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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 October 1889

ELECTIONS. VOTES IN FOUR NEW . STATES. TIOM IS WASIItXOTO, VOSTANA ASII TH DAKOTA. Returns received st the heatTinarter of th R.-piillicit Htite Central Committee In dioste tliAt the Constitution hue Wn adopt jb.tTery heATy majority. It Is certain joth.1t tlie KepuMicans have elected their si :f ticket, Keptiblican Representatives In Conpre", ami l"rJt majority of member -fthca'o Legislature. Thurston County shows a heavy Increase (f to(l Tote and goes Republican by 30O to n Kin? County Is reported to havo elected the whole republican ticket, except Super ior Juit. I" reKe ,ue vo,e is vcl7 heavy, irJ lurK" 5 Constitution and Repub lican ticket. Clark County reH)rts a lare tiij 'rity for the Constitution and Republican Halftlie vote of Festtl la thrown fof Olrmp a fr the capital. Nearly the v. hold ',"w f the Slate north and west of Olympia, ,i,y: afiull vote at Ccntralla, Is also for Olvmpia. Tierce Is about evenly divided be twWn Olympia und other points. Olympia (srrics most of th...

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. — 10 October 1889

She PMtburgb lost. PuLlishfcl wry ThunuUy. T- H. HARTEHiEiiiuranilProiiriclor. Subscription 1.50 per year Thursday, October 10, 1SS0. FIB STATK TllKAKCREIl HOX. HKN11YKLINK BOYEH, or Philadelphia. For Cor ntt Surveyor JAMKS MIDDLKSWAitTH, or ADAMU TOWNSHIP. Ingersol and the Soldiers. It in well to ownHhioiiftlly recall tho Htinin ilnjH of tlio war of the rebellion. To the old HoMiern, lu-gei-Hol's prt-ut upeeeh will bo read with uo more intercut than will be given it by the Sons of Veterans, and the thousands of young men that lmvn become voters since the war. Ueml it in the home eirele uuil if the boys want a declamation for the school room, nothing is more iinnronriiite. It is an extract from a speech delivered at a soldiers' re union ut I mliiiiiiilMihs in ls,ti. Here it is : Tin- past, as it were, rises before me like :i dream. Again we are in the Ktruirirlc for National life. We hear the sound of preparation, the iniisie of the boisterous drums, the siher voices of heroic bugle...

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. — 10 October 1889

till' on e. Is to tliR" Llm T no Ei ...... im.ril thy fir: ,. . ino - - - ....an m ir i'ik'II "t K' '..; (iir one natlonor for ..it thai - r ti,rt wile of jrood or forth f, - . nU seal" or a larK. nt ?"'"-., en all Wano, ana par. 1 ill ? w . n.inr. the conaucnfr. -..'.ml. Aw""" . - , ... u. on an imbuu, city that nil Island, and par niii' " m on an 1,1 ,; - " ' "I. . M l th.nt to ti,ii Ixwn. '", i .k, "".; - tr on the maintain. """- v ?' ,r and lit"'", . , 1,1. U tUelKIBUU. lr,H . .., of the city it built c"U!,r""i. on "BU M Hut bit mlliUury g.nluij i r 3 r am . orlil'iFnlr ' Another su xprwrition: l monetary ww o niirimrf-l In all their UvisV F people from otr Increased harm of religion, lin they come here advantage) of .l r rtZ ,f th.t part of rulem ami HM- vjVfcW to tho utAte i'TKA hm. Although Kpisoopnlian; chilli we Mart YOt .n f-ft'tr-r? Wril ton anil lri U,PM, a 'i ilirt lintiit! Hantll k. ('hi. tt. f I T Mr ltn air lit. in., ! wHtr- "nni k ti (arm fi.t t'Jw rrt.Mith I n htn-...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 October 1889

FOIiTY LIVES LOST. A TERRIBLE RIVER ACCIDENT. fill llil.RU(r TIIK STF.A M F.R 10 BO 5 A ii tu tiorroM oit. BLEW The steamer Corona, of llie Ouchita Con ol (dated Line, left New Orleans, for the Ouchitarivcr with a full cargo of froinlit and good lint of passengers. She exploded her boilers ut False river, nearly opioslte Port Hudson, causing the loss of the steamer and about forty lives. I lie Anchor Line steamer I itv (if St. lO-.ii. Cunt. James O'Neil. M near by, and with his crew and boats sated many lives. The surviving passengers and crew e taken on board by ("apt. O'Neil, and verv kindlv care for by him and hi crew. dipt. T. C. Sweeny, one of the owners, who assumed command on the death of Ca. Hl.inks, nays the explosion was not duo to a too high pressure of steam. Ho had nst liad iK.ra.4inn to examine the gauge and Is pos.tivc there was not a pressure of morn than (suunls. Tliohoat hud a moderate Cargo. Hie was in midstream just below the Ininling at Arhrnth, and hud just whi...

