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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

As flood Moat f rrarrlMtnnA. "Hood morning, llelnrlrli. Wlmt calls you out at auoli nn cnrly hour?" "I'm on my way to the n pot horn ry'g; tny wlfo wns lrk nil night." "Hnvo you hnd n doctor nlrently?" "No, but 1 hnve n prrsrrlptliin Hint 1 pinked tip In thn street the oilier day, nd I'm going to give It a trlnl: hope 'twill fit her rnsc." Kllcgriidn Wai-tlcr. tnccndlnry Remark. Bhn Do yon tliltiK smokeless pow der will ever bo used In war? Ho Yes; when t accused Miss Iioil Vpy of using It tho other evenlim wo Immediately wont to wnr. Washing ton Times. Old Yellow Almanac." When Eli Wlnwler Wlloo wrote lh poem, having for title 111" same lien-1 1 n r us thin article, shu tnu'ln-d n i-linrd Hint vl. brnted In tlinu.iinn'l of hearts." For Avit'i Almuniu'. '-i'hn Old Yi-llow Alntminn" ol tho poeni, In Intiiniiinly assm-tated with Ilia (Inyo nnd deeds of a Inrito piuf of the. world's population. How Ihtkh n piirt of tin' popu lation tins ci-nornl stiitn-nt iniiy Iik IihIo ciin do Knthcm...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

P0INT3 FROM FANCIERS ON THESE INTELLIGENT BIRDS. Cftrrfal (Hiirrvptu Drrlnre Thnt thn tllrils fly by KlRlit-Tlio Pnnr Points In Horn- Ins rigi-mi Vihlih rnnclrra Conslitrr of Prltnit Iitipnrtnm. Wlmt thn jicptiHur pift is which en able tho piRnm to return to tlx lioma frnm (ireut ilistanrrs is a mutter tintm vvlili'h nuthnritlis disiiRrrn. Tlin imret Brnirnl opinion among thosn who know unylhiiift of the Blibjert is tlntt tho birds fly by sight alnrtn. Thin theory wonM srrm to ho linrtm nnt by thn fart thnt the host mill tnrwt IiIrIiIv tireil nf rneiiiR birds have frequently been Inst in tho Lnnilon fogs. Thn f:irt thnt Instinot Is tinetrinu nnd thnt tun linntitiK jiiueim not only frequently orrs, but rxhiliir at times great indecision as to tho correct cotirie for him to pursue, seems to pre clude tho Idea tlmt lie Is Knvernecl solely by Instinct. Tim theory which is most generally necepted is that tho bird is gifted with miiiirknbln rypaioiit nnd also with a memory for luiidimirks...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

JitEt r VOLUME 5. KEYN0LIMV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27. 1897. NUMBEK 37. Statlroitb dm ffoblce. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT NOVEMnER 15, 18W1. PliUnclflpliln ft Eric llnllrnart IHvlslonTlme Tnble. Train leave lirlftnmid. EAfTWAKIt l:M a m-Traln N, dully except Sunday for Bnnliury, lliirrlnlmrir anil Intermediate sta tions, nrrlvlnit at I'hlliideliililii :T.I p.m., New York.ll:! p. m. llnlilniirc,H:( p.m.i Washington, 7:13 p. ni I'lilliiiiin I'nrliir car from Vllllnnipoit unci passenger coaches f mm Kane to 1'lilladelphln. t:5H p. m. Train I), dally except Piindiiy for Iliirrlhiirir and liitonnidliite minimis, lit -riving at Philadelphia 4::l A. M. New York, :H A. M. l'ulhniin Sleeping rain from Inrrlshurg to I'lilhidclphln and New York, 'hllndelphla passengers can remain In deeper undisturbed until 7:W A. M. :8n p. m. Train 4, dally for Sunhury, Harris Inn it and Intermedial) stations, arriving at Philadelphia, 6:M A. M.I New York, V-.m A. M.on neek duya and 10.:tw A M...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

