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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 November 1893

Qarsaparilla COKES Dvspepsia, Intense Miser) no pen can describe the snfTertua. 1 rmlnrtNi tin )mr front DySDeosla. had almost Civon Up Hope f brine r.T tn-tier win-it I Is-Kan In llt Hnod'a Mar- taiwriita. mm entirety cured i isan on aiifrma from djspepaia lotrjr Hood's Sarsaparilla Trm irulh of tit's statement I am glad to venr at anytime. ' . Jonn friilo Mrwt, I till r( li. 'a. ITp-p, N'ii(im i.m Uth. ImiI trmltt lit ncllni In live ;i In misery. Hood a haraa- fmniH , urrn ilrs'ri.l ami all aiomach illanr rtr-. If ' lomes i k l.iKila.lo-aiiil y.na rlftte rilla 9 ii litffta)! li. aa'crataT A Natural Food. Conditions o f the system arise when ordinary foods cea: to build flesh there is urgent need of arrest ing waste assistance must come quickly, from natural food source. Scott's Emulsion is a cc;;an:ra!:c;i of the life cf all 'feed:- it is cod-liver oil reinforced, made easy of digestion, and almost as falatahle as milk. Ferr-arall b? Hrr.ll A Knana. N V. A II ilruaf .!. The Best W...

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. — 2 November 1893

Published every ThursJay. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mint be paid In ailvanc when sent out- wile i ne cuiiiuy.) RATI t Of ADVlftTISINO. All 'ranwlnrit wlvi-rUn-trn-tita tint ntlicrwl cmitrnctiM tnr will In-rlmrirt'il at tlii rati-ot If Cfiita rT llni" (Monpnrti l nn-uanir) Tor ntnl inir tlin nml lu ectits t lliw fur evrry uli,qii'nf inwniuii. Thursday, November 2, 1893. Republican State Ticket. For HMiri'ini' .1 t 1m HON. 1.YII NKWI.IN KKI.I.. Ill rilll lilrlplllil. Knr sin!'1 Tn'iiiiri'r. .i:Ni:U.U. HAMi TI. ViiAKT.NKY .lAf'hSnN, nf ArmHtrciiiK. Republican County Ticket. MilTlfT, am it;:ifii hi n r. A-i-!uti' .5 n r 1 1.: .. Z. TAVI.l-lt liKMIIKItl.lS.i. Tit'ihiipt. r. I-. m-:::hhi.i. ( 'MliiTll!-tnti'ri, riiov - iiK';i!-n:i:. J Wll.i I.KIU.I.V. Aihlltorv. .1. r. i;iivi:i(mi, . v. v i:u ( nMlu'r. UK. M All AM) l;ol llllui'K. republic: C: 'i.nii . .i. Mi'i if h. .i. i:. K.'il.T.'M. Il".i' i' - 1 1 li.i ii l'r I. I' In KiiiiH'v . ll.'.Urt'...

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. — 2 November 1893

J I Hip 4 i a ...lin 9i Breef Fum Hawsa Barrick. Levcr Kernel Harder. Siifiht wo awrem os ich gook. Icb bin bo darr o my cnuclia robbla won ich lawf. Mer sin wiMor oin fuiuse-butsa un ich hob Hhunt far tswie wucha my rami om shonk freikoil. De cieutcia lien huiiuI in Jer Tolly g'schoft g'hot far un moonet nwvcr sin net recht oua ga brucha biH cm MoonJawg t-n wucli. Icb hob on era ga-eoaxed ken niaitlel jrecga far hclfa wilo ho shier ola fartlt do SexfooH Betz greeked, un Jurt is woo ich der letz mistake f'mauched hob. Wou ho ken hilf hut don kucht no net, un won do Iktz cooma ware dou het ich far Icicbt eu g'schwiuter doto greeked tUuua wako muss ich farhoongeia Icb waso net we long os es micb. last. Der kuch-ufla nhtaid uff der borch reikly far blacka Der eck-hhouk is larc un es g'sebair hhtaid uff ein Jisli un lust ken blotz far cssa dm ft' shttlla. Der karrabet leit uff bIuum heilliu iui col da room far nhiddla, do sbtcel Hht:enii im gong os mer Hi eel hovva Bet far nuch em bed g...

