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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 February 1894

THE POST ,TIiE POST; Pa. 110 11 III I Miir I1M ME) t.lOcH 30cts vr, (iy ryw! , ' 1'iA. Ia Petit- 1 rmnhfttlcnlly a NEWS FAl'KHJortiie l'enpleanrt by the I'eople. Its col li nn lire nlwaya open tor t le (1l'iiHilon of topic a of Interest to tut patrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Thomas S wartz of Troxclville, was buried ou Tuesday. He was aged 75 years. Eil Bower of Renova, visited his tuother, Mrs. Thomas Bower, in this place last week. Wasted A good farmer with a uinall family for one year. Address Box 23, Globe Mills, Pa. Miss Sue MeDch, who visited rel atives and friends in the Buckeye state since before the holidays, re turned home Friday of lust week. Wm. Wolf of Centre Hull, hereto fore considered one of Centre coun ty's solid finaucial men, has failed. Liabilities $24,000. Assets $11,000. Daniel S. Boyer, Esq., was re flected Justice of the Poaco for Washington township for his seventh term. Ho has served thirty success ive years. Win. Pursley, Sr., the noted hun ter a...

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. — 22 February 1894

rHE M1DDLEBURGII POST. T. H. HARTIR, Xrmea am Pm'i. MII'DI.KPUF.GH, PA.. FK.Ii 1MM. Improved railway oommnnioation with the best part of Florida have re moved the clinmtio inducement fur a yiit to Europe. The New Vork Observer snggcMs th At clergymen really ought not to write so illegibly aH to provoke the nompoMtors to conirui. tbe sin of pro fnuity. I'tttsluirg in very happy over the ar rival of heavy cargo of inolassca direct from New Orleans, tbe fin-ton record. Heretofore tin' rule ha been to break cargo at Cincinnati and re - ti i j . It is figured :it by the New Orleans ricavtttio that Mump collector have put away ?l,HM,()(li) worth of the J jluiuViiKii imi-M forwhich I'ncli' Shiii wiVll not lie culled on to perform any iTI not lie culled i rviot. lr Fall., of Vi.-i ncrv in !i, w lio lid" been so mi rrceMul in predicting earth rpiuk my (bat. New York will dis appear it. 1 . 1. r u tnlal wave next .1 nljr or AngnM, Mini' Florida ami Cnlifor nia may Iwium luuds hh t Ui- result ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 February 1894

o 0 Sfce glitolehrg! lost. Published evory Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Fropnctar. Subscription $1.50 per year (which must be pnld In ailTane when sent out ride the county.) MTIIOr ADVIATItlNO. All tmntrlent ailrertlnementa not- otherwla uninriul fur will ho rharireil nt thfl rate of IS renta per llnafnnnpnrlcl measure) for find lner tlon ami 10 cents per Una (or every nuhaeqiient insertion. Tlmrsday, February 22, 1891. . '. .... -yo Grow Elected by 150,000! Froo Tra-Jo un Protection: Sawg nix ctor 'Lcckshon ! nci-iclikoit doot mere bed ! SNYDER COUNTY COMPLETE! DISTRICTS. s-:32 f --: AllallH Heaver Heaver West entn chapman .... Krunkllu Jaeknon NlddlelmrKh Vtddlecreelt. Monroe ...... IK): 147: Hi! M: Ms; Mi 6rl Hi; in; 1IMC 71: WI: IM: ! !! if.; .'! M vi 5N Mi li 1 Si 8: i I i: S: 1! 1; l'enn , Perry BT: : : : 63: s 4T: 8: 1'e.rrjr WeaU ne'inagrove.. spring. ...... Hiku Washington. 1871 ... ...... -'nion Snook, (W II Kline and Geo Norman tie) i SupervlHorH, (John W KUno and Da...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 February 1894

