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. 15, Thursday, June 20, 1889, [Whole Number: 730]" (1889). Providence Independent Newspaper, 1875-1898. 511.
Collegeville, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
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Published every Thursday.
This issue contains an article about the Johnstown flood entitled “In Reference to a Ruined City” by Samuel S. Augee. It also contains local voting results on the Prohibition amendment and women’s suffrage and notes the death of Dr. F. W. Kramer, a clergyman of the Reformed Church and member of the Board of Directors of Ursinus College. It is also noted that Dr. J. H. Hamer was elected Demonstrator of Chemistry for the Homeopathic Medical College of Philadelphia.