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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 4 November 1896

CRIMINALS AT PLAY. THE CRUEL WAYS IN WHICH THEY "AMUSE" THEMSELVES. The Ttnt In All Thrlr (Intra I the Ability to ttrat Pain In Itnllnn ITIwn nrftrnnt Are Altrny. In lrtnnnil to lntrh 1'p the "Plnyrin." Mnrlo Gnrnrti, n rtlsnlpln of Cprn Lmuliroso, tliu Itnlinu expert iu rrimi nul anthropology, hn mailo n ppcinl itncly of tho portn tliiit crimiimH en RiiKfl In. Tho limot'Piit pmiips of child hood, In tlio cnnn of criininnlfl, nro tino turod with cruelty ntirl mmictimit ac companied by homicide. Criminnln .kip tho rope, fcot pnrt of tho Riune in to trip up tho jumper and let him fall heavily upon the atone puve mcnt. Criniidnln play leapfrog, but tho ob ject of tho panic 1 tliiit ho who make tho "back" .hall rise middeuly mid vio lently jnstaMhe frog mount nnd throw him to the irronnd. Tho criminal, piny blind mnn'i buff, bnt the man with tho bnntlaRcd eye carries a handkerchief bearing in one corner a jagged .tone, a pieco of hard, hnrpencd wood or n bit of iron. With thi wenpon he ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

A JWaf. . I I I A. A. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1896. NUMBER 27. VOLUME 5. ttallvoab Vrim frahlra. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. in effect june 14, 18ini. Philadelphia Eric Itallrond Division Time Table. Trains leave Driftwood. KAHTWAUD 9:H n m-Trnln n, dully esrept Sunday fur 8untury, llnrrlbur unit Intermediate sta tions, nrrlvln nt rhlliidrlhln 6:'.M p.m., Ni'H York, p.m.! llultlnioic.ll: p.m.! Washington, 7:IA p. m I'tiUman I'arlor rnr fnim Wllllnmsport and passenger couches from Knne to I'lilliiclidphln. S:IW p. m. Train , riullv except Sunday for llnrrlsburir anil Intermediate stations, ar riving at IMilliuli'lplilu 4::m A. M.t New York, 7:: . M. I'lillmnn Sleeping curs from Hiirrlsburg to Philadelphia and New York. 1'hllndelphln passenger can remain In sleeper undlstiirhed until T :f)0 A. M. 9:M p. m. Trnln 4, dully for Sunlniry, Harris htirg and Intermediate stations, arriving lit Philadelphia, ;IW A. M.I New York, 11:33 A. M. on week day nnd 10.:m A M. on Sun...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

cooo nws from i mm. MILLS STARTING UP. Yaatorles Starting Up and Othsra Increas ing Their Foroai. It In claimed lijr a number of mannfnetur on of Cleveland, 0.. II the election of Mo Kinley has nlrendy hnil h favorable effect tip tin their bushier. In some cnses It in ilntml Idle plnnts linvn liwn started up nml In others the number of employes hns le'cn Incrensed. The Hrlttun Itohlng Mill l.'cinpany, man ufacturers of tin pinto, whoso lmit line lnn title for oni tlnm pilot, announced thnt tlii'jr have Just closed n largo contract end will ro umn shortly with 1 .10 men. The l.nke Hhoro Foundry Company staled they hnve received orders from eiiiimlxT of 1 their customers to begin shipping on con tracts unit thnt nmny letter of luulry are coming In. J. It. Vnmliirn of the big Vnndorn Iron work, staled thnt they hnd Matted P on nine-hour time liinta-nil of live hour, on which they had been running for pome time pent, a a' result of coutrnet about to he signed. 1'he Cleveland Moiling Mil...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

