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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1888

if StATAOEM. JOSHUA Vr. T,ice Preaches to the Tlilr- Xew York Itoginicnt, I TltxT'. Thrn y shall ri.it up from th$ Om&nsn id upon th city." Joshua, Tiii., 7.) Men tho Thirteenth Regiment, unit their fripiiilre gathered, of all occupations, and profesr'ns. men of the city ami men of the fields,'' i" a theme lit fur all of us. OnSabbath evening with my family Arouf mo, we were talking over the scene of tbtext. In the wide-open eye and tlie quia' Interrogations ami the blanched chef. I realized what a thrilling drama It was There 1 the old city, shorter by name tba "nT other city in the ago, spelled with tw letter A, I Al. Joehua and bin men wt to take it. How to do it I the qriition. In a former occasion, In a, straightforward, fa. to face fight ty had been defeated; hut now they are fing to take it by ambuscade. Oeneral Joshua has two divisions In hi army the ne division the battle-worn commundnr will .ead himself, tho i.ther diviiion he semis off to em amp in an ambush on the we...

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. — 26 July 1888

.fiVDlflmrglj $ost. Published every Thumlay. T. H. BARTER Editor and Ficpnelcr. xjotcs to susscaissai Iinik tit the flu'tire on the Inbel of your pit per. Ihi'.xi' fiiriirtf tll yon THK HATK TO Willi H Y H'll !l IISCHI P- tion I- paiu. Within :i week after inonevl lit, nee if date N cluiiiifcii 'o oilier reeeliit in neeettHarv. Thursday, July 20, 18SS. V-r IVrnl.l. nt Itr.N.IAMIN II AHHISON, il IikIUiia K"f Vki- l'n"i'l-tit I.KVI V M II I'l I N . ol N Y"rk. Judiciary. Yor Ntijr'Mn' .lii'iic. JAMIS T. MIT III' l l'lula.i'l'Mii. Ap-i iiic I 1 1! HJMIY HlniWN. Crar.ty Ticket. I 'olwrP". A W. l ul l HH. Sfiml'tr. . Hdl.K.M'KII. A-t-ml'lv AAlInN S. ll'H.I RH'll. I'ritMMihiiliirv v. w. w iti knMyk.ii. K-trit r (i II r. r . lll.NHV .1 I'fCK. Ih'lrl'-t Attnrnrv. II. 1. Ml 1. 1. Kit. Jr. .lurv i 'mIiiiiiImI'HIi''' Z.TAYI.UH UKMUKHl.tNfi Republican Standing Conmittco- Ailnm llrnrv Tiitiln. T'll'lm Mit'hi'll. Hmitrr-W. K Yr. '. ". Y. S"M. IH-hvit W.-i-ll. M. I'l.li. .!.. Sny.li r. l,i,r..W. II...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1888

Subscription $1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING : itno I'll ii mn One Vo-.r '0.-0 Ono hull Col ii inn line year .t'u line fourth Column, One Year ii t I'riitrp-I.inul I'ertla, ht y-nr .n" Auilllnra. Kxerntor. A,ln'iliil"trit,,r, nn, Arfimi-n Noiii-i i:.M When no .rv.l arm, m tnniia ere tnnile, nil ilvrrtii'iriii, ln.'.tol ..r l.aa limn 4 in.iiilh, e rharifp 1 'Ot -r Inch Inr lift luaertlnn ft ml or ilm cp..iii inatoti n and itntu lor rm-h FUIciUrnt Inai.rllou. Brief Fnm Hausa Barick Keiinal Harpeu. Icli ,)ill whlilcr tlo. In dor onera tat-nlcim; hov ich tie Licnivlrut luminous uttlit a wen- icli on garaght. Ich will now tsopa 1oh ifh holY iIoh ps ken MaoktfaitleH gept in dura campaign. De Denio yratlrt Hotta KiiHfttinfit'd Hti. So ken na nix wieHhtaH Hopa waga am Hani Htm uiul do ltcpulilicniiH hen oIIiih wiesliteH Knnonlit waga em Cloveliiml dorifh tie onner campaign. Eh hin edlieho nucha in dara cam paign don it'll net gleieli. Alien is del' Cleveland Hei flaw tihieked for de l'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1888

