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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 November 1893

.7 HAKINO LEAD SHOT. SOMF.THINO AUott A SIMPLE UVTClfKIOt INDISIIIV. Dropped Krom at imKh Tower Thf Little Spheres J0lel ,y N ural Kor ., ortn;I Different sixes. N OT half n HeCii.r dozen Lloeks from Hull ill New York Cite ilemler irou tower tinea hig into the ftir. Its purpose ik tbe n,,,, foot tire 0( small medallic pelletsi fi' the use of aports ' "mes. "-nil f then,, t turns out billions every wee ? ,coll weather. Up near the top of the Vtrnetura are furnaces tor melting the substance, which la ponreil in showers of globules down through the shaft. Ther full into a well of water lit the bottom, out of which they are then scooped, to be tortd into proper Hien ami polished for market. I'.aeli individual shot must pas a test ainl be declared per feet before it is permitted to go out. l'erfect ahot eonl.l be made by fall ing two feet just a well as by drop ping a distant? of 'JDO feet, if otilv they rould eool rapidly enough, The hot, when they nre let fall from the top of the tower...

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. — 16 November 1893

The Dutchman1! Insurance. I Areyonr children ubjet to eroupt . If mi, you should livr r lie without A I liottle of ( liumberlmus t jli Keiii- A story i tM of a Oeriimn vlio edy. It I n certain cure for croup, 1111 11 . . inuMin iiinl has never hern known to fail. If L.ul taken pr.emtmn to inm K,vrn fm,,y B. . M. the ,.r,ipy tlio lifo of his wife for five thousand .tMili nppeur It will prevent tlie nt dollar, nu.lhi stable far nino hun-! t.ick. It Is tlie sl reliance with i i i r .-. . l. . f r tlioiiMiii'N of mother who have .Inul. Ul.eviig tho I'll nit'i might pro(pv ,.,,,,,,.. a,, m.v,.r 1NlM,. die an. I t'i l itN r bo burnt mi l no .,j,,t. Mihiii. There in no danger in coul.l liut get nloii!' without MHix giving this It-ine.ly in large Mini fre , r ... il, , 1.wu ,.!, iiuent dose-, as it contain nothing comp,..s.it.o f.. Ih- I )' l" j,.j.irioo. .10 rent I...M le for sale l.v policies rvrrc taken tmni tin- name u M Miin.lel. M I.MIel.iirgh, and .1. ngei.l. In .k f.ov lnolltlH nftc...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

Tilt POST THE POST t rmpJM.'nllr NF.WS l'AI'KH.Wth lynplpand tiy iipip. lit ool ninnt ar ilw.v vn tor Hip fllwiflnn ( topics of interest tells pat runs. -' s; It run l.v ttii" rtllt'ir. Ii w nni an on'ttn." II wi-nr i.o'Tniiiir." II lirwr iIihIiti'iI II IsKIIC, Xn.l no it will tilt . SiUnTl.M.ll t l.MiuJPHf mM llffirlSM -v'jwin rt.-.i::'vp.xw.ifii bikini i , iiAv&riiJ;t:" . Conimlaeioncrs. 1 - VOL", 30. ITEMS oi LOO AL INTEREST S.S.Scboc.i and bU adopted duugh ter, Marion,' Bpent Sunday with bis "brother Allen Sbocb, at Shamokin Pa. Rev. Neff will preach a Thanks giving sermon in the Lutheran church on Thursday Nov. :n, nt 10 o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Runklo ami two little sons of this place, ami Mrs Lewis Miller of Globe Mills, are visiting relatives at Watsoutowu thU week. Mrs. Sheriff Bolender, who'.visited relatives in Akron, O., for several months, came home on Friday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Maggie, who spent the summer at "that place. The Lutheran congregation has ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

