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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

) 1 COLLISION. 'O Passengers Wero Killed CD ST THE DENSH TOO, Inirlnaer Unable to 8j tht Sig nal. W the the Conommigli nlley, Friday, Ins inch an unusual density of fogtlint road men were more or less alarmed, re on the alert to guard against necl- vljrilnnee was unavittling, however, ' ht rc(l light on the aignnl tower nt -oh, CO miles from Pittsburgh, was jmi.si- two trains. There was a frightful nt, lending to two deaths and eleven klties. ,e unfortunates were: II. D. Minot, 30 street, Huston; Mrs. S. II. Angell, m y-Orst street, Washington, 1). C. ,usly Injured: Mrs. Dr. Wichle, II. !.. e, Haymnrkel.Vn.; J. Hi'lmnn.Wiudi- i, If. v.; v m jiiK'Ksier, nuiiiiiiiii e, New York; John Miller, Allegheny lightly Injured: Dr. Wieble, J. F. Mat- V Uultlinore; C. C. Hicks, Providence, K. Mrs. M. V. Kellogg, Kichnioiid, Vu.; J. iflll, Sunbury. !t Is the night train on the lVnnsyl I lluilroad from New York. At Harris Ii Wahington slveer is attached. No. gch ran Into No. 0, Is a train com pore...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 November 1890

r.Trvn.i..-II. 1. Mohn ami it. H. Wrkiht, two in'cmincnt lumber men of thin place were to Lewintown last week where tliey pureliiweJ anotlier Htciini iH)i table nawiuilL TLey will in few tlnys bein o;-.pfr-tin on tlie timber trnct of H. J. Uailoy about 1 1 niilen Houth-eaitt of this place. 1'rnf. Chii. V.. SimiiL'ler went to Freeiloni. Hi-aver eounty, where he has aeeeiteil a position na operator in il i i 1. LM IIllll (itlice. Iiove, a eoutfh, ami Hinoke are hard to hiile. Low. A. lUnik, of Lwisburf, wui in town on commeu-iul business one ilny list week. I'tftf' are siarce at two rents a pi.c.C while butter is plenty at 'ihte-n ei-iits n poiiml. Sim. ii St in k, of Micbitfiui, is vis itiim lil.itiM s in this place ami vi cinity. Prof. Uillliai.lt's riiiitfim,' at this place now numbers sixty-three. Miss Ora ritf. of Millmont vis itc 1 here last w k. S.ll Stnmb was to lleaver Spi iiiK on Silt ut ility. S mie f our boys who were tun nel .luring the summer while wink ing in tin- hot s...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

.1' 1 THE POST THE POST l rmphntlonlly a NKWS i'AI'KU, for the l'eopleand by thn People its col umns nf" aiys open for 111' discussion of Uples ot Interest to 1U patrons. M not tit "Orifiuv" II wears no'Tollar." II llfVlT l't(flMl it Issue, Ami ih'Vit Hold otn . tluiir.iiiti'i il clrrtilnt'n iwm NiilwcripMonii.so a )wr. lie seei sounty r uned e ii)08 ett iiu ays tli 1 Co., VOL. 27. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Corn AUil out a talon ou subscrip tion for the Post. tf. The Northumberland county juil it full of prisoners. Go to G. C. Guielius for good and cheap clothing. Snyder county's Teachers' Insti tute next week. G. C. Gutciius' prices on clothing are lower tkun ever. Cull ntul hop. my $1.05 boot. W. I. Gahm vm Rev. Neff and wife uro visiting their son in Schuylkill county thin week. Miss Maggie Stoiniugor, of Hurtle ton, is visiting relatives in Middlo btirgh. Misses Mary Bratton aiul Funny Vanznntlt, of Lewistown, uro visit ing relatives in Middleburgh. Elins Minium returneil last w e...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