WHEN noDIN SINQ3. Id memories rm when the robin bird line: When he ningn to the dewy, iwwt flower. With quavers anl trilU and with echo that tlirl's T)k (lad hearts if tho sprint tide hour. Old faces sin no out from tho dim, olden time And a chorus of light laughter riiix. Like tho tinklo of lioll svt:ii low in dream il.dk To the air thnt th robin bird sings. They coiiii' from the i t, (r m the north nnd the doiitli, " ver Imiit and fur over tho sea Tlutt mi n ido w.tli tf it Viiii-o of its. tiibl ('limiting fnii.tly n wnir I tncloly. They eoaie w.th the wmds Hint awaken the le.i i And tin re sounds with tli ru-t of wings Tli" t.rst tn'mli!iiin' noli of thoeelioct that llo.t Through tlm wood when tho rol in bird sillgt. Old vuwh ari iii'W 'd v.h'ii hi piping in heard. And cold hearts con love's le-son ir'lin, lien In viing voice calls in u yy "'S Hint falls I.Ik- the si, very drip of tln rain. O sweet the se H lien npplo tree bloom And sweet is ti in Miiory that clin;s To tln h ni t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1888

MANUFACTURING NOTES. Vhe Grant Locomotor Works of Patter- Un, being unable to compete with slmllsr inbltslimont e'sewhor. fht Laughliit Nnil Company, Whoellnir, works arc at Martini Ferry, Ohio, in V sii months ending June 80, mn la 180,00,) L-s of noils, and shipp;! 1SS.IW0 kogs. 'ontracts linva lieen slgnetl for the removal the Favorite Stove Works of Cincinnati t his. The town of lqui lias agreed to k-t tho lieeessirjr IniiMings for tlio new of the com piny on eljjlit acres ot hind dona eti ior in purpose, supply mem hi natural R is for ton yctrs an I benr the l-ns of 230 cnrlonils of frt-lght from the works. t tho RIverslHo Work, Wheeling, the , bar ami ru:i1o mills, at il the steol ksarnon full, nrd on full turns. The full Uclty of the steel d-partmint Is being teb lo meet the d insud for aid pipe, which his to I rapidly Mipeiwdliift all other 1, Uecontly in one week they fthipied urIo.nls a'one, I vsiiles large shlrr.e.its of r other products. or a vrar or more Thomas MMgley, ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1888

T V, v V IT ni Rr Tl TT 2R2Hn Kn 2 II rfar.... flPa OOOOOOOOOC 1)0000, OOOOOUOOtli 0tXMM Dcsiro to call the attention of the Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of Liicmion oi me x uuuc io meir jjargo aim unuu chock ui (Dfooopai awd SSlveir War, OitoANsand small Musical Instruments. We carry the largest Mock of this goods in CentralJPennsylvania, and a visit to our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo beforo purchasing. Wo arc ottering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in evory department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! PiaBiiQs lo K' in w HI hi w v II: .1 il ? Wo also have a full line of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices 23 per cent lower than city prices. J. K. SMITH & Co. (Limited 220,222, 224,1'ront St.,Milto...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1888

i to i h1 '. " ' -i - if -i - A i i. i ... T - - , rj.r.jfn J.- . . 1 ir .1 . Mtr...., l ,,,,., ....,.. ., , J VOL. 25. T0VN AN6 GQONTRY. We need rain badly. Harrisburg has a curiosity in the shape of a two-logged dug. Hope in n germ; Faith, the blos som; and Charity, the fruit. The days aro hegining to show a alight falling off in their lengths. C C. Seebold wholesaled in the month of July in hit White territory 40 Machine. Christ's Sunday School of Mc' Clure will picnic near town on Sat urday, August 25. All invited. Mrs. E. C. Aurand left on Monday evening to visit her father who re HideH in Miehigan and who in at the loiut of death. The Middleburgh Cornet Band i ; hard to beat, and certainly leads the Bands in the Central part of the ; State. Seliiinyrovt Tribune. $ Lobt. A black and red barred breakfast shawl, near Middleburgh on July 4. The finder w ill please j leave it with M. Z. Steiniuger. John Wittenmyer and L. M. Montz, agents for the heirs of Benjamin 3 Wittenmyer, dee'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1888

