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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 November 1889

i i STAK1EY HEARD FROE j Important PiscoYCf iW Made trjr lliill in tno nar vwiuiuvut. His Hardships the Sercst He jias liver iiuuuiou IIKMIY M. fTANMCY. The Tint Mi ('me-ul ut Zanzibar, rn the jjrtiimrtof Afrii'a.hna recciveil tho follow. i; cuiitiiiiiileiition from Explorer Henry y slimier, who in on lua return rrom tno fiKliti"ii into the Interior of tho continent : "iirhVAXSTATIOX.MrWAI-WA, Nov. 11.1s.'. 'irr.r Sir We nrrivetl here yestenlay on the tlftv-llfth lny fnun Victoria Nyanza nn.1 the lthdBy from the Albert Nyaiixtt. W'a nunilter altogether about 750 wml. At thtt l"t imifter, threw duy ago, Eiuin Pacha'! Jeilit numbered '.'t4, of whom Mi are rhiMren, montly orphan of Kgyptinn nlHecr. The white with mo ire Lieutenant mnir, Captain Nelum, Moiintencv, J ephsoti. Surgeon i'nrke, Will iam bonny, Mr. Hoffman, Kmin Pacha mid hiitlnn filter, Cai.tain Cttsatl, Hipnnr Mareo and a TiinWan, Vitn lliuwitu, and an nimtlin mrv. Wn have also I'cre ill an It nnd Scliinre, of the AlKenan ...

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. — 28 November 1889

A II to l si ,h Htl a l.v ti'ii vox brr. Kt int I'l'U ,1m t, n A en nil. pl'l'l nil- (lir aire i: (Hll lll'lll (ion, in ll Eng as llusi A .INl'O 1'ran way i Hi run fjrott. TIl.'V and li or raj Ml v il.vli l'i ii ; M'tl , ! vti. "1 l'K' t ho uHn th.it New tlOt u !.t t. IIlN claims ilar to tower 08 -I have year pr to ut t tlio rich city, wl grand a Ullll OV' Tho Ma ernmcn scheme, vor it ho citi.ous t AM ZcSLA HAPPY! Jfp lh mr livmtnro la. I bee throws awef mf oid n'.iwkln Braab,aad aea toy oid D'.iwlrtn fin ;-Gi.'r r" i BOOTS AROR. tii'JSi ,l'lr.uh.an4l .( , .... N4f I J , i. ir 'im. i. Every Household Klioulil liava Ayer'a Cherry JVi-toral. It Mivr tlinnaamlA of livre aniitiiilly, ml l ii-cullnrly cfflrarinim in Croup, Whooping iikIi, uihI Sort Throut. " Aftrran xtetiBlvc iartlrr of m-mly uif-tlilril of a century, Avit'h Clirrry ft-i-tornl In my cure for recent culiln niul (Mniirlm. I in:criln It, nml lielieve it ti fir the erjr liest expertoruiit now iiffcrcil to tlie fx-ople." Dr. ...

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. — 5 December 1889

y I . ' j . I v X I I s. L 26. MIDCEBUllGH, SNYDER CO., PA., DECEMBER 5, 1889. NO 48. ii . - i - Cull itiii h g tho finest rVsortnient Fino Plushes at roc at P. M. Institute Gleanings of fancy stand and hunuiAg lamps. I SchochV Soinnt hn.tr fine for ChristnW at P. E(1 ower ()f Kc M.Sehochs. friends here lust week. IS of LOCAL INTEREST JJ "Does Chesnutt lie !" pro your fine-photos at Dei- gallery. latest out Doibert's new 1st style in bats at P. M. tzborirer nays the highest rice for all kinds of f urs. i iler'B planing mill in up and a fino appearance. Ion Pick of Union county re- shot a fish-otter in white Creek. T. Grimm Esn.. last Thursday Kvo suuirrels. two rabbits, one tnt, and a wild-turkey. In of Qeorge Hornberger of lit. Pleasant Mills lust week a wild turkey gobbler that ed 28 pounds. re are many persons of a bu tious turn of mind who will )ay bills on Monday. There thers whoso superstition ex over every day in the week. a. Loisette'a Memory System luting greater interest t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 December 1889