SI ' ftfE M1DDLEBUK0H POST. V. M. BARTIR, bmi An hVi, MIDDLKRirRGII. IM.. NOV. 23, Uf3. Th Southern Tuoific Railroad", it i teporteil, tin come to thei conclusion that it is useless to attempt to prevent tramp from riding on freiKht train, mi linn derided thst hereafter tbjr may ride free. The full i tin- time of t he yenr whn the country ilrmntiil for )roketi-dwn tri'ft ear hor-c i the greatest. Por ing the colli weatlur tlj( animal K't ohwI to their r n nil si rrouiiilin, re cuperate, have only h.iiii;h exercise to keep them in co.,.!,.,.,,, ami I,v spring a.1.1.. . l:..l. i l... I . .. - re nine to nccoini'liHh till 1, cutler inula of f ..v i up iin.l hVr.is. in. Krnntur I'cikiii", of t'uiifurtii-i, mrriliea hi" popularity to n siiniil J lit Jo method hi' lllis ,.do.t-i!. Hi- mvf Hint lie Iiiim ii lihhit of nuking very upwind ir tlui'il man he units fur the tiniu of iliiv, find imtni il;ati iv setting hiii on n xxut.'li rii-coi ding; to tin- in formal ion uivcti him. Senator Fir ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

M AI-t'IFlCrAI, STONK. ClrNlsO MAM IMITATK THE ffH'KSSK OK N ATl'KK. K ItApplf xirowlng Indastry Slaba Canoe Marie Larger Than On 1 Quarried lieantifnl ?rolucti of the Art. TU, manufacture of artificial ftone is one of tl most ini pirtaiit and ranhlly growing; tf the industries of the United Stated. Over a erge part of thin country no natr.i'al atmea for Iniildiuff purposes iro foui'ud. An area almost destitute of consolitfjited rook ia the great plain forming tne festera edge of the United Ftsjtea, from northern New Jersey no at sward to Florida, extend ing mound lie gulf coast, and stretch ing as far nf the Miseissippt Valler an Cairo, 111. I There n practically no material of the aort to be bad in the southern cotton Wit. . Fortunately, in nearly every portiou of Hi in recti, ti, natnre haa provided abundant Mi ft' which ran lie formed into atone ly irtinVe. Howrver, arti ficial dtoue is itisej not only in tiat.-f.?a devoid of the natural product. Jt ia manufactured extensively i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

f j ( Publislioit every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which miiNl Im p:ll In niltntu'c nlico noiit out mil- the county.) RATtS Or AOVIRTIIINO. All trnnwti'iit mlvrrt lament not nttirwls rmitrai't.'il for will In rlnirsfril lit 1 ho r:itr of 1.1 tvtita per line (iinnpiirtel ini-iimm-) fur tint Inser tion unit lucent ht line for every AUlwipient insertion. Thursday,Xovember23, 1S93. Another of Los'i'.'f's Mis?.V';3. An oil fi'lrii." nays, "Misery love company." Tho trtitlifiilnesM of t his time honored Hity iiivT i fx-inili in luxt week's ioi of '.lie S"linn grove Tiun under nti article hctiil- 1 "Win iv the f:iu1t lie" in which Lesher, the "Star" of llm Snyder county Di'Ijuhthcv, trie In vri,'l(; hiin If out of tlic "li"le" into which liu linn gotten l'V Ins own nl upi-lity, ly a'tcmptim: t tliiMW tin- Manic of not lmvii.t,' tlio f:incli'l:it- for tin office, of Associate .1 n ci'ilil'uvl to tin' State 1 )rp u l til- lit. upon the Commissi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

A Cheerful Personality. rt,r ii no twwer o Btrongr, bo Lent, bo dominating as the power 'personality. When the members 1,.1. ooVinl.l lirinir thin now or in y g uvuvU.v. . - L fullest cbarm to uear on lue uschold of Hie, the nousenoia ai . i - v- jco uecomea me uumo. ip ,,rrpa of wealth can give, no Utnt- LiiorjBof poverty can take awny, v;s nil conquering force. nl while charm of personality is - .lnl in.lnail tn n vnr V L.. ilaproe. ft natural cift it can Lobe very successfully cultivated kl it is the duty ol every numan I:-- tn sn.lnitnr fo cultivate it. flUB v ii iivh ,,roHencNH anl ploom effectually l nut nil tho claJnes nnd sun- tnfi of life-, and taking thoHe away lore in alno taken away tho working -co, tho energy that forms tho mo r. In a happy and peaceful framo mind nil w ork, or even caren, are mparnlively easy to bear; in nio i'Iichs, or bittrness, they are ito the reverse. It in just as easy have tho manner of pleasantness, e:isc, for response, as it is to go nit in a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

