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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 April 1896

1 Sxthtaription $1.00 per yrnr, in wfrmtrr. V. A. HTIci"lir.!No, i:llur and Vnb. , WEDNESDAY, APRIL P, tWW atirrturlere' ttl. Paiipnmr trains arrive nnil leave Uejrn oldsrllle a follow! Allrqhtny Vnllry llnilmiy. fltmtwa'nl. Westward. Train , - - 6.44 a. m.lTniln 8,- -7 40 a.m. Train I, - l.Wl p. m. Train J, 1.42 p. m. Train i n.M p. m.lTraln - .4H p. m. RRTNOMISVIM POT-orrirW. Malla arrive anil leave the post-office a follows! Arrivp. Depart, rnna thk wkht. ron th r ast. LIS p. m. - - 7.10 p. ni. 1 13.30 p. m - - ti.2np.ni. rains tiikraht. rim nm wfht. I on a. m. p. ni.lf.lS b. m. - I IS p. m. ft Little ol Everything. "A ridel's nmon tnklns note, And faith he'll print vm." "The Stat" for One Hollar. For a few months at least, wo will oltor THE STAR to now subscribers for 1.00 a year, cash IX advance. Title of for hoUle (food to old subscribers who pay all arrearage and one year In advance. All back subscriptions will bo charged at the old rato of U.0 per year. "Oh where will you go...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 April 1896

Three expositions nra booked for next 'year tit Baltimore, Xushvillu and Otnnhn, Tho Bussiuii government linn 10 eontly placed contracts for 12, 000, 000 worth of war material in llio I'll it ml Ftntcs alone, nml tlio Pnrlimncnt of Jupnn in Dow discussing ft plan for tlio Investment of 3 1 ID, 000,000 in fleets end fortresses. If llio cutlioilo rny assists in tho diagnosis of sitsprcled appendicitis,, it will ho a boon to innnkiiil, suggests the Admits Jonrtinl. This trouble has bcun foiiml to be frequent, ami unless a correct diagnosis in mndo in the earliest stage, tho chnnccs of ro to very are far from good. The interinitioiiiil rxhibitiou of agri cultural implements, to bo held nt Vienna, will afford Amerieiui inventor ml liiititu fucttiriTH iiuotlier oppor tunity to show thoir olil-timo superi ority in tlmt branch of industry, suggests tho New York Tribune. Thut ih n good plneo in which to nuiko tuck a showing, too. for tlio eastern part of the Dual empire in ouo of tlio greate...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 April 1896

rv v - Mothers Anxiously watoh declining health of their (laughters. Ho tnany are out olf by conBumptio'Y iu early years that there ia real W for anxiety. In the- early r when not beyond the veaor indicine, Hood's Harsa parilla wi,. restore the quality and quantity of the Mood and tints Rive good henlth. Head the following letter : "It Is but Just to write about my laughter Cora, aed 19. Hho was com plotoly ran down, daellninir, hail tlmt tired leellnit, aad friends said she woulil not live over throe month. Rlie hal a bad Cough and not'iini? seemed to do her any Rood, t happened to read about Hood'a Rarsapa rtlla and hud her (five It a trial. Prom the fory flMt dose ebo lierfan to get better, Vfler taklag a tow bottle she wa com. letely enrol nud her health hat been the est ever alao." Mm. Annia l'sca. IJ Railroad riaee, Amtordm, . Y. "I will sy that my mother has not itated my c.ivj In a stnag word a I would have done. Hood's iMipnrllla has truly eared mo and I am now woll." Cob. ...

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

V 1 PROFESSIONAL CHES3 PROFITS. Til. Ieonnlnrj Reward Rnmll In View of Demands on the Intellect. ProtVuHloiml cIipsb liliiyora, coiisitler Ing tlio liiliorimm lmtnre nf their work, the diameter of liiinil, mill tlio Idmk 1 re pnrntory utmly rennireil, nre prnlmlily hs ill pntrl in any kind if tutollttf-t nnl workers. Thti profsloiml rlien plnynr who enrns by his piny more than n I cent mocUwt living is highly nuiTossful man. An effort mny bo hired to run n cbem Rutonmtoti mid piny with all cower, at n tulury loss tlmu some tynfl Writtm eurn. There nre iu all thn world probnbly lewi than half a lmndtod hinli ly skilled pnifcpRlonnl oIhwh player. Tbo HiiRtiiiRd convention brotiKlit to gether 22, and the rnimbnr wiw notable. A few professional rhe players are men of menus, but for t.he most pnrt the passiou for the annie lends the profes- lonnl player to pnt anide material ooti nldorntions in or.'.or to follow his bent. Some of the best known players dress shnbbily and live plainly. Th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 April 1896

