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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 August 1893

1 1 : i j, ( Jl Yf-r k - V , tfofFun Hausa Sarrick tKnisELHAnprn. . Uookr Freind Hunlit ilo in lirvfi ilrnw pulcnke.l wo rawr jiuT Eh hut lots fuu leit oh ml sin no Ions os se dioh una t, nwcr won ho tlich ainohl ouho ed Inn ilon uli in i mi ho ilich t srawva wo cn oiwo-g'HOokelilo jon. Po wi'Klo is full ho fiieinl. tloeim ninotzio favors tloonht ifuHhoil cna iler Uwonmelit 4I011 In no ilieh in iter check. 4-uo U cu onery sort freiml. Eh 1 woo freimllieh tsiuVinioK'rwclit ;ji won h tun ileio Hcbwetzu ilon slit ilu ho warn oil tzooker 1111 icb, awer won lu tier buckrl 'lit don Bin ho ufT ilcre wo do eHbpft. Sclly sort leit wissii R.'rsn dicb ic un won t-bbcs yt mit diners frcindsboft o.l t ilere Holver don iloona flees iddlaoswo dor sretz ho oh bbcr eH fongt, un olla mold f fartzii'la wards snvscr bis ho i cn elcfont ouHcra mouso su ed" Lcn. "Do munht awer uix g" is iru nbprieb-wordt. So 8 Hfiwpa oil Hclvcr doo. Der n ebbes Roodes in dincra Jioldins odder in dincra f rcind pf:. happe...

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. — 10 August 1893

lUKMlDDLEJiUROIirOST. T. B. I7ARTIR, Eorraa aj-d PnVa. MIDOI.KIH'IIOH. PA.. AVd. 10, 1193. Artlatlo eofEne axe nowadaya made at of wood palp. Among the industries of the United Rtates that of paper making now hold fifth place. In the twenty years that have elapsed linee the clone of the Franco-Prussian war Europo has doubled her military strength. Although worth $33,000,000 at the tho time of his death, Loland Stanford; Wrowed money nil hie life, and said; that ha coald bavo profitably used i more. A remarkable discovery has been Inade at Carrog, near Llangollen, 'Wales. While a number of workmen were carting stones from the bod of the river Dec, they discovered tho re- mains of an ancient church, which was , washed down by a heavy flood 200 ' years ago. Tho scientific investigors at Munich claim to have discovered that "Asiatia I cholera is essentially a poisoning with with nitric ncii generate.. 1 by Koch a J comma bacilli." This is cntercstmg. If we can't kill tho bacilli, iierha...

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. — 10 August 1893

jumei-ATED corfc tnl bltumei ied Into blocks Is used for pit th itrecu of London, elattlclt, g IU cblcf recommendation. k bodsJyCures mend Hood1 Parpr Hie and Hood' Pills. I i bars wfTrrrd very bum I with severe After UkiM els botliet . of Heed's l?rlfl" end tirabeieanf Hood flits. 1 m frd rirnb!dlmi I inow Slnnd'a Hsrsaparllla ll best meditln.t.v.r took" . me v.i',w.Y. nxHoorva. r.i'.rllt cur nrsruis. a gu m-t - 3 THE WAIX TArER MEKCHANX TIT 1 1 BELLS THE BEST, fll I II T1IE CHEATEST 'ALL PAPER Mir" V. Bad 3e. Hold rat.ere.e., r,Vf. -seed . miiiiim fr asas-le.. f Weed Hreea rilleberaa, l'a. wins SPECIFIC Tor rnoTUnff the entire svstem I elimlnatlnir .11 Poison fn.m th Hlooil. whether of scrofulous oi khuial orlf Id, this preparation baa no aiual "For eighteen month I had aa I ratine sore en m? tmutne. I trrsled by best lecsl I hr.trtaii X iliinel no relief it ho scire trraniially -rrea e. I dual It took ft. H. P., ami waa entirely jed after usuiR a few bottles." t. U. McLcmomk, lls...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 August 1893