THE MIDDLEiiUKGII POST. T. H. IIARTER, Knrron aud Pno'n. MJiiu:m i;ii, vi.. ikc. 5. iHM. There are ti') cottons mills in the South, c Tisuiiiin 2.).", 000 bitles of cot ton. It is announced that Secretary Blaine, in consultation with I'uitcd States Minis ter Ryan, has iirnci ged a comirch"tisivc plan for tho promotion of rccijirocnl tr.ulo between this country nml Mexico. Tho hitler Government will unquestion ably accept. Suicide ns a ri.sk to life decreases rap idly nftrr thr thirty -lift li year, nml the very old take their own lives ns rarely ns he very young. Under ten nml over verity years of ngc, suicide is extremely i.'itnl (akc.i.iii insigriliennt jdaco in ;ititical labUs. lVmerieiii nation uses more roiij " a than any other on tiie globe, p.je Knglish u-cs four jiotini'.s jut C W ( '' 'IV ' " s" ,,!'" 1 i over tim e pound to our live. f 1,",M least of nil. nml Hu-si.i beat It save an I Is ' 11 few 011:11 c. V.'hoopi - " Afien is coming more nr.il move fe.Torni V (:, f'"i".V...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 December 1889

V , 1 . ........ r- J TWO HUES. 5 AND LTX2T SUFFER. fOjrt.AnilATIO! irHTI A BMLMftd "njpniisp rim roo akd th vlamu ii-wt is cinKc-rioi . .., th city of show, wm r1stt4 thlCiTt' Hro In Iu history, and, with roaceptions, the con (I ration It th most romthat Iim everYisitod New Kng , The exception r the great Boston 1l)f 1ST i WlllUU UWUl'WWTH V yj,VTJ th of property, and the Portland Are of . . .I,-. nf hat arson tin Oil) Win1 11 U bw- v. - - . -, ,i,ndU-'.Olu.'"JU tht Are itrted at 11:55 . m.. raged orm hours, devastaton a square nine . . i . . . . i . . iha btltiilMS sociion ui mo cuy, 1 . ' . I 1 u . Ll cll'J ajininnitrj at nouut h m i). The greater part of th FourtH liflii wiK - 0lll M 'W tli important nwim'n oliKM ana pro-ninem jrrjof btuine. The fl ltJ ,a Mowera'a wooden linif on Alra nt street, over tue Doner, L.inr.l with it-.ch rapidity thit the lire InrtmiMit of the city was powerless to yvtti it Tim lare woolen building v noil dwinel and the flame) lvapel kt nsmiw pwaewsy t...

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. — 5 December 1889

1 4 I . 1 i .1 Hi n li' CO l.i- "X. Published every Thurmtny. T- H. HAHTER Editur and ProDnetor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, December 5, 18S9. OUR MAIL POUCH. Lowell. Nevn in nrarro anil of no import an re at this writing. KaiiHtiKo uiul buck-wheat cnkeH aro the rhief diet at preHent. A few iuii1(lle-wei(jht hog lmvo neeu killed. Ilobort Gohh one 350, Adam ISiuuiiKiirdner one 359. J. J. Steely of Miftlin county, Sun- dnyed with Homo ofhisohl frieudrt. Tine, your hent plan would be to have thone two young ladies to light for a prize, and the one that ran pull the most hair, and do the fastest scratching in the one to keep away from for you aro a little to short to handle that kind of an ani mal. Thanksgiving in past and gone, no sleigh ride and no turkey, as the latter roosted to high for me, and I am a poor climber after night. U. No. Tiioxklvili.k. La s t Thursday Isaac C. Swartz moved into Inn new house, and now occupies the hand somest residence of any living man. The ...

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

Bt. Ei.mo Hotku Nos. 817 & 819 Arch Strkkt, Phil'a. lute re duoed to f 3 00 per riav. The travel ing publics will still nnd at this Hotel the tame liberal provision for their comfort. It l located In the Immeill af centres of business and places of amusement and the different KaiU Wonld You Like to See Bomtlilng of n Very Exniptloiiable Chacrater If you would, go to The i lu I lenfrallrffloot ProoklT" Dl" T -che on th Well 111 ;mDc KoblMty of Dorrs Jamtisctm Hoad dr city, are .u Cum com pots, as well. All parts of tha Uf "Anil nil thr trMntra ntootl hu h are uaiiy accessible iv rtreei constant y passing the door. It Laaff, nnn w"'nnj in- ..... ...... im-i offers special Inducement to those visiting the city for business or pleas ure. Your patronage respectfully oliclted. Jo. M. Feger, Proprietor. Li, irAirl irv tnnne trntlc Hid traa. tlVi. " IX.. ow. rwtiann of Joppa: Improswwl its lam u r maiiie. tun lim i ever saw, anil sStore BANK NOTICE. 71 H I ,M J-im nm- A,tl tha irrwit ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 December 1889

