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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

7 THE YELLOW MEfAL HOW AMD WIIKKR nuiiDI9DI9-CUVKU1CI). Curious Form In Which It l Knnnd ltlch Deposit Heattered Kvei-y-where Urent HoiiriU In In din I1I3 : Nuggets. I AM surprised nt tha stories 1 daily hear m to tbe now develop nicnts of our gold territory, 4 write Frank U. Carpenter in the Chicago Times-Herald. Old districts are being roprospocted, and judging from the result it is safe to say thnt the best of onr mining regions have not as yet hern tonched. The great mountain chain running from Alaska to Nicaragua soems to lie an almost unbroken mineral bed. (lold nml sil ver are found in tbe continuation of the chain in South America, and min ers are working to-day at intcrvnls all along the western part of our hotm phere from the Yukon Iiirur even to Patagonia. Mot of the gold which hits made the . world rich in the past has come from nuggets and from reins so large that you could see them, Tha Hood of the precious metals which is now begin ning to deluge the tarth comes from ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

-j?r Star tiHbmTiptiim $1.00 jwr wnr, in ncii-mire. V. A. ftTKI'HKNftOtt, li.lllor and I'lih. WKDXKaUAY, NOVl'TuTnt 25. 11WU. Aiitm!cH'ndpnt hrilmiM'r.pulillliMlpvpry Ue.nimluy nl Hivoltlvlllo, .I.MTvron 'n. Pa., ilivoid to Mil' tti(riiti it lti'.vimlilvHI nit .InlTi'mnn county. NoM-tolllli'til, will tri'iit. &U with fulriiPHH, utiil will hiMHpurliilly fiit'titl ly towuriN liilxit-lnir lnw. Suliwrliitlon prlrpf l.)Mi yrnr.ln mlvnncn. (Vmiimintrntlnnn Inti'mli'il for mililli'iiit"n Mint lw n niinnU'il liythn writer' rmim'. not for nulilli'iitlon, but n n Riinrnntcn of B')Ol1 fllltlt. IlllorwttlnH tiown ItCltK MlllcltPll. Atlvprtltlnir into Hindu known on Hllcn tlon nt thpoltli'P In Arnold' Hlork. I.enjrhty I'imimnnli'iiiliin nml rhnntffl of jitlvprtliM'm.'nt hIiouM rpai'li thin olltre by Monilnv noon. Aildrr nil rommnnlfiitlonn to C. A. Htruh n.oti, Knytiolilvi1ln, I'll. Entnrpil lit Hip Kwtotlli P nt UpynobNvlllP, Ta.. !ppotiil rln mull nmttpr. TIoiupU'cb wntfotm tiro to w tried...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

J m Star ubaeriptinn $1.00 per year, in advance. A. RTKPIlKNflON. Editor and Pub. .VEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1fM)6. Passenger trains arrive nnd leave Reyn dsvllle M follows: li. li. t P. liy, (C. cf- M. Dir) Arrives 1 llennrt aln No 71, 10( m Train Nofs, 12.10pm Allegheny Valley Uaihray. Knstward. Westward. rain. - - 8.4A a. m ITruIn (I, -7.40a.m. train 1, - 12..W p. m. Train 2. 140 p.m. r 1 X - ft art ,. Tm In In - ? it i. ril IWTNOI, DPVIM.lt roT-orricr. Mall arrive nnd lrave tlie nnst-onVe as ollows: Arrive. IM'pnrt. ROMTHBWrsT. ron Til it r AST. ,1A p. m. - ".no p. m.112.10 p. m - ii.snp.m. rnosi inK fast. ion tiis wkst. .00 a. m. - - 3.00 p. m.M5 a. m. - - l is p. m. Arrives from Kiillimol and Pi-osrottvtlle .HO a. m. I Arrives from Pnnle Tucsdnys, Tliunlnys net Hiitnrdiiys nt 2.:to p. m. I'opui-iH ior rivscoMvnie, ititiiiint'i, runic )no p. m. IflliMi hours 7.00 n. m. tnK.OO p. m. Money ortlor office opMi Trom 7.""n.m.to 30 p. m. Ki'itWtiT olHi-e open from 7.00 a. in. o 8.00 p. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

