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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 October 1887

PteUiriiad try ThurttUr. John Runkle of the firm of Beebold Si Runkle haa returned from the c wth a fine stock of goed. l'fl.t l.- (Jvtt v...... It ..,....,,... I b at MtMhMM 4 ;JJ .hS'S, S,r;: ftllildtebnrtr iilurkct "' October 19, 1387. ttged 23 years an. I 13 Mrs. 8uiith, wife of a fanner who UttVS. IHi.ft.ar lliit reinnine rxrrlvjd at It t f.itlir', i.m John H. Hits, iiio-ur m XI..... I... i. . i resides near Sunbury, went to the lnit in rliitrice r j r. t. K i r ir il j-.- It.h.h t. ,1 Oar fyiniH hrhoi the foamy will house of John P. Ilnns, n neighbor, 'flnKer, u brotlirr, end wen- Hurried t Hi,ic,iltrric, 'i"""c;r a cumuli, iv eiinc!i;iy lore- I! it-iibrTrie-i MikMiiii ruK,ii Ml rtre.a tem nP, Rn,j wrii). tli front ynrd a doir be- Ifeerdbe. Our eolnmut "III eUaya ha "P"B , . . , " tatkeae who with to nnk thrnnuh thm on loniriinr to Hast!, hlllll.'d at her nml teaeralor loeal qiieetlom of pnhllo Intare.ti . , fl . ., ,.. bat we will not hold our.H riooiliU forthtj ml ,ler ,n ,,...

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. — 27 October 1887

Toss roa TnouanT. In the presents of traugrs silence U safe. A limn In not good nor bud for cue set Ion. A liet romcletice causes a quirt sleep. Eiumples Are the bent lessons for youth. He that has no charity merits no tnercv. Empty vessels give the greatest Hound. Ignorance Ih tlio mother of liiiu dence. A civil denial In better than A rude grant He's slavo that cannot coiuinund himself. They are happy whose natures sort vrith their vocations. We mints ke the gratuitous blessngs of Heaven for the fruit of our own industry. Men resemble the pro J In aotlilng so much as in doing good for their fellow crpHtn res. You cannot dream yourself Into a character; you munt htimmer and forg yourself one. One should conquer the. world not to enthrone a man, but au Idea ; for Ideas exist forever. The man who thinks he never did a foolish thing in't; wine enough to know what folly Is. Old man's eyes are like old men's memories ; thny are strongest for things a long way otT. I lived to know that t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1887

i 1 I .... t. H. HAUTE It. He that will not reason is a bigot; lio that cann'wle. fool ; ho that dare not is a slare. kditor Aim ritornijiTOjl VOL. XXIII M1DDLEBURGII, SNYDER oLPENN'A, NOVEMBER 3, 1887. N04fi expesicucx pon't lose your temper or your time, Or (rot your tout i minute, Benause this good old roomy work! Has foolish peopto In It. Dy not one wholly unelesi weed The fertile earth Is cumbered; Thea oouat not those can do do Rood Or with them you'll be numbered. If all began by being wise, Each one his S hre adorning, Frein wisdoms way we yet may stray For lack of, proper warning; Hut Nature klodly rests her signs On Danger's chosen dwelling ; Without them, what would come toua, There is'nt any telling. Just reckon up your foolltili friends. Each ene's peculiar failing, And of that folly cure yourself At which In them you'r railing ; While, If yon find some luckless ono The same all through and over, You'd better far be unlike hint Than find a four-leafed clover. I lay tio ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1887

