ripple effect all STYLISH DOUBLE BREASTED BASQUE DESIGNED BY MAY MANTON. around. The front laps widely, closing with the collar at left shoulder and down left front in doable-breasted tyle, buttons and buttonholes or hooks and eyes being used to oloee, as pre ferred. The stylish sle...

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

S'ii'i.i('W)iM'im Jff.W) ;irr irnr, in (iifrdmr. '. A. l l;l'iinniv l:iinr I lnb. "V K I ) N KS I )A V, A I 'I II. 1.1 wil. A Inilrpi'mli'llt lih'ltl pit per, pnMMtc.l rvt'ty WtMtnitliiy nt Id'ytmlils llh', .lciT.r-.n Prt., ill'Vuli'.l to tin tti1cr.".ts ttf Miynllvt1li' nnil .IctTi'i-motifount v. N.m-ihtlltlrnl. will trritt nil with fiilrtii'iM. nnil will lie i'MH-i'liilly fili inl f limiinU tin hiltotliiK 'hi. riliHrriiMiitn iriiifi.inipii' yi'iir.iii mivnm'p, CnminunlrHOotm liitnmli'il for tiuliMi'tlttntl Hunt In n inipmtli'il hy tin wrlivr't nnnii. nut fur tuihlliMtllfin. hut nt t nuiirntiti'i nf ffiHxl fulfil. Iiilit-t.tliiil lii'wn Iti'mn follrlliil, Aiivrriixniv nui'i niniii' kiiiihii nil iiptinrn tlnii nt thi tilllcK In A mollis' Hlox-k . Lrtitflity ntnimiinh'utlon nnil rliiitiixn nf tirlvortl-ionii'tilN hIhiiiIiI nmii'Ii IIiIh ntllru hy Monthly niHiii. Aililn' nil I'nnimiiiili'ntlimii Inf. A.Hti'iili enfton, KcyiioliNvlll, I'ti. Knli'ml' nt tin Mwtortlrn t 1ttynoMMVllli, Vn...

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

0. Wt & Star. Subscription $1.00 per iffir, U mlvnnre. . A. STKHIIICNSOIV. I'.dltor nnd I'lib. WEDNESDAY, APRIL J, IPim. KtAWtltt' CJnltl. rassenirnr trains arrive nutl leave Iteyn Oldsvllle mi follows: Allegheny Valley linihrtty. Eastward. Westward. Trains, - - M4 a. m.lTniln 8,- 7.40 ft. tn. Train I, - 1.(10 p. m. Train 2, - - 1.43 p. m. TraluA. - 8..17 p. m.lTniln 10, - 8.48 p.m. nrTKDi.iiovii.in post-owcs. Malls arrive and leave the post-onlee as follows: Arrive. Depart. mm Tll WIIST. FOB Till AfT. l.ld p. m. - T.on p. m. 112.3" p. tn - - 6.20 p.m. raoM th hast. mu tnim. 8.00 a.m.- - 8.00 n. m.17.1" a. m. - l.m p. m. fl Little ot Everytning. "A chiefs amnnir re tnkliiR notes, Ami fill ih hu ll print em." The 8tar" for One Liollar. For a few month at least, we will ofTor The STAn to now subscribers for 1.00 a year, cash in advance. This of fer holds good to old subscribers who pay all arrearages and ono year In advance. All back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 April 1896

Ch iMg" has made a brand new Bil.le 10 iu in the pulilio trhools. It is dehtgridd to be unobjectionable to any religious denomination. A former foot ball player of the university of Georgia, who is now with the Cuban insurgents writes that tbe service is not nearly so dangerous or exciting as playing football. Of the 13,176 miles of stroot rail way in the Uuited States, only 1,050 are still operated by horse power, showing bow promptly this country drops a good thing when a better is discovered. "Lincoln's birthday, observed as legal holiday for the first time this year in New York, New Jcrsoy and two or three other states, is sure to obtain a permanent place on the calendars," predict the New York Independent. The late official report shows that, contrary to oommon belief, cases of religious mania are rare in the British hies. It also discloses tbe strange tact that more mental aberration is developed among the tribe of peddlers than among any other class, physi cians and druggists...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 April 1896

T Spring I0II1G four blood In Spring in alrnoit certain to be full o( impurities the aeonmnlntlon of the wluter months. DikI ventilation ofsleeplnfl room, Impure Mr In dwell ings, factories nod shops, oviirpnting heavy, Improper food, failure nf the kidneys and liver prop-rlyte do ostra work thus thrust upon them, nre tho prima onuses of tills condition. It Is of the utmost importunes that you Purify Your Blood How, as when warmer wether come and the tonle effect ot cclil bracing nlr Is gone, your weak, thin, Impuro tdool will not furnish ne-.'essary Btrnnntb, Thst tired feeling:. Ion of appetite, will open the way for serious disease, ruined health, or breaking ont of humors nnd Impurities. To make pure, rich, red blood Hood's Sarsnpartlla stands un equalled. Thousand. testify to its merits. Millions tnke it M their Bpring Modlcloe. Get Hood's, because Hood s Sarsaparilla la tbe OueTrue Blood Purifier. Allilrnmrisis. $1 "l ' PrepareJ onljr by C. L Rood a C., Lowell, Mn. kaJIa Dills...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 April 1896

