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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

1 Suhtrrifitiim $1.00 per jfr, in udminrt. . A, RTKPIIKIVIMtKI, Krillor mid I'wb. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, ISI'ti. TvttviWr' VlnlAt. Passenger trnlns arrive mill leave Iteyn oldrllli as follows! Allegheny Vattry linihray. Eastward. Westward. Trnln s, - - M4 a. m.lTrnln . -7.40 a.m. Truln I, - - 1.00 1. m. Train J. - 1.42 p.m. Train 8 - I.A7 p. m.lTmln 10, - H.4H p. ni, MKTSOI.USVII.I.K POsT-OmcH. Malls arrive mid leave the post-offleo a follows: Arrive". Depart, rniw yhb wkst. FOB THB BAST. I.ln p. m. - - 7.on p. m.lli.sn p. m - - s.'jnp. m. moM THUKAMT. BOB TMB WBST. I. 00 a. m. - i.m p. m. 17.1.1 ii.tn. I. lit p. m. Arrive fnim Knllimel anil I'twotl villa II. M a. m. Arrives from I'anle Tuesdays, Tlmru uya ami Siilnrdnys at '.'.:m p. ni. Departs for 1'rrscottvlllii, Uuthmel, l'linli' l.Onn. m. omve hours T.on a. m. tos.nnp. m. Money order oilier opi'ii from 7.00a.m. In 7.3(1 p. m. Ki'kIhIit oflli a open (mm 7.00 a. m. to .oo p. m. I.irnT llollilnrx fnim 7.00 toK.oo a. m. nnd fnim li.H0t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

A clever criticism of Americans I Hint nf nil AiiNtrlmi nrrhdnke, who re cently traveled in tlin United Slates, Hi) snys wit nro disposed to he luuro tbnu lifu-slxcd. Tim Toronto Canada Globe ex claims: Tlio Americans have rid Hiem Solves of the hitlcnios nf ono of tin) grouti-st wars In history In n way Hint slums iu marked cunl r n-t to itinn.r lin gering nlilii(iiiiNiiin inherited from earlier centuries. Ona grent murnl inlliicnon nut ynl credited to tits birynlo is Indienled, chronicles tlio Now York Hnn, in tin) (net Hint horses are now no cheap in tho Went Hint horso stealing in no longer worth while, mid Hint species of oritno linn practically disappeared. Lovers of afternoon ton will linrdly ppreelnto tlio growsomo rminlur Hint tun lonvos urn mneli used in China for preserving corpses. Well-to-do Celestials often embalm tlio mortal re main of a specially loved rutntiru in client of ten, which preserves the body for ninny yours, Tlio Htnto of New York has boon building n iiew...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

hoe Cablnst. ' The furnltura-makara m showing a beautiful article of mahogany and glass which remind one of the cablneta for bric-a-brac, but It la more aubstan tlol and Ita lega are shorter. It la made to hold a woma v1ioo and to atand across the coru her dtvss-lug-room. One Raster l -hns such a cabinet well Oiled, and " yn Im portant feature of the trough 'a Her cabinet haa three plate-glass i rs and a drawer which holds the p h and email artlclca for repairs. On .i top shelf la a row of slipper for even ing wear. The next shelf holds the pat ent leather ties, the cloth top boots With big buttons and the stout little calf ones for street wear. On the but torn shelf la rather a motley group ryolo shoes, riding hoots, tennis shoes, tan shoes, hunting boots and soft In dlnn moccasins of tiger skin, bearer trimmed. How Insects Multiply. The power of reproduction In Insects la one of the most wonderful parts of their economy. On beheading a slug a new head, with all Its complex ap purt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 May 1896