.... . - . - . -fc . - ... ,. - .- J .V. -,.....,... A; IF THEY KNEW. "If only my mother knew How my heart Is hurt within me, tShc W(Hil,l take my face in her ton I'T hands And BtiKMitli my check, a she usnl to do In th days tlmt MMm so long a;o. When rliil lish nrs were quick to (low; tiliu would src.oo'.h my face with lier tender bauds 1slio fell tli.i grief within mo. If only my lover kn w Of t!i ursine, pn-snn-tp sorrow, Ifo wou'd h'iM inu c!ov t hn iturily breast, Aioiv.' ho hi'M liie tli long hours through; Whmi w ; Ini I n it learned to live apiirt, liiil lemi -d for lovij on en. h other's heart; He wouM linl. I me clo t his hcavji breast If lie ni.'i-i my pa-sionnt-? so:rjw. Hut it pierces mn like n knife To tlunk tlmt tliey ln not know It; To think thny can look in my ple-diii;- eyes, Yet never question my liil len life; Can touch my lips in the mime oM place, Yet never look for the noul in my faee. f Hi, thetenrnre bitter tlmt fill my eyes To know that they Jo not know it....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1888

.: i ...;:... : i r . aa-....., by u4 bei TERRORIZED DT BANDITS. Desperate Doed of a Band of Outlaw In California, Ixm Angeles county has long been terror lsed by a well armed band of outlaws, whose desperate deeds an I deprelstlons bar men aced the publio peace. The last outrage of which they hare been guilty has; aroused the community to ferar he it and stops ere being taken to avenge It. Last week the outlaws, healed by Prank Fray, a notorious murderer, raidei the cittle on (h-neral Beat's ranch, near Lancaster, and drove off a large herd. As soon as General Beat heard of the raid he offered a reward of 1500 evh for the cip tureof the thieves dead or all re. Rony Crane, one of Seal's bead men, and a daring fighter, starte I In pursuit of Fray's band. Fray heard of it, and eluding his pursuer, rode Into Ltncaiter at the he id of his baud while Crane war. a'sont, His men were arm ed to the t-eth. Holding the angry clt sens at bay, they surrounded Crane's home and turned it to the g...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1888

Bu gftMrtnrjjjr post l'nl)lihlil every Tlnirmlay. T.H HAKTEH, Editor and Proprietor. 1TOTCS TO GU33SIH3E25. Ionk lit the fl'iuT'iroe on the of your iiixr. Tin liiriire Ml yon THK DATK TO WHICH Vul H St' ItSl'lll P- TIDX I PAll. Within 3 week after iiumevi h aent, ( If date U chiiiitred. No other receipt in iiewwnrv. Thursday, August, 2 1888. V-r l'rcHiint IIKN.IAMIN H AHHISflN, nl Inilmn. F"f V iT. 'i-li n? l.KVI IV MnlM'tlN. of Nrw York. J AMKS Judiciary. T. MITMIF.LL, o! I'h.la.MpMa. A-IH4- lll'll" 11 tN K Y ItKnWN. C:cnty Ticket I ',iimr. A W. I'l.TIKK. Si'ii'iinr. !. IPH.KNI'r.K. A-'i'lul'lv A A Hi N S. lfr.1.1 Rlt'H. rnllii!HllHrV . v. WITI knMykii. HrKl'tiT ,y lii i iirili r HKNIIY .1. I'fCK. IH.trlft Atl'irnev. II. K. Ml I, I. Hi, .lr. .lurv ("ntMlll.iiltPf Z.TAYLOlt IK.MKF.KI.lNf) W Republican Standing Cammlttoo- Adam'-HonrY Tilln, TnMm MlMirll. Hnirt W. F. Kwn,!'. F. Si'lit. Uruv.T W.-l-ll. M. I'l.li. J.O. Siijilor. t'rtitrn W. II. Niiii. It. II. Wnller. h.inmi Siniiin Lung...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1888

