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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 September 1893

Hbhf Prison la ltOS. t wt bean sufferer from chronld 0 P . . I MAMA Ml. t I Ikktf ' in lSfN and al times it was very P"" l.. i attack -f It iMUd m nvar K!l'b.rfiirinf wnion lima 1 tried a'l the LTf I hail praviojsly ued and lisd P. i iMiMlmii for tha earn a but .nil 'i ,, t i , ,. r,..of Thurston's lilacs berry Cordial rl ,....i. Uulhiin hllf it liottla araa Villi (I liuu im a a. w v at w . ....I biii onca nrnri regular. Think ''-V.i'..niial. 1 cnearfolly recomni-nd it I ''Tib "o'd nov" wl, ,re "owbirt with ' ,,,!,( i,es or anyone via for sura lt 0 Thia tMtimon la nnnltn '-Yours truly, J. L. tityron. Traveling fc.Trtu.'n'i j'.tflckbwy Cordal 1 prepared fbunton Cueru.cal Co., Uruud llapids, Jtn Fr.inciso "doctor" .rodu eel dim- or - np'rv- L-1. more fa- TTii In tlilt aactlnTi e tha 5 ..... .11 ... !.. !u.MlllflfnlW. Li until tli lnt few T"ara waa snppos'il t ba t.,ra ilr. ror a Ifrcnt many years doctor pro. fiaml It a Inrai d ii and I'tvaerllxrd loeel ..i.1iea-ca'il iticrefore requir...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 September 1893

PORTTREVORTOX. I On SuinUy nftem(X:i th villa 70 nrisl,.uT?'' mcjregnte't it one of the union patches ami eujoyoil thciiiHvlvcH in a in nun or that prac tically rlusod the season. Tlie melons were unusually nniall, though of fine flavor John I). liogur, wife ami daughter, have liccn nttnwteil to Chicago ly tho great Exposition. John is an enterprising man, nml it may bo interesting to know that one hundred nnd fifty barrels of llour, manufactured at his Hern Ion mill from Snyder county wheat, were shipped fifty barrels to Hon Kong, China;fifty ImmlstoCalcutta, India; twenty-five barrels to Rio Janeiro, Brazil ; and twenty-five barrels to r.ciiiior, Ayei, Argentine. This is about as wide a range a any man's products can have. No doubt John went to tho Fair to nee and learn tho customs of his distant patrons. . AVo aro pleased to note the amount of attention our farmers are devot ing to the cultivation of fruit. The varieties indigenous to our soil were usually allowed to grow up in 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. — 5 October 1893

HE POST iTHE POST i"K'l. forth IVnjrteand It lRriin .... Wli ll w e.iM iio'M'niliir. ' " It novcr d'n1ii n lnic, Amlm-uT wl'liuit. H'iiiTiiiin oir crest to IU patroua. VOL. tEMS of LOCAL INTEREST fmt fl W. Herman and family Lnt Sunday at Selinsgrove. HI of the rmblio schools in Frank- V township will open on Monday v.ev. Joshua Sehanibacb. of York. L. , gave the Tost a pop call on Sat- lay. fn unite of all news item to the utrary, the oldest inhabitant is vcr dead. Oihlly enough it is the conver sion with no point to it that bores ie quickest. .Tosenh Drcese and wife, of Pitts- tig, spent several days lust week th 1. E. UIsIi'b. l'eter Bubb and family, of near nvertown, were tho guests of K. Walter's over Sunday. I'Mitor Burns, wife and baby, of o Wiconisco 7'ime, spent Sunday ith relatives in this place. prs. O. M. Shindel has gono to Luiokin to spend a week with bel li her, ex-Sheriff Eiaonhart. Jllon. Charles Miller and wife, of nr Salom, were the guests of their n, Dr. Goo. Mill...