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. — 2 November 1893

a i Twer- :rsr ilin :ar of I wr oft rest wo lm in t I of I ;p A , Tl It H, th. .hi an " XJD Kir Til few rr w c! .1 TICKINGS OF THE TELEGRAPH FOREIGN AND DCKKBTIC. - - - TOrat la ticnc On the World Over, ln.portant Eventa Briefly Chronicled. t'tanaierai itrrUrnt tat I aiallttr Mrs. .limes hilehead and Per daughter, wlu.t on a ciaim in t lie ( heriket rrip, Fan., were overtaken by a prarie lir. Tht moiler ;ml her daughter on pony to flee. Pefore Mrs. Whitehead could mount l i r r u horse the flames reached her and . tu burned to death. 1 he daughter ra-ca-ed. Two children tfi burned todeath in fire en Soho street. Pittsburg. Fa. They were Flit, aped it yearn, and llosn, aged 4 sears, daughters ( John Cannon. Sis men were horribly bi-ncd by mid arid steam at the Ashland, V,-ls, Sul bate Fiber Company's plant. Ib burned are: Joseph Heron. ( harles F.unlick, F. Velil. Jim b llmni r, S'cn. Perdick end 'teorge distance I lie recovery of at y of the Vic- lllll is dollhtf.ll. Fnginrer Peatil...

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. — 2 November 1893

. v . . I tart Ho, htm ltj 1 Hi. th. nlj I'll! Or. ixt, It 'he, lirt j "nr. 5 tat Jant lb. I'M nt, ttri- Ml, IDll h "y 'tt itnt J TALMAGE ON ELECTIONS A TRUE MEASURE. jta Should te the Ten Cominandaients AtaOulde in Voting. 1 TIT! "nlnl!lh prop'! t'i fl oat. ,nfl "Hit thr : )hln,n tt roil V tim'w nf fi frm.ir"' fm Ihm ,,i(,ii,i,j,ii mo,'.-iii0."-. Exo ja it.. 1. My text In To -in yo:t Ciaf th lightning I earthquake uniled their for.-e to wwk , -rnitntnln of Arnhta Petiwt la olden It mi. ,. traveler to. lav rtads heap of porphvry w greDtone rook, bowlder ngainat tinwl t,t. the remain of the drat I kit library. ,-itteo. not on parchment or papyrus. Iiiit , shattered slab of granite. Th eorner-0,ya- of nil moralltr. of ail winft lar, of all rwhtaou jurisprudent, of all good Hovero ,nt are the two talilsuof alone on which written the Ten Commandment. All Roman lav. all French law. all Knellsri It, all American law that I worth anything, ,il eomniou law. eivil law, criminal law. intrttal...

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. — 2 November 1893

The Preacher Asked a Blessing. contracting partiea were Mr. Oliver Ilieo nml Miss Attnlii Campbell Hon. Ja. obScioL-cs was in a rem-' Aftt'r ,he ceremony, tlio quietness mist-int moiul one morning reconlly wa" uiueil by the seroiia.lers and related a story, often told by, W,1M 'itu vociferous yahoor, rosin l i.iot. ; gobblers, couch HiielU mid drum ho K'od tlfiit it deserves jniblicfitiou. ,con" lftlle uproariously Buccess Awny b.t.-k in tli,. furti-rt tlirre fl11 ,1is,"')n1' ,1,at ,ho p'lvttl1 B,P ot in TM..I.1.....I i. tr.r.... tho b iuitiful vale re-echoed lonir af K'wtz lawyer, l,im v Ji.iH win t,v tlio ri-;h! s of the ,lin factory ba.l name who was not only nu odd cluir- ln' n l,,ml,'t,,, wt trval. Of ncter but wis a trickster of the rank- courH,! il " 1 i oj.f-1- that conRrntuln- A i : lions Huiiui.i oo nropi i ly intermixed -m- i miiu uiiiiiji; Ilia t .... ' Willi plensanthesn, ami our Wish is, that their journey through life bo ns bright, and their measure of joy ns full us ...

