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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 1 July 1896

SHie -a- Star. jSuliKi-rijilion f 1.00 jut ieur, in infi'miii". '. A. M i:i'lli:iOi, liillior mul I'nli. 'I',I)NT.S1)AV. .II'I.Y 1. HWI. An lliili'i-tnli'tit Icx'ill iimt, pulilMirili'ViTy Wmhlt-llllV lit Hl'VIIOlllsVlllf. .Ii'ltl'1-.oll ( II. Vb., ili'votril In Hit' Inti'ivitsof l(ryiicilclsvnii null .Ictrcmonrniini jr. iNim-imllllrtil, will tn-nt nil with fiiltnris. mul will lie invliilly frlrnil ly towiirtls tln liitiot-lntf ilns. HiilniMlplliiii nrli-i'l.tii'r yi'nr.ln mil iiin'o. romniiinli'iitloiis liili'Milril for iwlillrnlloii must, Is in niinnllil hy Hit rlli r' Ilium', not for imlilli'iiilini. lint in n KiiiirnM f rooiI full li. Iiitrri-llnir ni's Urnis ll.-M -cl. Ailvirllslni? iiilrs iiiiuli' known nn iippUm tlotl .1 tin oltli-i" In ArnoltlV lllorl,. Ijcimliiy ,'tmtnninlrnilons iiihI rlniinri of nlvei-llst'ini'iils slioultl tvitrli tills oltlri liy Motility noon. Atlitii'M nil I'oniitiutitrHtlon) tor. A.HIi'pli non. UVvnolclsvllli', I'n. Kiiiinil nt thi postoltlft nt Uryi...

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

' Tltc Star. Subur.riptinn $1.00 per icar, in iitlrmire. . A. KTKrilKHSON, I'.dltor mid Pub. WEDNESDAY, JULY I. IHIMI. ftvitvrlf r' OTutue, PaMenirer train arrive mill lenrn Hcyn oldnrlllu n follow: Allctjhewi Vullnj Rniheay, Knntwiml. Westward. Trains, - - M . m.lTrnln , - ".. m. Trnln I, - l.ffl) p. m. Train t. - M2 p. m. Trnlna - 6.(1" p. Di.lTriiln 10, - 7.M p. m. HrrMoi.invii.i rowr-orrics. Mftlls arrive anil leave tho post-office ns follows: Arrlvii. Pepnrt. FnnM TUB WWT, rOHTIISFAST. l.M n. m. - - T.nn p. m. IS.! p. in - - n.ziip. m. rmiM tii tor. iiih iiinwm. 1.00 a. m. - - l.oo n. m.ir.in . m. - l.lft p. m. ArnrM from Rathmcl nnd I'rrsnnttvllle 1.30 . m. Arrive from Punic Tui1nv. Thllriliiy nnd Hnltinlnv Rt '.!.; p. m. Depart for I'reseottvllle, Uiilhmel, Punic l.no p. m. (intiit honrsT.flOa. m. tns.on p.m. Money onlor oWee om-ii from i.onn.m. to T.30 p. in. Reixlster nnVe open from T.00 ft. m. toft.un p. m. Leiml HolldiiT from T.oo to s on n. m. nnd from 12.00 loa.iion. 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. — 1 July 1896

DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTIONS. WON BY A HEAVY VOTE. Ohio Hirer Eemcnratt Simply Own tht State Convention. (lenerni A. J. Wnjnn wits temporary chair man nf tlin licniocriith) Mate convention which met In t'olumhus, June 21. 1 he report of credentials eoinmltlee eent tng the sliver (action deeg ite In Ht nrk coun ty the only place where there mis n eonteit wns adopted without opposition. A mlnor Ity report recommending Hi" addition to thn majority of n tnrllT plank, n I nlmn hvui nitliy plnnk nml nwoliitioiia t-iiiiu 'Inir the llo puhllenn administration ( the state wns ironiitlv tabled. A motion wns then made to strike out tln unit rule resolution. Thin was also tabled. Tim money iliink adopted fol low: "We, tlm lvmocrnts iif Ohio, In ennven llon assembled, hold Hint tlm money ipies tlon In the vltnl nml paramount Issue now before the people ot thin country, nml tlmt Its nrly nnd or reef settlement Is neeessnry to thn revival if business nml tin) n't urn ( prosperity; therefore, Unsol...