BY i u. iiA.i.t'rKi. S ascription 1.50 Per Year pie bn'Dg their yilevaoccs and wrorgs to be righted hence they ilml! ttnd oa follow?: .Section 7. No deed, eranl.' oon J Election Proclamation RATES OF ADVERTISING : ' 01 (ViiiiBn. Us Tr S'tJ-.atrfl (hlini on Year lv,flSMftk iiolaten. On Vear -.US- fclioalJ bo putfeut, sociable, and com vayanoo or assurance, heretofore or petcut lHiBiiioa rneo, aud nosh they Uronfior giveu by any sheriff or "''l a: p. llfir election ia certain oo'y coroner of any of tbe comities within ' '"tii? one mati being nominated by tbe .this Slate, bona lido and for a valouv lintor, Administrator, anil l.fittanal Oera'a. tier ta-e jauanier, ',.00 Amen Net let. . lopeaUI arrangmcnta lira made, all '.'-ft i"UMHili,lntrtil (or Imi than months, we o.se a..u per lucu lor nra tnsorilou lie rn ixoad insertion and 7 com fur acb jlaexraent luiartlou. Tpzblican StatoITickot. STATU TIlKATt nrlt, WILLIAM if 11 A ur, Huuphln county i ritvia .ii ing, Utf KV W. VILMAM.s,Tn(,1....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1887

j?Uithe4 tj Thursday. Adarusbnrg Ifawt too late for pub llcatlon tlits week. Rev Warn pole beld eommanlon services In the Balem congregation on Pundar lant, when SOS conauiuoed, and 29 member were admitted br con- , .la.a tt.aiiliMt tfca nannt III JTiefc sendine- eatee eewi la tnir rtpr. flrinAtion, after which ft targe and lain net, una wej will irw iivm m , - - ....... 1- a. the si. ffaeaaee. unr tunnni win n nrn fotkee wb.e wlah to epeak thmtuh Iberaon eaeraler loeal qneetlone of pnbllo IBtar.at bat we will net holdouraalt reipeaitble for the pinions they way et priae rni CntiiTr Coo-nra. I"he Court of yder Canty are held on the fourth Mono-ayi "iekfuery, May, and September, endSeaoid aAey ef December. C8T32 TO SU333HtB33. laMk at the fliifrutt on the labid of .tear paper. Tlmce iltrures tell you imm ATK TO which VffiTR aviiscnir--awf j rxie. Within 8 weeks after intrae sent, fee if ute It changed. JI eutor receipt is neuenary. .1 - BepUican Standing Committca Adam 3. A. tteruir....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1887

- . " It Sid XTun Or.d- Side by hle In the witilinu; room of tb Third Street p;-nirr etntlon yeaterday fat a urvoim tit tl? woman mid tall, nifluneholy ncin. Th woumti liml a Ixiy iilnmt vrii jcnr olil who "rn.ed to b io!api of mi evil apiiit. He wouldn't sit. non-tnml till, tie didn't wnnt npph's or cimdy II couldn't Im 0'nicl or brihr-.l t. behave hliiiM-lf, Pint hl kicking nml whining fremiti to vcir the liitl woiiiun out. Th nit-liiiiclicly nnt. stood it for a liltli- while, but I'malh felt culled upon to obMjrvu : "Miuhiin, I know what t licit thill h Itching for." "Yp, o do l,"fh promptly un weretl, "but I've n boil on my tiH'ht iuiii." "I'll take th. J, b i tT your hand if you will ay an. lf M'tnctliiir I've ben in tlm habit of d'jin; almost i-v ery clay in my lif,., (vf I've had thre witm and three Mt of chiltlrin.'' Tho boy art up an ftra howl and began kit-king her !-tii(i- jtr-t thtii.aiid he looked oroutid in u lndph-M way nnd naid : "Well you may try. Not too viK'or oii...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 November 1887

,- mm fiu xxtn 9 I 9 i Ho that will not reason is a bigot ; ho that csi fool ; he that dare not is alatc. 1: caniu i in imi.m.LiiilUg' sirrssEiicss. .jing nan drink the bsst of wine o can i ; im enough when he would din, So have I ; ntiot order rain or Milne, here's the uintirence, leime see ... ... lord th a Kiinr ana me I tun . . 1 .... I t. I . 1 Mit irieous eurrwiuiu ui mrun -V mKiu ann ubjt r Spit lii Interest their own T No, not they. lovf.ni for myself alone l'lens'd be they. Li that's one difference which I see tovr around me lie und wait To deceive T ;iDd flatter when they hate, AQvi wouiu grieve r 1 domps oppress my state Hy my leave i htiren be thanked! and her you -difference, twlit the King and Bt. kuliUi fools, with jest and qulbs, When he'd play ; bu l)i armies aud his ships (Jreat are they ; ..,1 . -Ililll to kiMH 1 1 1 H liDH : uu, Wfll a-day ! itt.nfV .lifrVrpnr nail to flee ixtiuy lord the King and iuo ? . I 1. t. .-a a nan n nil im iiib i.i u n l 1 V I- What of t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 November 1887