CAPRICE. 6ha hang tbe cage it 1 h windosf ff he goes .y." Alio said. "Ha will bear my robin singing. And wlieu he his head I hall I sitting hers to aw. An.l he v.- 1 1 Ihw to me, I know. Th robin sing n love-aweet aou-, The yn man rtiael hi head , Tli- tn.tid-ii turn- I iwiv and hluslie !, "I am n fn " n.i. An I went on broi.leriug Hi il' A n:i.-i-y. I 1 1'iiiit. w.tit.. .aa m i I lc. The i II III III i.i:tr, s'nWiy Hv t hi iiotia t'ir time that dar . tli- f i h-r i.-.r I (r )iii tli- w.n low II-' ti'd ii. il lv; Ihia way.'' fvie nt li-r .. . i Ian,.;. All I iifll" I. Ill I pi IV' a .l!'.4t II I' w!l"il iliw.lnv ya till" a'r. aai! ' I H'.i 1 1 Iril It- t . ;.l -o u- ( I . ij , ... . , , T..':-i;.. Tin n .t it a.. ,: ." fo .vii-ii i rii;,- sh w-i'. t o'f, t i- v. i-ii' in I I ! iii a in h.r.:,-. 'J .ley lull l.ni .,j .t:i..r TiiMn- .!,: ,. . i '.". r '.-. 'x i ; :-1 n 'n,Min,i1r Vi I I- in; ..r .'-, in u. , , V v . ' ' , . . (, I f An I Iii l v -1 In i . .. . ,;iv., II- i.i , t'i.. r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

( TTiw Itolrjr. jotter sUUstlcs are nrprlalnr. eceDSus returned show the trior in ftfgrtiralc of 600.000 tons, r joO, 000,000 pouods, manufactured Ube United States in 1890; and the inmj nus finjimuiy increased How much of all thli -was margarine, sold under the name . .. I I j v. . . - a 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 lBOVici, ib in uiiw HTikillK n lllbto V In the day to inquire. Put the I, returns are professedly all of yen butter, and this may he the fart, it ld that the IgMi product In , rountry would require 1,000 right trains of HO car each, and cb carrying 20 ton, to transport It. seems to be ihe largest butter ducer her return, thiee .var 1 twin? a hundred million pounds )0,000,000s worth 21. 000.000. 1111- u tKKl next, with O.vooo.ooo rth 120.000,000. Wisconsin's t,rts- Wt was stf.ooft.OOO p, units, worth 000.000. and Mlfirirsola'a nearly u tat hers tcinir woitli lH.ncin.onn. liie MichiiranV whs worth tT.ftoo. 1 In lPf5 tho HBieHi'd value of n was $700.000. 000 or more than capita! of all t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 November 1893

Reasons Why Hordes are Choap. Uoij-th arc now Helling fit nston-ii-liiinrly low pihvs. There appears to ho nlmust :k demand for fitrin horse, ninl tlic prices for carriage lioics nrc coi'rfKpiiiiiliiml.f low. At the Tatteisiill sul.s recently price l (in fr :n S1..V. to sso, Mid it whs liuiil In (li-pn-c (if them for miy price. A Wi st (Muster gentleman Muted t I.im in. .1 i,ini Unit Ikj knew a horse to sell fir ."SMI recently tlmt !?-'. was r fused for lust fpriug. Tho "Vi lli f woiil.l not mi 11 lust spring because In- Wanted tho horse to do his farm wm 1-., ut having finished that for this rial- ho cent the horse to I'hil.nlelpl hi. It was in good condition, and iu itself as valuable as if was last spring, hist nt public nah it brought only tho price uaiii 'd .:,.. There are several reasons given for the low prices, all of which may Imvo something to do with the nun ki t. One is that tho introduc tion of electric railways iu small Ion (is h hading to tho use of the ciii s mure un...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

