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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 December 1892

THE POST I not n "Onrun " i Frank Bowcrnoxjan 1, M, L. 13 of L00A1. INTEREST i -i aiaaaawaiaaw ' Vt next weok. Como and see ie follow never seem to have 1 ground until they are buried. ''and water woman and a se- are hostile properties. i F. E. Bower visited her er, Dr, Harris, at Lewisburg eek. X Tobia,of Hwinford, is con to bis bod with neuralgia of Bart. Irinking song, to be popular, J be written with a rent at I bar. It. Paul Billhardt has been suf- j from an attack of quincy, but iter now. ntzborzer soil Boys suits from xb up to 13 for $1 per Buit, and jr ones (brown cheviot) at f i.oii. n't suffer with indigestion, use Bs Mandrake Bitters. For by W. H. Beaver, Middleburgh, J. W. Sanipsell, CeutrevuUelJec, . J. C. Schoch, who has been I for several months, left for delphia yesterday for medical jient. She was accompanied jr husband. protracted meeting is iu prog t Zion'sU. B. church, conduct s' Rev. F. List, their pastor, uunion service was held at the (place by the pastor. it ...

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. — 8 December 1892

o I " ....... . I - 7 VHE LATEST 'NEWS JL'N FROM taplinl. I.aknr anil Iniliiairlat, I!t a vote of 120 to 43 it wis deeided to Continue the strike nt the I'pper ""d Loistt Carnegie mills, Pittsburg, Pa. A notice wns posted nt thn work of the I'otfstown Iron ( cinpuny, Hint from Ie cenibcr Uthe wnge of pnddlcrs would be reduced from M to 92 75 per ton. In ICC tO to per ton wm paid nt the work to pud dlers for the same work :hnt they are now to receive 12 7." for. The reason whv the Kii'cht of Jibot hi a (quarter ure to he moved from Phila delphia is Riven by Secretary Hayes. It is because of the ktatid taken by C lii f Justice Faxson in the llnmcsUal treason ease. The Thomas Iron mipi,ny blast fur nnccs nt Hcllcrfown, Fu., whs blown out yesterday, throwing fifty men out of employ went. 11c Icr's limestone ij iarry. employ ing f.fty men, which e.ipp.ied Hone fur the f uniaoe. is al-o i hised. An lMMMr In Vaoi The Hamilton Woolen Cnmpiuiy, controlling 16 milis at Amcsuury, Ma-s , hn inc...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 December 1892

I IZPAH ON THE-BOClT OMAN'S SUBLIME COUBAQB. r Tiimm From a XyplCSl moiuor I, look sirrveiori ana pran u jar mrr L tut mrlf. from thr hralnnxna of nar- F until iriVr rfrnpiwif upon them out of k-n. nnd svfrrfn ntitntr inr oimt or mm In rrt on f Aeni f'l nnu nor tht Deist or ftd by m'pAf." 11 Samuel xxu, 117. . Vagal "" nti anything Stiake Srmn or V.otnr Hu rolnn. After return- tfrorti th Holy land I briefly touched i i, I ut I must have a whole rrawn for scene. The explosion and IWsh of sun .lr haro driven nenrly all the beasts Llrl of prev trom t':ose reeiona. and the shriek of the locomotive whistle h i;ni! heard nt Jm-usnlern will for iiv miles arnun I cir Palestine nf cruel jw'and I enk. Hut in the time of the tent n reaions were populous wun multitude fknls aii'l linns, Heron ton of Hsul b-en rrucioel on n hill. Kimn win lier to two mi l a relative to five of the What h I tli hoys dona that tnev iM l mi'-ille 1? Nothing except to have n't istti-r n I ctnndfnthT. Hut now t the b...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 December 1892

