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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 July 1896

BYANAKROWMAKGIN HOW A MAN'S LIFE WA3 8AVEO BY A MARKED $10 BILL AtmnMd off Marttarlng a rtalthbor, Mil tha Clrcamatantlal Kvldanaa Wa Vary stroni A Government Official Talla Why He CIimca! III Way "Were you ever suspected of mur der?" inquired n government ofllcinl of Star reporter. "Never, " responded the reporter m calmly M if questions of tlmt pleasing character wero hi" daily food. "Well, I was once, nnd if you hovo any feelings at all you need never want to be," Tho reporter nodded for tlio official to proceed, and the ollicial proceeded. "When I wan 20 or tin readout," lie. said, "1 was a linrd case. I don't know why, bocauso my family wero decent peoplo and had somo money, but some how I flevr tbn truck, nnd before I hnd attained my mnjority I was a gainhler, drunkard and Kcnerally a tonsil char acter, though up to tlin time I nm nlKiut to tell of I hnd never been in tlio hands of tho law. Living in my neighborhood was a mun whom I hadn't much use for, and it wan known we wer...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

file VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. JULY 29,4890. NUMBER 12. UallronD flrim GrnHlr. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT JUNE 14, lS'Hl. t'hllailclhla A Erin Hullrond Division Tlmo Table Trains leave Driftwood, EAHTWAKD :04 a m-Tniin 8, dully except Snnfluy for Hnnhtiry, llnrrlwhnrjr nnd Intermcitliite sta tions. Rrrlvlnv at l'hllncYlphlii :-' l- "., Nrw Vork,ll:Slp. tn.i Iliililmorc.tlMKI p.m.! Washington, 7:1.1 p. m I'nllmnn Pnrlor cur frnm Wllllnmxport. nnd passenger couches from Kane to I'lilliidclplilii. 8:.' p. tn. Trnln 8, dully cvept "imdsy for llnrrt-hiirff nnd liitcrincdlnte stntlons, nr- riving nt IMillndclphla 4:: A.M.! New York, 7:: A. M. I'lillmiin f Ice ping ciirs from HurrNbiirttto Philadelphia and New ork. Philadelphia passengers run remnln In sleeper undisturbed until "HO A. M. 0:111 p. m. Train 4, dully for Hunhiiry, lltirrls burg and Intermediate stations, arriving at. Plillndolphlii, :M A. a.; New Yolk, :: A. m. on iwk days nnd KVIS A M. on Pnn dnyi Ba...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

BRYAN AND WATSON. Populltt Nam the Hebraskan for Flrit Place. The Topnllut National Convention mot nt Pt. Louis on tho J3d. Senator Marion But ler, of North Carolina, the choice of the compromise Bryan element, wns made tem porary chnlrman without opposition. The convention appointed its committee on cre dential and adjourned until H p. m. At that hour the delegates imind themselves groping nliotit In the dnrk, the electric light having lieon turneil olT. The mhldle-of-the-road men said It was a Bryan trick. Find ing that the committee on credential would not be ready to report until morning any way, the convcnllon adjourned until 10 o'clock Thursday morning. Coxev, with his son-in-law, Carl llrnwne, and hia young son, "Legal Tender," were conspicuous llgurca at the convention. J. W. llnyea, ol the Knights of Labor, and W. D. Vincent were chosen tempornry seorc taiies of the convention. The committee, at Ha afternoon mooting took up the Various contests Illinois, being the first in ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

TRAINING DOfiS. KINDNESS WILL ACCOMPLISH MORE THAN FORCE. Amusing and Marvelous Feats That Are Taught to Clever Canine -The Kind of Dog Makes little Difference. FEW of the thousands of people ho wildly applaud the amus ing, and at times almost mar (, Tclone, feats execnted by per forming dogs bare any idea of the time and patience required to teach the animals. A reporter for tho New Tork Times was so fortunate as to run cross a veteran dog trainer who had just finished a successful European season. A few questions brought out some most interesting facts relative to educated dogs and dog educators. "ft is a great mistake to snppose," aid this famous dog trainer, "that all dogs can be made to perform any trick, however simple, successfully. It is equally true and too much em phasis cannot be put on the fact that perhaps not one man in every five thousand is fit to eduoate a dog. You may laugh at this assertion, but it is painfully true, nevertheless. First of II, a man who intends to...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

