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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 March 1893

HE POST THE POST ( if J ',h pl. I" "'- h,m .yoprnf.r ,esis. f KT''1 ' lOL.: EMS of LOCAL INTEREST Cashier Thompson Ppont Sunday Harrisburg. Iver'-nan in n brass band thinks f horn uiakcH the best music. the easiest thing for a loafer to Jo io find fault with busy people. ill Sadie Forrestpr, nf SelinH bvo, visited friends in Swineford wpok. rs. Dr. Pipor, of Philadelphia, tho guest of Dr. Dibighaus nml lily, Inst week. co iipw "ads." of F. H. Maurer, v Ilerlin, and H. Drcifuss, Selins Ivp, in thin issue. Flipy know in heaven how much Lion the rich have by the way V treat poor folks. lhave jiiHt received n full lino of Bios, Misses and chidrcit spring J J Bumnipr lints. J (Liiime DuNKKUititotu'i Millinery. YV Crayton Millhousp, who watt om- I f ed at Rending for the litHt few l is, rt'turnpil homo and has ac- i jtedn clerkship in Wetzel's rash JL. II. Keck, county chairman, nu- jjnizes us to uuuouuco thut tho I publican primary election will be r leld under tho Hame rules as hint yea...

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. — 16 March 1893

? H Mo Co foi iv Tl ni) Ik G at ft a i c I TUV II I III II L'TlITlin II ru .! I msncil' I H AT COMES TOO LA.TK.I lUIiiUIUUbCDUhUUlUOl. T. H. If ARTE R, Edit ajd Faa'a. MIDDI.K.IIt l!(;U. 1'A , MA l!. HI. MC, - - . ' . i. j The Sunday-School Magazine, of Philadelphia, My that while San Frn cisco hat h population of .300,000, hi churches will neat only S3, 000 people. The Si. Louis Ilepublic takes no stock in (he theory of the overproduction of cotton. It says that when the Southern farmers raise all their foo IttulT t'uey can not produce t' much cotton. Hut tho trouble it th.it they will not raise all their foodstuff for a Ion;; time to come. A Denver bonnier made disparaging remarks about the rooking net before bin), and much to hit suiutcinetit the landlady sued him (or $.'0,00(1. Ida merriment died away when the jury brought in a verdict for $.V), nod ha hna put in hit time aince ill wondering what there ever wat in the episode tu strike him at humorous. Fork ta dearer now than it...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 March 1893

f AM we win , Canon Cerr ro.y lie ssW to be ths wssllh.sst crjrrina " Bagliod, he aasinjr Inhsrited tbe east estates of Sir William Kena, the Derbyshire Baronet who died some fHH since. Tbe Canon was connected with tbe late Baronet t rises only. Hood's Cures As Duck's Foot in the Mud .-) of trtfl and ndforslfos bn Hood's fiariutpmrUlit Mr. Frederick F.arnf red Oil. ao, Illinois. want to aav that I have li-n mild a MWBiant') lloml's Srwirllltt anU Hood's I'llie. 1 I" wretcbetf comlition ami paid to on fti ya c len It'.' tnr altiiiiliiii. Mid rwrtinis which itavn in mi it, lief. I iftVrel liilviirly from gravel, nil llilnk I lave emlnreil as no.i Ii tun.. rrT aa any nnn fimn lliut tiiiiiliiiiil. I gave up hois-of ever Belling- well ami aa only walkliiB aliul to Save Funeral Expenses. Nothing would stay on my stomach. I Ix-pan to lake H(mI' Sianlla. ami found that II dul in vchmI, an I kept on till I have taken fourteen bottles, ami nw my health is im solid aa dock's foot la HOOD'S Sar...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 March 1893