aiiaoifuttri Publishe! every Thursday. T- H. HARTER Editur and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must be paid In ftitmnrft when sent oilt Hlile the county.) HATH Of AOVf RTItlNO. All transient arlvcitliomenta not nthcrwlw cimtracteii for will lie chawl at tlirate of 11 cent i"-r line inoiiimi ini-aanre) lor flit Inner- 1nn nml 10 cent per line f ir every BiilmpqiuMil uinTuon. Thursday, December 8, 1892. A Hermit's Life. JOSHUA (lOllSI CII, THE ECXESTRU." HEIl MIT OF I.OTK IlIDOK, S1SETY-THKEK VEAIIH OLD AND IiUHlES HIMSELF WITH fllAZY INVENTION. Tlio Hiintingtlon ooircHpoiulent of tho riiilmlilpliiii Thing is renpon hiblo for tlio following which n pcuieil in tho Sutnliiy morning -ili-tion : Jut lx -yoinl Ihu iiorlhfiihtrni lim its of IIuiitiiisl"ii borough, in ft ih-iiMo unci thickly nettled spot on Lock ltiiU'c, lives tin oil hermit w1iom recent ricitics lmvo liintlo him u familiar liguro for ninny, many years. Joshua (Joj Huch wiw lioru in No vember, not nmro than n ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 December 1892

9 bin? u 1 0( ndft pric it stor Dm. 31 ii till: 5.1?. IDC one, 'iit., Oil, loir e tc com riif liitt ink Hi. 1.1. iff 'SS- ire lie Rlr , I At fa r ?rjY V-J -I; 2; ViefFcm nana Earrick. f k Kernal Harper. ;nueh iter rever tlruvva. Wo oh ich bliva mum con ich ilero i'wgii, awer ich will brovecra en Ri orga un Lamo cooma won 1 wnbler de liOUFC-butz wapoh I! r sin now oil tloh un fiin lri:"li good g'fixeil, awer won bo good warn dcr rover drunna i DcniAKrawdn utm farnlipra-lui clitrt lota fun dcHerter. jawgain iinf yobrwiue on daw el inio wardt oh are now is. Ks tt woll bo hi. E LuHHfled on iow iiirdihonkcrt far on iluwlt-r Bna un won are uuch fed hup It w art don w ase dcr leob Qud so furdcoLa con. la inich Biona. In 180 we de IcaiiB in power cooma Biu Lov Latno-camoeLtue ilexnaluiHsii Dra, un do brech-awgla lien toU do howd hLier fun mere gu :ed. Sdlti molila but iner en ho . dawler gieokod far iui aruft Kit anci. uu en uawler word feci wardt. Tr.oc.lter woio tawolf cent oh pooixl un !...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 December 1892

I TUEMlDDLOURGIirOST. T. B. HAKTIR, Edit a ra'n. MlMM.KfHT.f.. I'A.. PYX'. , 1x02. A new Methodist Episcopal Church la sSelr.g built at Glasgow, Montana, the eearcst church being 267 mitei away. English cattle brooder are agitating a bill against American stock, providing (or the quarantining of alt live cattle. What the Now York Independent term an mid story comes officially from Harvard Collegothat the most noticeable dct'irinicy in candidates for admission it good English. The different railroad operating ia New Ycrk City carried more than 417, 000,000 passengers, receiving from them in five-cent fares the nygrcgato sum ol '."., 382.J.S7. The water of L ike Michigan como underground from the Kocky Mountain, says the Chicago Herald. They must din dctp into the bosom of the earth, nays thu doubting Bo.slon Transcript, when they cros tho Mississippi. The establishment of nine postofflce delivery slu'ions in various parts ol Philadelphia has been followed by the saving to the departm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 December 1892

I f ill Mr. Joteph tlemmerlch V,oM soldier, came not of th War greatl Jebled by Trkl4 Fever, and after being ar:on hospitals I hn doctor discharged bins Incurable with CenaaraMl.a. He baa beta "poor health si nee, until be began to take lood's Sarsaparilla 'mediately his coiiith grew lonaer, night Mi craned, and be retrained Rood general ,1th. II. cordially recommends Hood's Bar. Wrtlla, especially to coiurmlei In the O. A. It. .V. rillicyre HsMtnal Conatlpatma byre fern twrWtalUo at-leia of lb alnnentary canal. P X I' 4 DR.KILMCR'8 R fl a. IV bu n e a . Jney.tlverand Bladder Cure. Ilhcuimitisiii9 ' abaao. pnln In Jnlntsnrback. brick diisttn rw. frequent calls. Irritation, hitlemnOoo, ravel, uloenilioii or catarrh 1 bladder. jlsorilcrctl Liver, rmlnvl dliroatlnn. gmit, hllltnua.heariarbe i W 1 l-ltOOT pun kidney difllotiltlee, a. aUrtppe, urinary txoul.hs brig-tit dltea ' Impure lilood, C rof ula, malaria, genn weakness or debility. As.raalee fee etmtenfe of On UnUl If ao bM M, liru...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 December 1892

