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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 June 1896

y LOSS OP VICKSIlUItO. EFFECT ON THE GENERAL WHO COM MANDED AT THAT POINT. pemberton Renltnoil and Tank Service In Lower Rank Bin Family War Wealthy PenoylTnlBn( and IT Wat Wilnherltut When IT Joined Ilia Month. In an nrtrtross nt Sun Antonio, Hex., the Hon. John H. Reofran said : "While I nm speaking of matter connected with the war which have not, no far as I know, gone Into history, I desiro to do an not of Justice to tho memoty of Llentonmit General John O. Pemberton, who was in command nt Vicksbnrg when thnt city was surren dered. He, with the balance of hi com mand, was paroled after their surren der. The grrnt strategic importance of Vicksbnrg, commanding ns it did the Mississippi river, and the loss of which substantially bisected the territory of the Confederacy by tho lino of thnt. riv er, was so important and was so keenly felt by onr people that it ennsed deep regret and great dissatisfaction, and many of the people questioned tho fidel ity of General Pemberton to onr ea...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

Ifi I I I A. . VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1896. NUMBER 7. iloltronb flmr froblra. PENNSYLVANIA RAILHOAD. IN EFFKCT JUNE 14, 1811ft. Philadelphia Erie Rnllmnrt Division Time Table. Trains leave Driftwood. KASTWAUD 11:04 K m-Tniln s, dully except Himdny fur Punhiiry, lliirrlshnrtf nnd Intermediate sta tions, arriving nt t'lilliuli Ipliln :') p. m., Sow York, U::':i p. m. 1 llnltlmoro, : p. m. Wnshlnitton, 7:Mp. in rnllmim I'nrlor rnr from Wlllliimsiiort mid nnssewn'r couches fnim Knno to I'lilliidclphfii. p. m. Train fl. dully except PnndRjf for llnrrlahnrg nnd InliM morilnte stations, nr rlvlnitnt Plilliulelpliln 4::A. m.i New York, 7:Xi A. M. I'ullmnn Sleeping mm from lliirrlstmrir to I'hllndclphlii mid New York. I ) 1 1 1 n ! I i I il pnwcniti'iK run remnln In sleeper undlstnrlicd until 7:m A. M. 8::B p. m. Triiln 4, dully for Ciinliury. Hnrrls-hnt-K find Intermediate stations, arriving lit I'hllnilelphln, :!W A. M.; Now York, :: A. M. on wook dnys nnd 10...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

One-qnarter of the peoplo of New Orleans speak French, and one-half understand it. English furniture is becoming fash lonable in Oormnny, Recording to tho Vossische Zoitnng, which advises American mannfoctnrors for the Ger man markets to copy English module In nn artiele on country papors,the Pittsburg Timos forgets to sny any thing abont the way in which items of news ere clipped from them and trans formed into "special tolograuis" for the dailies, bnt they will all do it. Preparations are being mado for a trip of ft nniqne party of American doctors this summer to inspect tho principal health resorts of Europe. Each member of the party mnst be a physician in actual practice and ft graduate of an American university. The first recorded strike of ft union cf servant girls is that at West Supe rior, Wis. The girls wanted an ad vance from $12 to $15 per month, and half of the housewives of tho city com. batted the demand. The strikers won. The result may indicate a solu tion of the ser...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

J .IVA'.-V VVW ' , XfMV. mem. nr,,:i. i' .mifc s . i sw A VOCAL COURTSHIP. "Good morning," Raid Dolly, using the word in farewell, and forcing her solf to smile bor nmial gmile of dis missal. "I'm sorry you aro com pellt'd to discontinue your lessons; your voioe is improving uicely." Then, aftor hearing responsive regreti and final words of parting, Dolly wa aloDO in tbo room and free to give vent to her fooling. "Oh, what thall we do?" she half eobbod, resting her fair, early head against the old piano. "This makes nine who havo stopped and it only leaves me ten pupils. Thut will pay the rent, but then there is food and the doctor. Why do tlioy all have to top jnst when I need them so badly I" she cried, lotting heart for the first time in her life, so bravo and cheer ful; a life devoted solely to her doli cate younger sister and to her sister's sick husband and baby. "But I mustn't begin crying," she said, dash ing the tears from ber eyes, "or Jcanie will know in a minute." "Oomo ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

