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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 September 1892

-4 t th . I i u ir , f,. '"I. I re f ' it A V J' ... V.: ilvi n' ""I t !' i.l'' : -ta'ci' a in ik 1 !(' V-. a. , i':- t ll'': .!- 1 liib l. K, ion- ' v. K i ' ratU' " uller'-jf--' iiM A REMARKABLE FIGHT. A B'sT ' Vanquished by Sraallee Ring Knak. A pcntlinTi who w tralklng on country i oid on a hotVimmer day heard a rustling In the dry leaves, and, Rolng Into tho thicket, found a king make and rattloannke enRftjrotl in a Hulllvan It ran tl(ht-to-the-death aluffglng match. Tho rnttliT wns tht blgffr, but the king hnd the advantage In length and iupt'li-ncM. Tho king had hla Jaw fasteno I like a vIp-o at the 1 nek of the rattler's hoad and wan. rolled around the rattler', body. The king wna trying to aiiueere hla antagonist to death, and it mob without Baying that tho rnttlerwns utrugglitiB deBjieratoly to avoid hln fate. It was i out noon, and the Bpootntor, who wanted hi dinner an Well aa to eea 1ho remilt of tho 1 attic, got a pole, arid. thriiHting It between tho entangled bodiea ...

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. — 15 September 1892

rm r J .o....vt. I 1 ut) jjhuu ui ouuBuiun, A l Iy:K( Ot XTHV W It K II K Til K fKIK KRK ALMOST .NKVKIl t l.Ml lK.l. WHll.KTIIK A I It I Ifiol, AM) llllAllNtl, lil K K rKltrKT- I Al. ?ruiNt. As an anomalous outherii report, hy reUoll of tin" furt that there one nitty t('n' ummer heat no lei tliim winter cool New Mexieo Is rnpitlly liecoiiiititc fiutitM. A vorntriiiir through out the entire territory 5.0IHI feet In Altitude above nea-l'vel, and rlmrnt trrlzed by ilry air wliieh, unlike n hmuiil atmocpherp, Ik Ineapable of comiuniiieatltitf heat, the tempera ture hi iiiidttuuiiurr remain at a de lightfully eomfortable decree thro' the day, and at nitfht becomes In variably briitk ami bracing. The sunshine In almost constant, yet the most violent out-of door exertion limy be nude rluki'ii without fear of distressful C(iiii'c(iii'ii'e!. Sunstroke or prostration are absolutely mi known there. It i an ideal land for M stnuuier out ilitf. It t'lilllitte i. pre srHhetl hy rt-plltuhle physie...

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. — 20 October 1892

. !' V - " ; i . . ' .' ' 1 . THE POST SrhMlfnlly ft NEWS- Is lint mi "tircnn." It Willi lin'1 "llHr." II iii'trr l I I a Knic, Ami iii'MT ni'IiI out. Uiiiii'Kiilvi il i ln nliil h lvi Kiil'n i iicth J l.Ni n )cur. he Fmrlo. I'" Mwuiwi'Mi ' l'' " el to H patron OL. 29. L MS of LOO AL INTEREST - ' U days have now lost in length i bourn. ' lo term hand, used in mensur i j lorHOH, nieiinH four inches. axtei .A few bushel of pota toon subscription at this office. lltss MollieStouor, of Mifflintown, is the guest of Dr. Miller ami family. c). Moyer, nml wife, of (Hobo spent Sunday with Dr. O. P. x::rH. fxisaLErt. All grades of Michigan F-liirlon nt bottom prices. 2r) jd. N.W.Anu.Kn.Boavertown. Is. Barbara Bilger returned last w: from a Heveral months' visit to frl:ails in Centre county. V7e will sellyou the cheapest shoes yea ver saw if you only Btop to see. Hunkle & Walter. I'jraco Benfer, of Newton, Kan e&j U visiting relatives iu this coun ty. Zjfs. Geo! Kreighbaum and little a...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 October 1892

