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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

it it Star Suhacriptum ti.OU ptr year, in mrnniv. !. A. ATKI'IIKNMON, Kdltor and Pub. WKDNKSUAV. AUCUST 12, lwiT" An Inilcprnrii'iit livnl pnni-r, riubll'lii'il nvrrjr Ph., ili'vnli'd tit thtt Inti'nKlMof Kynnlilvltlt ndJitttYi-unmiiiiitv. Noii-Tltl-iil. will tr-:;t. All with fnlrni'M, nnd will ltrmpwtnllr f rloml- Iw lnprU tlm lnlmrlnir iIhm. ulwurlptlim price SI .no prt ycnr.ln mlvnni'. UnmiminlrMImm IiiIoiiiIimI for nittilh-ntton miixt lie m-i-ompBiili'd by the wrfter'n n.mie, not for ililli-nilon. hut ni it miiir-nntcR of oo1 fnltli. Inter.tlntt ncw Itcnn millcltivl. Advertlln ruten nmdii known on npplli'if tlon nt tlm otllce in Arnold' lllivk. J.emrhfy communlciitlmm nnd ermriKO of lid vert Iwmpntn Mioiilrt rcnclt tills office by Monrinr noon. . . Add) nil cnntmtinlcntlnn to 0. A. Plerm ercrnn, Hovnolil-vlllc, I'd. Kntered nt tin- potitofllre nt Ueynolrtsvllle, Pa., nn m-coml clrfw mMll mntter. A Now York Siiromo Court lin ! cidi d that mnniirru-titA bim not Hiibjoct to lW'tlS....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

he k Bint. pcriptUm $1.00 per year, in advance. . ftTKPHKNMON, Rdltor and Pnb. EDNE3DAY. AUGUST 12, 1S0B. ttravelsve' ibt. tupmror trains arrive and leave Reyn- rllle an follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. ,n v, o. ill. 1 run, v, - - ,.,i... mt In 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train 2,- 1.12 p.m. In M p. m.lTmln 10, - T.iW p. m. KEYKOi.PsviLi.a prwr-orricK. lis arrive and leave the post-office as ws: ArrlvB. IVnart. MTHEWfcST. FOR Tll MAST. tr. m. - - 7.on p. m. 12.30 p. m - - s.'op.m. h. m. - - S.OIl p. m. 17.15 a. m. - - 1.1ft p.m. HOMTRRRAKT. FOR TIIEWKHT. rive from Rnthmol and Proseottvllle a. m. rives from Panic Tiipdny, Thurdays f aturrinyn at 2.;t0 p. m. pain (or Prcscottvllle, Rnthmol, Panic n. m. Hce hours T.00 n. m. toA.OO p. m. ntv order oftVe onn fnm 7.00 a. m. to l. m. KoKldtcr office open from 7.00 a. m. (K) p. m. .mil lloHrlfiv from 7.00 to s.00 a. m. nnd n 12.00 to S.IWo.m. E. T. MclMw. P. M. fl little ol Everiitiilng. "The Star" for One Hollar. 'or few months a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

IHBT Ml U WASHINGTON. GUNS AND PROJECTILES, Penneylvsnla Compante Com Larg Bhr. ia for Secretary Lamont directed the award of contract! under the proposals received by the wur department fur towing, gun ami mortar carriages, etc. The award for 31 et of 10-Inch steel gun forging and fur one net forglngs for a Id-Inch gun was made to the Bethlehem Iron company, of Pennsylvania, the MMviilu Steel company receiving the award for 21 "t of l'J-lii'h forglngs. I'nder the comparatively favorable terms offered by these eoinpanli-s thn department It enabled to obtain nit powerful modern teel gun above thn number Hint thn appro, prlntloii wag estimated to procure. The (ami two companies receive contract for respectively Ti ami 14 set of steel forglngs for the 12-luch breech-loading mortar. For finishing am) assembling lin set of lliwo forging a contract Is awarded th Builders' Iron foumlry, of Providence, H. the p tnainlng 14 sets goln to th government gun factory nt Wntcrlllct. A contract for...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