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. — 5 October 1893

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC HEWS foreign and domestic. TVfcit It Ooine On the World Ofir. Important Event Briefly Cbronloled. alft. I.atear anal Ia4atrttt, The American Wirt Nail nulla at Ander on, Ind., have resumed with GOO men on non-union basis. All but three of tha old Amalgamated Association men went tc work. The Whittenlon mills at Tnulon, Mim., taned up giving employment to more tuan 1.U00 ersoM. The nailers employed at the I-angli'iln worka. Martini Kerry, O., agreed to accept a 15 rr rent. reduction. Work mill resurut at once. The entire plant nf the Cumberland (ilaM Company at Itritietoti, N. J., Iiai resumed operations. Judge Feed, of Wichita, Kas., declared the 8 hour law unconstitutional. Claim! aggregating bundled of thousands of dul Ian. for overtime under this uet are pend ing against every county and city in tbi Hinte. The miner In the Jackson. (., coal d is trict have refused the niierator's proposition to pay monthlv, and hearty J,'JO men an idle. The iVIlalre. ().. sfe-e...

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. — 5 October 1893

GARDENS OF THE SEA. Lr, SB. TALMlOB FBBA.CBIS h Oeean rsona. Lesson Thai Can too B,Ltrnd from the Might Deep. .-. i 77 Mfft mi urflrttl ntowt mi Jonah 11., 4. i-Ths tetany oi tne j.im i or. un Ationi .v, Fioeer, I i-ts-ttnatin-r su ittet. I n.ii 1 mm hn'' wiloh I t -roil nt fmt ?lcttin. bound In olive wnol, mil wd.t.n r iir'l flowers whli!i have not nn L,in.l their color, tmt f hnir aroma. Flow f, from D-thlcheTi, ( from Jerui flower from Oethsemanc. flowers .r.t n woiint of Olives, flowers Irom liet.inny, (low i,(r'in Hilo.vn. flower from the valley o.' J k0,impriat. red en-mona so I wild iiiigno. nttte, buttercups, daisies, cyclamen', no Li. 'bluebells, ferns, mosse. grits- anj of flora thnt keep me :aen-ttl b hcur. noJ everv time 1 opn it It In a nw ' l'T . j- . i. vt n . . ..... Vl.jiitien it niiiB nnw inniT'-iii ui i-ie fl.l.lt. my leads n Into auutust rriim o! the boiaulcnl klnj.lo-n. Hiving "cos"" ,u in I ' oi p t- innt nMl ' r.irrju.'rrt -in "iui 111 M al... fill. I.. .... 1...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 October 1893

rdblinlicJ every ThursJuy. T- B. EARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. IwLlch must U nihl In ftdvtnc when tvnt out sl.ln tho county.) RATIS Or AOVIRTIStNO. All tmnvlcnf B1riTfWmntn nut ntharw). ooiii riK-ti- i (,r will cliHrisl nt ihe rut of u chIm t Hue (ti'tiiparl- l .nMMini fur flrt liiK-r-""n. r.1.1 i'.' c,'ut" lK'r 'yr KUbWJUl'Ilt lriK-riluU. ' Thursday, October 5, 1S!)3. Republican State Ticket. For (iiiiiv:np JutluC IMN. 1AVII NIJWI.IS KELT.. (.r ri.!i.iiii'i:it i. K'r Stjit'' Trojsnri-r. i. K.N Kit A 1. SAMIKI. Mif.MtiNKY .JA KSON. of Arm-itrmii;. Republican County Ticket. Mirrirr. Ai.nn.i) s i k nr. A.-iv!;iTc .1 i-l-;.', ..T.YI.OIll..:Ml.l".UMNi.. Tl'MXll'M'. r. C. SKKItUl.l). ('tnml'loiif'r, tiiom s linmrKn. JAMI I.KHI.KY. .Vi.1l1' ri. ,T C. inVMnx, '. K. M t.ll i .r.'ii-r. DX M AH NI Id 'Til ll K. r. a a . d. . .dir.? Conmittco A l.ui.-.1.;. MMI!'--.:ii'1i..T. I'. I-V't. mil. IliMtn - N.ii ii in l-'ii i' l. In in Klutr'V. Il.-.IV.T W"t - Win llr.'t'T...

