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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 February 1893

An Act. X EriofFum Ilausa Earrick Lieveii Kehsai. IIaideu. So sawga mere en gebt widdr iv verouso feci uio laws den winder, un far da Semleymenner mit hclfa Leu iner am Sonishdawg owet en meeting g'holda ons Hulleihecka far nia lawn suggesta. Der Johnny Lawbuck is bresidont fun der meeting elect warra, der Uilly Dixler secretary, un der oMt Sammy Sendapetzer dreshrcr. Ich hob doarshtshpeech g'inaucht un hob eua ous-galiiikcd was do ob ject fun der met ting wore, un derno hov ieli en wexel suggest in der Uro hibition law, un grawd fore-gVet.cd oh wKo der licker licit zadawgs no farmixed is mit rhoder pell'er. m gn wasser uu onuer gift don Met en in hhpet'ter appoint si on yadeiu barr far do lickers sampla t b bc farkawft wara, un hob derno aw gruwd g'shtate. os wile ieh do law suggest Let don wars in order far de associ ation my miwma ni nhicka far in hhjieeter appoint, warm on deni baar. So hens farmoodlieh aw grawd oil uniiershtited un wons en law gebt don hut der Uoouastcil -ti ol...

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. — 23 February 1893

XATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS DOMESTIC AND FOBIION. What la Oolng en The World Over, Important Evsnta Briefly Chronicled. I.ril-lmlr, The South Dakota House pnwd the hill requiring that nil lire insurance conipaniea llh headquarters outidn of the State shull deposit tlOO.nx itli tnc Secretary of Sim before being allowed to do business lu tlie State. Toe Illinois annate committee on labor and Industrial affair voted favorable on blow at the Pinkcrtons by niskmg it unlaw Ail to import an armed force from one county into another for the suppression of riots, excepting the militia. The Mi-sonrl house pawed a bill establis'i Ing maiimum telephone rules ntl'iO per yea iu cities of over 1'10,'sio iuhahitanu; 110 be tween 30,000 and 100, WW and 130 in other cities. The Indinnn senate passed a bill rrquiritiK 11 Corporation, firms mid individuals, ex cept railroit I compulse nnd farmer, to pay their employe ill leant once a week in cash. Contrails for other arrangements to tay af'i are made inva...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 February 1893

OR. TALMAGC ON CQNCHOLOGY BIBLE LESSONS IN SEA-SHELLS. How th Mollusks Saved th Live of th Israelites In tb Wilder nets. Th Pearl iof Qreat Prloe a FrUe. neteiH,ssask. 't ,1,1. " u.u ... ee 'iLis-rwir.,T, Trxt! 'V4 erf (A Lord it unto Mo. , it sxcf, sfafle and Azoaui XXg, 84. ..Yi.,,17'ay,,?ot noticed the shell of LS'V3,Jh tnU Mry P"r ' the icred book Ood calls you to consider end .i...-7 ,rm as lie c ne t Moses to consider nd employ them. The nnyrht of my text , w me lied Wee, oml Mom en 1 his irmr mUst h ire cnisbol Ili!lnTi0f.,5Pm un ,pr r,v,t ther crossed the bisected wt onyrhe on the beech ind cnypha in tt e unfolded bed of the deep. 1 shall .peek of thie shell es a b-autiful ami lu . T,i;tion of lol, nn. I as true as the lirt chanter of (i-nnii n I h. i.. ctuipter of Uevelatlon or everything be- I?1'. J" M,.U h,,1, th" onydie. found at the Hed He, l,ut in the waters of India. It not only delegates the eye with its con vo lutin of beauty, wlnta nil 1 lustrous an I serrated, but...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 February 1893

'IATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS SOUKBTIO AND FOBEIOIT. Committee on the Columbian F.iposltion. A meetinR for tin consideration ot tha mat ter was railed, but the fact that m quorum materalikrd Is taken to Indicate, tbat the measure It dead. Wna la Ooln on The World Oven Important Evsots Briaflf Chrooiclad. l.ral'laflv. The South Dakota House pnwd the bill equirinjt that all lire itisiirnnre rompanirs Hh tieailijniutors ouliln of the State shall deposit f lOO.tmO with (no fVcretary of Fin e before being allowed to ilo business la the Bute. The Illinois senate committee 'n labor and industrial affairs votisl favorable on a blow at the l'inkerttis by making It unlaw ful to import an armed force frtu one county into another for the suppression of riot, rxci ptinu the militia. The Mi-sonri house passed a bill establish ing maximum telephone rate nit ) r yea ill cities of over l'l,i inhabitants; 110 be tween 3ii.iK.iO and 100,000 and :w In other cities. The bulimia senate passed a bill requiri...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 March 1893

::: ' i i r POST TT T 1 Vf k U v v ) ' IT'fi'SSV rTHE POST; 1 not An "Orirn." It w.Mir ni4-illurV F lvo,.lr. li rp'; U lw otn ,or, .,i,n of topic" ol i to iu patrons. it niti-ofi ltd And novc out. -v.-; ... i J h ' , fiort. srv . ',,,f OulmcrlpllJ ltiit'n IflfO - JU lUVi , . ' - V T i)L. 30. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER-CO.; PA, MARCH 2, 1893. 5sSlooal interest Inftstiel "isn't in it" thin week, m. IlassiDgor, of Sunbury, omo over Sunday. i W. R. Penny, of Tyrone, Pa., e guest of the editor and fam jrcral days last week, i. Reigle has Wn appointed Vile of Middleburgh to fill , y&ncj caused by the roHigna- f Sylvester Bowon. '. Burns, editor of tbo Wico Thne$, nccompanied by bis Jo td little daugbter, Hpont Sun y i th relatives in Middloburgb. Yv ire sorry to learn that a little or-, wr-old son of John II. Mich 'j, I Shamokin Dam, recently fell J I pke his collar bono. TT! ikey and Tobacco Habit cured lie Jay. Don't fail to correspond. . J. L. Cochrane, ;d bx 217. Greensburg, Pa. - enco b...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 March 1893

OKI It ( srtos font: "Rt, fad.) t $HX bein, Illin limit tthc ill fx i ' into xcvp Ui-s. linn i of 0,iKI nd;r urut' Iron ir er 'on I en i link uro to . ated by t... y exenso. lalnc Hotie a resolution Maine's r ttwacliiide' Iho bill U Illinois d a ies otigre cum if alia ' the )itti , niii re pi roil e Tlio bil lahom ority, i Wullnce, lynch lb d to color. tin t Hinninghnm id n loss of I' ro Co., (i ii 1 il.'. ,j. r, were burned (Hit. ndurd -Kuglc :.,x firtory destroyed by tiro. l.os, red. 'g', u. I en oyed e th i to i't'imonico liimolis place It on Sunday in the building or Knlfcm, the women's tuilor, win valued nt JIMl to tJ.r0 each, vpie hud narrow escapes. Loss, Arrl4eula anil I'ninllllea - ii i 1 r-Hl bridge, built at a c '.il r tireiiudii, Alihs., was o, N. I)., in the Fargo A K by the break ider, t'omluc' an W. J. yu ' Ian bark, t at Long II drowned, rails cat c near J'i i'ar-old g Dout M . V, a la ks at th in ( y bi rtin the L'ioilS. rlma i cCtiy, Mctiru April ti lo. M Id. rount...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 March 1893