American Cholera. torn the "Pnily rteYclile." Whatcom, Wiwh. "T. C. Burnett, the democratic anlilate for KberiiT, was taken vio- loittlv ill at Clai brook. He ha J all tb.o nymptomn of Asiatio cholera, ami for an hour or two it wan feared lie would die. They finally i?ave him 11 done of 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Keniedy, which revived him until a physician m lived." ,That in precisely what thu manufacturers of that medicine iecommed for cholera. Send for a physician but Rive their medicine until the physician arrives. If hohrn bncomes nrovalent in this countrv next sununer this prepara tion will bo in great demand because it can always be depended upon. For sale by O. M. Khiudel, Middle Lurch, and Dr. Sampsell, Tenns oCreek, drugRists. Dec. KUA.TZEUVILLE. lJutchoiing is in full blast, but the report of the heaviest porkers has not reached us yet.... The comet neatly soured some of our people out of their wits, but it catno and went and the earth "still stands". .. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

.'J POST fTHE POST MeM1jr NKWS f.irtlw Pcnplenn J'poplc. II col- H(ivoiwn for mtin of ui n ot io IU patron. 11 IHYtTll"l II l(V.., And nover Rom 0111. Otmr.iiiUNSIelrriilnrn lW Hulmcrlptluufl.M) year. uer. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDElt CO., PA., JANUARY fi. 1893. NO. 1. 3 of LOCAL INTEREST Wnasteil is crowded out this I Paul Billhardt left for Akron, i week. oaster J. W. Swart is con t the house with a bad cold. 3. S. Sehoch is confined to m from a severe attack of r J. C. Schoch, has returned Viladclphia, but is notl much )d. Sev. Neff. who is visiting hor Jordon, Pa., for her health, ving. "a number of our young folks 1 the musical convention at xg last week. Pnf nr. of Swinoford. is sell nilro afnnlf nf Merchandise .It U avwvn " I Come and see t there is no lout it. You will get bar- fT.' i lellie Stahl and her husbuud ther.'C. A. Millhouse, of , spent Ithe holidays with fiu Franklin. i i V. Bloss. of Hobbio. Suy 'lr. ends us rmv for his own - y - r - . rash in advance for a new I s the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

11 A PALACE OF PRAYEB. La j in the Corner Stone ol (treat Cathedral. It Will Cost $10,000,000 and Take Twenty Years to Build. Tba corner stona of tta Cnthmlral of ft. fohn tba l)iviur, in coursa of roostruetlon at tba corner of MorningsiiJe aul A muter lam ivcauif, New York City, has Just bn laid with nimple but imirssia ceremonies. ( .'i'iiotly I elf, aro 'll)lll"H. ,t tack ol "is life. V- A ni I'a" w"' ' 008 . t hit ca tructu' America. The I 'fli.iin were he cr a tent. ynl Je aeverity of t net -yiry, crn tl in tlx I t 81 V "of i crow. liO rnprmic fur i i it In known ilV ol Kt. Hie day wa particulirl the In) lug if fie corner si in tlicl chiiruli ni'ii l-r Vihn Ahe Kviinji'li-t. J lie c)riii)r ti:i" t.i in the cuutml a ii-nkel r.n.f It wan built li qilttfrt of tlu t.Mit ii-vle. twenty leet hi'.i. An iilatlorin Inur f.'ft ln;n on wliii-h wi-re rmlio, t 'otter, tin cleriry of the il,. ., vi'ituu 1'Hiiop. the and priuiiiiiMiit inviti-1 (.'umui. inepiiin .nil oiii I iii'foni no lute rx...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

