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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 January 1890

I INAUGURATION. 1 Anvarnor of Ohio. W)rl(hsin(ling the unsettled condition 'M vethrr thoufnls of visitors were In ' taibu to wituesa tbe Inaugural ceremon- in o'clock Monday morning Oovernor- LtfanH'lH'll WM escorted to the Neil by l1 ... . - II.. o 1 - 1 If atCOIN,uil00 ul w eeuniw iiu allow. fiiiprntninnifHt bv Mr. u v i - ..Ml, vbo is still rick at her home in -nilioii. AtlHOSlr. Ciimpbell was es- Ij ((, Hie Maio JioiiKf, nun ni inmn me 2 ... , . .,.. ,1... ,.. ir I ..... y Qa luilli. iYllur mi uiu v im:i iupuee ' - r'.,,,,., n.l..iiii;ti.M.1 ili .ml h. L.'ffii-e lr' t'nmi'buil. -'i stand rtfrti' UKVeriiur, uuti-nicu ticti, ui;n 'thr fttprt'ina Court, Ktnte ollioer and Stute LW, the General Assembly, Mayor pliiiy Council, clergy and the press.,, HIS IAI.Ul. KAIj Al'IOlUM,. Got. rampcll ' address was comparative. kriof and touched tiKn a number of sub- jnf Clnle an I local interest. Ho reeoni . .i ... I. .....a piiln Im mliirnl It, nil flm Slfi-lSI"'" ii. - it M fiwuhly M P"!W"J',...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 January 1890

Jliwri.. - t-n "ii(Httb time I here half kM rV-e.m" Vr I Bw.l havanaM WOLFF 1 icm SI. AC A vak no is vrmir laucer lhaa bafure and iroalwn.- Lrmh. ludtUu. WoKTsflBMEBIacklng It it Jllnrl imj f,ir Mm, Wumm and (W.lrrn. Thr lurm.sT itLACK rni.isn. Milking f.-n'li'rViitTr(fif antl luruble. A'.i yjrim.'i. .1 S!,in' suit a Wttk. (hn lir mi'hri! v ith vntrr, im 01 Oilcloth. Tht Vi ! V(. M;;r JIarnftt, So! ! It Pti"' Stona, Or-irera. Drafjpete, Mid v t '. I'TTi anQiTallV. WCLFf & rHCCLPa. PHIUDELPHU. crn;:-;! emu UUVaIU iiiiJ or COD LIVER OIL"" MYPOPHOSP MITES. It i vsrtl and endorsed by I'hy filclawt ficause it in the bent. ItiaPahteUo &s2ilk. It is three tines as efficacious &s plain Cod Liver Cil. It i3 far rtpcricr ta all ether to calico1 Irsa.cicns. It is a porfsct Zmlcica, does net separate cr change. It is vr:na;:fd as a 2:sh producer. It i: the toil remedy for Coccncp tier, l-crsta'a, Bronchitis, Wast ing Z:.ciu:k, Chronic Ceugh and Ccli:. Sold bit till Jrt'rri;t.-t . SC...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

Maw iiwMv, "A, CommiMlontn i i 1 1 VOL. 27. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JANUARY 23, 1890. NO .4 ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST peibert'B gallery is cloned til return in February. 15, Guntzborgor pays tho highest price for nil kinds of furH in rush or Jlr. Laura Smith ami her son C. R Smith of Caibondalo, tiro hero on I riitit. Menno Winey of Richfield has a Bible that in 3.77 yearn old ami trant to nell it. "La-Orippe" of Bcavcrtown did notnign his namo and hence we cannot publish communication. All goods Hohl at five per cent htJov first cost at It. Gunt7.berger's, the clothier, Middleburgh, Pa. H. Opponheimer payH the highest prices for all kind of fur Hiich an muskriits, racoons, skunks, foxs, miukM, &c. Jlr. Sylvester Woomer left on Tuesday morning, accompanied by bin wife for their home near Fre mont, Nebraska.'- Union county has had one death rauswd by "La Grippe." Mr. Henry Hoytr of Lewisburg iH the victim. He died of pneumonia superin ,Wed by the "Grippe." Cliiules Hendricks,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

