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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

mm VOLUME 2. KKYXOL-IWVIIXK, PENX'A., AVEDNKSDAV KOVEMIlKIt 15, UVM. NUMBER 27. Dm Unparalleled SUCCESS! Of our sales for Summer of o s and Boy's Suits Men' Is due wholly to the fact that we give you one hundred cents' worth of val ue. Why does everyone say that Bells are always do ing something? Be cause we have the Goods and give you Good, New, Fresh Goods always. No old, second hand stuff on our counters u A ! We have a few more MEN'S we are selling for the sum of $7, 7.50 and $8.50, actual values $10, $12, and $14, of these Gems and at the same you will have to come at once. SCHOOL pii ) I Li y J fl o of $2. Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will soon commence be in need of new clotheB. We Durable and Stylish Cassimere, sizes 4 to 14, in all different new styles (see above cut) at the unequalled low price of 1 BELL Clothiers - Tailors REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. 1 SUITS so if you care to secure one time save $3 to $5 in cash SUITS, again and many a boy will will offer 1,000 Boys' Good...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

Only forty-three per rent, of the BTwVde land in Austre-Hungary is cnl tiveted. The nnmlier of university students compared with population is greatest in Spain anil Relginra. The latest English importation in the line of language is the expression, "Oh, I say 1" nnd it now rival "Don't yc'anow?" in popularity among tho Anglomnniacs. Remarks the Chicago Kerords A contemporary calls attention to the fact that at the present moment not one of the Central American republic is in revolt. This seems to indicate that Central America hiis run short of gunpowder. Beven thousand members of the British volunteer forces have served eontinnonsly and efficiently for periods of from twenty to thirty-three years, and it is proposed to lieatow medal or badge on them for long ser vice and good conduct. In his Year Book of the Universities of the World Doctor B. Knknla states that there are now 147 nniversities. That in Taris leads with9215sttideiits, followed by Vienna with G220 and Berlin with 5327...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

THE QUEEN'S PETS. VICTORIA' COWS, IWHiS, CATS AM) !K"1M, DKKU. t i Ttir "nnnmerahln l'linsnrrj She le rivra Krom Highland! ntlo JliT "lalesty Is mi Amu tciir Agriculturist. THE Queen of England has tiii-co favorite dogs that accompany lirr wherever sh" goes, to Hal-i- moral or to Osborne, writes Frank rope Humphrey, in the Ht. Louis ltepuldic. They are Hoy, n Mack nml Inn colli"; Spot, a fnt nml Tint n.ivt inn lai-l i- li.mif i f nl f.iT lriiir. nml Marco, n pretty HttU-koUU-ii drown I Hint.. ' j l'hu funu'lv arc r.ll dog lovers. Tie! Cnnce Consort hud his favorite dugs, j The only niemln r who seems to linve j n special fondue tor cuts in the I'riiieees of WnU'. Years i.r, when I In- family pawl thru- surntmrs nt. Aliergeldie Cn.ttli', she drought her cnti ; v ith lit r, toft, Huffy, white Persians, imt charming of pi ts. Her cuts were j n;i object of interest nt the railway i r-tut ion nt He.lliiter, where they arrived j j'A u com'ortVv.c e.ii Tim- roni.'tiin.'s wandered off tlie ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

;fic Star Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. V. A. NTKPIIKNSOW. Keillor mid Pnfe. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1803. An 1 mlr(H'!Hlt'n1 lis'iil nanvr, published iviry Wednesday nt KeytMildsvllli', .fenVrsnn t'". I'a.. devoted to Ihp Interests of Keynnldsvllln mid Jefferson county. Non-political, will treat, nil with f all-new. Hnrl will he especially friend ly towards tbe InlMirlnx class. 8ulwcrlitlon price SI., to per year, In advance. Communications intended for publication must Iw accompanied by tho writer's name, not for publication, hut fin a guarantee of Rood fiiltli. Intcrcstlna news Items solicited. Advertising rntes made known on applies Hon at flip office In Arnolds' lllock. I.criMMy communications mid clinnifo of advertisements should rench tills office liy Aloudiiy imhiii. Address nil communications to A. Steph enson, Kcynoldsvllle, la. Kntercd nt i hn postomVe nt Tlcynoldsvllle, Pn., fin second class mull matter. "It Is very foolish to jjlvo your child ren a flood advi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

