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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 August 1889

"jHE castaways. THE CAPTAINS SAT. ..- iha Anlrltnal Rhllto VldlM'Te"" " ' wrote- v.... tt4 Ihnt hit nny mean J myrl) TT. ' j "Cor. is.. 27. ft .i.-nrefcticonf you who HvBontho Pv I IB,JtTwholiveon thi. Atlantic coast Pnr-'.prmt-ly ik m thi. marine allu- ETth lit, for nil who know nbuut tlia km. "l""'1 the r,w'T' . i , in,iiM tlmt ministers of re ! h..1n others Into heaven and i1"0 .i.-.i-.lves. The carpenter that PTih rk did n"t get into it 1 I Will Ionia. r1!' nm no securitr. Cardinal ." 1 ii-r 'havimt tieon ltted by king. fi'1'1. ...... iniiul forolmi ambassador I I kat'illC tlieu in darkness. P "7 '.i. t eminent minister of '". ,. , .1,1. mnntrv haa ever iw,wn, i . pianilnatlon. found K,JivJh. not figuratively l.nt literally, f e nmy have hand of ordination C ,L IimhI ami address consecrated mwiii- ilMirily reach the realm celestial. Tho Wtm nmA K1' tl,rol,S!; the name eata r ' i.ilii?lavman. Ihorn have been f 'L ..t .Ihnwreck where all on board , f shipwreck wncr an on oonm , ei...

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. — 29 August 1889

She glitolebutglj Pulilished every Thursday. T- H. HAHTER Editor and Proprietor Subscription 1.50 per year. Thursday, Angus 2!, 188!). Tor State Tur.Ayrni.R HOX. HKNIIY KLINK 150YEH, OK I'HII.MF.I.!'1I1A. Foil Coi NTY Sl'HVF.YllK JAMES MIDDLKSWAKTH, OF ADAMH TOWNSHIP. Why Called America. Mr. Moiilton Emery, of Charles- ton, S. C, under luto of July 2f, re plies to u reinarke of the New York Tribune tlmt "at t lie four hundredth HiuiiveiHiiry of the discovery by Columbus there ought to be room for 11 protest against the wrong which was done to him by culling the country after andlier, and for the application to Amerigo Vespucci of the epithet "ehailtati and liar. He takes tin grounds that these words might "with equal truth and justice be applied to Columbus him self, had the continent received his name ; for it is a historical fact that the New World was discovered .r0() vears before him by Leif, the hoii of Erie the lied : and if there is to be any protest in the matter of name it ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 August 1889

km t mi 1 .. ...JWfl PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE I The iiwlervtiriiiit nirctit fertile Heirs of JnceJ Stelnlniror, late el Ml.tilli-iinrKii. nnyncr rour !'., am: (1. win expose 10 piiwic si(i on promises on Saturday, AuRiiHt 31, 18T All Hint certain mrs-tiHipor tract (if l.,, In the town or MldrilcniirKh. cotitnlli1 "J,"e All ICS A OWI1 JjOj lammlcd Norlli hy Imiila of Mil' hv nub c A cv. Knit by w West tiy lot of Kiniitiii. I Sell pit II enixl two-story DWKI. IIAIO Bllll IX IHT IHI'I Iihm an nliiinrtiinco of sj i - All A I ncvrr-fiillliiK wuier in. 1 no pcrsonm pn 1X11(1 Nl I III' Sllllll' SiiIp tneuiniiii' terms will lie in. : .1. "V "i", '.L.-t rtiillet. flew thick a.i timiui" !" - .. o.i .!...( hdnir arrlirria- .l, inrc wan """ -"" j,tiiclilnion no -....-1Mb tli others, however, iiccwnUd in Ihf timber and woapinR- Th offl. 'J, unhurt -nd wiU -tart la pursuit ?'irtiie peoj-lowcre conRTatulatlnn . -ii.o mioilv resumption of ,,.in Iron Works they were astonish. l the news or ni iine...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 August 1889