t . THE POST THE POST I r-mphaMrally TJrWR V Al" K It, tor the People and Djr tlie I'enpie. It col umns are alwoya open for III dlwuwdon of topics of Interest to IU patrona. N run liy 1 lie editor. It la not nn "(irifnii.'' II Mriir no'Mdlliir." II IH'SiT IihIu cI a IhhUC, A nil never Kohl mil . X tj 00. Commlwioncrt. VOL. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST R. Guntzberger pays tbe highest price, in cash or trade, for all kinds of furs. Jacob P. Aurand is confined to his bed by an attack of billious pneu monia. Columbia county Roller Process Buckwheat Flour for sale by J. W. Swartz. It is tho finest 2t. Frank Hare and wife, of Qlen Un ion, Clinton county, visited relatives at this place over Sunday. Give some people!!mountain-mov-ing faith, and everybody else's land would soon be covered with hills. Mrs. Frank Gaugler and little daughter, Aida, of Selinsgrove, are visiting relatives in Middleburgh. Mrs. Henry Herbster and little on and Miss Carrie TJIsh, of Swine ford, spent Sunday at Selinsgro...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

THE M1DDLEBURGH POST. T. B. HARTXR, Iti-r v rw'i. MIM)I.KItrR(iH. PA.. Nov. "ft. lf3. There in said to tie nn unusual in juiry for farming lands) in Alabama, Tarn general inanagrr of the land of n railroad say lie receive application very dny from the- North mid West from those desiring; farming lands. The) statement is mails that there are urn than three hundred companies iu the United State that employ electric Ityio running: operations for lil't ami power. It in altKi elated that fully one third of the copper refined iu this country i treated electrically. Uimarck's private physician, Vr. HohweDnioger. haa written an article in which he severely criticises and fon drum various modern fade, such as vegetarianism, the all-wool and all cotton doctriucs, the Kneipp cure, ad the "Schwetiiiinprr cure." He explains tlml th "cure'' earned after Lint ia "in every sense a clever swin U;M that it i a misleading; Keiicrali station of method and practices which he doe indeed recoinuiend iu nu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

A SERI.ION ON HUNTING. WHBiB MIR HAKE MISTAKES. Dr. Tain; Diva an Interaatlng Talk Appropriate to tha Beaaoa. f Tn: mtn fh ni'r i,n 'of ft-eerfe rA jrry, nnttal nii'il he W(iiid fi nani." rOuesl jlir.. 87. A few nltrhts ns" SOI ma enifnoad alontr. the Lou Inland railroad so ns to ho ready forthe"oext mortiin, w.ilch w. tba first 'open day" for deer hunting. Del ween sun rise and 2 o'clock in tin? afleinoou of that lir tliteen deer were shot. On tint 2'Jth o( Oi.nobr out won I and forest resound with tne snook of firearms anil are tracked ot pointer and setter because the qntiil are then a lawful prize for the sportsman. On a certain day In all F.ulati I yoa can hear the rr.tok of the sporrs-nsn asm. because grouse hunting lia begun, and very mnn that ran afford H) t linn and am munition and ran draw a head marts for tha field. Xennptmn grew eloquent In reirard to the art of huntiuir. In tha far east nm. pie, elephant mount ml, eh.sas the tiger. Tha American Indian dart hi arrow at t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

:(s , , PubliHheJ every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor anfl Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which must bo nM In rnlrnnr whr-n son. out lli the county.) RATI Or AOVIftTISINO. All Trarm-lint aitvr-rtlwmr-nta not nthr-rwla cmilrnrimi fur will l" rhnriri"1 at ttii rati' ot IS crnta r-r llMc(nniimrli'l nipaHiirv) for Drat Iniwr tlon inn! 10 ci-nts jwr line for every wnlwquent luwillnti. Thursday,November.W, 1893. WORLD'S FAIR TROPHIES, The McC.niili k II irvrtltiir V.ii-lilne roinpnny Awiinlcil Si-vi-n Miilnla ami IHplnina for Hi" MHinTlor KmtIIcimi' of TlM'lr Itlnili-r ami .MilT At tho WorM's Colutiibinii Kxpo Hition hovoh mourn niul hovcii diplomas were nwunlod tlio McCor mick lliii voHtint; Machine Company of this city. Tin so honors nro in recognition of tho merit of (lie fi llov- hii; mimed miwliines miinnfiictnred by the McCormick Company. The Midline of Steel. Uindlochiiie, Open Elevator, MeCoimiek Simple Knot ter, No I Steel Mower, lJiir Steel Mower uu.l the Coin lluw-nt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