THE STAR. Supplement. JEFFERSON COUNTY OFFICIAL RETURNS FOR GENERAL ELECTION HELD "NOVEMBER 7, 1893. iHSTitiem. Hiiriii'tt Itriivi.r HHI HlK Him liriiOhWiiYVlllo.. Hrnnkvlilii lyvlll Clnvtr Conlca KhhiMl-Kliit ... KIclK'll Hi'COIKl CitHklll llfiil h liaiulerHon !,,,., Mr 'iiliniint OIIVIT 1'nrry riiii'ciBi-k. . ... folk l'nilir. I'MIIKHIltHWIIfly hnimlilivllla . Hlntm.,lll ItOM HiiiiiiiiitvIUh I hliill Wun.iw Knit. . WiHiinutnii l)'r Waslilntoii -l.'r W. lipnulilHviln WIIIIKIW lUlSl. . Vlinliiw Went . Worlhvillti Youiik Niirth, 1 Voui'K Nurlh, 2 Y0411K Huulh.... i mala Trenmrer. Juilue n the H. V Prthmolnry,&e. Jtrcnrttar, Ac. rm ;iimt iMiiimrn n l I I s o ! I o g ? E n 1 ! 5 j I JF j J ! j I J j I i fti in 1 ...1 mi m 1 1 h-, 11 "i .... 14 1 fa 17 wi 71 ... 2ft n.- 7n 1 2ft, 0.1 hi :i 2" r-, 7ii 2 .-21 711 71 12. 4 ... im U'.'l .. ' 77 in 2m.... hi 71 II 1 71 12ii 71 .11 21! 1 74; nil 21 1 71 Ml 22 ... h;i v 21 1 HI ml 117' 41 Hi S 117 4n 17 41 117 21 In .. . im M 2i 4 122 ail ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

ffifie ifr Star , Subtcription $1.60 per year, n auVanrr. !. A. HTKPimNKOrt. Kdltnr and Flih. wcnut'atiiv wnvt Mni'Ti n mirt Pami'tiinr trains arrive and leave Rojrn otilsvllln R follow: Allnhrny Vallry ltnilway. Eastward. Westward. Trnln 9, - 0.44 n, ni.lTriiln , - 7-40 a. m. Trnln I, - I (HI p. ni. Train J, - 1.42 p. in. Trnln 8, It.W p. m.Trln in, - - 8.4H p. ni, Cktirjtrltl tf Mahoning littihcny. Trnln No. TO, Iimivm at T.W a. m. Train No. 71, arrives at 1MI p. tn. niYBOMWIVIM.B nwr-orrioa. Malls arrlre anil leave the pout-office an follows: Arrive. Depart, mourns west, roa tub kabt. I. Mp. m. - - T.l p. m.l3.:np. m (Unp.m. rnnM THr r aht. run tdrdickt. K.fxi a. m. - - 2.i p. rn.l7.lil a. m. - I. IS p. m. Arrives from Kathniel anil I'resoottvlllo II. :mn. m. Arrives from lanlr Tueelnys, Tlmrilnys anil Kuliirilnyn nt Wi p. ni. ' Departs for Presrottvllle, nntlimel, I'atili; 8. mi p. in. oiflro hour 7. no n. m. tuo.nop. m. Momy order olllre optn fnun 7.otln.m. to T.;m p. in. Keuls...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