i i ; : )': J i t I II I . f r i THE M1DDLEUUKGII TOST. T. Q. riAHTER, Epitoi and Pno'R. Miiir.Miri:(, ta.. avu. ."., iw. There are eighteen person in England with rent roll of over ."0),00) jut on- Ulltll. Th-rc nrc l.OOO.OOi) Canadian in the I'lutel States, who have emigrated hero to remain. They havo politic in .Japan now, tin iter tho coti'titiition. mill i tic of the par tics i called the .lijit.i. (;f tin1 Hiid.d'i!) inmiillcil voter in tho c'.y of New York I f.iio ) juy t:'c on property iiikI L'llD.lWi) p iy ru.t to theje who own tiic property. A Washington cm respondent of the I'tica ,v,r say th'it "there probably tevir were so many women scc!;i:ig ot'tiee tin re are ti.i- ear." All the States aid Ten it :t! of the I'liioii liave i:n ,r i;ii-il militia.. Of l;iet ,.";.' are cavalry. .'.".l artillery, Mi l l.'i.'J arc i i j i uitrv. PuicMe .i:ir German ollicir-i in-Cre.'- hm-ly. During May twenty- three shut tin mcvi s, and tiie lunula r for .lime Was lar:;i r Mill. A DBOWSY ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 August 1889

. "tha absconding asslsUnt fi. PB.? '"," .a. arreted r'CcKy. He confessed w baring em- h. Mi. Kansas and Texas wrecked nlnamllea south of ,w. .. .nnnin over a steer. rnk BIM Hannibal, Mo., r"r . Oeonte Pennarea were killed. HJand sallow was decided at KM.L..k and Miller took a part in the ceremonies. red from MaysTille, p"w . . ivnnntlivi named nf , btt " 0 . .n.t three officers who were 1' arrest tiiem. Hall and Mason have 1 nimTwhiikr o ,n,,i'ns ,n ,be Ur" .dim'"' ' ij .-. although ' ,. (, capture them have been !,r- Hulletaflewthlrlc nfftban 30 .hots being exchrrg 1,1 ,1 ii cltn-l he was fatally wound- i'jh theotne", limine, lM . 1 .nlnu. The oil . p III mt I VMiratlif wtr. unhurt ami wi .1... ?':h roilowere confrratulatlnfr ;u, over the resumption of . w .,riilii were astonish- ,h, new of another Iron failure, that 1- - P.imt.iitf wllll'.h Lrrytne r limin e v.-."i. . Umiieiit t- the Keadin Trust L.r for the h'-'iolit of its creditors. The 9 '' 1 -I.... ....mm. f IF afllllA knar ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 August 1889

Le . . ' . .4 tf? i: ; m ;3tVr Wolff'sACMEBIacking BEATS the World. It is the Beat HARNESS DRESSING The BEST for Men's Boot " Ladles' " " Children's" ABSOLVTBLT WATERPROOF. aOFTENSandRE8CRVEBth Leather fm vJk awe Mi eaif tmr a Mnftit fhr wmnm'a U nnpto r pnfwt nmttf It tnitkna III fcwuWmiwa and eara dnrwfcle poltoh yno rrr m, Tm dno'4 t graaa and swaat with a bU4 h hro.h. Ito wie and Irr H. Bwtnw ynvr TMMlfatbxr wealed hard is no twaarai yo ehbejd ant m raanrlf thai wane than mwlwa UN. uld by Urooiaa, Druggists, ml Boot Dealers, WOLf F A RANDOLPH. rauoarHU. REASONS tVhy Ayer's Sarsaparilla is preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases. I'm ause in poisonous or deleterious ni'icilji'iitN Miter into the composition at Ayer'a Sarsnpnrilla. - Avei'a Sarnaruirilla contain only the purest ami most effective reuicilial properties. - Ayer'a Sarsaparilla in prepared with eitrvme rate, Kkilt. and cleanliness. - Ayer'a Sarsaparilla la prescribed by trailing physicians. - Ayer's Sar...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 September 1889

