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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 April 1893

c I j -rrlT- - . ...... j ... ...... . . .. . . ... THE POST il1KI(.f'"rll",l'K'l't'"n !?. .... ..r. iwvown for Jt.-rislUjita putruiii. 1 . VOL. 30. tems of local interest .ill tho DtTHon who l)onowol M i.SLaunou'B pliiHtcriuR trowel pIoiiho otnrnitt He ia in muni out. Jlonoy ami timo m o valuable, lmt . i i. . ,:i. i.i. man may do huhimu- "" Vlion lie lias more ofuhrr than lie nn Kpoiul. X Tho Oliver chilhul plow ami all tho VnTH llOWU to UiO iniiH'!l, mm, iro always kept in otock at Welr.el'rt , iish Store, Swineforil, Vi. ' Mrs John Stahlnoekrr anl Mins ilau'ffio r.olenlor left for Akron Ohio tn Tuesday after-noon to visit rela tives ami friend. A Foh S.u.r. at a Smiufhe 1 5-ton fc-agon neales rompleto;" 1 new 'Yield Hido-hill plow: 1 now dale ulky euHivator. Call at onee, will i 11 cheap. A. II. ITi.su & Son. Kheutnatism is quickly cured lv ising Arnica & Oil Liniment. For nlohy W. H. Beaver, Middleburh, ,nd J. V. Sampsell, Centreville. 4. Head tho extraordinary bargains...

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. — 27 April 1893

LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS i VOTH FROM HOME AND ABROAD. Wt-at It Oolni On the World Over. Important Events Briefly Chronicled. sTasMnt tan Kews. Congressman Springer, of Illinois, 1 ejsKli'vl w'th having secured an ther posi tive ruling from the administration, this time from I'Astmaster General Hisst-ll. Mr. Fpringrr it raid to have put the case In this manner: "I understand, Mr. PntinBter erner.il." he s nd Hint y.ni have deter m i nii I to rf iii n Keptihiniiu Po-tmasteis the full term of four ven's when nothing run I proved against thrir character or nbil ity. Jttit suppose tint" (i postmaster appointed nv Mr. Harrison served three years anil ilieil. an. I a Ketmblir.in successor wn npi ointed. will tine man he allowed to nerve four year, dating from be issue ilthe original com mission, or will he he allowed to serve four year dating from the Issue of Ins own com mission.'' "Me will I e allowed." said Mr. llia-ed. slowly and positively, "to serve out four year of lu own." Interna...

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. — 27 April 1893

'1 urvt tlie I out erv is 11 i in lay I' I (rot t io v. DR. TAUM6E8 SEBUON TBB TH AWHIJIBSART OF L TsbernaoU Pastorate. H. Speak of cesiful nd Tstls of a MlaUUr'a Trials nd Triumphs. T.tT' "A rftnnn alftrmr. inf inrviw ir-rw wefv seals. 1 th mnl piw four and twly it." Revelation r.. 4. Thit trit I choM chiefly for the nnm"l itnmtionw nnmHr, four nil twenty. That M th number of elder sentel round tha a-one of Ood, but that In the numhor of unseated around mt Brooklyn ministry, td every ruin' ' throoe of blessing or sting, throne of good or tvll. And to y in th' mr twenty-fourth nnlv.-rsary nwn si w"" " ...r. I they up"11 ou ,n reminiscence ni ami tears. Twenty-four rear a to .d in this city to shcoher.l such flock mitthtceme, ami thnt day I cirri! In on ' arms the inmni ion no in two wwm in in H I will hlp ordain to the gospel inistry, booing thnt hit will be preaching )t iifr my poor worn it done. V have rwl"l into our membership pr 4J) mills, but they. I think, are only knll portio...

