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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 June 1893

THE POST Is nin tiv Uip Pdlior. It In not nti drT '" ' It IH'l "". . I.VtllO, Ami ih'mt Hold nut. (iuumiili't'il i-livtilnt'u 10 0 L MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JUNE 8, 1893. NO. 23. ) of LOCAL INTEREST f oh, why nhotild the uplrlt I of mortal brprotM In ft contry Hk our. Where It Isn't allnwetl For ft tniin who onetime Id ofllre liiut been To nt'vir wfiln hitve nctmnco To get In r J. I Murks of Svint foril is relatives iu Lewistown. Bibighauso c.f Philadelphia Sunday in Middleburgh. choch, w ho spent tho winter Jlilo, N. Y. in homo on ti visit i Mitchell ninl wife of Now 1 visited with Joe Cldau and ,-ovcr Sunday Mint Walter m raising, 1111 Z and building im iiddition to so in tho emit end of town. i received a car of No. 1 -1 inch )s at .1.25 per in. I A. II. Ui.sii A; Son. fcleland and l'hilip Spaid left tulay morning for Lewistown, let iu laying brick for the new Jiks. en Fesslor of Ceiitervillo a piko in Penns Creek on lay that measured 22 inches iu j and weighed 2 pounds. 3....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 June 1893

. 'MAN AND HIS WORKS." KTHNOLOOICAL WONDtfiS AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Strang Hecee of Primitive Men, tdvinr and Dssd. on Exhibition. Habits ol Life of Cliff Dwillin, Astecs, Esquimau andOther Querr Inhabitants of th Worid. All those who wish to study 'Mao and HU Works." an the motto over the building haa It, will And In the Deps.rtment of Ethnology, at the World Fair, wonderful facilltlea. It haa exhibit of lfvnien and dead men of the most strange varieties of oolor and cu torn, and It present remark al4 collection showing the worka of man from aa far back a an; trace, ol hlin can be found down to the preaent day. a rttrr nwri.LKP' xtoritTAi. I"rofe..r F. W. Putnam, of Harvard Fnl Versify, ha charge of the ethnological ex hibit. It take In ethnology, archaeoloiry and anthropology, history and natural his tory. Thie. say the New York Herald, l a. very wide Held, but the different branche are: Well represented aud t lie depart irent niut Ixl continual source of d.HUrtrt tnatudctit of prim...

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. — 8 June 1893

.tiiia.ssssv,u'ssr r.' jLVANIH LEGISLATURE iEVIBWOFITS WOSK. Somewhat Barren of Especially rtnl Heeulte. A Oreet Many Were Introduoed, But the ! That Went Through Noi of rar-Heacblof Interest, i I - Vsslon of the Pennsylvania Leglsla- ( it ended was somewhat barren of at- , t Important results. While large f of blllt wera introduced, and many 'gnally. neither those which received lalattve sanction nor those which fall (especially general Interest, mended Hakar flallat law work Biporlnnt change, but was not to tha I ei tent Its u pporters desl red. It and Hi tixinii polling places within tha rial limit of tha election dittricta, rbiilinat political committees paying uraliztton papers, requiring elee A rota where domiciled and making t fn daya legal half holiday, ara tha f fcuil measures of a political character, ilabor legislation wai practically In- in tha amended Factory Inspection, mlsory Arbitration, and Antl-I'lnker l!s, and tha revised ITItumlnotis Mina Jjntion law. Tha first S...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 June 1893

1 !fr StiVblcIrargl $wt PubliHlip.1 every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must be pat1 In aiUanon Khn Bent out Kliln the enmity.) RATI Or ADVtRTISINO. All Irnnwloiit inlvfrtlwiiii'iitu not othorwlw rwtrn'tii .r will ! rliuririii n( th rutf t is rout t 1 1 1 1 (ii')iinrli'l iiHMMiin') fur llnt Inwr tlnn hii'I lucent it IIik' for every aulaeiiii'iit lawrtloti. Thursday, .linn- S, 1893. Republican Ticket. MixTirr, Ai.mi iiM'i:! iit, A':!- .t ..-.', .. r.w i.tm i.kmhkui.ini;. Tr-:iHiiri'r. r. c. i:i'iiii.). 'MininK'l'M.'r-4, i iium iii:i:ii-ti:ii, i : i;uii.l. Ail 1 1 1 .t .1. . Ill i I l;-i ix. . I . M' I K i 'iruii. r. 11(. M I(M) liol'inimK. w(MWt. W.A.... W........v J .VI im, .1 i.. M l 11 - i ' i . .1. K. 1' r Mf. I '..m r S 1 1 h.iii I r I. i rwu K 1 1 t -. . li iv r . .! - 'ii II' r. i. . .. i 'fin re II. i'. .iii,-i .1. W in. II. Him in, i ll i) in Hi, .l-liti ,i- r. . H . I! .hrrr. Kr.inkllii--.l. !! ill I '. ''l. . .i.i up - I :...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 June 1893