Con,V ltCt . Co bf LOCAL INTEREST 26. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO., PA., SEPTEMBER 5, 1889. NO. 3B. i I.... t t..i.1iu .t- Vn. 85 per gallon. Uersoxof Shamokin wnn lomlay. Lo works more of reduced Guncbergef to prepare Inter stock. ieininger on Saturday pur- futher's house and lots at Lf,alfl u Middleburgh for .IJleburgh Band has been 'to furnish music for a pic- zeppa,(Boycrtown), Union Sept. 1. lldlcbiirgh Ban d this week HPveu new horns from Jintin, which complete a ift. the cOHt of which foots Lie thousand dollars. St Clair of Philadcl- V Annie HasBenplug of Mil- Miss Katie Hassenplug of te the guests of D. T. kul family. was Labor Day. It made Ll rliruiee in our neighbor- le busy people labored as i-arn bread and the lazy red to keep awake. ll, Lutheran Missionary to 111 preach in the Union Middleburgh, Tuesday ev- Ipteniber 10th. All are nvited to attend, end of Mrs. Shindel takes morrow, (Friday) at 11 The late hour is set for the ilution of the relatives tast who will arrive on t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 September 1889

CONVENTIONS. PEN X3TLV A X I A PRO II I UI TION IST8 rair komiiuti mr. i. X. joiiKtToir, or urn si ami, ton stati Tnctsciiis. The Prohibition onvenrion met at Har risburg and nominated J. K. Johnston, of Pittsburgh, for State Treasurer. The con tention was an enthusiastic; one. Over COO delegates were present. Rev. vV. R. Covert, of Westmoreland county, win chairman of the contention. A strong platform waa adopted with but one dissenting voir. The new Prohibition State Committee organized ty electing A. A. Stevens, of Tyrone, chair man. The platform adopted declares that the trafllc in intoxicating liquor is the prolific source of crime and lawlessness and should be prohibited by laws faithfully enforced. The platform of the National Prohibition Irty adopted nt Indianaili May .'), 1888, U indorsed. The Australian system of bal loting as a means of souring a fair expres sion of tbe will of the people at the jolls in favored. All citizens, without distietion of ex, rare, nationality, ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 September 1889

. FOUND WANTING r PR. TALMAOB. 1UII of nin-r. fart fond icaf-n'-Danlel of architecture. t 'TZrn lm,.rf only tho-vl- tiling ' 1 " . m. .it.. V, v i n r IwMin - fnll The site having lieen t . ..),. ritr tn million men wore r1 E A-sring of her wall, and the 7a h.-r work.. It was a city sixty "n3,.iimf.T.we. Thm was a trench -'""IT." ?'I which the material Tbu, M n f lh. rtty had been digged. -m ptv I wi'iiv - " p.-- . T.t-n every two fates a tower of -.r.neina ln the Ami fro'" h " r." . . .trcet running straight r'Tt, to lh- corresponding Kt on the -.. A other-were tiny sireeis n. Li vi Through the ritr ran branch fc-Kn Thin river some- flowed bank, and to keep it th. nun f th rt,v " l"k" w"" oon" ",.,1 Into wt.irh th- surplus hi . .( rtm (hiring the time of freshet. :1 " wan k-l-t I" thi. artificial lake ,,,-,,.f .IroiiBht, ami in-n i-"" ,-., ,,.n over th- city. At either i..i.r .nanninir the Knphrate I, , iflliwe-the one w1oeo a Inilo 1 h,)f sn'iin.1. the other palace seven I half mi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 September 1889

Published every Thursday. T- H. HARTER. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. Thursday, September 5, 18S9. For State Theascrer 1I0X. HENUY KLINE IlOYKIl, tr rilILAIELPHlA. For County Surveyor JAMES MIDDLESWAKTH, OF ADAMS TOWNSHIP. Taxtoxville. MiHH Curry Swen ircl, John H. Swengel ami Charles Perr nre attending school nt New Herlin. Wilmm (lift, who Iiiih been in Sun bury for some time learning the painting trade returned home lust week. Our festival was fairly attended m Siit unhi v evening. The conduct f the young people win especially comnundiililf. Kcvcrytliing wan iuiet ami peaceable hh it should be Ft in generally tlmt way when whin key i absent. Foster (lift left for iJloomsburg State Normal School on Monday. John Weirich mid Nelson Uord Mian, two of our young men, left for Pittsburg where they are employed l.y the 1. It. It. Co. The Fuxtonville bridge will lie finished this week. There was a very ieaeeuhle racket up town the other evening. The bombardment brough...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 September 1889