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. — 9 November 1893

- r THE POST Is run by f h editor. II In nut nil etri'nn." II wears no'Tnllar.'' Ii -i I . .. Issue, .Mul iii'vit k.ii nut. SiiIim rlpllon ja.Stt a Jcx r umn-i ro always open tor -X -rtfVS. ' U .aT f TlV UO 'VV'tAVi II I i Hii iW' -IliTSO!' wfc rC'v:i'V-','; W-grJ, iCTnrV-l CTTl.V ' '-A VOL. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Chas. Dreoso, who bus beeu hold ing forth in Cleveland, Ohio, during the summer, returned to his home in Kantz hint week. List of advertised letters in the Middleburgh P. O. : Israel Binga man, M. M. Gaugler, Walter White, T. M. Shceuey, llennio lost, Abbio Herman, Louisa T. Miller. j. w. riuNKi.r., i. sr. Our old friend A. K. Gift, of Lex ington, Neb., writes us that ho and his family are enjoying their usual good health and that ho continues to have all the work at surveying ho can possibly attend to. Upon the arrival of the Liberty bell in Philadelphia it has been de cided to place the old relic in a heavy plate glass case, and it will bo so arranged on a movable platf...

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. — 9 November 1893

J. l. K. M.i THE M1DDLEBURGH POST. T. H. HARTIR, Borrea aa Puhk MinDf.Fitri!(fH. pa., Nov. n. na. Uncle Sum furnishes forty-one per cnt. of the world' silver. Lord Mayors of London have eo1 lected during the past twenty years little over $.), OOO.MK) for charitable purpose. Mr. Street and Mis Lane were mar tied in Charleston, H. C, recently. Whereupon tli Hartford Journal facetiously nbHefves : "It was an ex peditions way of changing a lane iuto street " There an induration of the extent to which shorthand prevail in this count ry in the statistical report t lint during tin year eudiug June 15'ith, 1800, (j?,37. person received instrnc tinoa in stenography in tho various schools of the Uuitcd Kistes. Tho "goober" industry of Norfolk is unique. Here is n little rity in Vir ginia that Irks become the greatest dis tributing renter of peanuts in tin) world. A peanut is a pretty small item, tint an annual crop of something like 5,000,000 bushels, worth millions of dollars, tmikes a prett...

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. — 9 November 1893

It Is Not What We Say Bot what Hood's Rarsaparllla Don that tells the M'rr Hood'o Cures Pains in the Back And kidney trouble rau-ed me four year of tntTeritig. Was tclilc ben I commenced to laa Hnodt KarMiwrilla. An Improvement M quickly noticed and I continued Inking Hood' Sarsai ar.lla till now tor back In strong snd I am In i-erfett health. I think noon tun Hood'ssiCurcs lr.M Hood ewnmpariila much a It trill prla itself." Jolt Sahtosj. Scott date. Pa. UmT nil vure is i.tli aih.V. Try a box. mi' 4i t3 August Flower 9 "What is August Flower for ?" As easily answered as nsked. It is fqr Dyspepsia. It is a special rem edy for the Stomach and Liver. Nothing more than this. We believe August Flower cures Dyspepsia. We know it will. Wc have reasons for knowing it. To-day it has an honored place in every town and country store, possesses one of the largest manufacturing plants in the country, and sells everywhere. The reason is simple. It does one thing, and does it right. Itcuresdyspeps...

