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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 July 1889

TALHAGE'S SERMON. V)WER OF IHB.ni uiiv..i, DUconr Delivered mt HamntotM Long UUnd. .. n7i forra unlit the mount and Yick olif branchrt, nnd fifa branrh,and Lvrtl branrhf, and palm brnnch and Utnekt of thick tret, to mah booth." it seem " " Mount uuvnt war nrv vxrtd Tho ponpio nave gone inro ui ..mntain. nJ ff .V08 brT put Uiii on their shoulder, and they L forth now Into the atreeta ol tnualem. and on the house tops, and ftvrs nr booths. Then the people coma i j-.ii fur seven day in those booth Carbon. Vhy do they do that? Well, I it a fnt festal time. It (a the L.t of taliernoclea; and those people ara km to celebrate the desert travel of their iUr and their deliverance from their nublM. the eTorlcnoe of their fathor rl en travlinu in the desert, they llvod In ivrthnoo their way to tho land of Canaan. to these Isxrths also hecomo highly ug- Wtjre I will nnv 1117 hipt mrv uwinvuj but niguiy suggnsiiTo ourmorcn rnl heave u. and of the fact that wa aro kiTUfin temporarily hero, as it ...

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. — 25 July 1889

I'uMislieil every Thursday. T- H. BARTER, Edilur and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, July 25, 1881). On the Wing. Lakk, Ph., July 22, 1889. Mr. Habtkr : On my trip through Northern Pennsylvania, I conclud ed to visit the fiiinoiiH "Harvey's Luke," I left "Wyoming, Luzerne county, Pa., on Saturday evening on the Harvey Lake 11. 11., n ride of about 17 inilcH brought us here. After leaving the train neveral Htcam frn awaited us to take UR to the hotels. This is a ride of about four mileH over the lake. I am stopping at the Lake Grove Houhc, Mr. W. L. llrice proprietor, a jolly, good hearted fellow. The air is very cool here and there is a heavy breeze all the time. The water in Home places is about HO to 1K) feet deep. There is upleudid lishing here, the waters abound in pickerel, bass, cat fish, .Vc. There are many pleasure seekers here, and early on Sabbath morning carriages tilled with people came in until the hotel and park was crowd ed, many parties from Wilkes...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 July 1889

Li. Ill MARRIED. Jul IS lit? !!or M 1 M. .. , I J . ' ' V' ' " S. Lib residence in Mictlldhurgh, Sam uel ilollman of West JJcaver, any- I a-lfir nnnnf r Xtaa inna Tnatoii i a..- r:ni: . DIED. Tn TrA4 vtvillA Till 1 i 1 uun Samuel K. Yearick, used C4 yearn 8 montn ami u days. In Centre Township, Daniel M. Preese, ageil 24 years 8 month ami 12 HIIJ B. UKI'HAN'S C'OL'HT BALK OF REAL ESTATE Eriof Fom Hausa Earick Thp lllltl.l-Hl(riil .uttiiliilwf rnt.il-. nt .n au,..,.. of Diinli'l Mowrer. lain of Snrtnir townohln. snv. dor county. !.. iliv'il, by Tlrtiie of an order Is- siiihi inn oi i hp nrmmni- rotirt of Snvdorrountv. will expose to pulillc mile at the hotel of Kolilson Mldilli'swurth In Aclimslnirtf. county and State iiton-suiii, on Saturday. August 24. ISM. flip followtnir mnl esiiitn , irnci .-. . sitiiiiio II snrinir townsh n. ronn tv and State aforesaid, mintniiiliitr lint At'liL-a nun reniios, mure or less, tHitmdod norlli 1 trnrt No. Sand lutid of Allicrt llnrtnimi. Houtl . ll...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 July 1889