.v.jtt7 t w VOLUME 4. HEYNOUlSVlLLE, l'E.N'N'A., WEDNESDAY, AI'IIII, 15, 1890. NUMBER 48. 7 .1 ,1 IN F.FFF.CT MAY ID, 181)5. Fhllarirlnhla A V.rW Itatlmail Division Timo Talilu. Trains o HrlftwnoU. KASTWAKI) 0:04 a m-Trntn 8, dully cxci-pt Hnnrtiiy fur Hiinhiny, lliiiilslmur mid lnti'innillm; stu tionn. arriving lit I'lilliiilclplilii 8:111 p. in., Now York, ll:'.':t p. m.i lliiltlnionil:l. p.m.! WHohlnuton, "::) p. ni I'tillninn I'nrlor ivrr from Wlllliinisnort. unci pnmrnicvr ooui'lu from KnnMo riilliifli'lplilu. 8:119 p. rn. Truln , dully t'M'opt Snulny fur Unrrluhurir nnd lnH'rm'illiiti Million", nr rlvlnitat IMillnriVlphln 4::ia. M. ; Nrw York, 7:tl A. M. I'lillmiiii Hlrrpliia ears from llarrlnhiirB to I'lillmli'lplilii nnd Ni-w York. 1'hllndidphln pwc'iim tin rcniiiln In bIooimt iiiidltnrl d niitll7:lA.i. :: p. m. Trnln 4, dully for Suiihiiry, llnrrls iii nnd lnti;rnirdliito minion, iiitIvIiik nt I'hlliuli-lplilii, A. M.; Now York, :'M A. M. on work (Iiiy nnd 10.38 A M. on Hnn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 April 1896

I (V. IHIEUBE IROM WHSH1N6T0K. IN FAVOR OP CUBA. Vonenrreat Resolution ef Recognition Adopted ky the House, S44 to 27. Tire house adopted the conference report en the Cubsn resolutions by a tote of 244 to 97. Eighteen Itopnblicsns and nine Demo crats voted agnlnst the resolutions. Thorn wwro but K more votoa agnlnst the repor than agamst the original resolutions. The former wote wan 282 to 17. By Its action the lionse agreed to the eonnto resolutions ami dispose of the Cubnn question for the pre sent Those resolutions were as follows: Ilcsolvcd, That in the opinion of congress a condition of public wnr exist between the government of Hpnln ami the government proolnimed anil for some tlmo maintained liy force of arms hv the people of Cuba, and that the United" Htat'n of America should maintain a strict ncntnrllty between the con tending powers, according to each all the rights of belligerent" In tho the porta and territory of the flitted Htntos. Resolved, further, That the friendly o...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 April 1896

CONVENTION HALLS. WHKRH PRESIDENTIAL CANDI DATES WILIi UK NAMKU, Famous Building In Which For pier National (lathering Met Ideal Structures For St. Louli and Chicago. VHICAOO inaugurated the idea I that National convention balls V" should be imllt to bold a multitude back in May, 18f!0, when it built tbe immense wooden -Wigwam made famous by the first nomination ot Abraham Lincoln, say the Times-Herald of that city. Bince then the National Executive Commit' tecs ot the two leading parties, in lo eating their conventions in anch 1 cities aa St. Lonis, Minneapolis, Cin' einnstt and so on, hava always de manded assurance ot the ability ot f') rfu .-J V J r Aft CHICAOO COLISEUM, WHERE DEMOCRATIC CONVESTIOX WILL nob oities to scat, feed and sleep a great crowd. The most famous balls in which Na tional conventions have been Held are (or were), the two Chicago wigwams the Lincoln and ' the Cleveland wig--Warns the old Exposition Bnilding on the lake front and the Auditorium nd tbe Expositi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 April 1896