52555s!! HALF A CLNTURY CLO. T. . ...... fori Coughs, Colcln, Vhoop. mg Cough, ana nil lung diseases when used in i..tiKAn. Vit'tv v.firfi ncro. I Elder Down wr.i given j up by his physicians toj aie wiiii t,uiiBuiiiiiuii Under these circmnstftn ccs he compounded this! Jbltxtr, was cured, and I lived to a irood old aire. I You can try It for the! price 01 one doctor s visit, i or sale everywhere. CURED ANNUALLY. l-'or Milr I iv il. Alex stoke. AXXOl'XCEMKXTS. V'ountu iuiicr(ittmti,'nt. FOR COUNTY BUrKKINTKNIJKNT rnOF. P.. Ti. TEITHTC'K, Of lllKH'KYI AYVII.I.K. HuhliH-l liHliiMlivl-liiliiif tlir.li-IVi'i'Miiil'iiiiMty Pi-IhmiI Directors' Convention, May .". Is:i. B Kl-XH CUKKK HA1I.UOAD. Nfw York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co., LeilN OONDKXSF.n TIME TAPT.K. IIKAH IT Fxp Mull Nd:i7 Nil in HKAD IHVWH Kxp Mall NOVKMHKII IT, ISM. it in 1 ii"i Arr.. 1 14 p m fit :m 8JV2 .T'ATTON ...I,vo. .Wctuver ::, ma ha I-1 ! 1ft l.ve. . . Ki-rrtiii KY . t(M (120 4 1.5 4 ( .Arr. so!:-' ; aJ!a m. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 April 1896

A7 VOLUME i. KKYXOLDSVILLK, PKNN'A., WEDNESDAY, A PHIL !?, 185H5. NUMBE1J 47. I n id I 12 in I nn I 12 ai I 12 :w I 12 42 J2 44 124H A 100 1 10 120 I 14A r I. V PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN KKFrXT MAY ID, 19I'.". Philadelphia Eric Hnllmnrt Division Tlmu Table. Trillin leave Driftwood. FASTWAKI) :M II m-Tniln S, dully except Piinrtiiy for Hiintiury, lliirrlslnirif ami Itn -i mediate slu tlmm, arriving Bt t'lilliulclphlii :il p.m.. Ni-w York, p.m.; llnltltnore,fl-.l!t p.m.! Wiililnitton, 7:ip. ni I'lillmnn I'nrlnr car from illliimsMirt nnd piisnciiger conches from Knnc to Philadelphia. 3:!lfip. m.-Triiln A,, dully except Sunday for HitrrlHbiirif mid Inlet mediate hIiiIIoiim, nr Hvlng lit IMillticlt-lpliln 4::w A. M.i New ork, 7:: A. M. riillmnn Sleeping ear from lliirrhdiurg to Philadelphia nnd New York. 1'hllndflphln pavtcngera ctin remain In alccper iindlidnrlied until 7:IX A. M. 9: p. m.-Trnln 4, dully for Punbiiry. Hnrrl bun; nnd Intermediate tutlon, nrrlvlnu lit Philadelphia. lt:.V!...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 April 1896

V II INUR STKTE COMMERCE II. LONG AND SHORT HAUL The Supreme Court Decide! Against the Railroads. An opinion was rendered ly tho rtuprcmo Court Monday In thocnseknown nsthe "Ion ami short haul" ease. Involving In validity of tho provision of tho Intor-Stnto Cnmmereo act, prohibiten ft higher charge for n short haul thnn n long haul, appealed from thi decision of the Circuit Court of Appeals for thn Fifth circuit, ihenppcnlwn taken ly the rnilrnnd. Its title was thn Intor-Stntn Commerce Commission vs. tho Cincinnati, Sow Orlcnn A Tern PaolOe ltallroad Company, tho Wi-stern and Allnntiu Bnl.road, and thn Georgia railroad. The decision of thn court below wn affirmed in the main, tin opinion holding tlmt In cose of shipments from one state to another on through bills of lading rallrond companion could not exempt parlies nnd give them special rate?. Justice shirn delivered the opinion. Thn depute concerning this matter Is one that has lieen continually nrlrlntr in various parts of tho co...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 April 1896

r i ; I. roRio Rica A COMPARATIVF.LY tTNKXOWN ' ISLAND BICtiOMJIXO TO rAI?f. Xlesltf n Cuba It 1 I lie Role Remnln Inn Spanish l'osscsslon In the Went Indies Rlrh In Memories, S jr rATN'8 vast possessions in tho L two A morion havo nt last 13 dwindled to two islands of tlifi West Indies, Cnbn and Porto Rico. Tim former in well known through the scenes of bloodshed and war with which we have become familiar. Tbe latter, Torto ftico, the "Rich Tort," so called by tbe early Spaniard because of its fertile noil and groat shipments ot tropical pro ducts, in comparatively unknown. IVw tourists go there, as there is no direct line of steamers with paisenger accommodation, although the island has many 'nml varied attractions. It lien in nbont the same latitude (lfl degree north) as the island of Ht. Thomas, and in situated between that isle and Snnto Domingo. Two greiit names are connected with tho et.rly ' history of Torto Kioo, not to mention many other since its discovery and first scttl...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 April 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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