THE MIDDLFJiURGII POST. T. D. 1IAP.TER, Ennom aro r'iu MIDItLKBL'lia, PA.. JULY 25, lM. The rattle industry of the United State represents the immense capital of fl."'UMH).(IO(. I'ndcr tiie sctptre of the Czar of I5us sit live thirty -eight dilfcrcnt nationalities, each speaking its own language, which in foreign to nil ollii rj. According to the I'ruirir Farmtr ''the Farmers' Alliance in actively at work in tiie Wct and South fighting obnoxious trusts iiik! other monopolies." TM.- X".... .1. It M .... , i i' .n ii fv hi i inn muics i r 111 l nice j ntnl religion prejudices are milk inf po litical conditions in Canada that appeal t tlirenteti the disruption or the Dominion." The Chilian Government has engaged many railway engineers frn this coun try for tin) building of it new roads some 'J.'ilO t ii i It-ji in length from cons Sties to the interior parts. A project m being considered for ndd in',' '.'.'iO.Oihi acres to the irrigated urea in Kuypt, the water being taken from a point...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 July 1889

earn 41 l.i I (THIS YEAB'3 ELLUTluaa. Leee Thcr Will Take Place-Th -r In notably an "off year" I politic Only elerot. State. elect brSthl.yu-. Kentu.-ky will hold .... i.,,s,, for Rtate Treasurer on tT Fiction. in toother Stst-a will oil I November 5. On that dny : Ha 'will t"or Bnd Ldoutenant- IkwrTW. . . c'xjntrcUor and At- jjarvisim &t will elect Governor and SwT'wUldwtOwnior and SU.U i.. - in nlm-t a Kunreme Court Judtre Lffleeri. . . , . . mwr. cxcrut L Mini liit"iiant-tJovpinr. PHivlvanK "HI ol-t Htt Treasurer. Vinriuia will elect Governor and Nlate offl- rr-. .l.U v.mr nornrilinelv la IlllltlTll HI ' ' 'Jred in the elections of the newly-ad- IL?.7J covei-timi-nta nml I?ilaturet which tivMii OmcrcM, exevvt South Dukota, which The forms or n i nn r-u.w mnnBimn' jl,,, liliitm-o tliiii year in of inUrwit a lrin national nlitlo only in -ao Ptl nK'niloTn of thf LcplMlatiire I'howu " , i . ill . . ..... ...... .. T . .. TiHr HUM I'm ilia k.,;e elated in New York Mat will vote L,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 July 1889

The Sponge Is Mightier the Brash. ad nM a Ppnof snit srattr, arnica Will ksca Toit BHOKS BRIOHT aad CLEAN Uytm asa WolfTsAGLIEBIacking T wcmm tiwn fM tMmmd mUM few fl,nd (As aMastavMsa. id leaiaar ud gin a Ml Uaatpouah. Watat aadaawwalipoffltaa surely ss off a docVi bock. Men's stiaa nquira draalag ONCB A WBKK women' one mooth, thai' all. Worth trying, Us'l ilT Ii b aba the bew dreaa. ln( for haraaas.aa which It lasts TUJtti MONTHS WOLPF A RANDOLPH. Pbiuapbl. Common Sense In the triMktmtint of alight ailment woulil nave a vaxt amount of alcknrM an J iiiirj. One of A yer'a I'll la, taken after l in nor, w ill analst Digestion ; taken at night, wilt relieve Constipation ; taken at any time, wilt correct irrrgu larltica of the Stomach and BuweU, tiiuulate the I.lvcr, and cure Sick Headache. Ayer'a 1'IIU, as all know who use thrm, are a mild cathartic, pleasant to tnke, and always prompt and antlahtctory in their results. " I ran rrrmnrncmt Ayer'a 1'llla abore all other, having long pro...

