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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 September 1889

'-0F COX DEAD. of tlic Well-Known- New an HrleJ fork Congressman. .. cvelch of His Long and Event ful Publio Careor. ,tiTr,.n 8. R. Cox died about half. ."SH . ik. ..Milntf at Ilia HnrnA Ka. Io'cIOT m " 1 - iiik Now York HIT. from ... Tla. tntbvnnl arot A -JUJ. Mil WHO, L-j, mtn at hit ttjWuV. Ho u con OW j r.. ...... tv.. .1.. . Imoft U Ml u' J .. a i.i r-1 I- . vifl arffe, oTnJ oi i iriiui mm srtl a-rvant who cam on from kfTwl" Mr. Co, wM pre- V aaussvh on the naw matea, emnour V? ITrnt ohwrrttiotw in the Wsat, for wJTlft,n!th Jult Ktcklor Astoria " I)mi'tTti' club in Second avanun, r citv. The tin oi nit lecture was ,Vonlrltnd " Tuo inernbm of the . met tt ineir iwini. ...... t ItWws came that thnir friend had :fVuT",.....ii., f whioh ho mill. 1 'K rj":.. -H. .1 th hot... Hit. I TBf , .,)' .Inn-ami were receive! ,1, Tnrklnh Miniater and other " Likl writ-: General I'lta-Joiiii Porter, ranria ........ , . ...... i o'jl. of Nt. Lmni; ei-JuilK 'v lin.lv. James M. Horniour. ,4T nwirt...

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. — 19 September 1889

Si7cat-Groan-Gm:i f - UL Q WhittlMrJ tk tipected of lk old fxihlo d way of bUckinc In thoatt Try th Bw w.y by tuing WOLFF'S leme Blacking fad tht dirty Uik &coat cleaajy WolfTsACMEBIackinB REQUIRES NO BRUSH. She Watarar Saow. Saa eaa b watae! laa, rqlfwg cVauinf aoly aa Waak tor awa, osc a Month far woawa. ti i. .1.. llaiut Haraeaa Drwtalaf. . WOLFF RANDOLPH.PhtUd.tpai 'Try Ayer's Pil! fill Ste; .f I .; .) : V chrutjii -. tl'lleVI- I I ,. from Cu . . Wl'l, I I.- I . month i . ii,, t-inn i ;,- nil rfTf. rn.i II, ,i-, ruve a Mh.' ,u ... ..i.,-. i.i ',-n t- Rhcu rr 'j'zn". No meilii-iiie i'n-,',1 ;., i- ... in. ii lietter steml." I I . i . Avuyellea I'url.-li. I ('. K. llniaiti.. N, . .. i i i" , v . "I liaVtt ll-n-il . , . .. ! i jreara, nnil I I : r ? 'n u . . I .- . ri... in the wuiM. w I., i ,, Ill till' lllHIXf ill III.- 'il l I .,, i rurril Ini'of si. ,. I ,l,i i .),. r. . i Hi lire litkiRit A !' 1'.;... . i Irrn from lln-n- .'i.n j h-n. ' "I IlllVl- llfi l 41 . : l.i- I'l ru...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

I C.UoWmWDCT! VOL. 2C MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. NO. 38 jXEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Autumn'" melancholy days are not 'r tiD. Yhe nett legal holiday will lie Outers are reported as being in .,Uss condition this season, as KtqUHlity. ami pienwui in quantity, 4,meof tho young men of Middle mn-h are sowing their w ild oatH railed Willi .j". Do ot all that you ran ; spend not ,11 that vou have : believe not all jut vou hrar ; and tell not all that on know. When you get ready to act up your Lire thin fall, mix a little halt and Linffcurand dean the mien. It will Unit. We Lear a great deal about labor Morm but there aeems to bo a Vrenter need of reforming some of r . .. , i hoe It'llowH who aon t woik. The Merchants Protective Aaso- utioo of Snyder county will meet lilliJihVbiirgh, on Tuesday, Oct. 1. J attendance is reciuHted. N. T. Dcxdore, Pre S.C. Gimus, Sec. Mr. H. II. Leitzel, of Main street kre birth to a pair of twins on last ritlay and had been dangerously k in ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

