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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 October 1893

HE HAD THEM SINGING. Uf ntV- DB.TALMAOS TALK Ol his . rih'a ro and Hlpfu r'm nfla ft K . tnuru.."- IB Barn With th Otbir Bis Dart. .Tim "AW Me help from (ftt tnnetu -rilmt it., 2. If too shonld ask fifty men what tha ehurcl b th,y would Kirn you Ofty different an. in. )nB mnn W0U,1 r. "It aeonven. .w, of hypocrites." Another, "It la an as. ynhtjr of people who feel themselves a great IMIrr l'n others." Another, ' It U I pigre for gnlp, where wolverine dixpoai ',,,n devour eioh other." Another. "It lit (or the cultivation of superstition and art." Another, "It la an irwml when Nwloglans go to Ret nlke and musket and ,M." Another. "It In an art trailer?, whet- go to mlmlre grand arches and exquisite rrtP0, aud musical warble and tha Don. ,'Mnt In gloomy Imagery." Another man Ksilit ny, "It rst !lw on earth ex. my own home.' If I forget thee, O jwtjMleni ! let my ritrht hand forgot hercun- " Jo, tny friends, whatever the church I. ,rtMt tell you what it ought to be n trtf, practical, h...

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. — 19 October 1893

Wsyn I Bell I J morni( i loM si ' wrr r. list vti Clirn ' i A. 8. 'f 1 hi. Km 1 1. KaS ; Bin ' J. I. K. M. j : W. I ; Ai.hk ; u. . I Out ; mo i j Tli 1 low Vl I.I.I Vine , tiy. , rum Ijovi rp Itilli L-nni Tt uit ; ailt lie jp In- "'' , , 111 nm llirt on wr -.ft rN rot I.N II I I- Oft v rd A 1 I II tb lb an k 1 1 K i t. U Tl" C , lur i ait Published every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which must N pild In artriinro when sent out .t tlie comity.) RATItOr AOVIRTISINO. All tninwl.'iil n.lviTtlwmcnt tint nttierwlw rout met ei tur will lie rimriiil at Hip rule nf 15 cents pT line (noTipnrl.-J ineiimirp) tor tint Inser tion ami Kic.-iitit per line lor every aubtrijufiit uivmnii. Thursday, October 11), 1803. Republican State Ticket. Tor Supreme .linlui. MUX. DA III NKWMN FKI.t.. or ri.ii.i i. ipiii.i. l"or stute Tn a-nrer. i.KNKIIAI. SWI Mi I WUTNKY JArKsnN of Ann-Hp Hn. Republican County Ticket. sii.-rirr. Ai.nii:nsi'i;c ;i t, Ai-''!iit .I'M.."...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 October 1893

Der Oldt Huls-Blotr. tj Dr. A. K. Mlnk-h. Philadelphia, ITS. jcb ibtio -yets un gook levers oKlta ferby, pAle in wine up dale der a shwartz Svror tluch nix os mich ols bo feel gagrenkthut QggrawJ derolJtawichhuls blot2. Was wora ties lieifa fun tuff ecb ware glctz t jrr muss gawiss ushtament pooka. We uft bov icb g'winclieil do rordt date uffgoj ln sake-buck mit soinptem buln (tblouka ! Pu waialit ffoot ganunk wo mere im lond nbolTa Wffga dom wore ich ftw ols sair ftktulbt t Pucb wonolles gadoo wore, bo g'wiss ich bi b Hutfl g'birsa, "Yets pro un Bbpolt Lulne t SoniBbd.'iwgs woro ken hbool, uord biu icb free ufY fn bob do bhtellsowveroiiH-K'niislit Ilobboy runner g'schniinHii un oil do Hlitcll g'nbt rayed, I'n ollcs in ordning gaiicbt. Jfow bov ieb liro diiwir ho bov ich gtidaebt'; Mit loonbta bin icb ins house ni; S.tve;t dt r Dawdy ols m o t-ich long, some ouse-sblrect : "Ich denk du luaucbt uflf-liul fi !"' Moll bov ich mit onery gn1 vtllu iishn, "Swore l'uo-ilawg ilo Mam but ga ...