. t - Sfte Star Suhsmiption $1.00 per year, in adrancr. V A, STKI'HKWaOM, Kdllornnd lnb. WEDNESDAY, Al'HI L i:. 1SIM. AnlndiHnt1nt lorn I pup'T, mlllhrlivpry We(ln"il:iy nt, Itcynnlilivllli', .li-flvrKin n. P,, it vol i-il lo Ihi) IntiMKHtn of Hiynolil-ivlllit nnrl.TclTi'i-iiincoiiiilv. Non-iiollllriil. will unit all with fiilrmvu,. nml will lii't-spceliilly friend ly toward tho lultoi-iittc rlti. Ruhflcrlptlnn prlrtil.onpi-rycnr.ln ndvnnco. UoimmihliMUIoiift Intended for iiublli'iitlon mtint bo mvoniimnli'd by tho wi-ftpr'a nnmi not for puhlti'iitlon, hut nn ii inmnint',' of good ftillli. Inii'tTHtlnir nrivn Ileum Mollrlti'tl. Adviirlisliiir riiti-H nmlo known on itppllcn Won at the olllon In Arnolds' IIIih'Ic. Lenjrhty fonimnnlrntloim nun rhnnirn of nvnrllH'ninlM hIioiiIU runoh this oflleo ly Monday noon. Addrru all iMimmunlratlimn to 0. A. Stcph ennon, Uoynoldsvllln, l'n. F.ntort'd nt t ho poMnfflrn at Iloynoldnvllln, Pa.i as sorond oIiihh mall mnttor. Chosnpeake bay has an area ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 April 1896

V gnt -r Star Subscription $1.00 per jiear, in udvancf. V. A, UTRPHRNIlONi Fdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY. At'ltlL lfi, 1SW. QTratttltve' OTultt Pnmonirer trains arrive linU lnave ttcyn oldsvllle BR follows: AUnheny Vutky Jfrn'oww. EHutwnrd. Wnstwnrd. Trains, - fl.41 it. m.lTriiln 8,- -7.40a.m. Train 1, - - l.(H p. in. Train S, -1.42 p.m. Train t - - 6.A" p. m.Tralii III, - B.4H p. in, Hrvimi.nsvii.i.a rosT-orrios. Mulls arrive mid leave tlio post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart, r bom Tim WT. rORTH r.Af. 1.1(1 p. m. - - 7.(10 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - B.2np. m. mourn bast. ronTiiswrsT. t.ODk. m. - - S.utt p. m.17.1 a. m. 1.15 p. m. A Little ol Everything. "The 8tr" for One Dollar. For a few months at liRHt, wo will offor The STAR to now subscribers for 1.00 a year, CASH II advance. This of fer holds good to old subscribers who pay all arrearages and one year tn advance. AH back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate of $1 .150 per year. "A Thoroughbred." The Star for $1.00. ftlve u...

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

The Mate in Cub duo not support single public library. A Chicago newspaper ha figured out thnt by the census of 101)0 Chicago will contain 200,000 more people thau Jfow York oily. A Kansas court bus rutsil Hint "a tnan who calls upon a womnn rogulnr ly and takes ber to entertainments oo easionally,is legally eugagod to ronrry Ler. - - - -" Thd courts of Missouri dooido that teacher baa control ovor a obibl from tbo time it leaves tbo parent to tbe time of its returning, including tlm time to and from school, . .1 Tbo colored people of lbiltiniore, Ml, are demanding colored teachers lor all tbo colored schools, and tbn cboul autboritics are milking arrange tnenta to let them hare llioir way. Acording to the Now York Observor women constitute two-thirds of all tbo church membere in tbo United Blatos, but only oue-thirtoeuth of all tbe criminals. Mon make up twelve thirteenths of the oritninala and ouo third of the church members. ' An eminent sawmill statistician esti mate that the fo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 April 1896