MONROE TOWNSHIP. ire I 1 1 ,i mi Ir Ilain tmikfi-n iui' in tlt-maml here but at niiiiinakiug i of late origin i but few have loarnej the trade and mono buny in other parts of thin great nnivere that we are obligod to wait until tho guoil Lord will "let it rain Hut-vesting is over and people are repai in their noil for rvuiter grain .... l'eaches and apples ire now fact pi tting ripe but have not developed an in previous yearn A lot of bo.va well known to tho writer, have got it into their head to have roasting earn and as corn has but few grains yet they spoiled a lot of corn for norue people on the ast side of lVnn'n Creek. IJoys, know your nainen but will refrain r ..-.II I . il A rom puiuisimig liiein tint, m respeei your parent h, but take warning. If it happens ttjjain you will be marched to the intone pile at Middle- burgh Little nine 111 o u t h o 1 d 'rank Wilson, sou of Chan. A. and Annie Wilton, died of Cholera in fantum on Friday morning Aug. 4th. ... i .. .... t :.. i .....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 August 1893

I f" Co. CotumlMionr. THE POST Wntlonlly ?JRW! u fiirihfrenrlen people. t rol fcrfl mm "I"'" truwlon of toW Of Ittultapa'rous. In run tv Hip editor. II itiini n "Orcun." II Wfiirn nn'Tolliir." II llfVITll')lltfl-lt Issue, Ami iii'ver iliout. suOn'rlpl Ion 1 1.50 iM' I i m i imp? MttNiw I1s fltoffi 15 30. MIDDLEBUltGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 17, 1893. NO. 32 MS of LOCAL INTEREST r- lumn and tho county fairs big ig. jeket concerts are licKl every 'j&S now. rivr is now too low for good g in many places. threshing innchino is now in the rural districts. jd KunklflA Walter's special iu in offer on our last puce. a Grnngcr's picnic nt Williams begins August 2sth and closes .'2nd. I old friend David Ocker, who 8en sick for several weeks, is on jt again. ' Maio Rnnklebcrger, of ifonl, is attending Musical Col- Freeburff. who is virtuous is wise ; and is wiso is good ; and ho who d is li.iprY, lies IJuLb of near Beavertown Sunday in Middleburgh, the Vf his aunt. Sirs. K.C. Walter. Salli...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 August 1893

IHC PRESIDENT S MESSAGE. UNCONDITIONAL REPEAL Of th Pllver r-urchaa Cltuit Aekd for and Tariff Itsvision Afterward. President Cleveland's mcsag in pre nll to botli branches of Congress ou Tuesday. It it as lo lows : To the Cuwjrr uf tht I'nitM Stilt rt : Tli existence l mi a arming and extra ordinary li.iiiiirH situation, involving the welfare and i-tr'-scnty f all uur people, baa const ramml me to c t I together in riirt easion III l-enplt s representatives in Con K rests, to llii' end Hint through a wise and patriotic iereis l the legislative duty witli which they solely are barged, present tii may l m 11 iitea mid dangers threat ening tn tutor limy In- averted. Our unfortunate liuaticial plight M not the result uf untoward events nor of condi tion! M'l.itrd to our natural resources, nor is it traceable lo any ol the iillliitions which frequently check iistinnai growth aud prosperity. Willi ileiniiiiii crops, witli abundant promise ot remunerative proiuc lion Hiid mnulacturc, with...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 August 1893