sw I si' 4 wTuiJiC i i) b at in lu ( "J bo bu lin I t'll ; mo Th. uiii lirl. dod hiU Too: ciso l...tl ' tfiitl ' the i : able Fc to lit Com eU t ciial : burn J Irip. 'or u i Jk'.i !" iV j.'."m""7 (The f..!i'1'lif is-il'lllf-lt s-.'ii hr Kali lino id S)..rtvoi, .vn flrM ptlMUh-il In thrt .V.flreil TVsJ u a.l.in 1 1. , i i. 4il-l . ( h,n r "? Aiti'TkH, lii n i 1 l Isna 1 l.. t-i-n. wl!: l.-r.i.(l will I.tn i. u.l f Ir net i l.iv i i' ii. i.n.t ti...i ( mti I S 9 rl'lfii f. r rh. hetiulon rwflil.v Hin in) iirsii.1 Vi no i'l u it'iii.-:t.u., ; i- il . i-' it. (t'ii. J. il, N'li.iite ilt 1, s, ,v iiret.lUi.ii;. ubU retlu y LII.alMtl. .l..i..r.t-ii'. Ir '.(.; sje" w 1 1,, I iT' if the battle ! Hail, nn-n WImi in ti1 tl.e 11 n: in i!iiiv 'mi in ii ii v a We i -elcbr a'e y..tir viol or ie at" I t wine I- .r peace has v i u 1 1 i her nini' round 1 lii' sii.-n.l.ir nl vmir i nii'ii'!" r.-is a Ami il. e I l if lug -iii : . q i.i -r-i'ii a thev won 1-ri iu stand; I imiiiMi llii1 "Iii.mm so amis...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 October 1892

flilLMAGE'S SUMMER TRjP. Uikwino his ronaiON tottr. Traddo'd Nation. Tha Car a Benev cleat Monarcn. iiorrora 01 iai rmln Portrayed. t nnstial Interest attached to the aeTmon ( Iv. Dr. Talma-re. at Ilrooklyn. Funilojr trnine. it having been announced that ha tuld devote the entire discourse to a re- Jw of Ida summer Journey. The --rent ernacle wa crowded early by an expect It audience. the subject was, "Observations in Iiussi.-t. id (.rent Uritian tint text felcrted bcini: m mexxxi. "If I take the w intra of the eirtiiMff and ilwe'l in the uttermost par la ol sea, even Ihero thud Thy hand lead Vhnt an absurd book the I'.IMo must be to i tiuiii lis" i'" pootrv In his aoul. fl int's of the mnrniiitf !" hut kind nt a ' rd is it. and hw mntf are its winus and of fiat color'.' All. aonieof us have seen and i jt its wintrs. They are golden. 'ihcynro dt up-end. The 1 ih f laM June I took Bie wine's of the naomiim" and started f.ir ' tirota .lime '.Hon tin' iri of tin) morn i 'i started fmni...

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. — 20 October 1892

Sie QliVblelntrgji Published every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must W p:iM In mlvnnc when sent oiit-M,.- ill" inunty.) RATES OF ADVf ATISINO. All Tr.inH.-i.-tif ii'lvi-riN'-im-riti tint ntliprwlT iipiiT: '" I f. .r win in-1 hiii v-'l mMIic rule of 11 rent h t llni' ni'iiii.irli l in.Msiirei tor first lucr tlmi mill lucent 1'i-r Hi"' tor CM-ry nui wint Insertion. Thursday, October 20, 1S!)2. Republican National Ticket. V,.rT.-l I. -it. IIKNMAMIN II i:ul"N. "f li.l;iliil K.ii V.v I'resM.'tit. ill TI.I.A'.V 1(1. IP. "I N"W York. Republican Stats Ticket. Knr i ,'Hiirri"-Hiiriii-ii -lir''. .M IA ANHKlt Vi lioA'IM.I.. M.-n'-r, l.l.S. II. 1. 1 M I.II.Vt iO."ll. l'i .r i i)T. in.- Juil.'i'. .1. tl N 1 1 KAN, 111-ill . iv.r K'l-i-tnr-. :itt.ir.-o. .i hi w i" l'i MM' I. in. ,i-;. r, VM. Woolis, .ilhi.. ihl.i, I! !". .liM Alle.'lietiv, VM. II. s.n M:. Ii.I.i" if. '..r in-.trl.-t i:i.'.-i..r-. .I.iltii I . !.invn:i. ,..lm M 'in. I- 11. .I.ill...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 October 1892