Star. ftnliiicriiititin XI. vu pt r i tr, 111 ntlrttmi . A. NTKmiKNKON, I'.dllor nml I'uli. "vr:nx?:siAYrt 'LVn, Tim. Attliili'H'ii(h'nt ,w-:il inpM pnhll'.lHMt ivory W ihIim-Imv nt- Kt-vnohNvllli'. .P-tTi'rnn I'ti, ilrvott'il to tln Ititt-rvvn f KrynnliUvlIlP nnn .li'triM-sdnroiimv. Nott-pnlltlriil, will in til nil with full nc!. imil will Itt't-niHN-liilljr frlrml ly towtirtU llif liilHrlmc H:n. HiilMHTlption pilri" l im imt ynr. In nilvniiee. llimimuiilciitlmn liiti'iiiliil for piiMlcntl'm mum Im iK-i-nnipunli'il liy Dm wt-lM'i" tiuni not for niiMlcntlim, lull im n uuiiinnlcK (if good fnltn. lnirtliiK now ItfitiftnollHtiMl, AdvrrtlHlnir rati' miiiln known on applica tion nt fht oftVr In ArnoUN' llliM-k. J.rnjctity iMtmmnnletitlonn nml rlmtitro nf nrtvi-rtl-M moiit fOiouUI tviu-h this iifhYo I -jr Monday ikhu. Ailclro nil communications toC. A.Ptt-pli-non, KvnollsvHI Pa. Kntrrrcf at thp p.wlotllcp nt. l!cynol(lsvllli, Pa., m Ht'cond claa mall matter. In most every community there ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

SEftc Star. Subucription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. ttTKPIIKNftO, Fdltor and I'nb. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 18IWI. ttravdrrt' Wntftt. P,enifer train nrrlvo nnd leave Keyn- oldiivUle a follow! Allegheny Valley Jtaihray. V Eastward. WoMward. rslnt, - - 6.44 a. m.lTniln (I, -7.40n. m. Train 1, - - 1.00 p. m. Trnln 8,- 1.42 p.m. Train I p. m. irmn n, - - i.iu p, ni. RBYHOI.DSVII.M POAT-orricit. Mall arrive and leave the Doat-ofltco as follow: Arrive. Urpart. moM ma wkst. for tiis fast. n.16 p. m. - - T.no p. m. 12.30 p. m - d.JOp. m. Vfrom th east, ron Turn w kit. .00 a. m. - - 2 00 p. m. 17.15 a. m. - - LIS p. m. Arrive from Knthmel and Preseottvlllo hi. SO a. m. Arrive from ranlc Tuemlnv. Thurdny 'and Saturday at 2.30 p.m. enarta tor I'rescoiiviue. Katnmci. rnnic 1.00 n. m. OnVe honr7.nn a. m. tos.on p. m. Money order nlHee open from 7.00 a.m. to .30o. ni. KoxIMer ofllco open from 7.00 a. m. toS.OO p. tn. l.oitnl Holiday from 7.00 to. 00 a. m. and from 12.00 to 8.00 n. m. E. T. MeOA...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

Aikthemnticftl expert estimate that ttio Bt. Louis convention cost, directly and indirectly, nonrly 4,000,000. Sir Edwin Arnold would like to see in all Christian governments a minis ter of itnto charged with the interests of tha birds, beasts and fishes', Ttyo perilossness of nn array stir geon'a life is illustrated by the fnct that out of twenty surgeons on the battle-field of Abba Carina in Abyssin ia, seventeen were killed in action. United States Minister Hansom snys American capital is building up -Mexican prosperity. Of President Diaz he says: "A wiser and better magis trate never guided the destinies of a nation. " Mr. (.Hailstone has written a letter in which he says he regards the Turk ish Government as "the greatest soourge of mankind and the greatest disgrace and scandal to religion, in cluding the religion of Mohamet, on the face of the earth." The University of Strasburg con tained iu 1883 three men, each un known to tho other and each of whom has since achieved intern...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