Talk In tnmr of ltno.l t Saraariarllla a for ns other meitldne. It hu the sieateat record af i-urtu of any medlcltia In I ha world. In fact, Moods m ie inn una f . True Itlo it VJ I'orlfler. II. Sarsaparilla Hood'tPlllarurailck heartache, lndleetloa Our Consular Brrvtrr Tlie conaulnr si-rvlce I llio practical mil biiKliicm aide of our foreign In-u-rcourap," write en-rrMlilt-nt llarrl mn In tlto ladles' Home Journal. 'Thore aro more than twelve hundred jornong In the consular service of Ui t'nlteil States. Tliese are located In :ue Important commercial cities anil :own of the world, and are deaerllied rent-rally na Consul (lenernl, C'ouaula, rotnmerelal agents, Interpreters, mar ihala and clerka. Tho duties of a Donaul are various and multifarious. He la the protector and Rtinrdlnu of .merlcan commerce; provides for des titute American sudors and sends them Some; he takes chance of the effects f American citizens dying In his Juris lletlon, having no legnl representative; tie receive...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 12 August 1896

LAST CAKTttllfflKS. 8TORY OP THE INCIDENT DEPICTED IN A CELEBRATED PAINTING. Ttifl Mitnlflrnt nrarrry of llanilfnt of French Marina. Rolillnr. Whww llntr ry Wa. RraogalKd by Th.lr Cnnqurr ota. Wlio tin Hot Hern n print of tlio fu nimi picture, "Tlio LHt CnrtrlilKr, " by AlphoiiHO do Ncuvlllt'f Tho original In In tlio gallery of ouo of Now Vork'ii citizen. Well, tn tlutt plot nro tlio wounded ninjor loaning nuainst tlio old client mid witching tlimnph tho win dow tho ofTcct of tho Tnroo' hint, shot in Lninlicrt, tlm hern of Hiizoillca Tho Btorjr of tlmt. plctnro H hricf ennuh, and yet it him never Imtii printed in full in any Amcricnn piipcr. It i nn followm On Hept 1, 1870, tho Ocminn nrtil lory wa thundering aromul Si'ilan. Tho French nrmy wtiSRlinttered. It envnlry hnd mndo tlmt last mid ilinporoto rlmrgn which hronght from tho lips of old King Willinm tho exclamation o often quoted in French rmnor, "Oh, leu hriivcn geiml" At Hnzeille, whero tho French infantry In nonttercd group ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

ft Me VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19, 1890. NUMBER 15. ttatlYOrtb dm 1abt: PENNSYLVANIA UAILllOAD. IN EFFECT JUNE 14, 1H!M; TMillndolpliln A Eric Urxllrnucl Division Time Tlile. Trains leme Driftwood. KAHTWAHH 0:O4 n m Train H. dully except Sunday for Hutibury, llarrMiuiii mill Inlcrmeillole m tlima, nn Ivlng nt riilliiilciiinia n -'i p. ni.. Mew York, p. m.i Uiiltltiior,ll:il p. m. from WllllamMMirt. and nnaHetiKt'r roaches from Kane to I'lillnilcliililn. 3:W p. m. Train , ilnllv except Runiliiy for llarrtshurK and Intermediate station, arriving- nl rlilliiilcliilila 4::m A. M. New York, ":Xi. A. M. I'lllllnnli Hlt-enlnit cars from llarrNbiinrtn I'lillndclft.ila and New York, riitlitdclpliln paiwmfors run - remain In sleeper imdlMiirhcd until 7:H0 A. M. :; p. m. Train 4. dully for Htinhiiry, Hnrrls hiirn nml iiiti-rmiMlliite stations, arriving nt riilliiililiihlTi, cl:, v.! a. M.i New York, V-..U A. M. on J diiyn nml 1i.:ih a m. on Hun diiyi Haltlmnre, H:2n ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