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. — 27 April 1893

J m Sfce giValfliunjI lost. Published every Thurfidfty. T- H. HAHTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per your. (which must tx tmlrt tn artvation when wont out- Mill' til count.) RATtt Or AOVIRTISINO. All initm lent tvlvcrtl-etm'tits not ntlirrwlmi nmlriictcil fur vv III In- ch ir.i 'l lit the r.tt of 1ft rents (XT 1 1 1 tc (iionuio iiicu-urci fur llrxi inser tlun ntul in cents per lino for every tiiseiiiciit Insertion. Thursday, April 27, 1803. Republican Ticket. Mi.TtfT, At.riti.n n:i nr, As-..'l.i'o .l'i'l-'' . TAYI.olt liUXIlll.ltl.INt;. Tn i-nnr. . i '. -i:i tu l. I '-Main'- i!oi,rs. riioM x- ii i : i : it r t : i .1 tMK KliUI.KY. -i.i 1 1. .1 I . It'lW l ln. . i . v. in i.i: i r t i . !!!. M XII X!l I'liii' k. o ............ u..... i . i i. i .' r. -v .i. v : v. ! ii. II. i .it N .III in H-" I. 1 1 .xi lv 1 1 v . II. li. i' . ' in . .... ... .-iv .1 r. I I'll' II. l . - 'Mil - :l. Win. II il l null. i ii.i;ii'.ii. .1. 'in r X.U.I: .,t. r I r.niKiiti .1. II .1 I i 'I .1...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 April 1893

- c v.... X' 1 , Ir li r: he. fc r- V0BTTBEVOKTON. Wbcrhnu been rather un t to the farmer. They are hi their Bowing nd planting CTont storm on Thurmlny fsiJeraUo ilamiiffe. Mpocialy f0,ets where it tore down je timber.... The Union ferry Mone.l at prcacin o" u L l- u i nuulit by the terriolo fcrnl high water which mink ;m boat.... I'M am Charles for Williaiusport where he Ln.l H(hool....John S. Arnold lo Willianmport to titko hid Eon a nawmill. John was 1ious1hiH winter, I believe ke a Koil doctor. . . .Some of jva made atrip to the luinbi-r taBiidrepo t no work yet pscitz, ono of tho bojrt that n fow weeks ngo.i eturncd Ilia ailment was what boys v get when they don't hear 1,nketllorattlo....r. C. How .:iidour township ft visit to fc fdiool directors m inn ie f,.r County Superintendent. twerHoxisa man that is well for that oflice, and I believe will mako a good Superin-int. TKOXKLVILLi:. it nlnL to 1 ie wet weauier, nire lliau Lie half of tho outn aro jut to L 4vn John r. .ccliinan...

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. — 27 April 1893

4 ... TUB MlDDLEBUItOn POST. T. H. IIART1R, Edits avd Ps'. MIWM.KHriUiH. I'A., AI'IUL 27. mi. Hie total amount of deposit Jtnuary Int. 1833, in tho iavic;rs banks of tho State of New York was 1710,454,662. Tho Dumber of open account km 1, CJ3.804. It is estimated that it would take an annual emigration of fifty thousand Ho brew from Kussi mcrul; to keep down tho natural increase of population, if calculate! at only one per rent, a year. Tho entire report publishol by tho lialtimore American of tho inaugural ceremonies of James Madison consisted of five ami cnc-'nalf line. Many papers devore 1 as tinny ps-fct to the iuaugura tiou of Cleveland. Tt is a rather striking fi.ct, thinks the New Orleans 1'ic.tyunc, thiit all the mem bers of Fro-udunt Cleveland's Cabinet are of Scotch or Knlifh ance-try. Colonel Lttnout'a name is the only one that sug gests a different origin, and his ancestor were Scotch. Koch's Ump'.i his nijain been heard from, aiitiD ances the Ciiici'i It'jr.ill. A Uermn...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 April 1893

