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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 June 1889

Whet and brother. n Tlir NOTFI) FIRM E'S " "? a v ...TCSIKR. VW 1 3 " I .1.. m.tnrlral Atvoant with IT O.n 5rtlT-lTnpht. the One f . r l laKain. anil TMink. Ib lw- t . Ilarrett of Ih MiawiiMa. Viatel r. ''. racially liiu. tho blrtliplnco ol Shawnee i-hfcf. I'ro phot. I Iihvo roiii'liiili-J to revive noma of tin inritiorloa and '' war, ri-mlnliiinco ol the old battle of Tlpfnr-iiiioe. Culllnu tn my ai i mo n ti-ntiva rornmry of the hlatorlnn anil mr own febrile Imaa-matum, Pill Kvo. in the . . n tn.iorical fncta are ofthrm- L, Ie the' wire foundation f-r a beau t i i " nakod. They are uesiltiite l E wof,! p-lininti of heHvnn-born K.-nlu. S "h;T b..,.(.ino the beautiful bonu. te ol L.r IK-ranirr. fronhnt A ; : .... horn.. no,.; Nttent...n rind all. to ii.erillhe public patron- V null .iv ifni-ral natHim-iinn. i mim.-. Li hia l.rii'lnT i i'cinii-ii ,-," ....-v - trnni tifortiin "" hn'd n-ltlii-r thi'T nor their iiiicoxtore ,,4,1.11,1. a Ih W of work for roiiturle. . tii ll lird pnopln ...

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. — 20 June 1889

6hf pWebnjfi Published evry Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Propnetor. Subscription $(1.50 per year. Thursday, Juno 20, 188. Prohibition Waterloo Pennsylvania Ooes Hell Bent for Whiskey and Little Schneider Wants Her Schnapps. TneState200,000Wel! Tin proposed nmcmlinrnt to the Constitution of lYntiHylvania, pro hibiting tlio manufacture or sale of intoxicating liiiuor, was overwhelm inxly defeated by the people of tlie Htntc ut the special election held Tuesday. Tim majority ajjainst the prohibi tory iinicinlineut will reach IMO.OM. In Philadelphia the Prohibitionists polled no more thnn lfi.017 voteH, while l(Ht,r(i;i votes were polled against tin; niiiendment, making the adverse majority in the city j;,54l. Tlie Prohibitionists hud hoped to ov ereoinethis vote in the ruraldiKtiicts but they were grievously disappoint ed. Eve ry county counted uh doubt ful wan swept into the nnti-proliibi-tion whirlpool, nnd the State will go 200,iM HI against tlie amendment. Snyder county given ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 June 1889

right down upor " in clear to tl ' rmt ainHnft of the war stiff At -not one of thorn ordered tji . -,r- v - HP"'""', "OUR Ft. AO. Ericfroallausa Earick. Litvnt Kernl IIaupeh. Dea . . : ivfi llfiflVfl 1111 l .i.i ii'ii linn ' " " I, limit giadnuta doona oils C'ol rgv mi Seminaries. Km hut niich iliunt oft g'wootierod we' oooined Mtixwii lioovu init dor ntnii niuouut im lurtiin.' nous in do. weldt pina, iiiftiurp'M an inoii fun influence m retprrtnltility tin dor minor pitc , r ciil.lis-gong. mane ich hots mi end ous-K-fooiui. De nhult iH, ,111-r lint gootcr fei-Kiitoud un dor inner hut fccnnc r. Xoni an loo fun lor I'owt'ri wo wuso won arawot i, rrtnoddoerlicli ix.uti hut luniii Hiiof ft. Slink ( no in do hIiuIo. Educate .tic don husht an iuoii. Noni dorno n city chup, wo in neiiii lnva uix 'wist hut we si husK.a onn warn iff niii nit z. wo iimnoil oh ware un iliout tMi shon'a, wo nn liond hut ho niu lio ! baw-wool un ho kold oh an iziinl shiok ho nn kolb in do Col ego un won aro rou...

