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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 May 1896

Wm VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1890. NUMBER 2. , Wttilronfc Crltn ttnWr. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN KKFKCT MAY U, 18!."t. Philadelphia Erin Knllmad Division Time Table. Train. ,,J1,.,1"'1'"d :M a m-Trnlii Vdally except Sunday for Fiiitibiiry, lliirrlnliurK unci Intcrnu'illiitc sta tions, arriving lit Plillntli-lpliln p.m., ?.iw YorK. mil p. m.i minimm,., ...... Washington, 7:: P. ni Pullman Parlor cur from Wlllliinisport unci passenger concurs 3:;n o. m.-Trnln fl, dully except Pnnilny fur Hiirilsliing anil Intermediate stations, nr rlvlnn hi Phllinlclplila4::lA. M. New York, A. M. Pullman Wccplm? cars from Hiirrlsliurit to Philadelphia iiml Nw .Yo,'k' Philadelphia pnssi-nitcr ran remain In sleeper undlstnrla-d until i:"uA.M. H:itt p. m. Trnln 4, dully for f nnliury, Harris bur mid Intermediate "t lit Ions, arriving lit Philadelphia. i! A. M.I New York, :. 1.1 A. M. on mk diiys nnd WM A M.im Hi. days Hiiltlmoie, 11:30 A.M.! iiwtilofftifii, :.) A.M. Pullman cur...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 May 1896

DEIIR UNDER flUING WALLS. KILLED OUTRIGHT. Explosion of Osttline Causes Frightful Disaster in Cincinnati. By the explosion of a gasoline engine In the five-story building nt 430 nnd 482 Walnut turret, Cincinnati, lit 7:45 Monday, the build Ing was utterly wrecked, 80 to 40 persons killed, and possibly more, nnd mnny per tons wore Injured. The full extent of the low of life cannot be ascertained nor will It be known until the debris la entrtcly remov ed. One reason for the uncertainty ns to the ' number killed Ik that there were two saloons In the buildings, presumably having the usual evening crowds, only these were In etnntly crushed beneath the inion of brlek end mortar. The four upper floor were also occupied en Ant, containing mnny fnml He, the full number of the member not being known nt present. Hut that the low of life hue been Krent. and thnt the catas trophe l appalling, ere certainly known. 1 lie eene of the explosion I one of the busiest, most thronged portion of the elty...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 May 1896

A HUCELip PALM. OF Atti TRRK.il THR COCOANUT IS TUB MOST VALUABLE. The Sea Vehicle ' for Its Wldt DlstrlhuMnn nnd Propagation Many true! to Which It It Tut. OF the 080 or mors known palm, the cocoamit palm is at ouco the moot gtaoeful.the most picturesque and tho most useful, It Is to this tree that Puicbas quaintly refers In his Pilgrim age, when ba mji: "Jlut of greater admiration is the conuetree. being the most profitable tree In the world, of which in the Island of Maldina they make and furnish wholo ships." A farther i('.ca of its numerous uses is hinted at in the oriental saying that: ,'Tue attributes-of the cocoa would All Tolume." The Ceylouese claim that it has as many uses as there are days in the year, in substantiation of which they exhibited at the World's Colum bian Exposition just 805 uses of this wonderful palm. With many other plants that bare been cultivated by man since prebis torio times the exaot oriniii of the co coa is not known, though it doubtless came orig...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 May 1896

