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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 26 August 1896

COUNTRY AIR PROMOTES LONQ LIFE. Breathing- an Atmonphrre of Pnrlty Wrrt OIT Deadlf Illneiwe. ' Tho loss of pnre air, sntwliiiin mul other ' 'fren" goods mid their effect on tho physlqne of city dwellers nro not ndo quntcly mptnntel by hygienic! re forms of town lifo Itself, wliiln thn In crooned number uml complexity of sen sntintis iniHMo n arenter strain upon thn nenron system. Tho nervous deffonern tioil which thiix nwrues limy pel Imp lie. rhorlced in time, by further hygienic tin firuveiuent of tho town nnd by a (trmlnnl endjustmnut between thn nervous sys tern aud itx chmifc'd envirnnineiit. But meantime, ktavo pliysieiil injuries arise dimply from those very crotiomio rhiuiKi' wliieh hnvo ruined the eeonomio condition of tho great miuia of tho work era nnd hnvo prolmbly reduced tho quantity of purely economic poverty. When wo reflect Mint tho jiliyxiciil in juries of town lifo, attested by tables of mortnlity and Impnired innncnhir nctiv Hy, fall most heavily upon tho joor, w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 September 1896

VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1896. NUMBER 17. ttaltronb "Time ffrablre. PENNSYLVANIA RAILKOAD. IN EFFECT JCNE 14, 181M1. Philadelphia ft Erie Kallrosd Division Time Table. Trains leave Driftwood. KAKTWAKII 9:04 a m Train a, dully except fnnrtnjr for Hunhurv, llarrlsburir nnd Intermediates! a tlmts, arrlvlnn at I'lillnili'lpliln p.m., New York, p. m. Hnltlmnre,S: p.m.i Washington, 7:111 p. m I'tillmnn Parlor car from Wllllnnispmt and pasHetiKcr coaches from Kano to IMillndelphfn. I:.V p. m. Train , dnlly enccpt Holiday for Ilnrrlsburtt; and Intermediate stations, ar riving at Philadelphia 4:.i A. m.i New York, 7:83 A. M. I'nllmnn Weeping rant from llarrlshnnt to I'hllatlelphla and New York. Philadelphia passenitcra ran remain In sleeper undlsturta-d until 7:00 A. M. p. m. Train 4, dally for Hnnhiiry. llBrrls linrg and Intermediate stations, nrrlvlng at Philadelphia, n:ivi a. m i New York. V:a A. M. on week dava and I0.W A M. on Btin- day i Ilnlttmnre, 20 ...

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

An anonymous donor bag given $300,000 to tho city of Edinburgh for the purpose of building a town hall. "Aula Roekio" has received $1,900,- 000 in gifts during tbe past few years, ml tbe Scots ore not backward in publishing tbe fact to tbo world. .. -i 1 Surgeon Colonel W. Taylor, princi pal medicnl officer of tbo southenstern' military district in Clrcnt Britnin, de clared in a recent lecture tbnt tbe medical arrangements of tbo Japanese Krmy for saving lifo were perfect, no expense being considered too great to tare a soldier's life. Tbo water supply of Philadelphia is said to be tbe most impuro of any first-class city in tbe country. It is now proposed to remedy tbo evil by "tapping" tbe Delaware river above Trenton, tbe water to bo conveyed in eteol tubes, capable of furnishing 175,000,000 gallons per day. It takes over $200,000 a month to pny tbe police of Chicago, and it is claimed that tbe wagon which carries tbe money around bus never been held Tip. From the number of "hold-...

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

LOVELY CARACAS. tT5!fEZtjfct,AS CAPIfAti AID 1." l SOMK OP IIS ATntAClIOSS. ItdrHM hi (lilt !nhnbltants-An tm pressl ve Cnpltol A Famous Coffee Reaion Statues of Wash' jjngtn and Bolivar,, - TY ABACAS, for three hnnflrod I ( years the capital of Venezuela, presents itself to view with en chanting dramatio effect, writes Almont Barnes in the Washing too Star. One goon by mil or other road up from the edge of the 10a at La Gnayrs, winding among the curves and lifts of the mountains until he is five thousand feet Above that city, be yond which the Caribbean looks like a mill pond, and its fleets like "painted ship; on a pninte ocean," but five or is miles away. The peak of NaUrnita and La SilU Mountain tower above Metraollos three thousand feet. But ha winds along through the di vide, amid shrubbery and forests of THE UMYEK81TV perfect growth and lovclinesi, and a bewildoring profusion of wild dowers, in view of a plantation, protected on one side by a sheer deolivity of 1500 feet, and...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 September 1896