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. — 20 June 1889

; r i THE MIDDLEJiURGIl POST. T. H. IIAKTER, Edito-ahd Piso'n. Mtiui.Kurua,VA.. jvsk IMPIIOVKMUNT A Mi AROUND. Iron, Storl. sn l mI Show Up the lli-a-. R . W. I'un k. Co.'s weekly review of trad lays: Tbe la-It-r feeling which was ol-servsd I week (i go in the Iron and steel and lh Woolen Indust rls still continu"", and improve roont i dow d'lt In prico as well a In mag nitude of tranaaetlons. Meanwhile xporti Of merchandise increase, Butt nevertheless fold goesatiroad In largo amount, aloiit 9-V Vri.(jOJ having. Ih-oii ord-ro-l. Tho news aim railro i'l pnwrtl.'i Is more favorable, Th (cnoral aver ago of prices has again advanced little. lU-porU indi-nto llrrpTr-vinetit In trndn aj Cleve land nul Pitta). U'i;h, and In the o and Krorvrin ti a b-s at l'hllnillihla. Col lectio isshow no In r vin nt on the whole. Kqicvial activity in leather haireMiItcd from the 11 rU In regions win re tunny tnnmrir are loo ib-l, ami crop I nthcr hns advanced fully 2 cents since Jtin I. The gWs lml sf P...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 June 1889

i oimi-AO. f dnsm"' war shir J Plh.pW" hVmmon board another of rtmrf ,4 to w). h their last breath L,thrrh .low.ky of spring CmVdArkrl.m are looming- Vhul!fn,h'!,mlkefini5, h.huiMM''1,,-ri,'fBlv,A ft,rht her anchor straining Mack. face; u lightens 'tixt the mining. Ik.crutnil was Iw th8 n,lst TThidlcnref enwreathlng. pth those Gibing. on tii'y ,n1"' 11,0 f001" dumb thI,,B The .term winds fiercely driving; . .iron,! work each breaker sings, V!Te-t"ltt",l",,,r,vlntt , must die"-the leader's voice Out."'"'-' the roar of thunder t i,nunwn " solemn chotc To die our dear flsg under. rjrut v.laT the battlefield , hrf the wo i"-8 1.vinK. ,,iin a right we cannot yield, T, ,?;.) in i-ur dying." frta,l: upon the topmost mast Vh ftr and Stripe were floating. ,, jht i like a trumet blast, ,D'tl,"''"r ships quick noting. .(,,('! ; tlierj sounds a cheer fr l5t .t:c-t th .own flying. I . aiKiii'itr liinil find plear. m -K iviic - iv . , - a-.im KiU-mt h'-urtJS though dying. jii .nie;ii'-l'iK'' the ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 June 1889

1 Sr.vat-Groan-Groni 1 ' 0?? What eh ll Mb i petted of the old (ahloned y of blaeklnf the hoeaT Try the Mf way by tiling WOLFF'S Acme Blacking end Ih dirty Utk Income, a cleanly tire. cor rawer Wolff'sAGM EBIacking REQUIRES NO BRUSH. Shod Water or Snow. Shoe, can be wahe4 titan, requiring drttilnf only one Wni far tna, eaca a Mooth for womea. It tt alio ea Elrf aat Haraeea Preealnf. WOLFF RANDOLPH.PhlUdelpaia The Old Doctors Urfvr blood, nuxli'rn doctor clnante it ; tieure the increaaml dpniaiul for Altera livts. It in now well known that most lieeav a uro due, not to over-abundance, but to impurity, of the Blood ; and it ia npiully well atlmti'd tliat no blood Miinlirlnc I.i no ftlUacions o" Aycr'a 8araaparilla. " One of my children had a large aora break out on tlio leg. We applied aimple reim-ilie. for n while, thinking the mint would aliortly heal. Hut it grew worse, We miuglit mitiliral advice, and wore told that an alterative medicine na tiereaaary. Aycr'a Sarnaparilla U-ins R...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 June 1889

- i ,i Mm (tlf& U mSSta (lVkonam .V t OL. 26. MIDDLEBU11GH, SNYDER CO., PA., JlNE 27, 1889. NO. 2G. IMS of LOCAL INTEREST L, F. Orinnn, of Philadelphia, kisiting hi" parents at this piacc. rttl:i,-A buyer for a brand i IwrnesM. Inquire at una omce. .. i- ...... sivlvonf fr Bnwcn ...;fu 1,.ft on Tuesday morning 'llieir home, Kalamazoo, Mich. gc Wetzel ami Brown com- u tlie election returnH 01 tue ittl l.-otion, on Thumlay. von want a good black Worsted (juaranteeil, lor 7. uo 10 lman k Gotz, Beavortown, Pa. L;a F.r.lW broucht a whito- Vr stalk to town on Monday that Cured three feet and nine inches. eonlinjf to custom, no paper W issued from this office next ;it being Fourth of July. .. tmnrinnn pnirln will be ner- Jed to sleep all day on his perch iuilleburgh on thorourm. Lt Saturday w.as the first day minis ran over the S. & li. roan hedule time since tho Hood. ( Outclius. who in making u L fancy poultry, reports 500 eggs live Minorca liens in iour Sim. i on Victoria has se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 June 1889