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

Only- Think whnt a long train of diseases nrlse from Impure blood. Thru keep the blood pure wltb Hood's Sarsaparilla ThOnf Tnif ninniU'nilflrr. Allilrinrglsfs. fl. Mood' PHI are nlwava retliihle, "IVrents. The) Queen's Avenue. Queen Ellznbeth not only seemed t have all the prerogatives of power, tun excited In lnr nlJpet n rlilrnlr.tr whirl would tin doubt surprise a inotinrcb ol the present day quite ns tnurli ns It might delight him. One of the moai gallant services ever rendered lier, al mn as flattering on the offer of Sll Walter Itnlelgh'a rlonk to save her feet from the mud. Is oonnerted with llnmn den Hon so, the home of the great I'.a gllsh patriot. The Ilnnipdcns were n great fnmllj for ninny centuries, and a stanza quoted In "Iranhoe" Is typical of theli importance: Tring, AVlng and Ivlnghoe, Three churches nil of n row; These three Hampden did fnregoe For striking of the Ulnck I'rince a blow, And glad he did rKcnpe sue. Hampden House stands on the sum mlt of the Chiltoi'i...

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

THE SOUTH AFRICANS THE THREE NATIVE RACE9 THAT IN HABIT THE COUNTRY. Tha Itmhnwn, the HntlrntnU anil the Retittm or Knfflrn Thru tjwt Are Much Above the l.rrrl nf the Other I'hrntrnl j Mid In All Itpupecte, When the Dutch fixed their flrt prwf. at Capo Town tn ltt'i'i, with no thought rlthor of eoloniziition or of conquest. But for tho nuke of having gnnleimwhieh could Aiipply fresh vegetuhlet to tho eenrvy stricken crews of thnir .hips .ail ing to tho east, tliry fonnil three unlive races inhnbiting tho country. One of those, tho IHislnni'ii, though few in number. wro widely .raftered over the whole of South Africa Tin y were lionmcts of almost the lowest kiml, with a marvelous fucnlty for tracking and trapping wild animal's lmt neither owning cattle nor tilling tho noil, with acareely oven a tribal organization, no religion and a language consisting of a raccefwinu of clicks. Unahln to arrwi torn t homed von to civilized life, driven out of aome districts hy tho settlers and tn ot...

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 July 1896

mm VOLUME 5. KEYXOLDSVILLE, PEXN'A., WEDNESDAY, .JULY 15, 1890. NUMIHSIt 10. 14 ititllroAtt f Imc (Titbit. pKN NS YLV AN I A UA1 LI M)A1). IN KFFKCT JUNK 14, ISiMl. PhllnnV Ipliln Krlo Hnllrond Division Time Table. Trains lenee Driftwood. KASTWAllll i:4 n m Trnln H, dully evopt Siimmy for Sunburv, llnrrlbiirir and Interninlliitesiii tlotis n'rrlvlinr nt Philadelphia p.m., Sew York, V.Z.I p. m.i Itnlt lnmrf. H: p.m.! Washington, 7:1 p. m I'nllnilin I'lirlor rnr from lllliiinssrt imd liusseiiKer coliehes from Kane lo I'lillinlelpttfii. H:.' p. m. Trnln H, dully except Suiiilny for llurrlshurir nnd intcrmriliiito siiitlons, nr rlvlnif nl rlilltiilclpliln :: A. M.i Nc York, T:;ci A. M. I'nl I mim n SI -.')il i iif enrs from tliirrlshurii to I'lilliiriclplila nnd New York. ' riilhidclphla ptisscmrers run remain In sleeper undisturbed until 7:IX A. M. (::ift p. m. Trnln 4, dully for Hiinliniy, Harris Ixii tr and Inlermcdliito Mliillons, iin lvlnif nt I'lilliidi'lphln, :.! A. M.; New York,...