... J I il I) t( tl u V in T ti he vc ti BUSINESS. rnEsiNr condition op trade. The Cold Weather Ha Improved the Tone of the Market. R. (J. Pun itCo.'s U'trkhj Iti-rirw nf Trnri ays: Imixirtant improvement In business Is noted wherever the recent change of colder weather hue been felt. Elsewhere. Unseasonable Weather is still tho chief complaint, hut everywhere interruption of business and manufacturing by tho prevailing sicklies is observe! and many factories have 1 n forced to close be cause so many of tdicireinploycs were unable to work. At or one two Fastcm piint this Interruption npears to be passing away, but it is still wi lipre.i l aii'l serious. To nearly II kinds of t rude iCmeans not on!y ilelav in production or dealings, but soma shrinkage In the ability of great numbers to purchase products, lint iu s ite of this the volume of trade is large, The clearing of batiks Inst week were not wily the Irr-t mi record, for that pnrt of year; but showi-l an inere.t-e over last year...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

jOBAL EARTHQUAKES. BB1NOINO . SALVATION, grrmoaby tnaKaT, T Witt ) Talmage. 'n,Urrf on th Lord Jnm Chrixt. Jj Mi ;u '"" "rl." Act xvi., 81. Tvpn now; they wete worn in the n- im.n. I imnaine. to-day. we are " tin in the Phillppian dungeon. Do you '"V!i the rhill? I" you not hear the groan :.h m- incarcerated once wno Tor ten years wen the fuulight, and the deep sigh ITmourn over' their wanted estates? Listen It is the cough of consumptive, or "emirffle ot one in nightmare of a (treat . You listen again, ami hear a culprit, ..h'sir. rattling a he roll over in hi l and you y "Hod pity the pri. u..t there in another sound in that t i a aong of Joy and gladnee. ,Mi!nilirough the corrldort of the prison, i n nil the dark ward the whisper is JVlVhat'a that Whaf. that!" It U "L m of I'aul and Hllae. They can They h'Ve lieen whipped, ver Lilr hi 'led. The lot K abc on the r 1?; Irf bleedm r yet. They lie flat on the HkliP'Un . their feet fast iu wooden m-k-IT, ml"' course ,h'T rnnot rieep. ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

Published every Tlmrmluy. T- H. BARTER Edibrind Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, January 23, 18!0. The Gubernatorial Contest. At thin stiitfe of the puno tlio con test for tin nomination for Governor henna to lie between Delaniiittr and IItiHtinH, with Dcliiinntcr in the had. Tiny are loth young men comparatively, mid pleasant, n;ree- aMe, nll( jrentlenien. Pelainater, however, in in the lead, one reason beihtfthat HastinM belong to the same eounty ami town ns (len. Heaver, the present incumbent ; in his partner in private business, and is his adjutant general oflieially. It is hardly prohitblo that the rest of the state will take kindly to giving that locality two governors in huo- ceosiou ; there is every probability that it will he considered the part of wisdom for (icn. Hastings to re consider his present intention to In1 a candid. ite fur the nomination, ami hide his time for great honor which is sine to come in the near future. A Card. riiiK.Mi Humn. I have r...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

it i 0 I fciefFuallausa Barick. ,vtit Keiisal Hardeh. It'll hob i.ri.li c'lnocht sitlilcr oh ich ,1,r leilslit breef g shrivva hob, Lib en g'liot tier 'VicWr" hwore jror hnltTH grunk. Eh ,friuieh coonia nut Ireera, uns ieh g'wist hob sin do kohla nitre tier luickel nuflVsproon- a ob-tfn iuunipeil (in tlor liols rt, K "xt 'lov ftwfonsu iv!i uu es hut with rum ga ,rt ok (! jarkct-kiH'pp ob g'lloga I(h bin i"H hctl uu ho lit-n ,L,-,1 fur tier tlucter. Aro in ii hut iuv pulso g'fecleil, inifh .ratzuim go-gookcil, inert) tswa 'nilf.ilin cevvn uu iniclt tswa -.ler iM-eliargcil. Ovver ich bin be hM-r warn, uu gli iH tlo nocli t om hurrick nows os tier IJoona .'.wure grunk, uu tlo leit sin li :aa, jail r tihlo f mw hut an lioml- a-irriilcr g hot oh es uesht ding !,Twi'Mt" ni hut Hullii. Oli hen . , beil uinringt ts'liot un nwfonga jiiTciluctera. 'Do Sam Shenkel ,rn but g'sawkeil on "besht :iu tier wehl" far tier giekso.' i luare-reiblit'li lift tin feese. An rr but g'sawkeil liaso uil'a-tlo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

