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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 February 1893

' I . I. F??nir nnoT W I Hh 1111 I I III. I UU I - m Is ni n 'Oriran.' H .ur niei iilliir." inl ih'ht milil out. f i mi- nil I rliriilat'n lrtO nuIim i iK U'li 11. .V) a year. I II f I NOL. 30. TEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Ambrose, son of G. C. Gutolius, a sick with scarlet rash. With the ending of Jauuary dav ght lengthened 59 minutes. Tim iIuvh are eliding swiftly by" litul spring will soon bo with us. To-ilav is Ground-hog ilay. Look- ut for the "critter's" shadow. Advertise your sales in the 1'ost f you desiro a crowd of eagor biJ- Uers. T.umn wicks dipped in warm viu- hm, and dried beforo using, will iiot smell. I Miss Ilattio Stine, of Centreville, lisited M. Z. Steiningcr's on Sat iny. William F. Fees and wifo are viit- roliitivps at Beavertown this - - week. I'.rinu vour salo bills to this oflico tif you want thorn dono cheap and in jiuick order. nl.T.ivfl WniHer. Esd.. spent Sun- iJaay with his brother, John, at Ma- Siiiantongo, Fa. The days aro getting longer, and a aijiamp can ...

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 February 1893

THEM1DDLEBURGII POST, T. H. I1ARTER, loirea aud Pne'a. f 1 1 illl t-IM-l.'i : I f t I L'L-li o l.o- Railroad building it making a rent ea late boom in Jerusalem. Canada it building two largo tradini resjcls for t'.ie lake. They ar ealled "trading vcscls," explains the San Francisco Ktiminor, became an old treaty precludes the use of the title ol nen-of-war. Some far Western an 1 Southwestern newspapers aro seriously discussing tho desirability and possibility of introduc ing the kangaroo into those region. Much is urged a to itn utility, becauss Of its economic value in "flesh, fur and font n-etr," and some little about the oovel sport it w.i ild alTord, taking in this particular the pltco of tho defunct buffalo. It is said the kan!iroj would do well in regions altoether until for other stork. Some my it wojld be moro profitable to raise kansroos th in steers, ftohert C. A vi M appear t have been first to surest the schem". Ostriches, he savs, are :t bi success in California, and he...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 February 1893

Lstlnee, eserelae and dirt are the rarrtl Lrtues e-f fond health. Tiilierareof ibe tnand If yim kno what ar.il how In ml heed w i in. it la claims I that iar- t A ! Ill I ll M hh M.hbiIv . . uf wrong living. pressed air le ins I'nlon f nc fi i i ifra. Oatlen Snyder Albanv. N. Y. Owo May Lifo to Hood's Sarsaparllla " k'ords are powerlexs to exprese the irrati- I feel toward Hood's HareiapaHtlii, fop nn lef ami tnow that to Hit medlclna e ff V Twelve year aiti I !,- ti t followed irnilvt at tiu atomaoh. unit Slis.ll,. I liy severe wlti. Tina urn mally grew until three )wirs ai. I'll) slcliuislold e trrai'.ile was Cauaod by Tumor wral months I had bren unable to retain nd of a solid not or. I was k rent It .ted. hat freifnrnt hrtnmrrhnorn. la satlaflisl the. doctor were rlifht In y. i e) neariu a-er. line dn it aniarnaleri that I trr Hood's siar-nimrlllK k and for 3 or 4 ilar I wm ah ker than nit I aepi on ami gradually Isuim to fee I began to Fuel Hungry . altar a time, retain aolid f...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 February 1893

la i. Vit Stittj.rhrgji ftjst Publifriipil every Thurfutfty. T- B. EAKTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which must In- piiM In mlvnnce when writ out 1 tin olllil V.) RATES OF AOVf RTISINO. All Inns, . nt mlviTtNcin.'tit not uttier!""' r r 'i for ill l.e i linrkreil nt Hie nte i.f is f 'Hf. i t II Fi- (iio'ii:iri"l iiH'.i'ir.') for tln-t Hit oii mil in eenm kt line for every nuliwum-iit lnwri Im. Thursdav, lYbruarv 2, 1S!:1. ji;.vvi:i:si'iux(is. Mr. ll'iilun lime mil wife, of Tower City, t-prnt ii few tlnys with fiii'it.ls at llii-i I'luce ..I'.o.V, it ilorni't pay to niislii'lnive in chiin h. A W"i l to tin- w is" is Hiitlieirtit . . . . Tin- Ilfptililiciinsof Spring township lull II, 'ir nomination for township mI'mw ts i,n Nut iinlny iifteniooii ninl t.'.n.iiiit'.'.l n full ticket Miss ILII KaiilVm:iii, f Mitllinlow ii, is visiting hr M-tii, Mis. V. I'. Ifirley Most ever liinly you lnei t tn J l;ii 11 s of li;iinn s.' re eol 1 . . . . Spencer Kotnitr 1 ' ivi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 February 1893