USE'THE RIGHT IIAKI) A PREFERENCE THAT 13 8H0WN NEARLY EVERYTHING WE DO. IN I Mvetiantee, at Table unit In SamM It I the Role The Bnttntin on Onr Cloth Inff Cniitome That Recognita the Bnpe rtorlty of the night. Tho other day, ott ofTorirtR to filmVo hand, with a arlf pnMPiwpd "young gen tleman, " I received from liiiu the left hand for tnlutntion, and lit revered parent iimtantly remarked, "That is the wrong hand. " Before I hnd well gotten out of my mind tlio thought, atirred np by this exprealon, I nv a rnqienter driving nails with li in left linnd in thn niot rosy going fanhion. There are. left bunded player in I ho baseball Held, iu the cricket field und in tho tennis court, ond it in cnrionn to note tho ehniigei mado iu tho disposition of the "Held" in the first two cases nnd tho evident discomfort of tho other plnyers in Ihe third case, Weinnyeven Bee left handed gunners in tho sporting clnhs, lint the bystanders instinctively draw back when ono appears on tho line, as If Ihe...

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

p4 VOLUME 5. REYNOLDS VI LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1B90. NUMBER 5. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT MAY 17, 1W0. Vhllndelphln A Krlc Nnllroiiil Division Time Table. Trains leave Drift wixul. KASTWAUD C:04 n m Trnln H, riiilly except Sunrtny for Hiiiibury, llniTislmra n ml Ititermiilliite sta tions, tirrlvlim nt l'lillnillilihl p. ni., New York, M:r.i p. m.i Hiiltliiior,:i) p. ni. Wiishlnirion, 7-I p. m 1'iillninn I'ui lor cnr from Wlllliitnspoit unci im-MiiSrl couches from Knneto I'lillitilelphfii. 3:1(1 p. m. Trnln i, clnlly except Pundny for ll-irrlshurx; mul Into imcilliilo million, nr Mvlim at I'hllnili'lpliln A. m.i New York, 7H3 A. M. I'lillnmn ttlt-epliiif enrs from lliirrlshurg to riiUailclphlii unci New Yol k, riilliiilclplitn piis-tenircrs riiti remnln In slo-eiicr uwllstiirlicd until 7:im A. M. t:X p. m. Train 4, dully for Hunliury, llnrrls bum nnd liiternit'illiito stations, nrrlvlnic nt riilliidi-lpliln, fl:.V! A. M.i Now York, : A. M. on ii'i'li dnys imrt iru.1 ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 June 1896

Is HUNDREDS KILLED, CUT OF ST. LOUIS DEVASTATED BY A CYCLONE. Bandredi of F.opl KUled-Vut Celt r no tlon of Property. AN ALABAMA POPULIST Offers Reiolutlone Impeaohlnf th Pmi dent of High Crlmee and Mlidsmeanor. Mr. Howard, (Fop., Ala.), th author of "If Christ Came to Congress, at th open- I ESI BOARD Of DEATH. HORROR IN MOSCOW. THB CZAR CROWNED. Impoilng Ceremony la the Cathedral of th Assumption. The Emperor Nicholas Alexandrovltoh, autocrat of all tha Russia, and her majesty Ing wsslon of the House Saturday, sprang Ow 1.800 Pereone Killed at th Ctat's the Empress Alexandra Feodorovtia, were ,. . ... u . V. . it I , - . I solemnly crowned on the With In the Cathe- sensation, but It was short-lived. The House, Popular FeU. dral of the Aee.imptlon with the ntmoet cere- One of the (rrnatert disasters of recent year overwhelmed the city of St. Louis Wednes day night In the shape of a cyclone, which began ehoii.lv after ft o'clock nnd for thirty minute tore lie awful way through the i...

