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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 May 1890

position, la Clinrck Ckoln. tish I might ray that th one great -iretnent for obtaining a position la ,ir choir, in a voice. But. unfor L.telr. I cannot. Influence), youth, y .. Ji-M. a I I fatty -' luteiiigeut iace, tasto in i and a poou aaarpsa win eacn .11 bnva their talite in tbia. an in x pursuits and irofesMons. All oi letter, nowerer, are oi on it ins .test linjsortanea in comparison the rower wielded by the nm of .--influence. In different ritiee rowers are auierenuy unuieu; f. on the one band, in some it ii of t no value at all, in others it U of tl, slid sometimes een oi greater stance tiian tlie Toica itself Jlomt Journal. rnnflnVnre Beg-Bl til Kiivm. rrr,.fnl hu Ir. I'lei-re's fJoltlrn M"'1I -Lpvi rr irowil In mriiiK chronic naal -i, l,rtMiflilAI anil inroat insert.'.,. Hint .n-jfacturcr now wll It t'irciiiili ilrunu-lsta . l'l"l. It r ' " " " 11 WHT K t in every If itlven ft fair trial, or ' ,,i f.,r It will lie refiintlril. f'mi.mn. i, rli i nifuln of tti limirmlf taken...

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. — 15 May 1890

Senator Ingalla on Political! Purity. Ill till' rnille ofil nvrllt inter vit'v witL Senator InulU, the re porter Hiitr.'st oil tlnit lie hui)ii(m1 the Ncniitor from Khdhuh 1i 1 1 Unit whatever political purity miy exist )( loimnl i'rliisilv to the lteptiii lii aii party. "With tli" poill exeeption of tin- two terms of WahiiiKton," Sfii at or IiitfulU i pli-il, "there Inn not liron mi absolutely fair, free unit iiiipartiul expiesHinti of the deliber tit will of the people in nny presi dential (-lection ninee the fnuinlnl ion of tin- L'ovi riiment. I dovilit if there i i r w ill lie. I'ntroniw will nllure the ambitions, force will coerce the iiei-I, ih'liri")is!ii will ll the i-ir lnlotH, framl will roll the weak, iiioiiv will I n v the mercenary." "I it to -vr thus, Mi-iiator .'" ''The purification uf polities i-i an iriilt'-i-nit -lri am. ( low-rinneiit is ti ). I'olities is a battle for sil pli.ii.ny. I'alties ule the armies. 'I'hi -I- i-alojlle ainl the !?ohleli rule I ii i place ...

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. — 22 May 1890

s' - "" .11 ...... i .1 111 i ' - m r. -- j - r v . . , . i -r-Ti i -- - r A- " "LL.'J'""""-.-' --. v ----- -- .. ... . -...'WW- rw. r-- ,,, c . ... - ' -v . .. . J foL. 27. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO.; PA., MAY IS, 1890. NO. 'il Items of local interest .anding Committee Meeting. he numbers of the Republican uling Committee are requested . t . 1 11 . I 1. rr 1 imi'Ci in iiniuieourt-ii on .1 iicsoa.v Court week, May 27th, for 1 1 1 jidm' of organizing mid trunsact- . other important business. Du. H. W. Tool,, Chairman fht v arc the rage. Deibcrt's new :i. nppciiheinicr, Selinsgrove, will wiinl in exchange for clot It in if. t-finv your line l'hoios ni uei- .t's gallery. Lawn Tennis Caps mill belts at iilieimcr's, Selinsgrove, Pn. A. Millhotise of Heading, Ph., :l.VIIIg II Visit tO MS plUChlS HI knkliii this week. flis. Isaac Heaver left on Satur- f ir ii few week's visit with ni l-1 at Tyrone, Pa. IWare infonneil that NerM. Mid- l-wuitli of Troxelville recently .lit !h trout but of Swift...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 May 1890