THE MIDDLEBURGII TOST. T. H. II ARTE R, Eirr aud Tno'n. MII'DI.hllCHU, PA.. SklT. ID. 1KM. Tho railroad companies of tho Unit:! F' Hi'ovi' I? .,t'.()0.nii(i,(i(i(. ljst yrarthii amount of interest (mill ly the railroads rf tho l'iiitr.1 states was f'.'o'.nno.odi), ml tin- ttimiiiiit in dividend i'SO.OOO, (tmt. If the amount of f r.-irht hauled wotoidl ..-il-.rcil tootic mill', it would tuiount to (t),im(),(llH,(MIO tons of 6 eight. .T ii 1 1 1 i ii MilliT, who, HftiT hi; went infft Y nil street mid lost his I i 1 1 ! pile, used li rail lit the rieli iiihI revile leading New York capitalists, has lierottie II capitalist liiineir. Nunc years iu' lie bought 2'MI Vi es nf :iiii near ?viu Fialnisco, iiiel now lie v have become valii.ilile for town lot1. The met says tint he m'ii.'iII spend the re mainder of hi- das u the i'arilio 5il'p Tic- '..,nlst whole trade i'f Culcntt-i wr.s paiahed recently by It general triko of unlive bullock -eiirtors, in number. Tin V are foreeil t .'HUMID 'IIV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

BOBBING TUB SUTFEREBS. ,..,,irDi cnitnrtmnT to rial thi ftav i nrt AlngrtcpUA exposure hu Junt been V ,t8p,kn Falls. W. T., which ImpU m two rn'mbtr. of ths Common Council At. nolle offloer. The names of ths par Implicated rt.Sldnor D. WaUrs, Teter twbet and Wo. Gil!spi. ThoM man ara j. rd with having formed a conspiracy to nrtprit the funds and iuppllee furnish !b contribution for th relief of those buffered by the recent Or, antral weeks ego Robert Inglli was ar--etChloo, California, on charge of retold provisions and other supplies A ippri.priatd the proceels. He was su.v iLti but mwle bis escape from Ppokaue r!ju. he ci,turd Chioo, Loa bring brought back made the start w ittment that a conspiracy existed amor,; the officials and others for Ij ap. PrrisUon of the rellof supplies on a large icalfc Infill was examined and admitted to bail, but hu since dinppeared. The supposition k tint be was bought off. A partial inres rtii,m has been made, and it shows that lrii thousand doll rt...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

i5 lie ptoMurgb (Jost. Published every ThurHday. I- H. BARTER, Editor and Proprietor. trout have been planted by the fish notify the township auditors to ap- commiRBionern, when public notice praise the lowi huh turned by the f Raid planting haB been given, wn- claimant j they have power to uni- der $10 penalty. mon witness and investigate the cane No person shall catch or kill, save thoroughly, and shall determine and only with rod, hook and line, at any report to the justice the amount of Subscription $1.50 per year. Thuml;y,Soptcmbcr 20,18S9. For State Treasurer HON. HENRY KLINE I30YEK, Or PHILADELPHIA. For County Surveyor JAMES MIDDLESWAKTH, r ADAMS TOWNSHIP. Revised Game Laws of Penn sylvania. The season for hunting has arriv ed and as a great many of our read ers are unacquainted with the game laws wo publish the following abridgement for their benefit from SmuU's Legislative Hand Book for No person shall kill or pursue any wild deer, save only between the first of October and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

