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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 August 1893

t m post sTUC DflST id inn Vi'Ml.l',P'opiena Ln.r ! np;iir f. diwiiwlnn of topic of F ... ita nitf ruulL rmv w I'OL. 30. EMS of LOCAL INTEREST Tr and Mrs. Shindel left on Tues day for Philadelphia. Tln Sundav school at Aline will Jicnio Saturday, Sept. 2nd. Mm. Wni. Snyder of Osceola, Pa. . ... IC1 ll..1....,.t, i..Li;rni k Visiting jHluutcimitju tI a hank will be cloned Labor Day L Saturday. September 2nd. Ti a Charles Culp and children, of JVilliamstowu, are visiting in Mid- lleburgh. VLludc Stoiniuger, of near Lewis ire, spent Sunday with relatives in llidJloburgh. a ni.rificationsof lotting in tins ;sue for repairing tbo Middleburgh ublie school building. r.v Xeff will hold services in thtf lliddleburgh Lutheran church next Sunday evening, Sept. 3. .Tohn Wittentuyer, wife and son. Turrav. visited thoir many friends hi Middloburg on Sunday. If. Onnenheiuicr's store. Selira . . Drove, will be closed Monday, Sept 1: it being a Hebrew holiday. The 3.1d Annual Juniata county Lgricult...

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. — 31 August 1893

niEMIDDLKHUHOII TOST. T. H. HARTER, Eonu aid hti'ik Miwn.KnruuH. PA.. APO. 31. im Tho ttal amount of life insurance In the world in rerkonc.l r.t $12,000,000, COO. Terras is all right, exclaim the St. I.Dii in P.cpublie. Sue list built more miles of railroad this yenr tlian any other State except Pennsylvania, nti) it isn't a particularly good year for railroad litillin. either. Fays th" New York Ledger: "We never kiu-w mi early-rising, hard-working, irul-iit man. honest nn.l careful of hi earnings, who complained of bad luck. ( l fh irarti'r, pood habits and ir.i1ii.try scctn impregim'..e to thj s.-auit of ill luck." Kiiim is utioiit one-fourth larger than France in territory, but it soldicri nnil sailors have not hn-1 Ihc benefits of no rmnr t'nmiuiis.rii' of education us the Frtich military nn.l naval forces have had. Neither in the Muml of the Siamese us martial in lh.it of th Flench "'oie. In vii w of K:u!hi'h methods of in quiring Inlet t r d mt seem t the Tre!:t mi ( N. ,f. )...

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. — 31 August 1893

-1 cir Hfnr Hawkins was ones era' tiding over ft tedious and unloteresU i. trial, and wis listening. iDDar ently with absorbed attention, ,to a tedious and unioteresuni, speocn rrom . -nnn.Al learned In the law. Pres. jjjvv"" - colly be made a pencil memorandum, folded It, and aent It by the usher to the counsel in question, in is gen tuman. on unfolding the paper, found these words: "Patlen:e Competition, Uold Medal, sir jienry iiawmns, Honorablo Mention, Job." Ills per. Art lon was wound up with as little delay as possiblo. 2k Wss Down on 'Em. The present diabolical dressnia er'i dettce of balloon shoulders was denounced as long ago as the time of Zzeklel, that prophet having uttered this solemn warning: -inussaiiDino Lord God: Woe to the women who mw Billows to H armhoks!" The doubting can Tcrlfy this curse by turning to uzemei xul, io. water bury American. no vetoes Thnrft. I?o Prltlsh sovereign has Teteed a rarliamecUry bill during tho last 185 years. Ft am or Ohio, Crrv or Tol...

