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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

' ( LI Brief Fum IIati3a Earrick L.IK.VKK KKKXAL llAKbFK. Eu Froiliehen Ni Yobr tsu eioh oil! Icli winch oieli oil gKiinlhoit un en longca leva. Of eourso ich ooiiH eich winelia iiwcr eer mist hoI ver ilc fore norgn oh oors Kiotkod. Kn hnrlu'li yohr eoomed fool ilrulT nw wo eein solver inaueht. JIown un iiiirt-furKooiisht briugt neemoud har Holikoit un won iih iVh rich oil on dowscud mold winclm. Dor mon woo on rouho woch Hi bocvil Lewd uslit far ku un wo hi michber K'nonkt wardt in dor boll usbt wilo uro not uuch sinorn noliou pulawfed is warra, con not foelhailichUoit hovvii. (iiislitadoom is harlichkeit nolver won oh roobt fiinditonnn in, nwer os doonu fool es favfultfii mit bona uu inisfargoonsht. Soil is not do rocbt sort hbtuft. Ich bob ahunt ordlieho boofor greeted in tiara wtldt, un icb hob my mind about uiT-p;niauohod os yadcr obbor Brooked si bulonniiig ,rnwd dob far hi Holdochta, hooIiu. Ni Yobr is on goode tzeit far lvver i booeh gooka un hi accounts utV- cttla mit dor w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

THEM1DDLEBURGII TOST. T. B. II ARTE ft, Etrre apd Taa'tt. Minni.Kr.cjKiH. pa., jav 12. All of Routhern Mexico it now opcocd up to Northern capital and enterprise. The navals vessel cow lie'ini? Con atructcc by our Government will cost 53,000,000. There is a tremendous agitation in England against the use of canned foods from America. The Chicago San avert that the ex traordinary supply of all kind of run terial in making speculation almost nn impossibility. Americans huvc often marveled that members of tho British House of Par'.iu tnent wear their hat during sessions. Blackwood's Magazine solve the mys tery. They have nowhere else to put them. Inr.'ustrial enterprises iir" being placed upon a stock basis, ho that any one who lifts money may invest it safely utul in a jMiying way. "This is co-opcrution," adds the Chicago Sun, "but without tiiu lolialiHtic fejiturt." The census report state. tiint 29.T.7 per cent, of the farms of Iowa uro hired and 70.43 per cent, are owned by the per...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

1 1 Nenilthe rirtahr fllspatell. ft not i n V '"ti'n'na I Ht iieir, ,nt mora ixv :mI ifl'rni'i'l'' ari'l mcIi'sIt IwiiirM a-iower In H rr "ram thai In nv oilier nfn. ...or In t!i' wtm of II"" itoinlrj. I. very 'lr ri'mli it, ererbo(ly u'lvertinisj' lit it! o !imll ""' flr.tt appliH to sewinj much lues til tCl, CU pnew"(i RnoHcm ai, TitornM for Oo"i1n. ' ol'lnann1 U f'l'T hrost TmiiMe. Cr,M mlm-iitiy n jr Har0 ftttritr Ifaifllrted with aoreejrea na I)r. laui Thomt kip's Epr-watar. liruuirlstsaMll at-': pur bottle. fooFmade me sick -:''rt I lis I paif In my tvn kawtrlvM.lhrn fii'it f.flliim a' t luntoimn.il. ninl wlii-H t vnnM em. tin- f.rit t i'' wo i..l pii m ! -stilly alck. f cn imf I Hill ilimn r.,,il,i;v. atvl Uwl II". My w.fr ami family worn om li nlauiiist ami I c ju i '.-l my may on -ar'!i rt i iM h" n'lorf . Hut it fri II I : I We I I"' tO tllk !,mI Na M'rl!li mn'j km'i my nii'tlt rMI1" ft1, ll-li . I aril ll''n ii won. . on' list res, RilM'"I iw-n in'fi l a wi-'-k. I took li...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 January 1893