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. — 10 October 1889

I i WORLD'S FAIR. 'rEi;rixKNr9i;oaF.sriov-. i-.a-e Tell How It May no j,t(,,.tloBl meaning. ll" 7,,,1-irr.iwHl when be found no iMifnl fan fair." Eze L tvH- 1 . iB 0 fforxU or for the Mr ' -i on a small scale or large .,ui'"'" .iv. for one nation or Mr , ' ,r 0,11 x I Zt brings us to the fain of .L.I la nnw Mfini ',yr.l 1 ?"!'.? nn au Island, anil pari ,-t.if "'." , At,nnilrr. the eonouerer. II ftllM. 1" . ' . - ' . of .1 1 1 Y wits " 1 ' . - . k ,.r l ' i J . i : ...ii:i ..i t- ..... JMH. Hill Ills Illil"J H'-mun k fc"1. lie balked. Having marched t . ih ben' h, he ordered them to f .raltt.i the i..l.n.l .n.l thm. 'ihicitT on i"' cpv ,t.'r and build causeway two to the Island. Ho they kTL.iTart nf the city which was on the ,h uUilh it built a causeway of f"1 I l.rtt k and stone, on whlrh hie rlr i. the eanturenf that part of ' .h'.h a th" l"lflT", " tnoush cl' .r v rtonld r"t Brooklyn Into the htti n ,rrh tntha canturo rBrrv''k- Tl't Trri,m . ,u"ewy Which yicauiirr ai hit ,t,il the...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 October 1889

,-iDv -II . 1 tnnortliTn mn-r Vnf-ro.rnd Tr r I i J f-" but I ;i tJtH I. ' i f K.th ti . I lirttovtl it. ,,- Tr i - -1 . , n, I fttrn . at- Vi firl that TD . tlii. re 1 ""d ,i n. -p, rl n 'm.1. Ya birtt cti ;i 1 ?-.'.! fit ,Lrt ti :i f r tHrj ar jc f.r-.ctvJ tlin iiofk of .tiui f r if tn-uM-. Ywr f Athr and I Jwj 1 mn Ui f I . Y urin: uiiivhiw, a wsv I i ! .'I-!; rir ;irvi' an l V'inornronflrir r icr.i.ri n t)ca. rioh black ut.tre - lami n Mk. jwi m I., n '. i nf .'ml AC'JR Blv !:ii wtt'i tn otbsc. fiu.il 1 l 'i" :t.a-r Ofvnn. UntTWN . Trr f yof H imu. V.31FF (4 RANDOLPH. PHiUDLlFMl no Ml WL01 Silt u acXing The Old Doctors Drvw l.loo.l, iiiodorn doctors cleanse it j J.i'tire the int-rcasml demand for Altera tiwa. It is how woll known that most ilivasrs rvo ltif, not to over-abundance, Tmt to impurity, of tlie Blood ; and it equally will attested tliat no blood iio-ilicine is so efllcacioua at Ayer's 4Sara:tiaiilla. " One of my cliildren had a large nor lircuk out cm tlie leg. We app...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 October 1889