V ) Tho church-going habit it infinitely Stronger in New York City than it is in any of the Western cities. Tho Stnto of Connecticut in in Im perative noed of moro income or largely reduced expenditures, for it njinnt $,"27, 41)3.09 more thnn its in corao in 1890. Tbo Now England States liuvo bo Como, an tho returns show, tho best recruiting ground for tho Socialists. They ollcil 2,1 li votes iu Massachu setts, 1,22:1 iu Couucctiout and 558 in Ruudo Island. Tho total vote cast for presidential electors at th recent contest was 13. 900,000. Tho popular voto in 1892 was 12.110,000. In 1888 it was 11, 400,000. There was nt the recent election a fuller vote in proportion to the pnputntion than at any preceding presidential contest. According to the Revue Scicutfiqne (lerman physician hus established a sanitarium in the mountains of Car niola, Austria, for tha latest mode of treating chronio diseases by allow ing the patients to wander about out doors, in all kinds of weather, without an...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

PRINCESS TOM. tilC tll-.ST AND MOST REMARK" AHI.R WOMAX 1.1 ALASKA. fche Unlit Vp Ilr-r Wealth by Sue '' crssrut ntislnn Ventures Her llonsn I Pilled With Valuable. ' THE orvn rtalli, tlio Horfcy Monutain whito slieop, in 0!c W tho rarest of SortU Amorl- i, Onn mninnuilin, writes Profes sor, Lewis H. JtcIo in tho Oliirugo '1'imcsJIeraM. It is.so rare, that nut mo specimen of it is to bo fotiml iu n tnnsenm in tlio world. ' 'Jin fo sluop havo been descrilieil by Government teicntist tincl tinrnrnl in lionor of I'r. William li. D.ill, of tho HmiUiMUiinti Institntion, nml Irasjmontary s;:'ei menu have been brought to civiliza tion by Indians ntid Imntcrs, but n Comploto and perfect specimoti was riot soon, eavo on its nntive heigl'ts i" tho mountains of ',Alnnka, until I brought buck scvonlaea Inst full. V loft Lawrence tyinio 1 last lor Alaska, where I hoped to find the white sheep, t went from Seattle to Kitkn, nnd tlieneo to Juneau, whero I lint! tho plensnro of meeting tho mot Tomn...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

tiultcription tl.00 per year, in irftnnv. C. A. KTKfHKmoU, Krtltor anil Pnh. WEDNESDAY. JANUAHY 27, ISII7. An Independent lornl puper. ptiMUhrfl every WeduPMlnjr nt HeynoliWvHIe. Jetrei-Min To. P., d.vnted to Ihe lnteret of KeynnWUvllle, and Jefferaonrounty. ?dm-po1lttriil, wfll trent .11 with fttlrne. nnd will he especially friend ly tnwnrtU the luliorlnK rliw. Butmcrlpt Ion prlreSI.ODneryenr.ln nrivnni'.. Communle.tlon Intended for puhltc.tlnn Diunt be. mrrompnnleU by th. writer' nnmv. not for nuhllrtttlnn, but n it iftmrnntee of good fnl tli. Iiiterenlltiv new Itenmwillrlteil. Advertising rule ninrie known on pplln tlon At the office In Arnolds' HIM-k. Lennhty commiinlrntlono nnd (ihntiue of advertisement should renin thin ufltaa by Uondny noon. Address nil rommunlrfttlon. toC. A. Steph enson, Keynoldsvllle. Pa. Entered nt the postofllre nt Heynnlrisvllle, P., ..second class mull matter. Duties of Parents Toward School. Turning to ttio subject on hand, let us dwoll for a momont o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