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

Brcef Fum Hawsa Barrick. .. Mz Grill sawgt Belief lednut f os ldi R sliiivvft loo vrtrgn 1 is oil rccht" ware dor bcmht os it'll ii uioiin licva c'sbrivva vile ich dina ltrser tu farnutjc , hob os do inonnleit oil es lcrgii mi. Now, do Uetz cleichcd do ,.!cit lift. So nawgt ho anyhow, ir itb denk won ancr nmobl will jwcunitb urn bo loomschinunsla 1 don diutl bo widdcr so wecdirb T(i OS t il DC'iiuci n kju uiu Luvufc jcl. Du wtiiBht wo' a era KOiia ve ho uu der Billy Sobutllkcifcr isin bira tiffem anel. kow, Kernel, ieb bob net g'sawt Jo nionslcit oil e leoga doona. hdl) u Hht n pawr illuntiations v.i. Do wcipslcit fileieh ieb bo t os n pa-bireder mou darreiV, ,tr won ich do griudlicb worcbeit I . I'll. . kvffdou muss icu auumia os bo aw looga un in feel wiega. Far iu- jcc, nera UHbt nmobl en bu.au un d cno ous-auonncr un du finHht so full leeca on en GrinbdawR l.b hawna is mit filnel. Won en weiploit anonuer awilrefla don 'a ho tzomuia un bussa 'uonner :t os won Be 'nonner net gWna ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 October 1893

niEMlDDLKBUROnroST. T. R. If ARTIR, Enrren ajio Pe'a. MlPDI.nM'HOIf. PA.. OCT. ft 113. Tl9 Melioo-Legal Journal makes a plea for every pasionger railway to Lave a surgeon. Livo stock breeding has been the l;ey to agricultural prosperity in nil countries the world over, declares thj New York World. Tbi Kansas v. omen who servo M police justices deal with tiio tramp question in their ow:i way. Ono tramp was sentenced to two baths a day fot ten days and linrd labor on the ston pile, with the order th'it lie was 1 bo fed if he worked uud starve if hi thirked. To cut a track through the high and precipitous miiuiil.iins of North (uecn. hind the men arc obliged to lo hunt; in chain, and, notwithstanding this precaution, aliout fifty have lout their liven by losing their footing and being dashed down l()Oi) f.vt into the chasms below. Twice til" attempt to form this roadway lias all b'.il been abainloneil, but thi contr.iclor-, ith ciaraeteritio lnek, have addr 's-od thelnaelvcJ la the wor...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 5 October 1893

h, th doc f vi-rv f lsc a full Jlllili t H low IIOO tjtll' lie u! tlw i with miuii'i jodiw waul awtiu? mad 9-nin. it BJ to th aiti uinlr, " now He Trapped Her. n, joba rsklDO, a well-known Wtlst d,Tlne wa iarkable tor Mf III P''"J vi ujauiicr tuu Untie tamper. r m returned to often from th put- Li minus bit pocket handkerchief ht Mrs. Erslnn at last twao to Udpect tbat the handkerchiefs were 'stolen by some of the old women who ncd tne puipit staira. no oom w la'. and dotect the culprit she sewed t corner of the handkerchief to on n( the pockets of his coat-tails, lull wiiy up who bain mo goo a Vo-tor icis a iuk. wnereupon ne turned rouna ana caucnt noia 01 ino hind of the utility old woman, saying. with (freai venuernessana simplicity: No' the day, honest woman, no ,hclav. Mrs. Krsklne has sewed It ,iDitirir;ar Moments. M a m ra 1 1 a Na'la alt I'aal I (frr m rout mi entire mn-k tor an days. ,tsoT Pi at.il. V"'ri -r, H i,; nnt-r. a. irit; I -wrin. ne,., iv.r or. same price a. Send ...

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. — 5 October 1893

J y i . Jar A Popular New Book. Th Uiilwu.v TuUirtliinK Com i;uiT, of Hi1giiy, Pn, pul)Unlu i of tim Itiilwny Ailvocato, and the well known "Sdi'ining" Relict of law blunl.H, ore nt present engaged upou tbn"r.l edition -.',(-HicoiieH-of tlmt popular new work, "Weaver's Handy Free Tint I'.uok iCtconl." This ook !( n pronounced by both prt HH and public nil over the Ktnto to be llio most complete, compact, simple ninl practical "Kecord" out. The-work U copyrighted. Its sue cos8 is phenomenal ami it excels nil .'uiupi titniH in tvt-r.v particular. Soino new features will bo milled to the work in the thml edition that will greatly improve it. All orders for Itwnrd should be addressed to W. .1. Weaver .V Co, lleynoldsville.l'a. Sample page scut free on application. Do.larj Ma Jo of Wheat. A in w solution of the silver ques tion Ims been offered by ThoiniiH A. Kui.-M'ii. In an interview ho said : "The hunkering after gold and sib v i h largely tiadilioual. lVopIe allow tin him lrh to be g...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 October 1893