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

A Conmiiciiioncrc. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 1, 188!). NO. 30. w r A9M of LOCAL INTEREST Levi Young, Executor of John Yonng, late of Centre twp., dee'd, will noil the personal property of said dec dent on Saturday, August 17. T. S. Buck will close out his shop at Beavertown at auction the latter part of this week. A new buggy, We in S. Weis's adv. of Jurors for September ourt in another column. triinonial market has been ing the recent hot spell but uorge ftn,j hBrneH8 wiU bIho be sold. livening up. .. 4 nith Grove Sana will hold a . . . wwiA u;u A.nA. it Smith Grove on Saturday to peoplo baving immiro l(1)KH, August 3rd, 1889. For all such (and they constitute shirts for 35 cents and fine the majority), the best safeguard is 1 Percal shirts for 75 cents, Ayer's Sarsapasilla, the use of which R. (lunsberger offers extraordi- Franklin Township, Church nary bargains in Clothing, Gents and School Board Case urnishing Goods, Ac, for the next an nays in oraer to maKO room ior ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 August 1889

, CASUALTIES. DEATH RODE OX THE STORM. astorishirq rainfall in cmcAoo ard other wester rotxn. A storm which swept aross the prairie struck Chicago 8tunlay night wal without a parallel In the history of that sec tion of the country. The records of the local aignul s-rvieo station show nothing ap l-oaching it. From 0 30 to 9.30, 4:12 inches of rain full. Without going into the figures, It may be stated that the volume of water which fell Inside of the city;iimita would make a hiko on which could be floated the greatest navy In the world. It is linHwsiblo to estimate the dam ae with any decree of accuracy. Hardly house in the city eseacd the fury of the atonn. Buildings wero blown down, base ments flooded, i Into glass windows slialtered and shade trees uprooted or broken by the fury of the pile. It is safe to say that the Iws will rem it into the hundreds of thou sands. While the storm was at its height, an nn orctipicd three-story house on Icovitt street was blown over on to an adjoi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 August 1889

HOffTO CONQUER. IflE TOWEIt OP EVIL HADlTa cover iiO unmuiH - s ,t ni ma PIT... i.tU Into human nature such ni L'-ineW rwrhc.1, Holmnon, In my V r1?... ths mental operation of one . having irtcppedasldo fnm tho path of PJu XihU to return. W ith a wish for WW. ho "When rii.ll I ESS .then ,ne of thU hnrtM EmLt of iniquity r Hut. soiled upon by X5K I hWt. and forced .town hill by hecrie.nnt: "I will cck it yet ! C 1 will try it once more." Km Iftrsries lire mlorned with an elegant VsWe addressed to young men, point mg frn, all the .Unpen. and peril of life "Umoktemniwof theroy(o, showing all jJSSE theVpik-lcxand. the shoal. IIul man h already mado shipwreck! lietniredyoff trark; mtinje ,i!slrcniltg"tonstTay. 1,uw ' to I That is eM comparatively un-i-hel I propoeotoiwMreJwmywIf tomirh. ire those in thi audience who, with LZMhn of their agonised soul, are to b-sr nx h a diecuasion. They om- II thrill-! with what they wore ten HLm-o bii'1 rry ont from the bondage in rh th'V are incarcerat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 August 1889

I'uMiHliPil every Thursday. T- H. HAHTERi Editor and Proprietor. Subscription IJ1.50 per yoar Thursday, Angus 1, 18S!. People In Centre County Pre paring For Eternity. Hellefonte, July 21. It has late ly been rumored around hero flint there in throughout Centre county, aft well as in Bellefonte, a certain se cret mutual organization thut preach and are preparing for the end of the world, which they confidently he. lieve will he next year, 1W0. Throughout thin county alone, from the moHt accurate data poHsiUe to obtain, it is safe to estimate that there are at leant 1,100 and possibly 2,000 adherent of this strange or ganization, if organization it can bo termed. So far aH it won posHible to penetrate into their working, no real perfected organization witl legalized officers and appoiuted head could be found, but simply a mutua association who work in great se crecy.and who look to the most pro nounced one in their midst as the proper one to lead. The majority of tho adherents are pr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 August 1889