Su6f ripffon ff.Ofl per year, acit'ane. . A. HTKPHKNflONt Editor and Pa. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1897. ftale' ,. Pnniri,F train arrive and leave Rovn- Oldavllle a follows! B. R. P. By, C.AM. IXv) Arrlvn I flenarts Train No 71, 10 M a m Train No ft, 1190 pm Allegheny Valley Railway. Eastward. . Westward. Train, - - t.Ma, m lTrala , -7.40a. m rain I, - 1J..W p. en. Train J,- - U0 p. m ralnS 8.W p. m.lTraln 10, - 7.50p.m. BtTHOI.DdTILM Mll-omCI. Mall arrive and leave the poet-offlce at ioiiowb: Arrive. Depart. tanif TUB WKKT. TOM TUU BAST. 1.19 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 111.30 p. m - - (l.2fl p. m. VWJW THI IpT. I IVI Til WT. 1.00 a. ni. - t.M p. m. 17.15 a. m. - 1.15 p. m. Am res from Hatbncl and Prescottvllle ll.aoa. m. Arrive from Panic Tueadays, Thurdays nd Rnturdny nt 3.30 p. m. . Departs fur Prescottvllle, Rathmcl, Panic t s.wp. m. Office hotirsT.OOa. m. to'.OOo. m. Money order ofHce open from 7.00n. m. to T.wp. m. Kt'giHter oince open irom i.uu a. m. tj IMn m Leal Holiday from 7.00 to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

f HE UTEST HEWS II . WORSE THAN INDIA. " Beourgts Ttatt Ravsgs Cuba a Orsater Mtn aototh tatted Stat.. . A dispatch from Havana says: Thorn ere are now 2,003 case of smallpox In Havana, AtGwinnjay, In Pinor del llio, which litis only 10,000 Inhabitants, there urn HIT case's. Vi'llow fever and malaria urn nlso' ravaging the country, nnd It may be safely, ntllrmrd that the sanitary condition nf Culm Is Mr (Creator danger to thn United States thnu the much feared bitbolild plague of India. Cuba In close to our cnnsls and thorn Is dully coin inuiiicutlun between Hid Island H nil tlio ilium Intnl. At tlio end nf March thn ilpprraslng warm weather begins lure, find lhiii discuses "'. contagious tuitiini spread twice lis fat-t ns during I'm winter. Cuba In now n focus of disease and may heeon e A eolirco o( danger tn tlio wll.iln world. 'I he smallpox vur Introduced by the 2f.. bet) soldiers (rum Spain. 'J In- Spanish "iti Inon people iir nut ii'Unly In their lirllt r. and moreover, th'-y ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

AndtrneMhevsrtlct of the people reKaritlBf Bond's Sarsaparllla. Catarrh, scrofula, rheti. tatisin. dyspepsia, nervous troublre yloldlo Inloodl S Sarsaparllla The lost In fart Hie One True Hlncx! Purltier. HMtl'a Dill rurit nnuc, Inillifn-ilon, liOOQ S 11118 bllloiii..s. sic ill. Anjr Old Tluce Would Do. , A ahort mnn with red whiskers, hambllng gilt, noil the remain of a Jaff, wandcrr-d Into the Midland lost evening and nuked for a typewriter's tudlo. lie lives la Kansas, not far from Topcka, and bad boon hpre at tending the fontbnll game. Luck, had walked on the aame aide of the street with him In the matter of beta, nnd lie wanted to stay another work. But hit wife eipecteri hlui home, ao lie wa In eaivh of a typewriter to send homo a letter to aervo aa an apology for till non-appearance. "Kansas City, this date, nlnotr-sis," be muttered to the typewriter. , "I have tliat." ' , , "My dear wife." ' "Yea." - - ' "Very Important bualiipss will re quire my presence In Ooawntomle for a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 January 1897

A FIDDLER WAITED. HE WAS FAMED AND AT DANCE MUSIC DID VERY WELL. I pan and r rolls la a Wnshant on the Ore gon Miort Mae Millionaire, end I in ml- ' gnat Attend llano, and Ksperlene. a Mould HarprlM. On St. Pntrlok's dny, 18D4, Ave ; ihrongh trainn, bound both to the east- j ward and westward of the Oregon Short Line of the Union Pecifln, were tird np it Olenns Ferry, Ida. They had been raiifzht between two nprlou washouts, nne at Porntello and the other at Indian Urwk, thrno day before, and had to wait nf (ilenns Ferry for trnrk repair ulniiK the line before they conld proceed. Uleiios Ferry ia a bleak little rnilmad and sheep herders' town tf 800 or 400 Inhabitant, situate on a inRnhrnah lilnff overlooking the unspeakably dark nd -dreary Snake river. The Ave Rtnllnd train carried 000 passenger of ai mlsoellaneonsn charao. ker ns conld be gotten together at a Irarefully selected congwaa of types. fl'here were emigrant! and millionaire; soldier on the more: dainty women in (palace c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