THE MlPDLETiURGII POST. T. H.HARTER, Edito am Fro'. MinniKHvna, v.. xovt:.vngii 27, m. CAPTURE OF CROOKS. THE OANO CHARGED WITH WORK ING CHICAOO. Sobbed a Bank Messenger and Cracked Several Safes, It is Said. Oilcngn, Nov. 23. A must lniorts.nt rnp ture of the thieves was Hindu last evening hy the Desplaim-s street nation police. For two months thoy have lived within thn shadow of tho station, but so clever were they that their presence was not known until a day or two ago. Four bold safe robberies uiul In ntimcrublo thefts aro laid at their doors. They aro charged with robbing Messenger Austin of (he Prairie State Nntiutial bunk i f satchel cotit-iining f2.0 Incurrenry and clearing liiwc chei ks for tS7,l.iU. Win n tire Htnry was printed a week ago of tin- messsnigcr having lost the satchel and of its having bri ii found by an honest boy, tc, t tie papers questioned it and assorted thut the satchel was really stolen and that it won returned minus the f2,0i0 currency, the thicvi hav...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

TALMAGE'S SERMON. THE SCENE OF CHHIST S YOtXTH. ATour ThronRh the Orand Old City cl Kuutth. f TrxT! " II? cam (oNntnrrth, ichrrt ITt ro brought tip." Luke It., 1. f What a splendid n'eep I had last night In Cathnlio convent, my first sleep within door sines leaving Jerusalem, ami all of us a kindly treated an though we bad been the Pope and hi college of Cardinals nam ill that wa r I Uut evening the genial sis terhood of th convent ordered a hundred ,bright-eyed Arab children brought out to sing for me, and it wan glorious! Thit morning I come out on the tep of the con. rent and look upon the inot beautiful Til lage of all Palestine. iU house of whits limestone. Guess iU name! Nazareth, his torical Nazareth, one of the trinity of place that all Christian travelers must ace or feel that they hare not seen Palestine namely, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Namreth. Bnby hood, Imyhood, manhood of Him for whom I believe thre are fifty million people who would now. If it were required, march out an...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

.. ... ........ - ' ' - """ M " 1 PublisliOvl every Thursday. T- H. HARTERt Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, November 27,1890 .Congress Majorities for Ten Years. There lift!) bf eti nn unhrokeu lino of Democratic Houses of Repn-HPii-tntivcH Hinoo 1874, except in 1H80 ami Ih.hh, H( tlmt tlio oli'i tion of a Dem ocratic Houho at thin is neither nn ustoniHhini; nor nn iiHtouiulim? evi-iit. In 1874 tho country wan Hur- prinoil, but in 1800 it is merely a repetition of tun invariable "oflf your" rulo for (sixteen years. The loss of tlie Houho in 1874 iliil not prevent the election of 11 Republican l'leisiileiit in 187(5, although the eon test was Hcvere and clone. Tho Deiiioernlie Hoii"e of 1878 mailt poKsiblo the UepuMicun victory of 1S0. The Democratic House ileet nl in 1HS2 had a plurality of 81. In the litcht ff present knowledge of how Mr. Maine va counted out in this city in 1884, the precedent con tinued to hold tfood then, but wan broken by fraud. It ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

V ( I. i J 3 Briof Fum Hausa Earrick. Lietcr Kernal Harder. Drr niciiKth in Rn onllicLo prir-.loor. Fun cler tzeit on Rre waso whs "wuh" is Boocht aro fur blusacer, uti ollu niohl fint are es unlit far cmo oildcr Linnich cmo nee net by cmo. Wo ich an sliencr boo wore hov ieh gu trinolieil far an mon twu Hi, an fi aw tsu liovva mi bn8 tan si fun minora agcnu tilianty. Now Kidder os ich an Dion bin uu der druvvol mit der Polly uff dn oxlu wut ich mich wul Jer au boo wiucha, im feus-eck hurka un widi pifa maucha mit mt-im oll;i Barlow mesHcr. Won ich olx my awga tsu mauch con ich mich wiJdYr tzrick donka maucha on do ilJ Lsriuet, un ich wine do aid wise dure mit am Bkaffold full tthprow, un eskco-i cff una draw,' on wcIhIi iarn heisly, der wauga-Hhup, dor sbofe-nhtoll, dor boompa-droko un ollttH in aU widder noddoorlich. Yaw ich Bane do" hiukel iicHhtor, rooc.li do fowla noHht-oyer woo moro ids nn onneron do kop g'BchmiKsa hen, un sdijwcr do Uho groddla. Un won ich do awga tnu mauch do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