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 July 1896

V The population of Egypt Increased from about nix and ft half millions in 1882 to over eight millions in 1891 The use of trolley curs in connec tion with funerals is becoming quit common in Borao of the northern cities. Chicago is not satisfied with its river, and is talking of digging an other, which shall run from the lake end into tho big ditch. The Irishmen of Australia have no tified the Irish politicians of the Brit ieh parliament that if the counsels of the party are not united they will not pot tip another penny. In Mexico less than 5,000 mnrders were committed last year, or one to every 24,000 of the popnlation, while in the United States there were 10,500 mnrders, or one to every 7,000 of the population. Philadelphia has so many electric railwaysmnningin every direction that the United States Geological Survey is having considerable trouble in de termining the magnetic variation in Philadelphia, as the earth beneath the city is so filled with electric currents that compas...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 July 1896

CYCLING ODDITIES. BOMK CCKIOSITIK9 IN THE WOULD OF WIIRKLS. fi Three-Year-OM Rider Who Makes Ten-Mile Trips A Fancy Rider's Startling Trick Perilous Ride, Y "VSTTOULD yon like an Intro- dnetion to the youngest , bicycle rider in Chicago, it not in the world, Asks the Chicago Times-Herald. This is his picture. The ton tig man is just three years old ana he live at 2760 Commercial street, Bavenswood. His name is Allison Fried berg. He rides an odd little baby bioyolo, the wheels of which are only sixteen inches in diameter and the seat twenty-two inches (torn the A THREE-YEAR-OLD ground. Not long ago he rode from Bavenswood to Lincoln Pork and back, distance of ten miles, in less than half a day. He learned to ride very easily, and is nst at all afraid. A FANCY RIDER'S STARTLING THICK. It is a matter of frequent comment that the safety does not present the opportunity for fancy trick riding that the ordinary did. With all that, some very remarkable "stunts" have been thousht ont by th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 July 1896

die -fr Star. Muhteriptitm $1.00 per yrnr, in mininrt. r. A. i riil'HMl), loillior nml I'ub. v k i ) x ksi)av ." j i; i v :, hViV." Anlni1ipin(liMit Iih-hI pnpir, pnblMirtlpvi'ry Weilmiiiy nl ltiynillvllli', .Irnvrnui ( n. I'll., cli'votrd to (hi- IntiTiiN nf iti j iiiilil ivllli. nnil .TiflVrnnriiin1y. Non-llltli'lil. III Hi nt nil with fiili-ni'HH, tintl will ln (".pi'i'lully ft-lrmi-ly towtmls tin luliot-lntr rln. HuhniTlpllDn pi'li'iil.)Nipiryi'nr,lii nilvnni'o. Commimlrtitlim IntiMuli'il fur pnhllrntlnn must lit niviimpntiiiMl by tin wrftiT'n nnmi', not for piihllriitliin, hut. n n Kuiiriutti'i' of RO'id fllltli. InliM-i'Mtihtf Mi'Wfl Hi'ln ihrlt(l. AdvortKlnir ruli'fi fimili' known on tippllrn tlon nt tin otlli'o In Arnold' llloi'k. l.pnjrhty rornmunti'ittloni nnd rtmniro of AflvcrtNi'tni'iitti should rriii'h thN orllru hy Monilny niMn. Ad'lrpin nil commit nli'tittnnft 0 ('. A. Htoph Qti.on, iynoliUvtllo, I'a. F.nti'rt'il nt thi poMomVo nt ftpynolrlNVlllp, Pa., m ni'orHl clnMN...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 July 1896

.Xlic Slav. Subscription $1.00 prr ifnr, in mfrawr. '. .. Tl;l'lMAM. i:lltr mid lnb. WEDNESDAY. J1LV HW. fftrnvrlrrs (HulKe. 1'inwtmer train iirrlvn nml leave Hcyn- OltlsViUc It fiillnMH: Allrijhrntf Valhy Unilmnj. F.iistnnrit. Westward. Train l, - H4I n. ni.lTrtiln H, - - 7.4iii.m. Train I, - - I .no p. m.lTriiln 1. 1.42 p. m. Train a - s. p. m.rl'niln in, - - "M p. in. Hr.Ysoi.iwvii.i.it roT-oricK. Mull arrive mid leave tin! pust-nfllre n folliinn: Arrive Iicpiirl. rmm tub wkst. rott tiik kast. I. 15 p. m. - - "im p. m.l3..mp. m - - o.wp.m. rmm tiikhaht. run tiik wkst. s.nna. m. - - t.m p. m.lMH n. ni. - - 1.1.1 p. m. Arrives fnim Kiulimil nml rresrottvllln II. ltim. m. Arrives fnim Pntil'c Tiicsilnys, Tluirilnys ami Siitunliiys nl l.: p. m. Departs fur Prescottvllle, ltiitlmiil, I'nnli' S im p. ni. offli-o liiiiir7.!n. m. tns.nn p. m. Mnni'sr nnler fiftirn nM'n from .nrtn. m. to 9 Hi,, n. I....!..,.,,, nlll.... .i,u. fr.,.?llll ., , ..... .... ... . ...... .., ... LtUtltn m l,aal...