V " -- "V"''' ' T-, r. In ' r i. I t J5 ;4 1L r .1 I 7 KING OF GAME FISH. THE MOIlIiF. SALMON OP COIXMI1IA It IV Kit. THE He in doing th Way of the Hiiflalo Caught by the Thousands In In human Wheels May Very Soon lie Kxtlnct. FAK out lieyond NehraskVa mighty plains whore but late was wont to roam the king of i American Wast lies the Co Iniubia's acenic lanil, known still to fame a the home of the monarch of our inland waters, the epleudidly royal salmon. Every American epnrfsman knows, nays the Washington Star, something, of the keen delight f spearing a ehi nook or a atrclliead, to any nothing of tin pleasures of liiintiiiif a bliiebnck. even ifho doesn't know thut their hoientirle imniH, the ouforli.vnchiiH rhoiii hiit and t!ie im1iui gainluc-M, are nearly hh large u themselves. Hut few .f Hi Net ni to realize that the salmon in in the hsiiic danger Hint overtook the luilUl.i, ami that, unless their HetisclrsH slaughter he retarded, they will lieeoiue extinct. Unlike the Imi!)h1o...

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. — 22 February 1894

Li i g'ebtucba het. Are hut noach walla awer dare ketzer is ga-dmva vre n Holonuer un now bucket! dor Sam my un wardt ilawg far dawg far arena woos gwidJer ene cb nnixt mohl onna dreft Ola Widder, I3()OSA8TKlL. Brecf Fum Haws a Barrick. Lever Keknei. IlAttDEic. Ich wore tier oniim 1;iw; dinva liy em Sammy Si-chIiiiI furs mid dawg okhii. Ich liin frco im formid duwp onna ccomii im m to woi a dart g'bucked un gWhwt-lzed wn-gn d:i hardta tzcita un wo do leit manuka era loib mlo liianouncr lioMtii, don ivvcr dem cooined usht uliout ho cn hliir ncr mon iii oh ich in nuiin l:cva g riuna lion. Are woro aw tier beslit schwelzor os ich in m tin l.tm e'liarcd hull. Ich holi mor mlvcr net helfa kenna one Kleiehii. Are hut tHU olios ga consent os d.T Sammy g'sawd hut. So bin giishdadoom g'schwctzod un va ars-ht os tier Sammy g'wtst hut worn ho on tier sutmi ladci nuirgroddla far in dr himmel un dcr from mon wore usht a pawr tihnruHtm unnich em Sammy in siiuo groildla. Wiegu politick hen ho os n...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 February 1894

IN THE VflXEY, To-day when tho mm wo lighting my house on the plnn-clad hill The breast of a bird tM ruftUd M il perched on my window Mill. And leaf (M chased dy thn kitten ou the hreer.o-ewept garden walk, Anl thn dainty head Of n dahlia red Was stirred on It slender stalk. Oh, happy thn bird at thn rose tree, unbend. Ing the threatening storm ! Ami happy thn bltthn Inaf chaser, rejoicing in sunshine warm t They Ink not thought (or tlm morrow - they know no cam to-day : And thn thousand tiling That thn futiim brings Are a hlitnk to such its they. lint (, bv thn housnhcld Ingle, can Interpret thn looming clouds. For thn wind. ' i-hoos" through thn key- hole, and a shadow thn lions' eu- shrouds : And I know I mint int my mountain and go ilnwn to th v iln below, For my house Is chill On thn windy Mil. Wheu thn nuliliiiu tempest blow. My mind If fomvnr drawing an lintru- tlvn psrallcl Twixt temportl things that perish nnd eternal things (lint dwull Whnn billows and waves surround inn a...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 February 1894