Brief Fun Hausa Barlck. Kerkal It... Tin Vhfrl'rl'ilsLtfthov ich in dor tT pl-IllHIl WBgll Illft l OIlHOKU IUT lit.r oh 'n oi t Bhtuft hut oh tlo i.it wi.Mor young tnaolit, so oh Umt w long luva lccnna on ne K-rHillv BixUT but contend r " .... .. 1- tlirb awBt, in Hhwartz un wine, Lit ..musha j)iinHi, ahtarwa ho ir on oily tutu hoy frcBwi, un on fcn amohl le tzcit cooiml bot 'h liter dlituft cor mx. Svv, r wann nior now yunht ilrau L.lo lieitich iliiwgH kenna tie linnm-rtft inrila weit nhwetza Inoiincr iioirieh do ttlafone imv ne tin hIh'it oIIoh ununglioliH lu HUT llfllKIl C'UIl, uiiifct n iinvii n cor kif koonsht wi for friKhcfl L iu n oltcr luon ni runua, Ac Kline tzu liieiiicr mainung, coom'd unlit uf h Moot aw. Now ich Lb by chucks oh ich Holwer aw eon we nior n oltcr mon no innh ubinurt iimiU'hn con oh ar war in .1 T.. ,!..., 'n odYr uf inaurht un luRst all 'h bloot ouh 'm olta mon, un bo orrick oh 'h olt bloot on awe ram noun law ft, lnntiner Irishes Dg'n Moot oin onncr awram...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 August 1889

THE MlDDLETfURGII POST. T. tl. IIARTER, Editoi aud pKohi. tiill.Eiirt:;, r . At'u. i. ihs. Mr. C. Meriwether, of South Carolina, Graduate student of John Hopkins l"ni versity, has entered tin- cdiicntinnal ncr. fid: of tin1 Japam c bivcrnmrsit n in tri' tor f t!ic Kuglish language nnd literature in the second higher middle li.-hool of ,fiii!i;i :il 5 iiii:il, ill the northern ert of the main ish; d. Tin' af-point. aient was made through the .lupineM Mini-tier iu WuMiiag'.on :i ri 1 tito e.i"ngi :nv:it lat fur three years. T'if longest elimination of a witi.tsi nn record, mi far us known, hns nt las! in en cniii'lii in! at Newark, and the ca.-e ;f tin' Si de against tho Morris nnd Kssel liiiiir. nl ( "itiji i'iy fur back taxtw amount 111; to u i .illio.i dollars or tin rcihouts, na lei n 1 . 1 in rnii'ii'.i'iii for arpi tin lit. Itiehaid 1'. M voh, the export who t x:if ii i : i'-il tin' railroad company 'l ll'nS, is 1 1.1' U il lit S.t 'Al.l Las lutn sc lorg o:i tin ! i:.d. I'c In g...

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. — 1 August 1889

;hnndrcdthAnnlTorSaryot Difcorery of America. rtt Action Taken by the Ato " ct,nl '"vTdty to formulate PUn- ft Sm F.ir there to 1W to eclo- ;ii33 wltiitne Mayor bwin to , a. Wfh irovrtwir' ro-.tii, ani ly 8" ,UL Jlnnling room. Chain i to ?fr. fmthwlnir. " t,WM ma" . ,,...1,., the Wcwit fair r In 1MM In s5r York. "2. as abundant m at a nwptin "i!,,rC Lino Aviation. M-r- .Cmlvr of Commerce were L r.-r..itinK as ninny i n.lntri m a national mnvn KrwhUi.il U or the Anicrionn twn; h 'i'l,un m-ra rt irewn- L.er.l lrl of N "rk P'tT- rA.IIth.Tr.thh.MU of firm. Uio ,n,i Fran-lsco a tr.t'Y .J York. Hillion .f iol- , ...t in tl.n men who I th- raiinw., ... , i f ,),,. c,tr. Tlx- aiewmldaiM' proved L ,mitT anl i-ntuusiavini of alltlieciU Kimivk aU..it the Worlil's Fair L't.,l held in 1WJ. A . ....-J ... tni iU tiiianuiu? in or- tlf.(,u.ai n-tnfnta.tive citiioiis of Lit Birtropl. limy consider tho rle- kr of rnnn-iii'iii - ri . .. - e iiv Iiiliiii9 r inn -J . t,n,ti..nl rxjiomtiou In thla, Ll wl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 August 1889