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. — 31 August 1893

Published every Thursday, T- E. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mut bp rmM In wlTanre when sont out-nlili-1 lie county.) RATItOr AOVlftTISINO. All trhnwli'iit nJrcriiHrtnotiis not otherwlw mil rncn-H ir will lx' rlmrifi'il itt Hip ThIp of 1.1 tfMita ir IIiip (nniimrl'l iii'MHir.') for flrt Inwr tlon hwI iu iH-iiU) (mt tlnu lur evt-ry Miiwuui'iit IumtUuu. Thursday, August.il, 1893. Republican Ticket. sinTirr, AI.KHKDSrKCIIT, A H'l:li' .I'lili'. Z. TAYI.OK liKMIIEKl.lNli. Tri'ic'irrr. V. V. HKKHDt.lt. i 'iiiiiTnlsotiiiipp, TIH 'M H IIKIIIWTKIt. .1 VKH KKM.KY. AiMllor. .!. '. limvi "IMX. '. V. M' I K t'orop-r. IUL M MIAMI IH.THIUH'K. republican Standing Ccnmittco A l.niix .1. ). VlMli-mnrth..l. K. F.-U.ToIf. IWMMT- Villi. Ill Ki I. Inlll KlllliPV. IL'.ivi r V kI - in. lltN-iiT, . Miydi r. i i niri'- II. '. N,un-i';l. in. ll.iiii i ih. li.ipm.ili - John MI' T. A. V. I..Iii. t. Kritnk Iiii .1. Ilnwiinl lio:iif. .1 . i it Ditrrllii''. .' irk'tciii win. Ma...

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. — 31 August 1893

Je Oldt Schlofe Shtoop. ilger g ich widJer bin ioum woo ich Rvborn bin, roh draiJ mer wer leis I !rrte tregt we en heilicli ding, do ich mit lucr brinir l&mo fun der longe rei 1 .1a pii ff'wobiidt r wake D " in tswetta sbtack nfTdnrit dbtaki ir nft bin ich doh nnfft V ell mollis wore so in en nuch Cesh-board dart en puarra-luch flook roobl, e Rhtrcil mich ulT. L dreppa es brouch kre Izrclci iiO wet dich was du wid, 'sis bo lYuxbt fier hut cll cite Bbtake. riRtl hut UUH B BUpOoS ill- liuftucht: o boova ben dob g'rulcbed un glocbt )er dad wore uct urn wnke. fensbter dart gook uht tuobl Ibc- Viwtla g'maucbod f uu lotta uroc, Wo iuitner m nuch ho ; , nn vd lirht folt in der cons Cbpookich blaicb, ' wierdt mero isuier Dong Wan ich duch fcclft do I liin i-h froh. bol tlootn mer bide, Lolb in fooricbt, no holb in fluid, Gio ich de dreppa nuff 1 doer grnwd uvva on der xhtnik gciftHft ich de Hhlenk aw rake, Mit dru na miiueh ich ufl. oldto fcbtoop, we nionicho nocbt ich im wblofo dob tnu...

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. — 31 August 1893

LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS BOTH FBOM HOM1 AMD ABROAD. "Wb u Oolnt On the World Over. Important EtidU Briefly Chronicled. fettt. lMnr4 ladaatetit. ItLI Mm It Mr vi Wok K. At 1'iltibnrgl r.. employment wa given to between It 000 and 13,000 idle men in this vicinity, by th resumption of operation in iron and tied plant. Among the nulla resuming vera Oia Illack Diamond steel work. Hlino Iron works, portion of Jones A McLaugh lin iron and teel plant and tin National tab works. All the potteries and tile works in and boat Hteubennlle, ).. hava resumed work. Th Findlar, O , Knlling Mill Company employing 400 men, returned operations. Tbe men bavtd signed a contract to accept a much cash as can lit paid by the com In y, and time checks ami holes payable In 00 dsr for the, remainder. Other mills will resume here on a like basis. Tbe Schuylkill Iron Works, of Cnnsho bocken. 1'a., operated by the Allan Wood Company, one of the largest lrc n industries in tbe state, have announced that there wil...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 August 1893

0TTI.E OF TEARS PB. TALMAOE'JBEBMOW. I u nrtaf and Sorrow In Hi. f. .D.m.mbrtnot. Tr ia U Boom Diamond for - Par Mihi my mr lato (Ay boU Lalmflvi-t Ir mall ha com to me for twenty nt hs Dot contained letter nylng iiermon nve connori'si iuwninn MKT. 1 hnv not this summer nor ,( yens spoken on th p latform ol rtdoor meeting but coming down I . n toM by hundreds of people tbe Bo I think I will keep on trying son of consolation." ,rayer of my text waf pressed out ot soul by innumerable calamities, but I o appropriate for the distressed ot i. Within the past century traveler inuarians have explored the ruin ol f th ancient eltle. nnd from th very ( those buried splendors of other day irn brought up evidence of pmlomi nig ago vanished from the world, mong tombsof those age have beeu t up lachrymatories, or lachrymals, ire vlnt made of rarthenwnre. It i nutom for th ancient to catch thi nit th- wept over their drod In a bot to pine thiit bottle In tho grave ol mrtod. iind w have many speci...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 August 1893