Wm VOLUME 5. KEYNOLDSVILLM, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1097. NlTJIUEIt 38. ttotlroab fflm Pobir. PENNSYLVANIA ItAILKOAD. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 13, 18(10. tMittiulclnlitn A Erie Ilnllrnnrt Division Time Table. Trains Wn e lirlftwoou. KAHTWAKD 11:04 a m Train 8, iliilly except Biinrliiy for Hnnbiiry, HarrlsUm-a mid Intcrtiicillntc sta tions, arriving nt I'lillnilclphln 8:2tf p. in., New York, V:2-l p. m. HiilHitmro, :() p.m. Washington, 7:lrt p. ni I'tiHman Parlor pr from WIlllnnisiHiil nml paaarngcr coaches from Klinp to I'lillnrlHplila. ' 8:W p. m. Train 8, dully except Sunday for 11iii-i-1hI)iii-2 ami ItitprmiMllutp stations, ar riving nl . lMillndplphln4::) A. l Npw York, 7:83 A. M. I'nllninn Sleeping pnni from HnrrlHhiirg to I'ltlliulclpliln una Npw Yol k. riilliMli'IphIn pnswngt'rs rim remain In sleeper nnnlstnrbeil until 7:H0 A. . :8n p. m. Trnln 4, dully for Hiinlniry, Iltirrls btirg nnd Ititermrclltite stations, arriving itt 1'hllariVlphln, :W a. m.; Npw York, VM . A.M.onwp...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

T ) Instruction la English has been added to tit oarrloulnm of the public school of Mexico. It take each year 200,000 ncroi of forost to supply crosstio for tin rail roads of tbe United State A proposition to roorgnnizo forty counties In Western Kinsas In four largo ouos is being ngitatoil in that Btnto. Icolnnd, in the North Atlnntio; tbo t do of Min, betweon England mitt Ireland; Pitcairn Inland, in tbo Bonth Paoiflo, have full woman suffrnjo. Ami now it it claimed that tbo jaw bones of civilioil peoples nro grnd nalljr becoming nttonmitcil, ehlofly owing to tbe prolonged uso of kuivos and folk". Tbo high bat nuisance in American tboatrcs is completely outdone in Japan. On paymeut of a email foe an auditor is allowed to stand tip dur ing tbo performance. Tenant farming in Great Britain is mush mors gcnoral than supposed ! many. Oit of nearly 33,000,000 acres of cultivated land in '03, nearly 28,000,000 were occupied by tonants. Not long ego the Uuitod States Government was askod t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

CUBA'S METROPOLIS. CAY AK'O HOISY HAVANA'S PIC TLKESyVK slants, Tbe Handsome Harbor ami lis De fensesThe City's Architecture Many rarkt nnd I'nfcs-Sot-ller Scon 15 very Where. HAVANA hnt long boon reck oned the eighth coinuiereinl city o( the worhl. Morro (, Castle, with its DnblRren pnng peeping oat through the yellow at ones, nnd its tall rentiuel lighthouse, stnuris guard over the narrow entrance of the harbor ; the battery of La I'll a ta on the opposite shore answering to the Morro. It is a prond nnd a strong fort, but its defense, declares the Chicago Times -Herald, is merely miittct of sentiment. With such ar mament as Havana has, an iuvitdiuo; GENERAL VIEW OF fleet could be held ont of the bay. The castle is re enforced by the long range of cannon and barracks on the city side, nnd the masssive fortress of the Cubanos crowning the hill bohiud the Morro, All these nro doaorated with the red and yellow flag of Spain. Ho many strong fortifications bhow how important the home go...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