k.J2 ' Tr"7rrrjr.T-sw-:-t.. CHURCH A.SSEMIJLY. CL03E.I VNIOX DESIRED. Twin Oro.it Churches Arc Drawing Together. The rr(V torinn ;ciicr..l Assembly at Furutogn. X. Y., was nnel with prayer ty Ilcv. Pr llcrrirk Johnson, of Chicago, l.ev. Pr. tn. II Hubert, tin- retiring ni'l srso r. then delivered hi sermon. He took for li is F'll'jtT t " I he Privileges mi l 011-0-jupnt bli.Mtioii" of the Presbyterian ChuMi." Mr dwelt tit mm li length Upon the ed n ati 'ii i! mi l missionary work of Ilia cLurih. Pen liin the 'pi-linu of revision if the Westminster t'oiif. s-iuii of Faith, lit? est.il : "Notwithtan''.mg the few objei Unliable scages, the alligul ineorrei t interpreta tions of scripture, ami tin' ipic.tinnahl. phi It (. hy 11! two or IIitk pai.tgraph in our Standards, they rc u marvel uf skill ami dialectic uctiniiii. I Ley ure bused largely on Hod's Sovereignty. It is tl't Mil li amir, ignty, however, us implies arbitrari ness or 1 1 lj I it n--, lillt Such us aba-M ti ri'ii'l ami en...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 May 1890

, s T . .-' EIGHTS OF LABOR. I; GOLDEN BULB A SOLUTION. Dr. Talmag Dlsoussestha Wag Worker' Cause. "iri!dfrf V w'"' fat men i'.i .' imi, Wo jy ereu so tnifo firm." vii , IX hundred anl fifty thouesn I lalwrers i.. I'nnt. London," ami th streets of in and KnriH-an citis Hiled wit'i , ,i f workmen esr.yinf banners, ; .. u ii i -t of Lvkt mi l Capital t i it. That nil this win none in peace. ;, c n a result, in many v'", arunra- , taseii plan in hoo-fiil sign. etest war tue wnrM has ever seen ,n capital and lalstr. Th strife l - that wnicii in nisturr w ran', xne War1 War. for it Is a war of pen it i war o.' the live continents. It ir hemispheric, r.is middle elasssss i , intry, iin whom tli nation has .. I for holding the balance of iwnr , n lini mediators btwen th .-. . 'iiih', are dimmishin,: an I if t , ,.n nt tliw same ratio as thy havj .. .11 -t I wenty years h.'n going on, it ,: i very long befor there will be n i . .-,.s in this c uintrr, but all will h ,. 1 very poor, prini'' ...

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. — 22 May 1890

"J J V l'uMislicil every Tlmrndiiy. T H. HAHTEK. Editur and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, May 22, 1S1M). Republican County Ticket. iii.). A. V. I'K I KK. Ki . Mi-llli-ifrf . I tntli." i.i l..n ii IIMrlit I I'lifiTrll. niR nwumtv. Il(. K. W. Tool.. WnslilriK-lnn. "M MiKim r. HXMKI. llo.r.Ni:. Mld.tl.'liurtfti. IiMI rilHMI-itnSrl.. A. HoMIl. iii ,ii r. .1 oil M M ( K. . i --1 1 1 1 1 r t . n i . loll iil'STY Tlif I'K'H. I.l.t I t'MIKK. S"lin;mo". nmivu NTv triMmm. .1 I'll KM I Ml r. Itovt Klt-MlX ri'lltrv. AI.KUI:i MAItliriH.KII. a"lliiwrm.. A Journey Through the West. l'.i. I'iiht. Imioic lcaviii( Imiiii I was solicited lv many of my frit nils In write to them. In order to make it mure convenient for tliem and lessen the work on my part I will endeavor to seinl commuiiiea tiihs to you from time to time, not iiii.' Mieli points ami farts as may lie of interest ainl lienelit to your read ers. We left Middleliiu:h oti May h on tlie 2:1 o train west, and, liad piirel...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 May 1890

; ..WHii wt ' ... ' . i v; , i 1 Would Yon Like to See Something of h Very r.ct ptionali!.' Chat-rater If you would, no ' Th" Lai ijj Erief Turn Ilausa Earrick. LievehKkkxal Hahmh. Pit oii lu r liivfc' i h'h f ti denim karls r.mm eooiini xvtis: ho nil census: 'iiuiii liieratoi' liasii wo oiislinnii mill we feel li'it oh cs hut do inn Inn rick mi wr fed dor-fun us tr'nlioit sin. Arc hut on Miko Puldificl Kslduppcd un is ii a tsu dor friiw. Now do Pub li't Ison xvaso unlit KiMiiink fur ni wons rn'tforctl mi uh lad po woiih dunki 1 wart. So s1i w int s der census 'liiunciatiT k'suiiii lint mit siiiu'liiinlly tlou hut H-i,':i rislm. "I'sht furt mit dere ! Ieh uso ken hniicli-wio driippn, un iolt lirouelt ken bi illn fur hiuiu oh 1 un faidi lieiikorter kIioIIoiu biHht." "Irh poddli; ken diuppn un ken lailln," soolit dor census 'iiiiniincr iitor, "nwcr icli muss dich n pawr itn stioiiN froirn. My Iusuchh is ous tsiiliiniii we fool leit oh ch im KulliT lieeia township hut, un won do lucre ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 May 1890