Subscription $1.00 per year, in admnr,. V. A. HTRPHKNUON. Rdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. HWfl. An lndPHHilnnl locnl pwr, ptihllBhrrt vvrrjr Wednowlny at Kynolilvlllo, Ji-iri'rmw '. Ph., iivotp1 to the IntoroMn of Ktynoli!vlllc nd.)niTcronrountjr. Non-pnlltlr.il, will trvnt II with fnlrni'w, iml will be iMpeoliilljr frlmid Ijr towrd the Inbnrln oIhhb. SulMcrlptlon prlrefl.OnpiT vonr.ln dvnrn. Communications IntondiMl fur publication mint be accompanied by tho wrftcr'a namii, not for nutilli-atlon. but as giiaranti-o of good faith. Intinstln miira Items sollclti-d. Advortlsln rates made known on appllca tlon at tho onVe In Arnold' Murk. Lenirhtjr communications and rhnne of advertisements should roach this office by Monday noon. Address all communications to U. A. Steph enson, HeynoMsvllle, I'a. Enwrod at the postotllc at Keynoldsvlllo, Pa., an second class mall matter. It I evident the poople are Roinu to do noma thinking this full before they vow. Hoke Smith, ot(it)orgta, S...

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

(SuftumpMon $1.00 per ytar, in advance. f). A. STKPHKNaod, Rdltor and Pnk. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, ISttfl. traveler' Wttb. Pmwnnr train arrive and leave Bern Oldsvllle as follows: Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train, - - M4 a. m.lTrnln t, - -7.40 a. m. ? rain I, - - 1.(10 p. in. Train I, 1.43 p.m. rain 1 S.S7 p. m.Traln 10, - 7.62 p.m. ssysoi.dsvim.s rmtmci. Malls arrive and leave the post-ofltce as follows: Arrive. Depart. raoM Tna wr.sT. Ton tub cast. l.Up. m. - 7.00 p. m.llt.Wp. m - .20p. m. raoMTnacAsT. nmmwm, 8.00 a. m. - - t.00 p. m.lMS a. m. l is p. m. Arrives from Knthmol and Prcscottvllle 11. so a. m. Arrives from Pnnlc Tuesdays, Thurdnys and Saturdays at 2.S0 p. m. Departs for I'rescottvllle, Rnthmel, Panic 1.00 f. m. OnVe hotirs7.on a. m. toS .00 p. m. Money order oftlre open from 7.00 a. m. to T.aOp. m. KeKlstcr office open from 7.00 a. m. to s.oo p. m. Ietml llolldnys from 7.00 to s.oo a. m. and from 15.00 to 8.01) n.m. E. T. MctlAW, l. M. A little ot Ev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 September 1896

oiimisiguisib msn LI HUNG CHANG Arrived Friday Homing en tht American Liner St Paul. 1.1 Hung Chnng, viceroy of China, nm liassaclor extraordinary to Russia ami world renowned diplomat, arrived In Sow York on the SMh and became tho guest of the nation. The tately HL Louie n!ul Fire Islaud at 10:33 a. m. with tho distinguished visitor on board. Tho American built greyhound of the H'lK mnile the trip from Southampton In tlx days aud three hour. Sh fiihiti.il by tht tooting of whistles, tugs ami steamers a ehe passed up tho lower buy and entered tho narrow. Preparation for the reception of the fam ous I 'lilnnuinn had hwn earoliilly arranged, llaj. Gen. Thomas linger, eommnndcr of tho department of tho cast, an tho personal rep resentative of President Cleveland, with two tail olllecrs, MaJ. George W. lnvisnnd Capt. Mills; William W. Ho, hhlll, first asslst nt secretary of state, representing his do partmcut; tho Chinese m I nl-.f r, Yang Yu, end secretary of tho t ' nnl, H-.e, nnd a r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 September 1896