DR TALHAGE'S SERMON. GLAD CHBI8T DIED. mlntnl Brooklyn Divine Prsschss C'hsrso'sristio Harmon Full of Thought Tortha Hiuti. " W'nof Ae Ihnl enedrmiicfA f f that died, yro, rnihrr thnt in rinm njnin, f rem at Wle riqt han4 of tnl, trhn nl--r7 tntTcnnim for r.' Ilomnns Is Is the last snrmon t shall ever i," said Chr stma Kvans on the 1.1th le, ir:W. Thru days afterward ho i t I do nn know what his text was, know thnt do man con 1,1 choose a !t aiie though he knew It waa the Inst should ever preach -than the subject in thl text. I flung thla ehnllnge of the text to th J nil ecclesiastical ami civil authority. md neither swords or llona. earth nor Plnrlrtlnn alew uncounted thousands I Ills administration, nnl the world hns Kill ol persecution, hut nil tbe perse lot th world could not affright Tnul. I Isvnuse ho waa physic-ally strong' p. I suppose hf waa very much wenk hy exposure nnd maltreatment. Was susehe waa lacking In sensitiveness? j'nu find tha moat delicate shade ol f playing I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 August 1893

PubliHlict every Thursday. T- H. HARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which must be nati In aiUnnre when sent out Mle the enmity.) NATCt Of AOVIRTItlNO. All trww'leiit i1vrrili'minta not otlKrwlM rnntrorteil fur will Ih i -hiiriri'il at Hie rate of 1.1 renta per lliMMiiniiurli' tiiiMHiiri') for first lnwr fjon and lucent p"f lint) fur every ulmeiuiit Insert lun. Thursday, August 17, 1S93. Republican Ticket. MHTlff, AI.ntKKM'KillT. A WH'iilt)' .lil'U1'. Z. TAYI.olt (iKMIIKHI.INii. Treiisiirer. '. I'. KK1HI.I. I'mnnil'Mmicr, TIHM HKHHTKII, I A M K" KIIIM.KY, AH'llfiTN .1. IKiWKHs'iX. I . K. M l.ll IVipniirr. Hit M A II AN I' KitTlllinrU. Republican Standing Caanitteo .1ilni -.1. ;. M! I'lli iirlli..!. K. VVttiT.iH. IWllUT Vl' lull I n"l, ll III MlllH V. IHMV.-r W -i v in. Ih - i- r. s anyiler. tviitre- II. i'. ;iini'''ll. Win. Il iriniiiii. rli;llli:Hl--.Mlll MI'T. A. W. UnliriT. Krtiikliii J. ll'.waH li"'l-'. .Lun. - l;ni rllhr. Jui-kwiti Wm. Miirilu, 1'i u r h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 August 1893

lore Sand, O Lord ! reoent convention of relig- irkpra among railway men oil-man ntateil that tbe riro- c would terminate with pray- 4n rail war workoin. a con- t ami an engineer. Tlio rou- leil off in an earnest nppeal jfe Divine bleHsing, ami was fol f ly the engineer, a man of f convictions ami great deter ion, and possessed of moral fco to an unusual degree. He jarncat and active in serving lrd as formerly be was in the fe of Satan, and prayed with iervency, after this manner : B are here. O Lord, to ask thy iig on this work. The ob ihave been removed. The loco e is on the track, tho water is (boiler, steam is up, but, O 'give us more sand ; it's sand lit. sand in going up hill to is from slipping, sand in com iwn hill to imikoushold. What ijit is more sand, O Lord I" ")ngth of the Lutherans. I Mr. Domer, the foremost fran minister in Washington, ccent conversation with "S. tho Philadelphia Star, dwelt nlurly on tho educational ad o that the church had thrown J tho peoplo of the...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 August 1893

niEMlDDLKIWMU IUST. T. H. IIARTER, Xdit amo Pks'r. MIDDI.EHl'IMiH. I'A.. At'O. 17. Hft3. Mulhall estimates that the civilised Nations annually pay $13,700,000,000 for food. The Midnight Hand of Mercy I the name of a New York society, organ ized for the purpose of chloroforming call. . The Nan Francisco Chronicle avers that tin) great majority of tli Siberian convicts are on the tuorat level nf the brutes of tho fi 1 1 . and hut kindness shown to them woiiM He regarded as flitfti of weakness on tut purt of tAeir overseers. At tun auction sale, the other day, of the personal property of the late (iov error Hale, of New Hampshire, Mock having a ar value of S-, TOO, Mill), ntid promissory notes w ith a face value of $."7,0()(), were sold to the highest bid der for loan than $7. Mexico's (Sovcrtimctit lias again re , sorted to it oM plan of scaling salaries vy from five to ten per cent, in order to keep expenses within it income, but tli in titin tin- money taken from tlx1 salaries is to...