DR. TALMACE'S SERMON. rtE BROOKLYN DIVINES BUN DAY BERMON. oi Among tha Aes Gone. Past and f TtxT: "Conn'drrlhn ymn of mnnygen prof mat." Dtuteronomy ixxii., 7. A l-toMoHe last nl-rht, whlla 11 munr joo l rssotiltt wtsra wstcbinjp, an old frit-nil ass I rait of our homt and stranrar rn- tred. Th frin I maklnz Tal1ictnry ft Iftl.'; Hi stranr'r arriving l IS'. Tha s'.l fpir I w garrulous wltli tha occur- tcnces ii. mill day. but tha ttrantrer put in flu jit over hi nn iu sat l tiothdnz and fernctl charged with many srcr.tt and mya- rn-. 1 rllil not rtttitr ilia doparturor ltr arrival, hut was soua I asleep, thlnkinr jhrtt was for ms th bpr war to be wida iwskenow. Ilnodhv. 1J2' Welcomf, 1S:W! -, A nn nnny In divide I into hrlealit. and Vvinientssn I eonpantes, an t they oltserva Jus orr In thoir march and thir trand la fisjestic. so the tim of the world's fxist piice ii divided Into an armv tlivinsly cotn nndcd: tha eras nra tha bria la, tha cen turies are tha reitiment", and tha year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

t Sfet pVDlelmrgli lost Publinhoil every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editur and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mint Ik nnlil In Rc1vnon when urnt out- sMo tlic county.) RATES Of AOVlRTItINO All trnnsetent n.lvertlsomeMs not fitliorwl"" intr;.le. f..r W III he elnii'-'l nt tin-Pile of 11 ills mt line (inpi irlel iin'ii.nir'O fur first Insi-r- CVlll Hil l 10 Cents JT lllir f"r I'Very ttlseillent insertion. . Thursday, .Jntiuaiy 5, ISM. Tho New-Born Year. Wrlt'en f'ir Hi-' I'mr. Another niile-stono on our life'tt journt y linn been passeil, ami wo bc :iii the journey of another year. KiKlitct ii lltimlrt-1 iiiul Ninety-Two is now lniinlii'rcil muonj tho yearn of tin hoary p A nnl it reoonlrt mo liU-il away in tho an-hives of eter nity, mul wo w li-onio with ili liht tho new-born nn of Time. Kiuhteen lluiiilrt'il ami Ninety-Two has cluon iel.'.l impoi t.int events, ntnl lias wrnjiped up in its foMn ileitis that will lrin kj us a harvest of rejoicing or of silliness. We are n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

V TAXTONVILLE. Our Christmas entertainment in the Evangelical Church proved a bucccbs. Every person seemed to be pleased with it, especially Grand pa Caslleton and his grand children, and Uncle Lijah ond Aunt Susan. Santa Claus seemed to bo very lib eral to our little folks this year.... Grant Brunner, Clinton county vis ited his pnrcuts over Christmas. . . . Ira J. Harnor, of Blooinsburjr, l'a., spout the holidays with his parents. He has changed somewhat on the upper lip since we saw him last, but nevertheless ho is a lino youns man Miss Kate 8. Jiowcrnox who is attending school at Bloom sburp, Ta., spent her vacation at homo and seemed to enjoy herself very much . . . .Miss Laura Harncr left for Shn mokiu on Monday, where she in tends to stay this winter. We all felt norry to see her leavo home again. . . .Allen Gilliam, of Shamokin visited relatives hero a few days 11. A. M. Harnor, of Hastings, l'a., is visiting in this vicinity. Ho ex poets to make his home hero in our town by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