nit fetJ 1CK ml lErisfFun Ilausa Earriclc. ;i. . e: "I j:Lr:ti:ii Keiinai. Haiidek. It; i-8 nu Mich 08 ikr nion woo Hi ll li;-"Joliuny SoliiM'cknhoiiHo" Klitick 31 g'stuivvix lint wii ik incro ikr Dill tl. Kissinger i f Ifb 1 , ,,,,f ' grimed iloh'ilslit woth un idi holm .shier nit jrluwvn konnaoH nro iU-r karl wore, mi won iloo net no en worelioftei' nion wftrwht Jon ilaiil lch!ly picks uliiwvn iloo tluMsht 1 loci. Dor Rill wore oils lines fun juiua bi nhtu fri iml. Sell wore we ich Intcli bloiuly KiM g'hot liob. Eu monifli niolilliwt tiro oU ou liifiin idish k'chhii, nn ilo l'olly lint tino i n moduli niohl hi fairishim husxa g'fikkud. I Mir niaiicil, Kernel, wo ni;e oh wet) iloot heitzmliiwuH fur en nion Swe iueiiiier oh nro em treat. Ieli , conj inn niou bluer nniili ebbca fur I fiOYtu ns wo u-ilonk. Dulc lcit usn i dich unlit os we nn lemon. Won he ,!7 oil do bri o oiiH ilcr s'wookeled lien ','dou hlnuisu .ko dieli uows uu" do I,,! sbtroso. Sell is ho fool dor foil in '' bolixl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 October 1892

THE M1PDLEBURGII TOST. T. CHARTER, Editb ad Pr'b. yuwi.v.r.rivi opt. so. k2. The extent to which rallwayi have crvod to open up ImlU it well Hlu Jated by tho director general'! report. Thu nil ways no pvo employment to !Ci),BM pctsou, of whom over 23J.O00 iro natives. Tlie number of Europe tmploycs thews u nhirlit decrease, and o: 5a-t Ininns a siL'ht decrease, to i'jii iaJ 5330 retpcetivelr. Tho wont convict in tho Missouri Penitentiary li a nnii camel Johnson. Ho or.co male fin attempt to cscapo 1)J icttinLj the prison on fire, au l i?j00,03C worta of property win destroyed, lit cccntly nttctiipteJ lassoing u kccpci with n nosj made of lied ticking, but m not strong enough to overpower him, ud was himself force 1 lucli in hU cell, ft hieli he h i 1 injnninudy unlocked. II. C. IJutir.cr, the cJitor oi l'ac'rr, who da bce'i recently in Chicago to writt the nrticlc o:t " Tha Mikin'of tho White L'itv" ("T tho World'i l'.iir proup in Scribr.iT' la;u.:ne, ray tilut what wim in June, IS)...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 October 1892

.. .. !IN3ECT NUISANCES, ow to nt BI4 of ItuMshold reals. i his fourth lecture before the fc-ell Institute recently, Professor jry discussed the ever timely ub I of household tests. Iha treat ht of tin subject was practical, the renicdici plven for each jtlculur icsti nro worth notlnf by i careful housewife. Tor certain tho commoner pests, Mich ns the j-btiu, tlio carpet-beetlo, and the jthos-moth, benzine, applied In a spray by means of a hand atom f, was stated tobo the best remedy, n tu t case It destroys the Insect ; jail stages, I nrl tiding the egg. In Imr bi tulnc, however, care must be t en that no fire or nrtmcial llffht ( Un the room at the same time, the Jwrof benzine belnir highly cxplo i For cocUrnacher., brlstlc-talls, i J Ush-nioths and liens, the lecturer I Jnmmetiried a liberal use of pyre f um powder, In the Torm of cither 1 rslan or Dalmatian powder or J jiach. Ficas, ho said, are peneral li introduced into houses by dogs or c is, and the presence of lx-d biitfs i...

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. — 20 October 1892

SELINSOROVE. Mrs. Hurah Haas, who took sick whilo on a visit to hov daughter nt Elizabeth villo, wa brought homo last week by Mr. P. Nerhood. ,Slw m xt ill in n critical condition. iliss Kate llostrrmnn.we nro sorry to repot t, bus h:id n nlifcht attack of rai'ftlysis. Mrs. lliinin I'lrieh is uNo on the fick list. Mrs. II. L. Philips win) sometime uu'o went to Walts to visit her par ents returned lionio again Int week. Hov. Samuel J. I'lrichrnu up from Mt. Airy S 'miliary list Saturday to the town of Catawissa where lie preached on Sunday. On Monday morning ho ciinio down homo, stay ed over night with his parents mid on Tuesday morning returned nuiii to the Seminary nt riiiladolphia. Mr. rind Mrs. Vid. Jlurns wore visitors to town last Saturday. Mrs. T. M. Campbell, of Sunhury, made n btiinesi hip to town lust Friday. Landlord Keiser caught n gerinnn carp lust week that weighed 11 pounds, Mrs. Ito-K'ttc Wallace is now hup ly she gt her long expected pen sion. One f t ho Chi ist inn ...

