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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 December 1896

(Soocfl It Hood'a Rarsaparltla. bannm It cure ths serenst caps of scrolula.salt rheum.dyspsp slaand rheumatism. It you are n sufferer trj Sarsaparilla Thebi - f - i !... ii" 'thi "tnn'l PuMflT. Hood's Pills rare Iilvrr Ills) eny to la .. e.isy to operate. l!5c. A Meet id no CrazR. A man in Vlpniin hns ilrvclnpnl n mit nla for mcdlcltn of wlilrh ln mvnllow large dosra dally, nil liuiinh stinVrltiK from no Mucks, This Is a form of lu nacy not nltPRetlicr unknown. To llwklnjrton, In Euslnnd, brlonus the honor of bflna: tho lilrtliilw of tlm largput ootiMimrrof medicine the world ha ever known. Tuto wn Mr. rVinivtel Jreatip, ft rich crazier, tvlm diod In 1S17. He win In many ways eccentric, but In none k much as In nlll-lnklng, or what A chronicler of tho period dencrlbes as "a most lnordinnto cntrlng for pliy slek." The following figures niny lu nvPi til ed ns Incredible, hut there secmn to be no reason to doubt their accuracy. In the twenty-ono years, from ITWi to 1810, Mr. .Tessiip p...

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 December 1896

SlKUUVVlt DKEAMS. A MAN WHO HAD THEM ASKS FOR THEIR INTERPRETATION. Though Very 111 lie Learned Prom Vlalone That II Would Rrrnrrr inrrftme of MralM, aad the Next Imr lie Was Very "ore On ths He of Clnllli-e. ' Drrmms urn tint withnnl; nlgnl(1rnnr, especially to tliuno vho have a liinh net purpose lu life. And ns thin snliject in of liitorest to ninny I will rclnte a iprlrs of dreams in my own experience to which posflilily somo onn run give a clenrer interpretation than I. Hnvins been titken Tory ill In winter and thin being my second nttnek, nil my friend and associate physicians said I was nt death's door and it wns not possible for me to recover. H inrant bat n few hours, or day nt the most. I wild unconscious at times, but through it nil thn idea wns firmly rooted in my mind thnt "there in more life for me, and I cannot, I will not go." Thrre followed fonr day of complete darkness, and when a liKie natural sleep came it wan accompanied each night for three week by a dream of my...

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 December 1896

VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, DKCEMKEU 10. 18. NUMBER 32. The Dog nd the Telephone. Tom Reynolds, of RpynolitavUlo, vm In town thin week. Tom hns nn intolll Ront don which was nont to him from Austral in, and of which ho i very fond. Tho doff la hIbo badly infntustcd with Tom, who has a telephone in his hoimo. Tom hns taught tho dnjj to midnrstund that tho mnchlnn can tnlk hy holding the receiver to tho dogs ear. On neveral occasions when Tom hns been away ho called up his residence and had the dojj brought to tho 'phone, when he would talk tothecaninoinsuch sooth ing Inngungo as to fill the canine with delight. Ho would of course recognize his master's voice, and make all sorts of demonstrations of Joy. About two weeks ago Tom brought tho dog to Punxsutawncy, and whilo hore talked over the 'phone to his friends at home. Ho also permitted the dog to listen. From this tho dog got the idea that there were only two 'phones In exlRtance one at his homo, and the other at H...

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 December 1896

Folly one-third of the land in Great llritai a U owned by members of the House of Lords, Thcra are mora than 200,000 vol ttmee Id tha Nutlonnl Library of Men ieo, anil addition ara being mndd by Tory steamer from Now York anil Europe. The Gorman miners arc.ln tlio opin ion of tha llurlin lloichsniizigor, among tlio beat pniil in tlio world, their iuooma ranging from !i'J5 to 9.100 1T year, with girts of laud and life inaiirniico ntldud. Tha work of extending Biibstanlial aid to tha suffering thousands of Ar menia goes bravely on in tho Unitnd H tales, whilo Kiiropn ia bimy evading tha question of Christianity nud humanity versus politioal etpodienoy nd tho balance of power. St rniil's Unlversalist chnrch of (Jhioigo, oftoti called "the church of tha millionaires," hoosiiae) of it ck tremoly wealthy congregation, will Tery aooii atari an advertising cam paign. Tha object of tha advertising ia to attrnot the masses, nnd thus ex tend tha acopn of the clmreh'a work, L - -I Two-headed sn...