THE POST THE POST A P, J Pi '0 JM oft IK. irll (1 It it 111 0 ifi Fi ". .. ...rtii IVfin rinil 'ill THenpln. l ! 'retWltPtroM. VOL. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Epbraim Freyman and wife visited i fnion county during this nml last week. J. 31. Smith, of Nebraska, and smily mo hero visiting relatives aud 'rictids. The person who "borrowed" our jiimow-net without Baking will eaa return it. Mr. Charles Spaneler. who ban on seriously ill for somo time, is ,blii t' bo out again. flmiles Swinehnrt and wife, of v - - - w Covcrtown, Berks county, visited ." ill i iituiM nereaooui last wees. Wanted. ."0.000 bushels of apples. 'U cm or address J. I. Bino.wian, Beaver bpnngs, l'a. 1'rothonotnry J. C. Schoch has urchased tho Arnold property' in tful,lleburgh for loo. Fob Sale. A blooded Aldcrnry i ! i or narucuiars can on or fni- lriss Morns Erdlcy, Iiddleburgh. r.ishon T. Bowman, of Chicago. 11, will preach in tho Ev. Lutheran Lurch in Bcavertown Monday even-. W,()ct. 10, IS'JU. Fob Sale A pneumatic...

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. — 12 October 1893

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC HEWS ' ronilCN AND DOME8TI0. Wtaas la Going On the World Ovaf. Important Event Briefly ChroaloUd. sVnaklnslna New. Secretary Moke Smith lias rent In hit estimates f?r appropriations for th Inter ior Department f(ir th fisml yer ending June 30. I .HO. The appropriation asked for aggregate 17i, 770.134. 2S at (gainst mo.OM7.fi.10.14, the amount ofthe appropri ation fur the current fiscal ye ar, a decrease of ..3w,t'W.10. Congressman Kem, of Nebraska, has pre pare!, a bill appropriating 1, 00 1. 000 for a public i liimiuntitig gas plant at Washing ton. Washington Is the poorest lighted city tit its size, in the country. The public debt statement issued Mon day alinwi an increase of the rublio debt for September of t4H?.2ei. The net cash balance In the treasury is f lUti,H7."i,63.1. The House Committee on Foreign Affairs voted t accept the McCreary substitute for the Kveiett bill, to amend and modify the t!eary ( hinese registration and eiclusion act. The subs.itnto e...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 October 1893

FALL OF OLD POHPEIL f ax bbv.dk. talmao oivcs a Ortpblo Dsiorlplioa of thsAnolsntClty'i BQC' AJtVvvn v jniifirani rum. t.tt i " Thon hat mii or a (tcfnt -I . tl-K A ' i flssh on the night sky greeted n . left the mil train lit Naples, Italy. What u ItnitniMPi Illumination? It wh that wrath of msuy centuries Vesuvius. Giant ton of in earthquake. Intoxicated mountain of inly. Fmnnr of many consternations. A ,.,1,-iino. burning so Ion, and vet to kwn nn bnrnlng until, perhaps, it may be the very torch thnt will kindle the Inst conflagration und set nil the world on fire. It ecllpsea in rinlenee of behavior Cotonaxl and -:m n,l siromholl and Kmkntoa. Awful mystery. Funerni pjnr vi .! niHn tvcriastlng paroxysm ot mountain, it seems like a fblmiK'yof hell. It roars with fiery rmln tocenee of what it has done and with threat of worse thlnes thnt It mar yet do. I would not live in one of the villages at It base for a pru'tit of all Italy. On a day In December, lft.11. It threw tip ifki thnt...