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. — 3 November 1892

' -' ., '' ' ' 'I ie post j WhBtlrnllr MCWS- ill lopH". I' col li arn ! i'P n for )irnMlnn of ni- Of -st tolls pnlrou. & i wi-iirs no-s cillnr." II III'VlT U'llllf'Ml Ixailf, Ami IU-UT K-II t. f Jinn inlt'fil rln nliil n ino HillnTtilliilill.!M A )i'r. 0L. 29. SMS of LOCAL INTEREST MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., NOVEMBER 3, 1892. e list of jurors in this issue. e smallest quadruped in the M is the pigmy mouse of Siberia. Iaxtid. A few bushel of pota ) on subHcription at thin office. ass Laura Church, of Lowis , is the guest of Miss Jennie 'ghaus. V troops must be sold ft new goods weekly, 1 17 f 1 as I re- R. (JrNTZDEnOKK. sses Carrie Bachman ami Rose is are taking in the nights in He- Wove. U Jessie Lilly, of Bethlehem, iiampton county, Pa., is visiting i - . T! 1 11.1 U ves in jiuivucuuifcu. rattle of winter coal doseend- to cellars is a familiar sound town now. id Ocker and better-half spent ay with his sister at Laurelton, n county. lothinz was never so cheap L'o as this fall...

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. — 3 November 1892

"t I I a 11 h I; THE MIDDLEBUR01I POST. T. B.HARTKR, Edit akd Pbd'h, m I iiT.Knri:n, . xov. .1 Dr. Nansco, whoso plan lor seeking Hie North Pole is to ju into tlifl drift ing ieo in a stout vowel, and resign him M-lf to certain ocean current, propose! in lay in a four years' supply of provis ion when tin It 11 .1 1 1 y embarks on this voyage, lie will also take along a-i im mense stork of patience, a Ids the Chi sago Iler.ilil . An nrticlo is said to he sold in P.ni which consists of nn a picoits solution of ioilidu of starch and M specially in tended for lore letters" In fo-ir wu -.'', rxplains the Chicago Ilenld, chancers written with it disappear, prevent in.; nil sliuse of lettirs iiinl iluin away with .ill il'K'timcntary evidence of any kind in the hands of the recipient. Captivity is m i Ic as endurable as pos sible for the Apse ic Indiris who, with '.heir brutal c lief, (Jer :iimo, arc cn. lined at Mount Vernon, near Mo'iil", A. la. (ierotnmo has been the gardener il the garr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1892

k I LlNNSMHAtSKTT ISLAND. i. i i a BlitorU Wklrh Will Tkla af raat. Thb!ttorto OlenoerhMMtt Island In the Ohio Hirer it gradually beloi mhe4 away, and lately the watei ha fouid a channel through the cen. ter, which ! rapidly aiding the worl of destrn:tion. It will eoon be; $ thing oft he past. I'erhipi no pot along the Ohio hal luch an Interesting history a. Wen nerliassett's Inland. It lore Is thai, jf the nation Itself. It wai her ih.t iatv.n Ttnrr'a treachery ' Dractlcally checked, and the mumpli I Of that fTCM IS piruvweu 117 mo au- new of the fall of poor old Llenner naMi'tt the dnpe of Burr. Orer a rantury ao this gentleman settled an the Island, building himself a de IlKhtful residence, and ever afterward Jispermlni? most elegant hospitality. Here It was that Aaron Burr Inter ested him In Ms chcme for aelilng Mexico, where, In rase of success, Kurr was to I Emperor. Thcodosla Alston. Hurr's daughter, wa to b rinpress, nui llcnncrhassett was to receive tin; title of Iuke nnd a...