THE MIDDLEIJUKGII POST. T. H. IIARTER, Editob akd Tho. VWrtLKlll'im, VA., JL'XE iT. Russia is said to bs farther behindhand than any other country iu what aro con sidered thu requisite tools o( tho trade of war. v Japanese lidir refuse to adopt foreign dress, nnd tho Frenchman who wus im ported to spread Pari fashions hu gone, home. According t' n German military journal, m lcs than 1.0,OHO young men iu Alsace-Lorraine have since li;7-l evaded military service. The )i)ul:itioii of school iin in tho L'nited Hlntci. is about 2D. (100,00(1. Tho tiumhcr ,f children nttondirg Sunday 4i liciul i i".li:ii.ittd ut ?, 000, 000, To Maine the mot tgagc on the f.irn, nltlial State have lie n ictluceil, hgurr the New York Ttd ni;n, from nineteen in twenty (.i one in tni;ty. 4 iorcij.n mwcis hive lately taken up the direti ion in to v nether or not war fonetiHiiiilcnts wt to t bo allowed to tike part in futuie :umpiii;;us. THE HERO OF THB CONEMfcUOM. Almve the valley of the Oonemaug Black, boding...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 June 1889

ABTHUB'S MONUMENT. I - by Ills Friend! i -it. anil hrann mono) (Trr.V. v. of th. l.U TrM CHfUTin A. ARIHCB' koxuiuwt. IVmoniimwit ornr Omoral Arthur's rrT ..which (wrn the burial plot, whiH Lund the PiH-wure are jrranit pilars, t f-owhi' h are suinll hoary rhalns o h.oM. In th """tin r ,,m t"-' u tht Uniwnt, a ar.-n.hnw of dark Rranlta, rvtlr I'ltt'n "n,l h':hy polisliwL irrvmblWUH KlftlllU Otl tD llT of llght-lX ,,ri, Kranil. nM liiKhly olitad. Th N n rtit on a lrMtl Imuw of cranita, ami tin v in iii()xrtl by a smoothly drmsetl (fran, t ijinth ten fft lonj and fix feet broad. tUi f.mt of th" iirc"th(i)n stnmls a iiro rrprowntins tli Anifi'l of Horrow. illsum i "f hronzo, nnl W of heroic sisa, ia1j with fol.l.vt wing loaning against r mmiphanim, onu wiliK Mif thrown out an! lT tin- jhisiih in tlio mot animated hl pi,:t!irMiiic niuntipr. Tli left anil o r il;urr i' mtewkil almi); tho sarcoiilmgui ring nn the totiih a ilm of bronze. Then ni inTiti"n on tli saniiiihagus, but on ihailx ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 June 1889

I V i J'tilrfiiriied every Thursday. T- H. HAKTERi Edilar aud Proprietor. Subscription $l..r0 per year. Thursday, Juno 27, 1885). From Hip riiiliwli'lphl Tttnea o! nth. The Defeat of Prohibition. Tho advocates of constitutional lrohilitiou mrt with a rt'Kiilar wa terloo .vontfrday in both city ami Stale. This city doe not poll more than half the vote for tho amend inent that was conceded to it by its nnidiiH iitn. and not one-fourth of what was claimed and confidently expected by its supporters who should have been bent advised of the situation. In fact, it wan not a contest at all ; it waK a land-slide that Hwept everythin before it, and lln lurw number of tho most in telligent and Kober citizeiiH who at tended tho polls without perHuaHion or drumming, proven that the preat bulk of the friend of temperance voluntarily opposed constitutional prohibition. Only by the action of Huch citizeiiH could Philadelphia have rolled up the amazing majority of :,(HM) against the prohibitory amen...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 June 1889