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. — 12 October 1893

L Published every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscript ion $1.50 per year. (which must reiM in tutrsns whon srnt otit- ftiriu llii' enmity.) RATE Or AOVIRTItlNQ. All trnnwln w1n'rHii,iniits not ottirw-lr eontriwinl for will Ik-i-hniiri'it nt the rnte nt 15 o-nta -r lln (nnnpurli-l nviiiir' fur first Inwr tlon nml Mct-iils (mt lint' lor i-wT)' suh"'iili'tit luncrllou. Thursday, October 12, 1893. Republican State Ticket. Fur Huprvini' .Iinluc HON. iVIINKWUN KIT? .1.. of I'hll.nlilphU. Vnr sinti- Tn-anitvr. iKNKIi.U. SAMl III. MdAKTM.Y .IA KSON, cif ArtiMmmr. Republican County Ticket. siicrirr, Al.l'KKII CI'K II r. A t:it'' lil'l.'i'. Z. TA l.oll (i KM IIKKI.IMi. Tl IM"'!!'"!'. r. i . m::;i;oI.d. Til'M - in.i:ii .1 A Ml.- I.UHI.KV. .Villi.'!-!. .i. . in i i:ih, . r. m i:k t i .PHI" r, ili. M AIiAMl l; i I'll U ) K. r.cp-i'clican Ctar.dir.3 C:r.r.:tt03 am nil-- -.1. 1.. Mi.) ii. nut.. 1. 1:. r.-iii r..:r. II. 1' N il h i 11 l r. " .. In in ts!nti. . Il. ivi-r W.-t - w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 October 1893

BJ.H,MCLEAN'S P In Brcef Fum Hawsa Barrick. Lever Kernel IIardek. Du lmnht Jo onncr wucli en hbtiok .JrookcJ oh niy fieiml, tier Pit Si'liw cffelbrcmicr, g'schrivva hut vnvga lcit oa by era weiver board.i. lob hob R'manetl are waro onllich icverc uffiler inou woo u Klioklich .nnunk 18 fur im nlircof hi IioihI ooin:, wile nro gor ken pxcuho ga asiu'lioil hut fur dor iuoh oh es net jelfii con. Ich balmwb en hut dale . .. i t No oiispH woo t'H mi nappcuea un h-oo'h net Khulfii con warm. Ks niii .ils I'biuohlri cii cuiiistiiuoi'H woo mi r x moil nliier rceht govva iuush fur iff sich Ht lvcr ocht Kovva. Fur in stance, en won kawfeil in bowtii, lie butzawlod ilo lulft uu tziilcd h jimcr ufl' ninucha. Aro lined vh rc fuu ma oldta guioker wo dor oldt Sammy Seudapetor, woo on bisniss aiauchcd awreiny loit iu do ccka puzix. Drooka weddor Hut zed oi un nut olloH oh tier won un hi fra hi it oil tin kinner do keuna far dor wolf fun dor door holda, kouna ho net ga-uunk raisa far era toxa bu- uawl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 October 1893

etui fcLKv! Two tach nar II ' tunrnii i lot i' ' i in wrre rv ' list i.f I 1 Cum'' A. H. 'i 1 hi.' f mil Kin 1 J. I. K. M. W. 1 Al BR Wm. t'UKf tllO Th Id Vsle l.-lcl Vine Ky; mi in lryn rr Itiili L'm Tl mil aili 'be ' lir , :rm ' (in llin rsr of I wre oft lM WO! l.m 'ii l I 9f I Dp. rd A Tl H. tb lb an n 1 1 K:i lr" fin ... v c ! ii IKE M1DDLEBURQH POST. f. B. ITARTXR, Korre urs PbVb. MMtDI.KIUriKiK. PA.. OPT. 11 10. cr . The French can show more persons fiver the age of sixty than any other 'Nation. A celebrated aeronaut asserts, aftet patient investigation, that the ninth day of the moon is tho most rainy of the whole twenty-eight, ami i o'clock in tho afternoon the rainiest Lour of tho day. Tho spectacle seen in Iowa of n snake forty feet long, ton inches in diameter and suflleiontly strong to lift a !20-pnuiid hog from tho ground ie, to the Chicago lleeord, t4io latest in dication that Iowu's prohibition law is not enforced. Dueling in liussiu lms become io coiutnoli tlmt the G...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 October 1893