mt jf Star. Piuhm'ription fl.oo per year, in advance. Vi A. KTI-'.IMI I4NHON, Killlor nnil l'lil. A n Imlrnvnilnnt Will pnpt-r, puMMn-il nvi'ry W.dnrnlnv nt. Ki'vnnlilKvllln. Ji-nVrxtm l'. I'u.. rii-voti-d In lln" 1ih"ivIb if Ki-yiiiilil-vllli-nnd .li-IIVr-Min county. Non-noil tlrnl, will tri-nt nil with fiilrni'M, nnil will hi iMi-liilly fi-U-nil-ly townrtl tli Iiiliiirlnn i-lnm. Ptinm-rlptlon pilrrl.iiH'i-vi-nr.ln nilvnni. Uiimmunli-ntlnn Inloncli-il for ptiliMi-ntlon muil li nivompnnliMl liyllin wi-fti'r nnniii, not for publlcnliiin, but nn n iriiiirnnti-i' of good fnlili. InnwHtltiB nw tti-nm nollrlti'rt. Advirtl4lntf rnt mniln known on nppllt-n-tlon lit thnottli-n In Arnolds' ltlm-k. Lenttlity rotnmunli'titloiiH nnd rnnnun of lidvnrilnifmrnlii nlumld rvuch IliU ottii-e ly Mondiiy noon. Addii nil i-iimniiinli-ntlnn. to 0. A. Htipli enwn, Koymildivlllo, I'n. Entnroil nt tlin pcwtonVe nt Kiynildsvllli, P., n nvi'ond i-Iiikk mnll mnttnr. Jndjfo Tleod hiinnVd down hi. decision In th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

Subfcriitlinn $1.00 per year, in advnnre. C. A. TF.PIIICM. Hdllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 17, INIKl. travel' Wutbr. Passencnr trains arrive nnd lunvo Iteyn- oldavllle follows: Alleyhrnil Valley Hailwuy. Eastward. Wmtwnrd. Trains, - S.44 . m.lTmln S, - -7.4ns, m. Train I, - i mp. m. Train J, -1.42 p.m. Train a - H.flTp. m.lTriiln 10, - - t.l!p. m. hkykoi.ihvii,i.k roiT-orrics. Malls arrive and leave the pnat-offli-e as follows: Arrlvw. Depart. rnnMTHawr.KT. thk bast. 1.1ft p. m. - - 7.05 p. m. IIS. 30 p. m - - it.Wp. m. rnoMTHP. rT. m tm wwr. 1.00 a. m. t.oo p. rn.l7.lfl a. m. - - 1.1(1 p. m. Arrives from Hnthmel and l'rerott.vllln ll.son. m. Arrive (mm Panic Tuiwdays, Tliurdnya and Rnturdnv nl p. m. Departs fur l'reneottvllln, KHthmel, Panic I. on p. m. dm hour T.OO a. m. to S.nn p. m. Money order olllee oeii from 7.00a. m. to 7.8H p. m. Register offline open from 7.110 n. ni. to s.oo n. m. Legal Holiday from 7.00 to .oo a. m. nnd from IJ.OO to X.ibin.m. E. T. McdAW. I". M. fl Litt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

A RECORD BREAKER. Tht tamgorfeit a Rtmarkablt Flntnolal and Artiitle Buoottt. Reran thousand ponpln witnessed the open ing of the twenty-eighth Hnnngf-rfnat of the North American Snnngnrbund at thn exposl tlon building, Pittsburg, Monday evening. A musical event It eclipsed nil previous testa, and m a anclnl success It hns hnd no equal. President Cleveland formnlly opened tho Rncngerfcst nt H o'clock by pressing nn clec trio liiittnn In the executive mansion. This closed nn electric circuit, tho Immediate ef fect of which wits to Illuminate In the music hull nn Immense American ling formed by hundreds of hcnutlfiillv colored incandescent lights. Before tixn-lttnir the button Mr. Cleveland sent the following telegram to tl.e rhnlrmnn of the committee nt nrrntiKcmcnU of the Saongerb'st. "I send henrty congratulations to tho Nn tlonnl Sncngerfest nnd perform my part In Its Inauguration with n sincere wish fur the complete succiss of thin festlvnl of song" The message wns rend to the as...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