0 ' f tt ti i f" ui T t-i he VC ii THE MlDDLEimKGII POST. T. H. IIAHTF.lt, Editob ajid Pro'h. MWDLKIifHf. I'A ., .M.V. I MO. A London journalist i proving himself l wise father, lie is fluc:tt itif his son to lir a cook, ns lie finds that tlir culinary nrt ny.i better tlmn tin; learned pri.fes siotls. In 1S;J what is no.v known us "in. AlienA" was known then as, Tyler' grip." Tyler wa Pr"ldciit of the Vnitcd Static, atid jiiil nftc r he vi'toeil tin- "It.itid States l.nik bill" this, t i'lrrnic swept over tlie country inn' was called ''Tyler' grip." The total eclipse of the Kill! rcccnt!j das observed by the I nitcd States sci entitle expedition ut St, Paul ill! Luanda, west coast of Africa. Seventy pictures weri' taken before tu l forty after totality. The sky was clear during th" tirt part f t!ie cclipe, hut aft'rw anl i bcur d. The observ.it ions were considered to lf f l l Iv successful. THE OREATER OR!Ef The rr(itp ifrlnf U still to know That though the newer sunrisn burn The s...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

CONQRESSIOXAL. BIN ATE AND HOUSB. immt the blllf repoitd to tha Fennhs tv-rly n'" ''ce1 ha catemlar was 1,'t.) Increase the avprojiriat'on fur puhlio .ditig and ' t Milwaukee, to .'.lJO,- 'rf further routine business the Honnte ,,, he bill inir.xJiirKt by Mr. Hutler, ""iweml'cr 1 "I'roviilliw Tor the Knimi , , n nf Persons of Color from tue ssoullis 1r' 'ilutier proceeded toaiUlress the Sennit. Thft l tnnnh criticism amonR tha ChL '.neiple over Inn proceeding In the Zjo Tli'irlay awning in reference to the J.'":,-, .,ir proposition. rhis tkn mild Lm"(Lr;iiii"t the ruling of Shaker Keeil, rv"....rv iir inoiini-el ni.iint the clerk in . ... ..f'tlie count. They alleco tliere was atvmi't to chanire the result. Th liht r,i,P,l when tho Home met Kridnjr. T,, routine business, Mr. McKmley calUM V million to reooiisiilar the vote by V-htlio House Thursday refused to sub , L the resolution reMr'ted ly tho I'oin- D.ilMlii miiiifulml hv th ailot. Iter nil im'-- - ; " - v --: .e I'ntifiufi rfH...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 January 1890

7T' I' il l( u tl i K in T CI hi' V( ii '.'.;", Fcoikh Men. r i CM j TAKE A WOMAN'S ADVICE. ThH Iff mirth nonm. firm hi iht wkn that I tir.rn Im! f-i hiI.i my ha.rt, mhI jr. t I liml hard m.rk rt'tttnr mvb i.-.I -Mid tnglvf tjnh.110.1l Idarklrfl i.r-'i nrl "tui tF inMf i:rVjiajthoitj block luK tub if on hit nautn,andmltt WoIirsAQMEBIacking A Mrn!fioinl prep tM.irk Pnlfoh hlch IapU on M-u Imtrtu ft w l,rtn'!"nVtuu:jin month WHLFF & nANDOlPH. niiiDani;. pif7 ti I h u Mm i scon's EMULS1CN CURES C0ITEUIIPTI03 &0E:i?7LA I COLDS i WastinffDi8onso3 Wondorful Flesh Proclucor Many linvo gained ono pound per day lv its uso. Scott's tmulsioii is not a so crot romoilv. It contriiiis the titiiii ulatin; iroK'iti'H of the llvixii'lios'ihitos ami pure No:1- wegian u,' j.ivcr un, '.ho jo increased. It is u.-il Biennis ail ovrr tJie -.-. : t . !. PALATADLE AO Soltl I'ltilt 1 trit tf t !;,., EOOTT & .VVN'S. ' !.ft,'.;..t. II. ai.'t'ly I.J- CARTER'S If IVER CURE Pick Tf-mlm-lieanil rHIen a...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