Subscription $1.50 per yen. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One (Ylmnn. Due Year VG.'o One hall i'olnmn line year fia.u line fourth t'nluinn, One Ye r a0 I'nilriMliinal Card., per - n r to.o Audltum. Kimitnr, AdiiilnlMritiiir, and Altnro Notice" t.'.fO When nu fper-al arrm ircim'tii iirr inn.lc, nil ilvertleement, Inacrttid lur Ihm tliMti 4 month, we rhdrKF ! 'it er Inch lur tirt Inmrtlnn nr the wcend lncrt..n and 7 eonte fur each runeHFtil lii'vrtlnn. Brief Fun Imsa Barick- Friend Harder. Ich Lob deer hhior nor fergoHBfi tnu Rhrivn tie woch un woiih net gawerst ware don ho nn utore-box-Hclinitzlor niich pafropt het far gflt tnu gevva far tie rani pninn tnu boonm weil H-h nn koiula ilate bin far tie HaiiHii Barick pUHht office don het ich en ferhoftinl pons fcTRCHH. Ovver ich hob cue obga uliiokeit according tmi IIo.vl, un wonH net gawent ware tloH de Polly niich om ruck fligtfle fexht liet guliot don het ich me be Chudas full lecher ga kicked. Eh hut niich ho gowliidi base gaiiHU'ht don dar...

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. — 2 August 1888

THE M1DDLEMJRGII TOST. T. n. HAHTEn, Kditou akd Tro'r. iimiiLKiu nun, vi., .iff. 2, i. WORK AM) WAGES. Till: 1 IITY I'Ol UTIl MGNER. Standard Iron ami Steel Company Accept tlio Amalgamated Scale. Tli Standard Iron Comjiany, of Bridge port, O., with nine single pu Id'lng furnace anil six double one, manufacturing stojl and cnrriuntol fmn, I tlio fifty fourth mill to io cipt tlio Amalgamated scale. It employ al-out 500 men. Secretary Joseph I. Weeks, of tho Western Iron Am .cl'itlnii, m-nt out a circular to tho members which contain a resume ef th ooiiflii't between tlio Manufacturers' Associa tion utnl tlio Amalgamated Association, and asks all member carefully to distinguish be tween the bitter orgntiijitlnn ami tlio Wort em Inn Association, n.s tho Iron Association l.as nothing whatever to ilo with wage, ex cepting Hint it anil govern tho basis upin which w igi- are computed. The circular de precate the threatened dcrtloti from tho orgnniz it Ion Iwiuho of tho strike, ami eaH oil n...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1888

ENDURANCE. PR. X A LM A G V 8 UNO A Y 8 E It M O .V "The Martyrs of Kveryday Life." De livered at Lakeside, Ohio. I Tho therefor; eadurs hardntnt. IL Timothy, ii., a. Historians are not low to acknowledge the fpent of great military chieftain. We bare the full length portrait of the Cromwell, the Waahingtonsj the Kapnleon and the Well ingtons of the world, History is not written in black Ink, but with red ink of human blood. The gods of human ambition do not drink from bowls made out of silver, or gold, or precious stones, but out of the bleached skulls of the fallen. Hut I am now to unroll before you a scroll of heroes that the world baa never acknowledged; those who faced no kudo, blew no bugle blast, conquered no critics, chained no captive to their chariot wheels, and yet. in the great day of eternity, will stand blither than those whose names startled the nations; and seraph, aud apt spirit, and archangel will tell their deeds to a listening universe. I mean the heroes of commo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1888

oooooooooc ooooo, oooooooo m. ooooo Desire to cull tho attention of tbe Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of Tyragjfciiaire dairpefts, OGnOtrasL jpoflveir Waire, (Fosltog OkoanhuiuI small Musical Instruments. "Wo carry the largest stock of this goods in entralrennsylvania, and a visit to o ir spacious ware room, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo beforo purchasing. Wo are offering our carpet Stock at special prices and havo made great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! -! J ! Wo also havo a full lino of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining to tho furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. K. SMITH & Co. Limited.) 220,222, 224, Trout St., Milton Waxthh'-Two tentna tolimil atave timtii r ninl two lucu to cut It. Call on or mltlrPKM (iKiiitwK Staid,...