TEM1I)DLKUK(II TOST. T. H. HAi.TKIl, Kki-iom a.m IWh. .w.7 I I.kin i:;, r.. Ma J itv. "If, as stated, f it toll bairgilj;: B" '0()i US the iutr article can In" mail'' if cotton atalk the "southern planter may Ihhu'Ii at, tlin jute mist." opine the Washington ff.li. h'irv, y,i, ,,, think tha' the pre vailing low prices of I it in prodic fs, i on fu'ipient u.i nt itiutv I overproduction, will force 'hi- farmers of this country to tlivcrsifv their industries. It i on .iAtMiliiiii and legrCi.blp fact, remarks W.iMltiiikcion .', iliai 'JTOii couits :n tiii' r.nl'l Stti'es arc t 'tigncd in ir;r.?itv divorn'S und tlml niie mar ri ii'in i . i ry t wcnty iMu'Iit i thus an- Milled. Th" .,. hi wliy in m iii y for-imrs itr itrrivirii; 1 -ii' is. allc"cs tin' St. Louis ,', V ,. tli.it ll'lfl' 1 ri-i I n( sii-am-hip i-en's arc scouring around I'.urope, ui d'n it :, tii' " "uri'i"; of tiic i.uiii '. loll.e I.' I' 'I I: ' N -W York .....'...' t:.ut tii i- :. ri' !nii ii ill it :ii ' i. -:.iki-. New...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 May 1890

KEVIKW OF TRADE. SOME 8ION3 OP A IlEACTION. HtaTf Speculation Absorbing the Beady ' Cash. H. O. Dun .t Co.'s weekly review of trade Mv: The ptiK'k market lin rti'lietl ahead until it lias alisordi'il all the money within rracli, ami now mine slnns of reaction ,IIr with littlo selling by foreign holders. Substantially the fame yu. tn'inetia bare been observed In tin rbeat and corn mnrketi and In the market f,,rjo-k products. Kieli ting nt cmmunl a limited supply of money. When thut sup. !y i oh'orbeil. whether by nceiiiniiliitjon of U,Vk carried of by ad ,nein jiriw, a re tct;. iti is mitntitl. Tlie teiiileiicy of prices J irini! the past week lius bes-n downwiird, ulivat declining '-' cent on salt's here of only jl ,) $ ifi huHhels, corn 1. cents on mle of leii-hels, while oats a9 steady. 71,etr.d heKills coinpreheinl that inido ,,f 5.1 (i:iys a new crop of wheat will hepn to (0:1, into the market, and while Winter wheat n pertain to he short the re. orts from .wheat States Indicate...

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. — 22 May 1890

I I. J i! 1, i i .1 inc 1 ini w.i.i. i hi III M liux I r 1 ii i A! t it. I , llln' Goods in Original Packages. The ilrcisidii of tlio Supreme Court "f tli' Uniti .1 StntrH niMHi intr tli- fill'? of liipmr in original liwlin;" in Stale liuvimr prnliilii tioii litw h.is iiwakeiieil ciiiiMili-riil'le intcK-'t iiniMii),' pnnline ilciilcis who t'liiii i-xi oiiim.s,. the law of lVtiiisylvaniit In oilt wliirli i r li i I i t tin' iiiiimifntiiie, snlf ami um- of olcoinai'iriii iin'. Tli- v in L'.n-tliat if ii l.iw roliilit- tli'1 Mil'1 ''f 1'npior in piKknu''' pin r!i,icl in niitln-r Stutf ii mi finititiitii..iiiil, tlmt the olfiMiiiu n lnw in imronstitiitioiiul for tin na.-tnii. Tin' roiir.tituti"iiiiity of lli r iinylvniiiii htittutc r'ir.l ins oli'om.ii iruiiin' wits nuilit nnil liy '.In- iii iin' Court. A lawyer ull.l ill triH tl tllC 'IIH Hllill tlmt tlmt int :is fully cMiiUixliecl, 1nt tlmt Hi . i i ; ; ; -A" il 1 ' mil" to 1 !. . ," l.f f jl-'l-1 it III'I1 t" tin- ul. oiii:ri;iii int...