1 Oq. OoDimUionen. VOL. '6. M1DDLEBURGII, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBKR 17, 1889. NO 41. rtut l!it fi oa Mil :lou3, 0 .Mr' VifTM .. - ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Xli,.y nn tho rage Deibert's new fine lino of underwear at 1. 51. ShiH-h's. opposite depot. ., ....1 won ii line lino of fancy ftripetl dress Koods at P.M.Schoch's rposite depot. BuytovrH of home dealers and hfnl'i1 .vou wnn r,Pll'r" 'or them KHiran gi't thctu at price that don't . ruble the original rout oi ine stove. CbivrlcH, a fourteen year-old Hon (John Hummel, while gathering i i .r.ntH nn Wednesday, fell from uro"" - - - - - kfenre and broke his left arm at the rit. rw R.ioiiftMtiel helft der Polly 4w ounebutsa de woch un is tsu biHsy u nhnva. on arc lavenuicn uor- bcooiueJ don shrined are una wid- rJenaxt woch. CoL F. P. Drinker ot Bloom sburg, : Dr. A. II. Smith of Beaver fpnngx, tuo two cherub (without .nniwere to see us yesterday. Full iirtioulnrs next week. i S. HasHiuger, a Snyder county i t, is now agent for tho est lr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 October 1889

FINANCE AND TRADE. TT1IE CONDITIO OF BUSINESS. VNrAKAM.ri.RD ACTIVITY I.V AM. IXOCKMOr l.COITIMATt TltAt'K UCPUHrKD. R. O. Inn it Co.'s HVeWjf Urriew of Traitt fays: The (iovernmcnt report wu Very encouraging, lut tl.e loss of gold by the (Emit foreign banks over tl.lno.iMiby Eng land, tl.OOO.onO by (icrmnny an. I M.'jnO.OOO by France was large enough to Increase ) prehensions nf monetary pressure. Ijirge shipments went from Loudon to Uruzil and Eypt. These two opening In tl uctic.-s ruled the markets during the week Crnj nre Urge anil busi ness heavy and the commercial outlook most favorable, but money is comparatively close, nd there ii a iossibility thut it may be closer yet, At New York, thin f.ir, there lias been no increase, but rather a relaxation of pressure, and for.-in exchange is unal tered since Ust week. The outward move ment nf products is large, tho exports Imiii New York for two weeks exceeding Inst years by 10.7 per cent, w hile the increase in Imtxirts is but 3 per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 October 1889

:1L- THE SAVING LOOK- A0LIM1MB BKYOND TUB OATES ,1,0 fe Which th Ite. Dr. "JHVni(J ' Jri? Hobrewi ?! the Christian life we mint not go slip t ' , Thj, wurl.l wn not made form to rout I. in timonf war you wtu "no around tne ITrtt. t nvn in soldiers' uniform, who hnvo ZJ, -h still thi V nro lioliesuy mm ngiiioousiy thi'v but 1 have to tell you that In thfs !wiVi.'.n conflict. Itwwn tlm flint moment t'1"" l.,rt1iA ItminiT of Christ. whin we i .n,t the last ntnmcin m wim-u mi'm. n.., i rv there never will lx a single Instant JIT.lif. h wo will hnve a right to I o.T duty. v. throws nil nroun.l thin Christian life tho last moment In which we shout tho i...t throws nil arounu mm . iu isunu im '". t the old Homnn and Urecinn "mL-ihow game thn eont a man on a P" Tilth a stretch of norvo - i.. Hint. sometime, when ml eAtlll' III to tho goal, ho dropped I...I...-1I liUlnrv tnlla A,.., fXllllusiisi. . ... ..., no,i U'hiirA mnn ranin tin Ll cnlv had Ktr- ncth Just to grasp tho ral ami thon fnlt ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 October 1889

rulilislu'd vcry Tliurmlay. T. H. BARTER, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, October 17, 1S8!. For State Tkeahi bkr HON. HKXIIY KLINE IJOYEK, or rHlI.ADF.I.l'HIA. Fob CorsTT Ki'rveyor JAMES MIDDLES WAHTH, or A DA Ml TOWNHIIIP. Wrlitciifiirtlip Von. A Trip to Southern Battle Fields. After the rloHinir I'Xncim-M of tlio (I. A. H. KiieainpiiH-nt nt (Jottyn burtf, I in roinpany with dipt. Aim tin Curt in ami Dr. Theo. ChriHt, lxth Hiirvivorn of the 41, 1. V., utart 1 for the Historic Itnttln field o South Mountain ami Antietant Cliunu'ini: nun lit iettydiir,: Junr- tion wo Warded tin lminlHunie am couifortnMo nils of tlio C. V. It. It. passing through tin1 ('iiinliciliiiul Viillrv oiu of the most lirutiful in lN niihvlviiniii. Tlio towns of Cur lisle, (Jieell-Clistle, NllippellHllllltf ami ChiimliciKliiim lciniiiiled iih o tin-ut hives of industry. The hitter w li it-li wus almost destroyed ly the K. lids in 1sr,:t, has Wen leluiilt nu is prosperous. We were s...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 October 1889

