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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

J" TUEMIDDLEKURGIIPOST. T. B. HA TITER, tone afd Vro'n. MWDt.KHVlUi, IA. JV1.Y Jl. !. The public ili-lit of the Anstrnlinn colo. Hii- amounts to is?5.M0,000, while the n:i-e population white, lilmk, Muori h.i I Chinese numbers four millions. ( ti'Ur boasts that iim-irtit Home wis i.i-vcr hi populous as New York. In the ev.ith of her Tune the 1 i 1 not probably contain a rtiillin;i people. l!rookljn is t sirh a t'ity, as to sie, ns .hu was in In r glorv. The experiment of profit sharing has hu i :i thorough lest at the If ionic mills, .11 IVil Kiver, Muss., during the last Um he month", a:il the results have been so sat; factory as to elicit f rum the Presi dent of tin t (imp my ti.e opinion ih i' it is the!. inning of the solution tj tic; labor i. If the uib'i: is to lie tr i-!rd, some I'.irisiii'i T i i 1 1 are to be in lin k year. It is said tint :i sum of v amounting t dti'l'l has been be. your Ml !. in"::- Hi' ith'd to the City of Paris by one I'.i- al F.ivalo, the interest of w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

THE MlDDLKIiUKOII TOST. T. H. IIAI.TER, Editc at.d rr.o'n. MIDhl.KIU lid. IA. JULY i, !. The public debt of the Australian colo tii - amount to isT5. 000,000, while the n:i.-f population white, Muck, Muori a:. 1 Chinese numbers four millions. t''tr boasts that unrirtit Homo was i.cvcr m populous in New York. In t lie of liur fame she did nt probably ''int.iin a million people. Prooklyn is Ju-t sir h a city, a to sie, in h was in In r glorv. 1":'; experiment of profit sharing has ha i a tliot iuurU tct at the I! nirne mills, .n Fail Uiver, Mii., during the lust t i He month, a:iil tin- rcsiilu have hern m fa tory a to elicit from tip: i'resi l'"it ofth; romp my tl.t; opinion ;hv it is the!, ginning of tho ilu!inn t th-! labor pr .)!.: :i. If tli'.- rab'e is to be trusted, some y.rirg I'.irisia'i biiilesare to In; in lin k ii jc.if. It it said tint a sum of !:;': v amounting to ;l,.'lrt has b'en In-. 4 1 1 1 ' 1 to thi; City of I'aris by o:io I '.i- :.i I'.ivale, the interest of which...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

1SE NATIONAL GAME. tTEtti ar not purchased to freoly those aoo still lead tlia Nrtloual League la run. vi Buffalo flayer' team is practically wless. Is now captaining the Brooklyn team. t, Boston Players' Ii-ague U on the look . for a short stop. imtnccTloH in the price of avlmlsalon if t( aiioiKiod once more. L .,11,1, the catcher, In the liest batter e Ch'ttt Brotherhool nine. iftRAR. of the I hliMicipnia .'inyn i.ra- haa a neUlinga-rrn;io in not. ft Nnr York lA'ague Nltefien I.avt i-k out the moKt men this season. tt sttenilance U Inereasltij; everywhere tasetstll "m -"" J " "" 'trTT Maw Is consiilereil the mwl rella fplsyrr on the Cincinnati League team. -,tm'a Iieaeiie trio, Iinn, Smith anI Ur, arenmkinu liRiittitiiK iloulilo ilays. r .. s- i. T . . , . . i t ifs!!"" lor lA-nKiio villi's nny- Tummy rsuTurooa, is ma I'lost, miuinr. jo man In the country In exeolllnR Heck- of the I liwiurg ix-HK'iei , at nrsi t. .waii A!'"!', of the Chicaro Leagu k i now playing tits twentieth e....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