The Ornnira, N. 3. women have established training sehool for dninestlt-s. Beanllfnl Though Painful. We tins "Come, Gentle fliirlnir," and aro often very sorry" thnt we did anything of tbs kind, tor Spring, though beautiful, li lom times very painful. The very Itimry we en joy In the return of the twtlmy air In the Intent source of a great mniiy fnnn and arliee. It la heoans the nerves are relaxed In this way that they become weak and an eexy prey to aiuldn attacks of neurnlulai n tonio of eold, healthful, air brnees them up and makes them strong against any eunh at lack, but the midden ehnnire to warmth makes them liable to be preyed up n by this disease. For thla simple reaon thn gn-Bt nerve disorder has many victim at thin time, but we have In Ht. Jamba Oil eointlilng that restores the tone, vigor and strength of the nerves to what they bad been. The prompt use of It In theee neuralgic attack of sprlng tlme U sure to le followed by perfect cure. I cantint enrnk tno highly nf I'ls...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 April 1896

United Slates Marsftal's Sale. Hv vlrtuo of fiiiniliy writs of IwPvni't Fnclns nnd VfiHlttlnnl KxponHH. Ibhiii'1 out of tho ( irmit ( 'imrt if Hit) I'nitrd Hlatin ifor thu Wi'Htoni Dlnti-ict of IViinsylvnlu, nml to mo illivrti'd, I will exMiHo to nubile lo on Friday, Hprll 2. 1896. nt tn o'clock A. M., at my ofllee In tho Ki'doiHl bulldliiKi corner ot I'om-Ui Avpinic mid Smilhfb'ld uttvetR, In the City of rittsbni g und Hlnto of IVnnyl vaiilii, tli followlim diwrllx'd property, Huntu In the nounty of JnlTniunn nml Stntt? of IVnnsylvnnla, to-wlt: l'ii-.il. In tho township of Hnydor, ht'Ciinilni; lit n ntom, fonnirly a uhi'iry corner of warrant No. !ll, nlno a roniiT of win runt No. l.VM: thenuc by tln lust mi-nlioni'd wnmint lino North "0 li (Tivi'H Kant W ."i-IO rciN to n jicwt: tbi'iico South 20 ci'unvn Kust 12 5-10 rod to ii pox I, formi'ily a hemlock: tlii'DC" South 2i t di'fjriTs Wrst '25 rro1 to n lxch: ttienre North 70 deirtvi-s Wi'Ht li." rods to ii poxt, formerly iin Iron wo...

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

v He VOLUME i. HKYNOLPSVJLLK, 1'KNN'A., WEDNESDAY, APIML 22, 1890. NUJLBEK 49. V. Uttlrtt fftmr arable. jknwsylvan IN KFFKCT MAY 10, 18U3. Vlillndi'lpliln F.rlo Wallrftnrt nivMcm Time Table. Trillin P !rlflwHl. KASTWAHI) 9:04 m-Tniln H. dully vxi-cit Hiinflny for Hiinhui'V. 1lriiHlnnf nnrl InternuMtluto Mtii tloiiK. n'rrlvlnu nt IMilliiilHnhla :S1 p.m.. Ni-w Viirk, B:'il p. m. ; Hull Imore, fl: i.m.; Wsnhlnifton, ?: p. m I'lillmim I'nrlnr flip - from Wllllnmspiirt nnd pnweniti'r imnicIim) from Knni' to I'lillndrlphln. 8:3! p. ni. Trnln (1, iliilly -M'ipt Rummy for Ilnrrlnlmrir nnd Intrrmt'ilmto Minion, nr rlvlim ni lslilliidi'l)lil4::i A. m.i Ni-w York, 1M A. M. riillninn Plrrpliii ran from llnrrlnhnnt toriilliiili'lpliln and Now York, rhlludi'lpliln piMm'tiirrrH run remain in fli'i'iicr unillsliii lied mull 7:U A. M. t-M p. m. Tmln 4, iliilly for f iinlnu y, Hnrrlit burit nnd liiici-mi'dluto Muttons, mrlvlnu lit l'lillmlelplilll, :!3 A. M.i Nnw Yolk, ll::tl A. M. on mi'i'k duyn and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 April 1896