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 December 1896

J STYLISH SLEEVES. HRDITCRD IMMRNMON AltR lK C'KKRI) 11Y DAMK tf.ASIUOX. Put The? Must He rtosc-Flttlna. From Wrist to F.lhow l'nb onnltlo llolero Vor Young Irln . 1 THE slocvn which Mew Itself j I I out o long n ml no proton 1 1 tiottsly in enortietionll.v sup ta pressed by Damn Position to Its proper dimensions, nnd n-w, write May Mnnton, show 1 he truth of thn olil prjverb, "Modesty adorn," n. it appears in the roiluooit slate both LAMES' AND JIItUKV BLKEVER. more graceful nml ornnmontnl tbon liefore. Fashion dictates however, that the sleeves iniiHt be closo-fllting from tho wrist to above tho elbow, whore alight puff in permissible ; when the alcoves lit snugly to tlio ehouldcr they nro somewhat reliovod by volants, draperies or opnulots. Two pretty designs nro given iu tho tllustrntion. No. 1 is doveloped iu brown cnnvnn cloth with fluurcB in hynointho purple. The adjustment, oloso to the shoulders, ban n graceful drapery nliove termin ating in n (oft knot nt tho shoulder. The...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 December 1896

Snbuvriptinn $1.00 per Vfl til Hilrtfiitr. !. A. NTICPIIRINNOM, Hdltor nml IMib. WKDNKSUAY. DKcTiMl'lKIl Id. 1IS(I. An Independent locnl imppf. Mihl1shrtt every Vencmliiy nt Ki'ynultlsvtlh, .IrlTtTHitti l't. I'll.. llV(tcrt tO till' hlll'M"! nf t'VMiltllVllt Hnu.li'lTi'i'MiiKMiiiiiiy. Nuii-Millt loil, will iri'iit nil wllh falrticHM, ami will lHrnui'liilly friend ly townrdi the lulxtrlnu rlii. Hiilmerlptlnn prlrcfl.imperyeiir.lii ndvmire. llnmtminli'iillniiK Intended fur pnlilli'iilliMi nniHt Im ni'rmniintilt'il liythe wrfier'M mime, not for nnldleiit Ion, lint ii ii tnmrnntee of gtwid faith. Interesting newH Item Hollrlled. Advpiilntntr rule mnde known on applica tion lit the nnV In Arnolds' Work. I.enirhly eommiinlrtitlon nnd ehnn.e of advertisements should reach this oltli'c ly Motidnv niHn. Address hII mnimiinlrnlliimi lol A.Btrph enson, Kevnoldsvllle. I'n. Entered nt thn iMmmnii'K nt Iteynoldsvllle, Ph.. nsseronrt rlass mull mutter. A wi'll known hjm'hIhIIhI n fiir iIIh ohhi'm ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 December 1896

Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. V. A. RTBPIIRMNONi Hilltor nlld Pub. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 18!M. VtVAtttW' OTttlKS. Passenger trains nrrlve nnd leave Reyn olds vtlle Ha follows: 11. Ji. A P. Rj, (C. M. Die) Arrives I Detmrts Train No 71, 10 Warn Trnln No ,i, 12150pm Allegheny Valley liaihetnj. F.nstwnrd. Westward. Trnln 0, - - s.4.1 . m.lTroln 0,- -7.40 a.m. Trnln I, - - KM p. m. Trnln 2,- -1.40 p.m. Trnln It - - O.flO p. m.lTrnln 10, - ".flop, m. Bsrnot.usviM.K roT-orrics. Mnlls nrrlve nnd leave the post-onVe n follows: Arrive. Depart. VROM TIIH WEST. fOBTHHKAST. 1.15 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 1 12.30 p. m - - B.'.lip. m. raom Tim hast. riratniT. 1.00 n. m. - - 2.00 p. m.lMft n. m. - - 1.13 p.m. Arrives from lliithmel nnd l'rcsrouvlllc ll.HOn. m. Arrives from Pnnlo Tuesdays, Thunlnys and Siiturdiiys nt 2.:in p. m. Departs for Preseottvllle, Knthmel, Pnnlc .mi p. ni, offlro lionrs 7.00 n. m. to s.flfl p. m. Money order olllre open from 7.00n.m.to 7.30 p. m. Heglstor oltleo open ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 December 1896