rlorful, evclalmad 1 druggist, how th people tlck to Hood' Barsaparlllo. Tby all want rdOOtfs Sarsaparilla TheOneTrtte Blood Purifier. Allrtrnggl.ta. H. Hood's Pills) cure all Liver ills. ceut. Satan Ml CeMa Relived la IS) te 60 Mlnnta. On short tmff of the breath throntth th Slimor, suppled with eeh hfiiile of lr. Agnaw'a Catarrhal Powder. illftti-e. Oil' Pow dcr over the arinre of tho nal iiani-a. Palnleea and riallghifnl to n-c It relieve In ttantlrnml permanently cures ('t irrh, liny Fever, CnMa, Headache, Sore Throat, Ton sllltia and I-afni. If your drifuWt ha.u I It iu ttook, ask him to procui It for J on. Trilby has already reached Hi 2:HHh per formance la London. fhre ft An worth IMiMna noaitna-Hnra rP of fonrffrccer, eetiit wrappers to Dolibln Bnap MP Co., Phtuvlelpbla, In. They will tend yon fre Of rliarae, rta ald, a Worcester l"i-er Die tlenarr, PS pnos, lnn'l In cMli, pmfuaall' U luitrated. OBar ood until Aunust lit uuly. Moat of Queen Victoria' subjects are Hin doo J. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 June 1896

WAYS OF ALLIGATORS THE 8AURIAN AT CLOSE RANGE IN HIS FLORIDA HOME. Bow tli Fcmatt Lavs Her Rats mad Care for Her Taunt A Mother Will right Anything That Threatens tier Babies. 1)1 rt anil LmnrlM of Alligators. Ono of tho sight most PtiKrly wntrh d for liy the newly arrived Florida vis itor, aa ho glide over tho lukc and river of tlint genial land, in the nllfgn tor. A few year bro this desire was easily grntiflod, lmt the gront saurlnn in comparatively rnro nowaday along tho older route of travel This i due pint ! to thn bullet of tho victor and pnrlly to tho shot and trap of tho moro legit imate alligntor hunter, who find in that pursuit thn chief mentis of support for himself and his family. It is in tho ilenso fastnesses of tho in land swamps and everglades that alli gators may he seen in great number on bright day, basking in tho sunshine. They are gregnrious and love to ossem bio in snch places, whero they brinp their two row of strong teeth together with a prodigious clatter a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

lb VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1890. NUMBER 8. ttcillrpab f lm f tttt. pEN NSY LVA N I A R A I LHO A . IN F.FI'KIT JI NK I t, 1!HI. t'hlliiili'l1iln ft Kile ltiillroud Division Time Tutile. Train Icnw Driftwood. KAfTWAHD P:(s) n ni-Trnln H, dully except Pnnrtny fur Piinliiiry, Diirrlsliiirir nnd IntrrniiMlliiti' sta tions, imlvlnir nl rlilluit'lplilii p.m., New York, li:Si p. m.i HiiltlinuMt:m p.m.: Wiislilnitton, 7: p. m I'lilliniin I'lirlnr cur from WlllliimspiU't nnd piisst'wrrr coiiclirs (rum Kiiiii' to riitliidHplif 11. :i:.s p. m. Train , dully went Hominy for lliirrlstitirg nnd Inti't tncilluti' stations, nr rlvlnii nt I'lilliidilplitu 4::i A. M ; New York, T:;ci A. M. rilllmiin flfi'pliiK curs from lliirrlslnim to I'lilludi lplilii nnil New York. I'MliiiMplilii piisxvnui'iM ciin rrmnln III ti'aHr uiiillHtnrlH'il until , :m a. m. V:M p. m.- Train 4. iliilly for Siinliiny, llnrrls lung mill Intcrim-dlnti' stutlons. urrlvlnii lit rhlliuli'lplilii, ll:....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