r ji Ml I'V mo and by the Kmitortir of Ucau "' llkirptsli, governor of Crete, has issued r::utlni nnounciiig that tht Turn T jjtui I t'' wl' island for the pur riitiriii order, onJ that any runs rof ranting the lurusn auiuoriues tawvervly yiiiiislied. .. . I... r...4..i-U. .r .11 ; nielli '"' ,liri""8 111 "le now t;. i - l' r f"r the army. They ure a.) P willi r l-r for tli) Au-triiin ;i.uii tiiivernmiMits, both of Wliicli ,uwltl' Hder. M,r frmu Yokohama Mute that tlisas .. sturiiu linve recently tecurrcil in Wuk . l4. Ten iliou?miil ortji" crilicd in Mloainn the storm", and LV.OilU WiJt rl lii'int'lcw. The of prop-- iniiriiiiius. tjrt J. Mevoii, Consul of the Pulled it Victoria, II. C, write to the State Lrtment that the riilue t)fexort during art year to the I'nitol Stule of the pro nisif the province, shows tt noticeable a-iti !!. r( ii Jo of coal, which to the L,,f tl.T-Hect was exported ugaiust 11,- ijjrti'.l in lsa". indications are not very fuvorahlu for unittlut settlement o...

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. — 5 September 1889

I i it THE MIDDLEBUROII POST. T. Q. HAHTER, Emrom akd Pbq'r. MIIHtLKHI Hfi. VI.. .S'ffV. I. There arc Frenchmen who say the Mose of the Exposition in Paris will lie :Iir beginning of u "Boulnngcr Hovolu linn." A sign of tin1 business boom in tin: South, according to the New York .'nr, is the rniiil establishment of new hanking instil ut inn. S :i i ii must concede to Cuba tlx! right nf M'lf government within certain limits nr there will ho troulile there, ileelnres the Washington Slir, and resident Span iards will side with the Cuban. The New York Sun suggests thilt ono feature f the Paris Exposition which, by nil means, ought to he transported to New York for the great l'hi'.iiii n of ISH'J i the mammoth plohe, forty fct.t in ili:itneter. It affords mi object lesson in geography of incomparable value. In Chin. i the inhabitants iin: cnunteil every year in ii curious manner. Tho oldest muster of every ten houses ha to count tin1 families, mill lias to make u list, which is sent to t...

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. — 5 September 1889

It f5nEI0N NEWS. parMamest prorogued. lrtSD UTII IXT-THt U)NDO taoi tsui. L. m.t fM prorouuwl FiWay until !D., ,7. in l.SDMchof .mbttW. 1UH'"" r j1"'" m tins with other Hr: a cr,i1- of the nothing tins b.p- U ' ? " JL.. Kiiniiiii iaee. Thaonly k,otnn Hll ,,,00! events has ' 1 renews .f stUmitHS kitM"'J, : .., r.,linarani f Mahtli to Hf fun Ml rrentl sntl tlis- ftn"' " ?..!;..r.,T, .kill ...J comply K'lh, Khedives truoj, ;.iUK)rta by Li llntish . ontmnnnt under Oem-ral L (..II ID Ct.Illfrct"-" - " t',m con.itinK vt wi-ronUtlvw of N"?.1 i:..,Minl America. which P 'h J Ik-rlin ill the bi.nmt. BKriieJ- t" ?h island, This Instrument has fcS5J7Jd now awalti tlie sssent of Um k,ncnc"' l irpsba, governor of Crete, Las Issued ' - ...... . I. a T.i.la t,',:Mtion announcuig ium..u... ocrt il the whole Island for the pur- L i.toring order, aim mm any in-i-mm ..J m ating nirk'au n"ia limfveroly punisbea. I . i:,mn nowder lactone Bra an at LBiSlit and day. turning out the now ,(;fpuwdT Mrine army...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 September 1889