s Co foi III. Tl HIT h (1 III ll 1 ..1 Puhlihrtl every Thumday. T. H. HiRTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per your. (which tnttat ba nnM in ariTn whn Mont out- alii the county.) RATI Or ADVMTttlNO. All Iraim-li-nt aitvritl.i'tnntita tint ntharwta minti'liM fur w III tx i-tiurif.t ul tlii miwf in r miIh jwr IIiip onuipiirli'l ni".iurr) (or f1rl liner Hull mid til (hli fM-r 1 1 no lor vwry KUbwcjurnt Insertion. Thursday, .March 10, 1803. Inersoll's Poem of Lifo. UKUTIIll. It I T OF V(Hl I'JUNTISil IIV tmi: I'l-iTiNiirisnni ahvoxtic. 15.mii of lnVi unit hope, of ecstusy in! piiin, i f ngmiy im.l feiir, of learn iitnl joy ilowt iod with tho wealth of two Unite. 1 In nils lu l l in happy iinim, willi lips upon life'n ilnfte.l front, lihie-veine.l niul fair, where IM-rfcct pcaro tf tills perfeet form -roi Lcil I willing feel ami wuhimI to hil'lowy short' of sleep liy much mother tungim; soft niul low - look ingwith won.l. i's wiilo niul slai tle.l even at t'oiniiinii tliinus n...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 March 1893

Q I Des Oldt Shool House on der Orick. Illy llitrfmiKli.) licit in exactly tHWotmiob jobr, Doh irh bin uvvn ihiwh Now bin idi wiibb-r bivicb tzrick l.'n uliti"' mn hbool bouncon tlcrjrnck Unlit nuixt ohm diiwily'H bonne. i ll bin in booiult bitur k'wi-hI, run iiiitrbli'Ntio mi brick, 'n olll'M wok ho bin, lo b it, lDttte ich fnrHcliwiippii nniob tzoit i iu h hIiooI Iioiino on tier ki uk. Wuro hiimmI diiliitiiH) in im will fin (It. So Iohh cno illinium pi' Jch Hiiwk cmo hwvit foinu iiowh )h im oil bumbiick uvvn droiiHp, Un aro wnrtd mlvi'il hh Ich bin tlrouMo room in olbt cck. Mrr iiinuchtH jo evva ho ; It'll bob nwvcrmich inkcnncr Hhtodt L'fTll' lliolll BO fool flll'tl K'hot We in ilt iu Hbool houwo tlob, Wo liii'int lil micli doll ollcH aw ! Ich hlita', un tletik, nn gook l'u won icb ttbicr furKOHHtt bub (Xm)iih'iI witblcr tzruick we ouh em (grnwb. Uu nbticiltloh wecnK'Hcbpook. Pes Kfickly Hcbpci'letl fnrby we'n but, We ich nucb K'Hcbot lod bob draw t Un tinner solbi buller-biHb Do...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 March 1893

Co 01 Hi Tl nr. a (1 a' K J 1 1 V. UTE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS DOMESTIC AND ronCIQlT. Oolnt ob Tea World ver. laaportant Eveats Briefly Chroaicled. Pilasters. ArrMents 4 I (lllle Arirtpoion occurred at Marthaville Chit., where an oil well is I r itfr drilled Janet Iutiraii, Hi owner, a fid Lit eniti eer were killed. The family of Henry C. Horner, nf ( am. den, N J., were p i toned lir ea injr, tainted or diseased meal and Mm. Horner died Hit wife and three children still in danger. Mrs John W. .tones an I lier 15 yrar-olj daurjiter livinr near Mi, Juliet, Teiui. m hurned to na.ili by tneir dresses rati h tat fire while they were Imrninir. hr-.i-li. Mrs K.lpar Woods and four children et tro led to i ross t'eil.ir i reek at (ilcnsford four miles from t'jve springs, tia., and all were drowned. The creek nil swolien from ri mt rains. An did fashione-l circular saw in a mi 1 at Wyandotte. Mich . suddenly leaped from ila to-sring. ru i k lleriimn Mc like c,narrly in the hrcnt and plowed in w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 March 1893