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

BRYAN NOMINATED For President by Ik Democratic CoHveuta at Cliicap. SEVVflLL fflOStfli PRESIDENT. Oil tho I' I Mil llnllnt lllliK.lt Went Fur . Ilrjn.ii. WORX OF THE CONVENTION. Bland Lad On tha First, But Hli Strength lid tha Strength of Other! Dwindled Thereafter. THXILLINJ SCENES IN CONVENTION. A Summary of tha Proceeding! of tha Klrit Dayi. Thn National Hi-tixxTiitlo Convention won cnlled to order nt mum Tticadny In tlm Coll leum at Chicago. John W, Dnnlol wn elect ed temporary chnlrmnn over David II. Hill by a vote of 050 to 840, tlm nllvcr men curry ing nut their determination to turn down thn choice of the National Committee. After a long speech from tlm temporary chnlrmnn and tlm 'niinouiicemctit of committees, tlm convention, nt 4:18 p. in., adjourned until 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. Thn Committee on permanent Organiza tion selected Htophon St. Whit, of Cullfor nln, for permanent chnlrmnn. 1'lm gold men on tin committee presented tlm iimim of Henntor Hill. The voto In co...

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 July 1896

0 at Natarsllr, tiara a ood npprt lt, kivp yntir blond para and four nrrvaa strmif bjr taking Hlooci s Sarsaparilla Th twst In fas t th Ona Tris tllnnil rnrlflpr. Hood's PlllcurebiliuUM!m, lirmiaxlis. & Pomlnrtor T.. P. toomls, Detroit. Mich., ara; "Tha sifrot or Hull' ('alarm ('nre is wun.lirfiil." Writ liiui about It. bold br DruaaiaU, Wo. Plan's Chit fur ('nniitm'tln l an A Nn. I Asthma mrrtli Inr. W. It. Wii.i.iamh, An tiocli, Ilia., April II. m. Out Way to Pnt It. Mnny of the sayings and rtolnir of the Southern m'Kro, that find their way Into print, tuny be aiKxTyiiliiil, hut enough are known to be true to mnke good hi clnfm to humor. A gentleman discussing coon-huutlng relates nn In cident, In Forest nnd Htivatii, thnt illus trates thin clinmeterlstic drollery. The rxirty, consisting of hunters, dogs, axon nnd torches giilorp, lmd been bunting for n irnoil jmrt of the nlRht Without nny luck whatever. Finally, the dog" treed a coon. It would take aome time to fell so large ...

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

BEAKS AFTER (J RANT. HOW THE GREAT MILITARY MAN MA NEUVERED FOR TIME. Threw Trnnt From thn Wngnn In AppriMf ttrnln'a Appetite Th llrnra Wmiteil tils Bit (lain, lint Didn't Oi-t It-Tho Old McRan County Gnlilo'a fltnry. "CJpunrnl Ornnt wiw n proaf Invor nf trout finding, " said n Riiiilo, "iiml the Jrrpntput cif nil his outings was nt Kuiic, MrKnnn comity, Pn., In August, isni). I mvivod it lctti-r Into in July of tlmf ypnr requesting tlmt I g'-t everything ready for a two weeks' llhing tour on tho Oswnyo crook. "Tliis nl roam flows thrnngh the north western part of 1'ntter county, one. of thn wildest forest sppMoiis. At tlmt timo I was living nt Knno nnil spent nil my timo in tho woods limiting and fishing. "(leneral Ornnt usually wns noroiii pnnicd by one. or more companions, Imt this timo ho cnm to Kano alone. It was then, prior to leaving Kano for Os wayo ereek, that General (limit wrote his letter to Hecrrtiiry of Hlato Fish concerning tho belligerency of Cuba. Wo wero delayed 24...