CONGRESS. SENATE AXI) HoCsK ORGANIZED. CKKlt AT TIH OPKJIISU Tilt KEW IKXATOItt SWoll !!. There m little or no excitement attend iti); the opening of the. Fifty-first Congress in tlio Senate tide (if tho ('npitol. The public curiosity seemed to lie largely transferred to the House Hide. Several foreign deleat s to the Maritinu nil I'ati-Atneiican conference, und mini ber of ladies occii'iel seats in the diplomatic gallery. Sir Julian Pauncefote, the liritish Minister, and Admiral Kozenkotr, of the Itux-iin navy, were anions those present. Interest on the Hour win devoted largely to the Senators from the new SUtes. They bad Heals assigned to them on tlio Kopubll enn ride of the chamber. Senator (ascy, of North Dakota, took bin xe.it on the end of the second row against the north wall. Di rectly behind him sat the Washington Sena tes, Allen mid S piire, while IVttigrew nnJ Moody, of Smith Dakota, were In the fourth riw, near the renter of the room. Senator Tierce, of North Dakota, has...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 December 1889

V -T V ?i t. 4 ' i J ' 1 TadIaGE IN JOPPA. IioblHr or Pore. "Ami nil Ihr wdWs ntoxl hy him ..A nhnwinrt th ronl ami ant 7, hit lnrm tntiil while h wnt tkrm. - An i-. rtrtiana of Joppa! Impressed a I am TnUf tnOpi". melon . t'i met I m Willi me im i mat jour iinr- fptll will' n ine onie i ci uiMiit-iH ImiMnl. Momon's oxen drawing the throtltfll Wis "rj mini n hid I,, Jerusalem, nothing ran make fwcot t int turn Joppa wm nit Ii, ''I ""'"K - IH J I.V the pr of all succeeding agne in U The illsasiers vi jour mmi wiien f ))(altflMll M't 1 OH IIITIMI .nM.T.Ml jrf hun-lred prisoners miwwrwl In hNirn'io'i iniiiim uiBKa iiiv loiifi "... t ..mi k.ii. nf ftf. 0 inr new unKni" . v ... ,ntur,( ws Miirwu in una w-nn uy with her needle embroider- ,T nam IncfTaeeably In the beneficence wr-rlil- 1 see ner mwng in yoimer In th doorway, ami around inmt are the pais iacoa oi me Hhr listens to uieir piaint, ana larir woe, she make garment h adjusts the mannratumt arti- put IM" lorm oi mis nivalin ,n4 to...

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

Sweat-Groan-Growl. What ttu ri le to txpected of tha old laihioned way of blacking tha ettonf Try the new way by uiin( WOLFF'S Acme Black-in ud the dirty Uik acUaala' leaaur. carrauwr Wolff'sACMEBIacking REQUIRES NO BRUSH. Sheda Water or Snow. Shod can be waihej etn, requiring drauing only once Week for no, one a Month tt women. Il k aim an Elegant Harataa Oraaaing. WOLFF 4 RANDOLPH. PhUadtlpbiai REASONS Why Ayer's Sarsaparilla is preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases. Iv-i ante no poisonoiia or ilcleterlouit iijrTeillenta filter info the composition o( Ayer's Ssraaparilla. Ayer'a Suraaparilla, cnntitina only tlte pureat ami moat effective remedial prupertiea. Ayer'a Ssraaparilla la prepare l with extreme ram, aklll, ami clcanllm-aa. Ayer'a Bnrnnparil'.a fa prescribed by trailing physician. Ayer's BaraapnriUa la for sale everywhere, and recommended by all fliat-cIuHS druggist. Ayer'a Saranparilla la a incilirlne, and nut a beverage in ill(?ulse. Ayer'a Karaaparilla ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