Pennsylvania Day at World's Fair. the Caution. ! T 1. nl.. 1 .t . Illltl'illl .. 1 Hon trespassing on my premise, for The WoiM' FnirCommis-uon liav- fishing or limiting that ho will be ingdecide.l on Thursday. Septem-( delt with crortl,l,,t(,j,f,iyj ber 7th, a the day wliirh tl.ey desire IknmrvilK SnVlU,r Co.,' AiMOo! to havo formally celebrated and Ouarnteed Cure. We authorize nur advertised drug- designated as Pennsylvania Duy, tho Pennsylvania IUilroad Coin nauv. in pursuance of its usual rim- toin, takes plenums in announcing gist to sn r. king s New Ilscovery ... , ,i , I for C'oiintiiiMit ion, Cough and I old, that, for tho beneht of those wiali- ', f. . ... .. vm, ar ... ing to participate in or attend tho fi(ctil with n Cough. lt or any ceremonies, tho extremely low rate Lung. Throat or ('beet trouble, anil , , t N ,.,,,1 ,.;,, 1 will lle this remedy as direeti'd. giv of one fare for the round 'U ,I1(t ,t ,, f,,,r tniil Hll(, wtll.renne no prevail from all points situated on...

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. — 7 September 1893

. ... ''fi- ; 4 I . . i Ac? THF PET Do. CommWioncr. I run iy u niir. II In mil hii "iiivnii." )t wrari no'Tulliir." H tiivirtixh'd ft IhW, Andnrvpr Holdout, s iir-rni(iuiii.ro j ji't r )L. 30. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDEll CO.; PA., SEPTEMBER 7, 1893. NO. 34. i IT 1. . ii it! MS of LOO AL INTEREST i public school will open Sop jer IS, for a term of Beven months. p Jewish now year is September l)d tho day of atonement Sopt, ok out for II. OpponhoiniorV jiil full nnnounci'iuont in our i edition. jus Mabel Wittenmyor and II. is Smith ldt for Buekuoll on jips.hiy niomiiiff. (nicin Oilbort left for Franklin rshall Acatb'iny, Lanciistrr. on Ws'lay luorniuij. Intzbrrucr'H rluthintf ntot' will jo.st'il on tho Hebrew Holiday?, ipniber 11 nn.l 20. !hh IJpsHio Smith ha returned to ,1011)0 after a several weeks' iwit jfiiend.s in Adanisbur. Oppenhtiinor'H 8tore, Selins e, will bo tloHcd llonday, Sept. it boinjf a Hobrow holiday. I i4 wiho who taken hi money bf tho Blocking of fear, and de ls it in the b...

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. — 7 September 1893

XTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS MKKTgRSTIff IMT. rtrtt. Th winif today by vote ol 32u2. decided that Mr Mantle, or Mon tana ami Mr. A Urn, of Washington. are not entitled to seat, and that a governor of a mat hat not th right to aptioint a senator lo till a vacancy caused br tin- expiration of a regular term, not hpwning br reinitia tion or othrrwire. Mr. Mill re'rted from 1h Judiciary committee a bijl for th re lafof tli Federal election law. and it went on the calendar. The house bill to re eal the Sherman act was lail liefor the senate and referre I to the committee on finance Mr. Voorhees. chairman of that committee. announcing there would be prompt action bv the committer to-nmr-row. The bill allowing the national banks to increase tUeir circulation up to the pin valu of th bond deposited bv them was then taken up and without final action on it the renate proceeded to executive busl news and soon adjourned. Hotsi: When the speaker commanded order, at 12 o cluck, nearly every sent in t...

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. — 7 September 1893

jjnWMGrS SERMON, WICK DAT BELIOIOJT, Christian's Conpui Too Often villtottd in Bit Llf "jn fllf 'y win wrivuur (i M ,V .. ....... a in).u,.ft Ff. . rovcrbs HL, A. hrr h bn tendency In nil Inn. In And . to net apart certain days, places and oc ,,n for cspsclnl religious service, nnd to ik thMt they fomiedthti realm In which m i.n was ohlflly to net. Now. whlln holy . nd holy plseo hv their use,, they can nr be substitute for continuous cierclsfl i.ilth and prayer. r 1 m .. Kn An .1 In Olnfr WOrtw. n nil,,, r4iiui im t-" vvo.a n tistlan on ration u mat dcip ttuorn m on irldllng H the week. If steamer itart Southampton nun mil onn aaj in ruav al lien and the otner six aays nan in timer .cllons. bow Ion before the steamer will in HouthamiAon? Just m soon as the In will get to heaven who sails on the Hah- In dsV towar.ltnni wmcn i noon, ana ine L... ! dava of the wk sills toward the fri.l the flmh and th devil. You cannot 1 ' . v ii .1 ....... 1 . . ! . .. ino mucn ai ine nnuiiam ur.iiiu...