Medicinal Taliie.moreaklll.csrrseipenae, naora wonderful euree and mora curative power la Inlood'S Sarsaparilla Thnn In anv other. Be Hire to irrt only Hood's. Hood's PIliS curs bllloueurae, mil gintlun. The. Jlrnoklya directory hns tills Jenr 243. 691 names. Bwr V m worth CeftMInt 8S.eenr-Bores Ara af fvnr m-T. eenit wrapper to Pobhine Soap ft! f 'a On.i rhilaiMWiie, In. Tii'f will aonS roo free nt rlierrr, poatare p-il'l, a Worrrtter I'ociat Die tlonerv, KS rw?S txointl tn cloth, prnftieelf U LuatrmlwL user xxi mitt) anirual let only. Pried loourU are eaten with brrS'1 In Africa. FITfl ifoprrd free, tiy Till. Kt iss'a Crtr-aT Nr.Bva liKTiHKN. No ni Bftfr flrM ihiy a np. Mnrvelnimrurre. Trrntlpe ihhI f:Ml trlnl bottle free. l'r. Kline, fill Arch M Milln., I'u. W. It. Orlffli, .Tsrltaon, MMiItso, wrltrw: "SuiTere.1 with Citarrli inr tlftii ynn. Haifa Ontsrrb Curpcur.J tue." Sulil uy Drug glala. Too. Mm. Wlnalow'aPoolhlnif Syrupfor' lilMren leethinir. enftenallio itmiix.ri'riurfn lti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 July 1896

CHINESE SPLENPOK. THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS BEFORE THE REIGNING POTENTATE. A Formal R.eptlon hjr thm Kmptrnr HIT XmM C.ramnnjr In tlio Mlilut nl Rich Tr.pplns.-Olaaiiinc.nt Tnmpl. ad falser. In Mi. Forbidden Cltjr. After tlio prernit cinprror nnreiuleil the thrmio of Chltin hi Rovpriimrtit flildod the point ami agrocd to rowivo the diplomatic corps in tlio winio man ner that they aro rccolvrd by the sover eigns of EuroM Thn flrst ccn-iimny (if the kind, which took place on Muroli S, 1801, was nn rvrnt in CIiIucm history. Thn member of tlio vintl li'Kittionr arrived at Fu Him, or Kiwt Flower unto of tho forhiililoii (iify, at 10 o'clock on that moruiiiK in r1iiii chain, each es corted hy two monntcd nfllcers of tho Imperinl gnnrrts. They were thorn mot by tho momliers of tlio Thiiiir li Yaincn, who conducted tliom to tho Willi Vuiik Kong, tho teniplo of t he great river god, vtiien they wero offered tea and sweet tnents. An honr later they wore encoded to tlio Tun KnaiiK Ko, or reception ...

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

A lie VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVIIjLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 196. NUMBER 13. m&t MaUroav mint Habit: PENNSYLVANIA RAILHOAD. IN EFFECT JUNE 14,'lKltO. I'hltnilelphln F.rle nnllmnil Division Time Table. Trains lene HrlftwisKl. KAPTWAHIi P:0 it m-Trnln H, dully exfept Hominy fur Nnnhnry, HiirrlslHirir nml Internieillute sta tions, nrrlvlnn nt rlilliiili'lplylii ll:!:i p.m., New Viirk, 911 p. m.i Hnltlmoie.8:il p.m.i nusiiiinrton, 7: in p. m ritiininn rnrior ear from llllnmport nnrt iiusseimer row-lies from Knne to riilliiih-liihui. 3:.V p. m. Train 8, dully exeeiit "nniliijr for llnrrlsbnrg anil Iniermeilliite stuilnns. nr riving nl Hillndi lphlK A. M.i New Vork, T:l a. M. I'lillnuin Hleepln ears from llnrrlaliiira' to Philadelphia nml Ni'W York, l'hlhiitelphla paeniicr fun remain In sleeer undNttirlH'd until 7:(l A. M. t:lp. m. Train 4, dully for Hiinbnrr. Hnrrls luira and Intermediate stations, tnrlvlne Ht rhllndt-lphln, il:;Y! A. M.i New Vork, IbiCI A.M. on vii'k days nnd I0.:w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 August 1896

