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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 March 1891

Att i on ami nrodi CURSE UPON CURSE. 4SSI- SSSSSISS jfcB. TAUCAOX'l SUNDAY BERMON. Hsrita of ths Slav to ths Win Cup. TTTt ".Wta planted a tineyrtrrf, nnd A amnK or in wins ana teal dm Genesis is., !, St. This Noah did the best and the wont thing for tan world. Il built an ark gainst the deluge of watnr, but Intro sriuoed a deluge against which the human ,race ha ever tinne lieen trying to build an rk the deluge of drunkenness. In my test jwe hear bit staggering steps. Hhem and iJaphet tried to cover op th disgrace, but Ither he is, drunk on wine at a time in the history of the world when, to ear the bout, there wa no lack of water. Inebriation, baring entered the world, hat not retreated. .Abigail, the fair and heroic wife, who tared the flock of Natal, her husband, from con fiscation by Invader, goes home at night and finds him to Intoxicated she cannot tall him the story of his narrow escape, Uriah -came to see David, and Darid got him drunk and pared the war for the despolia tio...

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. — 5 March 1891

i'ulilisheil every Thursday. T- H. BARTER. Editor an! Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. Thursday, March ft, 1801. Court Proceedings. Court convened Monday, Feb. 'X, lslil, at 11 o'clock a. m. l'resent Hon. J. C. Iiucher, President Judge and Hon. .S. A. Wetzel and Hon Henry Brown Associate Judges. John Stetlcr. . 11. Nun p. dames Houner and Frederick How were appointed Tipstaves. Qt'AKTKii Sessions. Commonwealth vs. Charles S. Hen ingcr ; Defendant was discharge) under the insolvent laws. The resignation of H. F.. Sham- bach as constable of Franklin town ship was ordered to be marked file by the court, anil II. . l elty was appointed in hi sb'ad. In the case of the Commonwealth of l'enn'a vs. Adam Comfort, the defendant was found guilty in man ner and form us he stood indicted and the court sentenced him on the 'Jnd count, to wit : aggravated as sault and battery, to pay a line ."k'jno.iio, the costs of prosecution am t 1 A undergo an imprisonment in me I-'asteni Penitentiary a...

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. — 5 March 1891

real Closing lu! Sale -OF- Central In GoodsStore CARPET, CHINA, LAMPS, Glass, and Silverware. CONTINUE FOR SELINSGROVE, PA. taji EriefFumHausa Earrick. LlF.VER KEltNALllAliDf.il. AlU MoOU- iliiwg en woch ih le Betz Orill tin der Billy Srlim-llkeflVr mich am ahtettlo fit Horn Hn grcPKa fur hirn. Der Billy in ho an ornicr biirru-k knobbcr ween feel hut un are but nix luvcmlicliH nffamliofe os we ro nn ilniror, lotiR-oriflicr, Ki'lituvvoiilii r nsel, oh nciuoiul kuwfn hut wcllii wo ilcr uliieof cno oas-finkawfiil hut. Well dor Jiilly hut slit vlo aw ilo wcllu un hut tlor Botz g'wiwil ho daidii nuoli ntn ulitettlo lidn wilo do wirpi ho woosht Hin. Now (hi Botz is an oklt inadol, uu huts shunt faitzicli yohr hara dunncia. V.h hut noiiiniul Kft-glawbod oh ho nisc hira daid, awor dor Billy hut a puwr noohta um ho rum g'Hchuiunstlod un by noil toit wore ho ho woodioh oh an bonder won aro bludo roolu d. So hut vva lioro Kii-Kmllcd uu loamba in do bockn far ho oiin-lilla, era K'snht en powder...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 March 1891