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. — 24 July 1890

1 L 7 THE POST THE POST iVVmptiMlriUly NEWS p AI'KK, tor Uii People and br lh rll. mnns m ilwy "pen for the dtwimslnn of topics of Interest to IU pntroun. VOL. 27. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Read Chestnut's Bicycles. Another largo invoice of suits a'l wool, from 5.'M up at Gutclins'. II. Oppenheimer, Selinsgrovp, will take wool in exchange for clothing. Minn May Wittenmyer of Mifilin Imrjr N visiting relatives in this place. Miss Erma MoGee of Union coun ty is tho guest of her undo J. Orwig. Miss Meriam Orwig has returned from a several weeks' visit among relative iu Union county. J. M. Burlier of Milllinburg was the guest of his brother Dr. I. drier Burlier on Monthly. Mr. Miller of Baltimore, accom panied hy his wife (nee Laura Horn) spent Sunday in Middleburgh. You can now yet thirteen 2-et-nt postage stainpH of Post-mast or Nwartz for a cent ami a quarter. Geo. 'Wilt, of KhiitiHikiit Dam, Hpeured a Russian Leather Cai p in the river on Saturday-a-wcck that weighed HJ pounds. As you...

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. — 24 July 1890

. - m A ! " THE POST LA. THE POST rVmphMlrMly a NEWS PAPKH, Inrllip People nt . the People. Kn out mn rw lwy open for the dmeuln of Pl of tntererttoiwpatroun. iVOL. 27. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Read Chesnutt's Bicycles. Another largo invoice of units aU lwool, from $1.00 up nt Gutelius'. H. Oppcnheituer, Sclinsgrovc, will Uko wool in exchango for clothing. Miss May Wittenmyer of Mifllin- lmrg in visiting relatives in thin olaco. MiM Erma McGoe of Union coun- Iv is tho guest of her unclo J. W. rwig. Minn Meriain Orwig has rotui ncd i I. .1 ..: .: row ft several t!tjv in iiiiionK dative in Union county. J. M. Barber of Milllinburg was he guest of his brother Dr. I. Gricr karbrr on Monday. I Mr. Miller of Baltimore, nceoiu- Iiuied by bin wife (nee Laura Dorn) eut Sunday in Middleburgh. You can uow get thirteen 2-eent Imtnge slumps of rost-mastcr (vnrtz for a cent ami a quarter. Geo. Wilt, of Suamokin Ditin, Lured u .Russian Leiither (kp in o river on Saturday-n-wecK tuat tighed 81 pound...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

DESTROYED BY FIRE. The Western Union Apn Suffers a Heavy Loss. NEW YOIIK'S WHi FIU11 FIREMEN'S GALLANT 11ESCUE. BcTcn Vet ton Driven to tho Roof of tae Burning Structure. Nrw York. .Tuly l. "hortly before 7 O'cloi k Ibis morning flano hurl from tho I lichbourd f the Western I'liion operating room, on the seventh Moor of their inagui I; mil build, ng, corner of l'.roadwuy ami lcv street. The Ure cpi'-kly spread beyond control, ktnl ll.e entire xiitli. fifth, fourth and third Coor of Ihe immense building were soon Completely gutted. Mini telegraphic (''imiiiii ttimlion with iiit oul'i'U' tf the city was tem-rarily suspended. The olliccs of tin' Associated Frc, Executive "nn mit ! of tin Western I'niim Telegraph company ali'l office of several broker wen- destroye I. So rapidly did tho lire utend t J: tin woodwork that the escape of tli' employes 1-y the stairway wa cut off. and a number Were lowered from the windows, by means of rope, to the lop of adjoining buildings, while others hu...