I 1- - Tl , nf lam, ,,..ihln better than mm brush !?,... .hiiitv only to support prairie . , ...i.i nt tiv much enthusiasm in 'A t hriV to it J.ltxl to 111" do "S'Jl Put it immensity and affluence no biwRine iint.ws in immlprant waeon p.-h or in rail train of the Union i. il-ortho Northern faclHr or imun . . Pinrtr or tlie Southern Pat-iflc, he ban LLi Having bwn priTtle! six rrM till continent, and twice ST wmmer. I haw come to aiAirn-iatinn of iU maenitu.K ffi.irtim. which I upj)o.l in boy. t 4 'rom it tlwon the map, wan a few -IVtow. a rlils f lnd on which one JLlkiiutiouly let he hit hU head . .i..w.-r NrmUnn nnn ililti or nlii Jato the I'acifle waters on the other, Call JL the thin dice of land as I a'liipmied it I"7B ,vh.l. 1 have found it to be larjrsr H th- Mate of .ew r.nKinn arm ai York Mate and all Pennsylvania ailde.l ri,hT and f you add them toother their mrMTt aiil'S ,,,r """" v nuiuriim. Kirth and Ninth Dakota, Montana and Sruhirst' ii Territory, to lie launched next ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

SCORES ENTOMBED. FALL OP A CLIFF AT QUEBEC. tjitailj or th awful atalajcciiic tus hu CCIBS riRILODI woa. A terrible disaster befall a portrbn of the city of Quebec. 'J wo days of rain and flood, succeeding a month of dry weather, filled the crevices of the Roil Immediately below and beyond the southern extremity of Duf ferin Terrace, and Thursday night an f nor mom mam wan detached from the cliff and burled over the retaining wall, pushing the houses out of its wny and crushing moat of them beneath Its weight. The debria of rock Oiled up the narrow street to the depth of sorue 30 feet and cut off all comnninica tion between the portions of the city north and south of it. As n as an idea was ob tained of the extent of tho disaster the whole force of municipal police turned out to ren der assistance, ami a strong force of the mil itary assembled to aid in the removal of the debris. Fire bnike out almost immediately in some of the ruins, but the brigade, when aunimnned, kkiii extinguis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

if 0)11 SEA TO SEA. ron cunisi'S doMijiio!!. Talm Learned On 111 Irnoootliicntl Jonrncr. i. ttf thrill hart dominion from -- i-f.t-rd n Roma tTO .H - - . ..... ' .i.-f the text meant that ws to reign ow all the land (VttL, th Arabian tea nnd Caspian f"" Jetn the Ked and the T.n See. of between th h '. ... would have named them. It Jfroro ny large body of wateron the 'TnrI h.v'e. right ti re.,1 It: SjI.ii hsv ilonilnlon from the Atlantic Sltt ih" ra.Hflo Hea. My theme i. ?!r.f..r d! 1A , mtV'iwi.lT the Immensity of thin If It were only a small trai-t of nothing better than nn bi land rush BV with ahility only iP"rt prairie V" . . 1,1 M.,t liava ninrh enthusiasm in V ' . i....t o have it added to Ills do- Tfcln. But it immensity and affluence no SJnui li..Ki "". !" imniifrrant wagon ur r h or in rad train of th Lnion or tho .Northern Paclllc or the Can Pacific r tlie Houthern racifln, ha bai L.nrs1 lnv,"e "- iiii'rTi ST to rrM thin continent, and twice g niniiii-'. t - nave come to of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 September 1889