Sale Register. J;-:v.-iA1', V Q LricfFuia Ilatica Larrick i: i:n Keiitul IIaRDKR. Ilia ib r Fiert Mai tz puit do Di in- tawiiiHii mioouii -iniucu nrum lit aw, fv'll is tltT ibiv oh dor lover ull ilo uowcn tzookeii. i nwor ibilo fun miuti. purely os ick Kobloolit Kd)louso(l niti init o wilo nro nuch cm lliiyos minora i'llt K"1KU 1H. Ho Ht'ttu's fill Cildtll over net tsu biuilt fiinlenbii won oIIh cbiuobls niiobora loiclit gait. f,'Uiolituv Hohnitz-lioy un bb- iH-hii. AVon urc Kith uwi r not b:i fod don doona ku ri'Holiitiiins sii mi folimisa eiio on dor foor, vc do 'l'ub'ioans ols doonii won 111:1111. ea kooinet d.iid lines fun i trilo not lit tu. Sill is do yons uiHH, Kornol on foor. Do loit do Bile, do fotta ofliooH hiu dor ifliUKiv, uo UoHHoa kiu ao loor-ieit lioonors-noto is do niwln l. Do ma loit solilaifa dor viui:,';i dorrioh ook uu hcbuio, winder un biiniinor, do bosnoH, woo do otlioos baivii, buoka uvva di ulVniil Mi tits:, boot ib.kin.uu kit beiiHobiny- !i da , ... . .. i i...

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. — 2 February 1893

) JAMES G BLAINE Blfi DEATH AT WASHIKOTON AND SKETCH OF HIS LIFE. Bcgiiiningcf His Political Career. Bpf nit er, Senator, Secretary of State, Presi dential Candidate and Historian. Hi cercavemerts and Ill-Fntpii House in Washington. The Blaine Household. Mr. Pinine lied nt In iv.p in Wash ington. PC., Friday lnorinnr, at 11 o'clock, h'lip end I'niup ic.UffuKy. He was Mirroiindtd by Ins family nt the last motnrnt. I'cutli came a n loss! y M.d rj : : 1 1 y . Its ap roach was made i. lent to tin' fnin,ly felly two hours liloic its ciurrcti. e. lnnrii. n cm-hum ir i -t i uoio'.i u n, I k i s in 1 '.'. lictwcen mid o'i k I'r.day 'norning the first diiiitremus sy nij ! iv wi re ot.n rvnl, Mrs. I'riie. ti e trained iiir-e, had (.-one for tcr breakfast, leaving tin- patient temporar ily alone, li'nine hud Hissed a ri-ilrv l,i:hl nil iind been pronounced "not well" Ly li s bysiviai.H. hut beyond n erceptihli' in crease of the languor whii h bad marked kin condition during the previous few da...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 February 1893

THE SUNSHINE OF RELIGION BIT. DB. TALUAOG'B SIBMOK Bdlaolly tha Child of the Moat High I sheds Glory Into Uiinun Hearts, Drives Atf end Make a Glad Pathway. Txt: "rrttHivtir way ofptoatatt j Proverb ill., 17. You have all heard of God's only bagotten ftmv Have yon heard of God's danghtsr? Hb tas bnm In hMNo, 8hs came down over tb hill of our world. Hhs had qussmly tiro. On her brow was mlastial radiance. Her voice wan mimic. Her nam if Religion. My teft Intro lucia Iwr. "Mar wy are war of pleasantness, an 1 all bar piths are '"'huc what ia relifrlon. The fact la that' theological tU'ly haa bad a different effect upon Die from the rff ct sometimes pro durvd. Kvary year I tear out another leaf from my theology until I liar only three or four lwve left in other words, a Very brief and plain statement of Chrlstain belief. An aged I'hristian minister said: "Vhn I w a youn? man, I knew everything; when I K"t to I tblrty-flva yers of age, in twy ministry I had rniiy a hiintrsl doctrines ot...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 February 1893

