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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 July 1893

A V -T..., Commissioner. $TUE DflOT I IIL I UUI SHUMl vV'Jr.--:-- SSCTv li run iiy llio e.liti.r. It Is not nn otvmi." It wt-iir nn-i ollar." It itfrlxltr'l a Ihsuf, Ami ni'wr -ii nut. (.Uiir.ilitr.-.lrlivuliit'ii Ift 0 L. 30. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JULY 27, 1893. NO. 2'.) 3 of LOCAL INTEREST xe badly in need of rain. J will bo abundant this fall. nw brick yard is under roof 'neighbor, David Ocker is con ic tbo houso from a severe aronow somo eighty Htiiil A attomluuco at tho Suyiloi f Normal. Bi t Ki'arioh and Win. Komi 9inmenceil cxctivationn for tlio ition of a now bakery in Mid jgh. mt many Snyder County ,inr 'visitinu Sumiuohanns Hoisfltl f the encampment of the Na , - !Jnard. i 'J (Mister Runklo lm placed a itter-box in front of tho court which is a great convenience people. ummer goods and especially goods at and below cont to room for fall and winter t Quntzberger'. ill piiy you to attend the spo 1 of Dress Goods at tho Con ry Ooods Store, Selinsprrovo, urday July 20t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 July 1893

THE JAPANESE EXHIBIT. OEHNTAL FARMING PROD UCTS AT THE FAIR. Japan Triton of th Agricultural Hulldltig I an Interesting Place- to Visit Various Ten KthlMH-Tha Japan Honey Industry Io mestlo Kowli of ihf Country. Agriculture I thn occupationol the greater part of the people of Japan. The mountain Jus anil volcantu nature of the country rn leew large, portion untillnhle. For prnlably the Kama reason tho noil I not naturally very sTtllo. but It can I, and l, made no by tho tfmn lant u- of compost. Moreover, not w half of w'.int l-t fitlrl.tr fertile: Is under nttlvatlon i but thu nmo.int of cultivate I and Is irnt'liiilly Im'f casing, and the harvests o-a becoming richer. Hut it nh h-i readily mdcrstood that If, lor nny rem.the: crops all, .severe iifTcrnii will io widespread. Tha rospcnty of the country dcpm-l upon the trtMpi-rity of the farmers. lArtNtsr. TrnrrAtiir trr'M.r.B.. The Irout entrance to Japan's piivtllim In lio Agricultural Uuilding, say the Chicago "tword, is tt th sout...

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. — 27 July 1893

ARPEN YOUR AXIS I . B. TALMAOB FBCACHX8 A f Sermon on th Existing Con on of Hllton. The Church : Nds Mora Backbone. ' ""tr. rT (! nn mil frmnd wf nil thr lontl of rnW," rtc.l (III . I31. trlnv fin1 Bind salutation to tnl tin hot. Chantauqnnn, Christian En- (YMpel worker and .heir friend J nrt f Wisconsin and America, sinners! My text in glorloualy ate. Whnt eallln subjugation lite were suffering ! The Philistine M off nil the blacksmith nnd lorn heblsekmlth'hopand abolished smith's trade In the land of Iamel. Philistines had a particular grudge daeksmlth. although t have alwavs lhm and have sometime thought to have been on" myself. The Phil nnld not even allow the parties to r valuable mine of bra and Iron, it thrv make any sword or spear. rnnlv twoswonl left In all the M. thn Philistine went on until I taken nil the grindtone from th snl.so thnt If ni Isr.vlltlsh fnrmer sharpen his plow or hi nx he had r to tli" gsrrieon of the Philistine done. There was onlv on" sharpen- men! loft...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 July 1893