i ood Wood la wlmt gives strong nerrra, vlgnr, vital ity. Uood blind atiil gaud IteAlth come liy taking Sarsaparilla Be inn to get fluotl'n ami only HOOD'S. llnod'a INIIa are the fnvorlie fmnlly rathartlc. A WONDERFUL GUN. Tail the Trlirarr and It Flrrt F.IBhl Phnta In Hucceaalon. ' TVlint In claimed to ho n most re oiarknlile wenpnn and one which I ns (trent an Improvement over tlie ordi nary revolver for inllltnry piin'e n wn tln revolver over tlio cM tlmo horno-platol, linn lieen liroiiKlit out ly a Beri:a Urm. Tho construction of this latent development In llrenrim ninnu fRCturc la upon entirely new lines, o for in repnnls small arms. Tlie. enrt rlilRes, which nro olulit In number, ore contained within n mnitnzlno In tin KHp. The notion of the pleee Is so rnpld thnt the eye ennnot follow the move ments, and the whole clijlit shots run be "Jred before the first shell ejected una smirk the ground. Tlio cartridges are brought to the front of the breeoh lock, when the hit ler la mov...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 September 1896

NO USE FOR MONEY. A SETTLEMENT OF QUEER PEOPLE ON THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA. They Do Wo Worry About Fine Rome Mil Raiment, nil rood ! ftfl rientlfnl M Air They Are Mot Worried Over Fl. Banelel rronletnib "We lmd to rrmnln In Pnnnnm buy thfp clnys beforo the utrnnirr Fnilort," sulci n trnvrli-r wlio lmil m-riitly ri'turnrtl from trip noroas tlin iHtlmiun. m lio lighted a ftvsdi rldiir, "nml n friend nnd I decided to spend the timi exploring the bay. Wo hired two Writ Itidin dnrklps, who hnd a lotiRlmut, with a nil which conld be utilized when the wind won fuir, to row lis nmmid. Well, cf oourws wo oiiiled np the cmml ns fur M tlu rti wan any water nnd snw the propri'Si which hndboen iimilo, ornithrr the luck of imRnns; bnt thnt in another tory. "We phot mm nil I put or and "lint nt a dozen jnorr. Thry wore lyins along the bank of the entml smmlnff themselves, and looked exactly like log to the inex perlmiced rye from a ilintnnce. Upon nearer approach tho log would suddenly become nniniat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 September 1896

VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSV1LLE, I'ENN'A., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1890. NUMIJER IB. Vnllroab (Trttna pnhlr. J K N X S Y L V A N I A H A 1 LI M ) A I). IN F.FFHTJl'NK 14, 1HIHI. I'lilliKirllihla ft Erie Knllmnrl HI vision Time Tnlilc. Train lviin Ht iriniKMl. KAHTWAKH 9.m a m Tniln a, ilully emvit Similar fur tlllll. ll'lTl llIK lit iru mm iincrnii'diiiic in I'lilliiili'lnhlii H:''.l tl. In.. .i'W 1 hi K. :'.'ln.ni.t It u 1 1 1 li ii . l I u. ni l YiimIiIiiimiiii. 7 : 1. n. ni Pullman I'mliir ear fioin VllllnniKirt niifl tmciiKfr ("lutein's f mm Kane tn riillnrli'lililii. :i: p. in. Tniln H, ilully "Xi-")it. Similar fur llariMiiirit nnil Intermediate atiitlun. hi rlvlnxiit I'lillmli'liilila 4::m A. M.i New York, 7::ci A. M. I'tilltiuin Hli'i'plnii car fnitn llurrl.liurir tn I'lillailelplila Hiiu New Yolk. riilliiili'lihln iihmhciikim- can remain In ln-wr tinillxtiii'lM-d until ":Kl A. M. S:: ). m. Train 4, dally for Hiinliiiry. Harris Inn ii mill Ihli'rnii'illiiKi Million, arriving nt l'lilhli...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 September 1896