-J J'-r-j V iTT i jfricfFum Hausa Earrick. fc Kihnki. IIaiiieii. jworo dcr onuer dawtf drown U I'imLii un it'll huh cbboM Ksicna rh ordlich hardt deid;a hut slia. K worn dri farrclla in ma TW:i (,'hi nn un in ki'oxho. Do I, lt nk hi), wore do mommy ii tswu kIii'iiii. No hut anyhow .jrcvviMifT Hfo oh wo on niooder f era kinnor. We ich ons Inch i bin hiu ko drill room gVlmssa V wcdder l;ceha. 1th h b inich fli (M Mr.ck shucked uu sa lt hi fo nich widder s''ltled !uu derno hov ich my fly nil's $rr e'sclnniHua. AnoK fun tin in is Mct.lieh rulT cooina fur tin Jnsa, awer ho hut ho fui fulfil, in lly Unix on a pawr hinklo ta on on fish-oiifrlo salnmna ho ft i'ookel oh we on fetty olio Vnuxti iiiit'k. (lor nix soodcn Jsh tu frosHii awor ho sooka tdiso. hob will lor ni sWhininsa un do inoininy is ruff cooina, ilo lly jokeil, un derno widder hIko jik un sich navioh era kiunor rked. .So hut g'Hd'im os oh not on hunibuok is awor ho hut Lit by arfawring os es g'faroliohc ess is far um Holly lly ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 June 1893

n A' THE MIDDLEIUIRGII POST. T. B. HARTER, loirea ajtb Puhi HIDDLEBURQH. TA.. JUNK C, im KEYSTONE STATE CULL1NGS. TURKIC CHILDREN' CREMATED. CACI'IIT lit A tlHK AT TliriM r.tTIIKB't notar. C!o!sntTti Eire complete!? destroyed the Isrm ImiiM of Ssiuuel Skiles In I'bar itr$ township, two miles west of this plsce. and in the conflagration Fkiies'three young est children text their lives. Hkiles was awakened by the noise of the flames, nni! hurrying to the kitehsn found the room In flame. He r-iduavored to subdue the tire, but linding that Imposiihlo turned his at tention to rescuing liia little one, who were sleeping in an utairs apartment. He was unsticcesaiul In this, and two children, aged resjiectivcly 4 and ft yf-ars, perihed in the Hamea. A bub of on'y n few month?, which was terribly burned, died a few liourt later. Tho fire originate I Ir-m nn overheated cook stove in the kitchen, in which natural gas w as used. T1IK HOY FAMILY IttT.tF.D VIIM K THAT HOY roVTFM ft. Trl M10WS- ix...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 June 1893

deaV lid Ir. Thrrrta IlarUon Albion, Pa. j Turned to Comfort Trouble. 8lepltne, itrM-AII CURKO. .i...- t-ri. cv. r.. h. is. m. niHMH . . . - - that Hood's Harsanarllla ' - V. . M Mil )l nm,rln. ynnre i r mv . n- ruber medicines I hve ever taken. U . t hare suffered with alrine jnrhatk l-lriCPonirt liinci thll ul- Not Raloo Mvaelf linyrhatr. Nor could 1 turn myelf ;I could not sleep, and ffr j.reaa with mv fod. t have taken bf Hood's Samaparllla wllh tin tno-t g nwiilt. 1 fe?l like a new person. jrriMe stiff rltnrs bve all gone, t Life is Comfort to lh misery It ucd to be. I can 1 14 and have a itood nlvht'e rest ; urart'.ty without any distress. I am 3d'ssy Cures pin aluiuld le putln-hel for others Jri HA. TllfHlts IUhtsow. I'M P1I.I.H cur C"nMiiotkin By rwtoe Siiik' ilia of the alimentary canal v n v Ji t3 pomcHi iiwiu not jtuHt, L jreeabie laxative ana Nt ti To-ta f Oniinrlta or tent by mail. Sio-oW, W per pjrkt-a, Pamplet free. JJf The Kavortte TCCTS fOWBIl ilU forUieTwlhaad lini...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 June 1893