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. — 19 October 1893

ME MIDDLEBDKOH POST. T. H. IIARTER, XorrB ajtd Pna'a. MIIlf.K!ll Iliilf. PA., orr. ir 1!M. er r .. .. . a homestead taken up in Nebraska fix years n:?o (or uothiug is worth now shnlitSJOlMt. Tii-ro nr associations in Great Britain v.'bicli insure against dope uictit, matrimony ami t inn. A Muino farmer who found recently a lino gold wiuch nn1 chain hanging in o;i. of hit ripple trees thinks tho thief gut tbo worst nl it. Tlii a iir in "Barber Shop," "Shaving Parlor," "rotm..rial Studio" have all gons out r date with n Pittsburg hair dresser, relates tho Chicago Herald, who displays a film now shingle hoar in '4 the proud inscription, "Thoophilus Browne, Capillaire." The intensity of confined sound is illn itrnte 1 at Cailsbrook Castle, Isle of Wight, where th-re is a wi 11 i!00 feet deep an, I twelve feet in diameter, litieil with smooth inusonry. When n jiiu is dropped into it the sound of it strik inutile water, 1"- fret lielow, can be tfistinctlv heard. Commander Ludlow, of the M...

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. — 19 October 1893

ili MP GUATEIIALA. Ii . jgXlR STRIKING EIHIBIT3 ,AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. J.rfK .V flit Is the First Time Far-ofl Korea I II at Taken Tart In an Interna tlonal Exposition ArtlcUs of In frreit on Kihrblt Guatemala ,ad IU Prodnetlons. ThK i tha time, aocordlns; to the fhlniffo Jtscord, that Korea, commonly kgcwa ths "hormit Nation," ha partlcl. -4,4 In an International exposition. Though $t bw been open to the world for mere Linn trn yean, ber rotation with other Fmrrrs have not been lntlmats, except with bin. jnpD RD(1 Russia. lr the thr Kttfonf ne I urrottmlel and Jealously Jiirhrd, lest ehe may teoome olther too In jn'lpnt or too rnui'h under the Influence tone of these threa power. Korea thu oo. aiplea a very riollonte and dangerous no. id Ion and must act cautiously with other Na Jon, "he I lea known than elthor Japan ff china. Her exhibit, therefore, In the Horl'l Columbian Exposition, I Tory lm ortsnt and instructive. The Korean booth la In the eouthwestnrn art of the Manufacture B...

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. — 19 October 1893

McCLURE. l)usiiies is slowly on tbe moml in ipiln i-f tint iliMstiKVtiil notions of tLo U. S. Senate. . .The recent Htorm iYu oonsMtrahlo ihunuifein our com mu:ity 'specially to fences nutl winter upi "t Mrs. A. M. N.nith nml li'T h -tt r, Mi.- Nettie Specht, n:id M. -. spcclit s ( lit Sunday with M C l;i:c i'; i' lid-t. . . . Wnlluce L'plcy k-ft cm M .iilay on mi cr.tcinlcl tour t LiroiiK'i some of our Central IVnti'ii towns Mr. Samuel Ilofl'maii, who for Fi'vciiil weeks had hci'ii confined to his lxtl with fever, tock his first walk ttir i trli our streets nnin on Mou.lay Mr. liimlells.of tbe lino of Murcy & Co., operating the, tim ber slide on Shade mountain, inves tiRoted tin ir business interests here during the piiHt week and expressed LiniHflf us highly gratified with the condition of their affairs. This ic llrcts 'i i'iii credit .upon their fore men, M svih. Kdirecotnb Si Howell. ....Two of our enterprising young L.t TehutiU, G. 1. Kuterlinu nud J. 15. Spunkier, made n 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. — 26 October 1893

M ,mp!ino.illy IHIWF pi r KH, mr t hp I'pnjile and ir the ivopln. I et :;unsr always open for the rtiw'iw,,,n of "l,,r ' interest to It patrons. Commissioners. .... minr." It. nMiTiliKlifi'd a Insue, Anil never n M out. suuwrlptlon i.ftu)"ir VOL.30. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 26, 1893. NO. Vi. ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST Sunday evening, Nov. ft, the Chapel Sunday School will hold chil dren's day exerciser. Wednesday of next week, being the 1st of November, quail and rab bets may be legally shot. Jero Bowersox is supplying our townpeople with a superior quality of fresh milk every morning. Miss Annie Stahlnecker, lias re turned homo after a prolonged stay with relatives in Akron, O., C. D. Manbcck, wife, and baby of Akron, Ohio, spent last week with their many friends in Middleburgh. Mrs. J. S. Boob of Mifflinburg left for home on Tuesday after spending a week with relatives and friends here. Rev. Neff, accompanied by M. K. HiiHsingor, as delegate, aro attend ing Lutneran Con...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 October 1893