The Infinite. I"0h! sea," I iwlil, "O! r"slli , I What nf IIik I If" Hint h-m w.i n 1 What doth It linlil for tlinsii who stand lAaone iiion Ihy wave-ls-nt strand fUro fur (hit voyagn lliny iilt thi land?" Thus answnrnil nm Mm glorious sea, With It inystarioii melody, "lnllnlty! Inllnlty!" "O! "," t mill, '-ll! beaiitlnii , Yi tint of tlii love Hint testa In tlu? Two forms 1 hnii fnldest fniiitu fa-n, They clasp e'en yet In fond endua What i( die liivn wn horn null Irwin?" Thus answered ill ' III i glorious sa, With Its mysterious melody, ' "tnllnltv! Inlliilty!" "O ! wv." I nil. I, '()'. i ilmnn M. Fnrthismean might iti'im iivtir l? They livnd, thny l.iv i., thy rest lit Inst i Wlmt of llin d"s:h t wlili-li tiny passed To iiili'lior nrifii from ev'iry liltst?" Thus answer" I in i h gliri im m. With ItH mvs'criOIIS lled'lilv, '-Inllelt.v! lnllnlty:" "IV sen." I slid. '!! w in lrnsi, Wlmt of thys"lf '.' t h'hiiiihI I. fn-. Tiiv trii"!(loss wn'ors .eirg mid mII Wlmt prescient, mlglilv...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

I I Oldre Time renple overlooked Ibe inijrtanre of perrae acntly hcueflclal effects and vers satisfied with transient net Ion, but now I hut It It gener tly known that Syrtipof Figs will permanent ly ettre bnhlinal constipation, well-Informed fieole will not lit) other laxative, which act tor a time, but finally Injure the sisleia. A lone. strong thumb alwav Indicate ,Teal will power nml lure of character. 'fafrllrted with eoteeyesnse lr. tsaan Thome) wn's hye-weter. Iirtiiftfietssell at J 10 par boll la. tJrent Ilritain lias J."!l irgistered pilot. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES A Running Sore On my ankle grew mint, finally spreading sver bn'h fret, a'tnsand lmn l. Hone cama til of my lorn n nil rlnper. ! lorl sleep and at'i-t Ito. 1 as in Ik-iI when I began tolaka Hood's Sarsaparilla Refore ! fliii.tied too Hrsl bottle. I could eat nil rleet- well. ! emit limed with the rnimr. ilanud now tin mii nn all healed." Mil. Maiiy SmKnoi.L'il I Htnna Hrect, I'liila dtlili:n. I. lift mity Hood) ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 November 1893

It THE MINE SOKCEKKK. MALAY FAKIR3 WHO WORK THE IG NORANT AND SUPERSTITIOUS. Thry Ar Wot So Tnlmt ns Thry Wit , fMimn Vrnm Ago CiTniminlPS ohsprviHl by thn I'awaiik In limiiitnu thn llmitn, tt t at.Uty Bpirll, of ', i ?'n"v in pni'Mi"! ' v tinfoil for their superstitious liclirl's ns to va rious mutters nITtvliiiK tlwir good or 111 lnck. Soothsayers, sorcerers, or at least loilc finders, were Itl past nes truste I to secure the satisfactory results which are now liowailnys mora reasonably hoped for on the report of the tinning expert and engineer. The latest survival of belief In the occult powers i;f the "med icine mnn" or sorcerer Is probably to be found In the Malay peninsula, which contains the most important tin work ings yet known to exist. The individ ual who thus guides his employers to fortun-, or the reverse, is known as a pawang. Until the practical termination of in dependent Malay rule throughout the major portion of the peninsula, about 10 years ago, the pawang was a r...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 November 1893

mm VOLUME 2. REYXOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY NOVEJUBER 22, 1893. NUMHEH 28. The Unparalleled SUCCESS! -Of our sales s and Men' Is due wholly to the fact that we give you one hundred cents' worth of val ue. Why does everyone pay that Bells are always do ing something ? Be cause we have the Goods and give you Good, New, Fresh Goods always. No old, second hand stuff on our counters i J . ? - i l-J l ! III We have a few more MEN'S we are selling for the sum of $7, 7.50 and $8.50, actual values $10, $12, and $14, so if you care to secure one of these Gems and at the same time save $3 to $5 in cash you will have to come at once. SCHOOL $2. I 9 u o y Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will soon commence again and many a boy will be in need of new clothes. We .will offer 1,000 Boys' Good, Durable and Stylish Cassimere, Cheviot and Jersey Suits, sizes 4 to 14, in all different new styles .(see above cut) at the unequalled low price of Two Dollars. BELL BROS., Clothiers - Tailors - and - ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 November 1893