TLo Norwegians have recently dono away with tlio study of (truck ami Latin in tlu-ir higher schools. No street curs run in Glasgow on Fnndays, ninl now t ho Sabbath Alliance of Scotland is trying to pre vent bathing on Sunday in tlmt city. According to tin) Ki'onnmisti) F.uropocn, the combined debt of Europe in 1S!" was 121,!)(!rt,000,00() francs t,3lKt,200,(H)t), mi increase in ten years of 31,101, 2i(), 000, Francis Joseph, of Austria, is onn of two i:ilM:n lout European sover eigns whose presumptive heirs aro their nephews. Tlio Emperor of Russia uml the King of tho Belgians linvo presumptive heirs iu their brothels. Cnlifomiana seem to bo tho least Appreciative of t'ne marvelous treas ures of gold thnt lio ready t their hands. The fuet tlmt great English, Scotch, Fiomh and German companies nrc steadily coining into California to develop tlio st res of gold go nbun limit in the state should bo sufficient notice to nil Culifortiiaiis.iich or poor, thnt no reiisoii exists for their...

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

VORK WHICH SOME OF TI1E3I DO OX A CKIISIC. The y f!o Through Warship IJrttdcery ly Way of Kdiicutlon Koutliie ot Outlet nt die .Viuiupu lis Academy. "TC NEW departure bas teen nift'le in tho work of tnrninq out young Fnraguts-for Uncle J" Sam's fine navv. Tlie little teen ig lo ittle 800 ton gnubont. Bancroft bus been nt the Drool; lyn Xnvy Yard with thirty cadets on board, nnd the boys hnvo been put through a system of school ing which should lio of immeiic value to them when they nve commissioned fiictrs on some of the prcat warships of tho Nation. Tho Baticrolt nlfO vent cruising nlong New Kimland, ttoppiug nt dil'.Vrcnt poiuts before it returned to AnnnpoliK. The thirty cadets on tho Bancroft nre greatly envied by the hundreds left nt the ncitdrmy, but tho thirty do not know whether they nro lit subjects for envy or not. When they nre on board the vcsel they wouhl be willing; to swap planes with those) left behind. But when the liannrolt is in some port, they wouldn't make the e...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 September 1896

it Star. .Subscription tl.00 prr V'lr, in mfi-'iinv. ' A. f TM'IIHSON, l:lllor nml I'llb. V K I X KS I ") A yTh'k t'T KM H Kit . ll'Sil, A 11 liuli pi'iiili ii t Iim'iiI piipiT. piililNlirdevcry WiMiiii'xIiiv in Hi'vnoliNvlllr, .li tVi'i-iii i n. I'll., lIl'Vllll'll III till" llltl'll'lt of Hi'ViH'Wivllle Hiirt.li'llVisiiiii'ininty. Nuii-puMilriil. will t rent, all with fiilrni'iN.iinil will In-I'spi'i'lully fi Irnil ly timimli tin-1 u In 11 1 ti vt i'Iiisx. Hulirrlil Imi pili'i' l .i"iir yi'iir. In mini lire Ciininiiiiili'titliiim IiiIimhIimI fur piililli'iillmi inilit lio iiivimipiililiMl liylhK l Hi'I'k liiilni'. not fur piilillriiilnii. but 111 n itimiiinti'i' of t ml faith. Inli'i-i'tilim in Iti'tiii iilli-ltt'il. Al vi-rt Ixlttir rules timile known on uppllrii llon lit tlii' iilHri' In Arnold' llloek. I .i-iiirlit v iiiiiniiiiili'iitlin nuil rlmtiiri' of nrlvi-rtln'tiii'iitH uliiiiilil ri'iirli this offlVe hy Montlnv iiimn. Aililri'" nil comtwinlriitlon to t'. A. Xtrpli eii'ni...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 September 1896