TICKINGS OFTHE TELEGRAPH COXIEIGN AND DOMESTIC. What li Oon On the World Over. Important Events Briefly ChronloUd. Disasters, wIiImih a4 fatalities Three person named Siernbloth, from Hampden. V . father ased GO; daughter. 21, and son, 10. Inst their lives In th lUiaor Ho el, t hicago, Ihinuitli their Ignorance of ar and gs future. They were found dead, having been asphyxiated by gal es caping Irom auotrii Je'. fly the col lape of a bridge at F.li!on. la., Michael M'l.pny wa k 1 1 .!. three tuen fa tally and i2c,erely i t4 J 1 1 1 in J . A r'al chance, Pa., a small borough !l mlle, smith of I'liloulown. I 'a. was iwept away br fire. Fully one-linlf tbe business hi ucs in the town are now in hr . ami many families lire hnmelestand in d' rituie circumstance. 'I he lire was of incendiary origin. '1 be loss ia estimated at IHO.oui, about hslfof wbiih la covered by Insurance. At K Inr !ty. Mo , fire started In a bak ery S'liionv hik ht and I effre it w.s cxtin rul lie I I ') M i worth of...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 October 1893

V RE7. DR. TALHAGE'S SERH08 onlyo:;b lifeboat That Will Safely Carry Tour tool Front This World' Wreck. rftht boat and hi ktrall n." Acts xiU., 2. While ronr fneesareyct somewhat bronzed ly attendance on thn international boat con test Wwwd th Vigilant and th Valkyrie I address you. Oood things when thorn 1 no betting or dissipation, those outdoor sports. Wa want more fresh air and breetlnras In our temperaments and our religion. A stale and i!o and lugubrious religion may have done lor oihnr times, yrt will not do for these. But my text calls our attention to a boat of a different sort, and Instead of the Aliunde It Is the Mediterranean, nnd lnfcn. ol not wind enough, n thn crew of theVigl lant nnd tne Valkyrie the other day com plained, there I too much wind and the swoop of a Euroelydon. I am not railing your attention no mnoh to the famous ehlp on which 1'aul wm the distinguished passenger, but to tbe lifeboat of that ship which no one iiwmn to notice. For a fortnight the ninln ...

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. — 26 October 1893

-L iU:-a j) ia.i,.,iu.i.v. , .:. ..w.rtfc . 'j.uif; Sift afitoUtarjjfc at i'liblinhoil every Thursday. T. H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mint tw mm in artvnnm when sent out hl'Io I lie I'uiml),) HATItOf ADVfftTISlNO. All trnrncli'ii nilvcrtlipmntitn not otherwise po tit mo i.'d for will t rlmnfiMl at Hip rule of 1 rents pT linn (nnnparU'l iiii'usiirr) for first Inwr ;inti nn I lo ct'iits i-r lltii' lor cv-ry milis'initiit tiiwrtluii. Thursday, October 2(J, 1893. Republican State Ticket. I". r siiiri'iiii' Jiulue. llo.V. HAVII) XKWt.IN IKt.t., t riiii.i i. iihi.i. Kur tito TriviHiiPT. HKMIIIAI. SAMI KI. M.l'AU'lNKY .I.M KmiN, if Artiistpiii(, Republican County Ticket. "in rift. Al.rlU.D M'KlilT. .H.H ;tl- .III. If '. 7.. TWI.iMI iKIMKI(I.INii. Tit r-'iriT. i . r. M.I iml l. I '.itiiiiiNliiii r. TlloM IIKIllloTCK, .1 VMI. 1.KIM.M, A M.l It . .l -c. .1. . I '.I W I l,"-llX. : I'. M""! Kit . r ui.-r. Hit. MA KAMI HhTUKihK. .l ; . -t ;. VI ST. it'll,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 October 1893