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

HUNDREDS KILLED. CITY OP ST. LOUIS DEVASTATED BY A CYCLONE. Bnndred ef Peopl Killed Vut Destrao tioa of Property One of the greatest disasters of recent years overwhelmed th city of Ht. Louis Wednes day night In th shape of ft cyclone, which begun shortly after 8 o'clock nm for thirty minutes tors Us awful way through the city with ft velocity of over eighty miles sn hour Although reports fromthereareonly meager, owing to the nlmost totnl destruction of tho telegraph wires, it scorns certain that the nnmher of dead nnd wounded will amount to fully 1,000, and the damage done to millions of dollars. The city hospital, which fortunately sur vived the storm, Is tilled to overflowing with mangled men, women and children, and the morgue within two hours after the end of the storm, was so full of corpses that It was neeessnry to provide other quarters for the reception of the dead. In addition to those who were killed In their houses and In the streets, hundreds of dead are beneath the wat...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 June 1896

Of test snrl trial prorK lloorl's Raraaparllla to eunrqunlled for purlfylna;the blood because IrHood's Sarsaparilla laths One True P.lood I'nrlnVr. Allrlrita-irlstB. fl Hood's Pills cur all Liver 111. )U cents. Findings "Thetiest, of course," you ell your dressmaker, ind trust to her lining the OJL DIAS VELVETEEN SKIRT BINDINQ Why don't you tell her to use it or, better still, buy it yourself? tf your dealer will not supply you we will. 8mp t ihowlne labels nd materials nulled free. horns Dreimtkmg ' new book by Mm Bmm M. Hooper, ol "he Ladies' Home Journal, nine how to put on But Velveteen. Skin Bind ings sent lor 25c , postitre r"l- 3. H. M. Co., P. 0. B;x 409, ft. V. City. Mr. P. T. Hurry, who has general charge ot theailvertlsingeontraets ot the Chicago NoMpaior Union, la compelled to pass ft large portion of his time In Journeying to ami fro In tbe Interests he represent. Speak ing ot III pans Tabulns, Mr. Hurry says that he has carried them with him in his satohel on nil his t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 June 1896

'Sh it Star. sit'in'rififinn $l.(H) ptr tfitr, in mfniw. :. A. HTKIMIKftftflft, KillKir nml I'lih. WKONKspav. JUNK '. mm. A n lnilt'H'nhnt hioil pup'!, iulHh't ivrry tHlm-tiiy in liryiii'liUvllli', .h-tVi'i-im ro. I., ili'voiril to tln lnlnnl of Iti-yiiiililivllli wl .li'llVim enmity. Niii-miI It l'ii I . w III f ivnt nil llh fiilrnr-, nml will lMOMMnlitlly friunil ly timiinl Hie lnlimliiK 'ltlm, HultnTltlon rliMl.in'i'yi'nr, In nilvniii'o. I'oniinuiilcHlliiim hili'tnlnf for itiihllciiilon mint. In) iii'i'oiiiiuiili'tt hylhn whiim'i iminr, not for niilillt'iiilon, lint ni n eiiiinintiM of Ktmil frillli. 1 nlr'.l Intf ihw hriim hoIIi'IIimI. AilvertWImr rnl tnittlt Unown on iippllrit tlnn nt thnnltlrt' In ArnohlV Hlix'k. (.futility I'oniiiiiinlrHiloim unit I'hiimri of mlveriKrmr-ntw should rrni'h thin olllrii liy Mnmtiiy iHNin. AiMi-om nil ,'nmrminlriittnn tot A.Htcpli Oiinoii, KtvynoltUvllIt. I'n. Kiili'ri'if in l he (hmIoIIIi'ii nt Krynnliltvlllc, Ph.. n iwoml i'Iuhi. nmll mntti'r. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 June 1896