1 z: v ''IS Jle ir. "I If I t;' llt'' I C i ore'' Cll I .09 I im'1 ...I 4 ion ,clcDt Flont bcllete that t tic bird laid an ejtg on the lap ol nalDOD. wno wm v nnivu iv iu J1BIUV . . . e the lower portion of the shell th dnrth. the upper the sky. liquid white became the moon, tbo yelk tbe.un, while the little menu of broken nhell were trans int Htftrv Knirllsh and Irish oil fhrlr rhildrpn to nusK ,I1CI W" .. lr upoons through the bottoms of shells after finishing their meal. else the witches will make boats hem." In France ft similar cus i prevails, but the reason assigned hat the magicians formerly used hells In concocting their d lo cal witcheries. bero r in foreign lud, Americas LioDrie, their wires sod awinUnU k following number Presbyterians, 0; MftbOUUM, OI5J, rrTrl I I'blrac. Imrst W-o-R-L-D-s K-A-l-u ami uw th trs to spell u many worils aa yon ran lijr ktf th letters an ninnjr I Imea hi you wish. k-r lk wsnls or forwar.ls, but mt use th Irtter In maklniianv uiirwor.l uiore ti...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 April 1893

Iogersoll on Lincoln. Col. Rohmt O. Ingoroll lately tie liveicl a lecture n Abraham Lin coln, at the N. V. r.roiulwiiy theatre. After briefly tr.inmiariintr the event leafing np to Civil War, Col. Ing.'roll went on to suy : Tho HymimtliicH of Lincoln, his tics of kindred wero with tho Hoiith. Hit ponvictioim.'liin sonno of justice an.l Ii'ih ideals were, with thn North. Lincoln wumu statesman. Ami there i n great diflVreneo between n politician nnd a HtiiteHinan; a poli tician Hellenics in every way to make tho people do hoinethiug for hini, statesman wnho to do something for the people.. With him place mi. power : ic a in:ins to attain an enc' an.l the i ml h the gon.1 ,,f conn try. It in not a common thing to elect really great men to fill tho highest official position. I do not way that tliu meat Presidenti havo been ehoH ou by ftcciih.iit. l'eihaps it would be better to say they were the favor ites of a happy chance. The average man is afraid of ceu ins. lie feels as an awkward ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 May 1893

I 0 "mm: l feSd h ' rrlr It f . , " nf th. t nf boll f reeolrai ltincll, r un V - of the I. rop nf I ranr ) tAkli.g THE POST Vnllr A NEW fihreoplenl ( t4 !!( Of Ih run by the editor. It Ik mil rii OrifHIi." It wear no'follnr." II ni'ViTdcnlirnl ll I.HRur, Ami ni'Vfr mild nut. (limritiilfrdi'liTuliirn 10 JI4 Co. CQnimiMioncra. 1 tiplalcil rlk-l,t !( it MH)DLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., MAY 11, 1893. NO. It). Li ;v. P3ST w-' till iin Wi'iiin v-'ix -v i -' -a. . rir-c-rt-ir v . . m . t: -i-j;ir l. r i , a. v. i ikha r : ii; ! of LOO AL INTEREST spring needs a done of i linn of wliito vesta ami straw just received at Oppenheimor's trove. highest prices paid for wocl kange for clothing atDroifusB, prove. Jiad a rattling frost on Monday jng but no noticeable dauiago hue the fruit. jenhoimer, Selinsgrovo, is pay ho highest prico for wool in tige for clothing, jo. 1 grade of Contro County 21 line Shingles for sale at Ruuklo Itors, Middleburgh. I and boo the magnificent new f millinery and fancy...

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. — 11 May 1893

THE M1DDLEBUEGH POST. T. H. flARTXR, Bonaa aso Pat's. MinDf.F.nuRoif. rx.. may it. ism. flo many people starve to death to Loa 4 on that Jew ciwt attract much attea lluo. Fcrenty per cent, of tba people of Ceylon livo by agriculture. Tbo per centage in Britain is 15.44. According to tho Iron Aire, steel beam for building purpose are at proa eot cheaper than hcvy pine beams. Tbo annexation mnvemeot tcemi to bo ma'iiox projjrcM in Canada, and it bic'a fair to become a very lire issue in a ibort time. "Fertilized firming" it very much the faihion jut now anion progressive farmer in the Kastcra Statu who are workiox worn soils. New Z.-alnuders are protesting against the annexatiin of the Hawaiian Inland by the United State, because that would give tin country complete control of the proposal Pacific calle from America to Australia. Tho people cf tliuSi njvi Iilandt bare not only supported ths churches aud miuistcrs in their own island, states the New York Observer, but last year they se...