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. — 7 September 1893

n : s Published every Thursday. T. H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which must lie jwWI In iirtvnnoe when sent out kIcIo tin- t-Olllll j .) RATES OF ADVCRTItlNd. All trnnu li-iit nrtviTtlnniii'tits not nttierwlt ii'iitnu'ttNi Inr will l' rlmrir"! nt tin rt" of is ivlit T Hill' (ll"ll.irli'l lill'inurr) fur tlPt lll-WT- llnii 11 tt'l 10 wiitu mt llln- fur rery tilmffiii'M Inwrtlmi. Thursday, September 7, 1S53. Republican Ticket. Mirrirr, AI.r'ltKltM'KrllT, .sv till .lUilu'f, 7.. TAYI.oll i.KMIU'.ltl.IN'U. Trfiimirr. f. C. "KKH'H.H. fiiiiiiiilHii"ii,r. TII"M IIKKIfTi:!!, .I.MI i:i:l!.KV. A'nlltiirH. ,i. i-. y i i;- x. r. V. ii Kit. I lul'iT. Hit. MAHANII IM il'lUii K. Virv Cer.mittce u. ...... ...... l.llns .1. li. Ml'l ll. -:ltlll..l. I', l'l'ttl li. MM r- "s .iIIi.iii l-'ri'- l. liWn Mini"-. ..m. r W.-M- Win. Hi f i n. i -1. ' ri' II. . ,llll'-' ll. W III. Il ll ' In. in Mir. i-r. rllnr. lia'tii.iii-.Mni MI.I'. A. W l.' l IT.inkltTi .1 . IIhwupI It. .:t...

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. — 7 September 1893

ki7.-' -in 3 : 1 SriofFun Hausa Earrlck LnKEiixELirAr.nKirt ir shtor is) em Jeekey bonsawotzc r (raw fnrprawvn worra tin ich tin folly worn on tier Incut. Ue . IlobMo wore nw ilnrt. So .,: i i......'i. i,nfieil w" "Iu omiu niviv viii urn n ii Ivor c kn uff fooftzich Lie uni no roooni os ne net tend. nuts fun ili'iuia leit woo nnr- I biu n!T U'ichta. Yailt-r mu'liber- ljft lit a puwr kit on oil ;lo chin giima uslit ho os e cbboH tsu iWi tii lion won ho liiuno coonm. I Hi'lUl'llt 1W OUt I'U S I'll HX'lIlll IS i.lrriu't. kc Kin olsfurt uu hoinl nil niiimiitt os nrsht om houso far r (Into Hiitiii, os aibbt 0111 gruwb ndohiwil ntinncr ca-lust wsiiilt, lies nrsht 0111 ilish noaoh ili-r lok-M. Ion Joliiwil tilV pi-imuu'bt wirnlt 1 'flor kurricb ilou win ho widdcr on Iirml fun ikr procession tin !. irilm ilo Koiis Ion)?. So luwilii sich LllgVlnvctz wii Rinlor fuiuiuiu turn ta uu ho gHcliwmt os ilo kiclit I vtr is tlou sboosa so qus cm house 1 Jeruo fougt cs g'scbwctz nw. Se Itwga we ilof Jo...