Whkn friends ibuM you behind ,ur back," do net Brieve too much. hy lo not meat all they oar. They ;ll tinlle as usual when they meet 'A ' A Rate, Usaae' Trait. int ecrporatloBS aloe make Ihe Vt Ln, for morally speakiBt w place rllanee thing moat ueAafal, and thereby Mab- ih moat flubataatlal truat, and thla la tba ,v to do It. "My wife." Bay Mr J. W. ,i, Fairmont, Nab., jo.B'ered lateaeely Hh sciatica, nad waa halplaaa. I triad naay i0 to nn purpoee, Although tba doetore Lid 'no' i got a bottle of R. Jacob Oil and i It -, r, n n mA iha nil M &mI Ih m akrf I a f rus fnnihflA.1 nn tk aiiMf w f enr ihatnrlMiM nt V.ln it i ail fi ah ocWIrg Thomas taka tba seas, eoaraa and w. Irnrl tor hlmsal' 1 her are 2.fl flshint clubs in London, ..... Hiamhanhth nr 1'' IMl'l Aa lnirtaai IHCrreaee. Tn make It apparent tn thousands, w-bo think wni''iiri ill. idui i nr. an nn. BniiriBn wiui nt disease, but t lint the system slmnlr need cleansing. Is to bring comfort bom totltelr lrr'. hx a costive c...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 February 1894

"' "" ".v r9-jf V J . L KRATZEHVILLE. Lots of ouxli'.liitrs In town but l . t imicli smoke 'Squire. anber- 11. an i having a will drilled on hi jirmiu'H. Sainul Mauier, of Ka li in. 1M tli jol. . . .".Siuirfi Wngner vns to Adanielnin: lust Thu rnd iy to Dr. J. (). Wbrhoi-, who i very hiil. Wo vinh tho Dr. a recovery H. F. Ileriunn l.ns inov-d hi family to hi- fuiiu. l'miik HiiyH farm lifo ntfrccs with l.im Samuel Yeariek moved into tlit house viK'iiti-d by 15. F. Herman nnd we elaini him oh ii full fli-dRcd citizen. . . .iiifis Maine, (iood of Si linsurove, whk entertained by Minn (ieitie (lood during dislrii-t insti tute. JIihh (loud i a lady of letiued luiinnerstuid nlwiiyn reeeiveH n warm welcome in our town 0. W. Her man, candidate for AHsenibly, wan in town on Friday nnd Saturday. . . . Kev. Kennedy w ill preiich hi faro well Hermon next Sunday evening. We hopu conference will re-appoint Li in to thisehurtfo uh his Inborn were greatly appreciated by our people. . . The locul in...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1894

v f THE POST THE POST It run l.v tin" ixlltor. I. wnphntlrnlly NEWS t.PKI.t'rtti'l,iiiliMiinl i me rpi". " :, Smiiniri' lw;i.vr;tl.r ,11,,ll.-ninof I'M'U-s ol interest WK pntrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Ttii'fltfn. "Kirn Toilet Snap. Seenta." Kor motitliHliiintr uii tin- wall ; The ludli-a ciimt' nml went rarli tiny Put boiik'lit no sjup nt nil. Tli'ltfn w.ls clmni,'t"l : ',Cmipl,l"n snip," rrl" so cents per rake." TUB dealer In tin1 ln'l two week A tnrttine Hinnll llil mike. Mrs. Frank S. Roiglo spent lust week with hor parents nt Freeburg. Win. K. nud Scott Miller, of near Salem, were in town several hours on Sunday. Miss Mabel Witteninyor of Buck nell, sitout Sunday nt her homo in thin place. Mrs. L. Fi. Pawling, of Sclins grove, visited relatives in Middle burgh, over Sunday. John Eisenhart and wife, of Kha mokin, are visiting relatives and friends iu Middleburgh. Calvin W. Steiniugcr, of Lewis burg, visited his parent., C. II. Steininger's, in Middleburgh, over Sunday...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1894

f ) TO A CAT. ltfsf.rtf. klM.1l. lorlljr friend, Coudfteenl Here to Kit b? in anil tnro Obs-lou i evaa that ami) and liirn, (Million ryaa. Imn liatrloua uiaed. On I lis ijul.lrii ! I r.l. All yutr wondrous wealth of laslr. I'aik anil fair Hi I hot. )iK(y. no t snrt tarii-bt A therliau til at d Imama if night, Par hit revi rent baud's raueaa liars It U lllmaHitr tllllkUMt, Hog mar fnwn on nil an ! aotuo A t hv cane ; Ynn. aliifml of loftier mind, Anaanr r t 1 alone in stud luM yotir foot iiNitt mv hand tot If I i J a it iiiiilotaiaud. tk'orulnat in-itnl thl allout .wet I o l"n aat f-'heU II a utaaitli and ml lifting light. 1 li'lll I ha iir-d ml clouds wllla tnlt;bt, I'linni; m-twt and orchaol heath, l awn, and tr Iru there leueatla. 1 air ant dim thay gleamed below; Now i h"y t:uw fle' na ihi yitil aillllll lght eves, ! t I r a. evsu thn wnkmnu aklea. Can I! lint (if ,'lin 11 le r-iaar tlta. vol kih tlia"W to Mny mil n i re, nice I. t--init tliH mv I'di.ii to la- ii i-ili-d. in I li...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1894