;HE NATIONAL GAME. 'rrr-s. or not purotissed to freoly thrsa .Aoo ttill teaUi th Jxat'onal League in run. v, Buffalo Nayer' team in practloally ,jjfls. L,, now captaining the Brooklyn team. m Boston Players' Lague Is on the look- ts short stop. ttntrTloii In the price of fclmlwlon is , discussed on re more. .on the rtrhir. In the lxt hattor L Chicago Brotherhool nine. xraK. of ,he t niwiripiiia i layer ijph ' Hgj a flcMIng average of tl. ,( New York Ia-okiia pitchers lavs ,i out the niopt men this season. mwuiII is not oww " u nrt MaRR l consfibwl the most rella. IJiTfr on the Cincinnati League team. L-ns's League trio, I in I. Smith anil r, renmkinic liRlitnina; iloiiUo plays. tit the New York League Club' piny t Tommy Kstcrbrook l the mit populnr. li ain In thacntintr In MooIllnR Heck. , U the 1'itNliurg Leaguer, at 11 rut . .i An!. of the Chirazo Iioaziin L t, now playing hii twentieth season of struts, I'l'nvEA, oi i ini-nniau, is saw 10 .. trelrM ami iney inremi'n i pub nun on ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

,1 . A s.i.. v '''. Goods in Original Packages TIip iWininji f the Suplt'tnt! 1'ourt f tli t'nitf il Stiifi M rrpinl inc tlic snlo of lit ii r in oricintil puckac in States liuvinc i-oliili-titti laws has uwakciifil cmiMilrl uHo iiit'H -.t itin"iic pi'mlncc ilcalciM wlio ippt.M tln law nf lViiiis.vlvuniii wliirli riiliilit4 tlif tninmfact in c, sali- aiul ii-f nf ! 11 1 i:ir s'.i i i 1 1 . Tin y ai ciii' tliat if a law pnlnliit iinrtli'' ali' ( liipinr in pucliiiut's pin r!i I'-cil iri niintlifr Siati' is mi rntist itut ii'iiul, 1 1 1 fat the oli-ninui cu liiu' law is tiiu'DiiMtitutioiiiil fur the m iii i I'liiMMii, The ciiiihtitiitii'tiality f tlic l'l-n 11 1 hii ia Miitiite lt'k'ai l in i 'li'oiu.u u'liriin' was miitii innl hy tin- ftupniiM" Court. A luwyii who avu'iii'il tin-casi Hiiiil tliat 1 1 1 it t " ml hms fully ta1ilill'i1, lint tlmt in hi . ' in; ; il 1 !' liri l" to I I.i Hi M .!' tli" Liu'i-lit ill" to lia ! t In- oli'oiuai i;ai iiic law l ulnl. TKIAIi LIST. i .. '-,' i...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 July 1890

The Educated Farmer. An exceptionally interpfttiiiK ami forciMo pennon wn that delivered before the Kindimtiiitr cIiinm of the MasMiU'husettit Agricultural College lit Amherst ly l'rof. C. S. Walker. Hi text was Luke xxii.32: "Strength en thy bretliein. Ihu topic wan "The Duty of t lie Educated Farmer." Among other things Prof. Walker Hiiid : "Heretofore in all parts of the world the farmer lias lieen no match for Ins adversary. He has never held his own ugaiust the soldier or the priest, against the iKiIitieian or the statesman. In ancient times he w as the tdave : in the Middle Ages the Kerf. In the nineteenth century he is the flave, the Hcrf, the peasant or the ii -oiirietor. acconliiii: to ioca tion. American farmers as a c lass are face to face with a crisis. From all parts of this land farmers art1 ciMiiiiiir together. ( )i'iranizatioii an (o-operation are the wonderful ideas that have awakened them as never liefure. They are grasping hands with a crip thai means Mumething co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