THE M1DDLKBURGH POST. V. B. IIARTER, EDrrea aud Pr Minni.r.urn;. r... jan. y- "A lew years ago, American-made violins were hooted at and culled fiddles. To-dy, liowti the Boston Cultivator, they rival thosn ma lo in Kurope aud an fouud in our best orchestras. The discovery of a now chemlc.V compound for the reduction of refractor) res promises, announces the St. Louis. SUr-Sayings, to materially increase tin sit put and conao piently lower ilic price of silver. Tbfl lUltiniore A merit: tn tltirik it has found a way of restoring baseball to the confidence of tho American people. It remarks Unit tho only way to elevate the game and mako it once mores popular "ii to weed oat from the raiks of the play crs all men who arc u disgrace to it.' Tho Scientific Commission appointed to select a site for a new capital for Ilr i ml, consist of five civil engineers, twe astronomers, a tiiitvir.it i"t und n espcrt in hygiene. The commission has startc 1 for the cert nil plateaus of the rcpuli'ic, ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

I .1 r .ro il te iur ed, i). ' "1 :' l.e ) '" tm 1 M tii.t j II t : ..(it ll S ' l' " lv-:.l, .fill, k ta; I . tin J llli! 1' , tllllH , ml t k id Ooi'i 1 iivtii larlrl 1 I.." 1. :;!' of til' ,. met 1.11 1' I tlifc i;a..: 1: -l Jin il i.h't '' : man - j , lc"r" v il.--.' I .' nni'M i.'ii'-,! -tt i if ; , icll :ioiigl-!' Tl.in' :b ' . In ',;' I try k . tiiat r 1 otii'1'', , VllllP ldl.lt"' fiiiur, id vies rrt" al use w J. HOMESTEAD. BIS BEVIEW OF THE AFFAIR FBOM A MILITARY STAND POINT. Complimentary Reference lo th Work of the National Guard With Rome Plain Talk About the Iimi Cane. Adjutant (ienernl lirwnlanil ha just ra-n-itetl the minimi report uf Major Oneral Snowden, uf the National uanl of 1'enn lylvania. After giving a history of the par tial movement of troop lo support thf Sheriff of Allegheny county In Hurt to tflpprew the disturbance at Homestead, and referring in a complimentary manner to tlx tiprditioiia transportation of troopt by Quartermaster (ietieral McClellan and t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 January 1893

Sale Register. Prnn irrttlnff ther Mil m-tntrd at this nfttrf will have their notice, rnrrlcd in the date ot Uie iu.de In to It column free lit charge. Tiip1:it. JunnnrvHt. Kllr.nlictti Weller. Admln- nit'rli of ivii r Weller. htlw of Wnxlilnirtnn w p., dee d, w ill ol! the renl unci personal lironorlv t Kiil'l rteeced on the old home-1 atfitd.1 miles How Ii of MtddlvliurKli. Saturday. Fetinwrv J.V Theodore Erdlcy will -ll nil lit live Kto. K itini tannin 1 tnt-tiii t on trc iriiii"i In vidilKiTrcu low itsin . 11 mil" i' i -I oi hi met s tinnvii. 'IVodtv. v.iP-h 14. .fiiiioti ll.issinff.T ntid Jacob 1 I, MiMlrr w ill N'll live KUK k hiiiI nirinliitf nn- plemcnlM fin the 'J'roxckllle rmid " inllin viitrcviiin. Chicago California. The Atchison, Topeka it Santa Fe TJaiiloiul hat jiibt placed a new and improved trnin nervice between Chi cnao nml California. It i nn entire ui'W train comported cxelunively of Pullmnn'H newent caiH.tonether with ! ho free reolininsr cliair car, dining car,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

- 4 . lFrok Bv.weroxJan 1. "THE POST t fmphntlrnlly ft N KWS PAFKHi for tlif- People nd by th I'pojiln. K col nmn am nlwayp oirn fur f h dlvwwlnn of topics of lntcf-ant to Its patron. vol. ; ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Read S. Weis' advertisement in tbia issue. It ia important. Dr. J. W. Orwig and wife are visiting; tlioir daughter at Hartleton. Misses Olive Rcnninger and Lillio Spaid are visiting friend in Selins grove. Mrs. II. II. Grimm and daughter Lizzie visited relatives in Adams burg, over Sunday. Miss Lou Miller, of Broekervillo, Pa., is visiting at tlio Eagle Hotel, Swineford, Pa. Mrs. Alico Laytcn recently visited her brother, J. C. Buflingtou and family at York. Dress goods day at the Central Dry Goods Store, Selinsgrove, Sat urday, Jan. 21st. The County Auditors met in their olliciftl capacity last week to square up -the county's finances. Mrs. Susan Spencer, of Mifllin burg spent last week with her moth er Mrs. Andrew Kratzer, of Fraukliu. Samuel M. Campbell and wifo, of Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