. ' PROGRESS 0 1 CUBAN NR. CUBANS WIN A BATTLE. Ota. Maceo'i Force! Engage tht Spanish Nesr Lechnia. Havana correspondent of the "lmpnrclnr telegraphs thnt the advanced guard of Macro's forces have hml nn engagement nenr Lcchuzn with the Alfonso XIII. bat talion. The Hpnnlnrds were compelled to fnll bnek upon their main boily nenr Han Clnudlo. The troops lout four killed and 14 wounded. Five brothers of Smw are, re ported killed. Further details of the en gngemont thnt hnve Iwb mnde public nhow thnt the Spanish column occupied two hours In advancing from Mnriel to the point where It met the mnln body of Insur gents. Tho retreat to the San Cladlo estate which Is some distance west of Mnrlel, occu pied seven hours. On their retrccit the troop were exposed to a constant tire from the rebels In the rear, and were frequently compiled to form squares so resist the chargm nf the enemy. It was necessary to use cannon to open n wny ii in n 01 the vanguard. The wounded P-panlards were embarke...

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

r." v F SOUDAN INVASIONS, BltlTHtl COXKfilCTS WITH THE M AUDI'S FOLLOWERS. Thfi Present Expedition Against the Dervishes How They Were Trapped In 1N8N Kate of lllcks and Uordon. PRIME MINISTER SALISBURY perhaps denim to conquer tbe whole of the Soudan and (, Rive England a new lease on Egyptian affairs, asserts the Washing ton Pathfinder. He received notice from Italy that tho dervishes were likely to attack Kassala, a point Italy has now decided to abandon, and if that point in taken it will be a great menace to Egypt. The natives of the npper Nile region are laying aside their own internal quarrels to combine against Egypt and prophesied by Mohammed, was to ap pear on the earth about this time to exterminate all unbelievers and turn the world over to Islam. lie and his enthusiastic disciples grew obstreper ous and in August, 1881, England, by reason of her sponsorship of Egyptian nlTairs, was forced to send an expedi tion against them. Hicks Pasha's army, the first sent, was massa...

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

Y V X Star Subscription $1.00 prryrar, n ?rnjtr. C. A. MTKPIIKNftON, Kdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, APHIL 22. 1S!M. An Indr jM-nili'nt Iwnl pnpiT, piililMirri every WodncHtluy at KoynoldHvillt', .It-nvr-mn Cd. I'n., cloviiu rt to tlin liilrrvMnf Id'ynolilnvlllo and.Ti'ITt'rwimroiinty. Nnn-pnlltlrtil. wllltrvnt nil with fnlrni'w, mid will Ih ptvtiilly frlrml ly townrils tht Inlmritm rlnm. BulwiTlptlon iiricofl.nnprrypiir.ln fiflvnnro. G'ofnniiiiili'ntlon Inti'iiiliMl for piiblli'iitlon must ho tici-ompnnlt'd liy tho wrlti-r' niimn, not. for puhlliMitlon, tint ns ft mmrnntw of food fultn. Inti-rostlnn tiewn lti'm sollrlti'd. Advertising TtttH timdo known on iippllrn tlon Bt thu office In Arnolds' lllcx-k. LonRhty communlrntlmw mid ehnnue of advert limnt should reni'h this onVe by Mondny noon. Address nil oommiinli'iitloni too. A. Steph enson, Keynoldnvllle, ln. Entered nt the postofflre Rt Reynoldsville, P., an second claim mall matt or. Tho. LanRhorno Standard myn tlio olovnnth commnndmo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 April 1896

-fr Stan Wripion .00 per ifar, in advance. A. WKfHIIIWON. Kdtlor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, ArilK. 22, 18IW. I A Little ol EverutHlno. "In plti of wild wpatlicr W Iniirnnjr hIkiik: On diijr It's a sIkIi. And not her a nn. But it nw- dm'k the way, Mkc Mmwm "f IlKht Thwu's snnlwsm hy day And lnrlMMm liy nlKlit. Trailing arbutus Is In bloom. Wall paper 2c. per roll at Stoko's. Hundreds of shirt waists at Dcemor's. Wall paper 2o. up to 50c. por roll at 3,ke's. I Puncture-proof tires sold at C. F. VY . rr I1UU 1IH II B. The Hotel Dolnap business ofllco has Kjen enlarged. Go to Rlston's for anything you want n fishing tackle. I When you want shoes Robinson's can -how you variety. ( The gardnors are beginning to put Velr "patches" In order. Regular dollar kid glove goes for 80c. his week only at Deoraor's. ( Misses Alice and Netta Adolspergor ialted in DuBols yesterday. I 'Don't make mistakes buying your hoea until you see Robinson's. Mrs. Elijah Trudgen, of Brockway- Me, visited in town this wee...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 April 1896