VZlx Star tinbteriptum $1.00 per VfHr, in uilrtmrt. C. A. NTKPIIKNaON, Rdllor mid Pub. WEDNESDAY. FEHRUAUY "a."! Aulntlppnmlont loral paper, pHblMitMl every U'otlnr,liiy at Hi-ynnltNvHIt. Ji'lTcion Co. Pa., ilrri.trfl In ln?prt't of Itp-'noliNvllln nrt.FnlTrnwin."miily. Mon-pollt'i'al, will trvat II with full ni'in, nnd will iv mpuulully (i loud ly nmarii nip mimvin. miih. Bulmcrliitlcin irl,'(il.Omryeiir.ln advance. Onmmunlrattmm lnnl'c for IHiMlratlnn Blunt l aoriompnnleil njriha writer name, not for DiiltLU'iilloil. but tin a ifliarantt'e of good fill 111. Interi-Mln mw Item millrllfil. Advartltflnir rate mafle known on appllra tlon nf I lie office In Arnold' (flock. Lenjrhtr cornmiinlrfiiloiiii nnd change of Sdvertlncmenta ahoiilil reach tliU otllee by Monday noon. Aililrmn nil commtinlciilloni to 0. A. ftteph non, licynohlsvltu, I'a. Entered at tlin poalolllce at Iteynoldavlllc, Pa., an aecond clan mall matter. A man don't him; to bo nit natron omcr to Boe stura this w-. utlinr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance C. A. ITKPHKNDONi KdlleritndPnk. WEDNESDAY, FEBHUAHY 3, 181)7. etvavtltre lnl. Pamnnfnr trains arrive and leave Itcjn oldsvllle as (ollowil 21. ii. P. lly, (C. rf M. IHv) ArrWrn I Pr-parls Train No 71, 10 W m Train Nun, 12 30pm Alltyhtny VulUy liaiUray. Kastward. Westward. Train , - - s.4fl . m. Train 6,- 7 40 a.m. ?raln I, - 12 M p. m. Train t, 1 40 p. m. rain 6 (.M p. m. Train 10, - T.M p. m. nirn)i,rmii,i.a roirr-orrtca. Malla arrlre and leave the poat-offlce an followa: Arrive. IVpart. raoM tub wrst. vobthbsakt. 1.10 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 11.30 p. m - - 20 p. tn. from ma cast. roHTnawrT. 1.00 a. m. - S.00 p. m. 7.15 a. m. l.lft p. m. fl Little ot Everything. Court next week. "Beatrix Randolph." "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hydo." "Klllarney and The Rhino." Yesterday was ground hog day. Bargain tn Boys suits at Deemer's. Valentino day one week from Sunday. Prices Mow all on Robinson's shoes. "Klllarney and Tho Rhino" Fob. nth. Something now. Shoes at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

) uibt mi im ike m SHAPING UP THE TARIFF. Slnghty aad Aeecelatei Hit Mad Msrked Progress ind Expatt Qulok Aotlea. Marked progress im been mad by the Republican member of the wya and mean committee In the framing of the new tariff law. An effort will bo made lo report the lilll lo Ihn House within a Tory few days after thn meeting of the special session. Excessive foreign Importations In advance of the lucrsnso of duties Kill be checked, nit fur a posatblo, by two devices, Una will provide that goods In warehouse when the now bill takes effect shall not enjoy I lie privileges of the old duties, but become im mediately subject to the now duties. This will pom pel Importers to ralso th rrqulelt capital to tiny (luting In full, end to take possession of their Rood, Anil find suitable etorsge fur them pending their sola. The other dovleo for limiting Importation le to get the bill upon the statute hook as quickly as possible. 80 fur I hero hn Lon no mntorlnl Increase In importations In a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

VI . Ynnr hlmxt whh a course of Huml's Mirsspa r tin and li siren ami vlmmme when tin change in wuruier ecatlier comes. flood's Sarsaparilla la (lie hest In fiiel IheOneTrne ninnl I'lirlfler, yak4ft Dill. are the nnlv fills lit tnM nOOQ S 11115 w llli H.KxI'a Hhik Hrlllik THE CATARRH IIOEHY That lint Marie tr. Ilnrlitlin Fainon. Thoro are few town la tlio L'nlteil Btataa to wliluh tho fume of Pe-m-nn tins nol spread as la tinrnlling rums ly for ciitnrrh, Thoss people who hnva teoo. oured by It, of this loslillniis noil supposo lly 111 "Urablo ilso;i", spread Die glal news to their frlnu 1. It ha toea nearly forty rears glmro Porn-nit bounn to vanquish tills dreadful disease and nil through theso j-etrs Ita euro nraiiunnm bereJ. It to now no undisputed fnot that re-ra-na will euro oatnrrli, ami thousands of people nro yenrly nddlug their te-tlmony to the truth of tbli assertion. Uront Is the Joy of tbnt household, one of whoso members has been fndlng alowly before tliolr oyoa, when l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 February 1897