.Mfm THE RIVER ,EV. DB- TALMAOlE-8 lUlMOff. Lrllt of th Christian Vanl.h If H Bat I Put. Hi" Tru.t in tb. Lord, and Hi. f !... ,h th,r 8,d 1 Assured. I fT.rr- "Ad ' priVsfs '"' haP ' or ,Meriii( of f tsttd flood drm on !f "iZZd "..!. r fe Jordan. tin' ' o;ie were Hissetf KT or rnl-i."-J-bu. Ml.. IT. tWashlmrtoo cress d ths Dslawar who liot with? 0 10.0.4) mm. bat h. ril I it by Tb. sr..litcrt,t tb Itsd He, ,,.. ,b- Mm orchestra that celebrated th fialiiveranc of th on irmy sounded th ing"""f th. other. Ihie Jord.nl Cmtsage differ from Tber wan no mo Vfic of human lifa-not so mucl tb-low of a linchpin. The anua.d of th host, madeno of priests, advjncsd until they out tlieir foot at thebrim of th rivr, when Im mediately th street of Jerusalem wer no mora ory land than th bed of that river. Jt was a " th wt?r n"1 n drawn . nnd then th dampness had Iwen soaked uu with a pooR', ami men vj w wie roau hal Iwen wipel Jr- . , , Yonder goes a great army or Israelites the hosts in uni for ji. ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 March 1893

i 1 ., i . The Family of Doctors. frtiin the St. I.onli oi.ii.p tvtn. Recently Dr. Khephard L. Van Vslznli, of IVnnHjlvftnirt. was visit ing his sinter, Mrs. J. (). Churchill, nuJ tho surveyor of tho port was showing them over the federal build ing. Hciuginn reminiscent mood, he laughingly remark! the Man Ahout Town that his wife came from a medical family. Of the 17 male members, beginning w ith hei grand father, only 17 were doctors. "My wife's grandfather was a physician," said Col. Churchill, "and lie had three brothers, and they were doctors. Ho had four sons, and they were also of the medical profession. His three brothers had tive son nnd they were also phy sicians. These live sons were my wife's cousins, and (here are two boys anions their children who are doctors, and the last male relative in the line is a nephew and he has just graduated from a medical col lege. Under these circumstances, if I should dare get sick," said the Colonel. " I should fear a medical faculty migh...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 March 1893

niE post 2TMi- PI ST "rmPtitflrmtr NKWJJ- Z "iumwlon t tP' o trrest W II pinni I Ilk i uu I nin by th editor. I In mil km llrvin." It wrn no'iviiinr. II ni-vcr rtHlil l.niur. Ami noTpr wil1 out. llimiMiiictslelmiUtn i ft Kin 1 t-'i s f ert 70L. f - i - rEMSof LOOAL INTEREST Yesterday (22) Spring coiumeucod. Tallies Spring coats, wraps and Vl lit Aurand's Millinery and Fancy lore. I.Tohn Uibigbaus, of Mifrlinburp, bent a few hours with his parents Middleburgh, on Sunday. Vt. H. Beaver left on Monday for Iiiladelphia to buy his Spring and i turner ntock of tuercbandiHo. I have just received a full line of t 1' t n n.,.1 .it ,.,,, unl-inr IKIICS, 4UINC " linm-l ri'Miij, I summer num. Lmdie DrsKEi.tiEiioF.n's Millinery. William Benfer, administrator of jo estate of Knos Benfer, dec'd, will Ul personal proporty at tho res- lcnco of deceased iu Ccntroville on I kturday, April 8. JIave you nu invito? Certainly ; ; ii have to coiuo to Miss Libbio ; inkelberger's grand spring open- 7 of mill...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 March 1893