fcltc Star. tiuhrriitiim $1.1)0 per icccr, in defect lire 4'. A. NTKPHKMMO. Filltor anil fub. w kdx esda y ,skitkm hku ii. mm. Ttntclc' CUMltic. I'lisscnurr 1 rutin arrive find Ii'Uvm Kcyn- olclsvllle IIS follow! Allnjhnii) Vullry Unilinni. Eastward. Westward. TnilnH, - - (1.44 n. m. Trnln , - -7.4"n.m. Tniln I, - - Ui p. m. Train S, - 1.42 p.m. Tniln.'l - (1..17 p. m. Trnln 1, - 7..VJ p. m. nr.VNoi.iisvit.t.r. post-okkick. Mulls nrrtve itnel Irnvo the post-office ns follows: Arrive. Depart. fllOM TIIK WKST. foil TIIK f.AST. MS p. m. - - "Jin p. m.'li.W p. m - - H.-.iip. m. t'UOM TH K FAST, lull TIIK N KST. Jn. iii. - - sji P. m. M.I ii. iii. - - 1. 1.1 p. m. Arrives Irnlii Itlitlimel nml Prrsrottvllli' ll.'loii. in. Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Tliimliiy and ? :i I lll'iln - ill '.'.:m p. In. Depart for I'icseoitvlllr. Iliiilimi'l. 1'iinlc H.(" p. in. mii.'i. hours 7.or . m. to". mi p. m. Money orircr ottloe open from T.wn. m. to ".Mi' p. n'l. liculstcr ntHer open fiiiin7JHIll.ni. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 September 1896

in innus CONVENTION. PALMER AND BUCKNER CHOSEN. A Permanent Orgnnttatlon Effected Forty Two Statet Represented. Forty-two stntos nnd threo terrltorlcs.rop. rested by 824 delegates, nn't on the SikI In Tomllnson hnll.Inillnhnpolls.a n climax of a six week's campaign tn ri'iiiiltnti the nation of the hlcngo convention nml put fnrtli n ilwinratli.ii if principles nml nam" ft presi dential ticket. Senator l'lilm -r. who called the I nilv to order, termed it the first conven tlon ot the N:tirmril Democratic party, while others n fi rn il ! tt ns the D.'inwTin-v which held tin last I'tuivi-titloii In IH'.i'J. Aitmi-.-ili'ti to tin- luill win confined strictly t. tl'-k.-t holders. As a result, many peo lo were ! nli'd admittance. In-ll" every Hfiit In tin? l ! reserved fur the d"l"i:iiie nml nlt r lmti't wns taken lip mill tin- galleries, except nn npp'T I ipony In tin' r"iir of the hull whi r.' tin- band win located, with eomfort nlily tilt"'', without liolng crowded, wlill. i tli" luilr ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 September 1896

ilmposllili without iin,hpnllhyblnral. Inr. tlr-il nml vlt:ill.iil lilnml ri'Milt from taking Sarsaparilla Tlir !)! In fuel I In- dm' Trim Hltmil l'lirlftrr. Hood's Pills f"r tlic livi rmul Ihv!b, sfV, A I'timlro hloiip linrrlor. A tlnatliiK lunlrr f imnili'c tinr, lilni'tiTii iiiilt'M 1'inir. ovrr a thousand jui-iIh wlili1 din! Iirtrr-n fi'Pt (li-i'p, rlns. ins a scapDii to nil un.hpIm us I'lYci'tunl ly ns a hnnm cniilil iln. It not hrlnjr tho sort of tiling one Im llkrly to furj;i't. Ami yi't Hint wnt onc of tlm ri-stilts of tin' Krnknton iTiiptinti. t lu jmrt hi-iti; Tclok Ili'toiin.? hi Siimhi strain, I'onii (il In a low hours. It wnillil almost Hi'i'tn to bo 1 lie KiiriMnr oll'ort of nuturo In tlit i)iinilco-iiakiiii; line, wore It not Hint hui'.i Inmicnsi' una initios nrt found nt tlu lioltoiii of tin; eva, A quocr jilaiu for puiiilco stoiio; lmt pttmlt'i when pro-Ouri-d 1h roally heavy; It Is only the ntr iTivltlos In It Hint makes it llplit, nml ns It Hoots It lvpi'omos wnto...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 September 1896