TERRIBLY FATAL WRECKS 11 SEA. HUNDREDS LOST. Tha taller Disaster Won Than at First Report 1. The loss of life by the sinking oC the North Oermnn Lloyd steamship Hallor nt Corunin Hpnln, Is much greater thnn nt first bolleved. Whllo It In true thnt tha vrs',cl left Antwerp with only 210 passengers, elio embarked morn at various Spanish ports, nnd it la now estimated thnt, Including her crew of 65, the disaster will nutnbur from 400 to SOD. The Hnller was bound from Uromln to Bueuoa Ayrcs via Corunn nnl Villagurcln, nnd at the outset had MID passengers on bonril. Her crow was composed of 65 men. All on bonrd, passengers and erew, perished. Of her known passengers, 113 were llussiunn, 83 Onllrlnns, HI Hpaiilnrda nnd 1 (lurmnn, nnd moat of them wore In the steerage. The Corrdwdo rocks, on which It la be lieved thnt the Halier was lest, are situated off the northwest const of Corunn, nnd should have been given n wide, berth before tho ateamer headed enatwnrd, nnd then In a northentorly d...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 December 1896

Tbeipenseof iloetor' bill. step your blood pars, your UlKeMlun good Bad your jrstani regular l thlt niuoa by taklnf oouns ol Mood's Sarsaparilla Thbet In fart th On True nionrl Purifier. l4llafl' DIIIb sre the only pllle to t ikn nvv 9 I IM9 wnn II noil a ar.ati-trli. Nicknames Only. Half a century nno, In the rural po tlona of England, It was no iinnmmnn tiling for people to grow tip, live and dl without ever bring enlleil ty tlit-lr family nnmrs. Their nulKhhors, nutl Ten their own children, knew tlipm only by some nli'knatno. This was specially true In flailing hamlets nn the Lancashire coast. Kcuilnll Perry Touches for tho following story: Wishing to appure tho services of n boat-bulldex known to bo living in I -It tie Haw. Mr. Thomas Rlgby visited over a down of tho fishermen's cot tngra, Inqnlrlng for Mr. Rlohanl iWright, lofttlulldor. After being toll) rencntodly, with many a solemn aliaki of the heart, accompanied by gnpini grlna and Incredulous looks, "tlmt no buddy o that ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 December 1896

i SAVAGE ISLANDERS. THE MAN EATING NATIVES OF THE ISLAND OF GUADALCANAL tlnntila Mountain Trlhm Thnt Prevrnt th Explnnttlnn of Territory That th Rpan Inh Dlnrorrrvit Onr Three llnmlreft Vmn Ago Prralati-nt Mr. Woodford. A few yunr npo tho English mid tlio Germans divided tlio lionutiful group of the Solommi Island between thnniflolvn and thru looked nronnd to nee if their new nrqtiipition vm ronlly worth any thing. They decided thnt the islnnd vrero lovely to the rye and Rood ononf(h to keep, bnt thnt tlio nntivpa wrro the wildest and most ontnmnble riwrkcs they hnd ever met. It wai nil a man' life wn worth to venture among them. A Kf'ihoat or two have been kept in tho neighborhood of Into years, but these have not prnveuted tho head hunters and cnnnibiilit from lopping off a white man'i head on every convenient occa sion. The scene of tho latest native exploit is the largo island of Onndalrnnar. fev oral members of an Anstrip.n scientific expedition, while climbing the moun tain kn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 December 1896