COMMISSIONERS' STATEMENT ior Finances of Jefferson County FOR THE YEAR 1896. Outstanding for Year. Illxlrlct. t'ollprtor. fonntr llnnd. Mate, nog. im I'orter Wll Snyder 2rt 1X1 t .15 IMl 4 M $ HO no 18114 Hull A J Hock..... 0884 8 24 10 75 4H (M 18(15 I'orter 11 A Bnydor 200 1(1 50 48 J8 0.1 50 32 Porcentnge oilrtod.. 301 HO 100 71 311 72 100 18 Percent ago off 274 51 HI 55 30 11 15107 Outstanding for 1896. niMiirt. Collector Barnott Benver Bull Big Run Ilrookville Corsica Clayvllle Clover Eldred Gaskill . Henderson Knnx McCnlmont Oliver Perry Plnecreek Porter Punxsutawnoy. . . , Roynolddvllle. . . . Ringgold Rose , Snyder Stimmorville Union Warsaw Washington C II Shawkey David Sower.... George U Hall.... J C Cochran J R Hoawloy J B Simpson Wm Phillip C 11 Corbott T L McNeil W W Bowers Isaac Piter O H Small .1 C North Daniel Elsenhart. PC Dllts Chas Wetzoll B A Snydor H Ij Young WTCox SO Faulk O.T Vasblnder. . . , J W Curry B F Osborne David McKee U W Wells , W A McConnoll.. 8 E Bre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 February 1897

f ) 1 u A 14 lie VOLUME 5. UEYNOLDSVILUS, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1897. NUMBER 39. Jitet ftaUteab tttms ffrattlf. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT NOVKMUEK 15, 1800. Philadelphia A Erlc'llnHi-ond Division Time Table. Trains loiive PrlftwixMl. KAPTWAKI) 9:04 a m Train H, dally except Runilny for Piinburr, llnrrlsbura: and liiti'imcdliite sla tterns, arrlvltiit at I'lillrKlflpliln 6: SI p. m., New Ytirk.tiSlp. m.t Hiilt Itnore. :( p.m, Washington, 7:1! p. m lnllmnn Parlor rnr from wTlllnmsniirt and passenger coaches f rom Kane lo I'hllinli-lphln. 8tW p. ni. Train 8, dally exrept Sunday for llarrlsbiirg and Intermediate stations,, nr rlvlng at I'hlliKlrlphlu 4:i A. M.i New ork, V.iO A. M. 1'iilltnnn Hleeplna; rnr from Iliirrlaniirs to Philadelphia and New York. 1'hllndeljihla passensi-.rs pun remain In sleeper undisturbed until T::u A. H. ritfl p. m. Train 4, dnlly for "iinhury, II an la burg and Inturniedlate stations, arriving at Philadelphia, 8-.M A. M.t New York, V:iH A. H...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 February 1897

Thero are mor limn 17,000 prisons iu tho Vnilud States anil nearly ns many fuuntlo nsylnm. Tbo "Lord High Executioner" n! Prussia get 837 "a head" aud travel log cxpensos, and there ia always rush fur the offlca when it in vaenut. Canada nud Auttrnliii wont to join themselves to Britain by a eable which no one vine In to nto, and representa tives are at London from tlio colonies to talk the mutter over. There is a great dearth of tcliool teacher in Russia, owing partly to the fact that educated mon are nnwil liug to exile themselves in villago fnr tray from all intellectual companion hip. The work done by twenty-live sculptors and twenty-two painter in the way of decorations for the library of Congress at Washingtou will cost the United States government more than $300,000. Even Chicago begins to hnvo its old landmarks, Tho Green Tree Inn is now sixty-three years old, nud the local Historical Society has beon ad vised to buy it and presorvo it as nn interesting rolio of antiquity. A...

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