I f VOL. 27. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., FEBRUARY 13, 1890.- N0.7 ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Pcibt-rt's gallery in closed until !.... ill Vl'llVlllll-V. If. JlisH Amiio Fisher of Salem, in visiting in town. iWt fail to hco W. H. Felix' huge l,lii Sale t.ill. It will pay you. nr .1 Y. Shiudol and wife are vis- itiiiR Shnniokin friends. l reduction of 20 per cent on rub ber boot it Oarnmn's. Jensen Carrie and Bertie Witten vor f Buckiiull Seminary, were mvor home over Sunday. t(,st A dollar bill by not pur " . . i i . rising my slioes m .tiiimiiii . U.r.-ll Barber, wife and little pill of Miftlinburp, were tho kwhU of Pr. Biubrr'H lust week R. OuntzlHTRPr pay the lushest pni-e ir n khki Imio. W II YouiiLrnian, of Millheini, formerly of this county, is reported very neriously ill. a C (fiitelius will sell all his wiutcr clothing at cost for the next 3,1 days jjrent barpiins. Von will find everything in the Furniture lino at Felix' Largo l'lib lie Siile. All new (food. AH Goods represent...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

1 bL. 27. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., TA.( FEBRUARY 13, 181)0. NO. J k3 of LOCAL INTEREST ibert's gallery is closed until turn iu February, tf. U Annie Fisher of Salem, in ng in town. l, t fuil to sco W. II. Felix largo Sale bill. It will pay you. J Y. Shiudel iiiul wife are vis- Slianiokin friends. t t till ...... ......4 .... WlUPUOIl I l' 1 ll'iil I'll iuu- L.ts at Garnian's. Leu Carrie and Bertio Witton- of Duckntll Seminary, were over Snuiliiy. 1TA dollar bill by not pur ij my shoes at Garnian's. kril Barber, wife aud little girl l. ........ ii... ....... i.. .t llUlinOUIKt "CltJ " ji;iivnin ui liirbor'a last week. I Guntzberger payH the highest I for nil kinds of furs m cash or H. Youngman, of Millhcitn, Irly of this county, in reported liriouslym. C. Gutelius will sell nil his lr clothing at cost for the next U great bargains. will find everything in the Iture line at Felix' Largo Tab le. All new (no1$. Goods represented on Felix Sale bill are A'c" OtuxU, and i sold without rese...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

I- ll l( t u tl i K' 111 T ii hC vc li MINK HORROR. THE DEAD FILED IN HEAPS. OverThrt-e Hundred Miners Penned ta Flaming Caverns. LATE NEWS BRIEF An explosion oceurreel In colliery at Alv rsychsn, in Monmouthshire, ton niilea northwest of Newport. Over Mi miners were imprisoned, mid for several hours no communication could be hud with them. An opening was finally effected, and at noon of them had been rescued. A tiumher of those taken out were severely Injured. He, cuing purlin nre still searching for those re maining in the mine. The cau.ic of the explosion was the flood Inn of pits adjacent to thut in which Uie ex plosion occurred. Tty tlio ll. Hiding of these pits gas was dislodged and forced into the pit where work was in progress, and there it was ignited and explodes!. There must have been a (Vent qiiuuity of gas, ns the ex llosioii had trcmen Ions fore. It was hoard at a ilistuin u of mile. All the gearing in the shaft was thrown into the air as if from the mouth of a volcano...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

MINE HORROR. THE DEAD FILED IN HEAPS. Over Three Ilundred Miners Fanned tn Flaming Caverns. An explosion occurred In a colliery at Ab rsychsn, tn Monmouthshire, ton miles northwest of Newport. Over !XM miners mere imprisoned, mul for several hours no communication could le lnnl with them. An opening ku finally effected, nn at noon 3IJ of them lift"! Iwn rescued. A nuniher of those taken out were severely injured. Res cuing parties nre stilt searching for those re maining In the mine. The cause of the explosion u the flood ing of pits adjacent to that in which Uie ex plosion occurred. Ily the Hooding of these ilts gas was d s1'm1h' I and forced into the 1'lt where work wa in progress, and there it wan Ignited and exploded. There must linve been n groat quuuity of gas, ns the ex iosioii had treiiirii l'iui fore.-. It wm heard nt a tlictiiin'o of a mile. All the gearing in the shaft was thrown into the air a if from the mouth of a volcano, nnl simultaneously a bright vol mo of Hume idi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