LOVE IN THKCIKOIIS. TWO ROMANCES WHICH TERMINA1 ED ON THE TRAPEZE. How Rom Mryara rrnpiwd and Wm Ac cvptcd hr nt Annla Tha Trad Which Ortw On of thai Von nt tha llnwland Drnlhrr fnr Jannla llanliar. "Alii" "Oh!" All thn sni'rtntors of the unnt Imp fir liftt In tli rlirns tnnt lii'lil tlwlr bmitlis with ti-rrnr wlillt' tln litlip iutii lint. ji!hiikm1 fiirwnril, H'IpbspiI hi hilil anil shut thnmnh npnro, to lx wriircly cmiKlit 1" hn Arm Knip of hi mrtmr. who Iiiiiik from hi toes from iinollicr tn'm-hrrou triiMTP. Twrlvo thntisnwl liino hninlml nnd iiiiii'ty-rilit jtcrxiimrHUKlit their limit h nunlii ii tho fi'ut wn niTciiiiiliHliiil. Thn two M'limiiiliiK iM-rcnim of the III, (Hit) n biK I'irru twit nlwny holilii 111, 000 pcrmm, yon know wntrlicil tlir proprriliim" with mi nit of jM-rfiTt. non rlinliiinT, an if n Kwiiift fur llfnwasno morn m-rioim matter thuii fiKimliiiK nn rlwtrin rr. Wrll miRht thry bs ritlin, for thy wrro rrtiird cirrus pprformors. nnd tin1 peril of thn ti-iils WPr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 September 1896

VOLUME r. KKYNOIiDMVILLK, I'ENN'A., WEDNKMDAY, HKITKMUKIl 1(5, WM. NIJMBEIt 15). MnUrottd Mm frnblra. pKN NS Y LV A N I A 11 A 1 1 .HO A 1. IN EFFKtT JL'NK 1 I, l!Hl. rhllaitctptila A Krle tttillronil Division Time Table. Train Icine Hilftwooil. KAHTWAHH :(M 11 m Trnln H, dully except Hmnlny fur Hutiliui-.v, IliiriMiurir anil tnlci-iiicilliite ln tlnn. arrlvln lit I'lilliulclphln 8:31 i. in., New Viirk.Wtn. m.i Hiililtnore.tl:ii n.m.i IViiahliiiMon, ":(1n. m 1'iillmnn I'nrlor cur front VIHlainport anil iiiMcnucr cotichea from Kline to rhlliiilclphln. :! . ni. Train 8. ihtlly en-ept Sumltiy for llnrrlxhinir nml liiterini'illiiic Million, nr rlvlns nl IMilliidclnhim A. m. New Vnrk, ":: A. M. I'lllltnllll Slccllnir car from I1nrrlliiiri to I'hlhiilcliihln anil New Vork. rhllllilclplilll iiletisera eilll relnllln III lieMr iinilMurlieil until 7:im A. M. t:;t1 p. m. Train 4, iliilly fur Hinilniry. Ilnrrl bnrs mid Interineillnte station. itrrlvliiK at I'hllnilclphla. H:.v A. M.t 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. — 16 September 1896

t Times change. This year all the County fairs have X rays, bicyole races and the megaphone as pnrely agricul tural exhibit. The British authorities in India have been obliged to discontinue the bounties on dead snakes, because the natives went into the business of breeding the reptiles on a large scale in order to secure the reward. One curious result of the fall in cereals and other products is to ren der obsolete the cable codes used by shippers and speculators. Trices hare gone under the lowest figures which were thought to be possible when the codes were compiled. The development of the railroad, the bicycle, and other substitutes for the horse has brought about a peculiar condition of affairs. In North Da kota, Montana, Northern Idado, and Washington, there are one hundred and twenty-five thousand horses roam ing around the prairies, and eating , the grass that might be used profit ably in feeding cattle and sheep. The horses are practically valueless, and the owners are helpl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 September 1896

story op tub revolution Against turkey. ChrtiUnnt Have an Army of 85,000 Men and Seek Independence Great Suffering In the Island, PILLAGE, murder, massacre, starvation and general desti tution are words which rough It describe the condition! that prevail in the pretty isle of Crete. Wicked as are the wars of the Spanish in Cuba, the balmy island of the Medi terranean if even in sorer strait, for both oppressor and oppressed are there the sufferers. Revolution with no emlilance of system prevails, and privation from natural onuses is aug mented by the desuetude in things commercial and agricultural that ever 2 GRour of christian Accompanies the violent overthrow of xule. This Cretan revolution is not too I well understood by Americans. Feoplo in the United, States think that Chris tian Cretans are daily butohered by the atrocious Turks, who outnumber them largely. This is nut true. The Christian revolutionists have a pretty well organized army of about 35,000 men, while the Turkish f...

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