m it Stan yiulmription $1.00 per year, in mfrnnm. It. A. BTKPIIK1MSON, F.dltor Mid Pub. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 3. 1800. Tritrlr' OTulbf. Paeninr train arrlre and leave ltyn- IdivlllB a follow: A lie ijhrny Valley ltailway. Kntward. Westward. rnlnK. - 8 .44 a. m.lTrnln (1, - ".40 . m. rraln I, - - I imp. m. Train 1- 1.42 p.m. I rain a - - R..V p. m.lTrnln u. - s.t V m. mtvsoMwvii.t.c pimT-urrici. Mull arrive and leavs the post-offlt'e a ollow: Arrlvo. .Depart. rom Tin wkst. ron tiik fast. 1ft p. m. - 7. on p. m. 12.30 p. m .20p. m. FROM THRRART, I FOR THI WRPT. .on a. m. - t oo p. m. 17.15 a. m. - 1 IS p. m. ft Little ot Everything. "The Star" for One Dollar. For a few month at least, we will hffn Tur RTiR tn now nViarnmta tiw Hl.00 ayear, cash IN ADVANCK. This of fer holds good to old subscriber who pay f arrearages and one year in advance. Ml back subscriptions will be charged t the old rate of II. 50 per year. The mini who cheat hi Printer Out of a nlngle rent. Will nevrr reach the heave...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 June 1896

the yearly evioiions for non-payment of rent in the one city of New York exceed the entire nnmbor in Ire land. Hnll Cnlnc, the novolist, telle hit English friends that tho women of America linvo becomo "intollectunlly stronger tlmn the men themselves." A mnchiue for picking berries is naked for. "If there is anything bet ter tbnit bright boys nml girlN, wo hnven't found it," remarks the New England Homestead.. It is enid that ouc-touth of the pop nlntion of England suffer from gout. Dr.Fehlaner.a Berlin physiciau, At tributes this to the excessive consump tion of meat, nud recommends n inoro restricted or vegetarian diet. ( President Timing lias been investi gating the number of graduates of American colleges from the beginning. The number seems to him to be about 300,000, a number somewhat larger than is usually represented, of whom about ISO, 000 are supposed to be now living. Russia's death rate is believed to be greatly iucrensed by the practice of the peasants in plunging into ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 June 1896

The Happiest Heart. Who drivr the horses o( th tun akall nrA It fait Hv t Setter the lowly deed were done, And kept the humble way. The runt wilt And the sword of fame The dust will hide the crown i Ay, none shall nail so high his nam Tim will a4 It ilnwn. bie happiest heart that ever beat Was In some quiet breast That round the common daylight And loft to heaven the rout. John Vance Chny. IN A BOTTLE It wat a beautiful day in midanm- ier, and tueuali-a-bundred-oud cauin AMenirAra on tllA oaoA ateaniahit) Aantio were listlessly lounging about Vie deck. A They were already nine day out pom Liverpool, and owing to an un fortunate accident, which had occurred arly on the voyage, only half the listanee to their port of destination ted been accomplished. The accident had bean attended with to danger to the precious nmuau reight, but the monotony of thevoy- ge was becoming unbearable.and the passengers were beginning to gruni- E)le. Every artifice bad been resorted to o relieve the tedium...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 June 1896

FREAKISH STREAMS. REMARKABLE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME LARGE RIVER9. The MlmlMlppI Mo Lancer Hold Pint Flwi In North America A Rim of Writing Flnld Wonderful Channel of China' Sorrow," It In n nooKiilwil fiK't I" wlrncp Unit rrry fow grrnt river hnro Iwii thnr UKhly rxplorrd lijr going t1 sttv:tm. for in-nrly 8,000 yrnr travelers and ex plorer endeavored to dim-over the source of tlio Nile hy ascending that wonderful river. Hut l.v the timo they hnd reached the difllcnlf part of tlio stream their supplies unci energy were exhausted, and tlicy eonld ft" no farther. It i only by seeking tlio source of river liy overland route that explorers meet with mieces. It whs In this man ner that Hetiry M. Stanley traced the ronto of the Kongo in Afrien. In this way of procedure Frederick Schwutka was enabled to float down to Ynkon .and Spcko fonnd tho secret of the river Nile. Ono of tho most enrton riven that has nunc to tho knowledge of men is tho Wehlio Phehoylt, of eastern Afrien, a deep and ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 1896