TUB SHEKtLS AND THE CUP. THAmo!Yixa t.txtg. Our (rrawful song in rapture rlw, For blessing from propitious skis; For golden harvests gathered hnra, Where j.!-ntyV purple tanner tie t"ncha!!engod through tbe circling year. Vr I rend the toiler ned not lack. If at the tilow he look not back, An l winnowi from tbe seed the tares He'll find the shekel In hi sack, A Jacob's anxious ton founj theirs. Ijirje i the loaf the harvest tiring, F'nt for a continent of king. Are c not sovereign lift I up? hir fist ion' la the youngest born) Like IVn inniin' filled urk tf corn. Contain '.lie shekels and the rupt Summer on rapid win? ha fled, !.ra Hint w.-re green are turning rel. The cheerful swallows southward soar; lint He who gwan u daily bread !!n. fil!d cur laxket and our tore. I'roin terming field bronzed labor tilhst t'ur vnultri ami Mm nnd barn nre filled. And we have learned to toil and trunk The rain, in plcnWu showers distilled, fe.l ou the jutt and the unjust. Uforgt H. Hun gay. A TIIA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

r I, 7 7: If'. ..V V t i" ('!! I ;i'!siri :". 'fit-Mai -St! ..ildi'lll ucl ruil ft t to -to i itt1 :U1 Uj ;iptf ual likely if .ail ,ui (A lt eiai; " ,.,f ir tr.- Oodnoed from tb laxatlT and natrhlooe Isles of California flga, orrmblnad with ta te-idlcinal Ttrtneaof .ilanta known tab moat Vflclal to tha human rtni. acta gentl oa Mdners, Wr and bow.ta, effectually yiinf U lyitem. dispelling cold and (dacbaa, and coring nabltuateonJiUDattoB. menlntbe orchestra alu-ays fare the roo hare erer nerd liotibln a F.ieetrio i lh rear It has been ao d. inu Axnaf It 1i the beat ami i.orat family wot iJle. If joa haven't triad It, ak your nrorr )it tiov. Don't laka ImlUUou. llir axe Jof them. m a mora Nihilists, rlisrtrecl with tniklni M, bate been arrested In 1'aris. I I, Wnwho ban praotlred n.Vllrtns for 40 I. 1 r uiiubt to know aalt f rom ' lunr: read i ji ir mi i tat urn Hill "'IT.Itll L. . Toi.no, O., Jan. 10, 1WT. i'l flmrir, J.I'Mnff A Co (ientlemen- i !!ilVT' tMn ,n seneral practice of me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 November 1890

Vj" ( X, ( A Young Father's Excitement The atory i on n youtiir ClifcuRO father. The laly was liin find, ami he lifted to wiijrh it. "II'h a lunincer !" lio exclaimed. "Where are the hcalen t" The domestic hunted up au old fiishioned nteelynrd tlmt had ooino down from a former eiierntioii. It mus tho only weighing tntiehino in the lioiiHe. The baity, wrappM in the fl ecy folds nf hoiiiu liht fabric, WftH siiHponded from the proper hook, and the young father nuMiimed charge of tho exorcisr-a. "I'll try it at eiirht poiin.iH," ho huiil, Hliduitf the weight along the 1 urn to that figure. "It won't do. She weighs ever mo imieh more tliun that !'' llenlidtlie weight along Heverid notches further. "Jly (.oik'":" he Miid. "She weigh more than ten pounds ! Kit Veil -twihe thirteen fourteen! I it no.ssjl.lc ;" If- s.t th- Imhy anil steelyard down jind rested himself a moment. "l:i:r r' st )i:iliy I ever saw !" he pan!) .1, r-MimiiiLT the weighing pro e. is. 'Tift ..en and a half sixteen ! T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