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. — 17 August 1893

HANI I ART ASPECTS Of BREAD MAKING. rt crnvn rrmcnt, w. t. , M'tb Commilonw, New York Cltj. in noefrr, if one would uiulcr J th sanitary imjiwta of limul Inff, to fully comprehend tho ires llieory hf'1'1 by scientist of perm thfl port played by them in disoaso. theory of disosi germs in merely Duma girun to tho knnwleilfte bad lose germs by mndiral meii, a knowl- E which i tho resnlt of inniitnors xiterimotits. Hoiug this, tho oll !i of "theory" has) become a tnis i r. A perm of a disease, id a plant, pifill tint I do not know how to ex f intelligibly to the general reader ek of size. When this germ is in biced into tin' blood r tissues of iimkIt, iti" aetion Appear to b. an Wins' to tlmt which tke plneii when it id added to dough. It' attackn Win elements of tho blood or tissues, -destroys them, Rt tho mini) time lacing new stibstnuci j. rr.'.. . - - a. - -r.- ,w - -"L'V-'; vi yr '.ii. 4 "iisr.An c.EUMM roi-D Tiir.in germs of the greater part of igrrm diseases, that IH, of the iufo...

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. — 17 August 1893

P. R. R's Last Excursion to the Sea. On Thursday. August 21tli, the only remaining oheap-rnte excur siou to Atlautic City, Ocean City, Capo May, or Sen Isle city will be run by tho IVmixylvnr.iit llailroii'l Company. The i ale f &D fimu Pittsburgh, mi l com .-pomlnigly rciluceil rates from nth--r point, f;'er n rare op l'ci tunity fur it most eoiiorniealtrip to any cue of the aliove-inentioneil I'loinineLt watering places. The tickets are gooil (r return passage wiihiu twelve days, thus giving ample time for a pleasant sojourn on tho shores of the Atlantic. The hu ge number of people uvail iiiL themselves of this really extra oi .lii.ary oiler on the previous runs of the same series vouches for the satisfaction ami popularity which these low-rate seashore excursions in t at the haiitls of the people. The special train will leave 1'itts burg at ."ii A. M., arriving in Phil Aih lphia a little aftir 7 in the even ii.u' The night may be taken in the IJuuku City ami any regular train...

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. — 24 August 1893

4 ' . . ie post jvmwF)f :tww w-weyY LYTHEPOST mhntlrnllv a W KW- Ht, forth." PeTl'snd tin Pmpta. I in col- Is rnii tv hi iVIf or. II In nut. it n -orvaii." II. wi'Hi i iui'H -ullar." It never llihll'i-il n (SStlO, Anil nvrr sold out. 'llncll'llnl$l..0liV(.ir I ,irw ly o",n tor st to It polruua. . . i OL. 30. SMS of LOO AL INTEREST J. Arogood of rottsville, is vis- g at the Hotel Central kr. Shorn Knouse of Swengel is ing relatives in Middleburgh. icy. fox and block squirrels may gaily shot after September 1st kinks Drocse of Adamsburg, was guest of A. H. Ulsb. over Sun- flio new bakery mado its first very of bread in Middleburgh on Jiduy. !rs. UriHh Kerstetter and son of frd, Pa., are visiting grand-pap rid Kerstetter in Franklin. ir. J. Y. and E. Q. Sliindel attend tho funeral of General Samuel jin at Lebanon, Pa., on Saturday. hie Firitt National Bunk of Mid- lurch will be closed on Labor September 2, it being a nation- oliday. 1 . i rs. Will Souls and little daugh- Addie', of Gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 August 1893