Criof Faa Ilausa Barick. T..rU KruNAi. llAnntK. Ui do Jj.Mor fun more bai-slit lion icb un I l'.illv miser am ok E i an dri f kor filHy oin Hausa Barick, 1oh h. .i,....t fur tswonsig yobr nowa Lloo hob i kiun far droni mocha. I, bob nlsfart bahawbt tios on ioih nofoel Imnl fanbuvii far waetsa s9 won mr tier ilrom ho foci bea- lr cTl,.i, li(il. Ii'b bobs nucb olla l,r oh g'liioohetl mm der nichci . ol.l wake. Miudsbt do .li. Kernal, was; inereolsau boom tnwlislm tseit R'bot bon dorich do In. ).) worn ols. ho feel oh fier-un-woiisiib sebniibler, yaklioba but t Hicbcl handla kenna oh on on! mr. 10. nn grook droni union om (Hk, un alla-gabut an battlo far . i ii t.v. in ware dor nosm iuoh is. x. t os worn Bin do rcff in Biityle . . it t 1. . .i. .1 bouui. Sell in a women hiancKer Intra, un oh naxt in do noebriobt boma os an niarbino boiiH in oh inor It waetsa ob maya con mit da gilo. V 11 Kit In n g'sawketl oh kont not Inisoiid iiiookhoh hi os an wauga juioclicil kont warra oh nn sense ...

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 June 1889

A MONTANA MASSACRE. FAMILY or i:MI01tANT9 KILLI.D. The Victim Shot and Their Outfit Diimed. News bo l-n received of a most brut si crime committed In Fergus county, in wlmt l known " Ju llth Comity," about 130 miles north of Helena, Montana. The news was brought by the driver of a '-age lino, running from Fort Benton to Liv ingston, llo says that 01 r-aturlay lout the. body of a middlo-aged woman, who had two shot in the back, wss found by a cowboy In a il.l and utifrequ nted p'tt on Judith river. The Coroner's Inquest devel oped no Information as to who ilio won. On Tuesday the t ulle of two men, a 10 year-old irl and a C year-old girl were discovered aUiut 100 yrda above the mine place. All were shot in the back except the child, who was strangled. Nour by were found the remains tf burned trunks ami camp equipage.. Everything by which the bodies might be idun.illed was destroyed. Nobody l i Ju llth Co-.inty can roeoghiw tho Indies. They are supposed to have been a family of emigra...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 June 1889

.jnanrr weapon. Ua0 "B CAVILLERS. rbllosnphr'a Uoplle. to Worldly Philosophy. T. ''Tfirr U mM UU thai; gire U I Psmuel ML, . from nis pin" . .rr fast when It i chasing mm.- .. la frvlno- ti l"1- - ami auk him th b'?" . hwhlrh to defend Th. Vr r not ewwtomcd f . .ni.iilr h in: but suuuciiiy wi" n.f.,llr wrapped up ami lamaway- . . -i i,f rin Until formerly uwi K . own that sword, Mil while ho irhi lf-no wMn.h fight P". I "V ....i ii.iil nn hardly kmi (joiiain. .... .. '.,.,i L..I ..IT it Ulltll HW 1" ."" r..rl.l stretches mt hi hand toward F r. ..rH .ml says: 'There In nono like , ve it me." In other worila, "I wut ,f,ma ban-l the sword that has beer, .used ,,tme and again tho cause of Uod. w eiveu him. Well, my friends, that i th. flrt r tlie last sword once used by nl iHillsmie inuiunj "... ; .rimi i lliin n. """ " ' i,.ln mo, to nhow you that many a kn Wlllin I"" -. --is- - I .1 i. vet to I captured ami used 17 i ,le. and I only imitnUi David whin I W Ia.. -.. I . I, l.l .1 n li.m...