- es a--- 'j j!B!! REV. OR. TALU AGE'S SERMON UNDER HIS WINO. Like Brood Hen God Want to Grther Men to Htm. The Perilt of You'.b, f TrxTJ 4 a tint WHutVi hr rhtcfon mnarr nr wtnp. ana ye woMa nol." Matthew xxili 37. Jerusalem wm In alht m Christ earn to in cress 01 Mount uuvat, height or 7.X) if f Tha inliitiifnM nf tka rl !.(,-. . A.nlul jot the whole earth Irradlatad tbe landscap. Tbera It the tempt-. Yonde- la the klnc't paiace. rsprean out oeiore his eye are the jximn, tha wealth, tha wiciedne and tha s-omlnc destruction of Jerusalem, and Ha jtiurst into tsars at n thoiiTht or tha ob duracy of a place that Ha would rladly have e-aved, and r-ostroph'tea, ayinjr, "Ob. Jerusalem. Jermalem. how often would I bare fathered thv children tonother. even a ban Rnthereth her rhickena under her avinv. and ye would not." Whv did i?hrist mlect ben an! chicken a A lmll Next to tha nppositanm of tha otnnrion I tnlnk It was to hnlp nil public teacher in tha matter of Illustration tn ret down of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 March 1893

f .EL o iut mth Rtha idqill !I0O,l eitig lino Jhtri the I (Mil nto cp i-w inn of ot ),IXI0 ulinn ruiic rn' I r riii 'oiitr ;(! ar lia UK' 'III y Iain a . ir Published every Thursday. T- B. HAKTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (whlrb must ho puld In artvnnr1 when wnt out- side I lit' i omit v.) RATIS Of ADVIRTISINQ. All trims, lent n.vi'rtl.TniMiN liot otln-rwlw" Cimtmrlcl inr will l"' rli irif.'d nt tin- nil"' (if IV CUM r lln.' (noopm n-l iiiiMsiir- l.r tlr-d Insir lull and HI cents 'T lint fir iiitj Mllisi'iii'iit insertion. Thursday, March 2, ISM. H tin sill Hi t t'OIlK r curr ; of altn if the millet ' Jin .n .n it. th. J. 7 K. L-re ! Ill ' iiiii tin ita Hi In. I.i .M.l i H v Malleabi. i :i eatroyw! I v t. II am th "M, lilAl U i ' i'u i orli oi :n I .y He M piwn i .. "') i'l mi mill near Written for tlio t' wr. Our Children and the Schools. "dive tn" the first ten years of n child's life, and j'nu may have t In remainder," is what tin- greatest hu liiaii tea...

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

'."' An Ileroio Engineer. Philadelphia', Ta., Feb. 27 lie roicnlly facing a most horrible death in plain sight of fifty people, Domiuick R. Thoi pey, n North Pennsylvania Railroad engineer, yesterday, Bnatrhcul "WiHio Tamplin, aged 6 yo(U"R from beneath tli icc- covorovl Burface of a ileop poml, nt Fairhill Station, nnd almost perinh- ishinjr with cold, was broitglijl aKhoro with hia nearly dead charge. The child, wIioho parents renide at No. 1210 Noil-h Twcnty-Hcventh street, rbilaiklphin, on Sunday visit ed the family of Kugeno Small, at No. 2974 Leithgow street.. Late, in the afternoon threo of tho latter's children and tho little visitor start ed from tho houso for a walk. They went toward tho railroad, which in closo by. and for a time watched tho passing trains, finally starting to re turn homo at G o'clock. At 1'iiirhill Station tho tracks of tho North Venn and the Reading Roads cross, and in tho angle the workmen in making excavations for tho embankment left a deep hole. Wat...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 March 1893