: J RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF SNYDER COUNTY lOIt 1S!)2. TA HILAR STATEMENT uliivrlu tcno'int of county nnd ntnt (aim ha ueaied, c.dlltfCtHil, retnro-vi, ooiutiiiloti, eiliniortit ion nnd abate in 11 allowed !ti( niitt'tndiii;j;, for tli year 189'J. !Ua I Ettim t fciu'la. lOuWtand AdMlus lleHler ll-nv-r Wes't t intie ' ttr Til ;i tl Franklin J'lrk-oh yiiM1ilitiri-'i .Hl.lili.ir.. k Monroe S'l-nn I'm ry I'erry West fprtnir s'lliiifrnvi' t'lil.'ti Wushll.Ktn'i i!iii,i,t'. Tiim, J .1 K.'lirii.t.r N-uie Hutti rt m J smith N II II. II.' I'll l'l .1.1. i soil ll'llllhl'i ' ,l'l4lt Oltl p-t.i. ., ,.r (.ilTt 'ltll.fl t I . -1 1 , -I Kr.llev 'I V II 'ii 1 ' I I. I.u k ; i.ii, ii , i.i..miii .l.ii-i ih Ki.ll. iletirv ti.iss, ,lr .1 1 irntH loliti J inih.lriiin Tut als Aim Ml. (T 14 1.VMM IWI "I l Vl Mill T.'i l IK II IS TM S i I 7T 1 WIS lM i ; hi IJT I I .: ill 1 1TJ K HsT M Oil II 1170 ;n I C.II-) I ADtial R l'l I m"t' II IN M THi l'J- n imi v KM '."J .'It -;i tit1 V-'.'I'i lln-J NJi i in...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 February 1893

! . ' ' ;J !. L i I ll I emphatically NKWS pAl'KH.f'"''!"' I'enplennrt Oy the Pwpf. I la n. nmn are always oM'n fur in dlMMlMtnn of tallies Of lawst to Ita patrons. u. VOL. 30. MIDDL I7RGH, SNYDER CO., PA., FEBRUARY 9, 1893. NO. G. i X EB ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Miss Mertie Smith visited friends in Sunbury, Saturday. Harry Outelius is confined to the Lou Be with scarlet rash. Jurors receive two dollars per day, and twelve cents ft mile. Minn Carrie Baciiman is visiting friends and acquaintances in Sun bury and New Columbia. Foster Runklo, of Spring Mills, Centro county, is stopping with his brother, John, at this place. For CO days only I will sell all my goods at and below cost. E. C. Mas deck, McClure, Pa. Indian or corn meal and vinegar, or lemon juice, used on the hands, will heal and soften them. II. II. Lcitzel and John Hartman of Millheim, spent a few days with friends in Middleburgh last week. Sure cure for tooth-ache : Fill your mouth with cold water then sit on a red hot s...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 February 1893

LATEST TELEGRAPH JOTTINGS DOMESTIC AND rOREION. "What la Going on The World Otm, Important Event Briefly Chronicled. rime mu4 Peaalilew. Martin Koy was sentenced to be electrocn ted at Pamir mora (N. Y.) prison during tbt week beg in ni n K March 13. Mm. Jacob p. I.iiuley. handsome Brook lyn woman of 'M yeart, after a brief quarrel with her husband. liot him in the head with a rnlibre revolver and then shot her self behind t lie oar She died almost lustanl ly. and lie is exited to die. At St. Louis, Prank Hcnschel shot ana probably fatally wounded bis ireetheart, Miw Alice Pruee, at her home, 'the police, lo king fur tliu would-be murderer, found hit dead body in an alley two block t away, lie was prububly cra.el by cigar ette. Luke Tatuni. the tiero wife murderer, was hunted at t'amdrn. Ark. . - - Prrsaanl. Kx Secretary of War Kndicott is lying e ri'iiW ill with pticntuonia at bis lioiuin KaNm M.i . - 4. . - Jxllrlul. The iowa Supreme Court has deeded that "IVobrinian oats'' notes ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 February 1893