RUSSIA. AT THE FAIR THE CZAR'S EMPIRE MAKES . A GORGEOUS DISPLAY. Art and Industrie Shown In Char ctertslle Pavilion The llaiilaa Fur KahlMt Alone I nun red for One Million iKdlar Tleautirul I'rodoct of Siberian Mine. No foreign po r make a larger, more valuable or morn Interesting display In Jack on Turk than the Empire ot Russia. This wa done nt the particular requeat of the Our, to express hi gratitude to the entire repnblio of America for Ha generous help daring the Ute famine that earned for the enow-while country the name, of "Starving Itiiasia." Ia that irmnt and lnex'.iau1IM building the literal art, a large and imposing space ta occupies! by the Iiusatnn exhibit. The parlllnn In which this great display of Hu lan arte anil Industrie l housed, write tauhertne Cole In the New Orleans rieayune, H made of dark, carved wosd, wrought Into tboee peculiar ornate arehc and cornice that even the moet casual oteervcr reeog le directly aa being ciinrnetcristle of llus Ian churebe ami K...

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. — 24 August 1893

mm for toed. BT BET. PR. TALMAOE. rropbt's Vllt to (ha Woman 01 Baunam tha Subject of uit DUcourt. , mm M Ma M-lt mImmm. I k 1 J fn ,nNen wn-rv wnw a yrrru iro- S-H King ". hotel of onr tlm had no counterpart nntertnlnment of oMm time, Th ajorlty of traveler mnirt then b en bnd at private abode. Here fflraii H, rvant of tha Lord, on divine En, ami b must find shelter. A bal overlooklng the valley Eadraelon In f I him In private houne. and it in ra il ly furnlshml for hi oenupney aehatr fen. table from which to eat, candle (by which to read and bed on which to jr -the whole establishment belonging krnat and (rood woimd, r huband. it eem. tm a irodly man. in waa entirely overahadowed by hi j nieellennle. luat aa now you mmn k find In a household th wife th centre krnlty anl Influence nnd power, not by iirnnei or premi mpt Ion, hut by Wlor lntcllne and force of moral nature ling deimeetle. affair and nt the tame supervising nil financial and business rs, thn wile nnn i on inn snuma, on...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 August 1893

Slit gifiMflmnjIf Ihsl PuMishoJ every Thursday. T- E. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mint br- rnld In advanra when sent out ald? the count) .) RATH OF AOVIRTISINO. All tr;in'lnnt inlvprtlwrni-ntu not nthr-mrls contrarcd f r III ! rliurtfi'd at the rut nt 1 tv nt -r 11 m (nonpurtH iii.'itir fur first liwr- Inn nl lucent p.T line fur evprjr auOaoitieiit InmTl lull. Thursday, August 21, 1893. Republican Ticket. AI Tltl-DM'Kt IIT. Am lato JiiiIui!. Z. TAYI.OH i.KMIIK.Itl.INU. TriM-inrrr. I', f. SKFlliH.D. I'liiiimUMoni'iK. TIfnV H IIKIMISTF.II, .1 VMK" K.liDI.KY, Auditor. .1. c. luiw :i!M, . r. MuYKll r.irmiiT. Hit M A It AN U IfullllliH K. IicpUicaa Standing Ccarcittee Ad.ilii II. Mid II.--tt'ntili..l. K. Foltcrolf. Ih'iiw I N I'll in rr'. -d. Inlll Klllti'-V . It..iv.r N "it - win. ll. i'HT. i. . Mud.r. i-lilr.'- II . II. Win. II iltln.ih, 1 1 . 1 1 M 1 1 II .1 'li.l MI'T. A. V. II 'III IT. r r.mklln- .1. Il.iw.ird llo'lif. .I.Hik- Ktitirlllii'. .1 ....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 August 1893