J THE RETURNS. .t. McKinley anl Hobart Eccciveil a ' ' Mjcrily of Electors LARGEST VOTE .YET POLLED SOME SURPRISINGLY LARGE MA JORITIES RECORDED. jl The first report of thn result of the elno ilon corns from cities anil towns with tele graphic) communication and are not com plete, though they may lie r"ll"il upon to how the probable vote. Thn remote agrl cultural districts are Inter in Rending their report ami thla delays the count for a clay or two, thuig'i It may not materially nlier the general estimates.. The grcntest campaign In the history of the United State has at last come to a clone, and the people have expressed their wish at the ballot box. Not alnce the civil war hae them been such vital issues at etnke, anil never before was the American Voter so concerned as to the outcom of the election. The different parties bail neither spared time nor expense to educate the voter on the financial question, and after months of care ful itudy and deliberation the choice of the peopl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

Star SutiKcriiHiim $1.00 per icur, in mlrum'e. '4 A. HTKFIIKNNON, I'.ilH.ir anil Pub. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMHKH II. mil A n I iMlpppniliMtt tnritl tm inr, pit hi If h'l very WcUnpiltiy ill lttynol(NvlHi', .lort'eraim IV. !'.. rtnvoti'd In the Intiwatn of l(-ynillvllli pnil .li'lTi'i-fniii'DUMty. Nim-polltlriu, will tri-ut nil with fiilrnoff. ii ml will hn pfpcolnlly fili-nil-ly tnnai'cU tho IiiImii-Iiik nliiff. HiibfiTlptlon irlr'?l.lipi"rypnr.ln nilvnnri1. t!nmiminli'iitlun IiiIi'miIimI (nr iiulilli'iitlim nnift ho nrrmiipunK'd by tho wrftiT'f nimii', not for mihllrntlim, hut nn ft inmrnnti'H of good faith. lntiM-estltitf nnwf itiMim follfltpil. Artvprllfln rntm mucin known on Hiplli'ii tlon Ht the utllirt' In Arnolilf1 Work. J.mtirhty I'oiiinniiiti'iillotin mid rhnnirn of ailvpi'tlfi-'niAntx aliouUI rpiuh tlila nDIre hy Monday noon. Aililrcff nil rotmminli'iitlonii to O. A. ftoph enfon, ltoynoliN vlllo. Vn. Kntnrml lit tho piMtoltlcn nt- tteynolilfvllle, Ph., nf fiM'oml rliiff mull nmlt...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

777 THE REYN0LD5VILLE STAR-Supplement. Jefferson County Official Return of the Vote Cast at the General Election on Tuesday, November 3, 1896 DIHTRTCTH. I PrrMent and V. J'reiidrnl. I it j i a i TT i s s. b I f i i I J IJL lit J J tep. , 's Ha at 'Jo. ie- ikfl i ft mi Hrprrimtattve-at-ljnrfir In (ymgrrtt. inn s !Iiirll lriV 3 ts urn llnrndl til 81 I I lil 111; 18 27 I (Ill .... t I Hi-Bvcr... .. hi mil li! 7 1 81 I lm; ish a i t; 1 l 79 ha 4 lt(.l 81 l.Vi 7 I 811 84 147! 1411 111 8 811 147 HIH Hun 122 l M 1 .... 1, 117 117 ' (l ll 14 l! 1 1 117 AS 111 V ltnx'kwnvvillo MS A2i 27 1 mil laal na fll sm ta I nil si 14 I' Hrookvllle 8m IHiti H 1 12 KM IH9: 90a: 19 H 8 18 IB BR11 ltu 111..,. Clnvvlllo 2118 7 A 12 2 15H WIS. II1 w s II IS 1 1 IW7 84 71 la Dover Wl 83: II I .... 99 98! 85 BA 11 11 1... loo HA 10 1 Corsica 31) 281 8 .... ... K 1 It. It B t - BO 14 '.... I Kldrod I ! I Klmt Precinct CO 01 8 S7 87 88' 88 (1 88 BO Second Precinct 80 ,18,1 1 .... 77 77 Bs 67 li 11 77 M l! .... I ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