What a Comfort! NoDirtl NoFussJ No Back Ache! LASTS LONGER, LOOKS BRIGHTER, ir..t.c the Bhoo WEAR BETTER. Don'tl't l) women have all tliebesi thlnf , but WcIfi'sACMEsiacking ONCE A WEEK FOR MEN. ONC11 A MONTH FOR WOMEN. I find li a tip lop Harness Dreeelng. WOLFF& RANDOLPH, Philadelphia High - Pressure living chavracterlie these rnoilern ilny. The result it a fearful iorreaaa of liraln and Heart Dleea Clenernl Mo tility, InaomnlA, Paralysis, and In eanlty. Chloral and Morphia angrm-nt the evil. The medicine beat adapted to do permanent good in Ayer'a 8ar aapiirilln. It tmrirlea, enriclica, and viMlizcn the Mood, and thua atn-ngtlieiia very function and faculty of the body. " I have uaed Ayer'a Saraajiarillit. In my family, fur yeara. I have (omul it Invaluable aa A Cure for Nervous Debility canard by an In active liver and a low atateot the blood." Henry Bacon, Xenia, Ohio. -'For aoine time I have been troubled with heart disease. I never found any thing to help me until I begun...

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

h 5 l 1 ... V0. VOnim siniiBr..""'" '-"! 26. MlDDLEBtJllGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 3, 1889. NO 39. CHsftlES W. HANI. Cold Blood! lesllane Cruelly Murdered! ody Found Surrounded Lowing Herd of Cat-Thirty-six Hours Af ter The Tragedy ! Vho Did It ? BAM Or THK FATAL FIELD. WEST. LKV3 til (it blood, knife. . till tnliuiwi M-penclls. y. -.unit tive. r county has asniiu been made Ine of one of the inoht cruel B-blood murders in the his- Irime. The victim is Churl e, bou of George II. Hane of iuDum. The editor of the put the greater part of two me neighborhood of the durina which tiiim u-a uwa r kind friends in getting at om laets of the horrible af- are now prepared to give to era probably the most au account that will h nub. nor to thoarrebt, conviction mgin-up of the scoundrel Emitted the deed. y Hane watt a auiet. nna loved young man, who had Fuea maturity, and in con Jon of matrimony with Miss roHH, a most estimable young phauiokin Dam, was about jj ia the mercantile busi Sh the vom...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 October 1889

FOUIl KILLED. siXOTIIEK RAILKOAD SMASH-UP. Min.MdiiT collision on thi rbw yobi (K.1TRAL, Portion No. 1 of (ha fust Western express, lil h left New York t 6 o'clock, whih) standing mi the truck two tulle from Pala tine Hridge, wo run into am! telescoped by section No. 2. Tho steam-chest of the engine on tha fimt ncction had got out of order, ana tba train whs stopped to repair it. The brake man on (tie renr car immediately ran back ami displayed his rod lantern. He also placed torjicdo signal on the truck, but section I waa running so close behind that the locois tive dashed in sight before the brakeman bad gone three litindreJ feet. Th rails were slippery, as a dazzling ruin wax fulling, Engineer Hortli, of section No. 2, applied the air brakes mid reversed hit engine as soon ns possible, but the brake would not work properly, and the Incotno tive plunged Into tho rear of the tniiD abend. Pillion No. 1 was composed of a locomo live, a baggage ear, throe coaches, the slocjiei New Mex...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 October 1889

(J; 1 fSAMSONS.', : COAXED INTO SIN. x ARB Lvelllati ofilwrieieM Da, n, 1 heir "mii. '"I ,.,. nwth'iu hit mranf uw rvl'll " ' . .e. trill nirm I f i. nlf('t fill". "' "' thmw" I eV pre t.hu offered flwM1' of a giant! It would take m :y'T,;rrehit to picture Samson ma 1 . W most fmcil- wl r. ITmliHi to describe him. He u m "!,ri . ,hiM- the conoiioror and the da- . the niL'h of m mmiden. Ha wm 1 3r commingling of virtus and ,l,lh'is and the ridiculous; sharp ,;tI in I "URht fa the ' unerfl.-lal stratagem ; honest T1 J,ttl hi debt, and yet out ""i.mbliing somebody else to got the " iVTiIir tt ; a miracle and a selling; ilor J and a burning shame. sJ .t.i K .mln up above other . m.matain of fbsh; his arms bunched 11" that can I'ft th; Bat- of a city: 10 n mfitiKl defiant of armed men and Hi. hair had never lieen cut, 1 kJ.,I down In seven great plaits over jknaH'i adding to his fierceness and . nkiii.iiMiM want to conuuor r' nii-rvfore ther must And out where l-rst ''f hi" strength lies...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 October 1889