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. — 11 May 1893

BntirrAlaa and Re. How do yott kp tint bntUirfly gutter.!. aionnil that roset "Wry easily, when yon Inow bow," tu th reply mada tj the inquiry. "Yon cm thm it n imitation fobs ana an imita t.oa butterfly. Tho roue ia mad of piprr and the ultra 1 a metallic tube. Tl it tube rxtontla eligibly Iwyond the reta's of the flower. The other end ot it ia Oatt'ned like the mouthpiece of i ioe, ao that it con etnily lo )ield in tho month. Two email bnttorHee are fBU'nd to a atriall chler-piU-h ball by means of a very Cno wirv. l'y I'lft-ing the ball directly over the tube and Fently bloing through the tubo the all ia amitx-n.l.-.l in the air and the butterflies have the appcaranre of flut ter. round the rose. Tho effcci pro duced i err aurprisinfr. Of course, the air must "be blown through very regularlf, Thia is the aame principle that makes an egg-ahoU ' a light cork ball remain in cpiilil rinm at the top of a jet of water." Xi-io lurk Mail and Expre. There la a man In Hartford who baa worke...

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. — 11 May 1893

i'tivelj ruior uai.pti n bal ti tliu our -iipr the iio f, I t V I I'k I 1 1 lo the 1 'levtii rilmtr a rarh rdi. I llOI)l Iw nt jr otii. -u b i.o I bill 1 u Ci I ' rn apilol liaii trn mail "Vjii 1 I'll ILiW, -Vm njr it, Wr. u( i I J Fubliahetl eve ry Thursday. T- B, BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $ 1.50 per year. (which miidttx" nuifl in artmnon when scot ouU hIiIk t tic county.) RATttOr AOVfATISINO. All trunirti-nt advert im-mi'M not nthrrwtfi cotit mi'tt'fl for will Im chtiwil nt the Mtn of 11V vnt it lliw ii' im -1 in.'uiuri'i for tint Iiiht flun hikI liiiviiis mt line lor every uliwUi,nl iiint-n ion. Thursday, May 11, 1893. Republican Ticket. HtiirlfT, Ai.ritKiiwi-K.t nr. AltOI'llltl' Jlflt, Z. TAYI.IHI UKMIIKItl.INU. Tn'nuiri'r. '. c. ki:iki.i. 1'olllllllistolnTl, TIH'M ts II KICIItTKU. JAMK- r.KHI.Kt, Audlton. .1. I . Imw I l:i)X. r. I .Mo) 1.11 I "I hit. Pit. MAIt M ItoTIIIKM K. i il I in.H .1. i;. MM II. .... I S i'Ii in I i... . i mm r H .-.i in n ' U r. II.' . ....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 May 1893

Brief Fnm Causa Earrick LiETEtt KritMer. HAnnr.R. Do Polly it grutik far do lednlita tawa worlm. So hut iliT gicksor mrr lim ilo Sox fooH Bet 7. fur tn tnnwil. Do nrflit wculi oh ilo l'olly Ktouk wore liovo irh do Iiouho nrnwet tradoo. Ioh liob bully gotnl brodo Rn-bocka. Ks wore bo gulo on an gwit un is iv- vcr do )ooiia noun g'lufla. Oyir con ioh booka unlit ho good o on wcipH lnrncli, awor mn gVclmr woslm bin ioh not fool funorn bond. Dor hoond hut do iioiitui Howor g'hold:u uwcr cvon mit oia hound binont hilf hov ioh not os nooli in odor lioMn koium, uu de l'olly hut draff inmut far do Betz groogn, uu evil oddor wolo hov ioh ho evvtt hoola niissii. Siddor oh bb do iH hov ioh nix tail do os in du ocka room huokun grownmi wo on older bIioo. Do onnor nooht wore ioh nwouioh blipoto druunu ons IIul loihocka uu ho hut dor l'olly g'nawd bo kont mioh cura. So in draw uu hut on line-doooh ivor sicli g'hcnkod un Ve ich on dor groitz-wnko coonia ' bin hut bo uflf oiu ock-nhtio g'huokod un ...