ft Stan Mcription $1.00 per year, in advance. A. STRPHKNAON. Rilltor and Pnb, EDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1896, I fttrrtveltre' OTulb. Ivllle follows: ' Allegheny Valley liniltray. I Eastward. Westward. ,lnS, - 0.44 a. m.lTniln 0,- -7.4011. m In I. - - 1.00 d. m. Train 2.- -1.42D. m ,tn 3 - S.S? p. m.lTrnln 10, - 7.8 p. m. RKTNOMIKVIM.C rOST-OFTICK. nil arrive and leave the pout-office as : I Arrive. Depart, m th w est. rnn th b t ast. p. tn. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m 0.20 p. m FROM TUB RAST. VOR TH WEST. , m. 1.00 p. in.l7.is a. m. - 1.15 p. m rives from Rathmrl and Prescottvllle a. m. riven from funic Tuesday. Thurdnys Hnt urdnys at 2:to p. m. imt-lft lor I'reiHTOilviiie, nninmpi, rnmc pee hour 7.00 a. m. toS.OO p. m. nev order omre onen rrom v.oon.m.to p. ni. Kelter offli-e open from 7.00 a. m. j p. m. bai Hoiinnys irom 7.'w io."u a. m. nno. vi.wu to 9.uu a. m. r.. i . dicuaw, r. .n. ft Lfttle ot Everything. lon't wait until the Iron' hot, 1 mil mane 11 not 07 munciei Jon't wait for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

Russian railways aro tlie most don geronn in tlio world. Thirty porsons im every million possengors nre Cither killed or hurt. Although thu sunny of tut: King of recce in four times gre-tter tlinn Hint etftho President of the United Stutes.it Sestid to bo smaller tlinn that of nny Ibcr Europonn monarch. Consul Du Belief, of Rhcims, Trance, any tlmt nbont 20,000 worn at homes aro shipped from England to the canning factories iu Holland very year. They aro thou sold in France ns f'mo American canned loef Queen Victoriii has beun Queen of Great Britain during thu ndministru tion of Vun Buren, Harrison, Tyier, Polk, Taylor, Fillmore, Fierce, Ru hnnan, Lincoln, Johnson, Grunt, Ilayes, G.irileld, Arthur, Harrison and Clcrelitmt. Tbo gentlemanly gnmo of golf seems to be almost ns dangerous ns footbnll. A death is reported from England in the person of a cuddy who was hit by brother currier of the clubs in the back of the hend while raising his lub before striking n bull. With a view to thu...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

Fot li worth a column of rhttnrti.. Tt hot established by the tratinnn of sanss, that Hood's Bnrsaparilla dees cure eroiuia, Mit rheum, catarrh, and other disease and afToottoM arlslug from Im F eisio or low condition of the blood. IDII urtc reeling, ere- atee a good appotltn and frlva strength every pan or tns system. Got Sarsaparilla Thebest In fiirt the One True Blood Purifier. Raod's Pills cure I.lver Ills; rax? to "i". enay inopwnie. xoc Hie Word. The Rot. Pr. James MeCosh, lntcly the president of rrluooton College, wn a man who dared nlwaya apeak a word "in aeaaon" or out of amison; for the result, be would trust the good chances of life. Before Doctor MeCoah rami to thla country Iord Dufferln frequent ly Invited him to hla mansion, Clande boy, near Dublin, where ho was mak ing Improvement upon hla estate, nod entertaining much company; but tbl waa not enough to satisfy the doctor. One dny aa tho two wero riding In the park, they loosened rein and went alowly, and the clergyma...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 11 November 1896

THE 8ARAT00A HOP. WILLIAM D. HOWELLS DESCRIBES THE GAY FUNCTION. It Was 1'framnt Knnngh For th Ynnng Dnnmrs, 1n th Chaprron Wllhrrod Away Anion MnMrrlng Mntlirra Knin. ttnns of thai VnnnR anil the Not Young. Mr. V. D. Hnwplls' nnvrlrtrn "An Opn Kynd Conspiracy," in Thn Ovu tury, contains thn following (Inscription of tlmt important social function, Saratoga hop; Klin nnil tlio evening worn equally fit ted for thn event to which they deemed rquully dedicated. Thn (laticing was to bp ont of doom on a vast planking, or platform, set np in thn heiirt of tlmt bosky rourt which tlio hotel incloses. Around this platform drooped tho slim, toll Haratogau ttee, mid over it liiuiK tho Baratogau ky, of it nocttial bine very rare in our lutitudn, with thn star faint in ltd depths, Biid by find by n whito moon that permitted itself n modest competition with thn electric, lights effulgent everywhere Thero was great crowd of people in thn portico, tho vestibule and thn inner piinczun and on tho law...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 November 1896