. ,, vU"T S.-41ito,i r ' .1 ) Transient Merchants. Tlio following i- a copy of the iiipixlinrtit to 1 lie law lic.ei'sing trniiment retail merchants in cities, boroughs mid townsl ip, signed by the governor last wick : "Tliat lit icnflcr tvcr.v poison, wbctlu r priucipnl or ngmt, not n pnged in permanent lniiiM.... in nny city, boimtgh township of this coinuionwcaltl , but entering iiilo, beginning, or th-mring to begin, a transient retail hut-inc ss in such city, borough or tow nslnp. for the sale of nny goods, wares or nicrchniiHsp whatsoever, win ther the game shall be r pn.'M-i tcl or held forth to bo LauLiupl, un-igmt-.s, or 'about to quit business,' or of goods damaged by fire, wiiter or otherwise, or by any attractive or conspicuous mlver linemen! whatsoever, shall take out a licen"1 fr the same from the pro per authorities of wti.l city, borough or township. The amount of hucIi license in any city or borough shall le fixed by ordinance, duly passed by the councils of such ci...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

HI Wi'UW THE POST A i Co. Commissioners. It III'M I lliull 'I .1 i-T,,, , A lut iifvrr Buhl "ill. Uuiiianlri'il I'ln iil.il n UK l) OL. 30. SMS of LOO AL INTEREST tins LiiU Smith U tisititiff ri'U-...m- . lit .Minimum. bos at Aurauda Milliner Store. .r;wor and Recorder G. M. Shin- jand wife spent Sunday fit rnlliiH. jt. Oitntzborgor has moved into his f" lioino at the North etui of town, n ini.U of fish are. reported un- :vlly Hcarco in Middlecrcekhia yi r (liecnouirh of Beavcrtown, jho guest of Mrs. M. A. Bolender IlitH place. . Lay tansy leaves upon your cab fco plants and, it is until, no worms touch it. German Hassinger of Sunbury, fut Sunday with his parents at b place. Tiss Sarah Walter spent several ys last week in Montouravillo anil Bliainsport. lira. John Stahluockcr returneil jyTuosday from ft visit to rclativt-H Akron Ohio. f the Lutheran Sumlay school hehl Veresting Chililren's Day Ber vices jSumlay evening, iranil-mother Breou of near New rlin, spent several days last w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

...... , A i 11 K THE M1DDLEBURGH POST. T. B. IllRTlR, Xstts ajts Pm'b. MfDDI.EnCROH. PA.. JI'N'K 13. 1908. COLUMBIAN FAIR NEWS ITEMS TItK FAIR WAS OPEN St'NDAY. fit oats fniv Kurt ttsnr.R a srapRjrsios or THS t'L'jaiKU 1MJCSCTIOS BY CIIIRr J I. STIC I rct.i.KR. The Chicago "Record'' siys that Sunday's attendance at the World's Fair. as officially reported, wai: Adults, 04.121; children 3,640, lot I 71 704. Chief Justice Fuller on Saturday granted the supersedeas asked by the World s Fair management, suspending the oration of the Injunction riming the Kale. The case will Im Dually hear I Thurs lay. when Cir cuit JikIk Allan, of the Southern Illinois district, ami Judge Dunn, of Wisconsin, will it with Chief Justice Fuller upon It. Chief Justice Fuller' nclion wn ntt made known far enough away from Chicago In time to brinfi a crowd of countrymen on Hunilny, ami as a result .Sunday's sight-seer were for the mot part Chicsgonns. The morning was damp and cold, hut nbout 1 o'clock tlit u...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