i URE ICHTHYOLOGY tUTBBPHETID BY DR. TALMAOEk Oo Creeled th riniiy Trlba Bfor All Others! and the Beared Writings Are rtlUd With Their Im agery. Bible Flahes. TfXTi "Aarf Orxl mid. Ltt Ih trnfri briny forth nhunriiinllu Iht moving crea ture fnaf aaf (I . It jnesis I., t. fflutl now boo't tbs BlbU Is? After thlrty-el year' presehine; from It and dis cussing owr wrsinuifrens suojacts touoaeii on the word of (Jul, the boo li a fredi to ma a whnn I learn!, with a stretch of In fantile memory, the shortest Tern In tha Plble, "Jesus went," and I opened few weekt ago a new realm of Biblical interest that neither my puipit nor any one else's hsd tver explored, and having spoken to vou In tblsuouresof sermons on uo 1 every where concerning the "AsrronOTiy of tne Hthle; or, Ood Araonc th Mar;" tha V hmnolofry of tha Bible; or, Gad Among tha C'-'nturie;" tha "Ornithology of tha HiMe, or, Uod Amnnn tha Blrdi; tha "Mineraloty of the Blblv; or, Ool Among the Amethysts," this morning, a I mar ha d...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 February 1893

t i ! i DliVbUIittrjIf't. PuMinhoil overy Thursday. T. H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which tnuM bo nnlil In advance when sent ont slile tbo county.) RATI I OF AOVIRTISINO. All trnnsclcnt n.tvertlcment not otherwise i.tirm-f-i fi r will ( rhiiriOMl nt the rule of . t ents T lllii' llonp idi-l mi'.is'irr! fur first lniT 'Inn amt In cent l"-r line fur rviT' stllmciient Insertion. Thursday, February !, ISM. LOWKLL. "Diil your house shako on lust riturn lay iiiilit ?" whs tho nncstioii uski'il liy I'vrryotip you mot mi the street. Answer: "Yes." O11S.it- iinl. iv, Wist Heaver lu M its nomi mitioii f.r township olliccrstoho vot for ut tho Spring i-lei'tion . . . . ). Hi -iitiingi-r says lie was given enough tickets at tln primary election to hiil his hoi st s for two wiiUh. . . .Tlit party that slippcit uroiim! the corner to rust his ballot always njihohls the Uft lino : "1 vuito oilier as you wish to ln ilono ly." I". No. PAXTnXVILLK. Sin prise patties nif...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 February 1893

EriofFam Hausa Barrick LiEvr.it Kekxal IlAitrrn. Ich hob nhuut K hiu 1 (,M roiMu nn onncr do Hehwontz obfrcMHA in kulil updilor won era fotnlrr oiiH-Keht, ich hob Hliant oft gftdenkeil oh hcII .lor foil is niit nirriHchn. Do ohh llullrrhcckft wnilzhoimu in no mi roiMu nenht. An Conner winder liuckn Hcliinnich uiiiulTii nn Hchwttzn wii'Kii olios os nwyuit. Ken wi-ips-nu'iiHch is Howvcr os do nhtroHo f lnwfcil, nn won mo t-htuppa Hct nn itncs fun ln rodda freindlich buwil coouin don Hin rH nn hob diitzcnt n(T ern K'Hbpoor. Won an iiioiiMkarl ml tKii da roddu knicd uwi-r guid nincm bisuiss noacb, butziiwlcd Hi opener tox nn hIiooMu un eimred Hi fninillin, tlou tzccpi so fii ob obout olln oneru dawg. Won ols ts free-yore cooined rdon Rii'iia do rodda ouHiiuoniier. Ya- dor cbbor is fro won ols dor Kooinor cooincd so oa do rodda nows xbprin ya kcnna in do folder nn awoniob wa tza Hoinbi far era foinillia. Won se nbofla don nebwotza ho not ho feel un dp besHer kIonh fun loit ben rue. Ich w...