t n EPOST THE POST I L IS It flphntlrslly NKWS 'Kll. mrtln" I'tniiilound 1li Ooipli. I In col- 3Alwi;nMlin of topic of rt-M to Its ptroD. VOL. 28. VI EMS of LOCAL INTEREST John Bowersov, of Slnunokiti, and i,. sister Sovilla, of Hazolton nrt i i i.i 'iui n ti i.ii. Mai. E. C. Hutniltoii, of Shainokin vitH hmm on or stf lets Friday of last week. Mr. All. n Budd, of Eliziibothvillo, R.uiphin county, spent several days in town lust work. Miss Alice Bower, of Xorthutiihcr i.iiul, spent several days lust week with Jiit'ol Gilbert's. M. K. Hassinger and wife roturn ,od on Tuesday from a visit to rela tives in Philadelphia. I Rood Jones, section boss on tho p. & L. R. R., is confined to his house kvith nil affection of tin1 tlirout. Mr-. Jacob Stciningor, residing nil1 mill' inn tli of town foil on t In :( u short time ago und dislocated icr hip. Harvey Stuhhieekor left for Low stnwu on Monday whore he will 1 i th blucksniithing for livery- .illll Yeilllok. V. H. Ripku. of Globe Mills ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

TUKMii)i)U:i;ui:(iiiPosrJlff . , If !. 'i:n Hvnio tis tliy m'ont to ri. :r, mil E;:i t v i t m s. i. i. !)..: IVirV f.im.'.c n .-cully n.M ' T- 't r . m .s- ......i .1.., i..uji, lor J will he, ,ift-r l.h "N Hi- r:.'." - .' ;i, t i i i; in W.t i.'.M'-!"i!. 1 lev . t!,n . ;V:t. M nln r.i ,;. '1 i:i:;.i ti, .It. ply f. f w. ::.i!i. .. .1 .'.in j'. .'!.:, m 'I I- ' I'lMiriH', A. r i t ,'-. !. u'. ,i s in tin k and I'n 1. 1 i ..t ",' li :.v l':uv, i .,: y lit tl.- l'i . N .a. :. ll." ... . f 1 1 1 1 . t ii. iii tie' e i'ii.ii.;t'"'i f . r tin' i t il ii i-i 'i :' tl. Vc tor..i civil r vii r. with v n ; t ; t ! t'.i i!i;i.;. ut .-un ; i - , I.'.' i,mrl. I. i' nl' a ti I !.. I . c .. ' ri In i' ..' ii, in. !n" nt'ii- -t r n i. . r I T. .i i;i -'i !i r '.;i;r : ittn.i. J, I.;.-- t . i : ! ..'i . ii . A . . . i i t i : ! , v. . i ir i;. . , i i .' . i",!. ' 'i ri: i ; f . it. i .1 s !. .ri 1 ii , -1 i... i i '. -: i a i- i I i.. . ; . ' 1 1 .1 '.: I 1: i,...i. ,.; I i ;'. ,.-:. 'l -riy s i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

r iV V 0 I' 1 ' NEWSY GLEANINGS Clovm cil In join j to tx sears, Un, hni li?cn Mriicfc nt Vl'parni, Tnft: The mpply of natuml giM In Ohio In (all- Tnr ralne of the Kuronran potato crop in fOOM'OJ.UUO. Wisr.iNsin; lias a lnrgo craubMTjr crop of good (U.ilttj. Tint lo.-i crop In Main? tin's vcnr i'rf stimatM t "MX HI tons. A r.Esnvf. riso of leprosy I reported nt Detluin., lo.vn. A t.AlK'.K Bcr.-asp of wlicnt linn hron sown lor tins year's crop, Tnr. railroads' pay-rolls for 1kW tvero neirly J ruo.oon.ooii. A vkix of salt 3 10 feet tbii-k has Iwn found at kviopoii, Kau. AMrnicAX corn will lioronfter bo mlinitted duty lr.c into Moxlci, Tl!KP..: im t .iirty tlionsnttils ras- of thn grip in New (hUiins, l.ii. Tiik H'l'n poppy lias lieen fiIeotel an tlio State How it of Calif urniu. Ciiicaoo ha. a miming eotnpnny Hint in coino-'.i entirely of women. A isTOAnheet factory, t iv.st $100 Wit, will be tiulitat Pierre, South lt.-ikotu. Mi rn of theotrn crown in tho West last year wan too soft t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