TUEMlDDLKiJUUOUroST. T. H. HAUTF.n, Liinca ajiu 1'i.o'n. itwui.r.i.rni;. r.t., u xm nu, a 1 Tho Indian oflko in Washington liM decided to introduces kindergarten train ing and muter-mis a a part of iU school jstcm. "Iu the hint ten yeiirs," says the Cin cinnati Coiumrrciil-UitbtU, "Georgia ha nearly doubled the vnluo of it taxable property. Who says the South is not going ahead 1 None of tlie older North era States can niako ns fine a showing." A curious feature of the Inst two years, muse the AtliinU Vont'ltutUm, whs tlio emigration of colored people from the Carolina to Missis? ijijji, Louisiana and Arkansas. In the two years it is esti mated thnt not lew thiin 100,000 colored people w re shifted from tho Piedmont region to the lower Mississippi valley. The Kims vi City (Mo.) fit.ir sends frtk this warning: That is a rather absurd Story, telegraphed from Indiiiuii, that Kunsns tin 'ii arc Fending to that State for wives. Kansas is nut lacking in fine, , robust specimi'iis of Intel...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 March 1891

. CATARRH CURED. Oar TfcN Tatar I Car aa Ohl. AT tSOOTOM SAT Of OATARRH. TVh'tW ohronla catarrh nn t nr ... rntly corad or not Is a nutation about wnlca U) n a groat (lUTerenoa or opinion nmotiff tha profKMinnal few, an1 alao among ths noa-profssalnnal bium Tha t-.tn-i? of phystoana dlsllka to undwUka tha cm of thli dtanam lwau-) thry know that onl ths mot ttraUra paUanosand faithful cbmH. oca on tha part of tha patient, a wall akillful treatment on tha part of the i.bTsician, will be rewarded with racoma, Hence tt i that a. great proportion of the medical fraternity hesitate or rum to trmt chronio catarrh oa the plea that It la incurable. WHY BOKH PATtKim FI!D KOCCKB, Hence It la alio that to many patients fan In finding a rare beraum of their unwilling, nrss to eoDUnae treatnirat long enougS. Many people who hare had chruuio catarrh for Ore, Wn, and s-n atorn rear, will follow trMtmnt for a few week's, and then, txcaum the are not cured, girea up In de spair and try eomethlng sIm....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 March 1891

r Bassirtille. Tbo funeral of Mm. Mary Hook, wife of lleubcu Hook, of Miflln county, took place on Veil noHiluy, 1W. 2.Mli. at tlio SiuiiuiTh Clnirth. Tim o. Zimmerman nul Lawyer fflieiuteil. It wan lrtrc ly atteml"il ly fiien.ln nnJ iii'tali Ws. Cliailen Smith, of Jliumrr villo whh iui.1i rtakcr, ami lie itlwnyH KivcH pel fct t nut isfa t ion. is nhvavn iin.ly w in n nilll upon ami i reu HonuMo in liis i lmr'i'H. Mi. H ln ccii IiM'W. ,,f I5i"' villo in on tlie ci k lint. Amnion SpiKlnioyr contemplater) running a picture pillory. He taken a good picture. John (). (Ion ntarte.1 for Bin Va! ley on Wnlm -mlay, tlio 'r.th. to his tuw-iiiill. TU M-hool Ixi.vh. of Bannerville lm.l l.cttiT keep a little ',t Krhool f r tli" ilireelor in near at liaml. Mi Tii'ly will l what'n lL'lit. ,1. ). (i.'Nf, our Tit i iritinj lum berman -f BuiiiiM'ville, iihiuih luni liess on lu farm as w 1 11 a.-t elsew here. He is p in:,' it a heavy coat of Me Cluie I'.ilil.i r .liiu.-.) (if... S-.vniitf- ( 1 his I'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

t Frank Bwerox Jtn 1, w THE POST THE POST I pmphntlrnlly W KWR 1'ArKU, for Hi" 1'ooplnand tiy tlm I'enplft P col umn nra ftlway o-n for h itmrwwlon ' topics of Interest to It patrons. 1 tint nn "oriritn." II vicars no'S nlliir." II Ili'Vi-r cliHlif. il nllc, Ami ii"it mIi mil. lin.ir iiiii'i-il -1 r -ii l.i i it )r4 iliH rliiuin tl.M )cnr. I 1 VOL. 29. innitfl.it nmr TXTiTiTntsfOT I Dal J hmdB are too many when they matf Ua PDVOrotl With A ItlXUrifUlL growth of Lair by using the best of all retsorers, nans ixair neucwer. Fob Saie. A desirable house and lot iu McClure, Snyder County, Pn. Terms easy. For price and particu lars actress J. J. Stucnk. Millers own, Perry County, Pa. Jan.l ,!tt. M. L. Kreeger has abandoned tho erection of a new hotel in Middle burgh and has leaned tho Washing ton llouso to car Don oocooiu who will take posseHHion of it on the 1st of April. The Troxelvillo hunting party was out after bear on Saturday atul wounded a fair-sized animal which ran out into the v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