TAXTONVILLE. rt.na Ttnver went to the citr thm u " ' ffeek to buy hit fall and winter TT. W. VtAtr Ii-aaLa.1 hia house to a coat of paint last week ..Emery Ernest came home last feck Irom me tumoer woous ana spools to stay at home this winter .Austin Gift took in the sights it the World's Fair last week.... yiss Alice eiaenmoyer wuo was living at Lewistown, came home on account of sickness. . . .Simon Deck r moved to Glen Union last week ...Howard Shaiubach's spent Sun- ,kv at Tort Trevorton. . . .Next Sun day evening we will have commun ion servico in the Evangelical church ...Mrs. Elizabeth Dersham, who triis viHiting ai yaibomowu, return ed homo last week. Doxik. LOWELL. Some of our old veterans took in the re union of the 4'.Uh held last week in Lowistown, and they sny it was a success in every way, espro ially tho frco supper gotten up by tlip Indies of tho town At this writing homo of our farmers have not shucked any corn yet, others are ilone and a half a crop was the result ...

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. — 26 October 1893

THE M1DDLEBURGE POST. T. H. HARTIR, Son urn PaVa. MIDDLKm RfiH. PA., OCT. M. Bince tho beginning of the centnry France bus fallen from the second to the fonrth place in point of populatiou among European countries. Emperor William, of Germany, Is keeping h'.j soldiers so bard at work playing war that tho Now Y-rk Tele grant sirnests they possibly might welcome tho reality ns a relief. There in aclnl in Ili rlin called "Tha Giants," every member of which in sii feet tall. Vienna litis a "Lazy Clul),' no member of which clocii anything for a livinir, Mid London a "ISnlilhended Club," where nothing but polished !iull are seen. The Meilicnl New voire a very freat truth when it siys thit "it Rerun strange that ieoplo tu!1 Mibmit to tho indignities of tho noisc-mnkcri. A thotiHiml are outraged in order that one or a few nuiv possibly lw benefited nr relieved of u tritiiir; expend. Thero seems t thi New York Xcws to Ixi nn epidemic, of embezzling prevalent in this country nt tho jres ent t...

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. — 26 October 1893

Tbo March f Ooler. in the early tuQDth of anm,. Lkn flower nratiomlnate in k lMrthert field and (tardea. JiiJuIr Lilow flewert brpln to prevail and r re'K" "vtws Mi lllllUIDlie Ifl tiifUJt, which l the month i-tr ex and October the icndency rtffFt VJ uiaa miiu puipic; UIOI Sam.. jtec4nu mriji uokii.inK mai tni ,irch of color amort the flewers, trrjloir them from white la the ,nriof to blue in the autumn, rernii iDe uppoed progression of t among" ,, atari as Indicated hv their It lia fcocrallr been thnuxht, al- jpii(fn lMO cu ""I' yet tcfa jnaliy demonstrated, that the white )Urs are tho yeungrst. that the yel cff star, represent tho mid-season of vir life, and that tho deerilv colored .,-. red. nurolc. and bin, um thn. hlcli are last pHMlntf Into decadence. ;( this u true, men in the heaven ,1,0 we mar iy whlto in the color of prlntftimo and purplo the bart.'e of be c4iou of decay. Inpjrinulty of the I7ornrt. .rh hornets' rest U sometimes twn fftt in d.amcter. The t.utalde lin er ha...

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. — 26 October 1893

i i I- it 4"! BEAVERTOWN. Mr. Jnmea I!. Hnixinger (( Alico A I who li:9 been Buffer ing with consumption for a number of years, is very low at this writing. Her death, w hich she so much longs for, is ihiilv t xprrto 1. . ,M:ih1oh ami whooping eoiili prevalent among the eliil lr i 'if tliis town. . . .Kvn, a Miiall ihuu'hl' t f Mr. nuil Mrs. M. M. McDowell, is recovering from ft ppill of riekncNa. . . .While IJonjatniu Zerbo was cngageil in husking corn on lust Weilui'Mliiy, lie. look sick BUiMenly 111 nl became unconHcious, and Lailti) bo curried to tho house Mr. Juiuen K. Freed and Miss Jennio Iieimbacli took the train re teutly ami went to New Jersey and pot ninrrind. ...Mirk Elsie Carpen ter, who had been staying at Sun bury all summer, aud Miss Ella Beaver, of West Virginia, returned homo to spem! tho winter. . . .Philip Ilerbbter is buildiug a new wagon- oheil, and Jacob 11. Haines aud Lea ter L. pecht aro building new stables on their lots The ladies of town gavo Mrs. Calviu ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 October 1893