, is 5 ,rit ..(' MA illa rl- KfeW 4SftV-Kis UHf&k ' fi KOL, 20. HEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Rml "Does Chesnutt lie t" finntzberger pays tlie highest nr. fHeland a lul of 12 broke i .ui rm at the wrist in a fall on jurmUy evening of last week. r lave this woek added a new ... ,rrcfiix)inlent from Sehnsgrove. !e in good one. tr..rMv.ln Dorn loft this week iwiiil the winter with her sinter, L Miller in Baltimore. n.o rWroville hunters last Sat- nUy returned from a week's hunt n, Seven Mountains witn a lour- m imv - - Lng buck. v e nave not learned ho ihot lnui. APeniiH township butcher recent- hot a bull twice in the head that oozed out of the bullet- Its and Htill the beeve refused to 1. a ITolfrirli. Mihh Keiirns Mioa j Raver Springs, ana jnsses nosa re and Rhoda Vanzandt were lcomo cullers at our omco on Mon ti. Hurry Miller'of Jackson township, it a wild turkey on tho farm of Lid 'Wetzel one day last week bt weighed 17 pounds'.' 'Aunt'' Maria Stahlneckcr of Mfburcu fell on Thursday ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

- T " DEDICATED. THE GUAM) I ST IS THE WORLD. MIUCATtoft Of run mo' rw TMRf'K tflLMO. Ihii.Lak ofxuatio sTiuc-niir.. An audience i'f .',(' iej.lo and nn i ut iite assemblage of 1 ,tt) out Kai-tic spcctn tor witnessed tlic dedication cf (lie largest ml grandest operatic structure in (hu world t lie C'li irni Auditorium. Five thousand electric lights illuinitiat.il the lutortor of the Colossal stttnturc to tin- brightness of nomi' day, uml tli'- thousand incandescent border lights of varied color tluit hung over the stage, tho miigtullcoiit proscenium nn li and in :im rn ; li organ, the grand foyer iiinl carved in thorny pillars, tho liutid-Mitni'-t row of boxes known to decora tive urt, combined with the presence of one of the mint li! i ntii rttn I mi l t-rit ii-itl audi nice in America, rendorc 1 the occasion tru ly one long to he rriiH'inhered hy the ipiocii of the cvelliiu Ma lunio Adelin.1 l'Htti, thu sovereign of song. Four years ago Ferdinand W. Perk mid a large iniliihiT of o...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

r TIIE IIULY CI1Y. It W A SYMBOL OP IIEAVKV nf. TalmasT reaehe an l:ioo,aent 8ernion JernMlem. Tltvr "JeruMltM, Jerumtem f Matt. put.. This r jelnmatlon burnt from Christ's lip Me rum in sight of this great city, J. athoii)ti things have marvelous!? T?;.,.,) who ran visit Jerusalem to-day th.'ut bavin ita mighty past roll over on ,, ordinary utterance must give place STine exclamatory an w cry. O Jeru I2,m, Jerusalem ! Uisanpolnted with the iMt Land many have been, and I have kMnl r ' f riMiiln say that their ardor about T-rl places had been so ilamismed that (J,, wire sorrow they ever visited Jeritsa EL Hut with ma the city and ita surround Lparo a rapture, solemnity, an over whelming emotion. O Jerusalem, Jcrusa un,' The procession of King, conquerors, miwiind Immortal men and women pass be ! me a 1 stand here. . Anionic the throng Solomon, David and Christ. Yes, through these streets anil atnld these sur Jenndings rnde Solomon, that wonder of 3 dewier and wretchedness!. It seemed...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

t ii i n i. i'ljlilislioil rvrry Thursday, T- H. H&HTEHi Eflitur auA Pionrictor, Subscription $1.50 per year. T I m rsd ay, December 12,1SS!). The 32nd Annual Session of the Snyder Co. Teachers Institute. MiM-i.Kiit R(in, Pa., Dec. 2 , Tin' Institute was culled to onlrr .v Supt. Herman lit HMO A M., af tcr which tho Institute sane n liyiiin entitle d "All Imil lla'powi r of Jesus name." Tin organization then took pllll'O which resulted iih followM : Vice President, J. 1 Keller i Sec retary, II. S. Stctlcr s Assistant So litary, If. C. Jinan i Treasurer, D. S. Thurshy. The time of Institute hours wus then fixed, from '. 12 A. M., and l:!J(-4 P. M. Kveninuexcr fist s t commence at 7 1. M. sharp. The roll was then calleil and found firt teachers. Tlie Institute then Himtf the niitioiml Hong, "America," then stood adjourned. MONDAY AKTKHNooS. Opened by iniisie song entitled "Music in the air." No instructors having arrived, the Supt. made a brief uddreHM Kivinj; very excellent and i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