THE MlPDLKIiURGH POST. T. H. HA RTF. R, Enr-rem a3 IWb, niiu:i:riif.', r.. .i.ix. :i. mz Our Government's raiti-tnuking exper iments have attracted u -great ilc.il of at tention itpioti scientific iv.cn all over Europe. The fan (if mi Kiigli -li steamboat coin puny is at tin" rate of s! miles for two cents. This ii probably tin; cheapest locomotioa ever known, says tin Chicago llr.,',1. Philadelphia is otic nf the gicat peanut mnrki to of the world, usually 1 i 1 r ilit n 7.VMi't bushels of tli: fascinating goob ers a year. Ilut last u-ir the crop was a vir'.u:il failuie. Tins olii'.'i al r p jr: of the H rl of iliriltli of tli" city of Now York show that tin re .1: 0 :ti,0 ) ) front -n 1 r tr t-r -i i -i t hoti-es in tint city, the number of f i'inliu-i suclterc 1 iu them be ing '-'"', Odd. Tli-ro ate I, .'J.'", (') people living in tcn'MCil li i it'i, mi 111. rri"irol 1 II, " H) ovi r 10). Tic: num ber of home worse! is "O J , inclulitig LTi'i children. A'i important disc v. ry ha...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

1 Sitr .vlrit I1 )Wii nil II., 1 eat in o l,.r ol IIP' o mi will. f t i ' ITO COH8KT8 OS GrAftTslRS. r Hundred Baltlmt-r Olrls Dlacai-d Thimu UssUas A-spandan.a. 1 I?ltlmor Mil., J-11. Miss Helen M. laitersms to this city to lake charge tf ttis S m I .-I unthiM rtt--artniAnr. nf lk fitnl pu-rsu-iii. ' -- 1 normal school. 8lie would not hr to any sceptlcm to her rule, which forbade any member of th class fmm joining in tlissi ercites unless corsetle and itarterless. Health wairts sntl elastic stock supports, fastened to the waists ah.l border of the rocking, were donned obediently by the pupil". That was last winter. Now the 3(10 young la lie of the Niate normal school of their own sweet will have discarded the cor set and theitarter as any part of the home, school or proruena le costume. FHTTIT TREES DESTROYED. The Heavy Ice on Those In This Beetle Working- Qreat HaTO Information from many point In Western Fennsylranla and Eastern Ohio Indicate! that much damage has been done to fru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

Published every Thursday. 7- H. BARTER, Editor ana Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per yeur. (whlrli mint bo tvilrt In a1vnnn wlirn writ ouf hIiIi1 tin" rounty.) RATES OF ADVIHTISINQ. All trnn-M-l-'til Hilvi-rfMi'iiifiitK not ntlierwlto roiilriwloil fur will ! tiiowri at tlie rule f l' pMitn rT 1 1 1 (iiiiimrlrl inriiniri" for first Iiimt tlon inn! in i i'iii t line f r vwry tmlwi ipn nl Insertion. Thursday, .Ian. 21, 181)2. Congressional Conferees. To THK SSVUKH Oil'STY I!ki i iii.H AN Committee : Your late action in providing for tlin election of Congressional cot, conferees liyn popular vote at tho primary ileetion has given rise to considerable comment, lioth nt liomn mill abroad. It is 11 move in the right direction, and i looked upon with favor by all but the political bosses and their henchmen. If you will yet give every voter an opportu nity at the primary election to make known ly ballot his first, choice for the district nomination anions all the catldi d.ites in the Held, ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