z 39, .iM IS, eg mi liioi'' es U(CC" ill at- t Dam. The last few 1 Is I bought the Post, and, while l.litwilh inttreHt I wondered . was no one from thin . ,irrPnnoiul for you. Now rtotiM me for writing a per letter, hull we new. from all 0Trrtle eounty-evrn ,ru rtli and. piJ .. . T it the home of Ex-Shcr- li.llliHwarth with whom I board- " . i: I in IIia tl t ...1. tl.A. Maj il Low wen, uw "'" est The lowest well here in dug ".i'l fKi.loofold Uncle Fred- "v Hott.nsteiiiM cellar audits water devoted to the use oi huhkiuk " , ni of oM barrel and then M to people lnftko tl,om funiiv Tlmt turnip wry m one but Mr. Kitter on Hellen street ruined twenty eight mi par uu,,,kiuM on one stalk the smallest .:..,;!? 18 nounds and the largest 5 I saw them wnn my own eyrs. Wb plenty of news most of the ;,. and when there isn't, get some vl fellow to write, you such stuff - . . . ... , . Join Wilt b girl vl uanvme, is vis- UDff Willi JOIlll H lllll'Ulil uu " n clover. a Annio Jlessermen i spemi t m...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 October 1889

THE MIDDLE i JUKGII TOST. T. II. HAUTER, Kdmob akd Vuo'r. Miinu:iici:a, ct. it. is-.i. China hs r ecntly in'aoti.itrd n loan in Hand u;? f li'iO.OlMl.llO'l. Tin- ('cll'stinls ire siirriy j;ft l if: y; m 1 1 1 inicd if not civ Ui.i'il. li will !" i o:H."'."t t many tiinM per mil to Irl.ii iiiii r l!i;:t deat'ts I V liiili:is in this count n, avci .;-r .nly about mie in n million i f tli.1 ". u'litii'ii annually. In v i i : t i i will r. .;.!. this mi'Siy, but can lull . ivc en; if ihl.cil.lit V. l:i a I. i i-1 - ill chi".. testify, a I .n b r .liiliiM:.- f mi'' man. and V tut' s wi le c.v.c 1 1 1 1 v 1:1:1:1 I'll' di:.-. case 1:1 1 3 r : 1 . . . t I w hen- c- :-apu wire l iii.'. I in to ! i.-r ktl.M'ni'll llll'lll out f il the 1 ht li signed hv in l .1 IV likt ,,.d .f ili" signa ls il ii'il fr.l if I. t v. il C THE WOHD AND THE PE3PONES. Om nir.n has n m-'Atn to deliver, Lnhoi-s till ho aives Ma'thous'.it a nnnii. When tpn thousand ihiinh lifstrt throb und llliV(T Ami I'M' toward his...

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. — 17 October 1889

FlJ!.L-FLF.nrtED CITIZEX3. :rf'A ...wiiit.mM. 'i,i.,trn (Commission hat ,,ikinn of the important work don ..r.,mnii',n ":U,,: i miitry,eco4 a small reservation .J,flrc)ll" "J, ' Th.resflrYatlori !iPrfn !..,...;. rr,nnnnticut In fl-urcs .. Inrliiiln " " ' Tlia M.He I.ca ceiled all their ., wch w f he 1 . . in acveraltr. 'J ho ff.rhit'i.ms of all these Inliaas have now . i ...i.inr tho nccotiatious cotu will lo compelled ke lands " ... .i.iioftlie St.ito. '.C tan'.l are to be appraised and sold at .. .1.1 liin which U . I-J tllS'l ,lle I'l"""'" '"' ' , ', Uii.ls not low than 13 per 1,0 0 feet P"" .!. I.....U ii.ii nor ,,Ini.:ii aim lU-iw conversant with the plna of lrf.,.,n e tiiimte that His worm not icss fciMW0ii. All the money received ll''1' ' . . . 111 i la) gfier (ic.iuruon i'tnw, win u J in the Treasury of the United States, llrtr interest at 3 per cent, jx irBo ynr . nili Iii siicnt for schools for Ltn4iinsn.tt.ald them In agricultural T K, All the IDilians are very mitiuui 't...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 October 1889