$ifi SKtoleliutgii los, BY t. ii. ii Ait 'nan. Subscription $(1.50 Per Year RATES OF ADVERTISING: Cmf BnJAnn, Wa Tr.. I UnJama. (in V.r. . rwrniiaui warm, pr year. Aaiiyaae N.tle.l. (.fiO :u no Uu Vrar ;o o lr Taar a, m liar '..- ' J" PII 'rnriir'nt'rri''rrii.'ii. all r" "V- ' . i n er i-rt for 1cm than 4 month.. '' ""' i"f l" Inoartlon. 1 t m fx o.iij inf Hon ana ; ceat lor aaali l inaaeat luiertlon. t-- .J' J LUJ ii i . . - 1'hursdar, Xov. 10, 18S7. Tbe debt statement issued on Tuesday shows a leduction of the public debt daring tbe mootli of Oc tober to be $10,33.003 30. tnd the total cash in Treasury, Si'JT.OSJO! It it stated by a Western paper tbat a covered farmwagoo recently passed through a Nebraska town, ou its way east, coulaiuing tbe owner. Lis wifo and five children, a live buf falo, an antelope, a pair of wolves, a pair of prairie foxes and a box of white rats, with other articles. A column of brick masonry, about 20 feet bijib, is standing overgrown with ivy, amid a gr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 November 1887

61ft fjttftU Jra-cgfe PuUlslted Try Thoridaf . A-Unr frlandl tkreatrfcoet the cannt will atlle by eeoillrjf the In their reapan. iito w, Tinaejoe aei noie;nnnrnooaf. Mann 1 tho plain faote, 10(1 we will Srofa tkem op, Jfaetdbe. Our column a will alay4 he nprni tolkeee who wlih to apeak thronajh thorn mi Concealer loaal qnaetlona of pnlillo lBtrat nt wo will not taolil ouraell reanonslLile for tko vyimuiia dj may oxpreaa BTDK t'eeBTY roRT. ThO COTUtf Of ejeier I'oontr are holil on the (north Monday aenraary, aiey, ami oeuiemuar, ana eeooou sea or beeeuiher. Iak at tlm fltifruros on the lnlx-1 of rmm aper. Xhosa figures toll you M CVfK TO WHICH YUCll BCBSCIIU' man m PAIV. Within 8 weeks after nvitrirt (put. scs If data is changed tier receipt Is necessarr. Tint's i cHlltt aim n nw wm. H'laitl I stint 'ei." Counterfeit postal cards ara incir" culatlon. TavrsdaVi November 4, is Thanks The new church at UcClur will ba dedicated on Deo. 4, 1897. Bee an counceruoat in next Issuo. Hewton Da...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 November 1887

This space is reserved for the new Advertisement of the Popular FURNITURE HOUSE of h? est mm : i 1-9 '4 0. L T fc! , IP A Sa on m rbh:n:-'.7 2:ir.3 at H:na- The crying tiiii of tht tiny U tlislu.n sty. One lit-nm no nnn-li of It in public lift ; but ii we lmve aitiJ bo fore, tliero Is too much of it altoc'tli r lu pri vut life. Au.l it cutis ii to be found in the want f si-lf-control lit tlie iiiiliil'f uc uf tttstt's iui'1 titfg. Keck !.!. fvtriva 'nut livlnir Is lit tlic liottoiu (jf it nil. If tlii. I i v Ititf lnil any trnu fotitnliitl.tn in nuy lieiirly (Ichiro for miy tltiiriitlt tiling tliere wuulil tit ni.trr 1ioh- of a 1 1 1 o i n 1 -tuent. Hut wlii'ii one ronton to what tiling ill-.-otteti unins. nre f pi-nt upon, tin1 outlook is n hhi! one. lrosr, display, ninuxetiii-nt, roiitly tiling bon'ht j'it btM'iium) tln.'' r ooHtly ; wraith won evilly nirr.'ly that it in;iy be WHsteil fooliwlily ; these nni ititiit of a time which Ih not a li'uiir.t tli'm to oontouiplitte. If a li...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 November 1887