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. — 27 June 1889

iWhat a Comfort! la HoDirtt NoFutsf NoBackAehl LASTS LONGER LOOK8 BRIOHTBR, and maket Us Ehna WEAR BETTER. Dw'tlrtdMwoMfciTtintlMbMtthliicf.Mtti VWsAGMEBIacking ONCB A WEEK FOR MEN. ONCE A MONTH FOR WOMEN.'. IMIlltiBM Haratsa Dressing: . WOLFF RAWDOLPH.Phliad.lpW. "Try Ayer's Pills" For IiliiMimatiMii, Neuralgia, nnd (imit. Stephen l.auiiiug, of Yonken, N. V., ays : " Kccotniiiondotl a a rurc fur Chronic Omtlvt'iicm, Ajrer's Pill. Iiiivii rt'llevnl in from Hint trotihle anil uNo from Gout. If every victim of Hum Jii rMA would heed only three words of nit from the land. .. .1 .i- 'Try Ayer's " " ' Till alone, I fitly of rhi-iiiini-I. led me nevernl ifiontriK. 1 nexe rni urc id otiee linrint.-. and effectual, unil, I believe, would prove a siiecilic in ull cases o( iucipieut Rheumatism. No medicine rontd have served tne In better ntail."('. C Hock, Comer, Avoyelles Parish, La. !. K. Hopkins, Nevada City, write : "I liavo iiHt'il Ayer's 1'ilU for sixteen yearn, ami I think they are the...

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. — 11 July 1889

X OL. 26. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JULY 11, 1889. NO. 27. .I a i ii rrf r ri m w r . .1- MS of LOCAL INTEREST ;m raM'i" in the Hall Saturday r Laura Walter of Akrou, Ohio 4,TSp. A buyer for a brand lmmH. Inquire at this office. L . i, ...1.1 nt and below rout at LlMTk'er'H for the next 30 day. Jm Snangler, Jr., of Newark, jerser i here visiting ins knt". you want a good black Worsted Guaranteed, for $7. Go to ,litian & Uetz, licaveriown, i n. kh lame urwijji bivuu.u6 ..i .raol-n with friends in Union w ty returned home Saturday. mill season clone on the ISth fclv. Tlio Post ban scored within of 500 of the npeckled benutieR C Seebold left on Wednesday Cleveland and Pittsburg in the louts of the White hewing Ma re will be a festival at the Lut Point chapel, for the bene- the chapel. July 27 in the even- in't fail to hear Porter in the fa- character "Old Mun Rogers" Esmeralda" next Saturday even- livau Iuih one more man to lick preat Kuocker-out,"Jonh Bar- n," who will turn bi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

i" 1 . 4 I I ' i . 1'J MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., TA., JULY 11, 1889. m. NO. 27. OOAL INTEREST in the Hull Saturday Walter of Akron, Ohio g friends. A buyer for a brand Inquire at this oflipe. 1,1 t and below cost at L for tho next 30 days. ngler, Jr., of Newark, is here visiting Ins t a good black Worsted Heed, for 7. Oo to Getz, Boavertown, Pa. Orwig, after spending ..i t . tt:.... Jb Willi irienus in umuu Vied home Saturday. n-ason clones on the 15th i Pout han scored within jf the speckled beauties aid left on Wednesday and Pittsburg in the the White Sewing Ma- be a festival at the ait chapel, for thebene Vel, July" 27 in the even- jo hear Porter in the fa rter "Old Man Rogers" k t-, 4 1 a uexi oaiuruay even- s one more man to lick Eiiockcr-out,"Jonh Bar- p will turn his toes to bn of John Moatz n egg to our office on measured 8 by C umferenc a i ci veieranary ourgeon rm MeClure to 'Swine- herafterbo found nt kel. Flying Horse or col li is exhibiting on the his week to the great Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

THE SONO OF THE WIND Vt'bo l..-th (in eye to find trie Who l.nth a clinin to bind me Jly limintt era earth' fnlr forests, fold and m as. I break ttii mn lltilit into dincir.g flakes. Ami blurr the pictured ilraiiu of loe;)in lakes Hither and thither gchtg vdi.-re 1 p!osN Men " not, but they h-.T.r in ' 'I'll -y l-.vc nn, yet tiiy I -ir ir. . AH nntine l.rcuTl.ei r.ud nmws lit hit com mand. Fniiciini'--. T I'nl'y with n nirddi Vi t;-r's"s, r lnr fn'nt l -re fu a fir w ddei ii' i.-un Tien strew wiili w reel s tlio -Kit 1 la;. J. Well niny the K-imr.ii trembli When I with .iiih'm; -vnilil"! For iir'ir n ni'iril had fidi changing tnor:!. From waft in ln-svi'i.wnril tlio v hit';- winded t" Cti'l-r pr.v.itioin skici, t oi.- my whip And Insh th" tcuji-'-ts frur.i their toiitnde. Who lud'ii nil i'vu to find t.: ? Who liuth a chain to I. in I nit'. The vngraut main"." i f tin- hen "'."nss'iy' before tin- hmiry mountain were, I hv.-i; Korn,;. iiiiinmu in.j through their pints have .rii i-1 Tl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