Thoro ia mora water than land with in the boundary lines of Greater New York. ' Professor Goldwin Smith, in a let ter to the London Times, says that the demand for the franchise for women is dying out in the United States. The bicycle, has come to the rescue of the good roads movement at this important Juncture and bids fair to serve ass, powerful stimulus in arous ing pnblio sentiment on this question. It has been found that the policy adopted in the State prison of Michi gan of allowing prisoners to have birds as pots, and to take care of them, is exerting a refining influence even in the case of hardened sinners. The present military sctivity on the Nile much disturbs the crocodiles. Their numbers have already been thinned by the bustle of tourist traffic, and now the majority of the reptiles are retreating still further np stream. Interesting exercises were hold the other day in the Knoxville (Tenn.) Chamber of Commerco, when the peo ple of Knox County presented to the State of ...

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

CHILDREN'S DRESS. BE ASONAniiK CLOTH AS FUR THE LITTLE ONES. A Girl' bailor Suit of Mlun and White Seersucker Mlnei1 eiitrt Wnlst. With Sailor Collar IN the t writes white united ' ' N the first two-eolnmn picture, May Mantou, bine and seersnoker is stylishly I with plain dark blue linen, the free edges of collar and cuffs boing finished with several rows of white machine stiching. Tlio full gathered ekirt in joined to a plain body lining shaped with shoulder and tinder-arm scams, that clones at centre back with buttons and bntton-holos. The front is faced In shield shape with the stripes of material rnnning crosswise, the GIRLS' SAILOR SUIT. standing collar being of the dark blue linen. The blouse is simply Adjusted with shoulder and under-arm seams and closes in front, the neok being out away to expose the shield, and the handsome broad sailor collar displays stylish pointed revers in front, from under which a sailor tie knot and ends of the linen fall. Elastic is drawn through 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. — 5 August 1896

a Star aubsunption $1.00 per year, in adrnvet. V. A. MTF.rilKNftON. Kdltor mid Pub. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, An Independent Incnl pri per, pu nil whrrt every WoclneHduy at KeynnldHvllle, .letTenmn Co. l'H,, devoli'd to the Interest of Keynnldsvtlle nd Jnn'enw.nrniinty. Niin-pollllrul. will trent itll with fnlrnesn. nnd will heespecliilly friend ly t.ownrd tho liil)orliiK rhinn. Huhncrlptlmt prlroll.onperycnr.ln ndvrinc'p. t'ommiinlrnllnrm Intended for pnhllrntlon mut be luvnnipnnled by the writer's tinme, not for publli'titlon. but nn a gimrnntee of goid fnltti. Interesting news Items mdliMted. Advorttslnir rules miide known on iippllrn tlon At I he oftlce In Arnolds' llliM'k. I.enthty eomtnunlrfitlnns nnd ehntrjo of Advertisements should reneh this othVe by Monday noon. Address nil f'pmmmilrntlon toC A.Rteph ensnn, Kevncddsvlllo, I'ft. Entered" nt the nostofflre nt. Heynoldsvllle, Pn., nn seeond class mull mutter. An edict hit lven IhmiimI nt Atlantic City that coMniror must not wulk d...