COATS.COATS! a Ml wn II, PAXTONTILLE. riiftg Boyer went to the city this SELINSGItOVE. E. Doatz, tht jeweller on Market street, had a slight stroke of paraly sis last Tim' lay morning. .. .Mrs. Norman, rel. of the late Wm, Nor man, died Inst Thursday morning. to 1)11 j Uia IBM BUU H1UW1I , . TT W. Feltr treated his fwe'to a coat of paint last week AintEris Canning o protect ju want T! Emery JurneKi nuuo numo 1. f.-tll 4 . ''I'W'W HV -Vt"", (tpccls to stay .Austin uh t the v oria i Vid9 Alice livinK Rt Lewis ,cCoutit oi SICK r moved to Q Howara ot vntVort Tr ,toy evening v ion Horvico in i .Mrs. Klizo visiting at e,l Lome Inst w Some of our tlic re-union tfocfc in Lewis' was a success ially tlio freo f tl:o lmlies of writing soino pot t-lmclveil I 8ro done ami a rrsult....Kuia 0 hoMiug a si two educate! WaKuer Si Co. ia IjOwiBtown foo, onions Corn was soil week at H cenl person Laving not get fat, ca culling on J. the candidates of late anil r babies. Communion tie Lutheran Two werfl...

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. — 26 October 1893

J Voto for Marand Roth rock, the Republican candidate for Coroner. He is an experienced and successful nlivwipinn. a ..cnnRint.nnt,. nnrtT.man. Sale Register. DO YOU KNOW WHERE TO GO FOR A NEW ftittirday, Oct. ts, John M. nrt oeo. II Strlrw ItiiriT. arimlntRlrittora of Kllim A. and Mary A. ftU'tnlmn-rJutc olj'pinkllii Vwiih1i1p, d'-o'd, Published every Thursday. T- H. HA1 1 (which mint t T All trnnt'1 rontraotoil ti) r-!its pt-r lino rimi nn I 10 c Inwrllim. Tlmrsd Iioitan Land Sale m wo months. ;turcrs were lo our pur- 5S. st, Largest, 78 and Clul t'car, Horse e a Repul , ,7 i i.i' .i OKNUtAI. f. Republ ?.: er, lill t J .lt IM- .1. i II.'. H. T - N III lli-.ltiT W. s' . H t . - - II. C 111! -.1 i KmiiMIn .1. .1 I -Wll MI'MlrhWIVll llMIvn Mmin' -.. .' ivnii -I. N. .1 I'rriv - l. 1'i t' v Wi'.l -1M-IIU- A. M lllllfr - I U'MI-All.MI W.-..ililin;tti- J SoilU! () dates nro votes fro lepret vo ajrreo witl ( lltilllH jue Republic! party tU its liomin no morn t right to L that awnj and wbi...

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. — 2 November 1893

r ' " " " - v - -i I - n ... '"."I ' " THE POST I' I' It licit tin "Oiifmi." If w iir t'llitr. It ll.'V. r 1'i'1'.'r"1 I'SUO, t- 3 i4 Co. Commissioners. v f t POSTFPl irW WW-y U- JrVPl KtiM m W IV III Wi Lffi'MK 7 I mi QM USimwOi k JUL 5 WL- 30- IVIIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO.; PA NOVEMBERS', 1893. No7 tntra t rn a t t xt t tt t tt o nn I I I - . ic,gtj u va" Aiw interesting to Pensioners, j Don't Be Victimized. 0bitua7. Shot Three Bear. Mini Naoma Scboch is visiting stives at Solinsgrove. The Reformed congregation is . II . .11 t! I 1 pairing me on union cuurcn. i ..: i :..! i.L bout and retail at 5 cents a quart., ft. Onntzberger went to tho city V Tuesday to lay' in a supply of fall d winter clothing. I M. Garman and wife, of near Iromont, spent Sunday with rela tes in MiudloburgU. Mrs. Henry Reigle of Pine Htrect 11 down a flight of Btairs ou Sun- Ly morning, and sustained several Vinful bruises. Anionar the World's Fair vis- brs from this place whom wo fail- ll 1. ..ntn laat wont wnV...