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. — 7 September 1893

l'UEMlimLMUKUUroST. T. H. IIARTER, Edit axb PbsVil Minni.riirr.riit. pa., sk.it. t. lm The progress ot invention and dis eovery aud applied, sciences in con stantly adding new word to our language. The words and phrases tin der the letter "A" in Woreestor'a dic tionary are WW, in Webster's K3."jW, in the Century l'ij)2 and iu the Standard, uw in process of pulilicatimi, 19,730. The question tin often ben raised whether or not the sender o( n tele gram was oHigcd to use tliu Inunks provided by the telegraph company for the purpose, This point has been decided, state til" ('liiei. Hecord. in the Smith Dakota Supremo Court. The court held that the Western Union Telegraph Company, aiiinst whieh suit was lirmight. Hunt tti-eept liii'ssatfes tendered whcth-r or n-it written upon the regular t''..j,Tiiph llatiit. Tin pluiutilT evid-ntl y c in-line I cntr pristi with pulilic spirit in his tin th o 1 o( testing the point. was awarded SD damnifes under the derision an-' Liim forty other cases...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 September 1893

.ware ef Jlifniit; f.e Catarrh TfcM luaiala Mrrrarr. ..merrnry' wl I airrlr rteitry tna aanae ef JLI and eoinplotr-ly uVra 1 f) wiinlavtra Lhrit enter. UK t thms).-h I'mmncona surfaces, a, s art-cle slimiM m-ver Iw nurd eieeot on L.rrit"" 'rem i'-"i"l'Vphvlrlin. until r.m ire t lT tl ! trn f ulil t lie iroci I y..ri Klhiy 1er r from tbr-m. ltallaeatnrrh ,,ri Tm'iif- F. J. f'lesivv Co., !. O., enian nr mi-miry, and I taken ,.Prnitlly. e tm il rertly upon tuo birewl n I inm-otis aiirfaeea or the avstem. In Imrlna; i atsrrh Core be anm toert tlierrnnlne. !ttstalt"i Internally, and I mali tn Toledo, Vm, hy F. J. Clieney Ai'n. T tlrnnntaWfree. rind by Drutm-iata, price T5c vr buttle. At Mi pre-ent 'Inv about oo per cent of all rl built art of steel. Ta True l.aaatlve Prlaelple Of the plants used In mannf-cturltift the pla. tat rmedy. Hj nip of Klira, baa a prmanently tvorfl) lal rTec-t on tha bunian ayatrn, while Ibt rLenp re iretalde extra tn and miner I snlu Una, usually cold aa medlfl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 September 1893

i "Bingo." Onc upon it time, uany year ngo. when f i i n : i . v hh in its primitive htate, there lived -history doeB not reveal where a one ox farmer, who Hpent piirt of hi t ii no on hU farm and part of his tine truiniii dog. He hit 1 hm: el-, spni.ielt and others, iiinoii',' lii !i v 11 - :i inHi Table lit tie, extieiiii 1y iicinly pug nose, ugly, Heurvy Ilea i'c.-t spit dog, like which Homo of our nir-t i h put Hint pet and cull all manner of endearing names and love more tlinn they lo anything else. The ilii' Lore the euphonious name of "llingi," whose only re deeming ipiulity was his deep neate.1 need of sympathy, and his utter for lornitv. In courso of time this little homi ly ell r" cur died. This would. diMihtlessly have been the did of this story had ho died like other dogs do ; lmt when he was ulir.ut stretching himself out, he looked into his masters face with a sort of a "you-ean-alnise-me-no-lonyer-for I'm giin soondnit I-for-irive-thi'-past 1 1 : 1 1 -1 n at-tlie o t ...

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. — 14 September 1893

- p '11 llS Y1'V II ir'lir'UW ...iJ I ft Wl fw f .'Ml- i w l THE mi post ,tr;illyn NEWS- E . i 'r,l W ' "' ivnplo Btld Ts,l ivoWo. Its ml- I run liy the rilltor. It t inl mi "(irnnti. It w ear no"! miiir. it ..... .... .i. .i i.ir' ;,'.. ,ir. nlwii.v!" open tor to Its parous. VOL. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO., PA., SEPTEMBER 14. 1893. NO. 36. mv- 1 1 1 it v x r. i i r'v i .. a i-- . iu -j- si-'. m r v - '.., .a . hu i r i t f " i m i . ,wi Mllife '-Wfii iMlii Jwifoin B n ft ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST JIib. J. 1 Riehtor of Solinsgrovc, gptiit Sunday with Prof. Herman'?. Squirrel nre quito plenty this Tear and our huuters bag from five to eight a day. A. J- Crossgrove left on Monday for lVlleville, whore ho has n throe weolcs' job at painting. Jacob 0. Smith ami family, of Se liusgrove, Fpont Siunluy with Amos Gifts" iu I'ruuklm township. lh. l'ortor Thotupiton of Mexieo, l'a.. is f poiulin;? a week with her son J. X. Thompson, Jr., iu this place. A. S. I.?aver has purchaso;! a lot iujincilia...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 September 1893