fcft -fr Star iSuliMription $1,00 prr v" ailiwirr. ' A. NTKrilKMNO. l:Mr nml IMib. W K I ) N ks nAvTMAY-! :Ti mm' , ii tmli'tHMiilt'tit liM'nl pnpi'r, puIiIImIii'iI I'Vi'ry V (Mliii'-uliiy ni Id'yimliNvlll,', .li'lTi'i-son l'u. I'n.. iltvit!it lit 1Ii Intcri'iln of Iti'ViinliUvlllii nnn .lr(T'i'M,mi'iiiiniy. Nnn-iKilHlriil, wlHtri-nt Nil Wit It ftllrtllK, llllll Will lHl'MMllllly flllMllt- if townril lln Inlxtrltifr rltln. PtilmTlptlnn prli-i'f l.n)Hrirpnr,ln nilvnntv. 'imitiiiiilrnttiiitN Inti'iiili'il fur iiuhlli'iillini tniiHl Iw n miiiatilril liy Ihn wr(lir' nnini, mil fur piililli'iiMim. Inn n ft gtiiiriinli'i' if ftond ftillli. I tittrtHt Inir iii'wb lli'in wnllrlli'il. AilvprtlHinir rnli tmiiln known on uppllrn tlon nl thi'Dllli'c In Anml.IV llliH'k. I,inulity riiininiintt'iillnn nurl rtinnirn nf Arlvnrllnc'motitM uliiiulil rtitrli IhW olllrti by Mouttnv in ion. Aililii'Hn nil I'onininnli'ittloiK tot". A.PIrpli inon. Itnyinililivllli., I'n. Knlim'il' lit I In ptmlodlon nt. Ki...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 May 1896

m fr Stan Sttbiicription $1.00 per year, in advance. r. A. ftTKPHKNNON. Kdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, IfflM. ftravtl' Oulbt. PnMpnunr trains arrive and leave Ueyn oldsvllle an follows! ' Allegheny Valley Unihray. Rastvard. Westward. Train, - 8.44 ft. m.lTniln (I, -7.40 a.m. Tniln 1 - p. m. Train t. -1.43 p.m. Tniln . p. m.lTraln 10, - - .t p. m. BTI01.rmVIM,S roaT-nrrtca. Matt Rrrlve ami leave the poat-omce ft followm Arrive. Popart. Ynftftt TUB WKST. ' rHTHrAPT. l.Wp. m. - - 7.no p. m. IH.an p. m - - am p.m. mom thk sast. nm th wkst. I. 00 . m. - t.00 p. tn.l'.til ft. m. - l ift p. m. Arrives from Rntlimcl ftiid rrearottvllla II. 80 a.m. Arrives from Pnnln Tuesdays, Tlmrdays anil Saturday at i.M p. m. Ik-parta for I'reauottvllle, Rntlimrl, Panic t on p. m. oftlce hours 7.0 a.m. to S.nn p.m. Money order ofllre open from 7.00a.m. to T.30p. m. Milliliter offlt'e upon from 7.00 ft. m. to .() u. m. Leunl Holidays from 7.00 to .O0 ft. m. and from 12.00 to a.l o. m. E. T. MlUaw, P. 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. — 13 May 1896

No tower tbnn twenty-seven expedi tion in search of thu North pole Imvo been made iu .o lust twouty-ilvo yeurs. Tlicro nm between nix nnd Keren million Hebrew in the world nnd two million o these, Sir Siimnel Montagu estimates, might be reliud upou to go to Fulestino if asked. Hnrdtnclc in doomed in the French navy. M. Lickroy bus ordered tlmt oft brend bilked oil bould shall henceforth lio sei veil out to the sail ors iustcud of ship's biscuit. Tho Atlanta (On.) Jonrnnl 1ms been sending a reporter nronnd to weigh himself on tbo scales of various gro cers. He found bin weight vnry from 121 to 134 founds on various scales. The population of Itnly is increas ing with great rapidity. This seems, to the Washington Star, to bo in line with the philosopher's observation that the poorest people somohow have the largest families. Canon Gore, in a sermon at West minster Abboy, London, told his congregation the other day that much of tho Bible must have been taken down by shorthand. St. Steph...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 May 1896

Cripple The iron Rresp of scrofula hns do . mercy upon its victims. This demon of the blood is often not satisfied with csnsing dresdfnl sores, bat rucks the body with the pnins of rheumatism nntil Hood's 8srnprilla cures. "Nearly fotir years ago I became nt flleted with sarofula and rheumatism. Running sores broke out on my thighs, tteces ot bone came out and an operation was contemplated. I had rheumatism In my logs, drawn up out of shape. I lost up petit, could not sleep. I was a perfect wreck. I continued to grow worse STid finally (rare up the doctor's treatment to Well take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Boon appetite came back) the sores commenced to heal. My limbs straightened .out and I threw away mv orutches. I am now stout and hearty and am farming, whereas four years ago I was a cripple, I gladly rec ommend Hood's Rarsaparilla." Ubba Hahmokd, Table Grove, Illinois. Model's Sarsaparilla f the One True Blood Purifier. AlWlrwrirlat.. tl Prepared only by O. I. Hood k Co., Lowell, Ms.....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 May 1896