IMAGE'S sermon. ST THS SCARLET CORD. fotion Teuini tJj -n uoun on me Wall at Jerloho. inif fa vnuna mm thnt itrt in. inl hroitnht out Hnhah. nnii T,.ikfr nnH hrr mother, ami hrr brrth- ,1 flrtiniMwiiu "HiTMim ww given to 1 ,.... w. 1.1. II . I:. lnrn frn.il th.t ffiilw tinl I .-,nil Htlil all Inn.lli.. r. th .mice nil III stage Ix-hind tha P1 . nil 1 T-l. . i .-hrr. ws niit. 'I" mip I'lifT.ll.g n vmn r ..HMt He thn Tie That Hindu'' and nd iirim. uo is-unii proacn- TalmaLre told liiii ttthti.t r. irlil to reach home, and simnklnB: of LHme"h hioh WM urnol hn ftiirwuwl 111 L nlraxirr tliat the new wall were al- C mine. The subject of the sermon m w: '.. r ... lei. t tl . y Moo "H iimj, iiiv preocnei' hrNii. only fr- "week (?, 1 ' " . :i r. n . IS I ITS , Can it be possible that this f i-i i lUlllBN"! u. - ...... s,,... ,mi gv' wH,,,i" present to t'lon Where are the grove of palm L. Where are llerori palai-en that once h.'re' W '"ra the Rrent theatre from '' ,,f which Palome told tlie p...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

'MAGE'S SERMON. t0j ST THB SCARLET CORD. jmo Taught By tha Soun on tha Wall a J sriono. j . ,. ...... m , mi. fAtl auau i nnti brought out Hnhali. and f i ikr awt nrr hiohit, ana nrr rrrrtn ,,Trt "tt the narf."-Johu vl, 83. u wthiiit'c welcome wu given to Tjimsge In the Brooklyn Academy of L. wtieu nw .iwiit-i inn nrsi. HRrriifm r: , ....... fi-.,m tho lfi.lv I F ' pmupied, nu standing room, , tho space on behind the T,hr fllW- The two opening hymn Z ..u'w He the Tie That Hind" and " . . . . i ur.,.- k ... l. n Talmftfrn tnlil hi nitiU Lrtf ' rMleh home, ami speaking of L un-h which wm burn oil haexprassed L,t pliiire that the new wall were aU IT. L.mff The subject of the sermon wan " " .... .1.. U'.ll Th. m..k.. Mi. only few wk , I Waited l-.hn I sain; vn ywr pwiinp uwi mi 1 ,,ati-l pia'w i him uiir irve a a wedding present to t'loo. 1 1-1. ..n .m fliA irniVM nf im hi L, Wre are Herod' palacs that once r?i I. .' Where in the groat theatre from f'. rtime hich halome told tlie people...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

i i. , .V' t( tl i vr ui t ti hC vc ci i'ulilixlipil rvery Thursday. TJI. HARTEREfli'.ur and Prcpnetor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, IVhniary H, 1800. Assembly. T. II. II.Mt'l Kit. l-:i. I'ifT: Tliriiir.'li nr m r. llll.nv I'll- ' 1 1 f . I! 1 1 III" -T 1 1 1 1 1 ' ; 1 r I Mitf" n( Mi c.T i "Hill I li.i' I Mill 11 i'.imiI! I i If I T I ll"' II' ivil.lii in ii'Hiilti.illMii ii .r A-" inl'!v. KMl'Ifi I ft roiii-.-. I i .ill Hi" rul. iil'..ii 'l t'T Uif li'-l-litiwr III III" I'llthin II". 11'IH. f IHlllllllMll'll II 1 1 I f If ii !. I . in niilv pli lie- l.illlif'il H ifurin mi n il'iu In Hi" llili"i nf Hi" lnf )h-i.iI", us Wi ll ll.-i fl III p.ll'l ' "IIM":llU . rr. Ili slviTlfUllv. (. II. YliUCK. Ml'l'll". i""k nMilp. to overturn a chair or make some On to Washington via Penn- other noiae to break the rharm and flvlvania Railroad. . . . i " avert the threatened danger, llie liowhiijr of a dog or the mewing of a v0 hotter opportunity of takintr nit nt nitfht, when not answer...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