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. — 3 November 1892

7 It gJlWbMrargft lost. Published every Thursday. T. H. EaRTER. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (whlcb mnxtb nniil In (vnno when sent tmt lili the county.) RATCS Or AOVMTItlNO. All trnn-o-tcnt, aiKi-rll-M'tni'tit n4 otherwise (Miilrartcl for III l cliiiivi'il at Hit' rale nf 11 O'nta r Din- (ii'iiip:irli'l in'' i.Hiiri't fT flrt Inser tion nnl 10 cent wr line fur every sulm'u'it neu'mmi. Thursday, November 3, 1S!)2. Republican National Ticket. Vr IT-'viilfiit. I1KS.IAMIN li Ull!iN. of Imlhma. t Vri 1'rtKlilnilf . Will I'LI.AW IlKMI. nf N. w Y'Tk. Republican State Ticket. t tur i'(iiiLrr"in:iii- it-l, ir'e. At.KN WIU'.H MclMiWKI.I.. Mercer, I.KN. W M.I.I M 1 .11.1 . iil-iii. Tnr npri'iiif .I'l'lt. .lnil.N liKAN, HI nr. K"T Klcclnr. ir-rkT". .1. I'll N' I 1I M.M' I. in l w vi w i in-'. riiit.ii'iiiiu. II K. JuNK. AH' Vl . VM. II. SAY N K. II. I iw.it". l'..r Hl-trlc-i I'li'i tni'-i. 1. .Mm I.. I.HH-oll. I'i '. Iturl.iiHl. 4. .I.ili'i M itf 'I. .t ill II llllllHT. 1....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1892

RememoBr The Deatt! i mnwrnrraip CENTRAL DRY GOODS STORE. SELINSQKOVE MARBLE:YAR iofFun Hausa Earrick Kr.iiNAL Hakder. ob ilo ledsbt woch in inenn jlibes tfVnwd wivgix do kinner fernbtotiil liirun in da fdioolu. 1.3l8 gons farpexHa de-re tsu i it.:. fU ClOS 111 till llOIUllll HUOOlil 1 0 de kinuer cru tfoo.ler fershtonJ (corn. fem amolil nnos fun da yungti leit beittndawKs fardt in do fhool Oft on noaoh dein oh du o leelit jmDtl liusbt BiiwR lnoio cb ho t rr ifoodcr feinMnil farlorn J, Vfon ho dri inoonet fardt nin i coon i a ho hanio un wissa niiumy a tsu era oldto bakoiulo frviml Wctzft nulla wile jailer ebber oh jb ne fardt in do nhool woro tsu tm id far ho era tzeit tshpeinla far enajtsu Hchwctza. Feel fun da va mi da maid draya do iiiiwh in uo uf ki'tina era naixty nuehberu tniy.fSo groHSo laruung hut txl kelver ous yuiiRo leit kucbcil, un iner iiiuhh, be-tosb, tt ollt niohl en introduction bovva en wer ho aw-di ef t won mor a will oh ho tsu em Htliwet.a. It so larnuujf iH feel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1892

MRS. HARRISON'S FUNEKIL TBI WHITE BOUSK SERVICES. Xrlef and Simple Funeral Ceremonies f'rtced the Journer to the Final Riatina- Flat of the Deed- The fiinrr.il wf vice over the remains of Mm. Harrison, in tlm While House at Washington on Thursday, wore brief and Simple, a irji the ex pros wish of the Presi dent. The service wore held in the Fust twin at 10 o'clock. At cither end of the c:iket stoo I an Im mense sugo palm, w hoe gra fill, waving tranche reached nearly to the ceil i nt? of the magnificent iiiirtmrn(. The chande lier, csst a flood of mellow light, tin- win (!ow having boon durki nod. The pevrr.il mantels wore bunked with ferns, mid Ir. Hamlin, the pastor of the Church of (he Covenant, read the opening asaire of Scripture: "In My Father limine are many mention," and the other selected parage. Thin was followed by a brief prayer, which was ringed by the lord's Prayer, which all present restod in low tour, after the officiating elergyronn. Then Dr. Ilartlett read from the...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1892