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

Subneription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. STKPHfCNKON, Kdllor and, Pnb. WEDNESDAY. AUGU3T 5, 1800. Travels' Wwtfct. PassnnKor trains arrive and leave Keyn oldsvllle a follows! Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Trains, - S.44 a. m.lTraln 6,- 7.40 a.m. Trnln 1. - - 1.00 p. m. Trnln J, -142 p.m. Train 1 8.67 p. m.Trnln 10, - 7.B2 p. m. , . BHYHOI.DHVIM.lt PORT-OrriCB. Malls arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart, rnna rnu wkst. tor vh rast. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m.113.30 p. m - o.2n p. m. rnoii tkckast. rn Tn wr.sT. 1.00 a. m. 2.00 p. m.l'.M a. m. - - LIS p. m. Arrives from Kathmel and Prescoltvllln ll.HOa. m. Arrives from 1'anlo Tuesdays, Thurdays and Saturdays at 2.H0 p. m. Departs for Prescottvllle, Kathmel, Panic t on p. m. office hours 7.00 a. m. toS.OO p. m. Money order office open from 7.00s. m. to 7. SO p. ni. KcKlster office open from ".00 a. m. to n.oo p. m. I.eual Holidays from 7.00 tos .00 a. m. and from 12.00 to 8.00 o. m. . E. T. McO...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 August 1896

MANY LIVES LOST. Westorn Penntylvanla Devastntod by Btormi. Tlm most violent hurricane Hint hn visit ed Western Pennsylvania for year swept over Allegheny county Momliiy evening. Two live with lot,tilid mi Immense nmoiiiit of damage enued. ntc-ples were Mown from church", fnllliivr on other I t i 1 1. 1 1 n tr Mill crushing tlnm In, houses were unroof ed, trees broken oil, (lift In som" cine torn up by tie-root, w hile the havoc caused by the hcnvy rainfall of Inst week win repeated. Ho far n reported tln-re wore two killed, one fnt nl ly Injured iiml an Injun-it more or l-s seriously. Three mctcrologle.il recor I wr- bro;i-n. It tun In tlm llist .Iiii-i llin liolti-it ilny of tho yi-nr, the thennonn l--r lit 4 o'clock win 11:1 degrees, the maximum point, 'llm rain fall for six minute li':it nil records In th" .local wi-iithi-r bureau, which extend luck V'-iirn. From 4:!M) to 4: lil over a third nt mi Ini'ti nf rain fell Into lit-- (rutin- mi th- roof of thn government huildlinr, I ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 August 1896

troiroq AltiM'ln, sternly nerves kikmI appetite, F refilling lcep come with blood msilrpuiv Mood's . Sarsaparilla The One Trne Word Pnrlfler. Allitrttirsiats. II. Hood' Pills re the twit after-dinner plll Splder-Cralia of Japan. The crab spider luhatilta the oowin bed, terrifying the submarine world. It hi hldooua Id Appearance And hablta. It la the most formidable And rrpulslTe crenture In the aoaa. More than one (taring pearl diver and coral hunter lias battled with thin lialry monster and been driven to seek the aafety of a boot's deck. Though frequently found In cool wa ters, the great aplder-erob flourishes and atlnlna his Rrenteat size In the wa ter of Hie Japan sens. Though often encountered by coral and pearl hunters, the monster Is sel dom trnppedi and so only four speci men of full-Brown spider-crabs are to be found In this country. A fine specimen Is In Kiitgcr's College Museum of Nalurnl History. Two nre In the collections of the Ielnnd Btan ford and Cornell t'nlveraltle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 5 August 1896

CLAY DISAPPOINTED. HIS DEFEAT FOB THE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION IN 1839. Th Part Tak.a by Thai-low Wnd anil Roraoa Ofaal A 1'lnt Admitted -Row tha ftanator Raral.ad tha N.w. of tha Conrontlnn'a Artlon. Tho Whig convention of IR3H wn held In a nrw Lnthcrmi clmtvh In Hnr tUbnrg, and it in anafo afisuniiitinn Hint norcr brforp or lnoe hn a honco rf Hod been nindo tlio acrno of o much anil o adroit iHtlitirnl niimcnvrring n went on there, for the, purpone of preventing the, noiiiiilntloii of Ilrnry Clay for tho preaidoncy. Tho rhlef limnipulator u Thnrlow Word, who npix-nn-d there . tho friend of Governor Howard, mid tho fntnro member of tho powerful firm of Beward, Weed & Urn-ley. Thin firm wan indeed tho oiitromo of tho mim ing rHinpaign. Greeley wni at tho con vention, little, dreaming that tho cam paign which wan to follow would give him tho oppnrtnnity for developing the qualified which were to make him tho first editor of his time and lend to the foundation of a great newspaper ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