EricfFsm Hausa Earrick. CATARRH I a most lottthnome, dnngMrom, and preva lent malady. It Is a blood dieae, usually Of Bcrofnloaa origin, and tor Which local treatment Is useless, fie fore health is pos sible, the poison must be eradicated front ttic ijttrm, and to do this SUCCESSFULLY the disease must be treated through the blood. For this purpose no remedy Is so effective as Ayer's Barsnparilla. " For the past eight years, I hare been severely afflicted with Catarrh, none of the. many remedies I tried aflordlngme any re lief. My digestion was considerably Im paired, and my sleep disturbed by phlegm dropping Into my throat. In September last I resolved In try Ayer's Sarsaparllla, began to use It nt once, anil am glad to testify to a ureat Improvement In my henlth." Frnnk Teson, Jr., engineer, 271 West Fourth street. New York City. 'My daughter, in years old, was afflicted with Catarrh from hrr fifth year. Last Au gust she was TREATED WITH Ayer's Sarsaparllln, and after three months ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

V I I DEATH'S SHINING MURKS. BRITAIN'S HEIR PRESUMPTIVE ANDTWO GREAT CARDINALS DEAD. The Orim Monster Invade Thre Princely Homs. Duk of Claranc and Cardinal Manning and Simeonl No More. London, Jiin. V Albert Victor, theel.W on of tlie I'riiiru of Wu'e", Duke of Clarence and heir r iiii'ti v- to the throne of ire.it Britain, died Thursday morning lit Sand ringham. The night previous slight hopes for Ins recovery were entertained, hut nt 1 o'clock Thursday tn rniiiK there was a change for the worse, and from that tims the 1'ri nor mnk rapidly until the end came, lie was delirious duritu 1 : rt of 1 1 1 night, but recovered c ui 'iousucs before ho Jiel nd knew his condition. rmscr. oroitox; r i; r i ii'ck iiivkst ai.hi i.t, lira or h.iiiim . Theoflleial a nut of the death of the Duke pays tlmt the Kcv. I redoriok Ilorvey, dolui-stic chaplain to the Prince of Wales, read the pray, rs f. t the dying when the en I was licnr In the room were as-em!,! ' I the Prime and Priuoi of WaV. Princ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

REV. DR. TALf.UDE'S SERMON. K ECHOES Or TBI MOUNTAIN. 7b Sermon as DallTsred by the Eloqntnl Brooklyn Divine. TlSTt "Th tnvndino aaain oflh mount. iin.''-Eieklcl vll. 7. At last I bar it. The Bible has in it recognition of all phrases of the natural world from tha aurora, of the midnight heaven to the phosphorescence of the tum bling sea. i'ot tha well known sound that we call the Kcho I found not nntil a few dny ago I discovered it in my text, "The founding again of the mountain." That l the Echo. F.r.eklel of the text hoard it again and again. Horn among mountain, an I In hU jour riey to distant exile, he bad pasted among mountain, e,tvi it wa natural that all through hia writings there should loom un the mountain. Among them he had hoard the sound of cataracts and of tempests in wrestle with onk and cedar, and the voices of wdd boast, but a mm of ao poetic a na ture n Ki'kicl could not allow another sound, via., the Kcho, tu be disregarded, and he gives ua in our text The sound i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 January 1892

i full ) th. to K On Victor , the arm i Order of t. honorary L the tpriV or to Iiidin. kwil c The Chairmen Meet IT!.!. DETAIL! Or TIIKIK cosrr.iiKS e AT HUillfMU WI, .IAMAIIY "TH. Vl"fll till' r!i:l!llM'"MIU' ;iV;...,,... I'tit'siiiint to mutual nirri-riiicnt the K ptililicin enmity rhiiinimii of the I'itfhtoitith Congressional District '.ml ill the I'mli il States Hotel, Ilm -rislmi.', I'll , nil Thm sdiiT Jammry "th, at 12 o'cloi k, to dincuss plans for tnkiiii; some ai'tioit relative to fiit tiro CoiijfiTsioiml n :niii:it i us in this clistrict. Tho chuiriin n present wro Messrs. Howluml Thompson, of Mifflin ; H. 11. Dunn, of IIiintiniilon; 1. T. HiKiM. ot 1'iiion: (J. M. Wit mer. of Sny.li-r : W. V. Shirk, of .Til viiata, unl A. Ntvin l'ottieroy, of t'ritiiklin. The only absent nieinher was Hun. Scott Alexander, of Ful ton, v ho was pievintnl from heinjj Viesint on account of sickness. He, however, forvmiilcl a letter stating the i-s of Fulton county. On motion of A. Neviu Fomer...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 February 1892