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. — 9 August 1888

W y a J B s- VOL, 25. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 9, 1888. NO. .-JL T0VN," COUNTRY. The next local holiday will be Thanksgiving Day. Ton tliin a Kill should drink a pint of sweet milk at bedtime. C. R. Smith. telegraph operator for the.Penn'ii R. 11. at Nanticoko.Pa is here visiting friends. Snyder County Argument Court will le held at Middleburgh on the lGtli of August iiiHtead of the 13th. GirK lenp year haH leas than live months to run, with a red-hot earn paign during Heveral montliH. Get in your work now. Mrs. D. T. Rhonda entertainer her Sunday school class in the prove north of town one evening last week with an ice-cream Hocial. If nature had adorned the female hcx with a shape like that formed by artificial means the hustle what a time there would be to have the hump removed ! Kusobcus Hershoy, preacher am poet, preached on the street in MitHin burgh on Thursday of last week from the text, "The time is short." So wan his congregation. We notice in the Philadelphia ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1888

THE MIDDLEiWKGII TOST. T. H. II ARTE n, Koitoii and rno'R. MIl'Dl.KltflHilt, '.!., .Iff. 0, isss. OEX. SHERIDAN S DEATH. Tin; uit.vvi: koliii:k suhrf.mk kks. A Snrtdcn Itclapsc Frt ni Which lie Dues Not Itally. General Sheridan ilid very suddenly nt Nonquitt, shortly lifter M o'o'ock, Sunday night, llii futnl symptoms making their np e nance only half mi hour heforo th !' mise. The imuili.ilo c lino of death was tin uralysis resulting from tin- discn-cd k il tu'y , nml the fiiilmr of tho lungs through tho pros tinting influence of the first cutis.-. He was conscious up to I ho moment when the stroko onine, when lie sank bn K unconscious among tlio pillows, nml never rallied. He was sur rounded by his physician nml family. Tliu Jutter, who for a month past lal looked 14 ion bis near recovery ns certain, gave way to grief pitiful tit Ihdmld. Ukhi arriving nt Nonquitt Gen. Slirrilnn rallied rapidly until last Monday, when the Uinrkc I progress cease. I. The end shows tlmt there wan mi ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1888

d U re d jr n as v in 5rl-roof udl Ir ler tout eks, jorii sora aln. , tha rtue- tb lart, ndly law mor rgerr The glnc a lot very he re its o only OranJ Army rmy ot O'l ra )U, tb a short THE BIBLE. 8EHMOX BY a TALMAGE. The Inexhaustible Wraith of Mean ing In tlio Hook of no.tks. Tf XT: "Aik for the oti path, v-her U the oood tray, an I trai'fr fWr.n, nmJ.enhnU fnd rent for your son. Jeremiah Ti 10 A great I.onilon fog has come down uiton some of the ministers and some of the churches In the shape of what it railed "ad vanced thought-' in Kil.lical interpretation. All of ttieiu. and without any exception, deny the full Inspiration of tlm iiibto. Ones i is an allegory, and there are manr myths in the Hihlo, and they philosophize nd guess and reason and o volute until they land in a great continent of tnud, from which. I fear, for all eternity they will not I able to extricate thorn when. The B bin it not only divinely Inspired, hut It Is dirinoly protected In It present shae. You could ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1888