J$&$m)&i 'km r HE POST THE POST V pKK. Mr th People sml Vn--lp.;nMr rwl to IU patrons. H L'l 't v. . . i -1 i -f . i In not mi orfritn." II WHftrn no 'i'illHr. II tlPVIrl'Kl(ITll A Imujc. Ami rifvor lil out. limrintel i ln iilol'ii inV) Suimi-rtptlou 1. Ml ft jiiir. OL. 27. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO...PA, NOVEMBER C, 1890. 1NO. 44 EMS of LOCAL INTOREST clothing dozen . I ! - It C. OUU'UUH price u V lower than ever. I net Photos, S2.50 per t's gallery. utelius has the nobbiest 5 for mm ami boys in tho lev. CO. Lehris conducting n traeted meeting at Oriental and aeeting with K'oil success. T tl 1 F. ItennuiEor, muHienu, IIHHM, IS IlOm ' Adam 13. Rennmger b. Mward Rolig and Jacob Herman repairing nnd re-painting mo 1..a across MiddlocrecK im'iw.mmi Ulleburgh ami Franklin. bore will bo preaching in the lion niurcu uii ouHwaj ..... 11 evening by Rev. I. 1 Nell. Min f school promptly at 9 o'elock. a restore, thicken, and give, you mriant growth of hair, to keep color natural as in yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

,1 I lAlfcMIDJJJihiJUKUJUWr. Ml !!U.h:v.i r.. A'iH h. Mllr ; ,, J'trm i'!"7 J'.'r )':!:! es t.Iiftt far mer nr ; iMrg i..-r interest in politic than (,vi r i - T; .r . " One nf tin l.i; -t. li.-.at.cial or rnrtiza funis which ha . t cie (' i he ::'. ice of t'.io ' t;'t '. i ..is a .vii.ii::,!o t con tr I 1 1; i' u" :' ; the A'.'.iu- tie :., n.i the Hi I ft of ! I'.on is to im:- iae ri iifiy :: r cut. i)r.-j J :'; !- II, in i' !.! br -th," the '".'( - ' , ..'i I 1 .il .'.'..! nut- ttil . :...' t ii.. I'riiiiii'ur'r.V,1' ;.-::rni .Vl-m A. Vies Ii-4 11 Mm 1 I rn;:tii.avl f !.:s .idlii.iry divi-ton at I'lii- j i.ig A if; . ivr .: .'.1 i if liirip is . imy i iv r ol nnol'.'r 01' !: .1 1; hiuci.; 1 tit- I i-i. t wi.io'i l.-t 1 p'ie 1: "Nut ll lllr-i'lil all . ...:. 'i I.I' 'I..!' "V of Iil.li:lH "u-rl. s 'i '.. f ; . - 1 r cv-ry y-r f.r :r '.! 11 i . I iiu !iy thin t i ;:"'! w iil CV.r ot; an t.i . -1 rl 1:;. !; : w i.'.'' TI3 ALL A MYTH. Tin all myth that autumn pWwa, For watch the rain ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

1 It. ,1, ...,.1 A CONVICT'S CONFESSION. ,0 Xcn Commit Many Robbrl In California and Illinois. tacrsmenl", Col., Nor, 2. Qeorira Phlnn, J,,, with Charles Dorsey, bIIm Thorn, es from San Quintin prison thre years M recently captured in Chicago E, PfWrtWi J. H. Hume, has made a most jilinR conlesslon. Kverincethey esrnpol, 'vwctive Hume lias tieiievcu mcy were in ajtstc, and were r?rrctrntors of rmnier - eti?e roblierlos which hove occurred t-lln'n, hut he was notable to obtain any itiv evidence, Friday niht Miinii was L.ifcrml from fan ti'iintiti to FoUo:n by vtial orrniiui'tiient ruiule ? Warden A nil pctective mime. ctoMiiy ma nlcn and detective Interviewed Mnnn Lover three hours. Ho confessed th it ho irJ Thorn returned lot niiiornui in nua nmped on the American river about three ailosfrom this city, llns was iiieir reiniez- -omto which they always returned after ktirrx'l- He admits that on the 31st of they Mopped the Mime ,,,ai Milton to Sotinra and robbed .'he pissciigera "', ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

c PuMIrIicJ every Thursday. T- H. HARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, November (I, 1890 i ! Bepsli ! THE DEMOCRATS WERE Wed at Both Enfls ! Boonastiel's Shmier safGunGrumbeera Did It ! Snyilrr County Stands Finn aiid Furnishes the 482 Ma jority that will Send ' JixKinson Back to Congress ! The lJepuMioaiiH mot with an un oxpfctt'il defeat on Tuesday nnd ex Governor Piiltisou will again oecu ly the Ciiihenmtoriid ehair. To say that the defeat was unexpected is putting it mildly, hut it is neverthe less true, as late dispatches from Republican head-quarters concedo tho State for l'atlison by 5,(100 ma jority, hut the Republicans elected Thou. J. Stewart Secretary of Inter nal Affairs. Our defeat is accredit oil to tho SfcKinley bill. The people had not time to realio its beneficial effects, but McKinley still lives and is re elected to tho Congress. Tho fu ture will vindicate itself. Tho Democrats claim everything from New York stato down to lierku cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