KEWS FROM HE WESTERN SHIES. MURDERED BY ROBBERS. fcother and Daughter Killed and th Paltry Bum of ISO Taken. Mrs. Foley, it widow, nged OS years, and her unmarried daughter, Fannie, aged 40, were found murdered In their borne near Liberty, Mo., curly Wtdncsdny morning. The murder appear to have Iwn committed (or the Hole purpose of robbery. The robber or robbers ransacked the house. Fifty dol lars, all Hint was secured, was taken from the foot of tho bed on which tho woman bail lent. William Foley, nged 25, a son and brother of the niiinlorcd women, lid visiteu a neigu bor Tuesday and returning home after mid night wn Hint to discover the dead bodies In the bedroom dressed In their night gowns and licspattored with blood. They had both been shot, the mother through the head and the daughter in the back The assassin or nssnsslns hnd fired at Mrs. Foley through one of tho front windows. The bnllpt lodged In the head of tho bed stead. Jlotll women evidently became fright ened anil ran ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

Noises la th etrs, soinoHm it ronnnx, borzlDK Hound, or snspplng like ths re port of pistol, lire ratincd bjr w.tsrrh, tht cxcnndlnuly dlanRroenblo nnd Yr-rjr common dlsense. Loss of smull or bwr In !so results from nttnrrh. Hood' Brpirllln, the (tn-nt blood purWnr, Id pMalinrly nuocrfwriil remedy , for thin dismiss, wnlch it cnros by purifying the blood. If you ftulTnr from cntnrrh, try Inlood S Sarsaparilla The brnt in fnct the One This Wood Purlll-r. UhaJI. DPI ars ths livst nftr-r dinner llOSQ S rlil Dills.rurvh.iMUi.il. Mc The flrst pnblln schools were or'ned In NH6 in Mnssaonusotts. An Important Il fTars'te. To muse It apporont to thoutaml who thins thsmselves III, that thsy aro not nfllictsd with Any disease, but that thosystsm simply nesls aleanstng. Is to brimrcnmfirt home to tholr hrarts, ss a co-live condition Is eailly enrol by ttsintf Syrnp of Vig. Manufactured by th California r'iir Syriii Cuiupauy only, and sold by all druwrists. Umb-tllfts wro Introdiii'ed Into Amnri...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 25 November 1896

REDUCING RUBBER. HOW ARTICLES OF USE ARE MADE FROM THIS VALUABLE PRODUCT. A 1ong l.lot l'rom Rnhhrr Rand to Sur glral nppllr An Interntis; Dcucrlp Man of Ilnnr tfiilba For Hyrlnirra anil Atomizers An Blade. Kulibc r is one of tho most stnpln awl awful articles in modern use. There are tnt few uses to which t ho wonderful prodnrt cannot be pnt. It can be mniUi ns plinble ns pntty or ns hnrd ns wood, and is just us adopted for oso as n hair pin ns for n golf bull or ft waterproof Jneket Few people, however, nro as fa- miliar with the process of maimfnoture en with tho product itself. The larger pnrt of our rubber goods comes from Brazil, which is the great est rubber producing country in tho world. Here, of courne, rubber workers handlo their elastic material With an ease and celerity which is a revelation to the man who has wonted the greater part of n f rrenoon trying u. mend n holo in his punctured tiro. Although the lur'vr pm t of rubber manufacturing is tloDliy machinery there is...

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 December 1896

VOLUME ft. ItKYNOLDSVIIiLK, I'KNN'A., WEDNESDAY. DEt'EMHER 2, 111. N MM HER no. Miitlat OTlms OrnliUa. pENNSYLVANIA HA1LKOAI). IN HFI'WT NOVKMIIKK lii, 1WH. riilhitlelpliln A Krle Mullmiid HlvMiin Time Tnlilo. Trains leme Hilfiwiiod. KAHTWAKII 8:04 n iii-TmiIii h, dully exeept Himilnjt fur Hiinliury, linn Wiinir nml IliteiniedlnleHlH-tlin-, iiirlvliitf nt hilliiih Ipliln M:-".l p. iii.i Nca Yolk, H:-.':i p. in. I ltiilllniiirin:il p. in. I nhlmtlnn, W p. ni rtillmtin I'nrhir rnr from MIMiiiiihI nml pnwu.nKer ennrlies from Kniifliil'lilltidelphfii. Bins p. in. I'ntlti 0. ilnllv exeept Huiiilny fcir lliirrNliitra mid liilerinedliile Rtiiiliins. nr rlvlim nl I 'lillndelpliliiliisi a. m.i Now York, T::tl A. M. riilhniiii Hleeplnu rnr from ItiirrMnirg tn I'ldlndelphlti mill Now York. Philadelphia imwiiitiTH enn remain In Rleener iiiidlRtin lull until ':' A.M. p. in.- Tm I n 4. dully fur Hiinliury. llnrrlR bun; nnd Intermedium Htmlim. nrrlvliiK nt riillndelphlll, ll:M A. M.l New Vurk, ll:...