THE SONO OF THE VV1HU elds and Vho I.; th an rye to And r;r? V.'l'n I. nth a cliHin to liiti'i me? Jfy limmts &:e earth's fnlr .tiivsts. f sen. I l-r-nk the sm.lifcht into fVoicir.p fhkes, Ami hlurr the pictur-d tir.'ains of sloe-iin" lake., IJitli- r iiml thither s'l v.i.'-rc 1 ;!os-. Men (" not, but 1'iry li.'i.r in -t Th y I'.vo tin-, t tii".v fir n; . All nature t.ivntl.ej r.ml imovs lit lit T co:ii niunl. Font,"' hues T itifty with a uic.Mi i'i t:-rsss, Hr lnr fnoil il (m n fir wiliio ir-.-. s, Tk'-n sti'fw wilh wi'.'tvs til.- desolated lai.J. Well niny the ' inir.ii t.vmbli Wh'ii I with uil-sti -vnilil"! Fur nc'i r a nj ii il h.i'l changing Mil:!?, From w u! t iii h !.;. v.nnt tlu white- wined slops Cii'l-'f pr.v.i', Ions skid, I sei' my whips Ami lash th tv.iji ' ts frii;, i tin-ii sjiitiiue. Wiiolmtii mi eye to fuel i.: ' Who huth n chain to bin I In'. Tin' vagrant roam.;' of the lioi'i'v-sss'tv? Ili foro tiii' homy mountain wire, I hvi'M; For nirm iimriiiiii iiiji tiif....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

fiOMAFS WOULD. vtXt MTBHATrnH FOR tiiMlSISB UKADEItSL ..,mt noE( IK wni. LheWtleof the booU the French P ... i.; It or n. find the com- row,auuothtelf. The P. t..n come down and the S i.-- fprcad out. Olcrvation on J," windy day will dinplay common-nonoo riio to one French Li whrn-aa a mertium aiyie wr cum L.e Mwccn the two extreme adorn f -J fr,.m Thirtv-third utrect to forth, where ,he luf5hter" of wplth luxury mow ajcr, of rommon-acnae Mine "take the Ualk" by a ''"-go majority. anoe F.STIVKNT ASO rHACTICH -.1 .t.,i, TurWer. In a few remark pnnfd to the young ladita of the wood, tolil lliem mat ii ne . .. liL-ht fantastic too thoy fl' li . ii ...si- niMin. but the man who (i wori the best with hia head and " . a mt.t a. 1 il. . L the st Wltn ma ncnrv, nnu m L .nni.iiukil Tooiforoualy. Half an W .ft. rwitnl nearly every ffirl in the ins nhirlintf about the floor wiui one I w mlf-suiim (bules, anil me youug wilh a preiit head and a eom hriirt waa leaning ajfainH the Ix'Wiiiiin? at t...

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. — 11 July 1889

tfoiffirs would. LITKBATrnB for 1M1MK ltEAlEKS. IK5KIBI.S IIOBS H 8TT1.E. S, U! battle of tne ik.w ,7o be lo-Io it. Rrip, nd the com Jn.e now tnuutcth itself. TJio W love comfl down and the Ltiare ppiwmI out. Observation on LjViy on a windy day will d,,lay Ummon-scngc .hoea to one French whon-.i a medium Myle or com- IL Md from Thirty-third atroct to fcllf, Mill ,.,,, r.f Wflt.h ill I, 1,10 """H""-" F - i...-r tJin extreme I luxury i""' "I I" "' - . 4. 0f fl,mmon-enie ohoe "takoi the ..ii," hv a lnriro majority. Shoe lrther Fnftt. .t-vTiUFVT A.1I rHACTICHi n i..i..t, Tnrkpr. in ft few rcmarltfi r - i ... it vminir ladiis of the LIX1, told them that it waa not the L of tho liK'ht fantastic too iney tli imile uon, uuir mo I work the best with hi head and the Inut witn ma ncari, nnu wie i....t...l r.iisriirfiu1v. Half fin ...... - r....ni riM.irlv ivcrv crirl in the L, whirling ulmut the flmir with one I (f -NUiin dudea, ami the youug . . . i i ....i - with a prc.'ii urmi mm hr-urt waa...

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