KREAMER. T Black-RinUliH ire now having their barren t. . . .Tuoinna Bickel, of Ohio, is tinitintf friend and relatives in this vicinity.... West. Keeler upon the holiday, among frioml and ac quaintances here. When ho return ed to bin home in Johnstown he found hin yoiinpcst sister dead ... West. Pawling, of Nebraska, in here and will spend the winter anions our people. . . .West. Wagner and family, of Nebniskn, are visiting their form er homo. West, is a man of plunk and in prospering on Nebraska soil We hear that John U. Deimer will soon sport a statTas he is grand pa.... Annie Mover, of Swincford, spent several days with C. A. Moid cm'. . . .The literary society is boom ing... As a result of our national election the Di-tmnies are expecting times under drover when the roast ed doves will fly into our mouths, while the 'Publics anticipate a time when there is no money here to buy any doves at all. BEAVER SPRINGS. HOFFER. Mr. Albert Snook, wife and son, of Spring City, visited frie...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 January 1893

K f mnhnttratlr a NRWS l'AI,KI.I'",hereoplpn(t tr the Voplp. IU col umns are lwy npf-n fr Hip dlwiiwlnn of topics of Interest to IU patrous. fa tinf ftnrtfiy(i N. ltwino"-.iUf. ,'t. II lirvorrtiMlifM (nruf, ' '( Atl(lln'v.T toiiloirt, .', ?' ' fttiiirantiMHl tMriMitarii IMA ' ' 0 i JM 8ulcrtptUnU.w ywr. i in fill a - n v x vi ih k- -i-r f mi r v sr ''A. t- a.. "-. - rr m a 7 1 n 1 w .: .-r x . x y k1. it k . -f. x f.n 1 1 . 1 1 z1 v w-$n 1 & owe-, ftwrcs m mm u in, inn. mm.? t i mot VOL. 30. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Ten degrees below zero. This is the season of the year for trout to spawn. If you foil to get your paper reu larly advise us. S. F. Doibert, of Orbisonin, Pa., is bere on a vinit. A difference is already perceptible in the length of the days. T nnv flin liirOiost. rnnli nripn fiir a!1 Vitila nf f lira Tt flnvT7tirnnrn DroRH irooils dav at the Central Dry Goods Store, SelinHgrove, Sat urday, Jan. 21st. John F. Kichter and wife, of Se linHgrove, were the guosts of Prof....

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. — 19 January 1893

jiro COLD WEATHER EVERYWHERE ICE-LOCKED DOAT3. Even Ocean iSners Cannot Erave the Heavy Icr Fire. Nrw Yoi.k. It has len limn' years since th hm bors ami river of this c ty have leen so thoroughly blocked by ire as nt rcriil. So dense and compact ii- the moun tain of ice wiilgrd in the Narrows by (he el.li of the tida tluit no boats have dared to fore a tt;e there to-day, and even tlie most powerful ocian liner would long he!, tate before trying to force her way through the ice barrier, Perry-heats run along on a po-as you-plcase plan. The ice ft. - have disnble I 2."0 out of .') j tug bonis in the New York fled. Almost nil the dry docks in tlii city, Brooklyn and Plaien Inland have been forced to suspend wo k. Hctwcen the Vpper Harbor and the Hook there is no less than 10 bonis (;it in the ire. They rati neither come in nor go cut. The f l.oonrr Trick"! win crushed in the he in the Nonh river to-day. I nn. no I rnr a. Ti n I'daivare river is froen over. b:irr lig ti.e lv ige of ship...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 January 1893

li , It un led L-lllP' Llf 1" VII. ' elf ;ir 1: ot: in ' ;iv ri-r for ;.i. t iiifl-t,a.- u -1 1 IMf n-arc lict: 1 SP irire" iltubil THE BIBLE'S GREAT CIRCLES. OUB OOOD AND EVIL ACTIONS. Dr. Talmait Freaohee Sermon in tht Sunny Bouthland . Tmt: "ft it tl that nitteth upon Ih tire r nf Ih tnrth." Isaiah j. While yet pr-opl? thau'it that the world wn tint, and thousands or year he fore they found out that it was round. Isiiah, In my text. Intimated the simp of it Uo I sitting iiihiii tu cirele of the earth. Th moi tie.autiiul lU'ir In all e?o.ntry u the circle. Oil tnnl llio tniiversi on the plan of arr. Tn-re nr- in th natural world rtrni-jtit lin--s, jit?', pr:lelo;r i-us diaif. una.--, ipi-i'lran-le, bu: ill .-a pvnl.-nilr are li i it Una's fnvurit --a. Almost every whir where you will llu 1 Itim geom itrinn; yon find the oirele i1.--iiitiant. an t if not tha pin-lr. then t-ie r irv-v whleii ta a circle th it ii-d youn . If it lis I lived lu-j enonli it would have b:"ii a full nr!i ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 January 1893