3 Brief Fum Hausa Barrick. Listed Kersal Harder. I di woro en harder laner doricli do campaign, un ich eou Hawaii mit fool onora, ich bin froh on tlo liHiiinn furby is. Ich bob feel ilenkim gn-iloo doricli tlo pawr lotlsbta iUwr un bob giv-wun-ncreil rb cm batztiwlcd lino mlicb un uffrifhtich tH i. Oook nniulil on tier Dtlftwetter under 1'attiHon. 011a tHwa goode mon mon os bocb ihtirun in era liainet ol ga-rcrbtn kit, un unlit ho g'nlnviut os ho house tora far Govaneer but ollu ruts Mws awfoiign let-pa ous-nbtudya t.rgii t'lin, un bis oh rum cooma is, wou nicr olios ga-glawbt bet, warn icdo Rcblcebta mon in dor gonmi Sbtrvte. Drum froge icb, dools mas batzawla far nrlicb un uffricht icb tttu Hi. Nem umobl do cuho fum Sam Ilandull. Aro woro finf-un-tnwousich yobr in bolidix un do mount fun sclera tzeit woro aro an leader fun dor DemagrawdiHlia pardy, bis uro tsu arlicb is wara far tJir do Demugrawdisb odder do Rcpublicnn parJy un but sieb nbc ?'nlitelt un" der tarrill'. Do Demo graw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

j ,;,;,v. AN OCEAN DISASTER. A Large Steamship and a Kour Masted .Schooner Sunk. ABOUT SIXTY LIVES ARE LOST Tlu Ylacaya Coms Into Collision Wlt Suiting; Vessol Off Brncirat. New York, Nov. 1. The steamship Vwcnvn. of Hit1 Spanish-American line, imI lidisl Willi n four-masted schooner on Thurs day t vt'itiiiK tvhfii six miles oil' llarnrgut, and Ixith vessels sunk immediately. It is su )Htcil iliat over sixty til hav hern ! t . Tin? steamer Humbolt, which arrived In l'rHiklyn tins morning from l'.rail. rc unl eight of the crew, the lir-t and ttil of!l rer, tlir engineer and surgeon nf tin' Yi.-i-ayn. S f.ir hi is know n nt present t ti-- ure the i.iily perom out of a t t :vl crew and passenger li-l nf eighty ix nf t lio Vii'iiyii. Mini Ihc crew of (hi' unknown vlio nrr that have been aved. It is f.'lir.-.l that all the others have Inn lost. Tlio Vicayu li ft liiTeyiMi -May at 1 p. in. for Havana mid other Cuban p .rts. She had a large cargo nf fn l.rht, a crew of seventy-seven aii'l ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

. SOLOMON'S WORKS. H0NUMENT3 07 ANCIENT ART. The Horticulture and Hydraulics of Palestine. ' ' Tmnr me great irnrk. tttHtfnt wis hnwtrt, f.lnntrtl in niieiurd, I mail . tne finrtlen mi- nivmrds, ami llmte1 trer$ i them of nil Jini, fruit; I m n,lr nut ynulf of writer t untrr therewith thr trnml that hriv.Stih forth, ti c."-Kivleinstes il-, i- A spring morning an-1 W-akfRit nt Jeru salem. A king with robes snowy white in -harint decked with gold, drawn by eight linre, high mettled, n l hoiism. Min bril liant n ii senile ip?d nut l that wr sunrise, ml like the winds for speed. " followed tT a lephnriil nf archers en liorspbnok, with band on pi Mod lnw and arrows with steel points Hnshin? in the nun, cuid from bend to font in Tvrian purple, nnd Mick hair sprinkle! with gold dust, nil dashm; slown the road, the hnrs--s nt full run, the, reins loose on their necus, and the crack o whip and the halloo of th" reckless cava! nde putting the miles at di-Uanc. Who is It, nnd what is it? Kin S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 November 1890