Published cvcrv Thursday. 1 ?. JLHAHPER. Elitur and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, .Ian uary S, IS!) 1 A Nation of Philosophers. Tlio mere fact Unit us noon n the result of nit election is known tin people resume the ordinary tenor ol their way hhowM how absolutely Hill emite utedlv the vrrliet of tin majority in nee ptcl us law. If hot) est there n no thought ol nppiiMiiiL: it. ( I Hutuied eliilllilitf is ill'lullf e l in, bets lire pail with n lati'h mi' i vi ryleily tiwaits the net tntti o the political wheel. No ditVereiien how hiirh excitement run or whit u'ti ut imitv interests are at nttil two .1 iys after ail election limit the. jieoplo content with the result. This in not imlitT.-rcnce, hut n mini eept-Hice of law ali'l order s el. pressed hy popular verdict. All this is so cH-ictitiallv Americiin, ho much the product of our inherited ideas concei iiiii self-government that it is nil encouriiK'ilik' Hslit to on lis ex hibited in lioth little Mini hit,' e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

1 Brief Fun Ilausa Barrick Likvf.ii Kf.hsai. IIaupkk. PeGiisli iltiwg om llarriek wora nhlill, nwer cs hut Miner yiuleiH an Orisli-kiiullo greekptl. Ich hob my Khtrunip on iter blionnlitft Kft-lH'iikcd, tin nun ceta we ieh u IT tf'flitomm bin wore llen tzuiu Inch reus Klituckii om far Hhtn, un woh ilfiikslit do ok tm woro ? Do kcimlit t'H pr net iliotlii. Eh wore mi hooch fun ma ohhi km I woo ol tu feel "keflVr lneo" pi-tlinnka hut tin is amohl ufl' am hat rick ( i K'hhlofa un in net worker warm far tswonsich johr. Si nawnni wore "Hip Van Winkle." l'oina iiu hooeh wore ni gWhrivu : "KiimMiiinints of Polly." Now tie Tolly ia an hhalloo oltls wcipsnu'iisch, mi ich Klawli oh ho H a-doo hut far mere tier ob-hhi (it'Wii fun lickcr. De whtory fuiu boooti in tlen : Der old Hip hut net jM-Klielm tsu BliolVa, un in iisht rum KH-b'tr i n la wiutz-lieiser uu hut liekeitja-iliunka. Si fraw lu.it Gretelien a-hasa. mi e hut ols wchIich ci Ka-numma far lc housf-holding riiara. So woro an Hclimaiil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

OPIUM SMIT.GLHRS. HANY illicit factories found An Extensive Business Curried on in BritiKlrit Opium Into Washington. Seattle, Wn-di , .Inn. I InvrMiga'ion y B careful tiuui -rut fr. m here to VI. -toria shows n i r than :n opium ref.ti erics in full l !;,vf, b. d. many small Chin, .si, i-siabl shm. t,ts whiih fry i.r.t small amounts. 1 .,r tl.e three tit -lit Ii t-r.i!- Sept. lulu r 1.. I- ;i pome'.- of crude piuni were 1. m.ii ! .it ,ii;r. uvi r f : . i : i China tii-tim-hip oi tl.:s nun. nut .-IT'. was for war. li'il l.i New Vitin lister, ,.' 1 ri mains tit Vamo iv. r und II ."..'I p.eu.ds w as sent tn Vlrtcti.1, wb.-re it v.a ri'liiml and u':gg''. across tin- Aim n- ii n l.tnt. I 'urmg the three Months li. I a ngle pound i f ..pium was lawfully pas-. I tl,r..'vli lie- ens', .in l.ou-.'. Smuggling it going forward nil the t. me l.y sloops, v liiHitn f. s'i ami rs, ami the pi'ini buslm s a!"ti" amounts to " it $ I.- 0 .'' a. var. P. -i.!. thi rhii.e-e urc be ing smuggled over i ii-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

A GRAND REVIVAL THE GREAT MOVEMENT OF 18:7. Ir. Talmas Wants to Start One All Over the Conn tr jr. ' Trxr; "Tarry y in thfcili of Jfrunalrm ntil jr le rnilurd nith power from o hiyh: Luke xxiv., 19. ' For a few month, in the providence of find, 1 br.vr two pulpits, ono In Brooklyn iinil tlit' other in New York, and through t.io klinlnc of the printing pre. nn ever widenim; opportunity. To nil such hearers and readers Iconic with fin especial mintage. The tune hn arrived for forward mive Inont such as the church ami the world have never soon. Tlint there in a need fur such a religious movement in evident from the fai't thnt never inco our world wan swung out nmonx tlio planet ha there boon such an organized and determined effort to over throw righteousness, and make tho Ten Comntnndment olwolcte and the. whole Biblo n chrision. Meanwhile alcoholism in taking down It victims by tho hundreU of thou rand, and the political parties Rot down on their kmc, practically snyin: "O thou al mig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 January 1891