Publisheil every Thursday. T- H.MTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year (which must t nl1 In advance when sent out Md; the county.) ft ATtS Or AOVIKTItlNO. AH trsntclent advertisements not otherwise f'Uitrueteii lor will tx- ehirifcd nt the rate of n fenta per line n'mparHl inenmire) f-r first Inner Won and 10 cents per line for every sulmctuciit l.i vrt inn. Thursday, January li, 1893, An Incident In General But ler's Life. When Bern. Butler was about 10 years oil lio entered iliocollego nt Waterville, Muss., now railed Colby's Vniversity. It seems that ho had no love for the C'alvinistic doctrines which were taught to tho students constantly. Ho further had the uni versal htudetit H honor of chapel. Oue Sunday a professor preached a strong C'alvinistic sermon, netting forth that onlv the elect would bo saved and that only one out of hundred professed Christians were among the tin t. The next day But h?r drew up a formal petition to the f.iculty. In poi ii poti s le...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 January 1893

Brief Fum Hausa Barrick Lieveh Kernal IIabdeh. Do gons Hawaii Burriok delegation is cm ledslita SomshdAwg dor Sola Rever runner cooina. Mer in oil loos gnlu8t warra ulT parolo ho wo ho old do solunwdti Lamo g:o lien l"-sft dorich der greek. Eb mer Iooh ctm win hen mere oil cu beevil aid ueiuma iniBsa de DemngrawdiHb jmrdy uunershtitHa bo long oh mere , i ft i i en Hiiinu nen. ien hod ho nwer g'fooled. We iek my aid g'numma bob kov irk lowd 'yaw" g'miwd un derno dobber "nic" tsui mer nelver, En karl oh shunt no long in bolidix is oh ien, uiuo hoi oil uo gruiuniu draya wisHa. Sell is do sort aid oh oil do groHsn politirkner keitzadawgs neiutun won bo in ollioo gW-kworn wnra. So gjena in en catnpnign mit du neck full Hckniultz. Won nell oil van.lt don Inula bo en niukr nkpoa nouck ho oh won inor en bawm urn iiocjTM, un bo uouiit ho aw Ins tier bawm foiled un es Hcblitnskt in, der bawm foiled" do kelft tzeit ivver du line. Won der bawn rerbt foil don nin ho groHHO politirkner uniel da l...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 January 1893

THE M1DDLEBURGII POST. T. H. ITARTF.R, Edit! aud r'. M I III.K Jit" R ; 1 1. I'.V. JAN. I '. Hfti. The Chicago llerill has discovered that every President of tho I'nitc I States so far ha" cither ben a lawyer, n soldier r both. Washington, William II. ILir-ri-mn, Tivlor in I liraut wero soldiers; M an roe, .farso:i, l'ierce, lliye. Gar. Held nud IS njn nin II irrisnn wert sol liiTi nml law ycrs, while nil the rest were lawyers The New E uglnn 1 Mates, it In r-ow allege I, will have 'l surplus npple crop of probably :!i)H,')i). barrels, inl New York may have s irplus of tiJO.OOO barrels, all of which will lip wanted in the Wi"t, where till crop is very saort, althoti gli a few years ago New England hail to depend almost entirely upon Michigan mid a fo .v other Wcsteru State' for its apples. Say the American Fanner: A farmer will r,ru a:ble ab nit -ty In a fe-v dollar yoar to get jnn I raids, yet pay hun-llt-ils of dollars a yen lucisli for de- hh lauon o. vermes which are knockc 1 to...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 January 1893