1 tome' n. U no this the tth tin I have half enled tbeeebontef Tl Blnee I ban md woLrr Ilia T bmU lm Ihu Mm m4 wmft brtM ead oleea. Volff'sAQMEBIacking h ik lilarking for Urn, Women and Cnxldrrn. Tht KICU EST BLACK rOLISH. Making leather Waterproqf and JhirabU. Ao JimiK. A Shin La$t a Wetk. Can bt muhrd triM water, $nmt at OHdotX, Tkt Finttt Ihtsringjar Jlarnu. Sold bf Sbee MimOwwi Bnw WOLFF A RANDOLPH. PHlliDCl?Kii The Old Doctors Drew blood, modern doctors cleanse It ; hence the Increased demand for Alters tiTfi. It is now well known that most diseases are due, not to over-abundance), but to impurity, of the Blood ; and it U equally well attested that no blood medicine U so efficacious as Ayer'S Samaparilla. " One of my children bad a large aura break out ni the leg. We applied imple remedies, for a while, thinklnx the sore would shortly heal. Hut it grew worse. We nought medical advice, and were told that an alterative medicine) wan necessary. Ayer'a Sarsaparlll being Recommended...

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. — 8 August 1889

JutKMiltc3wrthlrc J 88 MIDDLEBUllGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 9, 188!). NO. 31. MSof LOCAL INTEREST L, t Court tot tln county been niljoiinn-u toTlui"'Kv August ltu. . 1 lannr nt Mif. irg were the guesis ot i"f iaJ family over Sunday. i.i-l-t.r nf Sunburv HOKllftV. Lrw Washington Sehoeh of the Ltmrtf Telryrapn u Lt postmaster at Miflliuburg. . notrorrtox of Sbaniokin is I-;.. MidiL'ehurgli. John in a king young man anI a good II t the matter with our Selinc L Kratzcrville and nnamokin CorreHiuinJentK. uur reactors 1 Lie to hear from them. .. f;.1.11.hureh Baud has been U,l to furnish muHic for the Omrit 1'oHt on Grand Army It Sunbury, Oct. 0. Ue will he a festival on Sutur- Lening, Auk. 10, for the benefit he Lutheran .and Reformed h of Ccutreville. Lwn bachelor remarked in our a the other day that it took a inn long time to get into the Lg but when she did get there tayed. iliffi-renre between the poor 'and the rich man is, that the iimn walks to cet meat for Iuh L b, and the rich m...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 August 1889

TIIE MIPDLKDUUGII POST. T. U. IIAUTF.lt, Kditcb Ann Pko'r. MU'lH.h. ::r i:c, fA.. .-iff;. , i!. Tho vciiimMc Mrs. Polk in now tiu only livii: ,' w ido.y of a iYi sidrnt fromthf k-outhcru State. Tii'1 Ti--t io:i of womi :i Fitting i County (.linn iN in England lct ti do tided in tli" ii( !'iitii'. Ho' li France iimi! (iii.it Britain lead tint l'niti '1 Stall s s i f.ir as exports to South Ami riiv. arc concerned. Dunn',' the iirst six months of the 1 ir. -i-n I icar I ." .'. mil s of new tr.i'k were laid by the urioiis i:ilro::ds i:i the toit'itry. Tlir question of lepro-'y i'i India i ;;. f-u!. i i 1 1 a k linn.; t aaia' t'T. It is r. ported th.it a British liri.i'lli i' i Jural li '.she, n M 'it home v. itli the disease. t.eidai'- li:iai.ci..l !'.iilhoi il i- s report lii: t t!' rr m-N'T v. :" a pi:in when . I.;tvh Snv'-ting v.!i- g-.';i.-;- in in purely industrial i . ..i.i.i r. i.il i Ic I.' j r. y Y.: --. in Norway ' i i,i i.i;. a v nir. It i. a in miliary ill-- ! s'. I It il - ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 August 1889