r - . -v, , . J. , . ; ' . . r jr. H. Hi I' IKK. mmmmmma swaa-a-aav lie ibat fil not reason is ft bigot ; bo tbat cannot ii a fool ; ho (hat dare not is a slate. EDITOH akd ritO I'lUHTOri vol. :xtn MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A, NOVEMBER 17, 1887 I ( LTThcn the Frost Is on the Pumpkin ' When the frost Is on the pumpkin and tbe fodder In the shook, And we bear the kyonck and the gob tie of the struttin' turkey cock, And tbe elacktn' of the gulneys and I the clookln' of the kens, And the rooster's hallylooler ae be tiptops on the fenoe; O, It's then the times a feller Is afeelln' at his beit, With the rlsln sun to greet him from Uight of peaceful rest, As he leaves the bouse bareheaded and goes out to feed his stock, When the frost Is on the pumpkin and the corn is In the shock. There's souaethta klndo' hcartylike aboul the atmosphere When the heat of summer's over and the cooling fall Is here of course, we miss the flower and the blossoms on the trees, And the uiuble of the humming...

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. — 17 November 1887

15 SliIditrtglj )p, 'JL 11. HAffTUK. Subscription 1.50 Per Year RATES OF ADVERTISING: Una Yr ttoftmn On V tar. OM-iuUi I ly la run, u Vcf .ftvuo .4X1 l-O rili. iwr .r im AaOltor, Hxe-nior, Administrator, unl 4tlgM N'uthvi WfcAn jmi rrntcu.-ti'. r inn. It, "nil flnkiiii tnrt ..1 (or 1m tbn 4 nitii.th', w (r li.ch .or hn lortlin 1 m ton,t lu.rtn anj J6 tenu lor tch victors aud others vanquished, aud ei1s of a wife tod three children. , tho defeated men ratui nlljr regard .The oldest, Darned Mary, la a young things m generally going lo pot, lady, 19 years of ape, who Lax parried I wbilo tho successful wen s?e bnnty through one of tbo strangest and in everjlbinp about them; but fr l- must painful experiences which eve Ming won't help dufeat. However fill to tbe lot of a human being. A difd.mced candidates may feci this jbhott lime ago aha was a pliirnp, ij'iriiing in city or Stat, the greal ircyeheekod girl, in robust Ltalh bury v,oill will jog alone in its own ,aud of a unntiy disposit...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 November 1887

PtabUaliett fttrf Cuaraditr. e.Oar fHenr1t tkreatheat the county will alle by feeding e the eew. la their re.net. tree tewn, ellleaet eed neighborhood,. Hand a, tee nlelo fneta, ml will dree, team np, Ifae'tlbe. Our Fdnmn) will elwat, he opn loll wlh to epae through Ihtmng renrrel or leeel qneitlaue ef publlo lnt.reit Wnt wo will not hold oaraell royontlble lor Ik opinions Ue xiroM. anTwua 'tt Coo af. The Court, of ejT.ler Ceuntf are held on tee fourth Monde, V.brnerr, lley.eod Heptemuer, andgecued 4y f Deoember. jrcTci to tusscsxsm bk at the fltiRurps on the Inbnl of r paper. Thooe Ni?urea tell you Ml fATK TO WHICH YOUR BUH8CKIP- rro J JAT. Within 8 works after paeaeyt ent, soe if dtite is changed. 'e outer receipt is neoessarv. nsri'n cilli' ami 71 tat if uiei, u'liltl 1 Hint ea." Pennsylvania has 4,11(1 post offices. Thursday next is Thanksgiving Pay. An argument Court will be held on Tuesday next. The number of pupils enrolled In the Freeburg schools is 143. Rev. J. C. Shindel o...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 November 1887