EriofFun Eatisa Earrlck ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Jt te r of Adtnlnlnlrntlon Inthe "tata nl Ivtnl.l llrnfrr, lata of franklin Iwp.. fnjrdrr eonnly, !., aarlna tioon amntM to ixt.ralana.l, ralilln In A.lnlnn Knjr ilr ronntj. Panna., all itroni kimwlnic tiam ! Impll to niM f-tnl. ara rqnmt1 In matca ImmftlUK pavmant, wlitla thiwa liavln tlalinawlli rfnt tli.ia ilulr authentlrat.il Ui lhi unilr.HuiJ. July Hi, 9.1. HF.fTKKR. Ailm'r. FARM FOR SALE ! Ivnird j mit( vt of I.rw1rmrir, nenr tha Fnlr (iroiinil, rontnlnlnir 18 ACKKH, ninriMir Ii-hh. All llniitiiiitin Mill mid well Hiliiptfsl to trw kluir. with vooil tuillilltiir, a line vonnif nrrlianl, mid nil other klinl of milt. Ncverfulllnif water. Will lw hoM at private al nl a verr rciiaonnuln price. Kor I'irtlier luforinntlnn nlilre IIOX I.KWl.HIHI(J. fA. Auditor's Notice. In Jie-. itm'ffHCfl I KtnteofJorih Martin. In the Court of Common J 'lean of iSnidcr Count!. Tim mnl.'iTljjntHl nmlllnr npMtiitct ty I lie (Vitirt of iniiitniili 1'letii...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 August 1893

niKMIMJLKIWKUII IX)ST. T. H. If ARTTR, Korrea aid Pte'a. MIDDLRDiriHSH. PA., Al'U. 2. 1803. Th prison population of India 1 only thirty-eight per 100, (XX) popula tion, or lew than half tho ratio of Oreat Britain. Admiral llelknap, of the United Rtate Navy, think that ill the day of steam an.l electricity :ctnunship will soon become a hist art. Fifty-six year ago t'ie Idoek on which tho Chicago 1'osto.lico uow atiiida wa sold at miction fur d '05. It i now worth $..MM,ot) . Sitm i a country which will sooner or later havo to full to cither Franco or KnUti'l, and the probabilities nre that France will get it, in considcra tiun of her const lit in to the r.ritish occupation of Kgypt. " riniK," intlM"a th New York Mail and Kxpre, "tins rohlx ry of tho weak by tho s'.roti,; vver goes on." Tho Vsndcrbilt are pWnniri? to re produce the extended Knglish estate in North Carolina. A resident1" in be ing put up nt Aj1i'V i i ti which, it i siid, will bo th' :no.t irunilioent pri vate residenc...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 August 1893

Pare Waeleaeisae Qealliy meeds to pablle approval the California ' i . . . . J u.. IA, I a a iu d lasauva remiMy, r-j ru ua iip it a (awnl to the taste and byatttag gently on kidney, H ver bnwela toeleane the sye W effectually. H promotes) the health and jrnfort of all whe, use It. and with million It tba beat a oniy rnnrun The rhlnw lira longer than people 0 ky other nation. We Car It a star. So mutter of " 'on n,n-W'lJ Inr tree. iref. ' VV" "?LrKT N Y Tha t'nion 1'acific Railroad crone nine kountein rante". lnn nra' Hatch's t'nlversal Lngh Hyrup will c ure Jhem.Ve, at druggists. The anchor of the Cam pa Ola weigh 8 Vna ecli. f afflicted wllh sftreeyssansa Dr. WMTtiitm bo's fcye-water. I'rugglaiaeeii ijo pr noma. Rochester. N. Y.. has a company of deaf hut soldiers. tiecbam'a Pills with f drink of water morn Inga. Itswcbani a-nootl. -s. )Ij cents a boa. Distress in the Stomach Jleartburn. fir Ilea L..k. and nlber syni- V . r . Joins of uypep' Eroubled nn several k.ia. nra I Hve " b...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 August 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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