in o; i pot' l.f, ilrij i t iit rl ' e. be 11 I lnli w at I U lio mty 1 l, rhe J cith. 'ern tie. Tin I cr, 'pi rt T tt ish. y A., o be ir ioi idcp that ; Maii Til riSJ N In pre; ber 11 era t"i ",l U tic ' Ii d d 1 IHEMIDDLEmjRGflroST. T. B. I1ARTER, Soma amo Paa'a. Miiii.i-:miiit. pa . ma it. . Dunn; Uie Ut ntnety-tix vr 313. 61 5, 000 round of t'oM wrro coined in I'Mnce. Tlior arc now ?0i)() loan a.ioc!(tion ,n thi. countr with n mcmbcrsliip of V'00,000 Nrnn. AVrtrkinj cipcniM are incrciii? upon fli" F.-'-ticIi railrorln. Tbi ritio ol uorltini c'aarcM upon tliu Xort'iori of lYvH-.i Uiilwfiy in IS'.ll iti U.H pcr cent, m romparrd with 47. 1 prr ct-rit. in 1IU, H.01 per vnt iu lSj 4."i.!J pcr cent, in So alaimiiii lin lieori the incrcic in 1ie ivory tru Jc that if it continue mucii lonucr at tlm pn nt rite tho olephtnt will soon bream" extinct. On J Jlr:D alone in Shi't!ield, Mnland, hut year re ceived the tunk of elephant". A few year a,'o S0O pair of tinks wen ullicieat for them. K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 March 1893

f Tl ?r-tKCO!fDCONOBE8S eaadlnt of tha ftanata and tha Boom Tarsal Told. rfrTt-Tnmn t. ... om nf tii K on wara in an noic mood this morim. when tha Mlia iktna thtaevarai Mijiropriaiiuni. "i-. , c leiml that lha livasiiry lrrtmnl . larini arnu M hava to M JlM to ro"rt tha demand tbat would ba I.,l, on lha t wnry. . r'aW.'l . limit of cat of ! .'Llle bulkllng. at Allrgl.ai.y. I'J. t WAV id Altar D aisCUUTl namu dt:,Tn.!d- t- .u- tr filihlislna; Lratnst lha Ntw York New Jerser fit lira rompany Mil r"ol l.iefrrc.ual t.-Hr T., h Msvra. W. A. Nona anU DaMU. both of l'Jni.syW.nia, but the? obi to romtar mora than wren " ? their support, and tha bill waapaasad irao tically without opposition. ... After tha diPlKMitloii ol two prlfsta W" lh ml n'l agricultural appropr. " bills wera called up un.ler suspension M In rulM and dmmkI. and tba houaa adjoiiriwL f rirrT-roraTM pat. mat Tha contiilr ration of tha s inrlrr rijhj appropriation bill was to-day pr eed. ff witii, the pendiiiR aniendnienti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 March 1893

MEISERVILLE. . Corner of Market and Pleasant St. Jerome HaysaodfamUy paid a visit jhst week.... Rev. J, Tutzf had a to New Buffalo on Monday. .. .On Redding last Sunday evening after Saturday evening, Feb. 25, Mr, j preaching. Ho joinel two of your Win. Kino and Miss Katie Hani- '"Mistaken Souls who dream of bliss" maker conducted a successful stir- in tho person of Charles Fibber and prise party to tho residence of Mrs. j Miss Mando Jarrett.- May thoir Wellington HerroM whero they married life bo long nnd happy. .. . found the lady ko "taken" that sho .Rev. II. C. Salem is on an extended was almoht rendered speechless, visit to his relatives it Lehigh, Leb With wine and eider and old fash-1 anon and Schuylkill counties and to ioued plays the tveniug hours How rapidly ly and after many hearty well wishes, the visitors re turned home happy for having spent a mnst pleasant evening.... Dr. Oeo. 1$. Weisor left for Minne sota this week, where ho intends to makehisfuturohomo. . . .F. 0. ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