Doctor Who Get tllg Fee. The P7 rcceirod by well-known Lon 1 ohygfclanii m brought out in a re .( trial in tbat city ia euoh to fill hiwt irru Ail iuu wuuu t wnn Lfi and the) ordinary American with feeling" of devout thankfulness that ' j homo is on thla aide of the Atlan ; in the case in quostlon Dr. ChM. -Mitlr testified that he received IKS) tr for undivided aorvloen to a pa Dr. Alfred Cooper said thla waa "If. modorate. He should himself v.rtfs for a trip to Parla to see a pe 12,000, and 1100 or 1200 a dar .bile h remained there. lie should j consider MO an hour excestfive for tliur a vatlant in London, . L.1DOT rriion in mas. hi hit been a sufferer from chronic lirrhoes eve- sine i mm om oi i.iddj LLn In IMS ami t time it wu very se- J-rek.ciiirint: wnicn time I tried all the 1 I hul tirvimilv anil liarl r "..i .lortor treat me for the same but rjhin would stot it I wa induced to try i.nr usluif lew than lialf a hottle was L ftn aii-1 am ones ronre regular. Thanks Cfnur (Cordia...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 October 1893

A Question of the Hour, To I hi' K'llf.tr 'if (ho VI'MlHmrirll rT. " l'ir . ! utrrtffitrtre" expresses a prinriplu t li.it should enter far in the regulation of our freo country. That thin principle, as a c-on trolling one, i larking Klworn tlie funnel s anil ilnil.r lalioreiM on tin- one lianl iiml the great n.ti. y nu n on the othrr.i evident fniu the frequent complaint1 that are iniuill.v arising. JJut as it "will not cum fear to call it fool iKhneHH," ho tho imparity existing among the Milieus inteients will not lie cured ly hare complaints, ly the TiiiircLii g of drum and good and Nooihmg promiHCH hut what is i neeihd i to take some effect ual meam and apply them to tho inter cuts of farmer ami the poor lil.or ing people. This can only bo done ly raising men of high integrity and Christian intelligence, who, like Mow en, have a heart for their country men, effectually to represent our people in the great law-making ceil tren ff.onr country. One of these effectual mi aus is to h...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 October 1893

A m post THE POST ..mM1.1tlcn1.7s NKWS ,.V,t!il.f.rihel'o"Plen, 11 niKnpi, iiir li run liv tii pdiior. It In not mi "Oririin." It wrarn no'i'ollar." It ni'Vi r il.Kli.-rd n Inaur, Ami ni'vtT nnlil out. Miti-wTipl I. in 1 1. Mi year '.dm 'il''n i plPi of i,ret lo lt patrons. VOL. 30. Co. Commissioner!. NO. 41. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 19, 1893. Yt Y-U If i V-TJ t iUJ tin 11 11 - 11 .'i i - mi JlEMS of LOCAL INTEREST That was a withering frost we Lad 0 Tuesday morning. William Ocker, who has been bod fist for over a week, is better. Prof. D. S. Boyer, of Freeburg, is .ttemline U. S. court at Pittsburg liiii week as a witness. The Franklin literary society will ,rpinize on Thursday evening, Oct. c, AH are invited. On Monday morning R. Guutz- lrgcT caught alargo fat mink which aJ killed fifteen of his chickens. The pamphlet luws are now on lilo j the Prothouotary's Office and of ccrs can get them on application. Peter Rhoads and son Walter, of Harrisburg, are visiting his 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. — 19 October 1893

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC . What la Going On tha World O?of. Important Eventa Briefly ChronloUd. (aattal. lease aaa Isaastrlnt. Four hundred miners who hare been out on a strike for two month in tha Coal Oeek and Hriceville districts. Tenn.. re lumed lo work on a compromise with tha companies whlrh was a ten ier cent reduc tion and II Off on houM rent. Tha reeson given by tha miner was I hut lutir wire and children were etnrvinR. 1 Tha aru ploy ci of the Chesapeake, Ohio nd Southwestern railway have accepted tha 10 per rent reduction In wanes and the men who went out when the reduction went into e fleet, October Lava returned to work. ! Tha Merchants woolen mill at F.ast Tied iiaru. Mns., started upon three days a week time with a ID per cent cut down. Tba striking wire drawer In the mills at Falem and Fimllay, , wilt return to work t a 10 per cent, reduction of wages. . .-- -Plsenrlnl hh4 Cninmert-lnl. The First National H;itik, of Hirinitiglism, Ala., whicli sus...

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