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. — 9 February 1893

THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. T. H. HAUTER, Edits ajid Pae'a. middi.kiiit.ijII. pa., kkh. i. k. TLe new Governor of Colorado wants the accentanco of a railroad pae by a Stale cflicial to be made a penal offense. Modern charity, accrdin; to the New York Independent, is Jsvctopinir alow two line tlio line of personal contac; tad tbo line of scientiiic method. It is rlaimel that over i.ooo.GO) lm been iuveste 1 in the phosphate busi ties of the South, nnd that tlio business Uus been ovcrdoue, at lent, temporarily. Faj the San Francisco C'bronicV "It is the custom of tlio Kistcrii play wriht when he wis'ies to d?pir!t the newly enriched millionaire to soiect hi) type from California. Tuis may soun 1 better on the luli mi l it may free him from intelligent criticism, for tho aver age Kistern min's i.lei of California and t'alifornians i like the Ilriton'a conception of the North Aui"rivi In dian. Hut the dramatist e nil I I'm 1 in ire perfct typ" of the itiorut un I con ceited plutocrat in No v ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 February 1893

f Aa Issaartaal llreaca. To make it apiwrant to lboitands,wbo think tbinaIrM 111, that tbe ar not affected wltb aa ihe, bat that the sretem slmplr need leaMiog, h 1 brlii comfort home to tbeft heart. as a eoetlve condition l eaallr cured by uelns Prrap of rig. Manufactured br the California fit PympCo. It 1 calculated that In the entire world 6) penpi die erery roinuie. If affllrtod with sore ere n tr. IaaeThnmp (Ob's I re-water. lrnflull at per bottle. Jfr. Wn. Wad Of Lowell. INDIGESTION RELIEVED fen -1 Uoed Appetite and ffaad Health ta ilored ty HOOD'S Mr. Win. Wsde, the well koown boot tod ihoe dealer at 1? Merrinisck St., orar tho Foslofficrt, Lowell, tiyi: When I find t fro thlnw I feel Ilk prainint It. and I know from personal eiperU ore that Hood's Harsaparllla li a fine mrdl tine. I hare for a good many ) car boeo serl susly troubled witU Distress in My 8tomaoh nd Indigestion. I Lai merilrat advloe, pre. icrl pilous and Yarlou medicines, but tuf trouble lsa not retieveil. At...

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. — 9 February 1893

KEOKIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF SNYDEK COUNTY roil 1S02. . TAHULAK STATEMENT ah-twin amount of countyand stat Uxea as aessed, oolleeted, returned, eomtiiitaioii. eihonoratlon and abate tuenta allowed and outttAudintt, fur the year 1893. A I Ml. I '4 " I.Vid i.l IV-Ml'l I JIVi VI vi'.i ;. ttM'.s 114 lllt ;- t IIT'ml wis i .; h; ): i t vw 3 ( IVN M i-r m Oil II MTU M . iHSTKH;r Aiialut Heaver Heater West hi r 1 haptnmi Franklin .1 n-ksnn Mldlrcluri;h Mldulet re. k Mini roe vim I'elTV V rry West prln if Hi-llniiirrovo I'lllnll UimliliiKton ivir.t.Kcrom. j 4 fx nmiliT l l uic Kuii-tli Will 11 Mllllttl U llllllfatn.lll J.u k-. .11 1 1 i it i in -1 Austin tun peter llt-rii'T H ilHTt X 'hatlllltll ll Mlrh H I Krdlcy II F IIHIIIIIK'I I I. I.ik k l.lnhn A HroHlttt ..u-nli KilU i Hftiry (tuts, St I A J urosa I l Ki'lirl"1 i.liilin J tiitndrtim TdIhN f4 1 7-J 1C TAHULAIl HTATKMKN r itliowiiu ntnl niitfttKitlinit tai4 for H'H Mi I I I lliilatiin Vt I Collect- KoDnr-1 (MiUtnnil-1 IMS ri( UTS. " IJ....

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. — 23 February 1893

u . . THE POST nsTUC nnor CVl Co.CommUioiv. In irnphnMonlly n NEWS. PA I' Kit, for l Iip people and tijr thi l'wiplp. ltd mi nimis arn lwysox-n for thr dlMMitwion of topics of tautrest to It patrous. Is not no "Otynn." It wt'ar no't'oiiAr." It ii.'vit (IihIkmI a Inmip. AthI ni'vcr hoIiI out. Oii.tmiiti .m clri'iiliit'n iwo HilliscrlitUl)I.Mi a year. 7 VOL. 30. MIDDLBEtJRGH, SNYDElt CO., PA., FEBRUARY 23, 1893 NO. 8. 4i7 fT 7i ' V iT' 1 3 Ok I ... r , I 5 ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Mift Ella Stetleris visiting frionJu in WilliamBport. About 8 inches moro snow fell on TueBtlay night and the Ground Hog is a fake. Mrs. K. C. Walter visited her parents near I3eavcrtovrn several days last week. James O. Hcrbster, of Jamison City, Columbia county writes us that they have from forty-eijrht to fifty inches of snow in that section. Prof. Billhardt and wife, after a stay of several mouths with relatives in Akron, O., returned to their home at this placo on Thursday evening of last week. Have you ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 February 1893