VOLUME 5. REYNOLPSVILIjE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23, MM. NUMBEK 33. Our Educational Column. "VttU Wllllim," Ult.r. AdtlrpM nil cnmmiinlintlnnrplntlvo to thl flppiirt mt'M lo KOI I or r.clin-ntloniil loiumn earn of Til Stah. THK OLD rAHHIORKD SCHOOL MA'AM. "How drnr to my honrt Ik tlie nld-fnMiloni'd m'liiMH ma urn When ftrid nvnlltvtlnnft rrrcnt linr to vim. The wny whlrh he'd uftrn e hoy. with riilr iunim. Would mnUo the whole future look frnrfully hhio. And mill In my funry I frel my flph tlnelP! Time never run ipiHe theeniitlon dcNtroy, For when she Rot milled he nmile the hmiHo Jlnirle The old-fnKhloned iH'hoolmn'Hm 1 knew when n boy. The red-hended nehoolmn'nm, the ntroiig miiJM'ieo (M'nooimrt nm; Tho Rrtftw-eyed whixtlnm'um I knew when n uov. "If we diired crook ft Anger 'twas quickly do lii'led. And followed at onee with a punishment drend. Until all tho noyn In the whool hitlf npeeted Bho could nee Jut aa well with the buck of ner noun. There, then wan no une In our tr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 December 1896

Tbe English language is spoken by 120,000,000 person. But numbers do not nccesnrily count, for Chinese It spoken by 400,000,000. It's intol Hgcnco tbnt talks rutlicr than num bers. C!ompriiHdtiou cini now be obtained in France ly tha victims of judicial errors, TLo Versailles magistrates have recently givun a man, wrongly sent to prison for fourteen dnys,nn in demnity of $00. An eighteen-year-old cigarctto vie tim, a sixtoau-yenr-old drnnku'rd, and tiro ten-year-old robbers make a start ling record of jnvenilo depravity for one day. Degeneration is playing a very strong game in this part of the world. The great iinttruuoe companies are considering the establishment of an enormous sanitarium for the care of consumptives who develop the disease after insuring. The Argonaut speaks of it as a cold buxinuKS proposition to cure or prolong'the life of the policy holder, by which means money will bo saved to tbo compauics. Ardmore, Iudian Territory, has A unique- fire alarm. The inhabitants...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 December 1896

AT THE BARRACKS. A DAY IN TUP! MCR OF A UNITED STAThS SOLDIRIt. Visit, to an Artillery Pout from First Call lor ItrvKllle to Lights ami Tnpi Tour of Duty. KOLDIEtt In the nrmy of Undo Knm, le ho "buck" private or colonel of a regi ment, is obliged to soldier up to the hnmllo wherever ho tuny lo tatiouod. The daily routine as prao ticeil by the three tuain arms ol tho aerviae artillery, cavalry nuil in- a view op inn f)Vrr.m. fanlry ie precisely the enmo in tho ibain of ponts aroun 1 New York Har bor ns it is in Fort Yuma -or in Van couver barracks, Oregon. For each rm, ij every post, the military day is s'ssentinlly the name from reveille to taps. In one post as well as the other the soldier has to have hisears rocked for the calls of tho trumpeter, has to do his share of fatigtio duty, has to "hump" his post when on guard and has exactly the tame intervals of rest in which to "hit his bunk" the pas sive act of reclining; known in tho army vornnoular as "bunk fatigue." A Washington ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 December 1896