r To Cleaoaw T Mr res milt, w1a taitlr or Mlkraa, m the blood la Impare or won9.lo per kily ear habitual constipation, to ew. jhe kidney end Htt to a beeJthv activity, boat Irritating of sreaenlng them, todta- ( headache, colds or fevers, a. Syrup o( . . bolptnre commonly believed to hare jnn In Egypt- . V. Meat. Dragglst. Fh,br?"'!!,,l m , " MaU s Catarrh Cera give the beat of 7. J n (ad get r-lenlyuf teatimonials , c.r "nrwfo takes It." Uruggiat. j II. 76c . 'mirtoa with sr.ears ' Thorno. .KvVw-ai.r. I'roiwutii l rr bottle. Mr, JotrpH GodVey " IO.OOONoedlc8 Vmed tab sticking In my leg, when I was Rrring with a terriuie Durnm, roy ieu-s nmc mtmmrn rMHMlM er- (mm ktiiw-a mn I waa urged tn lake HOIHt'M MA N t I'A It 1 LI. A and in a abort time 1 waa o o d ' s 1 Cures erectly cured. 1 am an old sailor, unl T4, Ithe bert f health, thank to Hood's." Jo. irnsv, Bailor' Btiug Harbor, btaten lab Hi. JS. 1 . )!' Till are beat eriee-dlnner PUU, a F N l' i I V3 1)K. KILMKIt'g K1P-R00T CURED M...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

ilTl it: i. r in i r nf 1 1 r 1 VI h !!- gmiblAntslf lost Published every Thursilny. T-H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscript ion $1.50 per year. (which must be paid In rnlrsnon whrn sent out utile tlierminty.) NATIS Or ADVIRTISINQ. All tr,inelent advertisements tint ntherwl rotitr.-v'iivi fur will tx rlmrifeil nt th rule f 1 cents lT Hue (nonpiirli'l measure) tor fir! Inser tion ami 10 cciila ht line fur every aiibscnuetit Insertion. Thursday, .June l., 1S1KJ. Republican Ticket. MiiT'.rr, AI.KKKI) Sl'Ct IIT, As-n';Ii' .lllilk'l', Z. TAYI.oil ilKMIIKUUNii. Treasurer, r. r. M KIlnl.l). 'iitnliiKsl.tners, Tii im iiKitn-ri:u. .IAMI Klil'l.KY, AM'Mi'irs. .1. '. I'.iiWI'ltsdX, C. 1'. Vn'l 1.11 '' iMInT, Hit. M 1( M 1!TI1K''K. .l ini .1. 1. M I I!. -u:trt!i..l. K. V. Il.'r..:t. 1 ii'ii . r N I'h.i 11 l'i' 1.1 m Kin Hi' v. It.-.l - T ' l W 111. lit fl. T. It. ! ! !l.iT. i ni nt II. '. s.i nip -'ll. Win. Il.n ' in in. ll.iplll.lll -tlt.lill Ml. I. A. W. K "!m V Kriuiklln-.l. l.Mir I llt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

- , J 'IT ) ' r fFan Ilausa Barrick J Iersel Harper. jil-jrrut. Huhbt so l.'unt ba- Wo woouit fclim ho Jit. Se is ken finb, ken fucflo fee. So cou law fa, Hchwiinmii fringa, uu en licHlit fuu oil, ho inowl tnoo hokla. .So hut UU Ollll hut I'U llUWlilll t, ilril -bhut, tuil-iuortal mi g tapper. Y on e fodder ait far jiuIih fun hiiii Linncr are reieli n'ha su, uu iluili u grut feel Leaner ob wilo ho i4 iiiit cram bouso nil cut u n en bhenner bouso os k Louil nrsuona cou. no jlOlJ HO HO loilR OH HO la lit, UU tower cou cu inortgigo ilruli' j, un ken nhrcof cons rim fur Y.n kuslit ho kin rout, ken kou insurance. ls in tiro, i uu burglar-proof. Won tie iincillon cou hcch ua fur en fi ll, woiih iluuuort un nigercil jd se era kup un bso ui un is jilly drooka. So but net feel ga, awer huckiJHm fens-eek iser ilawg un farwilel sich init tuna giulonga. Won ho g;eil i Jon ncmbt ho era bouso init u but olsfart era ii'ga bed far ilofa. Won en mick ilcrwuko kI fongt bo bo, ueuibt ho ins i un front...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