This space is reserved for the new Advertisement of the Popular FURNITURE HOUSE of a, Limi dvfl 0 LT . PA Here, from th "Honton Evening Oiu-tt. U lit Ll- InrMent of ilia sort that makes the iron flet.li creep: A ountt tiiurriad lutly hw face In familiar at tne lunpitnN. cliurilaile lu.tiMitioiia hii.I flip'vnrioun art room nml picture gallerM lut.l. not loti .!... . ainirnUr exiterlcnce. Her t.r.Lroom liuil lrr liay-win.low front ami two ordinary window on one ll of tin? room. 1 1 was a wnrm iii'l)t early fu the seftion, and her huohuiid beintf absent kmc took the extra precauii.ni of f.t.teninir the blind of tha long front windows by placing aaint tliem a citrpst lias nock. On retiring Mia at one fell anleup, but fauml lisrself Hiiddenly aroused in an instant wide awake Woudetioff what had awakened her iitwi oof 11 n tn bud and noticed that CTIJW rw m f - tha blind were pushed apart and that it was early dawo- fhe said audibly, as if to Lersalf- Why; 1 am miro 1 fusteoed thoHj bliu...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 November 1887

a Pi C7 9. II. HAKTKK. VOL. XXIII Hothat wm 110t reW(m i8 bigot; ,ie thut caiirot .g a fod ? hc iftt jirc not is a slivye. GITTTSBUH3 CL0VE3. A elovsr leaf at Gettysburg I plucked the other day, Where 'neath a lurid summer sua Contended blue an gray. Wo armlet stood about me then, ,Tbe, very air around M1DDLEBURGII, SNYDER (X)., i'ENN'A NO V VAl !Kh t "''' " ' ' "i '' 'tfum ii iJiWa KDITOIl AD PKOrWTOr? cotor with ao imtnonee expression of disgost. What do yoa eay t Will joa go away mighty quick, or else I shall eud you to ' And the captain took the man by Ibe neck and wae io a way to atran Breathed peaee and quiet where I waslglo him, when a tall old man with Upon the battle ground. white hair emerged from a house near fientetiihr's Imtm foil think nail fu.f As men fell long ago, Let him go, captain, he is not worth the strangulation. My name is Tierre and I am a vine dresser.' said the old man addressing the offi cer, Theo; turning to thi coward, he added; 'Go to your home, mon si...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 November 1887

-r.Y rr. LI. IIAltTUK. Subscription 1.00 IVr Year After PioMiknt Roberts relumed rom mi extende i tour through those puts of tbo country penetrated by I'ev.tiM Uv.ir lailrnad sv.lcui, ha Earrun Zcrnci Oat- Nl;w LIaves. Cold . Nov, 20 The ft'inlup mi .ivli.va r t 1" fP T1.rhnrn,i Pii.l; 'I fail to nul nothing to war- L.j,, r,how at Bridgeport were totally RATES OF ADVERTISING : ' rant fear, of disasters. Kverylbing 6t'tm proiprit.i.i wlioruvaf wo went Iu fact t!i' nuliMn 1 busiuoss is b om- iiiig. In- v i rni ol tratu.s i'i nil kind, tif iivi;li?, except oru, U vury .rg'., Tii'iru ii ij been a sbort'i'j iu '"" ., ., ' ",0 c " " 'ivp. wV.o'i will bo full by r tV4a-mo, On Ynr Mttvft fil Oolutnn Una t far v-Utih ''viumn. o a Viar Kfif-'.f1nal l.anl.. 'f er Auditor, (iK-xtt'ir, A'lniltilir.ir IKiiriKa Null,' i'i "1 Wfenn ftt-fil rrin nt nre in ! "tlitllO - M lx tl I'll. II' Ojril and ling IKO- T lHUrili. Iii.nrt.il Inr tl.fi 4 run til'. I , , w MMrii rt S-'i cr Inch nrti- tif nli.u I ' i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 November 1887