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. — 9 November 1893

1 Published every ThuriJay. T. H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which must be pnlrt In mlvanow when sent out hlilc the county.) BATH OF AOVIRTISINO. All transient mlvrrf Iwtnpntu not oth.rwlo ontitriu'loil for will tip rlmrtriNl nt. Mi riitp of 11 rent r Hue (nonparli-l im-amirr) fur flint lnr lion hinl loeciitn i't line fur cvrry ulV(in-nt lnat-rtluu. Thursday, November !, 1S!)3. Marcliii on to Victory ! 100,000 Strong ! Wave Tho Etjul Jir:::: TiJ: CO 0) 00 f u o o a O O u o a CO Cm o 4- o o u a, S o O 53 9 6 O 9) V J) 1 a ! O u )...... as 0- 4. 73 ay M Rothrock Rep. "J 1' 'JSfaiigTe"" Dm. Dem. "CF" Rep. J C Rowersox Rep. Jlenry Holinee Dem. l'Lares Herman Dem. James Krd Hop. TIioh Herbster Hop. H N Wetzel Dem. O C fSeV bolif Hop. R"OFihh" Dem. Z T (lemberliiitf Rep. John A .Schneo Dem. Alfred Speeht Rep. S (i Thompson Defll. 1) N1Y11 Hop. r C ( )sboi no 1 !!. !S M JlieksOfl Rep. H H r. - r-t si i rj w rj rj y w t i h ,-1 I f. HH HHHH f( fi ;i n J r. f...

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. — 9 November 1893

A s7 ! i, 1 Breef Fum Haws a Barrick. eh Kernel Harden. Well, Kernel, de bolidix fulir hut Jder en hardier pull g'mauclie but do gous load ins dresh-den I 1 1 i . i Keu oouy ao utixci laiuruciia Icr eu tthtrong fantasa. Do Lute ofhcers woo uwn druff inked hen hin shunt runner ga ,,t i , , it huucu un no guo ous-g hciikou un t o'm dresh-den nows g'feercd. ,Se ouclni ho now iiiimuy far on gons hr, un do giloifiunn aw net cms is in Jer loud wore os no so tzeega t inaucha. Dor Lower wicrdt sgailrushd mit der shteciii engine do woo uvvft druir g'hucked hen tcga tier urout un do gilo fres-sti oiis-gadrunhn shtroh. Mt-r maned net oh en si Lent ho tzeega kenta woo nix ruh tsu Trenail hen 1 So Hiu usbt aioLl ehtecka blivva far.wnro waso wo feel yohr, un sell woro wo ho Di laiuater load ei-forn hen Hulla. r waugii woro goot g'schmearod t onuer leit cram geld on twon h cent uir der dawler, awver do id woro unen ga-uoweo. un uer my ia in en ilreck-lueh g'fora un t um-g Hchnnssa. Feel fuhr-leit ...

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. — 9 November 1893

SILVER REPEAL IIS A DECISIVE BALLOT. Th M easurt Psssad tbaHou By Toti of 13 lo 94, and Boon After Wat Signed By th President, Bllver Buyiug Stopped. Th ilve r f. ght it ended. Tbe bonft cl Wednesday t 2 5"i p. m., concurred in It senate amendment to tbe unconditional repeal bill and it wat passed by Vote ol 1S3 yrea to JI nay a. Tbe President signed the bill at 4 3t o'clock. It was brought to tba Whitt House by Representative Albert J. rearton of Ohio, chairman cf the bouse commute on enrolled bill. Secretary Carlitle and Attorney Oeneral Olney were present When Mr. Pearson presented the bill to tbl I'reaident, Mr. Cleveland immediately took up bit pen and wrote these words In the lower left band corner: "Approved, Novem ber I, IK ?!, ('rover Cleveland," and tba bill became a law. Xli significant feature of the final strug gle in the House was the determined pur pone on the part of a smail faction of the Iemorrntic ailver men to harass tt t meas ure and to obstrnct its passage, but...