i The bicycle is the evangelist of the moot progressive ern ever known. A Hew namo for it is "the fnrinor's friend.'! The classioul Lcnndcr wns tho qnalia horo of the oncients and the modern Lcnndor on the Thames seem to be the nquntio heroes of tho present (lay, observes tho New York News, A cunning button mnnufnctnrer of tho Nutmeg Btnte, hns, it seems, put on the knick-knack mmket a badge button marked B. M. Tho letters stand at the wearer's option for either Souud Money or Silver Money. The Old Order of Duuknrds, nt their recent sossion At Covington, Ohio, decided ngninst the bicycle and also against gold fillings for tho teeth, on the ground that they are an Adornment, and must be eschewed. The Archbishop of London esti mates the contributions of churchmen to religious objects during the Inst twenty-five years as amounting to about $400,000,000. Over $105,000, 000 has been spout in elomentary edu cation. In view of the fact tbnt Queen Vic toria has purchased her npplos in New E...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

SWEDEN'S SHOW. IHTRUJf ATIOJIATj KXPOSITIOM AT STOCKHOLM NKXT MAY. The Pour North Countries, Swe den, Norway, Denmark and Finland, Will Join to Make It a Success. ONE of the leading event in Europe next iinmmer will be the great Scandinavian Ex position, which opens in Stockholm, Sweden, next May, tc con tinue until October. For almost the first time in history the four northern countries Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland speaking iu part a com mon language and having for over fif teen centuries been historically con nected, both as allies and foes, having a close relationship in the folk-lore, INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURES traditions, poetry, mnsio and the traits that distinguish the descendants of the old Norsemen are found united as one Nation for n peaceful rivalry in the pursuits ot art, science and industry. The distinguishing trait of tho Scandinavian character in reflection, and the idea of this exposition, the greatest and most complete ever planned in any Europoan country,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

j Stan Hulmeriptim $1.00 per year, in tutrunve. tit At HTKPIIKNttON. Kdllor and Ptibt WKDNKSDAY, AUCiUHT 19. HWB. . An independent locnl pmwr, pulllhi'd eviM jr VoIiii1ijf nt. Uoynnlilxvlllr. .It'fferw'n 'n. I'a., devoted tolhelntenMnf HeynoliNvllln nil JelTerwoneotinty. Nin-xIHIcnl, will Itvnf nil with full-newt, and will lie eMi'ltlly frlrml l townrdu the InlmrlnK rlnm. Pulm-rlpllon prlceI.OOM"ryenr,ln ndvnnre. t'omnmnli'litlonn Intended for nillilli'ntlon mint lx ncmmpHnled lythe wr(ter nnme, not. for nublli'ittlnn, but nn Riinrnntra of Khh1 fillth. Interestltl news ltem solicited. AdvertNIni niten mnde known on iippMed tlon nt. theoHlee In Arnold' Mock. l.cTiKhly cnnimmilriittiin. nnd rlinnira of rtvertlementi nhould reneh this ofNVe njr Monclny mum. , Adilre" nil eointntinlemlnns to 0. A. Uteph ennon, UeynoHNvllle, I'n. Jintered nt the postofflfn Rt ilt'jrnnliNvHlo, P... meeond Hmw mull matter. John Hamilton. Deputy Sectvtnry nnd Dlrootop of Farnu're Innt itnt. In a pnmphlet on...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