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 December 1896

The I'nll Mall dawdle, W.W.Aslor, editor, snys Hint the United States could save Cubit ljr purchase. Tho existence of Germany's army system linn been threatened by tlio outrages committed by nfflccr tip on civilians, states Hie Now York Trib uue. Owing to tbe high prices charged by the gas companies itt England, n number of largo towns, a will ns London suburbs, like Wimbledon, have been compelled to revert to oil lighting for street lamp. The city of Mobile, A lu,, expects to , become the cheapest conl port in the world, by menm of a new transpor tation company which promises to bring (oft conl from the mines (it Tus kaloosn and Rail it at 1.25 per ton. Tbe rhilndolpbia Times tbiuhs Mint on the whole "it ii a good thing that there are boys and chestnuts every year. Tbe boys keep the chestnuts from going to waste and the chestnuts furnish the boys lot of healthy en joyment" An excelleut territory for settle ment, says a writor in the Journal of Military Service, is southeastern Al a...

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 December 1896

J ROBBING THE MINTS. Xmkkctor rnrcsTo chats Auour bojik iiiu tmikvks. fortune In tlotd Dint nml Nnnneta -TrMstcit Kmployes Who Dirt Not Unlit Temptation Soma Curious Stories. VISITED the mini at Philadelphia last week, write Frank O. Carpenter 1 n the Washington Star. It now con tain more than 820(1,0011.000, and It has 50,000,000 standard silver dol lars in a single vault. The Han Fran cisco mint has, I am told, more than 150,000,000 worth of precious metal stored away, and in the vaults of the mint at New Orleans there are now something like $20,000,000 worth of gold and silver. During my stay in onr Philadelphia treasure lion no I was shown the different methods by which Uncle Ham guards his hoard. Every atom of gold and silver is wntehed, and, although the mint has handled more than a billion and a half dollars worth of bullion since it was founded, only a small part has been lost. HI ill . the temptation to theft is great, and every now and then tbo Treasury De partment finds a...

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 December 1896

SEh -a: Star. Subscription tl.00 per vctr, iirwleuntr. 0 A. WIKPIIKIfSOW, Filllor mid Pnb. WKDNKSDAV, DKCT.MBKR 2. lsif. Anlndi'iM-nili'iil lii-il tn"T. ptihllhi'i1 t-vi-ry nadiirmliijr nt KuynnliNvlllw, .li-nvrviin Co. I'a., ilrvotort to the liitvmwtn tf Hryiuilclnvllln nn Jntrtiraiim-nittity. Non-polltlriil. will tti'tit all with f.ilrtipss, mill will ln'CKitt'olally frlt-nd-ly tnwnrtN tint laboring rlus. SutiM-rlptloii prli'$l.mpiruiir,ln lutvnnrn. ClomtmiiilrntlottA titti'mlcn for mittllrittton mtiNt be nrronipniili'd byllm wrltt'i-'M turnip, not for mtlillrnllon, but n a mtnt-nntt'ii of good fnlth. Int-rttlnp nnwii llotim nollidfiMl. Advertising riiM'n nindo known on HppJIcii ilon lit. thttofllro In Arnold' Hlork. Inifhty rotntntinlrnttotift find rhitnirn nf advprtlMtmrnta should rvnrli thin ofllcu by Mondny noon. Addrv nil rommunlrntlons to t. A. Hteph nflon, Ki)ynoldHvllli, I'u. Entered nt tint postoflli'o lit HrynoldnvHIo, Pn.. nn apronrt i-ltm mall mutter. The Ppnnsylvanln ...