.vt OiY'VVT I ...... .JL "ll-l consecutive years. wereitnoi ior P yllUUUUUrflll 4i0St. thin remnant of trained lalor, which lid fant diBappearing, theasrriculturnl ruMiHbrd every 'lliursttrty. T- H. laARTER, Editor an! Prounetor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, October 3, 1880. For State TnKAtRF.n, HON. HKXHY KLINE BOYER, Of PHIL A DELPHI A. For Coustt Scrvevor JAMES MIDDLESWAUTH, tr ATMMfl TOWNHIIIP. ! Written fof the I'Drr. The Negro in the South. Cullman, Ala., Sep. '20, 1889. The negro in the domentic eeon. omy of the South has alwiiyM been leeognizeil ns oeeupying an inipor tunt place. In niite-lx lliiia days lie wan ho in terwoven into tho life of the family hh to lie nluiost iiiHcpernMc front it. It wns Aunt Lucy who hindied the cry of tho lirnt-Lorti in tho old mnn nion, nulled and often nourished him lit her own Lri'iird, noothed hi colics and iirlirs, taught him liin til Kt hteps, hin ltahy talk, and was even more interested in it than his mother ; in his childhood ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 October 1889

I I ) 1-3 emplo Lowmx. The boys are making ready to meet the army of squirrels that was mentioned in last week's Post. Tap Harden says, "Is this the way I must wear my hat now V hy V "Because it is a boy P Tl- d 1 n luoDumwy ocnooi pic-nic was a t Ir A V VIC cooL but the - p. ... AUC Troxelville band furnished excellent mUBlC. I notlreil linaa ilrnnimni. TIm - VHUII1UU V11U can blow the big drum just "ho gute as any inon. Ladies, do you not nnnroei'f n buggy more than a dog cart, in tak ing a pleasure ride T I would bv all reports. 'Sauire A. ft A. V ft llO linn ant An nna square meal RinPA nA linn loAti nl1 s be around from his spell of sickness, and that was on the evening after T,7uifi ra,M7 maae sausage, and had KSU-kiburp v. some for supper. M, .tamp snno irttrt pr hour. ti ll you can afford to own a horse p"1 "' nd bu nevcr Bllgtt any one be- TRghK trade eirea occupation to almiweause they have to walk. w w..mi bmbmv, ana ran j, j, Matteru has the best tiil.l of Ktw Hampkiiirs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 October 1889

t ... . THE MIDDLKftUKQlI TOST. T. II. IIAUTEB, Emi'H ard Pjio'iu miiiu:h' i;:, o:r. :i !.. Thn Sioux urn to be paid 51 1,000, (KM), r nKouta dollar and n quarter an acre for their lands. The example of capital juitiWimcnt is certainly rl'rriivf in oi.c way. The tintu mho in h:iMvr-il never commits another iminhr. For tlic J"r.t time since In.V.), (tcorgih has made '(ini enough this :i n to sup ply lw r ov.n wants, nii'l she will have be side a sniplm of a i..illiiin bu-hcls fur Silc. Till' i nntriii t f-r puflal cards fur font years t cotilt; calls for 2.(;iO.(Mll,(ill(l jwi'al cards, which will lie liianufai turcd at ii rust of !?(', dOl) in, il nil for .".Ml, 001). finri; llir iiitMihii'tiou of niatir ship mo f'lri of n gy;iit,.isiuiil bus lr en rcc ;ii:ril ;ii ii nn-isMty fir providing the k -Miii n w itli the proper amount of ccr rise, formerly found in the work nlofl. Dai h war-ship will row have ill? needed tIliiti.'e:iKMt.. Irocne inakox up about one-half ths st;:l? we M-ll ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 October 1889