HUNDREDS PERISH AT SEA & ENOW-LADEN HUHHICANE BwaiBS) Ships, Sweep Docks and Harms Ralls and Wires. It It estimated that 200 livet bave bran lost dnrine, (the ya!e which twent ovei the British const Sunday and Monday and in addition, the crews of several boats art still missing, gome Idea of the force of the tale can be gathered frtm the fart that two heavy railroad ensdnet were blown off the track near Inverness, blocking all traffic ortb, and necessitating tbe dispatch of two wrecking trains to clear the track, The wreckage trains hae not since bf en heard from to It is supposed that the work baa been Impeded by a fall of snow. Reports from Hnrve and Calais say the storm along the Normandy roast is the worst one experienced in the lal '0 years. Wrecks are reported fronj every point along tht coast. Innumerable small crafts have vanished from the waters along the coast. Vesselt were draxged from their moorings and sunk with all on board. More than 3uo lersona were drowned at Ca...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 November 1893

FUTURK ADMIRALS. HOW WAVAI, OFFICER AKK MAli AT AMNAPOI.. The If of Hie, IMeb on Hoard L:ilp Dally ltonlltif nr. tho United Urate Naval Academy. XX7 "HEX (print waVe all the , world fresh and gi'ecu.tue Y V host of ca mliilntcn that seek admission to the Tnited Htate Naval Academy at Ann apolis, Md., throng through the gate way, where a marine aentry stand guard ilur and niht. To those h leave through tlint (rote after an un successful bout with the entrance ex aminations, the glance bark through the gate wonii like a view of lout para dise and the sentry seems a bar be tween them And their fondest hope. To the others those who pa the en traucVcxainiuationawith flying color, the name sentry seem like A prison guard, keeping them in from the world they have 1 tt outside. The lensou of diwipline, daily, hourly discipline, in linn! to learn, and the course of daily stndv and drill seem long to look for ward to ; but once through success fully, the reward in reached and the Government g...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 November 1893

Wit -fc Star HubnrripHim $t.r0 )er vnr, in mlvonre. C. A. N-rkpilKKmON, (editor Blld PlTb". WEDNESDAY, NOVKMHEK 22. IWX An Imlc pendent local paper, published every Welni"Mliiy nt KeyiioldHVllle, JpfTerton l'o. 11., nV'nted to tlitk Interests of KrynitltlHVllle unci .Ti'tTerwmeonnty. Ntin-pnlltli'al. wtM treat all with fnlrne, kiiiI will be eipeelally friend ly towards tbe lulmrtnr; I'less. Hulwrlptliin prleefl ..Viper year.ln advance. Commmilratliin Intended for publication must lie n impantcd by t hi writer's name. not for publication, hut ax a Ruarantce or good fallli. luterctlnR newn Item miltcltcil. Advertising rate, made known on appllca tlon lit the omVe In ArnoluV lllock. Lctiubty communication nnil rhnnire if advertisement idioiilri reach thla office by Monthly noon. Addre nil communlcatloni toC. A.Btcph enmm, Kcyiioldsvlllc, I'n. Kntctvd ut tbe po-.tortlce at Rcynnldvllle, Pa., a second cIbsh ninll matter. "Don't talk too much ahnt.it trlvltt thatlovllhlM dun until yon are...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 November 1893