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. — 9 November 1893

,THB NIGHT WIND. vr ton ever heard the w.'nd co "TooooT" -III pitiful sound to hear ! j seems to chill you through and through With stnnor and speechless fear. j'i th vole of tho night that broods outside When folks should be asleep. tsJ many and manjr'a th time I'm cried othe darkness that brooded far and wiIe Over the land and deep : Whom do you w.mt. O lonaly night, That you wait the Ion hour through?" 14 ill night would say In Ha ghostly way : "Yoooooooo ! Yoooooooo ! Voooooooo '." gy mother told me long ago (When I wm a Utile tad) That when the wind went walling so, Homebody hod beea bad I iD'l then, when I wm snug In bed, W bit her I bad been sent, Tith the blanket drawn up ronnd my bead, ( J think ot what my mother said And wonder what boy she meant ' An I "Who i been bad to-day? ' I'd astt Of the wind tbat hoarsely blew. Kal that voice would any in It awful way ' "Yoooooooo '. Yoooooooo ! Yoooooooo " Fiat this was tr.ie I must allow You'll not believe it, though ' Ym, though...

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. — 9 November 1893

.' i . V HI LEV I'LT Vsyii cli ir uorni o"t t re ill tif ' ;?nnrr ! t hi' I' Mil KAS? ln ) J. D. ' V. M.f V. D AlS Wm. ), tICl' rue , 111 Vl l.tel Vine i Kjr; him Ix)7 '-I Uilli L'ni Tt mil 'ill be ' Hi Ilia rmr lip llin - r Bfl Wit Oft rrn wo la u i I oft ;p A'. Tl II H CtiD Kir tirh tt ; ' I Ui i Bl. f ot Letter From Baltimore. toe iit.e roon EXPOSITION. ! Are your children subject to croup? it so, you siioulil never be without i , bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Kein idjr. It In ri certain cure lor croup and his tievet been known to fit II. If ? i - t ....:.. i.n., Im,ii, given freely a soon a Hid rrnupy I.mtoi; IVst.-A. liter lias tr ith-,,,,, 'nn ,t w, reVr,lt ,,ie fully said, "Who would give their .tek. It In the sole reliance with l.illi to rut I) v one w'uo tliilu't ; thousands of mothers who have i i i i . ' ,..; l,ni-',r""py children, nn never diap unlnvtimlU. in: e smt, or liato 1(,ifl;,,1PI T',1Prp , tUng n Ms house hiiilt by some oho who giving this IS ly in lar;e and fre...

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. — 16 November 1893

i f E POST r'THE POST In uriMiatloally a N F.WS pM'KK.furthe People nnd lir"" rilllor. ' jruuii." jij- the I'enple. !( col- the discussion of tuples of rfi .lAC n.ll.r." 6 ,, .r,i,MK'i'.l a Isitiir, interest to IU patrons. C Siiiiniiptiiiiii.vi)ir VOL. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Joseph Shannon, of Adanisburg, viflited relatives in Mi Jdleburh over Sunday. Six wheelmen of Shamokin took dinner at the Washington House on Sunday. The Chapel Sunday school ren dered interesting Children's Day exercises on Sunday evening. Harry Iteigle, who is working for Bogenrief, the tinner, in Mitllin burg, spent Sunday at home. John A. Smith of Lewisburg, was in town on Tuesday, shaking hands with his many warm friends. Levi Rcnninger, one of Jackson township's old and respected citi zens, is very low with consumption. Mrs. J. D. Hamilton, of Adams burg, was the guest of her brother, George Erhart, in Swineford, over Sunday. David Wetzel, proprietor of tho Swineford Cash Store, is in the tastern cities t...