THE 80RQHUM3. Cnltnra of Kaffir Corn ancrharlna and Nnniaccharltia Varlatlaa of Rnrclmm. The sorghnnis nre dividod Into two general group snoclmrinn nnd uoiifho chnriuo. After considornble experiment tation it has beou shown tbnt the non saccharine sorghnms nro most desirable tor itook feed, eithor an forsgq or for the grain they contain. The varloty Which ha given tha best remits, all things considered, is the red Knfllr torn. In common with all kinds of sor ghnm, it is very sensitive to cold while yonng and starts slowly. Consequently the best rosnlts have been obtained in the seminrid regions where the soil warms up early and deep and whore droughts are severe. In Kansas, Okla homa and Nebraska the most flattering results have been reported during the past three or four dry seasons. It may flourish in other states under similar conditions, bnt it is exceedingly doubt ful whether it will ever pay to grow it where the ordinary Indian corn can be grown so successfully as in Indiana,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

Mm VOLUME 5. It E YNO LDS VI LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1890. NUMIiEH 3. 1 llrtllvoab- Crtmt OTabt. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IS EFFECT MAV 1", 19!W. Philadelphia Erie Hnllmnrt nivlnlonTlme Tahlo. Trains leave Driftwood. KASTWAHI) 8:04 n m-Tinln 8, dully except Sunday for Snnhiiry, llnrrMmnr nnd Intermediate sta tion", n'rrlvln nt rhllmiclphla :'-' p.m., New York, p. m.: Hiiltlmnre.fltOi) p. m. WiiKhlmttcin. 7:l."ip. ni l'nllmnn I'nrlor cnr from WUIIiimsnoit and pnnondr coaches front Knne to iNillnriclphtn. 8::m p. m. Trnln 8, daily except Sunday for Hiirrlshnrtt mid Intermediate stations, ar riving at Philadelphia 4::m A. M.i Now York, .. ":Xi a. M. I'ulliniin Slccplii cnr from lliirrlxhinx to Philadelphia and Ni'W York. Philadelphia pncnKcrs ciin remain In sleeper undlnttirlicd until 7:00 A. M. !:: p. m.-Trnln 4, dully for Hunlmry, Hnrrls liiirit nnd Intermediate stations, arriving nt Philadelphia, 8:W A. M.i New York, 11:88 A. M. on i'rk dnyn nnd 10M A M. on Pun dnyi Hnltlnior...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

HIE NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. HADJI HASSAN GHOULI KHAN Ths Late Shah's Only Diplomatic Represen tative in Washington. The death of the Hhnh of Torsln reenlls mnny amusing incidents connected with the presence In Washington of Hadji Hassan Ghoull Khan, the first anil only minister l'cmtn ever sent to the Vnittnl Htntes. This Individual hnd mnny of the peculiar trait that mnile the visit ot the Hhnh of England, iiitin yenre ngo, notorious, nnd nlthough he remnined in Washington only a few months, he nITordcd much amusement to Iho town. In nppenrnneo the Minister resembled a mulntln, mill thin (net got the servants of Home of the most prominent people here In lot of troulile. Frequently they were shocked to henr that the Minister had' called, and M enrd had been returned to him by hose nnswetlng the Ml with the Informa tion tliMt the Indies dl.l not rwlvd oolored people. 1 no Minister, when Ik first renehed Wash ington, like mont of the reprcsontutlvi'S from ihe Fnstoru eouiitrli'n, wiw so...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