y 5 - r1' r . "V f Letter f rom mo ouuui. m i. mam. Ala., Not. 80, 1889. rwotton plant ih without doubt, . r,f nnv tlif. lina 1.. Mm oliiect of domestic I.rp B!l IllHIIUIUCHlir. inu - ,-iit invented in mo iniu u maies , l)(liind, in inia respcci, is nn- in the world it is fabu- ln,..,..l it. the U. S. was $327,784,. the number of ncrea planted Vinmiiit invented in mules, lior- cinH slid other uuiihus, mnoum fto Jia8M,2:8, and 8l,lU2! MiJ n wntfeH. Tho product of uufii'-tmed cotton wan $177,480,- ' .. ill 1A ritii nnl 1 machinery was on,.j.i, J : l ...... rjt tlie wages pani t. Vnirlnnd in 18fi0, tho inanufiie- 'fil products wero vniucu at i in,- 445; tho capital invested was . . . . i .J i l.rt .- Ana , n i . 1 ti' ii u UHI,IH"', Him I lie "" 5iK,noo. In the same year the judi consumption of cotton was 12,000 hides, and the remainder of .rope consumed 4,H88,(KK bales, iinc tbo value of the cotton con sul in Europe alone a grand to ,f iTitVt.0110,000. Add to this the ital invested in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

THEMlI)J)LKaUK(JIir0ST. T. H. 1IAKTER, Editob akd Vno'n. Mll.'iU:i:f;(i, I'A., lhv. u, i.s;. offence, tin; only Harmim has takn I'ii-! inl oner ly storm. Hi great lirr.-d show is :iu enormous success. Fully l.'i.inii) persons wi n- in attendance n;i tin- opt-riinur tii.;'iit. The. flower of tin- English nobility an 1 of the American colony wire there. In fact it a do- mi nil Mile that it took mi Ann-, i'- in In dare cro the Atlantic with Mi--!i a gigiatic show, nii'l ml nirition f"- A!i:' i i -aa uii'l j'hiek ;s expressed mi ali .-!i s. Until North ami South I);ik"ta arc hav ing a hard struggle w ith tverty in their first day of Statehood, tire it i:s have i: ii reported ' n gricultur..! resource el' ti.-i- new States, at least V't.lHI.I ,cn j.le .- r iiu.v destitute i.f fin.. I. ami with out in':, us I i 1 . . i v iiny. At liMst three i-oii-itii i of South I . . k 1 i 1 i I not grow iioinji !i".it for their own use, mi t cii.nt nf fio-t. The f;i iltire wa still hk in North M.iUota....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

i i! I . l'o r. , I! e i 03 l-t I t mil 'PEATII DAVIS L 0p THE CONFEDERACY, LrtmaorHm loso asd tixtpo UB pari, th President of the Con . . . i a T - ; t jltdlt BIS nonitJ umuvuir, .nm., j o'clock Friday morning. The r his beilaiue tuursuay evening r51t bio condition was lavorahle, and wj no reason w ei-pcci U1 rl7 tj mK-nlK1'1. however, decided aahiipmiI AtiI lift mnh F it:. r,km!lv was about hii bedsid I at. jwrrnsoif da vis. Wt 1. ot Ilia: .jiPavi was born June 3, 1st In ,mt Kv. Smn nftcr Ms I'irtli his .ITel t' .! ISlmpi UIIU W'UIHI nVAT l(i re civfl n't academic ulu- l.nln I-'! iiPl"inte I a cadet in the Academy at un roir.t ny rresi we. where he crailuatel four years : irnKiiiml in the armv twenty snd erved as nn infantry and -nn the Northwestern frontier in i Hawk war oflS.il and l.tii. In :a, he ws mivio nrst Lieutenant m. in men rapacity no was cm- i various exHttitiuns nuiuat the ,.i:n. He r siii'it ins rnninus- li. 1 anil liuviuir married the I- of Zm'harr Toy lor, afterwa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 December 1889