i 1 1. i Bum a ud J ittia C'mf. tin of Mrni. A Cumber I ami elrrtryman has often urcd an old woman In his jarlsh to ?o to rhurch. ami he so far j retailed on her that f-he attended on Sunday morning. However, by rnlsehiinre, she got Into a cw lickinging to a regular attendant. the verger went t her and beck oned her to come out. At the Fame Instant the harmonium commenced Having, whereupon the old body, skating her head at the verger, said, "It's nea we asking me, you mun git somebody else, as ah can't dance." ; ,-ss- CdpL.j jomas cnaTie Beach Haven. X. J. EIGHTEEN YEARS A Feafaring Man S uflcrs Iron. Impure Blood "stannous Taint Kx relied and llrallli In tirirl h Hand's. "C. I. Ho.nl A Co.. I.nell. Vn : "I wish in In ynu knew w hut lliorSiir(H. rilla La.i done fur inc. i have Inen troubled Willi A rrofaloMn a rt for about clalitecti jean. I'"ir tln wM year the pnisnnnus tmiiii dies have sti,rnd thinuuh my syalem, and wire have In-oke nut nil out my body. I Hied many kind!) u( iiii-...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1894

i l ,1 11 si Published every Thursday. T- H.HARTER Editor and Frognetor. Subscript ion $1.50 per year. (which must N- imlil In rnlvntiro wlirn m'lit otit niili Hip county.) HATtlOF ADVIRTISINO. All triinwI'Mii nilvcrtliotnonts not nttiprwlw t-niitrm-ti-il for llll"' i-luiri;i-il lit Iho nili- of IS cpnis xt lliii' (tio!i irio nii'usiiri') for llrtt Iii-mt-tlon mi'l 1() cimiIh (nt Ilia' for every Kiili-u'iii-nt insert Ion. Thursday, Muivh S, 18!) 1. Our Next Governor ! v. 7 .O.-l I w V. WJ&W G.'n?r.i! Dirv"! Hirt'inn H-r-t'n". (Scih'ImI :isf itn, flu niun f r vh m we vot- for (lovcnmr mi S.it unl i.v.is essentially a M lf nunle man, for liis enily lid- was u roiitinui'il buttle, iiinl in tlu strniigpst uicttils with tin 'A lilire arc nuulo so liy tiro an.l luiinmer, so the chnriictcr of llastiuirs v:ts sticiitlK-iii'il liy di versity. II.' was liorn lYlu miry liiitli, lNf.i, i rt littl,, loo; 1,S(. l.uiit ly his father's ,li;unls near S.ilonu, iVtinsylviini:!. j lis father was u ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1894

Brecf Fum Haws; B.irtick. Lkvkk Kkiinii. Hauhku. Ich utj dcr Dud mi do loKcinoni niy wixMisi in (ilnlil)cr (1 iw, um tit r Datl hut mere shunt cm letlslitu nhpoto-yohr faislipniclia oh won ich lpcht lleisicli wclshkiirn busht.i tlaiil don dniil are mich niit. nuch dor Iliuniiiff court nciutim in Schwiuo ford Hhtottlo. Km lcdshtu Dinsh diiwy sin mere ob-j-'Hhtait. Ich lin now uincl.u; yohr oldt im woro in moim Leva net weiiler fun liame os do lniddlo-fonHC. Ich bin shim" Hex foos Ion-;, hob on tzuw look un wa r shunt wullich um dcr b.iwrd room ; hob on glii'iier browner hoot su-woru os Rooked wo on droohtor, '.in my huHsu lion nil' sox tzoll not nunnor on my Monroo shoo ga-lon-H. Mor sin null" on dor Ifawsn Unri ick riggd-wako, un wo do train roi oooiim is hilt so ga-lilosa on ich nil' do knoo g'folln Lin so hut 8 in ich farshruoku. Do k:or woro full hit. Lots fun shirna ninid un do lion shier oil nuoh mere cn-locht. Ich hob bully iff cold. Wo dcr conductor room cooma is hut dcr Dud ...