They y fhnt a man con live com fortably in Japan on $35 a yenr, which will pay for board and lodging, and that mnny live on $15. Lincoln was tbe first President of he United Btates to wear a beard, Grunt was the first to wenr a mus tache, and Cle?elnnd was the first to wenr a mustache withont a beard. Ilere is Oeneral Carapos's opinion ol Antonio Maeeo, the Cuban insurgent : "A fellow who was a mnlcteer and is a general, who has immense ambition, (treat bravery and influence, and who, beneath a rndo exterior, hides a na tural talent." Essex County, New Jersey (which includes the city of Newark), has evenly co-operative building and loan associations, with total assets ol 810,000,000 and a membership oi 23,000. Over 600 loans were made fot borne purposes in 1895, and it is be lieved that this sum will be consider ably inoreascd in 1896. There are still nearly 600,000,000 acres of vacant publio land in the United States. The bulk of this is in the semi-arid region, where mnch ol it ca...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

I HI1'' 'V v'lIHHI Solitary Confinement. BY HELEX KOI1HP.ST GRAVE. The brief, decisive battle was over. The seveu-ye;ir-old enemy routed, though uot subdued, was carried off, kicking, in his nurse's arms, scream ing at tho very pitch of hi infantile lungs, "I won't I I won't! I wo-o-o-n't bo a Rood boy I" whiletho hint glimpse his mothor caught was a scarlet coun tenance where the heels should be, and the two be-slippcred feet oscil lating like humnu pendulums. Mrs. Jessamy looked after little Tommy iu matornnl tribulation. "Dj lot mo go to him, Holomon!" he pleaded, "I am sure I conid quiet him." But Mr. Jessamy a bald-hended sage of five-aud-tlfty, with round gog gles that gave a preternaturally wise expression to bis oountennnce, and a spotless white waistcoat, festooned with seals suit chains laid a detain ing hnud on her arm. "Surah," quoth he, oracularly, "I am astonished at this very culpablo weakness on yonr part. The boy has committed a great fault iu thus giving way to an ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

auhwrifttion $1.00 ;wr icur, in mtrnnrr. v. A. ItTKPIIKttftO, l-:lllr nnl Pub. . Hr))AY.TrNK27."l'!HI. An lnilcipiiclcTi1 IismiI )mMT, iinlilMii'di'vi'iy Wfulnesdnv ill Iti'VnoliNvllli'. .IcITit-mmi Co. Vs.. ili'vnii-il to t he Intei-i'st of HeynolilsvUle linn .leirei-soticmintv. Nnn-)ollllriil, will trcnt nil with fullness, anil will lwi'siecliilly frlcml ly towards tlir Itilsirlnir Hits. ' Subscription nrli--l."ii p-r yinr. In mlvnnrc. Cimitniiiilcntloti IiiU'iiiIimI for ttiililli-ntlon mils! l iiccotnptinlcd liy lh writer' iiuiiik, nut for iiiililli'iiilon. Inn n n Biiiiriintei' of Umxi fiilth. Inti'iTslliiir new Hem solicited. Advert tsititf rule nuuli' known on itipllcn tlon ni t ho ortlip In Arnolds' lilis-l. Loni'lily ciimniiinlciitloti mtil rlinncn of sdvi'tilsemi'iits should ri'in'h thU oltlre tiy Mondttv noon. Address nil eoniniiinlcntlon In 0. A. Steph enson. Itevnoldsvllle, I'a. Entered' nl I lip noMonVp t, Keynoldsvllle, Vn., ni mM'oiul clitss nmtl ninllpr. No one Is us...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