California Tours via the Pennl sylvania Railroad. Tlic 1'riinnylvnnia Railroad Com pany, through its personally-conducted tourist nyHtem, present" four winter ami cnring plcanuro tourt to California. The specifd train conveying the part ion will, in enrh cane, Mart from New York, ami the iliiteeof Martini are, an follow : Tour No. 1. February 7th, 1M1 ; No. J. March .'.! ; No. March 2fith ; ami No. 4, April Hth. The npecial train returning tho first party will leave San Francisco for New York on March 11th ; the Hceoml, April :W ; tlio thinl, April 24th i ami the fourth. May lltli. Kadi tour will prenent a tlifTerent route from the nWH hh will iih a different route iroing from that returning. Tour No. 1 will go South via Washington, Atlanta, ami New Oilcan, where a lircak of the journey will he made timing the Manli fira fcMivitien, thence via the Southern Pacific's Sunset Koiite and San Antonio to San Francisco, returning via Salt "Lake City, Colorado Springs. Den vt i . and Chicag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

s ) t f f ! I.' . THE POST THE POST - - f.- i , . . I r 1. pmplinttPfttly ft 5KWH- J,r tl f'Pl"- I" " ....mi r ly o)"-n Ii illKOiiiwM ol loplr oC lu!-iwt lu lui patron. IOL. 27. (EMS of LOCAL INTEREST Joril toil ohi itmeu Buuocur for tie Post. tf. Joradoville come too late for this C. QutrliuB' prices on clothing J lower than ever. iMiBB Maud MenHch, of Mifllin irg is visiting rnauy friends .-re. ; lUat Mary Bilger of rioaant Gap, Vitre couty, is visiting relatives in Udleburgli. Alfred Steininger and wife of Llcsburg spent Sunday with their (any friends hereabout. Misses Emma, and Kate Stetler, i i . t. . ..t... If SiolInHcrtove. sneut Sunday at L 'TO - home in Middleburgh. Dou'Horget the Beavertown Mus 'ical Convention which commences on Monday of next week. r Mr. Witmer. Att'y-at-law, of bun- bury, Bpeni xuesuay wuu uia r-in-law, lawyer James U. Urouso. John Francis returned from Sba- tuokin on Saturday, aud on Monday started for the mountains for deer. Rev. Ilaskarl will move hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

WKECK AND RIOT. SIXTY EIGHT MEM PERISHED. f Disaster to a Ship Cmrrjrlng a Party of Laborer. i London, November 17. A ship having Cm board a party of Isliorers an ! a large number of animals en route for tbe Island ofHrnr.za, where they were to bo employed In the olive harvests, was c.ipizcd off t lie Ialumtiaii coast Ljr a sudden ami heavy gust of wind. All on liiiiu l were thrown Into tlio urn, and the faj'-'ic.l viscl was coon sur rounded ly a struggling mass of men and animals. A number of boat put nut from the shorn and succeeded in r"e uing 13 human beings atjil ni animals. 1 hirty-cight pc-sons and JOO animals piri-hed. A RUSSIAN RIOT. A Hundred Peasants and Workmen Shot by Soliitrrs. I'titon. November I?. dvices) from S(. Petersburg say it is n' xirt 1 thai u . riont riot o( ciirre.l l.i-t v.i-rli ut a place 15 miles distant from Jl-niw, A body i troi i s shut u r i 1 woundi-d about 11" a-anti and i i.nn ii for r f li ti n to Ten ive the enfiimalids of tin- ln-.vey iijif" nt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