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 July 1896

She VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1896. NUJIBER 11. Itittlroab fflmt ffnlilra. PENNSYLVANIA RAILHOAD. IN KFFKCT JUNE 14, 1S(MI. Philadelphia Eric Itallrond Division Time Table. Trains Wnr Driftwood. KASTW AMI) R:n4 a m-Tniln n, dully except Sunday for Hnnhury, llnrrWnirir iirnl IntcvmvfHiitu hii tlon. arriving nt Philadelphia tt:'-':t p.m., New York, M:Sip. m.i llHlilniorc.il:i p.m. I Washington, 7:1.1 p. ni I'lillnmn I'nrlor car fnim Wllllamsport nnd passenger coaches from Kane to riillnrlclphlii. H:!W p. m. Trnln fl, rinllv except Sunday for Hnrrlhnrg nnd Intermediate station, ar riving nt rhllndelplilii :: A. New York, T::n a. M. rullmiin SliM-plnir car from Harrlshnrg to Philadelphia nnd New York. Philadelphia piisxcnpcrK rnn remain in sleeper umllstiirhed until 7: A. M. :aip. m. Train 4, dully for Hnnlniry, llarrls huni nnd Intermediate stations, arriving nt Philadelphia, :.Vi A. K.i New York, Q.Xl A. m. on week day mid IO.:in a m. on Hun dnyi llnttlmnre...

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

The romance of the East it to re ceive a shock in the new iron bridge ever the Tigris nt Bagdad. Dr. Robert U. Out states that the Bible, as a whole or in part, is now accessible in 381 languages and dia lects. It is said that nickels nro to be made of nickel hereafter, iustead of n alloy of nickel and copper. Thoy will be bluer in color, and will not wear so much. Chicago is rejoicing that none of sky-scraping bnildings were blown down by the recent cyclone there, and thinks that thoy are proof against all atmospheric disturbance. Mexico now wants to come into lino in the matter of firearms. It is pro posed to arm the infantry,cavalry and artillery with the Mondragon rifle.in stead of the Remington, now in use. The keeper of the Chicago jail has a a tense of bnmor and a grim one. He showed it when recently he returned letter that had arrived for a prisoner who had been hanged five days before With the indorsement on the ontsidc, "Present address not known." At the rate we are progr...

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

BELOW DECKS HOW AMMUNITION IS HANDLED OH A MAN-OF-WAR. Just What Will Happen Under Her Water Line When She does Into Battle In Directed From Midair. OP all the ship of the now nary the Texan, which anchored at the Brooklyn Navy Yard last week, ia in some respects the most interesting. A ((rent stcol fort spans her decks. At each end of the citadel is a tnrret, and in each tnrret twelve-inch breechloading rifle, a magnificent monster ol detraction, an engine of war that wonld be torri tle if we only knew jnst what it wonld accomvlish in an emergency aimed gainst men and cities and ships in- ABOUT TO FIRE tend ot stool plates and wooden back ing. The Texas isn't as heavy a ship as the New York, for example, bnt her redoubt makes her a battle ship, and the New York remains with all her perieotion only an armored cruiser after all. II the Texas is only second class among battle ships, by reason ot her tonnage, she is, nevertheless, th e pride of her officers and crew, and would undoubte...

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

mt Star tiulcri)itin $1.00 per yutr, in ndmm-e. ' A. NTKPIIF.NNO. l-.illior nml Pub. WKDNT.SDAY, JULY 22. !" An IntlriM'iHlt'ii! 1ik:i1 pupvt, pultlKltnl evrry Wptliii'xilnv nl Hcvniil'Nvilli", ,lHVrin Co. Ph., ilvviili'il id llii' IntrnvtiKiif Hi'ViinliNvllIt' ud.)t1'iyiinri)iitily. Non-imllttrnl, will tri iit nil wlthffilrtH'iK. nml will lie impi'i'lully fili-nd-ly townrri llio InlHirlnff i'ln. StilmTlpilon price I.(P pci' yiMir, In mivmu'C Unminuiilrntlon lnti'inl il (ur piibllcnl l"n Hiimt Iw iKvnmpnnlrfl hyiho wrftT niiim not fur imtilli'iitlim, hm. i Kiinimiii'f of gixvl f filth. Inlonwflnn rwltimillrlfril. AdvertlKlne rutin mniln known on iippllra tlon lit tlio olHco In Arnolds' Blix-k. liPnjrlilv I'oinmunlt'iitioiis nml rlmnirp of iMlvnvtlm'niPiitH should n'Hi'h thin olnVo by Mondny nimn. Addiv nil ionimunl(Mitloim toC. A. Ptcpn ?mm. KovnoldHvlllt. I':i. Rntciwi nl the pontofncn nt. Keynoldsvllle, Tn., nferond rlnw mull mutter. Henry Ward Hoecher oneo reeelved a letter from ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 July 1896