1 Mot Cot for tie Th nn, ho Ik nt' a V V o 1 ARTHUR SUED FOR $30,000. THE ANN All BOH RAILROAD Wants Born Tteeompense for Hit Inter ference. A Temporary Injunction Granted Aft'""' Arthur end torment to Restrain Them From Ordering a. Boycott. The powers of tl). I'niir.l Flutes Cnnrt have again been called intu exercise in the troubles between the Ann Arbor railway and Its atnki ng employes. At l'ctroit, Judge Taff, on the appl.i alien of II. W. Ashley, manager of t lie Ann Art or mad. granted n temporary injiinrtinii restraining t 'hiefs Ar tbur and Sargent from ordering n pent rat strike of railway employes, or in anyway Inciting a bnyeoll againt the Ann Arhnr This order nm served Friday night nt To ledo on the I'.rothcrhood leaders nnd treat- Ml no small surprise among ihe strikers. It is made rcliimah e on March when Messrs Arthur nml Kirgcnl will he obliged to apur hefore the federal t'ourt in To ledo to show muse whv thrv should r.ot l restrained. A second surprise wa sprum; upo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 March 1893

nun OUR HOME RELIGION I - . f TALMAOE ON FAMILY FRATEHS. Domestic Devotion la Not a Thing l Hid from Tour Company. to . TtXT! "Antnrtn unit snvnotfse, we will err tht Lant. oemta rtv., Id. Absurd. Johut You will bar no time nc family religion; toj are a military character, ami yotr tins will bs takao up with affair eonoectel with tha army; tou re a atatesman. and your tima will ha taken up with puhllc anin; you ara tha Washington, tha Wellington, tha McMahon of tba IwB-litigli host; yon will have a great many questions to rttle; you will have no tlma lor religion. Hut Joshua, with tie Mini voice with wulch ba commanded tha run and moon to bait and stack anna of light on tht parade ground of tht heavens, says, "As for nie and my houe, wa will aerv the Lord." Hefore wa adopt tha resolution of tliii old soldier wa want to ba certain it ia win resolution. If religion ia going to put. my piano out of tune, and clog tha feet of the children racing through the hall, and sour tha brrad, and...

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. — 23 March 1893

8 M. Coi for tin Tli nn ik ('.. nt P ,1 F V o 1 Published" every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprielor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mint N ivttd In ndrnnr when sent out' Mi' tlio county.) MtHOr AOVINTISINO. All triinwinf silver! I'tnpnt tiof nttierwlae fntitrnrtivt (nr will In- Imtv.-.l n( tin- rat." of is d'ntu t II in- ti'iiip:irV'l iiii'iiftiiriM (or llrxl lnwr tlmi mid io i-inu xt lliif for very siitvu'iiui'iil lnTiloii. Thursday, March 2.1, 181)3. How Farmers Get Rich. I'mtu Mi M!nMi';init Tritium1. "Tlu way wo itt-mmiiiuluteil our liltlo pile," tuil an ex-fumicr to mo out' ilny, "win dimply Ity H-nlin le tliaii wo iiiii'lc. Wo hoM uruin, vti, rliifkeiis, butter mul vegeta bles, uii'l we om Imlf of tlio pro. roods liy mul hoil n tin- other half. Our f.litn wii-i Mn ill uii'l llio noil noil In r 1oop nor rich ; but I oulti vatr.I it . tlioroiiu'lily, applie 1 nil t lie ni iiuirr I oi;il 1 make or ci for notliitic, wan oai ofnl to nave the best Traill fur eeil. t U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 March 1893

t 1 I J " arm no P (J rover Eriof Fan Hausa Barrick. ievkb Kciisal Harder. I ch Lob nuch koii bn-t-f greckc-d mil olillil urovor mr in ni rnuuivk OOlllll, 1111 HO HUWRIl IlK-l'O ttlO lll-t Hi! ill. Now huwj iih-iu umolil, ker- 1-1, wo coii cn moil ho Hhi-lieilich hi rh uu tier Uilly liixlo r lieu i-mo vU- fiirt liy-gVlitonnii tin now won are fm ifiito ilo ki-tit don fiireHHoJ mo All il fuvoiH. Dcr illy ih ilo k-ilsht uih uuniior un hut uw en cabinet mition di'iiiuuil. Di-r oKlt (hover ut c ine awilo tsu lion lcuoil un Ji'i'iio hut aio iMiio g'miwtl mo si t i r wiixt iliiwg cooinii. Dcr nuixt Iuwk wo aio coomn in hut tiro eino J' hiiwiI nio Let evva now hi cabinet ill un Let euo furhofticli faitfc-ssii ii tHii Jo. Dor liilly hut ilernoilruiV JtHint f ir Minihtcr l'tnitintiary up point wuni tsu Euylonil, awei iler Q rover hut enio g hhwu arc ilaia net liitii wilo are ilo KiikHhIi nhproeho Bet reeht huuillii con. Der Uilly in deruo runner coouut tsu mil appoint lieiit in der Drefdiery ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 March 1893