1 ntRKkrttn no comet will bo cod. ltdered genuine unless the name I llown In the bottle. Tnie volunteer Catitnet makers are oov bavin? their Inning. Itendllie PlHstiurc Iliannli-Y if not nn'v contains a'l li uric, but mnrt nssrlsl trlenrn.lil- nml eselnsiv fentiires .' in It. rn'nmti tlmn In nv nlhtT news lil'T In till seetliiii nf Hi" Mimitry. Mrv tsl' rends " fverylio.ly ml vert., s in It: a dioultl )"" Liverpool Is Kiitf. ami's must over crowdod tiiy. THE ORIP l.rft m tcrrilily weak fsmditkm; mjr brallu nearly wrecked. My iiwt tt ns nil tone, 1 hail nirenwii. Mi Mretl all the Ume( "ad 'NtKniiilj ruarii.tf noises I n tn y tend, liko a waterfall. I aW hail severe licidneltes and severe sinking Pain l "'V Htumiti it. I.... ..I ... ...... I, butit II....r Krpari1. fifyW&mVfaM U. I coii'lmlud U try I:. . iVa4rJ All the dl Hirri-. ul.lo ef- "lo " fn ti iif tlictlrli'nre nne, 1 nm fnefrein riln and Ins. nml beleve llii'l' S.tri..nrill.i 1' HOOD'S CORES tuirl' i-nrnm my catarrh. I re...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 January 1893

TItOXELVILLE. By all appearances, th Oulf stream which wan claimed a few years ago to have left its position, and that we would never have any cold winters anymore must have slipped back again, for we are just now having the longoet cold snap in tho remembrance of our oldest in habitants Harden Utah left for Huntingdon county, where he has s oc u red a job at driving team for II. V. Troxell.... Abraham J. Has singer, wife and two children, of Halstead, Kansas, mingled among fiicudd at tli in place last week. The only change the eleven years of bis absence brought about are the sil very streaks in his flax, which are beginning to be very prominent Our school directors have decided to build another new school house next summer. There will bo a lot ting for tho same held on Saturday, Jan. 21st, I8'.):i, in tho school house iu this place. Specifications can bo seen iu the store of Ooss Si Mattern iu Troxelvillo at any time The bears will undoubtedly have along lcht as the snow is to dee...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 January 1893

I - - -, . ... ". .. . ' . . . VOL: 30:;: i : , - - . ITEWS of LOOM, KiTEIttSt . ' Tl) re8Mit year wilt Lav 8 Sun days.', r '' ' .. v ",V T '". rIlr. KjflneOn4 to Gordon,' to isit bis wife who in, reported worse. " , Ladies, "find- Misses find lephjr 5 cap almost given, away, for nothing at Ituakla & "Walters; . ' Vf '' 'Mittbnburg is gettitigater works.- They aro pipinflfuiromUie urancu fiv niiles distant as the boa flics.',' ( K- ..Mrs. Svmrd. . wife of ou friend ' ItV. MB. Spayd, hf Halifax, paid her runny friends hralnutl a yisit ' '.' Just week, ', w r, ": '.X lt your jwtatoos' Ifozeui rob.!c ' them in pan of cold water several '-, hours before you put them over tb dare for boiling, .i-'f, i. ? - We have, suits foie . littla. -wo, toil .'Vdterfl' Tou fond'uiOlLers' comeVid -.. ceo'ur dUa'of .all grades . and AlJ ' &te4X Knnkle Walters. ; l ', '. , ; Mrs. Wm. Dreose, of Adamsburtf, , ' her on jPrnnk, of, Philadelphiaj and ,VMisi Jsettie Spetslit, pf AdaniBburjf, vinitod ...