"FARMERS' ROADS." A MATTER OF 'IMPOUTAJfCR TO TILiLKKS UK 1 lit. SOIL,. United States Department of Agri culture Takes It 1p Macadam and Telford Systems Model North Carolina Ronds, THE United States Department of Agriculture has token up the matter of "farmers' 6 roads." avers the Chicago lU'cor3, and ltoy Stone, an engineer of the department, believes that farm ers can build good roads without im poverishing themselves. On this sub , ject Engineer Stone says : "In the first place the road that will best suit the needs of the farmer must Hot be too costly ; in the second place it mtiBt be of the very best kind, for the farmer should be able to do his heavy hauling over it when his fields nre too wet to work and his teams are free. The road that would seem to fill the farmer's need, all thiugs con sidered, is a solid, well-bedded stone toad, so narrow as to be only a single track, but having au earth track along side. ' "A fine, dry, smooth dirt track is the perfection of roads; it i...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

ic Star Snhncriplion $1.00 per yrnr, in ndrnnrf. '. A. HTKPilKMNWH. K.lllor mill t'lib. wkT)Ni:si)ay, may 20. ihihi. Anlmli'ppmliMit liM-nl imiiht, nilillliiailivprjr W nilni'iiliiy nt Ki'ViiliKv II It. .Ii'iivi-inn I'o. f'H., (Ii'vniril 10 tin' Iiihti'iIk "f Hfi-imlilivllli' nnil .ti'irpinoiiriitinlT. Non-iKillilriil, will ifi'iit nil Willi fiilni", mill will lii' iHitvliilly fili'iiil- ly townnl. Inn liiiMirinic num. HulMi-rlm Inn prliT l. ml mt vi-nr, In mlvnni'w, I'limmiinlriillonn Mltlonn iiui'iiiii'ii mr lnm inlilli'nlliin must Ihi hi' I'uniniitili'd liythn wrltrr r nntni. n.t fur mililli'Mll'ifi lltlt nN It HIIHI-11 Mil'' U'xmI fnlih. Iiit.'nillnir ni-wn lli-nm milli'lli-il. Ailvi-rllKlnz rnt iimilii known on Hiilli'it tlon nl. tlii olllct" In ArnoliU' lllin'k. I.i'nchlv I'lininiiinliiilloiw nnil I'liiiintn of rtvnrllm-nn'iilK kIioiiIiI mmii'Ii thin olllrn liy Momlny noon. Adrt,Mlli,omniiinlrnllon to!. A.8t'in num, Ui'vnolilsvllli', I'ti. Kntrni'if nt t lio iMwtolltco nt Kcyn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

Snbuertption $1.00 per year, in mhance. C. A, RTniIIKIl"ON, Kdllor mid Pnb. WEDNESDAY, MA V 20, 18ll(l. rtntnlrtt' nnin. Pawentw trains arrive ami leave Reyn olilnvlllo nil (ullowm Allegheny Valley linihmy. Rnntwnrd. Westward. TnittiK, - 6.41 a. m.Trnln , - i.ion.m. Train I, - - 1.00 p. m. Train 3,- -1.43 p.m. Train a H.IV7 p. m.lTraln 10. - - M8 p. m. NKTHOl.twrii.M rosT-orrica. Mall srrlve nntl leave tlio pnst-imro as follows: Arrive. Depart. from thu wkt. nmTimrAHT. l.U p. m. - 7.nn p. m.llS.ro p. m - - w p. m. rHOMTHtRAKT. rim Tim wruT. .no a. m. - - T.oo p. m.lf.M a. m. - 1.16 p. m. AiriviMi fnim Hithmil and PresrnHvlllu Arrives fnim I'rniln Tili-wliiys, Thurdnys and Hiitiinlayii at S.:) p. m. Hrpnrm fur Preacoltville, Kiitlimcl, Panic l.Oo p. m. (MIch hmimT.mil. m. tnft.no p.m. Money order nfflee npn from 7.00n. m.to T.BOp, m. Hi'Klntnr offli'B open frnn ,7 00 ft. m. tn ft.oo p. m. . I.eiiiil llnlldnys from T.on tnft.00 n. m. nnd from 13.00 to 3.00 p.m. E. T. McUaw. I'. M. A L...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