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. — 24 July 1890

DESTROYED BY FIRE. The Western Union Anain Suffers a Heavy Loss. NKW YORK'S lUU FIRM FIREMEN'S OALLANT RESCUE. Bctch Person Driven to tho Hoof of the Burning Structure. Nrw Y..i:k. July 1 shortly before 7 A'cloi k this morning flames hurl frum ttio switchboard M the Western I'll ion operating: fiMiin, mi t ( i-vi-iit1i HiH.r of their magni ficent building, corner of Broadway and ! street. The tire quickly spread beyond Control, nil the entire sixth, fifth, fourth and third Ccmr of tin immense building were soon Completely pu't'il. mxl to!tiirsli i: column Biiatmn with oint.s o'.ttidc of tin; city wa leniirarily suspended. The ollice of the Associated Press, Executive Committee of the (tii Ftiion Telegraph company uiol oftlccs (,f ..nveral brokers w ere det ry I. So rapidly did tin; lire extend ti the. Woodwork that the escape of tin j.'. I y tin' stairway was i ut nil. and a iiutuher were lowered from the windows, by luc.in (if Mie. to the lops of si.j lining building, while other h...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

i . r .. --i ff , THE "WIDE-OPEN DOOR. At,Ii CLASSES ARB WELCOME. Her. Dr. Talmege Rhowa Sow th Por tals of Hearen May be Passed. 1TXT: 'Mtirf, hehnld, a door tea opened sf hraren.1 Kcr. ir 1. John had been tho pastor of a church In Jlphesu. He hud been. driven from hi position !n that city by an indignant pop ulace. The preaching of n pure ami earnest gospel had made an excitement danger ous to every form of iniquity. This will often tw the result of pointed preach ing. Men will flinch under the swonk strokes of Imth. You ought not to lie lurpriscd that the blind man makes an outcry of pain when the surgeon remove the cataract from hie eye. It I a Rood sign when yoii see men uneasy in the church pew, ml exhibiting impatience at (ome plain ut terance of truth which smite a pet win that they are hugging to their heart. After the patient ban Iwn no low that for weeks ho mill nothing and noticed nothing, it if thought to bo a good sign when ho twgin to be a littlo crow. And so I notice...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

THE "WIDE-OPEN" DOOR. AtX CLASSES ARB "WELCOME. Ear. Dr. Talmas; Shows now tha Por Uli of Heaven May be Passed. text: "Antt, hthotit, it door wa$ opened sf Airew.n Kcv. lv., 1. John had been the pastor of a church In F.phtsms. He hml been driven from his position !n that city by an indignant pop. ular. The preaching of n pure and earnest gospel had made an excitement dimer ous to every form of iniquity. This will often be the result of pointed preach ing. Men will flinch under the sword strokes of truth. You ought not to lie lurprised that the blind man makes an outcry of pain when the surgeon removes the cataract from his pye. It is a (rood sign when yon see men unensy in the church pew, and exhililting impntience at soma plnin ut terance of truth which smites a pet sin that they are hugging to their hearts. After the patient has lx-n so low that for weeks ha said nothing and noticed nothing, it is thought to Ixi a good sign when ho begins to be a little cross. And so I notice that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

u ptfblrfmrgfr T(lpl PuMinlied ovcry Thursday. T- H. BARTER. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year, Tliumlrty, July 21, 18!)0. Standing Committeemen. i Artntns A. 1. SlirnliT. llurrliMin Ilrliilnirer. Ili-iiM-r .lolin o. Walker. W. II. nili-tnun. Heaver West P. W. Treaiter, K. A. HertiMer. tvntre a. Ilenrtrleka, I'. . Howrnox. t'liitptnnii-4. II. Welaer. J. K. I'eek. Franklin -'. A. IMi-iiilrr. II. W. Kelty. .Iiirk-uiti liuvlil Wlii. II. C HiTiiiHn. Mlitilletinrtfli .1. M. HifliilliK'T.Jiw. HowerwiX. Mldilleereek W. A. Ki-hT. A. I. KnuiiiT. Mmipii r. s. Hitter, T. I'. II iinm-i. I'l-nti-il. M. Witmer, A. V. tetnlierllnif. ivrrv M. Itnthna-k. .1. s. Viewer. I'errV Weil .1. Z. MruWMT. s. r. "alr". NiltiKnivt' A. H. K-'k. .1. A. I.tuiilniril. hprltitf-l. I. Miinhevk, IVIit K. Heinle. I lilmil. II. Ilerrnld. II. . Sllltll. V:iNliltiKlon Jerry clmrlea. J. I. Mover. Republican State Ticket. t'.ir iivcrnnr. ii:ti((.K WAI.l.ACK PKI.AMATKII. f rrowfont county. Kur Lieutenant (lov...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