ft VOLUME 5. KRYNOLDHVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMItEU R 111. NUMBEK 28. MaHvonti 9Un 9Tiillr. pRNNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IX RFFKCT NOVKMIIKH 15, 1HIKI. Plilliidi'lphln A Erie Itiillmiid IIIvIhIdii Tlnm Tnlile. Train lcii c Mtlfiwood. HAHTWAIlli 8:04 a tn Triiln B, dully except Hiinihiy fut Niinbiiry, iliirrlahtirir nrnl Intermediate atn llnim. arrlvlni nt. f'hlliidi'lililii i. ni., New York, M:t p. in. ; hull Iimok-. il:il p.m.i VhIi1viiii. :I.i i. im Piilliiinii I'm lor car from UlllliiniMrt nml pnawliKcr rimchin from Kline lo I'hlliidi'lpblll. :fin p. m. Train II, ilully except Humliiy fur lliii-rlsiiiiiif nml Inli'iinedlitle hIiiIIoiih, nr rlvlim hi nillnili lphlii 4::i A. m.i New Vol k. 7::w A. M. I'llllmiiti Hli'iplnil ciira frnin llarrlhurit to Philadelphia and New York. j'llllllllrlplllll PIIHSI'IIIII'IH ciin remain In alccpcr iiiiilltiiilM'il until 7::m a. M. K:iO p. in.-Trnln 4, ilully fur Hnnlniry, llnrrla litirrnnd liitcrnicdliiie siiithma, arriving nt Philadelphia, :.' 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. — 18 November 1896

meUIOI OR VENEZUELA. AGREEMENT SIGNED. Summiry of ths Treaty Between Oret Britain tad ths Unltod States. Tho London Chronicle publishes n sum mary of the a,roement nf tint Venezuela boundary dispute between tlin I'nltcd Htnte and Orent Jlnluln. There aro four eepnru'.a heads to llm agree ment. The first head provhb- for thn ap pointment ot nil arbltrntinu tribunal to de termine) the boundary between Venezuela nil British (lulnua. Thn second head pro vided (or thn appointment of n trlliiiiinl con sisting oT two to be nominated ly the Jus lice of the Hupromo Court of the rnlU'd Hlute. two to lie nominated by tln Ilrlilsli Huprcme Court, nnd tlm II fill, a Jurist, to bo selected by thn o'hor four. Iu llio event of their failure to agree, Oscar II., King of Hwcdon nud Norway, la to select tbo llflh member. Thin Hfih mny bna Jinlgn of thn snhl court, nnd he will preside over the tribunal an it bend. The third head of the agreement direct that the trlbunnl shall investigate nil thn fact n...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 November 1896

(Daftanrlfti Is Just h snrely disease of the blood as It Scrofula. 80 ssy the bent authorities. How foolish It li, thro, to expert a cnro from tnuffa, Inhalants, eta. The sensible count Is to purify your blood by taking the best blood purifier, Hood's Bsrsnperllls. Thl( medicine hu permanently cured Catarrh In multitude of rases. It goes to the root of the trouble, which I Impure blood. Remember nlOOdl's Sarsaparilla b the best-In fact tha One True Blood Pnrifler. BAI)lla Dill ere tha only pills to take nOOQ rlllB with Hood's Sarsapartlla. The Purblo Women. "The I'tipldtvlndlnn women are often very pretty nit slrtai. and some of them mnko stately young mothers," writes Hanilln tiorland la the Ladtea' Home Journal. "They work generally In groups of throe or four, cooking, Whitewashing, weaving, or painting pottery. They seem to hare a good teal to chatter about, and their smiling facea nre very agreeable. They have moat excellent white, teeth. Their ceremonlnl dress la very picturesq...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 November 1896