s l)l Coi for tlio Th mi ho' (it at Ki .1) F V o 1 THE MIDDLKBURQII POST. T. B. HARTER, Hon and r'a. Miii)!.i:nri((;i(. pa., mai:. v. im England rontimiM tn increase her r.red forcu in I'ypt, an I rr.mca it J thctcforc irate. flencral Schkopp, of the (Jerman army, avs "If hi niajcty draw hi sword it will never return to it scibbnnl until his lt enemy is crushed, or lie, with bit people, i overthrown." Vegetarianism is making yreat pro gress in lt(rlin. The (icriivin capital now contain twenty vegetarian restaur- vts whic'i are hruc'.y patriri;. I ly taj working p".iile, clerks and tu h'titi. A lin -iilIoriri 4 Ij:i.o:i journalist, whose uervot wcrj mi t.m.fcr able to be ir llie ll'li" nit le lV plUltl,' fuel oil the lire, from :i ruil-lin, recently iivo vent lo nn earnest prayer that som; iiive:itor int'ht ! mercifully dispose 1 to provi le a siiiMt ro il box for iliiin.Mlii' su.Terer like himself. A resp ne to this .vxie i no lecor le I by the C.iic:i.;.i New l!e ord in t'oe .shape...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 March 1893

Kant" '-nvi r-'Ty .'1 . i iff - us'ir- ,;,.! rely ' lit I VI' 1 rip if tlK t " in -in :nr') rt ;; Ii ".'" lM) 0(f if lt' t.ot lull ; e-,i" mi' . ,i. 11 1 'ii"' l-H1 (( ' I M . . i ,11. 1 I"; n-k VBllll' f III "-'f ita 1 H". ii ; mi J! nA ri. bit.: WolJ Embossed. 4ctu In ; S3 ftcrlhof Hocd't Cured When Other Failed Salt Rheum or Porll-8ever CAM ri rv ri ilr. .V. . He Co it it I Klnusli ) , limn. "In lO I hail in eruption apta-ar on my loft Jet? and iirm. mnct'iiic It would ulcerate iand on ais ount 1 f It I a iinalile to work ttreat deal of Ilic tlmf. I had nevrnd' clors es mill mill treat Ui wit limit winru. Snnii Vailed I: psora-l", itwin, some mK tlieuni and nil" know. nit one callis! It prairie 1 rli. All the ilm'tors In lltr 'iii lu I atrial lint nniiedld mr a wrti lei f pind. I s-lit nil Snr spare money trjinit t get relief. Finally J wan ieruadcd to tiy llmd' rraparlll. ytfter n-dtia- into anil a half li dilr I saw tlitt V. n. lit. I have now used Hie third hot He ami m comple...

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

Uc Co (oi Hi TI nr In 0 n t 1 ' I ' ' 1 : ,l I -J . " Id "-'Hr I : -Via,,' d The ice on lust Saturday broke Hoveral archca in the lrilge over l'enn Creek Kate Benfer, who hud an attack of diphtheria, i slowing recovering Mm. .'rank Hinnse i also danger- ously ill Kratzeivillo liaa two ap- plicants for the poi toflicc Iloth are respectaMe gentlemen and either will maken good otlieer. . . . Mr. W. I. Fetter, the nromietor of the Jack - son Hotel, has taken down his sign ami will quit tho husineHH. l'eiry in an obliging landlord and the trav- ling public w ill benorry to line him. I'eter Herncr ha his petition for license ready to lay before J udgo McClure lV-ter will make 11 good landlord. (!.Ksn. SKMNSOI.OVK. Another former old citizen, of So linsgiove, Mr. Ueiijamin Hupp, died at llerrysbnrg, la., yestenlay or Saturday night. Hi remains will be brought here for interment on Tuesday. Mr. Hupp was a member of the Heformed church, and lived iu Selinsgrove all his lifetime until the las...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 April 1893