0 m -k Star Subscription $i.00 per year, in advance. CI. A. BTEPHKNSON, Kdllor ndPob. nWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1890. Travtltre' antb. Paasenanr trains arrive nnd leave Keyn- Oldsrille aa follow! Allegheny Valley Haihcay. Eastward. Westward. Trnln. - - fl.44 a. m.lTraln , - -7.40 a.m. Train t, - 1.00 p. m. Train J, 1.42 p.m. Train I - . p. m.Traln 10, - 7,62 p. m. mykoi.dhvili.b poxT-ornci. Malta arrive and leave the poet-office aa follows: Arrive. Depart. rnOM Til WK.T. TORTUS HAST. l.is p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 111.30 p. m - - (i.jnp.m. raois thkkast. roa n mr.nr. I. 00 a. m. - - 2.00 p. in. IMS a. m. - l is p. m. Arrivea from Rathmol nnd Prosrottvlllo II. noa. m. Arrivea from Tonic Tuesdays, Thurdaya and Saturdays nt 2..'K p. m. Departa for Preacoltvlllo, Rnthmel, l'nnlc i.OOn. m. Offlre honra7.00 a. m. toa.OO p. m. Money order oftieo open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.30 p. m. Kenlatcr office open from 7.00 a.m. to8.no p.m. I.eital Holiday from 7.00 toa.OO a. m. and from 12.00 to a.iSoo.m. K. T. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

' M until KOTIFIEB.- A TREMENDOUS CRUSH. Tfc Folic Compelled to Charge th Crowd to Bring It Into Order. William Jennings Bryan mid Arthur Rnwnll wero formally notified Wednosdny night of their nomination a President ami Vice President of the United Stntes In Madison Square Garden, Now York city. When the dooia were thrown open at 1 o'clock, wild turmoil ensued nt the main entrance. Men, Women and policemen were Jumbled to gether in an Indiscriminate mob. Men tore eaeh other's and their own clothes In their frantiit endeavors to gain admission, and matter looked serious for some momenta. Shriek alter shriek enmn from the women 111 the struggling maw, and two or three of them fainted. Then the pollen milled, and with a vigorous tun of their elulia formed a line, and thereafter there wns a semblance of order. From floor to root the garden was crowded with humnn beings. it was Just nt 8 o'clock when Mr. Bryan en tered, lie hud reached thn garden In com pany with his wlfo anil Mr. Ht. Jo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

F'wst taat unit IvrrllKnl miUnioM.mil part ner, thn mo t wotiilrrfnl cnro on rrriirt art mailt anil til. iirciitt-nt a!iM nre won b) Sarsaparilla Hood's Pills eurtj U liver III, rlllnniir.i. THE MACHETE. tht Pendlr Wcn.nn with WhU-li fttha la Working Ont Iter lmlrrirmlrnre. Culm's nntloiinl wrnpon, tho ninrlirtn, li a ti't-rlhln Inxtrntncnt of di'ulnirtldit. One of tlio luirrllilo ftiitnri'" of 11 uVlil f buttle where iiiiieheleM nre lined I thD number of partly lieheiuleil nnil firfully mutllnted ImmIIpn that nre found lying nil n round, whirl) present ft glmstly night even to the atttrily Hoi filer who hnve nnrvlved the cotiillet. The umclieto Im ptu.v.il no mntill pnrt In the hlHlorv of nil iiirlnliiK" In the. BpiinlRh-RpenklnR provlneeB, lint In Cuba It hug done mirli e.xeeutlon Hint If the iHlnnd Hliimlil win her freedom tlio tnnehete oniilit to he Included In the eont-of-nrin of I'nliri llhrn. It In the tool of tho CuIhhi workliiKiinin. Willi It ho ennui liln living cutting th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 19 August 1896