BIRDS IN THE BIBLE. nrv. vn. talmaqe's BGRMON. - Heboid the Fowl of the Air, Baya the Scripture. Lesson of Their Flights. Tho bpu it of Ood Gentle Dov. . . TrxT: "JlfhnM thr fon t of the air Matthew vi., art. There i silence now In rll cur January ,""." enpt en the wini tthi-tle through the bare branches. Our port!. em witod fire dewrted mnwrt hall. Th organ loft in the temple of nature nr ImnnlrsK. Tree huh wire full of rsrol a-id rairp and chant re now waiting for the comin back of rn h plume nn, wnrhiiug voio, soloe, i:ts. iiiarfnt.-, cantata and To Dcums. l ut the Hible I fn'l of bird nt all lovon-, nd rrni'heta nnd patriot and apostles, and l.'l ro t llirmrir, eiiip'or them for moral an I religion purpose. Mr text Is nn ejr.lrrt from th m rin.,11 on the inium. end p-rhap It wasnt a inimipiit when a tlflc of linls Hi w past thnt Christ wtvisl His hind toward 'hem and siiid. "Hi hold the fowls i f the air!" And w in this course of sernom on tin I i vt rytthi re I preach to von tl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

4 t HE LATEST NEWS Mres During the past yesr 4,000 miles of main rck have been added to the lnimfne rail ay mileage of the United States, according to the Chicago Unit mitl Ayr. This mileage consists nearly altogether of extension ol old roads and the construction of branches and feeders. In aldition to this 4.0"0 miles track-laying la In progress on 500 more. In Pennsylvania IMC miles have been built and thin In exceeded by only one other State thai if Washington, whose record is H20 miles, 37 Koaiw in thk Ki amxo Co.wijitr.--Tlm Philadelphia nud Heading Hailrond hat soul in its report to the Secretary of Internation al A ITnir, which shows that they opcratt 37 railroads, and nf these M urn directly un der i!" control. The gross earning fr tht I :it liscal year weie t H2.H'!4..';lfl, and sum cf II,8.VI,1M was rtqir.red to o?rute It. Art b bald's mill at Pandas, Mich., am) the elevator adjoining it wus totally destroy d. Loss, tiOO.OoO. The foundry of the Hob. ns.oi Ilea Manu factur...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

ptiilflmrrj! "flush Published" every Thursday. T- E. BARTER Editor and Proprietor, Subscription 1.50 per year. wulch must be ivdii in ailvntice hrn sent out Hl'lt' I lit' rimiily.) RATES OF ADVIRTISINO. All ( r:inn 1 1 1 f mtvertNcment't nut otlicrwlc fontr ic.., f.ir til In-1 li;in,"i h! III" rut" of 1.1 Ci'iils or line (iMii.nrl"l mo iiirc fur llrl Inwr ttoii mul 10 cent per II ( for every miliRenucnt Insertion. Thursday, .January 12, ISO;). The Republican Party. How shall' c.v is tin1 Men Unit 1e eiuise tin- ')nl)li aii party linn mif fercil one of the greatest "li fi-uls in its history, it in on tlie eve of disso lution ! Tin if arc mm Unit proph esy tliut tho K, 'publican :irty will never present another Presidential riiii'li'hite, l,it tin y ure either very thoughtless or hrng;;ii ts. It is fi'linitteil on till hi.les that tin' :ili-ni bing itifstion of the re eeiit I'linipnign was the tariff. Though other issues were lit httike, this one trre.it problem W:is enough to oc cupy...

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