fCIlt Star. Suhmiriplion $1.00 p r trnr, in ikiioiiv. '. A. TKI'IIKMMX l:dllor mid I'nb, WEDNESDAY, JINF. 24. I WO. Pfriittrtrr' OTutttr. I'ltHwimcr trains arrive ant leave Kiyn olilsvlllc as follows: Altnjhrn'l VuMn Unihruy. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - H.44 a. m.'Trnln II, - -7.40 a.m. Trnln I, - - !.' p. m. Tniln S, 1 f! p. m. Trains p. m.lTraln 10, - T.M p. m. tutrniti.twvii.i.it rosT-orrtr. Malls arrive and leave ihi pnst-ofrlrp a follows: Arrive. Depart. rROM TIIK WKKT. roB TH KAST. l.lft p. m. - - T oo p. m.;i2.:m p. m - - n.iti p. ni. ritOM TMK KAXT. HIH TIUUKKT. O.on . m. - p. m.lMft n. m. - 1.M p. m. fl LlttlejtJEverutiilna. "The Star" for One Dollar. For a few month at least, we will offer Thk Star to now subscribers for 1.00 a year. CASH IX aovanvk. Thia of fer holds good tnolil suhscrila-r who pay nil arrearages mill ono year In advance. All back subscriptions will bo charged at the old rate of 1..10 per year. Thk Star for 1.00. - Dlil you attend the circus? 1 toys' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

IKNLEi Nominated for President on the First Ballot Amid Cheers. HOBART FOR VICE PRESIDENT Pennsylvania's Solid Vote Cast for Him, Giving Him a Vic tory Over Evans. OHIO CLINCHED nER 80N'8 TRIUMPH" Unbound Enthusiaere in tht Convention Ball When tho Ohto Candidate's Hum Wse Presented by Forsker - Some of the Silver Men Furnish n Mild Heniatton by Leaving the Convention After Proteit by Teller and Cannon Agalnot the Oold Standard Plank. MeKinley wim nominated on thn flrnt bal l.it, the votn of Ohio la-lug sufficient to glvn liim a mnjorlty. Tlmrn wan a gmnt outburst f enthusiasm ami then thn mil ''nil proceed. MAJOR WILLIAM M'KINLKY. od, resulting III a total of dill J j vntna for MeKinley. '1 1 1 ' 1 1 tlin convention abandoned Itanlf to excitement, l'lntt moved to nuikn it unani mous, was seconded by l.odno, llnpew an I other nml carried ly a standing vote. Afmr disposing of thn platform thn rnll wan called for mcmlier of tho National Com-mltti-n, nai'h State delegation handing In I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

cono- my Just think every bottlr-nf Hnoil'sHsrsrv tnrtllaenntntii9 lOOilcsee. Thl Is true only of Sarsaparilla ThrOiirlnii-Hlmil I'urlArr. Allitrnualsts. (1, Hood's Pill " ru iilllnuiii-ss. litHilnche. Klnglski-'a FitTorltc Instrument. "Ktitlieti" KlDKlnkt wits a great friend of Mine. tpa 1 NovlkofT durltiK licr im.lnitrti In T'nnln ml. where tint) feu. lure of licr cnti'rtiiltitiK'iitH win after noun musicals to which none tint dllt't tnntl wpiv Invited. On one amnion Klnitlnke ireeutel hlniHelf, and fli nn Intlnintp friend of the house wns nd liltted. He retired to n rorner nnd lis toned attentively. Mndntne wns sur prised, tint pletmed, nud apiiroaehlng lilm, snlil: "Which order of nuisle do yon prefer, my friend rlnsslr, ltallnn, or the Wnn nerlnn school? I fancy you do not know our great tillnkuV" "I nsstiivdl.v ntn fond of music," he Answered, "hot my tAnte la, pel Imps, ppcullnr. As an Instrument, 1 prefel the drum." Mnd.'ime took measures to prevent his tieltiK admitted to t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 24 June 1896