The Sponge Is Mightier than the Brash. conajfter THROW AMY THE SHOB BRUSH and CLEAN If yom M WoiH'sACMEBIacking 3j women time fjnon! il( cif Aura tf, and III mat ctpM to. Ilpretirvca the leather and glrei trl! hunt polish. Wafmndnuwliptnita iur;'y i.i rtt a Cuck'i back. Men' th'-a ore dewing ONCE A VEKK wjincn' once month, lhat'e all. worm tryinje. Un i It? It b o ib b ,?IV llj f.r ham,oa whic j It Lt 1 UK tE MONTHS. WOLFFdRANDCLFH.PbiUdoiphi. "Try Ayer's Pi!!c For Klieiiinalism, Ncimil:'i:t, nn.l i. Stephen I .Busing, of Yonkerv N. .. fnyg : " Hecoiiiiueiiilcil ns u u ' l' Chronic C'ostlveiie,, Ayer' Pil'... t.-i Tflii-vrd iimi from t!i:it trotihli ntnl from Sout. If every victim of flii- i!i u woultl lx'i'il only three, umiii i I nt from tin' Intnl. i 'Try Ayct '. 'a Pill n!"ii". I ntly t f rlii-tMiiu-.IiIimI Iih- m'vrti'l month. 1 lll-Ht I'llls llle Ill Ollie Iniriiilc ml effecttml. iiinl. I believe, would prove Kocilif in ult ccua-n of iiuipniii Rheumatism. No medicine) rottlil ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 October 1889

t Co. CommlMioDcn. VOL. MIDDLEBURGII, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBFJl 24, 1889. NO 4'i L.Hl iK4l I 0" . , .ilk ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Item! Cbesnutts "Guilty Man." The latest out Deibert's new pbotos. Children's fancy caps nt P. M. jfchoch's opposite depot. Persons in need of turnips can bve their orders filled by Joel Groha. Leave orders at the Port printing office. Geo. S. Snyder of McClure, de irea to inform the people of the We4 End that ho will pay the high M cash price for calves over four weeks old. Hon. Louis E. Atkinson, our pres ent efficient Congressman, is com ingtotlie front as a possible can dulute for the candidacy for next Governor. He would make a suc- ppHful run and ft good Governor. In the five old states New Hamp shire, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Inland and Connecticut in wlmh elections were held this year on constitutional prohibition, 435, .103 votes were casi for and 717,901 isahiHt prohibition. Success in life is tho result of push aiul energy. If tho bloo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 October 1889

ItEVIEW OF TRADE. THE IKON TRADE IS HEALTHY. oet i rrjusn, m-t mix nsouoit ros coMMEiuitL Hrr.na. R. O. Dun Co.'a WrrUy Reriru-of Ti n . anys: As iH-fore, tho money market is the one point of anxiety. Rates nre higher, but perhaps apprehension has somewhat liven ed, as the senseless cry tlmt the pressure was only ti)aiiiulntl has given placo to more rational understanding of the reality and consequent limitations of Die de mand. At Now York the outgo to the interior still continues. The country till calls for money largely, but reports from nearly all Interior centers of supply show (bat tlx? supply Is considered ample for rum. niercial nenls. At Philadelphia customer re supplied at 0 to 7 per cent The volum of trade continues largo, bunk clearings ex ceed lust year's, ruilroud earnings are en outraging and east-bound shipments from Chicago are heavy, Cleveland notes activity iu all lint, with smuU sales of ore because unsold supplies are scarce. Them is little activity in coal at I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 October 1889

m .1 i BAPTISM OF FIRE. 6KAHCHIXO AMOXO TUB RUINS. Jalmsge Tel In the Lessen of the De. traction of the Tabernacle) f j-cxT: ".Viiw of thttt thing more me." fccts xx.. The Hov. T. T)e Witt Talmage, 1. n., nrrachH fit ttic llrooklyn A-adoiny of Mil tic his first srrmon atvr the destruction of the Uncivil Tala-rnncle by fire. 1 1 in au dience waa'of vast siso, nd public Interest waii extraordinary. The opening hymn was; 0t move In niTrlnn way Ilia iriiniirn to perform. Di-i-Unta 111 footsteps In the sna. Ami rlilo uixm the storm. Pr. Talnmge ' subject was "The Pnptlsm bf Kir' and ho aald: Hnt, Paul, have ymt not enough affliction tonmve von? Are you not mi exilo from your native land? Vt Ith tho most goiilnl and loving nntiir, have yoti not In order to Ixi free for missionary Journey, given yourself Jo crlihacv? Have you not turned away from tl" maguitleent worldly suoeosse that would have rrowned Tour Illustrious genius Have you not endured the shni-p and at inking neuralgias, like a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 October 1889