fie k Star. Subnet iplinn $1.00 ptr yar, in adrante. V. A. fTtCPHF.!NMl, Krtltor in Pub. WEDNESDAY, JUI-V 22, 18IHI. Trawtlrr' Wttlb. Passenger train arrive and leave Kcyn oldsvtlte it follow: Allegheny Valley liitihrwj. Eastward. Westward. TrnlnK, - - 8.44 a. m.lTrnln , - -7. 40 a.m. Train I, - - 1.1)0 p. m. Train J, - 1.42 p. m. Train 1 - S.97 p. m.lTraln 10, - - J.1W p. m. RYHOi.rsvii,i. FosT-orries. Mall arrive and leave the prat-office a follows: Arrive. Ih-part. rnoM th wrsx. roams rAST. I. lflp. m. - - 7.H0 p. m. 112.90 p. m - .2op. m. rao ths kast. ob thb wkst. S.OOb. m. - - J.no p. m.lM.l a.m. - - 1.1K p.m. Arrive"! from Knthmcl "nd Prescottvlllu II. 30 a. m. Arrive from Panic Tuesday, Thurdnys and Snturdnys at !.30 p. m. Iepart for Prescottvllle, Rnthmcl, Panic S.OO p. m. office hours 7.00 a. m. to8.no p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.30 p. m. Kexlster office open from 7.00 a. m. to a .00 p. m. I.egn.1 Holiday from 7.00 to. 00 a. m. and from 12.00 to 3.01...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 July 1896

DR. CASTILLO'S REPORT. Om Outfit Landed Within Bight of Llghti of Korro Caitla. Dr. Joaquin de Cnstlllo, itib-dolognto ot the Cuban legation In this country, nnil the eeond In charge ot thn Cuban Junta, ar rived In Now York, nfti-r having successfully ending throe filibustering expeditions In Cuba, llr. Castillo wont to tha office of thn Junta, whore ho wa received by General Thomas F.stradn I'nlinn. Tho two Cuban fighters embraced each olhi'r In trim Spanish atyla and tho doctor wm kept busy nil tho rmt ot the afternoon tolling how ho hnl Btio eeeded In evading tho vigilance ot tho Spnn Ish wnrihlia which aro supposed to bo on tha lookout for filibustering expedition along tho const. "Yes, It la true thnt I have Innilod three expeditions lntoly In Cubn," he said. "Knelt one turned out a grent Our armies 1 are now well supplied with arm ami am munition ami we have supplies enough to serve thorn for the next eight month. Of eourse, you know our people don't waste ihPlr ammunition. "T...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 July 1896

fteanlta prova ttiml'i Sfirnannrllla the heal blood pniifler.appetlaer and nervptnnlo. In fact Hood's Sarsaparilla t the OncTrnt Blood I'nrlfler. Allrirantfeta, (1 Hood's Pllla ear all Urerllls. gSeenta. MEXICO'S RACE OF PIGMIES. Known Only by Tradition, Their Lo cality la a Myeterr. Bompn-liere hidden In the heart of that lnnd of marrels, Mexico, there It Without doubt a nation of pigmies. Few thejr are, hut lleroej short of tature, but Ion of life. BNenre, whlob In thin latter daj goes out luto high way and hedges and compels oil aorta of curloaltlea to conic In, lias not been able yet to put Ita positive flngpr on theae people. But the Altec traditions, old before the beginning of history, bare aald that they Misted. there la echo of the atory In the early histories of that land full of wonders. Prescott only told of a small part ol the strange things to be found In Mexi co It was In the belief that we bnd the clew to almost the precise location ol these tiny folk that 1 started ...

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