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. — 8 March 1894

fflEMlDDLEBURGH POST. T. H. HAKTIR, Enriest ato Pm'. wirM.r.r.i i:;ir. r. . mad ji ivm. Kir .Tohn I.tilbock hp rt that J2.10,. 000,00(1 in iiivi'Ktcit in building soci eties in this countries. Tbe tlomohtie pet of the world are belicvcil to rnrry thirty per otnt. of j the common contagions thHcabte from I house to house, i "')" I'.cti I r i m in i n, uf kcntie intikort, Me., celcbratotl his Moth birthday r titlv. li in Meat not), with charaeteristie rashness uf n bov of revt nt v-ohe, riiHlli-noil tho vhl ' ki r to wrestle. The cIihIIi tig-o was SM'ctptetl mi,) the i)i:istf ill son Whit put ! ou Lis buck. "It is it paradoxical truth." muse , tho AVuKhiiiLtoti Star, "Unit wh'ti tin ; profit' wt n Nut ion uri rejoicing and ' w 1 1 il.it --t 1 with cnch other, they nro 1 in the In ft condition to to nut- with ' mime ntlii r country. If llie (lovi-rn- mint of ( liTuiaii v were to declaro war j now the r.iiii ror would hitvc tho most ' enthusiast it) fol lowing. ' A glimpse of the harves...

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. — 8 March 1894

i i rek ISLE OF BFATJTY. SICIIiY, liAJID OF HISTORIC VEX" DETTA AND KKCKNT ItlOT. Ilie'atlve Rebel Against Heavy Tax ation otne of the Kanied Isl and's Itlcties of Nature and Art. NE of the most in- K tereating island of the world in Sicily. Jt in noted for its people of volcanie teniperatue n t, ft tretl hk for it fa- 7l 'mL MonMonnt Etna, ' Va-ew"" an1 it in recorded i' of tlio native Sicil ian that be would leave n feast to at teril a tight, so belligerent are li in in stinct. Hut thin time, Bay the De troit Free 1'ress, it is uot the tradi tional vendetta that ia bursting into act iuii, lint the revolt of an over-taxed people against oppreNHiou. They ean not pay their tax, which is ho heavy tiuit there ia nothing left for their liv ing expenses. While the Italian resi- CATACOMB1" dent in other part of the country does not afliliate with the lloiunn-lireek-Xoriiian-Italiau of Sicily, he docs sympathize with a revolt against injustice, and an outbreak of local war upou the island ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1894

.1 11 CENTKRVILLK. Tho xcrriHo which wtro 1i11 in Iho town Kchool n the- fvenintf cf 1 tho 2Jiul w to vi iy well ntteinlotl j lioth by the citizens and ulno 1y tho scholar of tlio dim. i t lit schools, i This idimva the schohtiH ff our J echooln hi v patriot ic, ami that tlu-y ale lvi'i pitiiC fif-li in their nn'in.n it h the day on which the Father of Our j Country was horn. Co. Supt. Dower- i soxhImo made a very appropriate ad drctiH in honor oftieoro Washing-1 ton Uriah W'eit ick, w ho was con- j lined to his couch hy a hovcio cold, , is aaiu uhle to ! out. . . .Mr. L. S. llartiuan, landlady of the tho Ccn triville JIoumc, visitid in Milliuont and Lewishurj; last week. ...D. It. Smith came down from L-iurelten on Tuesday on hti.sint-Hs and also to congratulate his friend on theUrow victory. . . F,x-nldier Jos. Swarm was to Lewishurt; on Wednesday (Juitu a numlier of our people at tended court last week... W. II. Shinkil ami Wolf Friedman of MiiV linourj.', wnc in town Sunday. i m...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1894

