Providence Independent Newspaper, 1875-1898
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 p. “Persistent in the Right – Fearless in Opposing Wrong.” Newspaper published in Collegeville, Pa. Weekly. Contains local, national and international news, fiction and advertisements.
Collegeville: E. S. Moser
Place of Publication
newspaper, Trappe, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Montgomery County, Freeland
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Independent, Providence, "Providence Independent, V. 14, Thursday, July 5, 1888, [Whole Number: 680]" (1888). Providence Independent Newspaper, 1875-1898. 463.
Collegeville, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
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Published every Thursday.
This issue contains a continuation of an article edited by Dr. J. Hamer Sr. entitled “Matter, Force and Consequent Motion.”
This issue also notes that the editor of the newspaper took part in the Sixteenth annual meeting of the Editorial Association of Pennsylvania and that Ursinus College President J. H. A. Bomberger presided over the wedding of his son, Augustus Wight Bomberger, to Mary T. Kratz. Additional descriptions of commencement exercises at Ursinus College, including athletics competitions, are also noted.