Ii !1 JOLLY1 Om.1 bonaht OMK BLAOKlTfO tr.d I'll bm a aas bow. WoIirsACMEBIacking :S A 5REAT UBOR SAVER. A SHINE LASTS A WEEK. KtiN AND SNOW DON'T AFFECT n NO BRUSHINQ REQUIRED. MAKES A SHOE WATERPROOF. V UU BT MKIt. WOMEN Am CHH-DHllS. Caa t waabad Uk. OO Ulaih. ul abaolntal Ssftons and Preerve all klndt of Laathr. AfR, and do till rw pH,lUK w U b wall nli. ioU Sbo. Stan Oman. Draatts, For Mrnw4 asaqoalad. SfOLFF & RANDOLPH. PMiUOElfMil Dress the Hair "With Ayr' Hair Vigor. IU cleanll-ot-as, bnflcll effect on the scslp, nd lasting perfume commend It for uni versal toilet uit. It keep the hair soft ami silken, preserves ltd color, prevent it from falling, and, If the hair ha become weak or thin, promote a new growth. "To restore the original color of my hair, which had turned prematurely ray. I nseil Ayer'a Hair Vigor with en tire success. I cheerfully testify to U Efficacy of thl preparation." Mr. P. n. David on, Aleiaudria, La. " I wan afflicted dome three vear with acalp dise...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 September 1889

f , Mi t . OL, 28. MIDDLEBU11GH, SNYDER CO., PA., SEPTEMBER 19, 1889. NO 37. - mm? jl. mm. a - m m r . sy I I IS" IK a I Mil IRC1 roc iiM" coon, as WsofLOOAL INTEREST ourt net week. a l 01 a r L ( Paul BillbarJt ban atarted L.i, rlaM at Adamsburg. Lh0,41.kifor sale at the Pont lf, JIuWieuu'R' ' Latthe Miiaieburtjrb Post Of ,.. -hool bL'H. ulaten, tablet. ;yi ' .linHtrrove Canning factory 0w about one bundreil liamla p heboid ami the ciitor and r'e attending the 0ranRer8 bboUJayR-Ountzberger will dowd doors. new heron for the Middle Vh Band arrived last Friday I the boy are nij'"K M:-" Lrliitle to-day. i ... i niA lilnuuntiiinir. If piUul u v " ,uppoHcd the crop Irom tneee komK Will noi le muienteu uj Vuroulia. the 'Jtb of Stiptembcr thirty n lirr.e hundred thouand wore wuKtered into the Hervico y.cW .Mm. re under obligationa to the L'erH ol tue tnion couuiy r air rtiuplimcntary to their exlnbi Spptember 2t, 25, 26 and 27. Hendiey will sell hia real mm mile HOUth-WCHl of Ad- wrg at 1...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 September 1889

ill i '.fi ; i lit' 1: 1, ii f r J- . ! 1 is t f . I) ! WIND AND WAVE. WRECKAGE LINES T1IE SHORE, tub Atlantic tTomi mime wrrnott A HUI.IIU THE CONDITIO OF TRADE. Indication of a storm of nnwon(e1 sever ity bve manifested themselves Along tbe Atlantic const. Great wave bave swept ever the beaches at high tide, and much de Itruction of property bas resulted. At some points In New Jersey tbe ocean bad not bwn seen In Kiuh fury for years, and wherever tbe beaches were low, the damage has been enormous. The worm fit predicted soma tme ago in general way, and it Is come fully up to the forecasts. Its force was sjent well out to sea, but the tidal wares which v ashed the New Jerey coa"t, Ixng Island, nd as far north as Newport, tell of A dis turbance of wide extent. The now Morgan line steamer El Mnr ' Completed her first round trip from W Orleans to Now York. The otlicers gave out full story of bow the vessel weathered the tig blow. The storm struck her on Monday lilght ahoiit one mile n...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 September 1889

AoiiicumiiiAL . ,,,,OP INTKHKHT KKfiATlVK r'r'o F.U ANUOAUDEX. ...Hit TIIU roCLTP.V Bt'MSKM. .en'rYinies it I n:.t to decide how . TIib fit t;,i!, for th" nnrr W a 1 ..1 I.H 111) AM lllluf !"r,twmU lH..uit,blo to his pur- matter what other mar like or r, ;, . ,.iruw. u nmst iuiiivini- 'l0 ' .. iinil iiiirniiscs. mi .,...-,.r Iir-fntisllrd. After hnv- 1. . . i .t... .....f ihinff !o consider is ni!"""""' " ....1," It U not ,f who'll 1,1,1 " " . i. u with poultry ns with other v TtV cheapest is the dearest In tho i" "ln not canvass the country to Mini ,'t' ,t( k t reasounblo I'tlcce. Timet- rrnTIM7.IS(l VAMK OF TtnNH. The fertilizing vnliic of lino hone is , ..,-i!,,m tln.t of coarse. Imnc. The li't'T may lie in the ground for r, while very tine bono is readily de- vw ,1 ami taken up iy pianis. i uc ' i .-..million and increased value Lour I"""' immure it to some extent " .I.- r. t l,i- itnfinn . fysllit OI mo mil"" ... ...... ........... ' Lin viMir 1879 first carried into '"f.vtthc ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 September 1889