Edison )ri)lipnifB tlmt in ten yenr horseless carriages will be the rulo.nnd horse-propelled vehicles the oxeep tioii. Tlio money order business during tlio litKt quarter of 18SK5 In said to liavo exceeded tlmt f nny previous qtuir tor in tlm hiMtury of tlio country. Clnusoti Collude, tlio agricultural school of South Carolina, has dropped French nml German from its curri culum, mid will tench only English. Each yenr brings nn increase in tlio unmlinr of bicycle factories nml they nil seem to l)u busy. The wheel has surely coino to sljiy, predicts Farm, Field ami Fireside. Pioneers in tlio Bangor (Me.) Jail nro to liu hii ppl i !! with potted plants to euro for in their coll. It is be lieved tlmt tlio curd of tlio plants will liavo nn "elevating nml reform ing influence." In Snxouy no one in permitted to shoo horses iiiiIohm ho bus passed a public examination, nnd in properly qunlilk'it. A school nt Dresden hint students from nil parte of the worlit studying "furriery." Thin inclini...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

"A ESoolls It is ofton difljcnlt to convince peo ple their blood in impure, until dread ful carbuncles, aboesjsos, boils, sorof ola or salt rheum, are painful proof of the fact. It is wisdom now, or when ever there is any indication of Impure blood, to tnle Hood's Barsaparilla, and prevent such eruptions and suffering. "I hud a dreadful carbuncle itwrnni red, fiery, fierce and sore. The doctor at tended me over seven weeks. When ttao aticew broke, the pains were terrible, and I thought I should not live through It. t heard and rend so much about Hood's Barsaparllla, that I decided to take It and my husband, who was suffering with bolls, took It also. It soon purified our built me up. and restored my health so that, although the doctor said I would not be able to work hard, I have since done the work for 20 peoplo. Hood's Rar saparilla cured my husband of the bolls, and we regard It a wonderful medicine." Mas. Assa 1'iTiasoH, Lai liner, Kaunas. Hood's Sarsaparilla It the One True Blo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 May 1896

TWO SNAKE STOIUKS. TOLD BY A GENTLEMAN WHO 13 AWAY , UP IN 8ERPENTOLOQY. nitki-i Tkat Mhontd Not Ha Rillfxl How tht mark Bnaka tlnntu and CaptarM IU Food Rmcalna- it Ship Prom a rjthon "Who Had Calmly Taken Fotumwlnn. ''"Sit clown nnil shnrppn yemr pencil, While I OTprhiml my mental shelves," mwuked Mr. Thompson, eurntor of the toologirnl collection in tho park, In an swer to n request for some snuko stories. "Before giving you somo of my oxperl t ncrs I want to enter a protest ngiiinst tho Indiscriminate slaughter of our com mon harmless sniikes, such us the lilui'k .snnkc, garter snake, uml the liko. Every f armcr should protect them, fur tin y are lienrfiolnl, instead of being hnnnfnl, as is generally snpposed by n large major ity of Immunity. Any naturalist will tell yon that the food of the black snake consists largely of rats, mice, etc-., while that of the garter snake is principally insects, sneh as griw.shoppc.rs, caterpil lars, etc. "Now for Home of my experiences. In my y...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

lie VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1896. NUMDEK 4. Hnllrooo rims J)KNNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT MAY 17, Philadelphia A Eric Vinllroiin Division Time Tolilo. Trillin leave Hi If (wood. KAHTWAKI) 0:04 a m-Trnln H, dully except Cuiidny for Hiinlmry, lliirrlbiirij nnd Intermediate sta tion, iirrlvlnit nt I'lillitrlcliihln p.m.. Now York. H:il p. m. I Hull lnioro. H:( p.ni.i Washington, 7: ft p. m I'lillmnn I'nrlor car from Wllllnmsport nnd nnenier ooiicno from Kimoto I'lilliiilelplifii. H::w p. m. Train , dully except Pnnclny for Hiirrlshnrg nnd Intormodlitte station, nr rlvlnit m Plilliulolphlii 4:110 a. M.; Now York, T:!W A. M. l'llllliiiiii Hlt-i'pliiK our from lliiirlhir to l'lillinlelplila luid New York, rhlliiclolpliln piisonircr rim remain In leoper iimlMtirlicfl mil II "rCO a. m. (t:ilft p. m. Trnln 4, dnlly for Hmilmry, Hnrrl-biu-ir nnd Intermediate Minion, arriving nt I'hlliidi'lpliln, :.VJ A. M.; New York, :: A. M. on week dnvn nnd M.:tt A M. on Hiin ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