Subtcription ti.60 jxr yntr, in mlvanr. !. A. HTKPIIKNMON. Editor and Pub. "WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1H"3. frratxlr' mutt. a l'onmr trnlna arrive and leave Keyn "oldnvlllu til flllluHHl AlUghrny WMty Jtnihrnji. Eastward. Wmtward. Trains, - - 6.44 a. m.lTraln , - - 7 40n.nl. Trnln I, - 1.00 p. m. Trnln I, - -142 p.m. Train a. - - t),W p. m-lTrnln in, - MB p.m. UlrnrflrUl (f Mahoning Hitilwny. Trnln No. 70, leaves at. T.I0 a. in. Trnln No. 71, arrives nt 7.UA p. m. BRTKoi.rmvn.i.i rosT-orrtca. Mnlls arrive and leave Ida pout-office a follows: Arrlm. Depart. rROM THK WKKT. fllB THE f AST. I. tfi p. m. - - T.on p. m.ll an p. m - - S.tn p. m. rHOM THK FAST. FOR TnR WMT. B.ODa. m. - g.iu p. tn.7.ln a. in. - - I. In p. m. Arrives from ltutlinit'l and I'resouttvllle. II. .nn. m. Arrives fnim panic Tiirsdnys, Thtirdiiy and Hut unlays nt 2.:0 p. ni. Di'pnrta for I'roariittvllln, Knthmel, I'nnln 9.on p. ni. titflre hour 7.00 a. m. toS.no p. m. Money order otnre oM'ii from 7.00 n. m. to 7.:o 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. — 22 November 1893

We'll (Jot There ttj and II;. la apllo of tempests blowing With cotton low ot high, Anil congress "till a-going, We'll got there lijr and by I We'll gii there, Ari'l "set" there We'll i'fw to fume anil fret there, We'll pay tip every bet there We II get there by ami by ! , what's the line In grlevtn'? A song can bent a sigh ; The stormy clouds are wearta' A riilnbnw In the sky ! And we'll bit hore We ll got there, Ami settle every debt there; Won't be a house to lot thero We'll got then by anil hyl MADAME'3 STORY. A FllENl'H CANADIAN BKBTC3. "Ami what became of Marie?" f asked. "Sho married, diil alio tint? or did she, now? I remouiber there was same excitement." Madame sighed. "It is a very lung elory." "Tell mo Madame," I bogged. I Rive tho story ia her own words. I would that I could give hor accent. Iter English was almost perfect, though rather atudied and occasionally con fused na to tenaes. lint her singularly pure, clear voice and faint foreign oflcuing of each syllable mda ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 November 1893

TICKINGS OF THETELEGRAPH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. What I doing On the World Over. Important Event! Briefly Chronicled. I'rtsne unit renames. At Ft. Louie, Leon Harrison. aged 3year bill potter by occupation, we thot and Instantly killed by Mlclieal Ilnnohue, a briiklnyer. Doth men were married and Ui murder was the retult of a family quar rel. f harle Ford, the Port Hnron,Mlch..mil thief baa been sentenced to nine year hard labor. It is estimated that in two years ht Mole not lei than 200,000. llellew, one ef the three Louisville A Nashville train roers, has confessed his guilt. l)aniel Pheedy rracked a tare in Rorlion'. saliioii at Waitceilab, Mich., and secured 5,70. He escaped. Waealnalen New, The treasury dt-)artnient has served the required six months' n otiee on the l'nited Btate express companies of its Intention of ternilnntlne, the contract now In force for the transportation of public moneys. Pro posals have been Invited for new bids for doing the work. H. T. Khodes, a well k...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 November 1893