FEATURES OF THE FAIR. TRANSCENDENT MERIT OF THE VARIOUS BUILDINGS. Thry Are Itenutlful Keyontl Anything Kver feen In This Country -The Novel Klaherlca Structure and It Varied Kxhlhlt -- tMngnlese and Kgyptlana A Huge Chunk of Coal. It la the transcendent merit of th build ing of the Fair at Chicago, say a New York Hun correspondent, that they demand noth ing Lii t to lie represented as tbay are. Their beauty of line, their harmonloiiK proportion, their grouping which ha broiiKht ao vast n r'lan Ir.to such unity that from every point he eye delight in new view of pcrfwt whole, the lovely enrichment, the ennobling Ha will grin familiarly at the sight of old friends, but If he doea not ret a new Idea of thHr meaning la thla, their new plaee, ha will be duller than moat American boya who creep under circus tenta and through cracka nrARtia m-tv at mr r.ua. eneof Inrgcncs. freedom, which la conveyed ae they stand In their shining purity of color, train nothing, but lose, by tliH vagueness...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

I fE STATE CULL1NGSL a wiaigi "" Nrti Citt Mooonhl BM will light anything nd the property of William Wllk- ittackadMr. Wllklntoo t yeat V Annie, kn cckfi- htr dowo evrtl boles In ' tJ. oT5irr ArroiiiTi. , ..-rr.f. KoihMck of appointed botanist, and Colo Heading, engineer, of th Fore mon, crs tfd I y nt c I"" . Tl governor signed th rills: Relating husband lint her capacity t acorn ra and Jroperty. to an and ba . nd h.t win. and .nabllng tham 10 ilnit each other In certain case; I ilia court of common l to Jllegof bonds to th common ilroad and cannl com ante to hunt of damages for taking land ml in catea wher thera la a dt rtful or defective title, n whera Interested la absent, unknown, I of full age. of un-otind mind, or Vause cannot ba bargained wlth rith any nolca or bar a bond them, and appoint guardian k trustees lor such person. Keg I the antlifaction. xlnguinmnt jt of dower, legscie. or other ton Und. . ,. . pernor hai vetoed tha following I To p'ac a copy of KmuU's iln every ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 June 1893

aWf m .MaaaraaMkfiMMaw,, J. MT. l'LEASANT MILLS. A Initlidity Mirpiise parly was 1 !,t the Jit. I'll nd Mills Hotel; -on Suturhty evening last in honor of the 17th iiirlhduy of the lnud IpviTh wife, Mrs. .1. A. Kehnee. A .rc:i? liuniv neighboi h and fiiendi lm giUhncl nt thn house. Presents wvro nuiiicroiiH, uinl the gnosis wire "loipitiil-ly tr ntrd by the host and hostes. At'tfi having hud an enjoy, able time, they returned home nt a lato hour Tho Kxcelaior View Co. ih il'tini n fino Ihihuipkm. . ..Mm. Napoleon Urnsius in visit itit; friends -aid illative at Hughesvillo, Lycom ing eounty. .. .Look out for a wed ding in the near future. Hoys "ifi'can' yer bows." hunt ycr horns uiul he pii puiol fur the emergency ....II. (!. Unas of tho Kxeelsior View Co., made n business trip to tlif county neat on Tuesday.... I'.lias Minium of Middleburgh, and Mr. Ui itz of Shauiokin, made a liiisines vi-it to our town on Mon day evening. . . .Miss Annie Minium, who had been employed in Selins rov...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 June 1893

mil r.!'ii;i.!.!:i ff Frank BowcMOxJan 1, wl O I III- I UU I l run lv tln (villi It Is not mi v:iti."" II mr rin'i niljir." II IH'l I r ! ' l il lr.MII) , -Mm Ih vit mil. .ir lit '! nil nl.it ii Idi 3 n n rv Ti lis lm r -v. y - L 30. MIDDLE B UltGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JUNK 22, 1893. NO. 25 i of LOCAL INTEREST L J. O. Herman of Kratzervillo iUiddleburgh over Sunday. Maude Monscb, of Mifflin as the guest of Hon. O. Al Jjoch's. IMIarterof Osceola, I)., is i n viHit to hi uncle, the cdi Jio Post. jwittenmycr and daughter Mi HI in hu 'J-'. npent lust Sur jhnvn. tl. W. Burns niul little baby, fcnisco, Pa., nro visiting re in Middleburgh. Ir.lnir nnd fumily ami Hurry V Mifilinburg, visited the cd 3 family ovtr Suiuluy. received ft car of No. 1 21-inch )h at $3.25 per in. A. H. Ui.hh ; Sun. il CrouHO ami wife of Sclins jvisitod friends and relatives place over Sunday. f. Ripka of Globo Mills will jiargo of the Richfield post in Monday as'lcputy P. M. iB Magee, one of Union coun tsperous farme...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 June 1893