1 THE POSIiM I hot :t ti nrKifM'"TlT it . ,, . t'oiiiTPT rtnff ii ' i ' '' .i('i it ,,t:tfr Ah I i.x.i . ,1,1 out.' " HUM ! .viihinj, J J, ' ' ' ro.t.btv- 'teMy THE POST In emvhutlrnlly NKWR I'AI'KH, for the I'eopU'and by the l'p"j)lo. Its col umns are nlw ay open for the discussion of fuph' ol luton-st to It patrons. VOL. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., FEBRUARY 4, 1892. t i s 'I '1 .1 ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST All Underwear nold at cost. Tn Casu Stohe. For special bargains on nboes, call on Runkle St Walter. Thia is the Reason of tho year for trout lo spawn. TLo "spring election" takes place Tuesday, Feb. lGth. If you pay as you go you will never owo for your subscription. With the ending of January day. light lengthened &t) minutes. The celebrated Pittsburg Stouies 4 for 5c. at Tbe Cash Store. Miss Annie Seebold, of Kantz, is the guest of C. C. Seebold aud fam ily. Lamp wicks dipped in warm vin egar, and dried before using, will not smell. Indian meal and vinegar, or lemon juice,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 February 1892

I 411 th nn Tin in "Mill T PlO' :tn" pot con Ml HI tov 1 Cf it fu Hi. tii. IV, 'l-r. . fo foi teni o A A1 lis th. paj lii C1, ro ., l'ues Uleetitie self will poin mitt An o III,' llMI IlllSilnr liliie.ly t'nlislill nil iiir.i. . 1 1 I 1 i. Ner.iiM o miiiliThil l ilN'N, ll;i Ills Mle Hint 11 leli( fret le. Ill t .Onilloli tiiall tit 11 I his lli lienlc, The Pns THE HIDDLKBUR01I IX)ST. T. H. IIARTER, Eon MIDIH.KKfJta. I'.A. A Kit. I. Wl. n strike of rhiladelp1;l;i com. .tors serves to remind tho world at there arc newspapers published rs. ' r. admission of .I;iy Gould to tho ffiurfctindri'd seems to put watered tock on a p;irit with aristocratic family stocks. Ff.vknty 1;iM'S nri lrn every minute. Oh, M.illhus, where I thy etlrg? Oli, I'r:i'l!aiii;li and lksanL whore is thy victory'!' MK!lfl. St.AVIS ASH MlTCIIF.t.t evidently belong to tin ifripatciic fchool of pugilist, h'tause thy do tiotblng hut walk around and talk. A owi many artiste who make money In art and spend it In whisky t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 February 1892

La Orlpr. Om DwmtM ink, 1 waa soa-a-sl Mf room with ib Grlppa. Tho Tr.aa.rat ol tha " Commercial AdTartlser" racommsnrt. 4 that I should try a bottla of "Ayer'a Cbarry rootoraJ," at l had enrsd klm of IU am complaint. 1 int for a batlla, and la two flajs I wu abla to mnni my bulla and am bow nttrly earod. At 1 took so other remedy, 1 bat grt all tha eradlt to tha "Cherry Pactoral." whlok I gratefully recommend as a tpoedj paolfla for thlt dlseas. Toora vary traly, . F. T. IlAnataow. rark Bow, Mew Tork, H.T A CApltal Idea for writers Kara a llttl capital to cash before you begin to write. tuck. niw'i Thlet We offer One Iltimlred Dollars rewnrd fro any rax of catarrh that e uaul be cured b taking Hall's ( aterrh (Jure. F.J. Lossst A l'o., iTop. Tulodo. O. We, the ond'rtlin'il. harw known F, J Cheney for the last 1ft yeans and heller Mrs pwfemly honorable In all Lu ineee transao Uana. and financially abla to carry oat any o niratfia aiiule by their llrni. 4?0? T0iL Wbolel8 Dmnrlnta, To...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 February 1892