PATIONALOAME. Jl b- flItur ta Au- 'rf Boston, SkM the W of'cirs-lnn.tl. rtW load, th. SfSfc- trying to wpport.. , (XrMll lH5'0' .. ...... "I h." relpn-l C'.tchr rcoplo. 'JroKii Kemmler. SjK.ith.of-HUburg. . of the CIiIcaro team, U th 'Ime-runner of the "" Kw York. leads th. Leagu. ,ilL o'u the nuniN-r of strike outs. H.traiian Island thay aw. m far to u thetlouble umpire sjs- . ., rnl I4VX) for Pitcher -and received e0O from ''. i. r! have len recorded In X,Uuh.tV"--." by Ueval.nd, ..' nl fhiiKi. ...niarksblc fvt thnt P.otnn haa ; rUht.ti.Uort flUl since Wnjhtloftlh-club. :r:v.:r.,-VS7s witU .New York Tal point Miind. - nf IT.V" ntul Hhortatnp Quuin, I nih"H's chib. t Bob., of Maryland, lias a IHll, nn. I " played second .'i'Nti "!. of Washington. . .. ... Aril. lit Ir.lll IrSI promer m .. , ,. .hnrtstopof the Washington, ,sn,..iiy at thin! bass in that r . ifrt Anit ha.! ma.lr turt rumrof double I'lay. insty-nine; Uity-f-ur, an.l lndutnaiolls third, .ruue. tonkins f the F.mtliern I...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 August 1889

Published every Tburmluy. T- H. BARTER. Editur and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, Angus 0, 18S1). A Girl's Story of the Battle. Woliavn junt road with a rcat ileal of inh'iTHt a book entitled "At ( ttvnliurr, or "What a Oirl Saw and Heard of the Uattle," by Mr. Tillin (l'ierce) Allenum of SeliiiH t;rove. It in a thrilling little volume of 11H piiKci and in replete with anecdote, liiHtory, and pathoH. Wc ron irratulato our friend MrH. Alio- man on the himti'hh of her endeavor as an iiuthorcHM. for we consider it the imwt thrilliiiB little volume we have ever read. It in alike inter esting to Holdier and eivillian an it in descriptive of ineideiitft unrecog nized in general history. The fol lowing eomment on tho work by the Gettysburg Star t Siutiiol is not ove rdrawn, and places beyond eavil tlie authent ieaey of the writer's htatriiK iitH : Many books, pamphlets and news- paper artieleH have been written on the battle of Gettysburg, but thev have been principally...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 August 1889

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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 August 1889

WAR IN EGYPT. WILD ROUT OP THE DERVISHES. ALMOST ANXIIIILlTr.D IN A HAITI.! WITH ORH- Wad el-Juml, the dervish Irader, and !, 600 of his follower were killed In an engage ment with General (iri'nMl and his h'.irypt inn allies nt Tokl, Saturday. Thn battle tNk place at 5 o'clock In the morning, General (jronfcll successfully drawing Wud-cl-Juml's forces to a point near Toski, w here he had his triow concentrate I, when n general en gagement was at once begun. The U rvifli- fought with great fury, throwing them solve Uon the advancing Egypluin fro iiently mid refusing qunrter. The forced tinder General (iretifcll acted admirably, nnd completely routed the dervishes after seven hour' hard fighting. The number of raninltle suffered hy the British and Egyptian is mirriMi nly small. The total loss i 17 killed ami l.'ll wounded A thousand dervish prisoners were captur ed. TheofnclalreportofGener.il n ren fell, of the battle near Tokl, ha been received. Ac Cording to this rcjtort tho dervis...

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