Sfrt 3lfoWAui& lost TuMisliPil every Thursday. TJL HAHTERt Eflitor and ft cpnetor. Subscription $1.50 ner year. Thursday, lYhruary 13, 1SIK). Assembly. T. II. II.UI'I 'Kit. Ku. Post: Ttirnii.'li ynnr p:iM-r. llll'iW M" ''I 1tlf"Nll III" U' l'tll'lll 'ltl Millie I if MimI'T i "Mills ill. i' I .mi n i .i'iiIM i'i' f'T tin1 Id' (() ! i'i iM'inlii.il t .1 I r A--" inl'h , siilil' i t nf r..iii"-. I .ill Hi" rnl".nliit'i f'T Hi" li"MHnr nf Hi" I'riiii irv I I". ti'in. If ii'iiiilii.il"il iiml i I", t. .. I i in t.iilv .. ilk''' faithful H ifnriii mi " niii in Hi-liit"r-t i.f Hi" wlii'l" 'i'il". lis wi ll n nf im p. H I ' 'IH li 'ilh . IT . K' MM I'tf'lllv. f. ii. Ytni:it. Mi'I'll" T"i k i" ii'-lilp. County Treasurer. KIM l ull l'-T Thrniiu'1! sour ""I'linri permit lie to III Ill'" 1 1 1 IMtliliil tl'.V f'T III" III plllllll iltl ii"iiiin:ii i"ii f"i "iiiiu 'l r .i -ii n r. x'il'""t toall Hi" Kiili'i piM Tiiliii; I'i" Trilli ns Ki i ' ton. .lullS W. S A I. IK II i .n1 llii t.Mi-lil;. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

n jBOCKMULT VALLEY RH-ktiiult Vulloy wolmo mere, yjllurr wase, Ki-lnin wie long, iiinit lVncil un Uabicr, M ' Licdli un Uesong. Biirco um uns rum win liooeli. . .Duhlif inch ho vug, t Ltufii liiniiouonnir nocli vj -tswt't war ' whim tsu eng. itTP Fraw, dio 80 dick, ai,h bin g wihh, net din - tv .1.. n..:..t. 'f (t II llli m 1111,1 nil III iJlllA t Ant s m liuti uniiii dun. tlf lilt' WIUl l' " IK I vplp ' ill Hockniult Plial wo mer iiavononiicr wott Zu tiitf war M ivvrrnll. ifJrnwtfii oil g'pcggdo Sclnt IVrSiliiiftiT lioiui net niilic ; re luw fa grawd dem llininiclzu JlirL'ini HU'h net rum dralio. . Woss r loft ware wiihc wo weit? XrAVntrc loft Ihugnufl; ition ilcr IJuck dor Sliiinmt'l ride, Huck'il Ytukcl LinnadniA'. rclloiizu nix oh Tswivvcln Jo, Cn ilio oil i ' JJoy ; re con ken Wcatza bowcrn do, R;i Hiiwtr tin k;u Hoy. rkixlm nix os Xoodla do Far Diiinikn-pp ware's, tsu ong ; kunipt oIU h ufV dio Ihadomg aw Cn fornix nil" die Lang. Hons Hchtute longwciso ivvor'm Bach rn'8 AVotsH...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 February 1890

Jj 1 JjBOCKMULT VALLEY .kintilt Valley wolino mere, vtlliirr wase, Hfbun wio long, 'o niit Pencil un I'ulncr, M ' Licdli un OcHong. Bart:e uia nun nun iu lioocli, fv.l.lwi ikijiti ml fin r. ,Uufa liinneuonner uoch '.a-tswi't war 'h scliun (hii eng. ,eVe Fraw, die ih ho dick, -idi bin ('wiHK, net din v S ijiivciK'iinrr ufV ilc Brick, g '" Wllllll lilt tie die Glaclier in der Kct, .-.pitc 'h in Bockniult Plial .to mer nitvcnonner wolt a mi,' war h ivvcrall. . lt '. 1- CJ1... drnwga ou k i'-kki' ncnu r Schuster konn net niibc ; . i 1 l. ... it: .A U,r konn sich net rum druhe. . Waver loft ware wase wo wcit? rWngc loft BargnufT ; :tm oVr Buck der Shiinnul ride, Huck'u Yuckel biiinudrulV. :e Llnnzii nix oh Tswivvcla do, in die nil in ic liny ; recoil ken Weatza now cra do, St lluwir un k;u Hoy. rkiiilm nix os Xoodla do FirDuiupKncpp wiuo'h tsu eng i hmpt ollcs ulV die Bradeing aw rntfomix ulTdie Lang. nous Milium luuKnumv in Bncb Un' Wosscr lof t Barick-nunner ; " MllIZIlIT IIOIIILUU 111...

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