V. Ix&m StMit MmMrMym post THE POST I irnphatlrnllr NEW PAI'K.K, torthe Peoplonrd by IM l'Hiio. If" C"l nmim nr urtiyl "iwn fr thn illwnnslon of topics of Interest to Its patrous. lfT v Mir p. IK I I VWT rTl-f V hUH I i. ftr-dwiJ 3 Mill T nliW iAsV- i . .7 W. A v- y r I II It! J"M e A nggg$v y -rttDA"" .fVir niilil nut. lO" ..il.ir ilili'i'il rlri'iilnt'n 1Kl -3 HiiiiwTiiiliiifi.su s jcar. vol. ; MIDDLEBUEGH, SNYDEH CO., PA., MARCH 9, 1893. ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST v a 1 Mrs. Theodore Walter, of Akron, Ohio, is here on a visit. Communications mutt reach us on Tuesday to insure publication. Miss Mabel Wittentnyer returned home from Lewisburg on Saturday. Quite a number of our people are fluttering from attacks of scarlet rash. Dr. I. Qrior Barber and his little son Miles, of Danville, were in town last week. A most graphic account of the in auguration ceremonies will be found on our inside pages. County Superintendent Herman had a whole quarter of bee! stolen from his summer hous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

i.- - . THE M1DDLEHUKGH POST. T. H. IIARTKR, Edit aud Tm'b. miiii.kbukoii. pa., ma it. o. i, There aro 313 farmer la the Missouri Penitentiary, the largest representation. i . Ami now Italy has a great National candal on its hands, larpe enough to distract Italian attention from Franco and its Pinama troubles. The Atlanta Constitution it authority for tho statement that General Long atrcet would have gone into Hayes's Cab inet ha 1 it not been ascertained that he was a vehement Hlaino man. YoUing'e Island, where Columbus first landed when ho discovered America, his twolvo whtto anil six hundred colored residents. Tho blacks arovcry poor and the whites are not much better off. Tho crops fuilcd last year nnj the people having little or no coinmuiication. with the outshlo world find it a hard matter to live. Tiicy aro in great need of a schooner to ctmblo them to commuuicato with ncigiiborin! islands. Tho case of Corporal Orrin K. Wolfe, United States Army, is lather peculiar. Ho faile...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

r Hood's Cures Terrible Headaches Dlatrcaaad and Dlaeouragad Health mil Broken. Thoroughly Bil$ up by Iood'a Sariaparilla Mra. Eva Covert Of Bath. N. Y. I am (lad to hare mjr ftrlrnoe with Rood' 8araparllU widely known, N-chiim- the oedlclne hu dun me so much itixxl. I tlilnk It will brnrflt others wbo are nut of Lralth. I was In a very fllatrraslng1 and dlnc-uiiraiiiiifr condi tion. I had no apprlito whMrrn-. maid not lerp well; stifTrml wltb rirruclatliig- brad clir. I frit Tired and Languid. Had no ambition and Mvmrd all broken down. After I had taken medicine rr rlbi d by two tf our beet pbyrlrlaa, a kind neighbor advl'cd try HooJs HarMparilla. I followed her ad floe, an I the mull K I Km perfectly well. 1 do not have the henrim hiw now, ic p well, that tired f.f llLtf In vanlohed, and I am bright and ambitious. 1 can rat heaitlly at every meal, and have gained In weight from 91 to lift pound. 1 do not have any dlntross lu MOOD'S - Sarsaparilla CURES my tomach, and epileptic fit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

! -1 f, ' 1 li. (lit d gf t city tliOl icic, re-, ro f. creJitcj of tliU r reriow, tint tin LonJua i iarri LOU 1 Sit inv I.iai " I ton, tver rrJn t. N tllt'fC )ii t'.h H.I I. S,i nii-i Huti Imiqi l:u;ii is:i l)e In I lie J.i. ;. Ill 111. A I u ; i. i jif it Sjie Attitoltlntrgli 'flost PuMishrnl every Thursday, T. B. HAHTER Editur and Proprietor. Subscription 1 .50 per year. (which must ! p il l in nh iTii-o wiii-n nent out- , I" I li" ii i ni . HATESOr ADVERTISING. AH triTi l.'ttf :il -rM-i'Tii''!it- li'tf ofherwlsp 0inir i. i-l .ir III ! i li n . .it I In- r.it nf 11 Cents T 1 1 t - II HlJ'.ll l"l III- ,i-.il'" t.T IIP"! lllxiT- tl itl .'VI I M r,its T Inn' I'll' 1'ii'i'j Klli'iii'lit Iiim riiuii. Thursday, March !, IS!):). The Fence Question. The uhove question i-i nil iiii'l t:l'', Imt there are mmiic i i 11 1 that are not. shown m their trim liirlit ; iiinl I. in a farmer, never ilc'sircd to tli row my fence-, down, utnl have HeVer aiX'lle, from that point. J.ut it si"'!,!- tlui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