BRITISH ELOQUENCE. A Capital Rimrtmen nff tha Kitem-hea Maria In Lnral KtrrtlitfiA) Tlio follmvliiK iimnifiwtn, cnpli'il vi-r-tmtim from HiooriKliml pdalir, Is n cap I till HMi'liiirn if rltrtiuli o1ikIK'Iii' an Implied to purtvliinl runti'sts: "Fellow WorklliKliU'll, Hi'litli'iiH'ti ladli'H, 1 honornhly put liiym-lf fonvurtl umlrr your rcry kind notlrn for n mnt tin tlm BwniiB'oniliopariHliroiiiK'll. Let inn toll yon a it limit that I wui tho Hist tinivn rlirnp meat mi (titlloy Hill itml Swnim con 1 1 mi mill all round. 1 invcr did mill BcTcrwIU hurt it unrkiiiKiimn. Wlti'il rimi'S In kkk1 I Want to wt puid for ny Very suporlnr food that I iilwiiyMiily, ninl wln'ii timrs in liard tlit-n you can tnko It at imy prion you liko to fivil your wives iiiul children and yotir fain ilios from (Icoi'KH Cliticlt, 'Tim IVnpIci (inly Ilutclicr' in this parlxli. I kIhuI work hand in hand with tlio Kit. Oihii'kii linln t Imry tho ilciut at thn lowot prlcn anil put tho poor body ilcrp In mother 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. — 26 August 1896

Me VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSVILLK, 1'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890. NUMBER 16. Itrttlrocib rim "nhlr). PENNSYLVANIA KAILKOAD. IN EFFWJT JUNE 14, Mitt. Philadelphia Erie Ibiltrond Division Time Table. Trains lenvc IHIftwood. , KAHTWAKIl P:04 it m-Trnln H, dully except Kiitirtnv for Htiiihiirjr, llarrlnburtf nnd In termed lute ntn tlonn, arriving lit I'lilliulclphlii :SI p. in., New York, B:S1 p. m. IIiililiiionfl:ii p. in.) Wanhlngion, 7: IA p. m I'lillitiiin I'nrlor car from WllllHiii'Mwirt nml pnnni'iiitcr coitchcn from Kline lo riillitdf Iplilti. S:W p. m. Train II, dully encept Sunday for llnrrlnhnrir and Intermediate nliillonn, arriving- al IMilliidi'lplilii 4::m a. m.i New oik, 7:33 . M. riilliniin Sli'i-plnir rum from Iliirrlnhtirs: to riilluilclphla and Now York. I'ltllnilclpliln pimnciiKcra eon remain In nleoier unillntiirhed until "Mil a. m. t:M p. m. Train 4, dully for Hiinlniry, llnriln linrg and Inlernicilliue station, uii lvlnu nt rhllndolpliln. :!W A. M.s New York, :tt 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. — 26 August 1896

Chicngo University is the Oliver TwUt of colleges, Recording to the New York Rocort'or. It wants $5,- 600,000 more, ' A Maryland court hns decided that electricity is not a manufactured article, end thntelectrlo plnnts do not manufacture a product, but only dis tribute it. "Every young Jnpnnoso gontlemnu of mesne comes to tho United Stnto now for a pleasure tour and for in formntion," snid Mr. 8. Hirotn, of Tokio, who is now in Washington. Liverpool, Euglnnd, hns a city or dinance forbidding the use of tho streets to vehiclcsdisplnyingadvertbe ments. A mnn who undertook to show an advertisement on a bicycle was recently fined under this lnw. Gladstone, writing to a teacher of elocution, says: "I trust that in all your efforts you will lny the founda tion particularly in careful nnd dis tinct articulation. However, I fear the English are behind all the nations of Europe The Scorch and Irish are, I believe, somewhat bettor." The Taris Journal do Medccino es timates that thero are in F...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 August 1896

f DAINTY AND NEW. INNOVATIONS AND NOVKMIE3 ON FEMININE UARMKNT9. Bolero .TncVct With Holt Sleeves for Early Full Wear -Heecnt Change In the Slylcs of Sleeves. IIE bolero jacket with hell I sleeves, writes May Manton, I in among the latest importn (, tioni for enily fall we nr. Het.vy block corded silk in tho nin terlal represented, the trimming being bnuih of embroiderod jot or net laid over cream faced cloth.. The cbilTon rucha worn around the neck that ends in a lorge bow with jabot ends in front may be omitted in favor of the flnring Medici collar. The jacket is simply shaped by shoulder and undcr-arm ee-uus, the round outline renchiug the waist with slightly pointod corners that flare apart in front. The bell sleeves are a special feature cf this fashionable jacket, being conveniently adapted to slip over the present style of dress sleeves. The sleeves are circular in shape and reach to below the elbow, the gathered fullness adjusting them gracefully at the top, Jackets in this ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 August 1896