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. — 16 November 1893

i! Cf u I fct.KV SVI'LY Two, Wtynfi i i-ach c-j ! nmrni lost Were i , list of Cursr A.M. ' . ,.h'i Mil, tin! M., V. M. i ' W.I): Al MR ' W. t'ssV' mc ; , Hi ' I'd Vele . Ltd Vine -;' inn Ixyn ! Hilii L'ni TI Milt , ill iliC at'l" -be ' V" ilia tmr ' tUP tliri rsr of I wre -ft mt wo lis ill i I oft ;p rd A , TI II : tb. th an , CtJf Kir K I Tew r?e i 1 OOLDEN ROD. Fprlng Is I he morning of (he jrM.tr, Anil summer is th noontide bright Th until nn I the nvcniug ele.ir That comes issfor.ithe winter' night. And tn I he vn!nt. every wh'r Along the roidslde, tip an I down, 1 see the golden torch ft tr ' Like lighle I street lump in the town. I think the butterfly in. I I, from distant mctdows coming bv)r, Are I'tllte cn.itnld when they see These lamps along the hotnwar I track. But those who sliy too 1st get lost i l'or when I tin d.irknisv fall alsitit, Iown every lighted trt th frst Will go no. I int th torches out ! I'rsnk Dempster Sherman. A SAVAGE SCHOLAR. I T HI.stK n. tIAItT. KVId'...

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. — 16 November 1893

.--v - MM.lMlMt.M. t' in .1 In Oldee Ties. pl evfrlncikml (be. Importance of em- willy tsjneftcial effect ana. wee. eatrafled ilb transient action, but how that It It gener ally known 1hi fyroi of r iga will permanent ly trnre liekltnal nMIHilion, well-informed file will not tony other letati res, which a4 tot la lima, but finally injur tba ayalcm. Alone, strong: thumb lwv Indicate Teat will power anil force of character. feffllrted with eoreeyesneei ty. 1aa Thorn o'a hye-water. liniririaUeell atl'te per bottle (.rest Hritain lina Z reentered pilots. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CORES A Running Sore i)n my wnkie ii:hi Hurst,, linnlly spreading w.r both feet, atin utiU hands. Hones cam tut of my Iocs anil fliiKr. 1 lni sleep and t'tltc. 1 m in tad w hen 1 Irfunn total Hood's Sarsaparilla Before I niiialied tiic tml bottle I cnttlt vat nil rleep well. 1 lonlli.ueil Willi the araiar il a nn J now the sure i.re all healed." Mils. Mahy .THkm k, iT-J'i l.Hti.i.a Mnet, I'IiiIr Itlplila. I'd. tu t u...

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. — 16 November 1893

I I. H; tb. th, n . Kir' lap ll Published every Thursday. T- H. DARTER Editor anl Proprietor. Subscription $(1.50 per year. (which must b pl1 in alraniM whrn sent out side Hip county.) RATItOr AOVIRTISINO. All trnnvlrnf artvprtl'wmmt tint othnrwli" c?iiri'ii'ii f.ir will Ih rhariri'd hMIii' nio nr 1.1 routs kt line (nonpur i nii'aauri'l tur tlrtt Inser tion ami in renin per line fT every sntivriunnt IllSerilnn. Thursday ,Xovenilerll, 1S9.1 Dog nrvl Hyena. A SAVAHE I liillT IN W illi II Tilt HOU IMMKH ( 'IT ON TD1-. r'rmii 111" I'iih- r.M TlNH'. With hi troth firmly iinlictMotl in this titik of the na hyonii the huge African limiting ihu: in the Imppy eiitro at IIuu'eiiheek'H in Midway ri.iixani'i', Will's I'air, derlarei liin mil horit v. vrntcctini? the hi'iirs mid nmnkrvs limn the infuriated ln-a-t. It was shortly nt'ti r-imoii, whilo the rest of the tuiiuial nt the I'iirm wriv I'lijnyitii their iuict, lieai'i'ful midday meal that the nt- t"ii hint s and pfifiirmrrs wi re slid dci...

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. — 16 November 1893

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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. — 16 November 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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