Ite Star SnfMiTiiioii ft.Oit per ifdr, ill mfriiiirr. A. MTFI'III-:NMII, l:1llr and I'nb. WEDNESDAY, DKC'KMHKH 2:1. liW. Antnili'iimiti'iil liK'nlimpcr, imlilWhctlpvtM-y Wedni'tMlMy nt lty iiiI Im v I H. .Ii'llii-ni I'm. I1., iltivnfi'fl to ln llltm!! of Iti'VlioliNvlMi' Mill .ltflVritwiiiiiily. Non-imllllriil. w ill Hi nt nil with fiilrm-m,, nml Kill Im- -mhm-IiiM friend ly tnwnrih thi liilHirlntf Him. HiiWrlpt Inn irlef I .( per yi-nr. In ml vn lire. C'oninimilriilluii Itili-iiilcil tor iiiiMIimiIIimi nuiMt lw ncrniinmnlril ly lh wr'trr' hiuth. nut fur imhlli nl Ion, Iml. n n Hiinriuil f rooiI fnl I ii. IiiIpmwiImk nrw l i-ni" ll,-tt-l. Alvirtllmi hum nmiln known mi niipllrn tlnn nl tlir omen In ArnoMV lllmk. I.pntflily romniiinli'iiilonK n lit rlmniro of nrlv,rtlM'nirnlM shouhl n-iirli Ihli olllm by Motiilny noon. ..... , Atlilrpwiillrninmiinlrntlomi tnC. A.HHi en'on, Ki'viioIiImvIIIi'. I'll. Knlfn-il til lh iHwIoltlrT nl KryncilclivlUi', f'n.. nn nm'nnil i'Iiiih timtl nmlti'r. "...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 December 1896

tubst-ripd'on $1.00 per year, in mlvantt. 0. A. HTKPIIBWSOW. I'.dllor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. 18118. tmttrlita' OTulb. lilarlllu tin follows: D. It. d P. liu. (C. A M. Dii ) Arrives j Departs 'ruin No 71, 10 Wit m Train No fa, ri SOptn Alleyheny Y alley Ilntlrtmi. F.jtstwnrH. Westward. ruing. . - .a a. m ITmlii . - - 7.40 n. m. Trnln I, - - It.M p. m. Train 2, - - 1.40 p. m. ruin 6 K.M p. m.lTrnln in, - T.Mip. m. KtTKOI.lWVII.I.B rosT-orrica. Malls arrive and leave the Dost-offlce as ollows: Arrive. IX'parf. mm tub wrs-r. rm tub cast. .18 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m fl.sop. m. runu TRt r at. run Till wkkt. n.ipi a, m. - - s.tpj u. m. i.m . m. - - i.m if. in. Amrpd from Hnthmel nnd I'rcmottvHle 11. win. m. Arrlvm from Fnnta Tupanayn, Tlmrdiiys Htid Htiturdnyn nt 2.W p. tn. tn a ' - Offlfo hmint t.wa. m. ton.wp. in. Mnnnv nrdcr nfltc niwn from 7.00n.m.to I WI l. Illi Ill'HInlVI Ullll U llflCll 1 1 (fill I."VI. II I t y mn tn from 12.00 to a.tfun.m. E. T. McUaw. I. M. ft ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 December 1896

11 Mil r FATAL IXPL0S10NS CREMATED ALIVE. Tht Explosion cf Piano tmp Cauie FIt Death. The explosion of piano lamp on the sec ond floor of tlm four-story residence, DM East Fifty-eighth street, New York, resulted In the lom of five Htm. The dead aret Aaron Colilsmlth, 45 years ol I. ClothlMe Goldsmith, his wife, S3 years oiu. llorthn Goldsmith, 10 years old. Harry Goldsmith, R yean old. Frank Goldsmith, 6 years old. The only other person In the honse at the time of the Urn was Mary Koan. aged 20, a domeftlo servant who saved herllle by jump Init out of the window. The family was together during the even ing, the only other member ol the house hold, n Mr. Hirsh, brother of Mrs. Goldsmith, having gone out shortly nftnr the evening meal, According to the servnut, she was on the tntrd lloor ol thn building In the net of putting Hurry and Frank, the two youngest boys, to hed, when she heard the cry of lire coming from the floor Mow, with calls to her to come down. Hho ran out of the bd. r...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 23 December 1896