Slie gtitolthu)! asl PuMitdied cvory Thursday. T. H. BARTER, Editur and Fropnctor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thur8diiy,Scptcmbcr 19,1889. For State Treahurf.ii HON. HENRY KLINE BOYEK, or rniLAPEi.PHU. For Cochtt Surveyor JAMES MIDDLESWAUTH, or ADAMH TOWNSHIP. ArAMsiiriio. Communion mtviccs wore LcM in the Lutheran church on last Sunday Itcv. L. L. Ulh, I). I)., of Ountoor, India, lectured in the Lutheran church hiHt WcilncHdny evening on the cufstoniH of India ns noon by him He ban been a missionary to that country for twelve yean. The lco ture was an able one and van highly appreciated. At the clone he exhib ited quite a variety of articles made in that benighted country includ ing Idols, or falwn godn. On Monday morning Dr. II. J. Smith died very Ktiddeidy at bin home of heart diHCjiseJIe requested bin wife to rct up and get breakfast, which hho at once jiroceded to do, but before she left the room she no ticed the doctor making strange moves and before she could call in any as...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 September 1889

BriofFtunllatisa Earick. ivrii Kersal Hardeh. De ocb -bribe ieh dere ken brief. Ich n ie leit awenich uunpencn warra Won an inon olla uawg cuimi- Vt,1inffn hut don wart are even !"" r .... rt I iiilii-li. ier wane nir llUi-t.- --- , , , Larmnirerieu tuocui. i eme neimey Irra fur a pawr dawg, demo in cm I - - A.... .a,.. ". tidJcr elne man iu i-mu. vu tottf fun ma brief gov ioh tlere an -f fun ma city cunn wo hi opinion ' . .. 1 ! t. .. U fim la l'ennsyiiawnimiH LitMlm nmte. Do Tolly 18 gor net blcosed nut am kmick un won bc fint war a g Blinvva hut uou win ufTlixera luHBft un ilerno Msamolil nhtawb in tier kicli. TUB 1ESSSYLVAMA DCTCM. al 1(11 1 Time na wuen tue i-ennnyiva- li Dutchman" was an important turn of the KryHtoue Mate, but, hounh there are yet nections .i 1. T. ..!. pre ftll Wie peopiu mo i xuivn Wrti., the race ia gradually dying fat, n the Quakcra have before Their custoiun are diflerent m those of Buy other people in country and their eccentricities known far and wide....

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. — 19 September 1889

7 V vl - i ilk 1 V. (I THE MlDDLKfflJKGH POST. T. H. HARTER, Edptob aid Tfo'r. Miiir.Kiii j:;, r... suit, vk iw A Mii.tux (Pa.) paper aays that ou the day of tho Snllivan-Kilrain fight the wife of William Polluter, of Sbak- epcaro, presented him with twin 1kv. j of six and eight wnnds, which the father named Jacob Kilrain and John Sullivan respectively. There wero some curious features about ( tho recent revolution nt Honolulu, Hawaii. King Kalakaita ;n informed by telephone that hi palace was invested ly rebels, anil by telephone he sent for hit Chamberlain. They spent the day quietly in il boat-house playing poker. Meanwhile Wilcox, t lie lender of the re volt, nt tired in nn Italian uniform, had sheltered himself in a gasoline tank from which h" issued hi" order regarding the aiegc of the pulitce. Twelve of Kalakaua'i warrior repelleil the onslaught of the gasoline hero's myrmidons. and by night full the farce was ended. The California civil engineers, em ployed in surveying the ...

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