t u i li ( h o a t u k r. i 1U M go. ii, ft V Of t ,he fre. ! A! Brief Fam Hausa Earrick Lieveii Keiwal Harper. Em ledslita Sonislulnws is dor oldt Orovcr widdcr tzurick ufl' cm Undo Sam hi bowori ga-tzuggii. Ich un do Polly worn on dor tzook g'frogt. Ich hob cm Hilly Iiixu-r hclfa do uxn driva, un do Tolly is mit cm Sain Schnitzlor g'foru. Arc hut cn lodo oldto cck-slionk, liuls boxa, kuch-rffa, Hols-barl full ulVa rohr un basom, un cn slilifo-slit.f g'hot. Dor nhlifo-hhtic is foong!i uoi un der Orovcr hut cue uslitgaknwfi'd far cm (Joncral JJisscl si ox slilifa woo mo da hawna era kop mit ol hocka will. In about hox wocha fongt aro aw. Aro hut cn grosser job far nidi. 1's win usht about oeh Jzich dowHcud Republican puht oflico hawna os era kop shunt ulVoiu hock-Klutz hen. Dor Johhny Wanny maker hut do hawna fardult gtito K'fccdorcd do ledsht.i lu r yohr un du coiisht douka os no Jet sin. Mer sin ons "iso ll-mso cooma usht awenich in inch iniiMiuvg un mer wora fardult liuongericli,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

t km. grover CLEVELAND For the Second Time At the Nation' Capitol ns President of the United States. A FINK PAHADK AND Mighty Demonstration AVitii the Accompaniment of n Pdindin Snow Storm. THE IK AUOl'ltAL ADDRESS (trover Cleveland, of New York, thrice nominated for 1'resident of t 1'liitcd State and twice elected, wa on Suturdajr successfully Inducted into that high otlice for hi second term, with nil appropriate cere motile, the gathering of a mighty mill -tittide. and wiiti (lio ii--' tiii! 1 1 itit'tit of a blinding miow storm. Mail the atmo-phcric condition tu rn any thing like favorable, i 1 1 t .. 1 of being as I :tl n poibly could he, there would probably have been omski men iti tin- parade ns ugaihst in 1 Nevertheless the oc casion wa made memorable ly tin- vast attendance. The ttovernor of 11 State-New York, View Jersey, Connecticut ami Massachusetts, in the North and Mast; of Pennsylvania nnd Maryland among the Middle States; of ieortria. North I nrlina. South t'nrlinu n...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

3 ,ed ity. i of lve The ra- usti- 30 Uin- I dor" .Uably reltng, A REVIEW OF THE WORK. WHAT THB MrTT-SrCOND CON. OBEBS DID FOB THB COUNTBY. JL Summarising of the Action Had On tn Important National MtMurii. The silver n1 ,,rlff questions, the Antl optlona bill nd the reduction of appropria tions! the leading topic of consideration by the Fifty-Second Congress which expired -t tinon March 4. Secondary only In lm- ft sortance to tncse matters were measure. I relating to the World's Kalr. eqnlpment Bering sea and Hawaiian annexation. Nothing ot an in-" " V-Xu-i-tent to prevent two Items In the Mckln- ley bill taking effect, was aci ,ay rompltshed o far na rejects silver, tha UriR or antl-optinns. the action taken on rach of these question In one branch of Umgrcss being negatived by the acHon oY notvactlon of the other branch. The retult of the agitation of the necessity for retrenchment of expenditure Is not ap parent In any considerable change In the annate appropriations car. rted by ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 March 1893

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