SEVERAL HARD FOUGHT BATTLES WON BY THE CUBANS. Insurgents How Seem to Be Fairly Well Supplied With Cannon. A bloody engagement took place on the 9th Inst on the sugar estatoTrtunfo, near Kongo, belonging to Mr. Whiting, nn Amerlcnn cltl fcen, between Colonel Hwm, nt the head of 600 regular find two guerrilla companies and SOO rebels under Joee Sluwo. The Span (aids wore In the houso and wore unaware ol the proximity of the rebels, who wen" htM'n In the machine house ami In me bushes nearby. The lniirKi'nti, after tho fight, continued on their wiiy, nnd the defeated Spanish forced, In revenge, seized sume peaceful la borers end threw them Intu the molasses tanks, which with all filled and boiling. The Insurgents hait four kllh'd ami in wounded. The Spaniard had two captains, three lieutenants nud 14 soldiers seriously woundi'd, 67 slightly wounded aud one com mnndcr and 1U soldiers killed. The combined Spanish column of General Sandoval and Colonel Zalillvar, l.HOO men in II, met the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

ALL ABOUT WOOL PREPARING TI1K STAPLE FOR TDK MARKKT. Sorting" the Sheared Wool In the Bill It Scouring, T)rtng and lye ing Blending nnd Mlxlns; What Wool Loici In Weight. T I THE three prinoipal natural I fibers which aro used in the I manufacture ol fabrics, says cT the Chicaao Record, ere cot ton, silk and wool, and under a tang ntfying glass the three are seen to vary widely in structure. Cotton ia ft veg- table fiber, which flatten and taints when it dries, for it is tubular in its form and this flat twist gives it the holding quality: needed in textile fibers. A silk filament is almost dead smooth on its sur'soe, but wool is barbed, its scales form little nooks which eatoh'in to each other, and easily make a "felt" Without weaving or twisting. Wool is classed in two orders long staple and short staple. The long staple wool is less barbed and the fibers are smoother and longer, and are straightened by a "comb," and benoe are called "combing" wools. The short staple wools are cal...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

.iiibitrrijitinn $1.00 per year, in advance. '. A. HTKPIlitNKOI, l:llt..r nnd IMih. WEDNESDAY? MAY 27. IWWI. A n ImleiH'nnVnt hwnl pniwr, published pvpry t?!llf'M(iiy lit llt'ynllville, . Jefferson I'n. I'd., devoted to the lnler"4tnf l(eyntildvtlle nnn.leffeHtnn enmity. NiMi-iwillllenl, will trent nil with full-new, mill will heeNniH'liilly ftiend ly towiird Hit luhnrlnK c Itm. Rnltwerlptlnn prlee?l.t"ierynr,ln ndvnnep. t'ommnnleiitlonn Intpmlen fur publlciitlon muf)U 1)0 nre.impnnled Ity tho writer' mime, not for nulillfiition, tint tin n uimrnntoe of KimxI f)ihh. In1erettlni new Itenumtllelted. Advertising rntos made known on nppllcn tton ftt the ntHce In Arnolds' Hlo-k. Lenifhty eoniniunlfiiilnn nnd rhnnffo of Advertisement should reneh this utile ly Monday niHin. Address till commitnlrntion to 0. A. Steph enson. KevnoWlsville, Pn. Kntored' nt the postntlleo nt Hoynoldsvlllo, !.. ft second elnss mntl mntter. Next Saturday In Decoration Dny nnd the jfrnvris f th" "I'l KohHi'iit w...

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