Publishoil every Thursday. T. E. BARTER Editor ani Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mitM be nuiil in rnlvnnen whon sent ont- wue i ne enmity.) HATH OF ADVf RTISlNO. All trnnneleiit mlvertl'u'tnents tint otherwise eoittrwteii fur will ! rli:iri?i- r tin-rule uf in renin per line ,noii).irli'l iihmaiiiv) for II rt InT l' iiii'l lu rents t line for every HUlseiieiit invriioii. Thursday, .1 uly 27, 1803. Republican Ticket. sii-rlfT, AI.FHKII SI'KCIIT, A-vun-lilli' .I'llU'l', Z. TAYUMi ol'.MIIKKI.INO. Treiinirer. . r. .:KII(i.l. ( '"llltllt-t'ller, TIH iM V linillsTKK. .1 AMI. Hthl.KV, A'hllt. li. I . ".( i I . " . I'. M'lYKK '..flnT. Ml M U Nf In i i ll lie " K. Scp-i'ciicaa Standing C:nwiittco . i In .t . li. V.'MI.'Mv.irrii,.?. K. lVtt..r,it. I ! -:t N i' 'i.iii fr l.lrMti Kllmi'V. W .".I - . 11"' ti't'. I ti I . . Mil ii I , em re II. i . . iiiii. - II. Win. II iiitn.in. i hi) in in .l.t'm f.,i.r. ,. w. Holin r. ri.iiil.lin- .1. II. . ml II,. ;i ,1 ni,. Knt.TlIm-. .I.i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 July 1893

iofFua Hausa Sarrick. wore k Kum IIabdeh. S ;..b .W solfl-revcr ilruva tli dtro g'sbrivvft fuui Beuch ison binr.ft on si Moll gre a groob-bock un showfel un figsgrawva. Do waisbt euhut ,uJg'wist wos arf ilo will un ;t ben oil g'maneJ si defeat "het jclt kail ous era beinly ga-brucht. U Tlill McOinty Uu erne is un ine g'frogt wos are pboffa wet, i..:.,.i-lif An mifib wos are jr'nawil ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Let ts m of Adinlnfotrntlon In the ! ol Inll lienor, Itt ft Fmnltlln twp . fnjrclnr ennntjr, d'il, kvln bm rnti1 to tli unil-nlifnet, rliHn In Ailinnn tup. Sn. drr rnanif . fnn all Tn knowing tlm iclm Imlnlitnl to IJ rut ra rriiic1 I In tiink lmmllRt pKTincnl. whll thomi Imvlnic elmin will piwnt thtm duly nthentteUl tu the nndnmiiiacd, July no, 'ttt. RIMON HENFEK, Ailm'f. s.in.lHht do uucb won are g Do doohbt net t Well dtu in we ffWwd but: "Do Dema tin willu dcr tariff reduca, Bell ci-cooiiien fun unHcram gover- ob ncbiiidft uu sullti-wnko ho miner Burplim iu der iUohu. Bcrearta....

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. — 27 July 1893

niEMlDDLEimiiUillUST. T. H. IIARTER, Edit kmo Pu t MIDDt.KlU nOK. PA . Jtl.V 27. 1TO Mora than two-third of the. mala prieonor in tho State' prisons of tho various KUte are noJer thirty yeara of age. Olcrmnny ha one tofllu to every 1771 inhabitant. In proportion to population tho United States Las twice a many. Montana in larger than New Hamrv. hire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode) Island, Connecticut, New York and I'euusylvatiia put together. The average weight ( 20,000 Ho, ton turn was 1 4'J pound; women, 1 25 pound. At Cincinnati the average) fif the same tittmhcr of men was 15 1 pound; f women, 131. In the Unite. I States the average life for farmer is sixty-four years; for lawyers, fifty-two; merchants, forty eiht ; mechanic, forty-seven; sea men, forty-sis; hthorer. forty-four. Mr. 1., 1). V. N. Sonthworth as sert that she in t)i' author of the first continued story ever published in tho United States, which appeared in the Washington lira forty.Iive years Biro. It wan calleil ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 July 1893