t , - 1 f. ' 1 THE FOTAffiKH old h ferritin I unit of th of both No im nrlU ir un it! t. Of the THE POST rAVKUJnrlhePenplPnnrt tlio Ifoplo. lift col umn r iUwy(i opnn lor tlx iilriiwlnii ol top" Interest to It patrons. t ' ' " ---------- iVOL. I ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST I Mrs. Lauretta Smith, of Curbon dale is bere on ft visit to her mother, ; Mrs. Rarbara Rilger. MiBalva Mensch of Mifllinburg, iweek, the guest; of ber cousin Miss 'Lulu Smith. T. M. KcBsler, Into prorictorof th (Palmer House, Northumberland, puid Middleburgh Tbit ou Pi'bluy. I Luther Stiuo, of Ccntrcviilo this week moved his family to Franklin -where ho bus neecptod employment 'an I'lub'H mill and warehouse. I Rheumatism is quickly cured by jusiug Arnica & Oil Liniment. For Viilo by W. H. Heaver, Middleburgh, 3 i t u u 1 Wanted. Fifty pigeons ut once. Will pay twenty five to thirty cents a pair. Call on or address T. ll.lUllTF.lt, Middleburgh, l'n. I Musical Coi.lkok. Tho Spring Jl'enii opens May lt, in vocul am...

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

THE SENATE SPECIAL SESSOIN WHAT IS TSFINO DONE flY THE HIGH rK BRANCH OK COViltKSS IN lrUON AT WASHINGTON. MoaTAt. The following nomination Were trtil lo Hi ciile he the I'resideiil to day. together with scverel of less import ant: Haninel K. Morss of Indian, to t consul feneral at I'ari. C. W. t hanccllor of Maryland, to be con ul at Havre. Allan K Morse of Michigan, to be consul t OlasgOW. George. K. I'arkoi of New York, to be con ui at Hirmmgriam. Hamuel 1 . Fisher of Massachusetts, to be assolsnt commissioner I patents. h'rlii A. Keeve, to be solicitor df tbt treasury. ill am H. Seamen if Wisconsin, to be United htttf ill-tin I judge lor Ibe Kusiern district of Wisconsin. Allxrt It I all of New Meiico. to be as sociate Just:re of I lit" supreme court of tlie 'Jerrilory of New Mexico. Felis A. lleete his for several years been assnttant solicitor W. ri hiiiiiu is a im friend of Senator Vilas Mini one of the ablest lawvers ot hi Slate S. F. Mores is the well known editor of the in...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 April 1893

KEYSTONE STATE CULUNGS TW1 FATA It ArrtDSKTi. BrrntintM John Itegley, brakerosn en the North Pennsylvania: road. while try. Inn to board his train fell under the wheels nd wat ground to pieces. Henley was 21 years old and resided In Philadelphia. James Winters, a ectlon hand on the Dela ware. Lackawanna A Western railroad was truck bv passenger train and almost In tantly killed. He stepped out of the way of a coal train In front of Die passenger train. He was about 40 years old. oarAT Mn r. si-oar v turn. BrAvra Ki"-Farmers of Lawrence and Hearer counties report that the maple ayrup product this season breaks the record of many years. Hi nee the season began the ngar camps hare been running night and day. The abundance of the nip and Itr unusual sweetness is attributed to the ex ceptionally cold winter. - -- BAITS A "ID KSOI.D Wtt.l. SKRV R THflR TKRVt. I'im.Anri.riiiA. The supreme Court re fused to grant a special allocatur In the case of Anarchists Henry Bauer and Curl Nold. of Pi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 April 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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