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

-- -u. , . ! .J ' 1 CM) svm.i Waynj'j i acli 1 1 near j, niornif lot ar " were i' t lilt t.f ,i Currr' ' A. H. i ' i hi : Knit L Kva V In , J. I. ' V. M.',: W. I) Amir ' , w. I ft s r ! mo lb low Vole . I.tcl ' Vine Ky:i Hllll I'h.j null l'm Tt , III! . rail! Hie Jl l.r i " Ida rritr fin llirt r of I wrt ft rew wo lm li i I Of I ;p rd A Tl I'l 11 -, lb. lb: ani ctxi Kir rii fe- C 'A THE M1DDLEBURQII POST. T. . HaRTIR, Xorr.a - PiVt. MIPIr.K.m f.:U. IW. NOV. i 1)C. Chtireh pastorates are still sold to the hijzhesl bid ler in Borne parts of England. ' According to the in-.nrance table expectation o( Ufa at ten year of age ia greatest iu Kut(lud, 41.2. Tt ia estimated that the chinch bilir. ITessian fly. army worm and cotton wortv bare cot thn Uuited States tuort than 1 1 C'it i I War. The New York Press feels it it rathet disconraaiiiK to lie toll by Mrs. l!mtu Ewinij, who is au authority, that vhih Improvements Imvu been mala in all tber direction., practical rooking stands where it ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 November 1893

CM! t:u:v;J . litMt J ... i. vtaynr: ! iarh iirar niornii lost ai; wire i list tj I'll F ST A. H. i V.Mtt J KvaJlj Kin J I. ' K M i' W. 1) ' Am WV , fKKf 1 lltO ' Th low Vsl l.-lcl 1 Vine i hjt; fnni Ixv I Hilh l'm Tl nil , ailt be -j .lie H'lt Jim rrss ' up llir :r of I rr 'ft rrn w hi i I oft ;o ard A Tl li II,. th. . th.; an Kir f ! lew r m '' c i lac if THE MIDDLKBUBQH POST. T. W. IURTIR, Korrsa abd PaVn. Mini'T.KIH P.tiH. I.. NOV. i 13-C. - - I i Chnreh pastorates are still sold to the highest bid lers in some parts of England. ! According t the insurance tables expectation of lifts at ton year of age i greateit iu F.ti((land, 44.2. Tt is estimated that the chinch bug, Hessian rl jr. army worm and cotton worn? hare runt tint United States luort titan the Civil War. The New York Prss feels it is rathet discouraging to be told by Mr. Jiliitii lowing, who is au authority, that while Improvements have been male in all sther lirMtiitiH. ractirsl cooking stand wtn-re it did one hundr...

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. — 2 November 1893

1 ID'S ' Sarsaparilla CURES YW Dvspepsia, Intense Miser) - r- wwvri uv mr in TTr tilt enttnrasl ten )am from Dyspepsia I hMi imot Civen up Hope .f r he'na .... ...... ..i. -wumn ill late) iinuir iar- wiriii. I m entirely cured ml .i iseanv on iifTerina; from il,enla tn trr Hood's Sarsaparilla 1t t rut h itl Ill's statement I am glad to verify at anytime." Mm, .loni r to. 7 I "riJ street, I'ittaliiiruli, Pa. pespepVa 'lm firm h. I, ill txrniltt tavrtimtoliVfin:i In misery. irM.r Saria aaiKatireailTareiaia ami all tntnarli ilimr dir.. II aw-iciirrn ik lienilai'lii-aiiii il ... M4" I'llla n inmte.n ,n a i-nia mi'4 1 ) A Natural Food. Conditions o f the system arise when ordinary foods cease: to buil.T flesh there is urgent need of arrest ing waste assistance must come quickly, from natural food source. Scott's Emulsion is a n;uio:ra!:c;: of ir.e life cf all. feed:- it is cod-liver oil reinforced, made easy of digestion, and almost as palatable ax tnilk. freearetl lit Krnlt k Hi!' S V A...

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