IGl'S SUNDAY SERMON. FAR WISER THAW W F.bfT S'La-atara That rir to Thiir Uoai In tha South. Talma'Vs tett rtimhiy was Jere i.i f.'i A -arm I.hvp Ih her un it I ti-nr: fu l Hi' '". ''' A'' r . t . . L . l IA.,',. k,o; f,ll 1111 -r-'i'io- I.XIIflh III? fie lli' f Of IV ''" h, Uod Wllllld M't f t JlCHltiftll l e P nuts it in a ire-, n ' .. - .1.. . .. :A. ..t,a a I lillt It 1111 Mil IIP lllliuimn M " hen Hp "otiiil nave ii gnio- to-.- mi . i ... I W . .. . .. ululdLi sv.ulils it iiii. a ui"i- -"ij " " i 4-r htnlt uf beamlf l im lint the I. l i st'. ti nil c " I" ': si famili ir y in m n I" I ! l I itnl mi "l m.iiv, mi l t i' 1 1 . ii-fi vr Mm? door fine 9 ! -i i ?! lurtle-do.-e, I'itg HI C.l-T Willi-, ll'l'l l IH . and iiii I s.ic:i. ninl em-tninl; Ih crane, f vine li,;c ti.c a, m 01 a iruinp't, the li W. SWlll U l d.l't Sllll "Hi l.f Mil lOW t.ncn. till 111 r. miiii'ing kiii.miiin fo.ir 1.1.1M -i ir i uy im- i"Mr"" ; hi nr.' n JukIi ro . ::tlmci: ura-a M . vt ll Inn "ii l -rongn m ini...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1892

The "Cheap" Clothing Cry. A deal great n Iipcji nkl nlout rbcap rlothing for working people. Tali, for instance-, a carpenter in New York who gets $21 per week; m 52 weekn lie en run $1,WJ. He puri'lmHos for LiniHolf during n year t'luthing to the amount of P.", which is a wry lnro mud. He has loft 1 1.027. A carpenter in KiikIuikI receives t'.Vl per week for ti weeks, which iinounts to !?I11.M. Take from that $43 for his clothing in Knglaml, for himself he has left ?H8.84. while the American carpenter has $1,027. Now, can any Free-Trader make any figures that will enlighten the American workingman any better than these facts ? lU-ware of silly stories against the Republican candidates set alloat on the eve of the election. They are intended to deceive. The Post hus used all the candidates of both par lit as gentlemen, while supporting those who carry thr banner of sound principles the Republican candidates. Jury List. PKTIT Jl'ltOltS. I.l-l i if IV'lt .In mm itniKii fur lln uni t n...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1892

trade -ny: Tber. is a c.r famln from I itts ...... .tt,anrkt Mountains. Thia sitigla fM ft loll " - - ' ' . Class ta Ar. Od C.rl.a on came from Odessa. I TuM.t r.. Monday's cholera record for the la Oldea TlmM crrrluoked t ! Importance ef per. People -il - J- - I i-L., 3STO"VE3sBE 3, 1892. ELECTION PROCLAMATION. u jtion Proclamation. I I fllOLEXDEU, HIkIi r Sheriff of dei jbnnty.Cotninonweniinoi icniisyi Im, t hereby make known and Eire to t 1 the elector of tho cotmt y afore- x an election will l held in the "wtatv.on TUESDAY, SOVKMBKK tl, Jir the pnrjKwo of electing the tal'prtia hereinafter nrtimil.to wit : kirty-two persons for Presidential Elec tor PrnnsylTania; joprni!i for Conttresri at JJtrjre to aaantthe Common wealth of Pennsyl- , Llo ilie Congress of the United State j aar on for Judiic of the Supreme r , tho lth con- Con urea of the United Rtatoa ; Ona person to represent the 27lh district in the Senate of PennsyWanla ; One person to represent Snyder eennty in the Genera...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 November 1892

Y 1 b i hi if in T. in lit 4 in , re?, oil- V bo, tin ab' J to i Co nvl 1 tip I bui , trii for I -t , If '4 TUEMlDDLEBURGHrOST. T. H. IIARTtn, Editb ahd r'ic MUI)T.KIMT.(i. 1'A,. NoV. .1 Dr. Nanseo, whoo plan tor seeking the North Pole is to iab into the drift- f noM the world's pair iM4ua UtIAL ODE, Over lbs wi.le unknown. Far to the shorts of Inrt, On through the dart, alone, j Lit a fetbrr b'ona by tb in Into tbe Wt, away, Hpod by the breath of 3 ad; Rpfkinj tba rlenrer day, pearance, and often said to himself ash arranged his collar befcr the glass: "There isn't married man around ' that ran comparo with me for starching and sliekness." And If there was a time 'when he thought he looked particularly graid, It wm whoa he was dressed in hla Sunday suit and mounted on his faithful white Please, Mis Polly, Unci Eben awn I mo down after the seed you said h could have." t S 'Lot a.e see," said Polly, mustngly. "Ob, yes. II wanted ui to tar him so!i) sucumber seed "It's flower seed he ...

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