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 December 1896

Mt it Star dubscriplion $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. IITKPIIKNftOXt Kdllor ami Pnb. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, MM. PrrnrcUrs' OTtttftt. Passenirar trnlim arrive nnd leave Rcyn oldnvlllu a follows: V. R. f P. Ry, (C. cf- X Div) Arrives I Depnrta Train No 71. lO.Wa m Train No 72, ISSOpm Alleyheny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward. Trnln9, - - 8.4S a. m ITrnln (I. - -7.40 a.m. Train 1, - - KM p. m. Train 2,- 1.411p.m. Trains - tM p. m.lTraln 10, - - 7.50p.m. imrnoi.puvii.i.i! poT-orricK. Malta arrlvo and leave the post-office at follows: Arrive. Depart. rnnM rns wkst. rm Tim r.AST. I. 1ft p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - K.20p.m. rnoM rnr. fast. ronrnaWKST. 8.00 a. m. - - 2.00 p. m.li.1.1 a. m. - - 1.1.1 p. m. Arrives from Katlimel and Prosconvllto II. HOa. m. Arrives from Piinli" Tuesdays, Tliurdiiya and Put urdnya at 2.30 p. m. Departs for Present l vllln, Kiilhnicl, Piuilc 8.00 p., m. Office hour 7.00 a. m. toH.no p. m. Money order office open from 7.00n.m. to 7.8(i p. m. Kiicl...

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

urEST irgm raira. NEW CHINESE DIPLOMAT. Mr. Fang a Han of High Standing and Scholarship. The Chines lawyer, Magistrate and diplo mat, Mr. Wit Fong Fung.whose appointment to the Imperial Embassy hers hn jimt been announced, la In all certainty the moat ac complished mnn personally that has so far hwn nsslgned by Ills Government to this post. Mr. Fang will not hare to depend up on an Interpreter or secretary tn his Inter course with the State Department for ho epcnka most scholnrly Fnglish. Ho Is n lienehor of Lincoln' Inn, Iondon.and ihore fore a barrister at law before the English Courts, having been almltted In 1H79. De sldia this, hn is a graduate of Cambridge and of a German university, from which he re reived n dnotornto of luw. Tho new Minister is especially strong on International law, havinH completed for his tlovernment a re markable translation ami compilation la Chinese of leading American anil European authorities, lie In from a Southern Chinese province and resided in hi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 December 1896

Get Mort for jrotir nionjr and ar neaille! penaes no it. It la true tfoaemv to bill Id np yntir system an J pruToul aluUn'-ss hy tnklii Sarsaparilla The blt I n fa''! t.tie linn Tree M'.xvl Pnrltee Unnilta U2:f ara prompt, efficient anil nODO 8 rlllS aaeylaeiloct. Meant. Women and Hcadnchr. The woman with the lirail.-iclip Is erf-attire to bo pit lot, Onnrrally alio could bolp It If lw would, or rnthrt prevent. A hrndnrhp la simply imtnrc ravengo for nomo crlmo against It. It com o usually from ovpmtlng. iimlrr eating, or Irregular pntlnc, which causes Indigestion, nnd p.iso on the atomneb rause pressure on the brain, and that onuses the very worst of head aches.. The next commonest ailment la weak eyes and necessity for glasses. Its fLeamm. From th6 harl tlmm peopla will reap ls toni of (xperlencA, learning how to net with mora cam In buslnea and how to apply remedies for the atrinveaor of siR'h times. With mors care we will hnva leas accident, and moch less Miffering if we know 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. — 2 December 1896