THE MIDDLEBUKGH POST. T. H. HARTER, Kcrrtm bd r'. Mmii.!:nn:iiH. ma., mm.h. 21. mi. Professor Mor.e, cf falcm, Miss., lir. so'.ved tlio problem of homo heating in ft curium fashion. I fo has built a house aitlinll its rnomi fronting s-vithwnrJ, nnd only u pass i on the north. Al most tlio whole smlhcni front of the house is mnilr o.' ",las, and by inm of reflectors I'ro i (ir Morse is e.ialltd on ninny days to licit his whole house witii sunshine alone. At ni.'ht and ou ciou ly dnvs ho h.n hearth lire oiu:. Jnbnr papers 111 Italy havi? recently copied articles tippc inti'. in New Vorls apcn desr-ribinp; the ii i r;i'I; con l.ti ri of Italian laborer living in the hivcls of Mulberry street and vicinity. The Italian cditori appear to bo horritiil a, tho spccta'.-le prcento 1 by tlio .Ymeri:i-i )to, and they beseech their fuilo.v- . countrymen not to emigrate! to thii I country, as they are better oT at Inx.' j than thev wo-.il 1 ever 1m in tr, c.ty. ! it h Mil t n: tho I'uilel Pt-iti ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 February 1893

, Aw ar a Uric n timber of arrenla snret. lana whorlalm to at disease la always the re ransprreaeion OI isallire a laws, TM trnnr atim t.t Ii . v S - I.I 1' .u 1 K u i -i . -----. KrvMiw imiu a-uyavtinanai mil bare devoted years to teaching the people Garfield Tea a little Wk, which th claim Iui ihuii peranna, h aireruone are Inl awed, to avoid elrkneaa of all kinds and la lave no Bead for UarUald Tea or a-iy .that Medietas. Hr. Harvey Heed l.aocjrvllle, U. Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa ralysis of the Throat "I Thank God and Hond'n Sarta partita or IVrert Health.'' "Oentlemen: For the benefit of suffering ho inanity I wish to state a few fnrU: Fur several rears I bare suffered fnim rntnrrh and heart failure, (retting m ImvI I cmM not work and Could Scarcely Walk I had rerjr bad siUlof parnlysli of the throat srane lime oifo. My throat seemed cloned and I rauM Mf tralltr. The doctors anld It was rand by heart failure, and vera tne. II rliie. which I took axrurdin to direction, but It di...

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. — 23 February 1893

Published every Tluirmlar. T-B. BARTER Efiitur and Propnctor. Subscription 1.00 per year. (which must tic tviM In nilvnnco when sent out Hi Ie tlii- county.) RATES Of ADVERTISING. All trnn-i, . if MyitM ni"iit wit otticrwl't com met. f.ir wiill Ii iiv. il at tin1 rite nf H cent i r line ul"l i - i r for tirst liner- tlon iinl 10 cents .T line for very stiliscnuciit Inwrttim. Thursday, lYbruiuy 2:1, 18!U. Cutting into Pensions. The IViiioenitic members of tlie lnnne still committei' mi nppropriu tions in framing the iuiiui:tl pension ftpprnpri:it inn Mil for submission to tht? full cmiimitteo lnn liMi vigorous Ullsl ltl'ht nil tilt! (It pell. lent Ulnl li i!ilility pen -imi net prop.isi'il by tin- lltpul'licill f( ll''l vs'S ill lVHI. Tin y li:ie a.l'ptcl U liu'iiiief of lllili'llilllli'tli s cli:ilii.'ill tli'lt 1:1 W. Tim follow inn are tin principal cli tiiiies m i'l" : Tii il in wi.l'v shall receive 11 pension itn.liT t lit lift nf lv:'ii tllili s, llllll i id tn tllf unUirr prio...

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