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. — 11 May 1893

' ' ' v. :. t . i w ft fi BIHK 10 til VI I 'lot's iii nttrilmt. in Iiih earn . f Mr h. 1 aereinnnial mere obnn f .1 alacrity fri inlship. The seem SUI'll IIS HO i M reel but it att-nue coll Mumls erec ill npitol 1 1 - huil .lO.iim fiersr. rowiled '1 In' in n i t icveltilid I mediate -An" fiipl llayaty,. levels momcr -Maths u mrJ v IDOtlt, I l.ilcWr, Lieut an t'. WORLD S FAIRS OF THE PAST. B18TOBT OF ALL THE OBI AT loduttrUl Exposition! Blno the Ids Wa Launched Onr Forty Year Ago. Credit for Mn the originator of world' f;r rauKt be swarded to tht lata Prince Allert, consort of yueen Vic'oria of (reat 1'ritain. The Frst woMd lair wn held In tht Crystal Palace, London. In 1 -."t . and it was l"rinc Albert who suggested the enter prise ami helped largely to nuke it a suc cess. The total number of exhibitors m l.t,0?7. of whom AM were American?. The receipt at the gs.te amounted to I,780,UUJ and the net profit were ITM,""0- In lfc'tf International exhibltionl were lieul at Hnhlln and New...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 May 1893

iC.vb1U i Fit ' r. tb J. n d- J u f '! A' Ilfr" roV. fu V ill the I trick luie ml ictiiij fKl lit lie 4 ; ) - TIME THOUGHTS u )H TALMAOB'B SKBMOW. V ' 'It up I n X oh of Christ Compared t , IV iful OirdWhifi AU th f t AM Kept OpB and I , t, i ) Chris! I IhaOsrdanw. """hi ; ' " iJr; r ' , A.ii-. of gfifUnf, ft frrfl 0 ,ri j- y,, ( ttrramifroM efioaon." rr"'t. i Honic It., IS. h ; f the finest pardon of olden time eu.Sr found at foot of Mount Le- thWri descended. and winter whitened it,, too of the mountain. Then when th in fins; wiwther eame the snows melted irol down the side of the mountain tri or great luxuriance to the garden at , :ti- and you now the allusion of my iv in It apmkM of th fountain of gar- (stream from lietianon. 1 ' ;. i and antn the chur di in repr"nd rn a.' len all upand down the word of ;od, tam.'" flirur specially mriretlve rt '.hl I,, . s I the year, when th pnris and the ,r of. I at about to put forth their blossom a air la fUUwl with blr.t voice. ... 4 hrr w...

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. — 11 May 1893

.1 -tii , iin Ihal tlio nr II I.Tl 1.1 ill. 'Irene Kill 111. CENTRE V I LLE. went down by Ilerndon. About 8,000 I were caught which will be Another Some of our people nre talking of harvest for J. D. Bogar if he gets cither going to the World's Fair or them Mrs. Isaac Wittner died on remaining at homo. That's all right. the first inst., aud was buried on the The trees nre slowly pushing their 4th at Witmer's church. She was leaves. Nothing but rain, was the1 aged 70 years, 1 month and 20 days, talk during hint week l' J. Bolig'and was tho mother of eight children nnd wife spent hist week among rel- five of whom with the husband ativrs in Jersey Hhoro Every dog j survive her. She was a member of lias his day, but the night belong to i the Evangelical Association for fifty tho cats J. H. Hartman, M. F. 'years and died in that faith. Tho Shcary and Samuel Brunner paid' services wero conducted by Kev S. Miflliuburg a business viHit on Sat- W. Ilerrold, assisted by Iter. Davis, urday.......