.WOOD WAS SCARCE. HOW THE FREIGHTERS ON THE PLAINS DID THEIR COOKING. A Gentleman Out Hunting Hml an Oppor tunity to now a plalnitman lrrarcit Mral With Furl Which He Carried With mm In Smalt Chunk It wni in tho days before tlio rail ronds rind bsim poshed out thrmiph northwest Nebraska, and supplies wore freighted into tho forts nnd trading posts In big wagons, pulled sometimes by eight or ten yoke of oxen and some, times by ono spun of great runlus. It vrns evening when we overtook tho froighter. Wo went into ramp within 100 yards of where ho stopped. It wus almost at the bond of the Klkliorn river, and the stream, whero it flowed a few rods from onr ramp, was hnrdly more than a yard wide. Tho guide had told ns at the start that we should strike country whnro wo conld And no word, and we hnd brought along a small oil tovn, with a tin oven nnd a big run of kerosene. When I hnd watered our horses and staked them out for t lie night, I wandered over to seo the freighter. Ho had an en...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 December 1896

He VOLUME 5. REYNOLDS VI LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. DECEMHEH U, 1890. NUMIIfiK 31. Xlfttlroittt (Tlmt (ruble. JENN8 Y LV A NI A UA t LKO A D. IN Ff'FKCT NOVKMIir.K l"i, 1SIMI. Philadelphia Erie Kiillniml Division Time Tnblu. Trains leave I ilft w.hhI. KAHTWAHK :04 a m Train , ilully pjn'ept fumliiy for Hunlmry, lliirrlshuiy un.l lit(rini.'.lliit sta tions. nrrlvliiK lit. I'lilliidelihla tl : '-: p.m., Mew Viirli, i. m.i Hiiltlniorp.SMio .m. SVnltlimiiti. 7: 1". i. ni I'nl limifi I'nilor cur from W llllnniMiiirt and piiHcitu;pr couches from Ktini' to riillnilclililn. :(W p. m. Train it, ilully except Hominy fur Hurrahing nml Inteinipilliup stntlon. nr rlvliiK nl I'hlliidelpliln :. A. M.i New York, 7:.'l A. M. I'll I Imitn flecplng riirB from lliirrtsliniii to I 'I i II ii 1.-1 1 il I i null New Viirk . I'hlliulcllilitn p!is!niri'r rim rpnuiln In Rli'rprr uiHlNturbcil until 7:im A. M. IlW p. in.- Train 4, ilully fur Hnnliiiry. lliurls burg nnrl Intprnit-dliitp stations, nrrlvliiK ut rhl...

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 December 1896

Mnino mil rondo ato Riving mors of the crossing-tending jobs to women. The rocont storms in Florida ore nid to lmvq completely destroyed sbont 1,000,000 acres of limtinr niut I ho monetary loss to the stnto will roach 81,00,000. .The Charleston (H. C.) Nows nnd Conrlcr notos tbn shipment of a car load of "palmetto extract" to Chicago, which it notes "in the first palmetto root extract to be used outside Florida and Georgia for making lent her. " Katnnra, tho Japanese Gnvornnr Gonnral of Formosa, intends to for bid the use of opium by nil resident Chinese under eighteen years of nr. It ia fenred that n stricter law would lead to tho emigration of nil tho wealthy Chinese merchants. Science laughs ot tho ordinary al lurements of Ion'. One of tho clever est women botuniata in tho country, the wlfo of A scientific man and collcgo professor of Now York, says that her husband fell in lovo with her nt a timu when oho was in tbn moat uiipleimniit ituge of tho disease known an ivy poisoning. ...

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 December 1896

GIANT NUTS. a NRW INDirsTKY Km AMF.m V.y tfAIOlKUS. riirec-Ouncn Chestnuts, Immense I'e cans, nml Walnuts Itlnasa llabys Fist Handsome I'rollts for the Nut Growers. Tr.R long-r-xpcclod nntlmllrtin ol tho Department of Agri cuHuro tolls about the giant i nuts of the future chcstuuts weighing three ounces npioce. pecans two nnd a bnlf indies long, nmt Kng linli walnut a big ns a baby's lint, which will be grown by American farmers before many years havo passed by. In the markots of the twentieth century inch nuts ns thcae will bo commonly found. Nuts are only just beginning tj be cultivated in earnest. Hitherto the wild crop hm been relied on wholly for the supply, nml tbnt is the reason why the nuta of to-day ore em nil nnd inferior in flavor. Printed herewith you will see pio turoa of two chestnuts. One of them ie an ordinary, everyday nut; tho other is the chestnut as it ought to be the cultivated and improved cbost nut. Doth nro of natural aizo nud copied from natural specimens. W...