-1 Ms" l'nlT"l Ccmrh frri tae right i. a slnate Kana cabbaic bead bat pro- Hired 40Q "ticar. T Tlost my hearing Its a result of ralarrh In lh hood and w drmf for over a jrrar. I began lotak Hood' fn.p rllla, and found whn I omd Ukn lb re bottle tiial mr hmrt rna rturlt0. it la ikiw mora than a Vr and I can baar prrfrltw .fill." H l N i a n. II. la. OH fVrtW MIPAwft. llnetxwtrr, X. . Ilrrmaa Utah. Ezioos'ib oxTxriaa la4' Fill rare all Uror 111 Bllto Jsuadlr. tod la Una. Sh ItMlarha, a "German Syrup 99 I simply state that'.I ora Druggist and Postmaster licrc and am there fore in ft position to judge. I have tried many Cough Syrups but for ten years past have found nothing i equal to Uosclice s ucrman .Syrup. i I have given it to my baby for Croup j with the most satisfactory results. livery mother should have it. J, II. Hobbs, Druggist and rostmastcr, I Moffat, Texas. We present facts, I living facts, of to-day Boschec's German Syrup gives strength to the body, lake no substitute. it ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 July 1893

. MT. PLEASANT MILLS. ing, and quite a number of out peo- !ple were preent an 1 a!! m-c ih well llev. au.l Mrs. HuniBof Williams-' pleased with tbe time spent. The tt.vn wore tU giieM of Xap. hoya tender thi-ir Hincerest thanks K:osi)isl.t week . . .Quite n num-, to the ladies for their kindii-m and l.xrof our youni?pud.,")irues are nt-, wait for an other invitation. .. .Co. tondiinj Normal at Mi.Ukburgh. . . . purveyor C. L. Wetzel stopped orer Tiied. C. land f t'J plu'-o h is 'tiijiht oi.e duy last week at the Jack booked mgugi-mcnts for the next " the evenintf gave some An- Suturdays Prof. 1'. Uillhardt fine violin select ions at Den. Her- of MiiMleburdi will assist them on 'tier's and Georgrt Klinglcr'fl. Mr. the rliiriin t new school house Wetzel is ft finn violinist. .. .Jolly iv.ll bo built near Aline P. 11. ' Ike S ili-r of Slmmokiu, wants to bo M.illenbei c' r of llii htiel.l. accom- ( with oar fudiei men this week a day p.t tied by Mr. Porter of Philudcl- or fo. Ike will b...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 August 1893

t lij' ' i '! -I' Mi Ml? THE POST H nin tv the editor. It IhihiI sif'Oritnn." It tnm nn'i'iuliir." it Mtws- ,. ivopleana l. Its p'I mvn open for a of topics ut I pntruim. It never il'K"(l ii Isfltlc, fco.0oimfai6oeii: MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER ct)., PA., AUGUST 3, 1893. NO. "30 t. OST of LOOAL INTEREST Katie Spaid of New Berlin lest of MiH8 Maggie Spaid. 3. W. Herman and children inday at Selinsgrovo. Xnnio Snyder of Richfield g relatives in Middleburgh. Ella llhoads of Harrisburg guest of her undo I). T. i. f Brcon of Jackson town d of appoplcxy ou Monday, )out 4 years. Crier Barber and family of e ttpent Sunday union their fiends in Middleburgh. Jnr.nual picnic fit Gilbert' House will bo held on Satur llgust 2'1. All invited. td. J Oeker of whoso sickness wo nention last week in n liltlo but is (till very seriously ill. J. Smith has returned from W weeks' trip to tho World's md is overwhelmed with its ess. a Klingler and family of Salem Sunday with relatives in Mid- Manhart of Selinsgro...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 August 1893