Real estate iu Ilnvnnn, Cube, has fnllru to one-half nnl olio-third of ita Talua ton yenrs ngo. Tlio lntcst statistics Rive tho mini ber of Protestants in Germany ns .It, 000,0 )1) mi. I tin) number uf Catholics bh lH.ooo.noo. Iu tlio Hpnuihli parliament consist ing of 410 deputies, Culm has never bad mora tlmu six nml usually only throa members, . , . '' A statistician computes Unit Queen Victoria in now sovereign over one Continent, 100 peninsulas, 000 prom ontorios, 1,000 lakes, 3,000 rivers nml 10,000 islands. Soverni literary nml modienl col legia nml othur institutions of Iiuli ana hnvo confederated for the dovol o(mont of n nnivorsity on a "bronil. non-soctnrian basis." Judge ltiokit of the United States court at Cleveland hns rendered a de cision of grout importance to rnilrond men. He declares that the preferred took of a rnilroml does not oonstitulo lien on tlio property. In tlio muiiioipiil ilintrict of Gullies, Cuba, two yenrs ngo, with a poptilu tlou of 13,000, only B00...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 April 1896

i Spring four blood In fprlng la almoit certain to l lull of Impurities the accumulation .ot the winter months. Bad ventl!atlon of ilonplng rooms, Impure nit In dwell ings, factories and shops, overeating, heavy, Improper foods, folium of thi inncys and llfar proprlyto do ostrs work thus thrust upon them, are the ' prima causes of this condition. It it of the utmost Importance that you Purify VourBIood Mow, M when warmer weather oomos and the tonlo effect of eold bracing ntr l gone, your weak, thin, Impure blood will not furnish necessary strength. That tired feeling, lo ot appetite, will open the way for serious disease, ruined health, or breaking out ot humors and Impurities. To make pure, rich, rod blood flood's Bnrsaparilla stands un equalled. Thousands testify to Its - merits. Millions take It as their Hprlng Medicine. Get Hood's, because rOoodTs Sarsaparilla tsllieOneTrueDlnod Purlflrr. Alldrunrlsls. ft lraparel only by O. L Booil k Co., Lowall, Mm sOPiTS PHIS w?thHnr."'.rjrg;...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 April 1896

THE LAST STRAW. Thorn urn tin- It-Hern hi wnt ms Pml IIHlo in"-nUlirlft of Ink Vowing hor lortt to cttntt-nt m., Fifty lmn m-r, on ilnk. Tlirro nro my fimllith old 1-M--I--All thnt I wrnto ht-r mtiirm d, BbwkltKl III tlulnly silk ft ttem, Captlrv. condcmntKl to 1 bnrnad. Plcnn for fornlvnm-M ur pity, (Juotlimn nntl tt f.ilt'r mi-IlM, Himtm- liiullm-l tt witty. l)Kinft, nt1 notio of thi'in wlM Btnyt Ht-rtt't A KfinlMu billet. Ah, 'tin In r till-.iiii tc nutu: "Wt linvo ht pii I ni iii'iiiph nitty. rifwt" n'ttirn ull lhat 1 wrut." Clerelander. THE TRACER. Bow 11a Follow Vp llhnnpnt Parcfmsrs on tho InHtallmvnt Finn. One of the most iniiinrtnnt nipiilii the employ of a firm thnt make a spwialty of Rolling goods on the Installment plan is tlin "trailer. " His duty, an hi tiiinio signifies, is to And ont the whuri'iilxiuts of dollnqnont customers, who think to get out of the troublo of future pay ments by quietly moving away and neg lecting to leave their now nd'lrpss. Nothing could be m...

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