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 May 1893

. i .'. ;;;ri:.::r 1 ! I 8 IE POST THE POST plmtlpntly ft I, Pwipl. l' ?' MM lw.vln il,Miln of U''l" ' tut to lt pulruufc I rnti liy tlu nllior. )i hum mi orifmi." It WMirniiifCollKr." It tii'venliultrril a Isnur, And nrviT mild nut. (limrnnttt it cin iilal'n 10 Co. Commissioners. ol. ; i EMS of LOCAL INTEREST The Mil prohibiting the killing of d doer for three years fuilod to jconie a law. Mrs. Wittuer, of Sunbury, in tho , iest of J. G. Crouse, Esq., uud : imily. :The Misses Hcttrick of Shatnokin m, aro visiting friends in our urg. 'Oppcnheimor. Selinsgtove, is pay jt: tho highest prico for wool in itehuugo for clothing. Illobt. Spado nml wife of New Iii-r-91 paid u viHit to Middlcburg i t la jves on Sunday. Tho highest prices paid for wool ji exchange for clothing at Dreif uss, jelinsgrovo. I A No. 1 grudo of Centre County 21 Jnch pine Shingles for Halo at Eunklo k Walters, Middleburgh. Mrs. II. H. Leitzel and children of Milhcim, are here on a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 May 1893

MKMIDDLKBURGliruST. T. B. ITARTKR, Edit add re'a. Minni.Kiiiritoii. r... may is. mi. Tbo Netherlands ere Mid to he worth $4,035,000,000 aud Delgium 4, 0:10,000,000. There arc snid to bo 70,000 lawyer en the United Ktatcs, one-seventh, of hum have offices in Now York. Australia linn just completed the first locomotive i vi r Imilt on the island Continent. It was constructed nt Mel bourne. Tbrt colored ic opk of Virginia par ;axes on real -.t rtt valued at $;',4J.",. 5H(", and on m Tnoiml .ropcrt7 valued t .?,34'J.;:i. A llronklyn (X. Y.) inventor ear lie ran rnjtl a lii' stcini-dup across tin1 Admit:.' in three and a li'ilf days with nlvhurii acid, )wcrcd sugar aud chlorate of (ntli. Altlm-igh ! have th" oir always itii ii", n tw.i-e.iit I'.ritihh (iiiiuiui, lS.)D Issue, iMstip. mhiiiji, was Hold at miction in tlii't t.ty the nth t week, muses the N. w York Iiidcoctidcut, for 81010. ' The New York Sun shows that while in the country nt Vv.' thi irooortioii of foreigu-lmrii iiilmliita...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 May 1893

n i. 'I hi i ;t.f i if it r 1 ml lot Hi,' in' t t r : t .St it in u I'irif jrjfc J. Ul b. E rt ii wt'? lilUI tw.l tin' f t'i ri-f uilf I III'! I. f II.': tb; il L I It ilr. Ceo. TT. TwUt I'olunia, in n t'oluma. Wis. All flun 1 Puxilinar C All Run Down Puzxlins Case How Health Was Restored ned From 130 to 170 Pound. A few years atto my health tailed me, and United several hylrlana. Not on onuld fly ilianoio my raw and their medietas id to ittvc rs let. After mtirh persuasion I Inrnt-ed to take Hood's r.rstarilla. Ilava Hi la-veral bottles and am mat-b Improved, hi an all run down condition I have Wn nred to nod health. I nrmerly 1 Weighed JOOD'S Sarsapanlla CURES pntinds now I balance the Malm nt 174 III i In. Hood's Kanuiparllla La Wn a great Irflt to Dir. and I have rrrnmmcndrd It to Hula, who realise, rood result by its tiar." A. V. Twist. Oolntna, WutndiHrn Co., Wis. luad'a I'lllavuir Ui-r Ilia, hi brlK Jauu- .'' ( a IlKllgralkin. Try a bui 2 nut. P S I' 1 JO German iS yrup 5 ,1 ...

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. — 18 May 1893

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