Siihiicription $1.00 per iciir, in advance. . A. nrKPIIRNKOKI. Kdllor and Pub. WKONK3DAV, AUGUST 2fl, IPSO. An Independent lornl paper, puhllMied every Wednesdny nt HoynoldHVlllo, Jefferniin rn. PH., devniod to the Interests of Keynnldsvlllo nnnJeirerwinriMinty. Non-polltlriil, will tri'iit all with fiilrnesn, mid will lieenpei'lnlly friend ly towards the lnlHirln plana. Sutwerlpt Ion price f 1.00 per yonr, In ndvnnee. Commnnleatliina Intended for imlilleatlon muat ho accompanied hy the wrltnr'a name, not for ntihllcntlon, hut n a Riinrnntnn of H.mhI fnltn. Interentlnir newa Itenmaollcltcd. Advertlxlni ratea made known on applica tion at the office In Arnold' lllock. LeiiKhty communlcatloiia and change of dvertlementi alioulil reach thla otllce hy MoiiiIhjt noon. AiIiIiv-m all commnnlcatlona to O. A. Bleph Inwn, HevnolilKVllle, I'a. Eiitctrd nt the pontolWce at Keynoldnvllln, Pa., a second rlnH mall matter. Edison htw n-celved "11 pntonts. and thoro aomna to bo no limit to his Inven...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 August 1896

0 Suburription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. MBFHKKOH.MItt Pnfc. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 180. f rnvtlrr' Mtt. Passenger train arrive and leave Kpyn oldavllle a follow: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Trains, - - 6.44 a. m.lTraln , - -7.40 a.m. Train I, - 1. no p. m. Train t, -1.4Sp. m. Train a - S.M p. m.lTraln 10, - 7.IW p. m. fl Little ot Everything. "The Star" for One Dollar. For a few months at least, we will offer Thr STAR to new subscribers for $1.00 a year, cash in advance. This of fer holds good to old subscribers who pay all arrearages and one year In advance. All back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate of $1.50 por year. Odontunder. Squirrel season opens next Tuesday. The borough schools begin next Mon day. Odontunder used only by Dr. B. E. Hoover. Go to the opera house Thursday evening. All the new fall shapes, In hats at Mllllrens. R. and G. glove fitting corset at J. S. Morrow's. Buy your shoes at J. E. Welsh & Co.'s new shoe store. A Brya...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 August 1896

BURNED THE TRAIN. Cubs Insurgents Make a Clean Job Rear Havana. The mystery of tho nilss Ing mllllnry pass enger trnln ha been solved ami It furnlsho another instance of the audacity of the In surgents ami of the trotilnVd stnto of nfTnlr existing In the protlneo rf Plnnr Del lllo. On Sunday last a trnln. having on board a number of civilian wnni't unl a strong escort of troops, censl-dlng of logti'ur ears and armored cars for tho military tic rt left Cnnanlnclon Del Sur, Plnnr 1M lifo, for Hnvnnn, nnd should hnve arrived tho same day. lint tho trnln did not appear; the rail road authorities became alarmed and tie mllllnry authorities were notlllcd. Apparent ly, however, tho Inner wore very slow In taking action In tho matter. In any ease, throughout Monday tho mlltiry authorities ftrofessed absolute Ignorance uf tho whereabouts of tho trnln, although It wns nderstood lhnt some di'Ki'rlitln had been ont nlong tho line, hut without nny definite result. 1 his failure to ohtaln tho nec...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 August 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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