IN WHIST. Kn tnnttir whnt jotir imrtin-r Aw, Hemriln tirlmne untl Mum!. Pon't won ny hi" iinnie N nnn Ynu rnnnnt niltTst:itul. Thi ninri inlxtlii.v I hut lie inny make Thf nmro you'll Binili' ami ny Yon nftrn nmkn n Hko nilMtukt; IMtl It but jrw.t n!iijr. If nilvrwnry hnl1 revoke, Don't rliilm the nnntty. "A 11 1 tic nlli Ilk., thin l una Thnt entry ilny " And Hhmtld Im in. Tit It r li.it lny eompltmi'iitu on pklll Don' mips tlilx o..rtuiilir Or KiiinliiK hli uiioil will. Thp i.thrni will not llk It If you win tho iritmo enrh lny Bo, In n miliilim. prulKii your partner; "Tl hl m li'iitllli1 piny. Bhowliiff Joy or ilKiopolnttiU'tit You nnit itiiinnui to ri"lt If you'd hivi the other love yon And bu pupulur nt whNt. urookiyi riRiii. SHALL BOYS GO TO COLLEGE f Some Am Flttd! 1'nr Mfe, ami othrrp Ar t'nOttrd by Cnllrga Training. Rpv. Chnrles II. Piirklinnt, IX 1)., In his paper to yonng men in Tim LmHe' Uomnjouriml, ilipvwes"MiHll WeHend Our Hoy to C(illK'?" answering the query with the...

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 July 1896

1m VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSV1LLE, PENN' A.,. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1896. NUMBER 9. llatlrcxto- CMm (rnblre. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFKCT JUNE 14, 1 S!Kl. Philadelphia Krlo Tlnllmnd Division Time Tntile. Trains leave driftwood. t'.ANTWAKIl ;N ft m-Trnln H, dally except Snnrtiiy fnr Hulibliry, HnrrlslnirK lin'l Itilcrmcdliilc sta tions, nrrlvtuir nt Plilliidclplilil p.m., New York. (1:2:1 p. rn.i Hnlilninre, ;" p.m.! WusliliiKinn, ":!.' p. ni I'lillmnn I'atlor car from Wlllliimj"Tt nnfl piiMscnirer couches from Kane to I'lillndclplilii. 3:.1fc p. m. Trnln . dully except Sitndiiy for lhu r-Wiiim mid Intermediate Minimis, nr rlvlnKiit l'hlliuli'lpliln4::iA. M.; Nrw oi k, 7:SI A. M. I'lillniiin Sleeping curs from riurrlshurg 1o Philadelphia nnd Nrw York, ritllndclplila pnsscnitrni run remain III s1ccht undisturbed iinlll 7:00 A. M. P:;ir p. m. Train 4, dully for Kiinlmry, llarrls-Ikii-k nnd Intermediate stations, arriving lit. I'lilliidclplilii, l:ft3 A. M.i New York, liilM A. m. on week dnys...

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 July 1896

A recent Oerman writer on dueling trio to prove that it is not forbidden by tbe Christian religion. Tbo largo majority of families in thin country have not over $500 a year to live upon, says the Now York Post. According to the Philadelphia Times Sp in has decidud to organizo 40,000 additional troops to be sent to Cuba by the 1st of October. Tho new womnn bns invaded India. The question of laying out parks in town for gymnastic exercises of Zenana women is being ventilated in the press of that countrv. According to a Loudon decree, a householder cannot interfere with the playing of an organ grinder, unless it hurts his business, injures his health, or nnless be has sickness iu tbe house, An English-speaking race may be losing much influence in Europe, Asia And Africa, but in the three Americas its future is to be even greater than its past, maintains the New York Mail end Express. If every state in tho Union would eimply adopt a measure to iuduce perfect drainage of tho roads, it wo...

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 July 1896

WHALE CAPTURING. An Exciting Catch Mado off the Island of Bermuda, Harpoonor'a Thrilling Ride on the Levlathan'3 Back. In yenrs gone by there wns a whnl ing station in Bermuda this speck lying upon the bosom of tho Altnntio can, seven hundred miles enst by 1 1 11 m JNntr lnrt ami I HI mi eft enai of Charleston, S. C. lint of late ycnrs the whales bare been living "away tip ia the North sea," and the indus try has been abandoned. Recently, however, the writer had A thrilling experience during tho enpturo of a whale on tho reefs of these coral isles. While the stanch steamer Trinidad was nearing the const, captain Frszor spied a school of eight wbnlos. The un was at its zenith and its rays shimmered from the whnles' backs. No suoh leviathans of the sea had been seen in this neighborhood for many years, and tho fnct was signaled to the islands. By a code of military flag signals this information was soon known from one end of tho group to the other. Presently Joseph C. Foxnnd screw, in...

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