IHEMIDDLEBURGH FOST. T. H. HARTIR, Kbit Pasa. MIDDLKBUROH. PA., JUNE 22. 1908. KEYSTONE STATE CULLINGS. MORTuAOES IV PEN'K3YLVANIA. ?ll-rMI!C(MCI or WHICH Wt HAT! SO ('it'll to t rsors. fliperlntendent of th Census Forter, at Washington, his J nut Issued an sttra ceo us bulletin, giving torn interesting Infor mation oa farms, hon.nJ mortgi for Pennsylvania. Hit figure thorn th rati estate mortgage debt existing January 1, WW, to bo )I3..0j.o.1. Fift.-en of the 07 Counties of th state having (lifting debts of more ttian IP, 000 i) each. Tbo ar Allfghenv. i2,9T.y.VU; Berks, f Uftil.t-Jl; Chester, tl.Vo" "; Pauphln. Sli).3! "US; Delaware, ll1.iiJt.7Vi, Lsckawanna. Ill, 2A17.1: I.anrat.ir. '.7..')T OH: I.ur.irne, l4.:m,HU; McKean, I0.inj.01'); Montgoni. erv. lf.M.'JIO; Northumberland. I0.!i7. 7."i; Philadelphia. I7rt.ml.0oo, rtiurlkilt. :W.3')7,h:W: Westmoreland. t-'.7.'.KI: York. I7.917.HH!. Pennsylvania's per capita mortgage indebtedness Is given nt 111 each and in litis respect stand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 June 1893

PES OF ESCIIOl f.DB. TALMAOS'B SERMOlf. wlosnt Brooklyn Dlvlns Tskss TJl U Old Blbla 'r and Dsws From It Mftof Lsssons." p. -'InI ihrycamr unmmnirxiornj n ii rut dnv from tAmce a branch with f4rr of grnrt, and thry bnr it Mmw tm Haff. ' Xumbsrs xlll., 83. Ion trurtirs ot the Isrnslltris srostha Upm w almost ended. Thsy hud to th borrlim of the promised land. ono.ono intuits whostartsd from Egrpt ruin, how manv Ao you stippnsa got fy bunirwl tliounAnd Oh, no. J. 000. not 100,000. nor 60, nor SO. nor t only 8 mrn. Oh. it wu a ruinous i that flod'i ppoplf) made, hut thlr )n wer living, and they were on the L and now that they had come up to rdera of the promlne.1 land they were orious to know whnt kind of pluoe It rkd whether It would be anfo to go over. fsoutlnir party In snt out to reeon 1 and they examine the land, and they back Irlii(r1n spwlmens of Its growth', fa you enme back from California, pit to your family a banket of pnart or or a'pplss to kIiow what monstrous ey have ther...

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. — 22 June 1893

Publishe.l every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor, Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must be pM In ftflriince whrn Sent out hlilp ttio county.) RATISOr ADVf RTItlNO. All trunwlmit Kdvi'illartnpnt nut otliPrwl mtitrin-ti-il fur w ill le ihiiiyi-il nt the rule of 15 I'Wn t lliii'(iinii)irH'l iiii iiMiino lor nrt lnwr tion Hud uipt'iiiR ht line for cvi-ry nulwcuui-nt iiiti mil. Thursday, .June 22, ISM. Republican Ticket. MlrrlfT, At.KHKIIM'K. 1IT. .'"'l;lt J'i Z. TAYI.OU .iKMIIKHI.INU. TrcininT. r. si:i:iiii.I). umtliN-I'lll'-ri. Til" M VH Illlltllx i Cil, .IAMKS f;ilI.KV. Am l:"Pi. .1. r. lliiVi:i(i(i i . V. Mi 'V Kit 'iirmiiT, 11I. MltM) l.'iiTIIIHWK. Republican Standing Ccaaittco- .vi iM.s. .i. i.. v i ii. . . ,i. k, r.. 1 1, i., if. ; -.i i r N.itli in rni-il. I r 1 1 1 Kiiini't'. lii-.iM r w n- v in. i'. i.. i i..'.i. K siivil. r. i i II. '. s.iiiii.,'11. v m. Il.iriiiiiui. I ' i l : r r 1 1 III .lull II Ml.T, A.N. It"lnr. I'l ink:in .1. . lit II .'.It". .1 hid-.. Kri...

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