VOLUME 5. RKYN0LDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1896. . NUMBER 6. HtnUronK Mm "bU. PENNSYLVANIA UA I LRU AD. IN EFFECT MAY 17, 1SIH1. Philadelphia ft Erie Hatlrnnd Division Time ThIiIo. Trains leave Driftwood. KASTWAUI) f:04 a m-Trnln H, dully except Pundny for l"unhury, HiirrMniru iind Intt rmedllitc sta tions, Hrrlvlnu lit Philadelphia :' p. m, Kcw Vi Washington. 7: ft p. m l'ullmiin Parlor our from WVlllanispoit and passenger conches from hnne to riillnnclplilu. 8::t9p. m. Trnln s, dully except Sundny for llnrrtshtirg nnd Intermediate Million, ar riving at l'lilliidclphla4:;iA. M.; New ork, 7:ltt A. M. l'lillnmn Sleeping earn from Hiirrlslmrg to Philadelphia nml New York. I'hllndclpliln passengers run remain in slcciier undisturbed unlll 7:1X1 A. M. t-M p. m. Trnln 4, dully for Stinbury, Harris burg mid Intermediate stations, nrrlvliiK lit Philadelphia, fl:.VJ A. M.i New York, J:XI A. M. on week days nnd lO.W A M. on Pnn dliyi Hilltlniolv, 11:20 A. M.; Washington, 7:40 a.m....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 1896

England in rejoicing in tbe posses ion of a treasury surplus of more than $40,000,000. Ballington Booth is going to mmint his "Volunteer" on bicycles that they may be nble to overtake the fleeing sinners, announces tho New Orleans Picoynne. Dr. Brewer in the Journal for Hy giene recommends consumptives t in linle vinegar end est peanuts, homo cannot digest peanuts, but those who can will find them quite ns elloctivo fat producers as cod liver oil, uud much more agreeable. A native of thcEaat Indies is anid to Lave invented a ruin-making nppara tn that will go. The principle is the vending np rockets charged with ether or ammonia, whoso liberation will cool the air to a point that will in duce the precipitation of whatever moisture the air coutaiua. An analysis of 2,000 accident poli cies on which benefits have been paid t-uows that 631 persons were injured by falls on pavements, 243 by car riages or wagons, 75 by horso kicks or bites and 47 by horseback riding ; 117 were cnt with ed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 1896

A GOOD INVESTMENT. The yellow baza o( midsummer hang its radiant pennon) over the vel vet slope of the Fairhaven (arm i the river murmuring softly ovor its pebbly bottom, flashed np like a shoot of sil ver, and the purple fields of clover nodding ready for the scythe, filled the warm air with street, slumberous cents. "Fine weather for the bayin'," said Eliskim Fairhaven. To Lis material nature Ood'a sunshine and the grand glitter of oarth and sky were but the instruments to All his pookets with sordid Rain mere accessions to "a good crop," Alasl is not this world full of Eliakim Fairhavens in one shape or another? Miss Comfort Fairhaven sat beside him knitting and watching the cum bersome frolics of a pair of twin lambs, deserted by their heartless mother, whom she was "bringiug up by hand." "Yes," she said, with a mechanical glance in the direction of the boamy west "Who's that a-ooming up the path, I wonder ?" One of the new hands, I calculate," aid Eliakim, screwing up bis eyes....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 1896