V III niEMIDDLKMJKOH TO, T. H. IT A RTIR, Enrren akd Pm'b. Miii)!.Kiu:noti. p... aitu. x im KEYSTONE STATE CULLING A M'.USKEN HACK MOT. nCNJ AMI POI.ri IHTTl.t AT nttCSBtM. THRtl MTVLI.T ASH MY OTIIFUS HAM.t ixjt:r:i. ScwAsra Saturday was pav day t the mints nt Priccburg. :i prosperous borough of thii county, and the several hundred Huns and Polish employes begvi to drink heavily. At night .1 Hun n 11 1 a V ettgag fil in ftc?b In 'iryari I-'uilon saloon and Ihrir Countrymen took sides with tlit'tu, free fight resulting The borough police arrested four Hun garian and lodged them in Jail. At 9 o' clock the Hungarian held sii Indignation meeting, n 1 1 I then proce eded in a hotly to Ihejiil, where they overpowered t lie kef per mid liberated tin prisoners. Tli caused the largest riot itmt ha occurred in this region in lit years. The Polei took exeep. tiim ami a rnce war commenced, laving, three hours, during which thero was rign of terror, nil the saloon in the town being taken isicsl...

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

L first manufacturm enterprise) In erica fiast factor Jamestown. t fnrr" cured Hold Irn ns - fl, owner of A hair lenscsii as ''""''7. rtfud a showman offer of I5WJ for ft L,, thrt eured atone b? llsteVa Unl- f,,..-h Hrrup. eents at driwtf'.s's. KNOWLEDGE Itrlim comfort and Improvement nnd tend to personal enjoyment hen rightly used. Tho many, who livo bet ter than others nnd enjoy iifo moro, with less expenditure, by raoro roniptljr 'adapting tho world'n best products to the. needs of physical bein, wMl nttest ,thn valuo to health of tlio ptAo liquid .laxative principles embraced in tho I remedy, Fyrup of Fijra. Its exerllencc h duo to It preenting in tho form most ncceptablo nnl plena i ant to tho fciste, the rtf reshlrjr nnd truly I beneficiul properties of n nrlect lax I stive : effectually cleansing tho system, dist UinR cold, heailaehes and fevers nnd permanently curing constipation. It has civen satisfaction to million and met with tho approval of tho medical profession, becau...

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. — 3 August 1893

Published every Thursday. T- H. EARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which must he ivil.1 n advance, who acM out-Hid.- the county.) SATIS OF ADVERTISING. All tninaclent ndvcrtt-cnietiM not otherwise contracted .r w III W-clinrvr.-d ill the mic of 1 rente -r line (iiniiiiirl-l nn-nsim-) lor tli'it In-u-r-tern n ri . 1 Id cents per line lor every fliihwipu-Mt In sen Inn. Thursday, August 3, 1S!)3. Republican Ticket. Mi-Tirr, At.KKKtlsl'Ki'HT. A late .I.i.Ikc, 7.. TAVI.Klt (iKVUKlil.lNd. Tr- i-nr -v. f. C. -!'.nti !.!). t'.'llllltl-ololiiTM, Ti!'v liFni'.-rnit. -l.M! l.l:H!.n. A'l-lll. -r. .1. C. I'.uWI V- IX. - i . y.t t:it t'-rn.-r. I'll. MAI; Ni !!('TII!;.r. Kcpufclica: l.T.'If. .l ! in - .1. 4;. M 1 1:, a .-I!,..). C. F, Il.-.i.-r- N i'Ii.iii l i I. Ii i n Kmt,.-. Iti .ivi r i-ki - v in. II. 1 i r. 1.. ... 4. siv.lcr. 1 entrc II. "'. .h,..-.-i. ni. Il.iri in. 111. 1 Ii 1 -tn. 1 - .l uii. m. r A. w . Ij.iinrr. 1 "r.i 11 k It ii I . Ili.uiir.l li.vL-. .1 iin.'i...