SHl -fr Star Subscription $1.00 per venc, t iIriiire. . A. TKrilHMim, Kilimr mid I'nli. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEU 1H. 1)W. An Incli'pcmlonl lm-ul pniicr. tmlillslirri t'Very Wediu-sdiijr nt Hiynolil llli, .IiMTimiciii Co. I'd., (IttYOtl'll IO (111! Illll'll'KtM llf ltl'.VMC)lllsvMlo nnn .TplTorsnn count v. Nnn-imlltlnil, wllHrcut nil wit h fulrni'-w, nnil will l)i'ri'i'liilly fili'iul ly towiml thr lutorltia Huss. f ulMiTlpiLm irlc(fl.tnH-rypnr,ln mlvmii-p. Uommunlt'iitloim Inti'tnlca for milillciitlon must ho i'('OMtiiinU'il liytlio wriier'n iintm, not for iiiihllcnllon, hut nn n minrnntiT of good filltn. In1rllnn iii'Wb lU'infl roMcHimI. Adrrtllnir rntp ninth known on iippllcn lion At thttotl'.iM'ln Arnold' lllork. Intmhty 4,oiniiiutilcllon' nnd elmni nf ndvirtHtmul!t Hhoultt rtMirh this olHce by Monrlny noon. Adilre-w nil i-iimiminlrntlnm to C. A. Ptcpn enpon. Hi'VtmhUvllli'. Pn. F.ntrvil nt th MMtollli'i nt Iti'j iiolilivlllc, Pa., n RMiMuid clnvt nmll nmttor. The Swrotnry of the Intl...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 November 1896

ffifrg fr Stan Hubicription $1.00 per year, in advance. O. A. HTKPIIKKiaON.Rdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 18!W. flrmwtltra' WMtbt. Passenger train arrive and leave Reyn oldsville as follows: Ji. R. f P. Ry, (O. t M. Wr) Arrives I Pepnrts Train No 71, 10 SO a m Trnln No 74, l'J.YIpm . Allegheny Vullcy Railway. Eastward. Westward. Train , - - e.44 a. m.lTrnln , 7.40 a. m. Train 1, - - 1 (in p. m. Train 3, -1.42p.m. Traln1 8.57 p. m.Trnln 10, - - 7.52p.m. hyiioi.isvim.i poT-orrjc. Malls arrlvo nnd leave the post-office a follows: Arrive. Depart. rnoM tub wkst. ron Tim r.AKT. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.no p. m. 112.30 p. m - - l.50p.m. FROM TIIKKAST. rOR TnB W KST. 1.00 a. m. - - J.00 p. rn.l7.IS a. m. - l.lft p. m. Arrive from Hntlimel nnd Prrscoltvlllo ll.iio a. m. Arrives from fantr Tuesilnys, Thiirdnys and Saturdays at S.:t0 p.m. Departs for Prtnenttvllln, Knthmcl, I'nnlc t.on p. m. Office hours 7.00 a. m. to BOO p. m. Money order nlhco open from 7.00n. m. to 7. HO p. m. Register off...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 November 1896

V r The schools in Winnebago county. I TaM .m u. ... 1 ul ........ 11.:. au ni mil wo nniuicu wiiu uuru iuib Mmoo, At ten cents a bunhel it is much cheapor than coal. It is claimed that during tbe Inst twenty-five yenre but one person (ur every 8,600,000 oarried by the rail roads of Denmark has boon killed. While tbe death rate of the Austrian cities averages over twenty-five per thousand, the rate of thirty-three great towns in England and Wales is only 15.8. - - . , . . . j Prairie schooners bound east are the speetaoles to which Nebrasksns around Arapahoe are treated now. The people are being foroed away from the south-western country by drought. The Qneen of Italy has taken to the bicycle. This is all the more note worthy, as only a few years ago a lady of the bouse of Savoy was virtnally banished by King Humbert from the court because she was devoted to the too demooratic wheel. There are ten or twelve thousand grocers in New York City and Brook lyn, largely Germans, a hnrd-wor...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 November 1896