Co. Commissioners, 1 1 94 I t THE POST THE POST Is emphnttr-nn? ft NEWS- KY KH. Mr the rple and by thfl People. H 1 ninrnnr Rlwiiy open for thpdlseufwlon ol tuples of Interest to Its patrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST T. B. McWilliams spent Sunday with his family at tliia place. Miss Katie Swineford of Miffln burg, was tho guest of J. II. Ehoads over Sunday. ltov. Keff and delegate, D. F. KcrBoltcr, are attending conference at Allenville, Mifllin couuty, tbis week. X. A. Bowes purchased tho houf o ami lot of Thomas B. McWilliams in the Frcuch Flats and will occupy it iu the spring. Charles Spaid has purchaHod a lot immediately back of the Chapel from John M. Moyer upon which he is erecting a house. Miss Sue Mensch, after a pleasant visit of sovoral weeks to relatives and friends in Union county, re turned home on Monday. MustcAt College. -The spring term opens May 1, in vocal and instru mental music. For catalogues ad dress Henry B. Moyer, Freobiirg, Pa. 3w. The now residence...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1894

1 HE DOWNFALL OF .A TERROR. I run th wllil ami wii Iv Wot litiiie lipping roirlux peat I ll liull When hit struck the tnwn imoia llo ws. itnt'itf In fM i nt 11 r(.l, J ti -t fur Inn. Then he Ii-m-.I up In ' he air. Ami I ln il n fiiir Kil l t il nr Oil Ilia plliit ll wim il it ll r imil. you I'll, .Mi l li" "In t inn li retX"l I or hln slti. Willi A WlliM-p III" Started In. Ami ho Idled lil' nU wnli Kin Attlul lull Must in iii ninivll Iti 'run In a sen vt irne ii i nil," Win Un III ill I 1 In oiiiiU thi' ! ii !' ini'l ' n trlt, ,lnl I l.i" pt - nmilH it s..tS If ill kin kl k' I ll n t nit I i-l r. r Ir mi ll" l lit, no n I, lull of SiH pli - butt, lii'inl Mini ri od liiiim l sloe lii-mi"! mi l 'm i, 1'ultnii! H' 'i ( H r r ,1 ii .1 mr III" -I. I cr a I villi ln mini it 'I IiIii'avI. l.i.t i l" I I K I n In l lln I l 1 Willi ii Inn I 'Tun nn awful i il iJi'Uln 1 1. nl I Ins " 'il Ii "I mi''' lien l.c k' ri U I ifin ! u I'i" i"i'.l " VV I u nl ! .. ! v. . I .llll li I.," ' hint i r I ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1894

- 5 '.'r J t n v iat ef tin bo a t! eco real i b tetf ut 1 IflOS THE BATTLESHIP INDIANA. SUCCESSFUL TRIAL THIP. IIo Vrshlp in th World Her Sujcrlor. Dimension of the Iiw Fighter. Th rattleshlp Indiana, after a most rrsxful preliminary trial trip returned to tier dock at Cramp ship yard tn Philadel phia, early Weilnwday inornln?. th ship waa put Into ttea and itlven hard run ol four honrovrtrieour usually cho-en by tbe Crampi for tbelr builders' trial. Three tripi wr made. Tbe tint tinder natural draft was accomplished at a ped of 11 1 10 knot, tha si-cond under half forced rtraiichl in a trifle let than 15 knots and tbe third under loiced irrauirlit at 1.1 .'W-IOO aunt. The guarautMd ted f the Indiana in i: knots. There teems tin doubt that tha bit battleship will avcrnue Kii knots an hour when the official trial trip Is inncle. Tbe result of the trtit ws so far ahead of exper'atiunathat Kilwin t'ramp, who has hrite of tbe Kliip. gave o'dera t licit she should return to the yard Ins...

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. — 15 March 1894

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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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