'HOP' Retnrns tn the heart of the victim bound In tht chains ol rheiirosllHi lvsiM pis, scriula.C't Iut i.wlien blood is eunchixl auri pur fled Sarsaparilla TaeOnsTrne lllpo.1 PurlW, T. AlMrnTt'. 1. Dill are the be it al .er..l.un.r fte. Mammlnit-lllril'a Vmbrrlla. A writer In tlis American Sportsman trlls a rrniark.tblo story about a hum-mlng-blrd: In front of a window vhore I work- 1 laat summer was a butternut-tree. A humming bird built her nest on a limb that grew near tho window, and w had an opportunity to watch her I'lrxM'ly. In fact, we could look right Into thn nest. Onn day, when thero wns a henvj shower comma: up, wc thought wo would are If she covered her young during the rain. Well, when the first drops fell, she rame and took In het bill one of two or three lnrjre leaves growlnjt doso by, and laid this leaf oyer the nest so as completely to covet It; then she flow away. On examining the leaf, we found a hole. In It, nnd In thn side of the nest was a small stick that 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. — 23 December 1896

Toitfi to California. California linn Wn most, flttltiRly tormod the "llnly of Amurles,." All the delicious bnlin, the cloudleBS sky, and rich verdure of the Rtvat Europrnn eninstila are dnpUcntcd In this sunny hind of the Pacific. Here nature basics in the sunshine of hor own beauty; and here she lias established hor own sanl tarium, where eternal sprinff Inspires . overlnstlnjy youth. With the snow mantled peaks of the Sierra iixm the one hand, the calm Pacific with Its soft breezes upon the other, and a vontahlo paradise of flowers, fruit and plants between, man can find and needs no lovelier land. To visit such a country Is a privilege, a blessing. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company, recognizing the need of a more comfort ahlo and pleasant way of crossing the continent, Inaugurated a series of annual tours to California, running a through train of Pullman palace ears from New York to the Pacific Coast, and stopping at the principal points of Interest en route. The great popularit...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

We mtttt. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 6, 1897. NUMBER 34. VOLUME 5. tUUtoob Prim ablee. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15, 1W0. Philadelphia ft Eric Knllnmd Division Tlmo Table. Train Iwe Driftwood. EASTWARD :04 a ni-Traln ", dally excppt Punrtay for Stinhury, tlnrrlnbunt 4ml Intermediate sta tion. urrlvltiK at Philadelphia p. m., New York. :l p. m.i Baltimore, :( p.m. Washington, 7: IS p. m I'ullmnn Parlor ear from Wllllnnisnort ami passenger clinches fnini Kane to llilliHlelphln. :W p. m. Trnln d, dully except Sunday for lliirrlHlmrii and Intermediate stations, ar riving at ltlillade1pliln4::WA. M.i New York, t.Xt A. M. I'ullnmn Sleeping cam from Ilarrlsbnre to Philadelphia and New York, riilliidelphln piewnuem can remain In aleeper undisturbed until ":'M A. M. :" p. m. Train 4, dally for Hunhury. Harris burg and Intermediate stations, arriving at riilluilelphla, :M A. M.i New York, S:iU A.M. on week days nnd 10.: A M. on Sun day; Baltimore, 8:20 A. M.: W...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

l'utrooir is the Intent addition to tbo vocabulary of motor vehicles, signifying a petroleum motor carriage. Fur-bearing animals aro boenming o scarce that the feasibility of brood ing thorn Is beiiiff discussed. It is Conceded Hint Siberia would lis tlie most desirable pines for the esUblish ment of farms for this purpose. It appears to bn a common practice, bout both New York and Boston, not to have school on rainy days. No doubt the objection is that the chil dren catch cold sitting in damp clothes, explains Harper's Weekly. A schoolmaster in Cleveland, Ohio, offered prize of one dollar to the pupil who produced the best aphor ism. Here is the wine advice that won the prize: "If you have n good tem per, hang on to it) and if you bare a bad one, don't lose it." The Charleston News and Courier calls for the proteotion and perseva tion of tbo forests in North and South Caroline. If aotion is not speedily taken, it says, the streams will dry up and the indnstrial and agricultural in ...

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