J a; li 1 AMONG THE BEDOUINS 1HB ANCIENT CUSTOM REIONS. Traveling in the Hlatorlo Land of Tent, ed Abode. ' Tjext.' "Fcmmutrh at thnn knotrett horn or oncump in the wildernets," Num. z., 31. Night after night we hare slept in tent In Palestine. There are large vlllngea of Bedou ins without a bouse, and for three thounand jt ar tht people of those places have lived In black tent., made out of dyed (kind, and wbn the winds and rtiirmi wore out and tore loose those coverings others of the same kind took their places. Noah lived in a tent; Abraham In tent. Jacob pitched his tent on the mountain. Isaao pitched his tent In theyalley. Lot ? Itched nil tent toward Hodom. In a tent ha woman Jaol nailed Hlaera, the general, to the irround, first having given him sour milk railed "leben" as a snporiflo to make him sleep soundly, that being the effect of such nntrltlon. as modern travelers can testify. The Syrian army lu a tent. The ancient battle shout was "To your tents, O Israel!" I'aul was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

ct tit of In IX K'i j nn rot nl nni m' 10.1 At I. IYtc riit tllsti A l.Tit rer i nidi In ninn conl; lu1lixliP(l every Thursday. T-H, HARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, November 20,1890 "KILLED." "Killed" ni?nin ! It hixn more livt'H than a cat. this Hepublican parly. nt hintory records that it Mi...!" before it wan horn, in Pcm ocrutic estimation, being "crushed as a sectional furl ion" when Fre mont was defeated. It wan resusci tated in time, to elec t a President in 18fi0. but even Abraham Lincoln could not miito please nil the politi eians. One dimly remembers that tho Republican party was "killed" and tho "infamous bloodthirsty war policy of the government trampled under foot" in several States by in diirnant Democrats in Wd. But Abraham Lincoln was again elected in iHCi Then the same Party was "killed," onco more by Henry J Raymonds ami-in-iuin convention, and the bolt of bread-and-butter brigade with Andrew Johnson. But losses in IXfiG were fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

l' . t' Q ' i Brief FumHausa Earrick. Liiver KtniUL Harder. Ich lin an commoner, olln Havre, go-as-you-bleose sot fun ma nioii, un won ich ok ebniohls nows coom unich from- ma loifc bin icb gons ferlora. In fact 'ich wane net we raich aw tsu shirk a. fDcswore decaso mit more iter on- ner dwjr we ich an bindly bnrrick- " V' f on 4mii rt intia Afrtlil a ea iimtiui hob fian sot I uncra ilountiou. U1T am wake onna bin ich tie shtross gn luffn mit am porra simo boo, uu ich liob ga-noticoil os olln inohl on are on ma weipsmensch fnrby in hut are hi hoot ob ga-numtna. Endlich hob ich one g'frogt farwos os aro Hell daid, don hut are g'sawked ea ware tthtyle dor hoot tsu "tippu" fur do weipsloit. Ich hob don net gons hinna draw si welU un hob aw aw fonga my "hoot tippa," we are cm ga-haaa hut, un ich hob ga-noticed os de maid shier oil a mohl ga-locht hen. Endlich sin mere don om por ra si house cooma, un we ich ni bin cooma sin se all un g'Hlitouna uu mere de tzeit ga-budda. Now sell is net...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

t ' .. ... . THE MIDDLKBUKGII POST. T. H. IIARTER, L:ito af.d Pko'k. MIiDLKIH'IW. .VOl7.' V.'n.'lM. Ism. ' "It is an indisputable truth thnt the bct literary work to-day is being dour liy women," sail UdwnrJ L'ok in tho Jsidiit' llnnr Jinirnnl. There nro mro woman doctors to-day than ever before, mid their munlicr is rapidly increasing. It will noon bo a privilege, to be sick, exclaims the gallant Chiia'-o A. ir. It will soon le an ca-y mutter to go up Pise's Peak. All that will be n 'eessary will !. a live- dollar bill for a ticket on tho railway train thai will transport tho tourist to tho toji with safety und dis patch. Hut a good denl of tho old to iniiiii'o of going UP slowly nnd with toil on a burro will bnve disappeared. AVot tli, the Paris modiste, is trying to inlroiiiiee hoops again, but even Worth, opines the Louisville Coiri r-J'irni,t ran not make the sensible women of this day adopt such ii hideous malformation, nnd bis efforts are a failure so far, to the un bounded a...

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