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

A DMINISTHATOH'S NOTICE. 1M- Special Sale of Dress Goods at the X tern of Admlnlxtmtlon in the otaui ol IHinUI lloni.r, lata if Franklin iwp.. SrnriWcnnnty, p., rtwM, knn trn prnt.il to Ilia onriirrlitneil, rosl.linic In AiUnn Iwp. Knr d.r ronntjr, Ptiinn., nil prorn knowing t'mii. elrw lDlrM to an hi ut or rniitel to nmk. liiiinoillnt. payment, while th hrln rUIrm will trrnt tliera duly nthentleUil lo th nndrraiKDed. July -Jfi, 'Vi. SIMON BF.NFKn, Arlrn'r. IvlooMtore .?. -.a i ill' ft l ' . r- Eriof Fern Ilausa Earrick. ' V.n Kernel IIahoe n. jh woro iler on nor ilnwir ilrunim .ciieninpmont on Sliikilliinj, 1111 ittit luicli 011s r.iuloltfa KMiumoJ i mere ols g'hot lion fur cm crook. )llit il tiuch wo fiiriclnlcrlirhos FARM FOR SALE ! Iir-ntiM 1 mlln Wmt of iwtti,inr. nr-ar tlw Fiilr umiinil, contain, njr :ii ACItKH, inure or Ii'kh. All Uini'fttiitif will unci wi-ll mluptiil to trncklntr. wit 11 vikkI liiillilinirt, k lliiv ynmiK on liiiril, hikI nil iitln-r kinds of fruit. N"Vtr-f...

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. — 3 August 1893

DISTANCES AT THE FAIR IMMENSE 8PACE COVERED BY THE EXPOSITION. A Visitor Mutt Walk Great Many Mile to Men All the WonlM of the White ity Itoute of the Average Hlght-Seer Some Kt hlblu of foreign Countries. The World' Fair le not only wondertul exposition of the glolw's Industrial, mechan ic and artistic progress, tut It la a "city of magnificent distance. " Speaking of the Immense apace covered by the Fair, the Chi eago Record says t Borne poor weak woman who eotiM not travel four block downtown without loard Ing a horsecar will walk five miles at Jack on I'ark. Hhe does n reallr. It at th time. All the time something la happening to engage the mind. The long Jaunt la taken la homeopathic doses. J0 yard at a ttme. It haa often liwn remarked, and there la no harm In re-atlng It now. that fie general Hgneen of tli Intra around the Fxposltlon stives delusive Ideas of distance. The visitor haa an experience like that of a "tenderfoot" la the Buckle who concludes to walk over to eertatn ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 August 1893

3 .1 iCHTS OF CHILDREN. I B. TALMAOB TELLS OW L't Baortflea cf III Publf lb Mltki Parent Msaa. F" fmhrr, if than hatt opened fAy ri ft ,orl. K " necoram m (A An prtwlrd oaf o fAy moafn." nh w freebooter. Early turned a a horn whew he ought to hava d for. ha c-onnorted with rough men forth to mm bl living aa best ha fin those tlmea It wa considered f a man to go nut on Independent fexpetlltlon. Jeplithnh im a rood prolan to tha light of hi dark aire, kgh a wsnderlng nnd predatory life lr, irkles and precipitate. Th f Ool change a man' heart, but Verses hi natural temperament. ( Israelites wanted the Ammonites Hit of their country, so they sent a pa to Jephthsh? asking him to be-friamander-ln-chlef o( nil the force. Jit have wM, "I'wi ursvs me out Mi hud no it for me, and now you i ixmble yon want me back," but he did It hat. Il takes command of the nds messenger to the Ammonite to i to vacate the country. and getting rnble response marshal hi troop Ir. f going out to the war Jcphthah...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 August 1893

J Ant rutTrn I Oiirli:iinl lms Ik i ii prnrticini? of If tc, niii.l is cnnntrcil to play for t lie Ltfoinuil jiic nic to be lnkl on JSat urday in Murkley's drove. . ..On last S ittn d.ty, Jtoj-il, won of Samuel PnM, v six Ml l n ly a cuppi-i'-lirad xnakc. JlisH llitlio Zonp, who hnd Lorn Maying at Danville for hoiiip timo in viitin hor parent and friends.... I'or a lit v way of Hsbing nsk 'l'lind. lowing and Michael IVaver Car- lie and Ksther Youngnian of tho Orphans' Home at Loysville, are Kpindin a short vacation with their luotlier- .Hooks, IJucher, & Swen plc are putting in a new plope.... 1 'it ley, JtiiHoliorn Co., are repair hm Iht r coid hiding and making oth er nrrtingciucnt for a large coal trade tho coining season. . . .Kugonc Getz, wife and daughter of Milroy, are visiting his mother. .. .Some of our old veterans would like to get Lold of Hoke Smith Mrs. Shaw, son and daughter of Clearfield, arc visiting here. MT. I'LKASAXT MILLS. Missis Koppcnhafcr andSpaiigler flow...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 August 1893