a $. PkbirAs1 every Thursday. J?iibT MH'"n thn in their rwr. , KrM Juulleo. lnose winning to n irtB,iniiein.i ",!,,,,"r,''no,I?'- ' Joy n mre musical treat we would ad- a), aa Tiiain inrv"i ami W win ,., ....,'. Ifaa'dba. Uur ttlnmni will alwiat, h tpa i aha wlah In enak thrn.ab tliainon antral nr loeal ttietlont of pahllo lBtamt CI. -ill .... hm.i unroll raauuaalbla lor tha ' plnlooi tusy iut aipreaa. But idstt rorsT. Ths Onrt of iTder County srs hutit on the fourth Vnsilsyi . fabroary, May.snil Msptstnlier, sod Sscoscl y4l of Ioioter. nsics to sub cceieshs. took at the flutrurps on the lain! of yo' pnpnr. TIioh nures n-n jim PATK TO WHICH VUl'Il rH'IWiUP- 7WaV I I'AIH. Wltllln o wePKR mitr may4 sent, see if date Is changed. X other recelut Is npeessarf. Bihi 'i I ciur aa.u ti Mil' urns, ia' bitl 1 Hint "en." Considerable snow fell on Saturday last. Trade dollars are now only worth about CO cents. The Lewlsburg axle works will be gin operation on tho 1st of January. The days aregro...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 November 1887

- . . fly I., v - ! r . This space is reserved for the new Advertisement of the Popular FURNITUPE HOUSE of r. u uu i LT y. S- c4 n uu Ids 1 v. WIH7E AFRICANS. '1 lie statrruunt contains., in Hitler Ilaggaid'tf new notel, 'Allet. (junr termain,' concotnirj the cxistanco vt whits ruces io tho iuteiior of Africa Las rocioteJ a most temnrkable con Urination from tlio man who above all others i (jnftliGoit to ipcak on I Im libjoct. snjs ibe Nuw Yoik 'WotlJ '. Zubhr I'aeba Ibe grain.) old slavo king of contra. Africa, whom tl.o (German tiatiltr, Dr. Sob weitifiii tb. describe! in 1371 n living in a place 'where visitors woro coin-ueted through halls of ntulo by richly (.reu sed and attentive slaves, anil where chained lions guarded tho doom, and soldiers io mail armor wailed on bin will,' is now a c.iptive io the ISiitieli fortress of Gibraltar, whither be wuh deported from Erf p. some two jrnrp arfo io consequence of his snopccled complicity io the Soudan rebellion. Talking Ibe other day...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 December 1887

""w s i j i .. . ........ i-" T. U. HAltTKR. I i that will not reason is a bigot ; lio Hint cannot is a fool ; ho that dare not i a slave. i:i)lTOH axii I'ltor-WKTo" umlu.j..jhj.jj VOL. XXIII X I. .1 .1 . 1DDLEIUJKGII, SNYDER CO., PENM'A, DM. EM MR ) ISv K()4!) 1 r WHAT DOZS IT X4ATTE3 f Wealth and glory, and, place and power, What are they worth to uie or your For the lease o( life runs out In an hour, . And death stands ready to claim hi due ; Bounding bonore or heaps of gold What are they all when all is told t A pala or a pleasure, a smile or a tear What does it matter which we claim f For we step from the cradle into the bier, And a careless world xoee on the same. Hours.of gladness or hours of sorrow, What does it matter to us to-morrow? Truth of love, or vow of friend Tender caresses or cruel sneers What de they matter to us in the end? For the brief day dios, and the long night near. Passionate kisses, or tears of gull, The grave will open and oover them . all. Homeless vagr...

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. — 1 December 1887

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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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