are 889 rictvofl liinutioB oods. res, Les ove ids their iihinirw-' r llrekS liO vt ttyler resh tired to 1 John''0 Weduiss14'' THE LABOR WORLD. TBI colored barbers of Omaha, Neb., hart '?lwnv)t labor of. TMasnettrflOS.OrJt Jlns Stat last year. nh's first bate of cotton of ' J!JhUI.10ntper pound. .mmcn of Chinamen are going Into th complain of "pauper" com JJlonofUernianworklngmen. fT. p.-,. iMinn.) 0nen are) Inducing y snlouS to not buy after 8:30. -..mMD air It being lined a a BioUw to f c,Uw mnce- ,.Tix(i of workingmen Is an offense JSoithe North DakiJU Constitution. fourth convention of the American ration trill be held In Boston In Decern- "t.ionhM 7000 organiasd tailor. They j,t New ork tenement house work boy-cAtl- i ....n.ti. Tmltl U Pr '"" uuikiiuij -tha taS car work ta thiaceuntrv MjutTer before. a .11 factory which will give employ JI,i to ' operatives will be started at rick.tmrp Va. u. ttamp Wttera per hour. Th ml York I'ortofflr la trying a machine that Kdh.S4.i0 per hou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 October 1889

THESHOE ERUSH GONE KM t&za mix t ' .K : 1 1 C .J" J, ft , I u ' - ' I won't miss it, for I have long .!i:ce adopted an easier and ..Ic-anlicr way. A bottle of Wolff'sMEBIacking .ui J a sponge to keep my shoes washed clean, save a deal of l.tbor and shoe leather. Sold bj Shoe Btona, Oroc.ra, Druf flats, . The best I larncss Dressing in the world. WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia. 'Try Ayer's Pills" r Itlicumatism, Neuralgia, and (lout. Msphen Lansing, of Yonkers, N. V., t : " Hecouuueniled as a cure for c hronic Cottiveuess, Ayer's Pill 1 . n . telieved me from that trouble ami al.-m Jnim tiout. If every victim of this ill a would heed only three word of "lit from tlic lain!. 'e 'Try Ayer's . ruin bIoii. i .i lit t jr of rheiiinii . .ilbled me scmiuI months, itiese I'll I are at once linriiili and effectual, ami, I believe, woiiM prove a specific in all cane of iiiciji-nt Rheumatism. No medicine could have nerved inc in better stead." C. Hock, I'm tor, .tvoyolles 1'arinh, La. "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 October 1889

A J) immhrM w sua .feW If wtm VOL 26. MIDDLEBU11GII, SNYDER CO., PA, OCTOBKH 10, 188J. NO 40. l A VI 41 II 1IU 1 4 sgjsnz. vsat5f ww,- -v-;4aXis 1 - m. I T X A w f ""V zmmrnm mmmm . ' CHARLES W. HANI. ilaieMrti! ft Martin Deitrich AL Arrested ! HE ARREST! Jme Facts and Circumstan ea which lead to it -His Protestations of Innocense. 1 Writ of Habeas Corpus ut and a Hearing Granted Ivihr (mint v in iiurelv aimoul- II and licr citizens comprise tho I ill fitnuc th, their nous ami iitiTs the large majority of her ns being native born, and fine, free from the eontuiniuu influences of that foreign eh? i ... i wlncli constitute tllO lltllHSCS ur mining and manufacturing i'ts, hence tho universal desire nv who killed Chill ies W. IIuuo ti) rid the community of thin til other desperados. We are 1 to publish tho facta and oir tiiMces which brought about i i-ivst of Martin Deitrick. They liiciimll.v these : was suspected of crookedness portlier occasion : the time and when and where the traged...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 October 1889

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