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. — 26 January 1893

DEATH TO THIRTY PEOPLE. THE AWFUL RECORD OF AN Accident on the Big Four Ilallrcad Alton Junction Caused by an Open Switch. I At the Alton Junction, Alton, 111., on Paturdny, .To people were either killed out right or fatally injure I and many other ladly hurt, by the fast express running into an open switch nnd colliding with freight train. To add to thejhorror. an oil tank car exploded, setting '"'re l' the wreckage and burning tip unfortunate passengers pinned (act to the debris. The list of dd is as follow: Webb Kos, Mattoon. 1 1 lo ; Hirinan Cor nelius; Iowh; Kdwnrd X. Miiler, Alton. Junction, two iiindriititipd men; William Hhettuck, t'pter Alton, 111.: lleiiryjlcnning. W'ann, Jil.; Wilde MrCiirly, Alton. lll.:Jihn Ixcke, Alton; F.dnurd " Miiurin, Alton; I'nnicl lliirer. Alton Junction; William Ma lithe, Fnsterhtirg, III ; t harlcs I'tt. Alton; William II. Miller. Alton; liarlcs Harris, Alton; John Wilkinson, Alton. Of the injured, 1 1 cannot recover. Thy ere Otto Hugewan, Alto...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 January 1893

CITY OF THE REOEEUEO. BEV. DH. TALMAOE'S BEXtMOB jf the Wall of Hmo ii to Dessllngli Ferieo now snucn Hort to What 1 Behind t Txt: "Th foundations of iht trail of tft$ fty were gamihH with all moiivr of prrrioM ttonni. Revelation xl., 19. Bhall I be frank ami tell you what are tnf design on yon to-davr They ara to make joa homesick for hMifn : to console Ton oon sssrning Tour departed Christian friend by giving Too noma idea of the brilliancy of the arena In which thev now on-mningle; to (tire all who lore ths Lord more elevate! Idoa an to where they ara goin r to pasi the most of tha yers at their existence, and to Detail tha indifferent and neglect! to quick aud immediata preparation, that they may have It likewise. Yea, it ii to Inriuo many of our young people toatudy rolurae of Uod that faw Ter open, but without aotne acquaintance with which it la Impossible to understand tha Bibb t menn the precious atnnea, their crystatixttlon, their powers of refraction, their cleavase, their...

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. — 26 January 1893

Published" every TIuii'hJaj. T- K. BARTER Edilur and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per yc:ir. (which must be n iM In n.lvancf. when Bent out M," the count).) RATtSOr ADVt RTISINO. All trutis. lent n.lvprtlseinet.ts no? oilier"!"'' C'liiir.ii'i.-1 for ill Im i iiiirv.-H hi tin-riiti-ii is rohtjt ht line l-l me. sine. .r first Inser tion an, I in t enia per lliu' fur every milise.i'icnt lllMTtlnli. Thursday, .1 miliary 2(1, ISO.'). President Hayes's Title. rhotliMth of cv President Hnypn litis revived (liNtMissin of thn inri tlents anil turmoil between his lec tion in N'ovcmlicr, 1 T, unl hi in luigiu.ition on Murili I, 177. Tlio wholo story is tM, however, in tlio fuot thrtt li.Mli hratnlies of thn Na tional LvtrUhi; tire, mill I In- I'nitc.l States Supremo (Vint ns will, r.ire fully utnl lt liln r:it l.v reviewed both siilcH of the r i !.' while tlio conten tion wim yet n mutter 'f daily lis ciihHioii, Hint ileeMetl t li:tt (Joveriior Have n win cut ille.l to the electoral votes cl...

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. — 26 January 1893

1 ri 'Z U '"T;'..' , i ji Sale Register. i EricfFum Hansa Earricfc r.tn Keksal Iiaiipeh. Ich hob wiililer en accident fi'liot, iIohhii inolil huta bluer my Irvva kiiKlit. SidJer OB ich iIlIiuiho bin HHH ich olln inorga uff htio mis o inauclm, un icli do by chucks ols ier fiirfroprn. Em lcdshta Soon- Inwg inoi tfa biu ich widder uff furu I I V . . I. - Iro jn Her Kucu-uua intiucim, mi Ich Soondawg woro hov ich ga- i nkcil icli dato widder (zuriek inn yd git! un hob inich not nw-gadoo. s wort gor hlitnnm kM, mi wile y kohshich lieni uct longer in os do w nrlnwbt, hov ich gli gotiH-howd ill da Lie g'hot wo on i iboeisn. Ich in uff da tzio ufl cm nlo dooch room adribblod bis ich do liuvvel-Hlip.e us lnils oil ready g'hot hob im uffa n dcrito hov ich galongod far on witch. Do Tolly hut ho in fancy intch-bt'xly naiva on dor wond ciika usht far h1i; gooka so aney s riiiinor foiled won mor ho unlit n.v- iffli;i-iiii im room fooslibla mi doonkla far so liiiiiu biu ich woddor . .. t ,.V1.4nun...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 January 1893