i A ' Ills' Mils nin (oil e nil I iii- oi l r I Vcrv iv i, III lilM't J lils S '1 f III t ' UIM. " m. ,i in f r ol to. ill , r;v . ! ''Hi I'ai in.0 ' ' !"' SffiiWtkrsIf lost Published every Thursday. T-H. BARTER Eflitor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must be pilil in lulvnnm wtirn sent out side tti- rminty.) RTCS Of- AOVlRTIINO. All tmii v ut mwrtl'M'iii'iit. ht otlxrwl-"' wintmrtiMl f. .r will In-1 huryi'it nt thf rnte of 11 ii'iitu rr lliH' 'iMiiimri'l niiMimiri-i fur llrxt inner ti.in and in ri iili i r litu' for every milwiiui-nt Inwrt Intl. Thursday, Veh. 1, lS'Vi. Wr'.ttc-n fr Hip Vivt Popular Sovereignty. Vroo jjovi rnim -tit exists Imth in fiirt niul mime only when the people llio whole people-are sovoroipn. Iu a frro oountiiy, putty rulo becomes n necessity, the dominant party fcliiipim? public policy ami measures. The iloiniiniiit cr rulititf putty run only, however, insure ubsolute self rulo to tho people, if through its miimiriiK nt r in icliiiicry fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 February 1892

Brief Fnm Hansa Barrick Lister Kureut, Harper. Mer h.-ml ol ile leit snwtja on warn tsu feol lcit in unnoram wel.ltilalo.So kenna Bbior nimino oil Joh lir-va, mer net fort gtP, bin woo'h net oh foci K it het. De worebcit is awver, oh wo do wclclt ci-Rericbt in, butn not hnlvor leit ganunk mer miiwjj bin pooki woo mer will don fahlo lcit. Eh but not ganunk tnonsleit, net ganunk wibeKloit, net ganunk niaiilu un net ganunk boova. (lie doriel- -lo shtoilt nn iloric.b do sbtettlo up . wursbt HiiDa ilo.s ivvorull b'it falile. I) hbtora sin full good uti do hlitorc keener liucku tie helft fun dor tzoit derby niit nix tsu do os wonla farde ciiHtomerH cooniu tin era good kaw fa. Oil do wanlt im gonna l.iml bet ta gam a pawr dovnend customer mai far er sehapps drinka, un yiulcr porra bt gam a pawr dowsem g'maiiiH-gleeiler, jailor idioc-nliton bet guru en lot ortna, borfeenicbe tie huoo missa bovva fur dar winder ynder glirdcr sbtore date winclia os pawr dowHctid liol'i) liocliiclm room daida ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 February 1892

---s- t .- 1 ft Ol Victo. tlie arn. Order ot honorary thesprio ' to India, krtd . iiiaealiatbji PEACE NOW ASSURED CHILI SENDS DUB APOLOCtlES Anent th Attack oa th Sailor In Valparaiso. Ready to Arbitral if th Judrment 1 net Satisfactory. Washington. D. (',. Jan 30-rresident nanison furnished (Vntress with th final somepotiurnc in the rhili nff.iir, together with Chili's reply to tli ultimatum. His mem at accompanying the correspondence is as follows: To th Stnat and t!oit of Vyrrmtiirr. I trsssiuit herewith additional Corre spondence between the ilov.'rn'iient of t bill, conslstinir f a note of Mr. M " t'i ( hllean Minister at this capital, to M Bl una, dated January 23, a reply of Mr. ,,.nne thereto of rlat January h, anil a dispatch from Mr. Kgan. our Minister at Sauting.', transmitting the response of Mr. I'ereira, the Chilean Minister of Foreign AtTiirs, to tli not of Mr. Illain of January which wi IssrsMvwi by me on the 77tli nut. Tli note f Mr. Montt to Mr. Hlaine, thoihfh ils...

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