f c tr 'II i a. vest aur 6 isted f Desr HODS lift . Boon i, four men war on M THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. T. H. HARTER, Kcrrea ur PVm. MlPDt.KlURGH. I'A.. SKIT. II. im Contrary to the general belief that IreUoil lead thit world iu iti fondues for "rti," statistic show that tho people of Oermany und Belgium am tho greatest jiotnti) niter; tins con sumption in these countries annually exceeds 10!)') (omul Jier lien'lof regu lation. It in tin testimony of tri ..' rai havo neon the Rreat trees of (.Vnfornin thnt much of tin idled of astonishment is loHt because th visitor appro vlie the tr-os through n forest of giant that gradually iuer"ae in size. M.iiiy pines ten feet in dii:iiet,T nn ime.l ou th journey, and iu tli i way th visitor slowly work t'. to tree that measure above thirty feet in diameter. "Von newspaper men ninal" In" 1y your persisteuc." hii1 enterprise. I havo m i l" SIO.iMli.O!) I in th.i lumber business, but if I could have cm ployed yoiihi men Lkc th.' newspaper reporter I ...

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. — 14 September 1893

I r S t I book IKT' Tr mwiTki-it W arte 0n Huinlrssd Dollar Reward fot an T racts of C'atrrh lU&l Oauiuut bstourcd bf lUU'il'mtnTh Cur. F. J.OwnmiT Co., rropa., Telrda, 0. W, tLe un1niiinxl, bava known F. J.Chs nay for t tan lmt 1& yrara, and rn-liev tilm I rr fsctly honorable In all bnaineas tranaat-tlon nil rlnanc. ally la tmrry out any oohg. on msd ty the t firm. V'MT TkOAX, Whultssale Druggist, Toledo, Ohio, Walmm. "rtiir-i & Martin, Wbole-1 Iirnairist. Tolsdo, Oh.u. ITa'l" Catarrh Care I taken tntarnally, act ing dlrt-rtly npin tb blmi.l are I tmirous atir roi of the tvim. Prl'f, "V per bottle. feuU bjr all yruggliits. Testimonials tree. The peanut grows wild In Africa, in Brinp comfort tnJ !rnr.roverr:ent nnd tends to ocrsnn.-il enjoyment when rightlv w. The mauy. who livo bet ter thiiniothersnnd enjoy life more, with 1cm c-f.cnditure. by moro promptly olti ftiii(( tlio world' ln-st product!) to tho necdn of iIiyfici.l lieiinr, will nttest the vhIuo to health of th...

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. — 14 September 1893

Y i va Published" every Thursday. T- II. BARTER EJitcr an! Projnctcr. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must to p.tM In ft.lvsnre when sent out-Mill- the comity.) RATES Or ADVt ATISINO. All t i!i ti -i-l.-ii ii1 i-rtsemeiiM ii'i ntlinrwl" iMi.'rarl.- l ViT V lil l" clinr,"'"! ill tin' :' "f U e.-nis t llni- .iip.-i iiK .i-iii t'ir tir-i Uiht ri.ni imI IimviiSi i r ll'ic f'ir rwry u'- 'i','' Insertion. Thursday,rcpt ember 1 l,iyJ3. Republican State Ticket. Y"X supreme .lii'lai". lti'N. HAVIli NKWI.IN .KM., i I'Ml.i'I'-ll'lil '.. l'..r t.ite Tr'a-nr'T. iKM'.ll M. s AMI KI. MitAK'IM.V .l. listi.V f Ariii-tr'tiis. Republican County Ticket. nrr, ; i i.i.h i'i.' n r. . I- -. .. -v ' ' 1 1 1 i.'.viii:i.i.:N'.. Tl" -t. i4. .(. m:i:h '!.!. 1 4 iiiitnl"l"li,,r. I i : . m iii'i;c.-'i i:i!. .'.v,i. i.i;ii.i.. A 'I' I It "IS. i i . r.nw 1 i . 1 . Mi I. It lli. M MIAMI KoTIIII'M K. :it.59 A I Hi I r. ,i n 1 11' i i'i w !V1,!V II i.. Ml li.il. I . Win ;. .v ...si,.. 1. 1:. r.-' . .1. I. i'.:i Kin...

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