" 1 '' "! WIT'"1! "Ml 'H'TI PIT 4 r fTHE POST HE POST I run liy tin' rilltnr. , It In nut nil "Orifiin." ft wenr nn-f iiHnr." It never UxlK"l leue, AllJni'VtT Ml'ltlOUt. Co. Commission! 'a l'KM, lor t he People nj , toe It'I'IP. J'-" rm ,irnre rIwiij T,'t tnr diwuwlon of plMi of kioroul to IU patryns. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 10, 1893. NO. 31 VOL. 1 . ' 7 EMSofLOO. INTEREST HestenNeff atV wife of Gordon fx, spent SunAv with his lather cv. NetT. f Unless we Retrain soon the corn Wl potato crorwill be a failure. 11 irill bo short it is. Miss Lillirn Kompfer of Solins ovi was tJo guest of Miss Naomi Whoch over Sun Jay. Miss Acpie Gotubcrling of Selins- ovo, is the pneRt of her sister, Mr. lid lira. Bowes. Tho Y. P. S. of C. E. of Froeburg, fill hold a Festival ami Fish-Pond in Joycr's Hall on Saturday oveuing, H in not ouo tremendous effort W will make us good, but n con Lnt succession of struggles with jltle B1US. Prof. Manhart principal of the itlicrau Seminary nt Sclinsg...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 August 1893

ELAND COINAGE. 1118TOBY OF ITS PA88AOB Through Congress ta 1S7S and of th Clr cumstaocss Leading 10 It xvnactmei.t. The panic o: t78 resulted in Tery f eaeral discussion o( tbo money question. Doe of the couiequtncei of this was tha rganlxatlon ot the Creenback party which maintained that the mere flat, or declaration of the Government, waa auf. Relent to make money of that which otherwise had no value. The act of March IS, IHOtt, was passed for the pur pose of strengthening the public credit. It pledged the (lovernment to the pay ment In coin, or It equivalent, of all obli gation, notes and bonds except thoso where the law authorising the Issue stipulated that payment might be made la lawful money, which simply meant legal tender notrs. This law was subse uocotly the occasion of much advera rriticism. especially after the stoppage of the coinage of the silver dollar and the removal of Its legal tender quality. The effect, ot course, was to make the Clov eminent bonds bavaula in sol...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 August 1893

j Fold times recalled kod." Psaira xxxix., o. if Is David, the psalmist, with th B Btsssiiros or uxuon lor In sUminUoeneea. tm ue Old Bom ana jtointr. ..V fore- Lr of his right hand against hts tnple, floor hnt against the world, ee-ft1 f,.miltlon. And It would be mf tor n ike the me posture often, a m ine i sgslnst the world while waafdow In ,t solitude to contemplate, small island off the coast I ee passed hlmlh In dollghtlul olltudeJtor I had Ived tht I would have one W ' entire I tofor I entered upon aatiP'nal work night to havo spent the day fr laving out lor Christian work, but int"ad of that fame a day t tender ismseonoe, I iwed my pastorate. I iho hands with Id departed irlend, whom I 'hall greet n when the curtains of 1'" nre lifted, lays of mjf boyhood eene back, and I in years o( aire, anil I wa and I waa 'here waa but one hou on the inland, vet from "ahlsub. dajreak, when the chant woke me. until tM evening melted I lie bay, from ahore tO'horo there were 0 memories, and ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 August 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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