THE MIDDLEBURQH POST. T. B. HARTER, iDrrea aud PaVa. MUj)t.i:iirniit. pa.. Jan. .', According to the statistic of the In crstatv ComtDerco Commsion a railway paucogvr stand one chance ia 153 to be killed while trtvcliii?. Miss Klla Knowlc will not he Attor-icy-Oencral of Montana, after all, an. ounces the St. Louis Star-Sayings, but the horrid man who opposed her will not e able to boast of much of a plurality. "Electric railway will safely convey p!cnRcrs at the rate of ISO mile an bout it au enrly day," mid Professor William O. Marks, Superintendent of the EdUoo Electric Liejht Company, anl it now iccm, to the Ilj'ton Traaieript, thai ais prediction it about to materialize, Soth in this country and nbrorl. Says the Chieairo Herald: "Amon;""; tho provisions of Jay Gould' will ii one lirectin the payment of $., 000,000 to nis eldest son, Ocorjjc J. Gould, for ser vices of the latter in connection with iho management of tho legator's bmi- es, cxten lin tlirou'.i a periol of : twelve ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 January 1893

n-J TBI .J Io nth) lin.H ar. arrvl 'e. l in! II); fvl 5 Of I d. h. 1 ivl t'eiririember that In Oarnald Te y hiY as fallinc rtrd for Indirection, Pick Head r he end avery eUanrlin- 111 that an Mixed kLtiU Om 0o. laid L" -. A railroad with a iranire of but 24 Inches now building in North Carolina. a r"' "'wmw f on r. JV rilisnttrva CntimM-ie.7Wrirrtph It sold by i News ApnM and delivered by Carrier rerrwhere, tor On Vent a copy or SI t'mir a Irrk- K contain nlly. Ilia nun of th torlri. receiving aa i ow me report tit noin AMnrlated Pro anil the I'nlted Pre. No I: her pap'r which sedls for Oie. I'enf renelva L,th of the report. Ii MMirtln, KlnsnciM, million, ana notisemom irepartineiit arc an qualetl. Order It from your News Agent. AFTER THE. CRIP I wu Tery weak and ran down and did not 'fain slrens-th. Ilka to many after that prratrat- in(UirM. storing mooo. Karsapsrtlla highly rec ommended, I brgan to take It, and waa mora than pleaed with the way it built ma np. I think It h mud me ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 January 1893

t Abusing the Dead from t Tip Nanlivlile American. Tho bt'H-t is iWl. OKI Hon Unt il r is ltiil. J'.tuly ycfterdny morn ing tlio nn of tleittli, acting under the devil's orders, took liim from rnithniid landed ltim in lull. In .ill tlio Soutli run country there are ti 1 1 , mi sitrlM nnd no regietH. !'e live 1 oi.ly too Img. Wenri gluri Lc has at lust lieen removed from c:iithand even pity the devil the I'OSHeHsioii ho ha secured. If there lie ii future of peaee in utore for n Duller after liis entrance upon cter i.ity, then there is no lieuu-n, nnd tho DiMu is a lie. If hell bo only as 1 lack ns the good Look describes it, then there are not the degrees of punishment in which some Chris tians ho th inly believe. I to has gone, and from the Hentcnco which has ale:kdy been passed upon him there i no appeal. In our statute book many holidays are decreed. It was an i-irregious oversight that one on the occasion of the death of Den Dutler was not foreordained. It hhould be a day of merr...

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