Published every Thunulay. T.H HARTER Editor and Prrpnctop. I,ook at the nunuren on tin" label of your paper. TIuhm Hf iirM Ml you THK DA I K TO WIIUII Y tPR MP IISCRIP- Tlos ix Imiu. Within 8 week" after iiioiii-Vi M-tit, He if date Im I'lianged. 'o other reeeiyt in iiee.eimarv. Thursday, August, 5) 1SS8. f'of PfMldrll HF.NJAMlN IIAKHISHN, uf liMlliiim. For v'1 I "rc-itli-nt l.r.Vl I'. M"r.TllN. uf Srm Yri. Judiciary. For SnpriMiiu Jihiiff. JAMF.S T. MI IVIII.I.I., ol Philadelphia. AMlMt ll1tt I1KM1Y HKltWN. County Ticket. I'nnirrrM a w. l oi riiii. Neimlor. II. It'll. KM'KH. Ainl'lv A AltiiN M. HM.t KU'H. Froi liMtintnrv V. W. W ITTr-.NMYF.lt. II.Ki'i. r h l(. .-..r.. r Hr.NUY .1. llk. I i-i rt-t Att"fne. II. F. Mll.l.F.lOr. .tnrv t'ominlni'titm'r '. T A Y 1.1 It F..M It F.H 1.1 N n Ecpublican Standing Ccnnittco- A.l;im- Henry TuMii. ToblH Mitehi'll. Ilratrt- XV. F. Feee, F. Mpaeht. Heaver V...tM. .M. I'Mi. J.i. Snyder. lYutri w. II. Nai.p. It. It. W ilier, I'hapiiniii Swum I ... i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1888

Subscription $1.50 per year. ' RATES OF ADVERTISING : me Column. On Yr.. t0.0 tins hall t:lumn tin )rtr ... 0 dn fmirth t'ldumn, Ona Ye.ar.ai f. TilMnlnil 'r.l, iir jrrar 4. 0 Auditor. Kicrolor, AdtiilniMratur, ami AMlvnr Nutlee. tlJO Whi-n apaxual arrangement are made, all dverticmenu. Intuited lor em than 4 month", we charge II SSiw Inch lor II rut Inaertlnn. l.00 or ih around fneertlun and It rent lor each auuwipucnt Inwrtloii. Brief Fum Hausa Barick. Friend Harder. Im onora brief tmi tier 1'obt liov ich a wenicli ga Mowilered wngA geM in politics, un ich liin net goim hulvcr funlich war ra. Dor onner Hog vor ich in Scliwineford Stettle uflf Vhhuchh un lin iia Recorder Duck hi ofticc ga tlobhcd wo ich an nticlc wine bobliere afunna bob. Ich horm in tier Bock pintecked un lianie Kanutninii fer de Folly era dudder oln druf ouh rechcln. Uf dir onora hide wore druckcH, un den bov ich oiiHafnima wore un blank ado fer county ofticeiB ine t nit Hcbwara. Eh but mier iny odoin nliier week...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1888

I ULTIMATE FAILURE. However ni'j-h n jr arrows have fallen short, Ore werved nxlilp, or overshot that nmrk Fsursset, ho-te cire'c centre hut in Truth, Tkl the lclr the on unfading tlrcnm Tin- Wipe of my young nianhoolsoto stand, V nim. o Ion the tt-n-e expe :t.ttit stnn.', TVs, ft the l.t, rn h . inj.-.I shaft may 11 y T'do the !art of Truth tinerr icrly. Y.-t U...l ;h ! :(! ll the Still? of ill-SUCOPSI With thoii.-hts of Krrot-.tnrkiin; in t! r.vs, ftuiiii'K n Wimn.l MHiin v iijo-l'otrn (Initials g.vcn : f'ttr ibteib over lit my inmost soul, lh it, h.q ly. i re my Km in skill has won The rv -I'i !.. -t i. hi - iirty f ... t . bow liriiikfit full h a I, or hear its worn cord .u-t. Or tin. I tii mm viT em; ty at my ! t. (.'.i'ii'f t.n,irr, in .lyi i.'ncuft. BLACK BART. Tho ri'ccnt ii)ii arancc cf- " I'.l.ick Ih.rt" in tin- mui . 1. 1 1 1 i ti valley i:n set : ifornia to wondei inf if this, nt one li.'iK! must il:ir ii.' mui c. centric robber Jtl highw.iymin, conW mp ales ri-sum-iK ti...

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