DOGS FOR USK IN AVAR HOW THEY ARE TRAINED IN A LIT TLE TOWN IN AUSTRIA. Tim liltrlllRfinc Tliy t)llny It qiniply lnrclimi H'mv They Onl imil Hun- nr Inn ViMitil(l mill l.nM srpntlng mn Enemy Vlin ! u Mllf Anny. Ruiiio Kill .. u . t '.I Vi him ".w lit tlo miirlft town f W-ls nestles In the foothills of the Austrian Alps, which hero li') in boll itiffs from the banks of the Twin. Tim forests ot tho T-ihliirhoo'l re too own to hiir'ior nw-li ii.im. lint a it ranger to(niiii it the stimiii'.T liotil of the lilt hi town inljiht usily be led to boli'.-ve tlmt tht eitizin must ! the most In'h'tatiijable hunter of the Am-tro-Iltiniriiriiin empire. From morning till night, and sometimes till lonx after dark, he may henr the echo of shots and the burking and howling of dogs ap proaching the town or dying away in the distant hills, and occasionally an wnred from far and near, as if all the sportsmen of the northern Alps had met in convention. For this is one ot the stations where Kriegshunde w...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 November 1893

VOLUME 2. REYXOLPNVILLE, PENN'A., WKOXESDAY XOM MHKK 2, 11593. NMIBEIi 29. THE UNPARLLELED SUCCESS! -Of our sales for s and Men' Is due wholly to the fact that we give you one hundred cents' worth of val ue. Why does nX ; ft everyone Bells are r 4 M 111 ing something ? Be cause we have the Goods and give you Good, New, Fresh Goods always. No old, second hand stuff on our counters I We have a few more MEN'S we are selling for the sum of $7, 7.50 and $8.50, actual values $10, $12, and $14, so if you care to secure one of these Gems and at the same time save $3 to $5 in cash you will have to come at once. SCHOOL I a efj N I 9 O O NP Reduced from $2.50 and $3.00. School will soon commence again and many a boy will be in need of new clothes. We will offer 1,000 Boys' Good, Durable and Stylish Cassimere, Cheviot and Jersey Suits, sizes 4 to 14, in all different new styles (see above cut) at the unequalled low price of Two Dollars. BR L La BROS., Clothiers - Tailors - and - Hatters. REYNOL...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 November 1893

WAS HANGED IN THE COURT. SWIFT RETRIBUTION .follow! the Commission of a Dastardly Deed at Ottumw, low. At Otlivrowi, la., Frelerkk Gnslaveson was banped by an excited mob to the at sir railing of Justice Truilt't court loom fur assaulting tbs 4 year-old daughter of Jonas 8az. On Wednesday (lustaveson was taken quietly to Justice Truitt's ofllce for arraign ment. The nes that tlie man was in I lie court spread with rapidityand inlless than 20 minutes a crowd of ierhaps LOrn) was surg ing around the stairway lending to the Court room trying to gel at the prisoner. I The mother of the little girl succeeded in petting to the top of the stairs and from tba platform in front of the court room swung rope. Then. with her aped father, she appealed to the crowd below to hang tins tavesnn. Sheriff Mclntyre and Mayor Force appealed to tbe crowd for peace and silence but in vain. I A number of men, after a great eflort, succeeded in gaining admission to the court room, which is on the second flo...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 29 November 1893

FARM AMI GARDE! TALfE OF nVR AH OTtEEM MASmK. ltyu in not considered of any prrnt value ns green manuro for flowing muter. It is worth but little more than straw would bo, tint it is better than nothing sometimes. Tho jirnotioo of green manuring is not no well adapted for poor soils os for those in bettereon ditiou. ns tho effect on tho land is in proportion to tho v.ilno of tho iTop tnrnoit under. Thus, it is better for tho preservation of fertility tlinn for restoring it when thj land has been oxh.iustod. It giws nothing to tho soil bnt what is t nken from it, except whatever may bo taken from tho at mosphere. New York Times. OOOD MII.K. Tho question is often askerl : "What constitutes good milk." Milk contain t 1-J per cent of fut and twelve per cent of solids is considered good milk. A further qunlific iticn is tlint it must bo tho product of henlthy cc.ws milked into clean vessels, and rot ex pos -d to bad odors, Tho milk from the station herd rung" from 3 to 7 per cent fut ; t...

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