Wt jf -Star. Unlmrrijilinn tl.(h) (irr i'iir, t'n hiivdhv. V. . n II.I'III'.INIOV l;ill(r ami I'nh. WK1)NKSIUV, -MINK 10. I'HI. AulnliiHtltli'nt limit iliiMT,iltlilNhi'itrvit Jr V,Mlnt'ihy nl. HivvimliUvllli', ,lfltvrim l'i. I'll., livitlt(l Iti tin lhti'nt tif Kc.vinililx llli tlmt .li'iToMiiirnn!y. Noti-inM(1rtt'l. will irrnt nil wit Ii fulrm, tiuil will lmi'HMrlitlly frh'Ntl ly towuril tin liiltnrlhu rliiHw. Hill wrlpl ton jii-lci' f I .miM'r vi'iir, In ml v nnrt. ('omimiiilriitlonn ImIimhIciI fur iiiilillriillnn milMi htt nrroinpiiiili'il hy lbi wrlli'r'n lintm', lint for niihlli'iiiloii, lull iim n mmiiiitlii tif goiul fnllli. lntirr1lHit nrw Itrnn illrlliil. A(1virllln rntii timl known on fiipllr. tlon nt tli ofllr In Ainolilu' Ithtclt. l,ini:lily I'liMintunh'itlloim niul rlmmr of ni1vir1ltt;ininiP4 Hhoiiltl rrni'h llil ottli'i tty Monilnv iHMin. Aililri' nil rotnmiinlfttlon4 lol. A.MIt'ph Ctlon, Hi'ViioIiIhi IIIi-, I'll. Knli'ri'il in ilin MiKliitlli'i lit Itcynolilivllli', P...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 1896

1 SHlc Star Ki(ft!njii(il $UM per liear, u mlnimr. C. A. ITIiPIIKSlMffl, Kdllor nnil rub. WEDNESDAY. JUNK 10, 18INI. tvaprltte' Vlnlbr. tnaa.tlifM(. Ir.tll. RrrlVIt mill ll'flVf. ReVll- Oldnrlllo s follow: AUryhrny Valley Unihnnj. Train , - - (1.44 n. tn.lTrnln (I, - -7.4. m. Tmln I, - UK) p. ni. Train 2,- -1.42 p.m. Trnlna - 6..V p. m.lTraln In, - -Ms p.m. BRYsoi.tmvii.i.R msT-orricit. Mulls arrive nnd leave Itio post-nfflVB ns follllWK! Arrlvt.. Pi'imrt. mnMTH wrrt. rim TIIK K.AST. 1.IA p. m. - - 7.(10 p. m.l2.:m i. m - - .fi. ni. ri)Tntiim. rim Tim wp.st. .00 . m. - - f.Mi ti. rn.l7.IH n. in. - - Mil p. m. Arrives from Hathmrl nnd Prcwnttvllle II ;li. ni. ; Arrlvr-n from rnnlc nu"ilnys, nnirunys and Hntiirdiiyi. M 4:i p. m. iwpnrTH ror rrescoiivinn, luiinmei, mini: S.noji. m. ufAVe hmirsT.no . m. los.no p. ni. Momv order ofllco oimmi from i.OOn.m. lo 7 1 p m. H.'Klnlcr office omii from T.en a. ni. to H. n. m. Legal llolldnvs from 7.00 to.oo n. m. nnd from I2.IK) to a.ou n. m. K. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 1896

LATEST NEWS M WASHINGTON. OPPOSED TO THE bill. Ways and Meant Commlttt Bipsrt Agalntt tht Anti-Bond Mtatur. Chairman Dlnglny, of the House Ways and Meant Committee, made the report to the Houao on the Senate bill to prohibit the Is sue of bonds without authority from Con gress. The statement! signed by 11 lle puhllonn members ami two Democrats, Turner, of Georgia, nnd Cobb, of Mtaaniirl, who concur In the recommeudntlon with out Indorsing the argument. The report ays: Our criticism of the Secretary la not that he haa ued the redefined I'nlted Stab le gal tender notes to meet the deficiency In the absence of revenue and authority to borrow for the distinct object, for no other resource Das been open to him unless the government was to stop; but that the administration and Secretary have refused to recognize the fact that the revenue has been and still Is Insuffi cient to meet the expenditures, and have discouraged all steps to provide sufficient revenue, thereby practically Insisting...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 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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