What a Comfort 1 . I : r 1 Asking : ..'..! :. VOKEM. . ..amUOLUJ.! hiladnhia 'Htw '9mot ' oo if joAy f jj ah uvvjij 's!d veAv 'll.lNlll l 1J Ol Awl) "JrfAB J( 'Al -ojiij j rwl pojj-i t too 21 t;ini qiM ev.iUB -)jni!) J.tiio piia )iiinJinoj noiq il imkii ojh Xiii 'imirei aui 0 'iu .' kij ir ini.-ifi-iii H) A(Hiilt nioii puu; j AillllojJ N.V4VW 111 U (, h. j.'a'V jo tiKup nj i 'i 'r'ni tii i.iM o 'ti.ininrfi jo spirit u BAq T i. i v.iu i wjh.i.C ,ti1 jo ii3Ai joj A iuuj alu u t.Jd.Cy ti.wn babij 'iiinpV 'A wmorjx n'ltuin joj imiiiJ I )UI() IW )1)J.IA Al.llIllllM OAWOJ JMITt 'SUVA AIIUM1 jo Hu.iln iui U n u iwtfq ai k, ,JjC V ,! 'eiA"MllT ',31I 'X T .."II1"") im jiukiui joj Oil IIMIttA it.i'H rAn11' HntAwrj 'mjhiiio nf wAUtl m.j a'v I'imiiiuio.ijj UB.I I,, 'niiikmj Ji(t u iCjo)unjHtii iu t'ltitojif a'om8 jiuw 'mini oj iuvkii.io1 ';Mljniin. fl!"1 8J" 'ni.iii, own cmai H!S WJII3 I'lIB 'JJAI'I OCJ (HIUII)a 'y.iMo; M1B h.)iiio)S erl JO HrfptJ -llM.iJ.ll l.i.ujn.l A 'miljj X(I 1 U.Uin) ! II...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 January 1890

Co.6o.t)'J"-'" L. 27. MIDDLEBTJHGII, SNYDER CO., PA., JANUARY 1890. NO 1. S of LOCAL INTEREST r TTarfor. of Smithvillc. O.. of the editor, spe nt a few Middleburgh last week. ion u omiminicn.iion l('I 11 ! W tried through, anil as a result .1 us too late for this week. Lnn having calve to sell will all on or address Ueo. Sny Clure, Fa. tf. ur court proceedings of lust e erred in using the naiuo ktetler. It should have been tetlcr. ... rmn nml Bertie Wit ton- I, . ...... ft WoilnpHdav after-noon Iwtsburg to attend the fc- minary. T.nurft Weiscr. of Juniata tig her brother at the Wash- ilIOUHC L authorized to annoiinro ie Merchants' Protective As ia will meet in Middleburgh nenday, January . T?r.un Avers has irone to i,. tn Hiiend the Holiday t siHtor, Mrs. Harry Leitzel ay. L.r Walter, who sncnt sov- pH ia Minnesota has return- b native hearth, and will re- Jth us over winter. Ilary Harris of Lewisburg, of the President of Buek- L'ge, is visiting in Middle- Id animal, Bupposed to be ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 January 1890

LABOR NEWS. 4 CRUSADE AO MNST THE nUN3. An Effort to bo Mndo to Oet Them Out oi the ConnollsviUo Coke Region. With tin' beginning of of I10 it is quit likely ii movement will lio inrMr)r.tt-l whic h will ril theConnc'.lsvilto coko relgon of the Slav" iiii'l "Ilmi," two very un desirable lu-.-s of resident who have been more than usually unruly (luring thu var Just closing. Thii clit-es Imve fully ilemonstru'ed their usclcssness us resident and it ii minor "d that the Order of Fnited American Me chanics will begin a i ruu Ic :iiititit thc.it w Inch w ill eventually oust them from thu region. The busino men of Cotmellsville, nml itnlti-1 of all tin; towns in tho region, aro also interest. s in tlni matter. The 1 1 11 ii ami hi, kiudro I spirit nro not taxpayer, and they argue that If they were replaced by an cntclligctit mid law abiding Imh.Iv of worker therm-incs woull he much improved, for it is claimed that the .r'ii .; of the Hun nii'l his degradations keep capi tal und i iitcrpri...

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