Sjii 3tiW)IfI)urg& hsl Published every Thursday. T- H. BARTER. Editur and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 yer year. Thursday, July 21, 181)0. Standing Committeemen. Ad:tm A. !,. Slimier. Iliirrlwm Hrttilmrer. Iieuver-.tuhn U. Wnlker. W. II inilrrmin. IW-hvit Went l V. Trenner, K. A. Ilert.-ler. lYhtrr-C. A. Ileiiitrlek. I'. o. lumeru. liiipinnii--. II. Wetwr. 4. K. peek. Knuikllii-4'. A. Hoti'iuliT, II. V. Kelly, .liukum Puvhl Wei el, . K. lli rniHn. MKIll'kirK'li T. M. HiflnliiK'T. .Ian. Ihivrentox. MlilillivreeW W. A. KflT. A. I. Kramer. MiiiirK'-l'. S. Hitter, T. I'. Iluiiiiiiel. I'eim-w. M. Winner, A.r. HfnilHTllntf. IVrrv-M. f lipx-k. .!. S. nlKiwrin. I'err'v Wet j. ,. miiiwhit. s. r. I'liltf''. M'ltii)frn A. II. Keek. .1. A. Lmiilmnl. Sprltitf-I. I. MiinlHM k, I'eler K. Ifeltfle. 1 nhui J. II. Ilerriihl. I). it. stiihl. WiiMhlnKl" J'Try flirl-. J'. P. Jtuyer. Republican State Ticket. Kur (iniTiicir. (.Kolti.K WAI.I.At K DKI.AMATKK, (if I'mwrnnl eouuty. Kor I.leutennnt tkive...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

0 Brief Fum Hausa Barrick. Lieter Kebnal Harder. Kh dVt sere fun hartsft laid tmi menlionn lexmobloH 1113 pootor friend, dor Jobnny Honnalorrer orrieli 1111 Jioovlc is ollaweiL Si fraw is g'ibtorva em letHlit SoiuHiulawc, un Jekiclit wor cm Jloondawg, un Lwroll de kit 0111 Biirrick Job lien .i-ttnd. So wor grouk yusht a poirr dftwg. Der l'orra Moliler hut k kifbt breililicb patlu, un tier Sum Lnitzlor wor ilor forrnincer un h !titht lceilly on ho g'sungii lun wor, ton ich now net mistaken bin, oh Olla nii'Hsliii nilNHii niiturvu, in 0U11 uxn frown hoy.1' Ich bin net sure cb den ilo cxacta rorJilii Bin, ovver es wor anyhow rbbes wirga hoy, iler wnijj we der porra en oun govva hut. Awer wos ich sawga will is des 1 ge anes fun do beshta un .hmortuhta weiver wor 0111 Ronsa larrick, for bo wor olsfardt l)inny, un but ga-n link geld fardeen'd mit Lardt nboffa o's ho do pons fainilliii Janiiuril hut. So hut do wokIi arwet L'sbolTd far aivva, audit odder nine auiillia. Sheer olla liiorgn hu...

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. — 24 July 1890

Brief Fum Ilausa Borrick. LitvEB Kerxal Harder. Kh du't sere fun liartnn laid tail tnonlionn 1moLl oh my Rooter friend, ilcr Johnny Honnalerror onick im Jroorle in ollaweil. hi fraw is j'ibtorva tun letuht SoiuMil.iwf?. mi Jtlticht wor em Moondawp, un 4)Wr oil do li'it om JJiirnck dull lien flknd. So wor gronk yunbt n ponTuawg. Der Tona Mohlcr hut lelciiut breddich padu, uu ucrhtini StniUW wor dor forcniusor un ih Uhtlcedly on ho 'minga lun wor, ton ick now net luialnkeu 1 in, oh "Olla lurftshn nilssii Hlilai mi, I'd olla uu fn-jwo liny.'1 M bin net sure t-b des do cxacta nrJilnHin, ovvcr ch wor anyhow Lbbes wa'ga hoy, del' wai we der torn, es ouh gevva hut. Awer wos ich sawga will ih den t i - i 1. 1 se anes iun iiu uetuiia uu htuartshta weiver wor om gonna Jlarriek, for bo wor olsfardt biHwy, Uhut gii-nunk geld fardocn'd tuit jLirilt uliofla os ho do gonn fiuiiilliu kraairil hut. So hut do wchIi arwet V'slidfrd fur Hirvn, audit odder nine wiillia. Sheer olla niorgii, hut se Is wes...

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