VOLUME 5. REYNOLDS VI LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1896. NUMBER 14. Vntlroitti 9im ff'ahlra. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFKCT JUNE 14, 1HIHI. I'MlnnVlplila Erie Htillroml Division Time Table. Trains lente Driftwood. KACTWAIill :M a m-TrHln S, dully except fnmliiy fur Hiinhurv, Hnrrllnirii nnrt liitcrmeilliitc sta Hon, arriving at riilliiilclilila :- p.m., New Vnrk. l. m.l lliilllnnire.tl:l p.m.) WiislilniMiin, 7: IS p. m 1'iillnmn Parlor rnr from VllllnmKirl nml iiiniciiicr couches from Knnplo l'lilliidclilifu. S:W p. m. Train , dully except Rtimliiy for UiirrMiurtf nnd Intermediate sliiiliin, iir rlvlnum IMilliiili-lplila4::iA. st.s New York, 7:X A. M, riillmnn Clccplnir ciir from ItiirrlsliiirR to I'lilliiilelpliln nml Ni'W York. I'lillwlclplila piiwiiumn eim remain In sleeper unllturliel until A. M. ):l p. m. Trnln 4. dully for Hiinliiiry, llnrrls htirn: nnd tnteriiiedliito tullon, iirrlvlnit lit I'lilliulclplilH, H:M A. M.! New York, Hilia A. M.on week tiny nnrt IO.:ix A ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

1 New Mexico's elnim to ttatehoo feels on the fnct tbat she has a popu lotion of 173,000, with tnxable prop erty valued nt 815,000,000. The Illinois nppcllnte court has de cide J tbnt where n secret society ex pels a member tbe courts may inquire into tbo expulsion nud see whether or not it be just. Tbe rnilroad construction in tbo United States for the Hut half of 181)0 was only 717 miles. This shows a very slight improvement over tbo first six months of 1893, when tbe record was 620 miles. Next Msy Queen Victorin will cum plcto a reign of sixty years, ami the officials most likely to bo concerned have boen privately informed tlmt should tho period bo accomplished celebrations much in tbe style of those at Jubilee year will be beld in bouor of the event. One of tbe latest tracts issued by the British Society for the Protection of Birds refers to the extent that tbe bird of paradise is being worn. Dur ing the 1893 season one warehouse alone of the many tbat are engaged in the traffi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

i THE WOMAN A-WIIEEL WHAT 8HE WEARS WHEN OUT FOR A SPIN. Petticoat Hold Their Own with Bloomers and Outnumber Them in Mont Cities-Voluminous Wardrob of the Sporting Lady. New Thins In Cycle Pklrta. ICYCMXO IMS niiulo the a Nilot ic side of the fashlonnblo wo nin a' life to be quite as Import ant as the purely social, but In uo phase of her va r I e il existence does she ever dl vest herself of the never fulling query: "Wlint shall I wear?" Nor Is It possible for the most mllilly athletic woman to provide herself with n single costume, saying, "Till Is my gown for athletic exptvlsps," for such costumes are as varied as the flowers of the Held, even when designed for the same kind of ex rrlse. There are as ninny different kinds of cycling costumes, for Instance, as there are bicycles, and as much dlf- HOVT.I.TIES FOR TnE BICYCLE OIBT,. ference of opinion as to which Is cor rect. Tho comparative merits of two wheels form a sufficient topic of con- Tereatlon for any two cyclists, bo the...

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