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 December 1896

Mtibm?ii'f ion $1.00 )xr ytitr, in mlrnnee. 1. A. MTl:illl-:!SV. Killtnr nnd I'ul). WKDXKSDAY.'pKCKMnKK . llisfl. An Indrponitont lo-nl pnpt-r, puMMicd evrry VuUnitlay lit Kt-ynoldvllh Ji-ITtTMon t'o. Ph.. di-votrd toi ho Inton-Ma of ltrvnold-ivllli' una .iHrormiii-ountv. Non-polllli'iil. will trvut nil Hllh f:ilrn-. tmd will hr rHpt-clully friend ly toward thr- laboring rlns. ulMi'rlpllon prlrr l im r yenr. In ndvnni-p. t'ominiiiib-ntlom In1indrl for imbllriitloii miiHt be nn-onipunlod bylho wnti-r'w nnnie, not for tmbllrutlon, but nn a inmrunli-e of good ful Hi. Inti-nMtlnu nmi- Mom olW-lli-d. Advertising rnte nindo known on iipplii-u-tlon Hi tho ollb-e In Arnold"' Itlo-'k. vnuiiiy ronimnnli-inlon nnd rhimtin of A.tvertlvrm-nn -diould n-iirh Dili otitic liy Mondtiy noon. Aildnw nil i-omiminli-ntlons toC, A.fli'ph-en-on, KivnoIdvllli I'n. Entered' nt tho ixwtotllcc nt ttpynold-O'lllo, Pa., a m-i-ond rlii-n mull mntter. Out of tho Hlxty-SHvnn counties in PiMinsyl vtitiln fifty-two h...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 December 1896

it Stat Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. hTKPIIRNMON, HdUor and Pub. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 0, 1800. VrtitvtUr' VJntti. PimMpnffnF tritlna ni-rlvn nnfl lenvti ftevn- f oldav llle a follows: If. It. if '. Ily, (C. f .V. Die) Arrives Departs Train N 71, 10.10 a m Tniln No 72, KiitOpm Allegheny Valley Haihcay. Eastward. Westward. Trains, - - 6.11 ft. m ITrnln 6,- -7.40 a.m. Train 1, - - v.M p. ni. Train 3,. 1.4H p.m. Train A . p. ni.lTnilii 111, - - 7..KI p. m. Rr.rsot.nvtt.i.rt posT-orricn. MbIIs arrive and Have the pnst-onVo as follOWHi Arrive. Depart. FROM THE W KST. TOH Til C KAST. I. n p. m. - 7.l p. m.llJ.an p. m - - .5i)p.m. VIIOM THE HART, roll Tlllt KST. (.00 a. m. - - 3.00 p. m. 17.1.1 a. m. - - 1 in p. m. Arrivos fnim liatlimel anil I'rcscottvlllu II. HOa. m. Arrives from Pnnlc Tuesdays, Tlnircliiyii ami Hiitm-iluy nt 2.:ti p. m. Depart for IMrHoottvlllo, Itutlinii'l, Panic t.Oi) p. in. OnVe hour 7.00 it. m. In K.0O p. m. Money order olhve open from 7.00n.m. to 7....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 December 1896

Of CAPTURE OP GUA1MARO. An Important Vlotory Won by th Cnbin Patriot!). Details o( tho capture of th town of dual, maro, district of Camagncy, Cuba, hare been received by the Junta In New York Irom Gen. Callxto Oareln. Ho Mutes that the alogo ot tlm garrison of 203 men In the 12 mnll forts o( the town lusted 12 day. The Cubans capturod all tlm Spanish defenders, who Included one captain, two lieutenants, two sub-lieutenants, 18 snrgeants, one eur neon and 12 corporals. All tho officers were paroled, but the mm were sent to the moun tain to work on the Cuban plantation. 'I ho constitution ot the Cuban government pro vides for tho release ol these prisoners, and It vi nt at the request of the men that they were Kent to the plantation". Tho booty captured by Oon. (larela'a men was a great boon to tho patriots. It Included 600 "con tone" (a gold pieces worth t.Y:i4). and other moneys aggregating (21,000, 2(10 Mau sur rllles, ii5 rounds of ammunition, six pack mules, loaded with medicine...

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