BICYCLE RIDING. BOMF.TIIINO AltOUT rORRKCT AND IJiCOKKKCT POSITIONS. A Doetor'e Hint Made l'lnln by Photographs Proper Adjust ment of the saddle I lie Scorcher. "J? OMMON senso more than any I thing else, says the Kow York J Timed, shonld direct the be ginner in cycling from the bad to the correct position on bis CORRECT POS1TIOS FOR W0SIF.N. wheel. He sbonld be as free from tension as possible. An uncomforta ble whoel nay do much barm. One of the commonest of faults of position among women is to have the saddle too low and too fnr buck. Dr. Robert L. Ciokinson, of Brooklyn, who bos made a special study of pos tures for women on the wheel, not long ago read a paper before the New fork Obstetrioal Sooicty on this sub ject, illustrating his remarks with pic tures taken in the life studios at 1'ratt Institute, "One has bnt to glance at ten riders of the hampered sex," said he, "to tee nine bicyclists ignorant of some of the rules of good riding, who misapply "force, waste effort, and r...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 18 November 1896

PRESENCE OP MINI). flOs AN AERONAUT 8AVED HIMSELF IN THE OPEN AIR. A Long Piece of Rope and Kent Cnlcn lntlnn rreservnl the Llfo of rrnfmnor III WindTint For This the Ri-orter Conlrtn't Tell Thin Intrreatlns; Vnrn. Wind wns his nAmc Hiram Wind, bnt ho told Tlio Ecu reporter that they called him Hi for ihort "For a long time," snid ho, with n half knavish srallo, "I didn't like the abbreviation, hnt when I vrns U8 nitd took to ballooning a a basincr it kind , of sortor deemed a if Providen.'o memit thnt I should have had that iiame and no other. Professor Hi Wind," ho add ed with pride, "in a nnme that is bonud to Hoar through the loftiest realms of pane. " "Did yon never have nn accident?" Inquired the reporter. "Several, bnt they have never been the fault of the Wind." The professor began to show signs of noenmbing to the pnmp. "Of course," he admitted hesitat ingly, "a man can't walk the earth ev ery day without bumping up agninst something out of the ordinary occasion ally, and t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1890. NUMBER 29. StitHrorth ttmi tTttblse. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT NOVKMHKIt ", lMlfl. Philadelphia F.i lo Itnllmiiil Division Time Table. Trains leave Hilftwimd. K.ASTWAKIi 9:04 a m Train s, iliilly rxeept Snn(lny for Hqnlwry, Itnrrlshiiru nncl Intermedium sta tions, nrrlvliiK nt I'hllmlelpliia p.m.. New York, ll:'.Mp. m. Hiillliniire,H:ill) p. ni. UnsliliiRti'ii, 7:l." p. m Vullmnn Pnrlnr rur from llllnmfMrl nnd passenger ronrht's from Kane to l'lilliidelpliiii. 3:3s p. m. Trnln a, dully oxrept Wiindny for HnrrlMbiira imd Intermediate stations nr rlvlng at Philadelphia 4 :! A. M.; New ork, 7:;tl A. w. Pullman Hleeplnij rnrs from Ilnrrlshiinrto Philadelphia mid New York. Philadelphia passengers euti remain In sleeper undlstuilH'd until 7::m A. M. 9:Hft p. m. Trnln 4, dully fur f iinlmry, llnrrls bnrij nnd Intermediate stations, iirrl vIiik lit Philadelphia, lS:."'-i A. M.s New York, V:M A.M. on week days nnd 10.:is ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

The railroads of the United State re capiulljtod at $11,000,000, or 103,000 per mile. For over 1,000 of population, Cali fornia ha twenty-eight criminals, Massachusetts twouty-throc.and Texas twenty-one. L - J Determined women baveJnvaded an other educational citadul. The U ni ter nity of Edinburgh bus granted thn degree of M. A. to Misses Uoddes mid MacGregor. i . j; Hereafter in California nil flues im posed for crimes against children, where tlio offender Ih prosecuted tjr n ooiely organised under tlto laws pro Tiding for such society, will Ite pnid over to such society to enable it to carry ou its hoiictlcoiit labors. A man must accept what his em ployer pays liim, ny out what othnr men charge bim, put on tlin under wear his wifo puis out for him, ent what she spreads before dim and "loop on the bed the way she makes iU Htill occasionally there is talk of a uiau be ing free and independent. In a broach of promise unit, rolatcs the Buffalo Express, nn Indiana court has decided th...

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