A Delightful Series of Tours to Washington via Penn sylvania Railroad. Fur him ml v hjh jmtt tin lVtni hjlviinm K, uli mi. 1 Company lms run UM iicM of i m uimoiih t Wuxliin;- toll, I. ('., lit H HI-UMOII wlll'll till' Xh- tioiml 'upitnl in in 11 wliiil of I'li iis i me ikii-1 ui i.il ui tnity, mnl tlif- fiM'tiiu-i. at tin- Shu 1.- Moiintuin tours lmvi' ini t ilh in.ii ki .l siiiTi ss. distilli iy, Murkri llinlirs propri Thisymr t In- roinpiin.T hm juwt im- tors, Multlli hurh. l'a. tf. Jioil.li-.'.l II Ml ill of thlii- ; 1. 1 li-SIVl- ! . f,,,,,,,. ,1,. ,..,,. ill.. t.riKon li:n I t . t.'. 1 I IlllMUIIL, .l.llllllll I. Illl, I I , I fith, ntid Maiih r.th. Excursion tickets, i;ooil for ten .lavs from date of sale, udmittitii; of h i-top ovi r in r.altiiinui' in either iliii i ticii w . 1 1 1 i 1 1 tlir piopiT limit, will l.i' soi l from l'ittslui: at 5f'..iH, itinl at f. 'Hi .-pun. liii'ly low rates fr.m other htatioim in Western IVnii-t 1'. unia. 'I'he liikets will he n. i.l for use...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 March 1891

i post Mmm wkmMk$mib THE POST s k i rmphmwiiii i-iv"r-4 v Kit. for Uw People nd In tint nti Organ." It Mmr no foliar. It !! T (liMlif.Ml Ihsuo, Ami novrr oi out. (luaraiitowl rlri nliit n ISw XiiliMcrlpttnii 1 1. m j,.ttr. iv lh ivonlo. lia oil- imnn re tlwn n "I""" for lii dlwtiwrtnn ( toplin of VOL. 28. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO., TA., MARCH 5, 1891. NO. 10. .1 r ' ' ' " he 'a. K-DS U0 ON at i! TEMSof LOCAL INTEREST t . -- i j Aaron Walter , of Sunbury, visited V 11 Pctinv and wife, of Miflliu- Lnrff. were tlio cucBts of tbo editor iuJ family over Sunday. On Sunday evening, Feb. '-''2, Rev. . . i Jvouier preiu'ucii n veij uiu bi'mhuh I m .1. irl ii .l 1. 1 l iieiore mo 4uhiuicouik' iu"i . j. k of A. Tlnrinir llifl moiuu oi .uarcn i. .a it 4 r I 1 'I 'tips, TrunkH, Volices, etc., ut a dis 'jount of '2 per eeut. in order to nake room for his spring stock. Af4.11 nml woman prematurely gray jnd whose hair was falling, are en- iiusiastic m praising Halls Hair keitmver for restoring the eo...

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. — 5 March 1891

J THE CABLE GAVE WAY. AWFUL RIDE DOWN A MOUNTAIN. furled Over a Dump as If From a Can bod, Two Mashed Into a Jelly. Somerset, Tonn., Feb. 2S One of the tnost shocking accidents in the mining his ory of the State occurred this morning at HVhiUs Hall, in Merlon countr- Tha coul Jnlne Is situated on a shelf of the mountains knd about TuO feet tit. Tbe "ieu liTe ln the village and go to their work up the tratuway drawn by a cabin. As one of the trains was bearing the top this morning the cable parted with a snap on J tha cars tarted on a mad ruce down tho muuutuia ido. 1 Those of the turn win) were standing tip Jumped out and pi-n(-.l with slight in-, urics, but 13 of the miners who were sitting down in the cars, or were too timid to jump, "were carried down with the curs. Tho wheels flashed fire as they seemed to lly down theteep grade. The white faced men ln them, parulyzed by fear, stared stoically at the dump over which they knew they tuust go. As the curs approached the dump the 9i...

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