he pbWeburgJj post. I'uUiHhovl every Tliinnday. T- H. HARTER. Editor and Proprietor. Subscript ion 1.50 per year. Thursday, October 21, 18S9. For Statk Treasurer HON. IIKNHY KLINE DOYEK, OF I'illLADEl.riUA. For Cousty Si nvevon JAMES MIDDLKSWARTII, Or ADAMS TOWNSHIP. MASON & HAMLIN Okoaw ad PiAno (Jo. Boston, new York, chicauo. NBW MODEL OHUAN, HTYLE IK It. contains n five netnve, ilne Htun Action. furnished lu a liirifi nml linmlwiuip rnnn nt atilld IiIhcIc walnut. Price $'19 i Hxh ; aim) nnld (in the Kitv Hire System nt tm IT perfpiar- ter. fur ten quartern, when nr Kim im'nmpit property of per win uiriiiK. Political Pointers. We lnunt get down to work and hard work nt onco. While the out look in favorable for a Republican victory, y't the Democrata are strangely confident, and the indica tions ure that they are currying on u hhrewd "utill hunt." We cannot afford to be caught napping. We ui o now on the honic-Ht retch. Election day November 5th is on ly a few days off. Much wo...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 October 1889

s mm l ihmi Mrs. PillurJ win luoed on ,.niuii'l. She stated that for say ir.,ieh:illeen Inliiuiiln with Har jn l tli.it when her husband pro ptinito .Mrcr county tby con- ;iein irlef, tlmt tliey niltfht lira l-y!.ni',w nnii urge I me to leave ti y 'm.lif i et witu liim, said a' c, it be provnJ tho murder, say iir r mv b iIi.:iI w out of tlio nay ! rvtit (lie fa-tn and wo would then if up m it. rnK i"R 1 1 1 fc trtti:n. iilit Ix-fure the ninnlcr he ctitnn to ! borrowed my liu-li.i'id's una; IirH"'1'1 "hunt the shouting. 1 at n the ni'vt nlK'ht ho would en M ati'l in;ikn the lietn cackle, and bitli' reii' was heard I should have ml investigate. In ths m.-aiitinie ii hide in the big cherry tree an I bo iu. On tlio nftenio m following vlihf cm and it had bjon fixed so ,tt)oir. nitfbt I heard the noise in the op in J awakened my husband M n.l taking the gun went out into Mlowi'lliy myself and our ion. i be lantern. When we reached tha dim there was something In If. the lantern from me ho...

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. — 24 October 1889

THE 3HDDLKBUKQ1I POST. T. U. 1IARTER, Emtob ahd Pno'n Mitii.k!;rno, vi.. oct. imi. Australia i h grc.it country. Two ncwspnper turn nre. cli!'f justices out tllCP'. llladslone :it t ril m t Ms long life ami wonderful lii'.iltli in a great incisure to absolute rest on til" rahh:ith. The httr r accompanying Mr. Edison' gift f '.'tiot) to tin- l'.ii is t-liaril ! was ii gia'ious bit nf composition, rui'l grcutly pleased t!i"' French. Now Tors' Chinamen arc r olhi ting capital with which to Mart n bank in that city. We'll In- Inuring of I'hini'su cashier in t'.iuidi next, remark the HV. l.ltE'3 AFTERNOON. Donr heart, thi lay your hand in mina, We'll travol home togetW, We're pledtfed otir lore In lire's rare wine, We'te had dome day a'mol dirirv. Some clouds and nlocmy weather. AVhon first we joined otir eager feet We sang a sadder chorus, We senrce took time, our hope fc greet We rilslimlnur joys in haste to tnoet Tho world of cure Ix-forc in. Hut now, liir heart, ymt hanJ in minn, Wc'...

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