Brccf Fum Hawsa Barrick. Lever Keknel Harder. Sham. Wnisht du wos en sham is t Du iloonht net t Well, well ! Un tie weMt is so full os le nirgpr kep felwi iu iter BockmooM Valley. Ae sort Bunras sin tie wisa tlicher os do weipsloit ivver do kuppa-kissey Lonka fun da bedder far ho shio gooka nmuclio. 80 sin far gor ken uho except fur eui kolde bio gevva bis mer es bod ob-g'sbart but eb nier noi Rroddlii con. Icb bob s'sawd Be sin fur ken use. So sin ducb. Era use is fur ebbes tsu dockn ho os iner's not sa'na Bull un hcII is generally tlrcckicbo kuppa-kisHPr. Awver des oin net de nutrient sort bbams os in dura weldt nin. Do mensbta Bbams sin unicb du left. 'Mobl 10 Hort fun Bella Bbams is der sham politician, woo net wane far wass os aro en Detnagrawd odder en Republican is, awver will olsfart oflice. Icb mecbt eue en sham sbtateHiuan hivm, awver wile are ken history un ken tzeiduughcBed ware's shier en shont ene tsu fargleicha tsu ma sbodda fun ebbes os reebpecta- ble si mecbt. En on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

THB FARMER'S THANK30IVIN0. TBS earth Is brown an I the itkirm ars gray, And the windy wood are hara, And the first white flka of the owning snow Ar afloat in ths Ir.nty air. But tho spirks fly up from the hickory loir, And th hnmostowd's hroi 1 stone hearth, And the win low sink aud Mi rftr ring To lli" U N and tho li4V mirth. The farmer's face t furrow! and worn, And hi' lock ar thin and whit. Out hts hunt In Ur n tnd III vole U cleir, And hi y ia hlu, nnd hrls-lit Aa ha turn to look at hi ' old wlf, Who 'Ills in tha uwn of ray. With I'ol'Wuh kr'lilMf ami cranny frill Hun wore on her wtddui4 day. II Imwa hi h'nd to th In l"n board, And lil k ! ihoy ar silent .all ''Tliuki. ,iii. l,or I. for tint ruin and aim, An I tin fruit on (lie urch.irl wall. For th llvr wheat mid tlm K ldu corn. And tin stir of n tol.sotn, It f . Tlia Kro it-wt lilmain ilia' Thou canst ifiie A tnm iiu. I Living wif, "' Till whitn-haim I lover lu lin I to k MT lian I In it frill of And I hi In lod r 'in rcr wri...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

J L """ . ., . ... ..'., ...r ' .! tr.....-.,...1.v,-. .,,r,..,,-..-, rtrf-riwy'.' rrw--ir-'' I- - - - -, of ew lie ial ty ia a ert ul ut tei 10b ter ity teil U oir al an tba ua an, (or wn icb tba ware f niniMl fe Catarrh Tkal , Isatala Mereerv. Laierrwry wl.l surely deAtrov (he eensa of i II arid cimii'letel) ueraneel he whnleaystera la-n enuring .1 1 b rwnih I he ronrniw inrfMH. nh art trim nhrnild never Ym nsed eicent on iri'tion I mm r pui able phy-lrlan.a tha .niw they will lo 1" ten fold tn t he rnl von v derive from them. Haifa Catarrh nianiifo'-t nrrd by F. J. Chen-v A Co., .,,irln. ()., contain o mercury, and Is taken 'rnalir, acting directly upon the hloo.l an I ,vitn) en rf area of tli avsiem. In haying j,ir atsrrh I'nre be enretnget the genuine, S taken Internal 'V, and Is made, tn Toledo, by F. J. ClieneCn. T- llmnnlaNfrea. If iruuKnl, prica VSo. per bottle, I princess Beatrice in able to ilay tb moat iffi.alt music at :trit. lTha The fuchaia f aliens it a Msxicsn lant,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 November 1893

Hi Offering. Iotroli Fpm rro. There win a eliiM deaJ in the house. A trill of seven or eight whoso deformity had not allowed ur to lie as other children. She looked out and hiiw them nt pluy lienrtl them tll of the streets niul pinks fur away of tho broad field nnd green woodn which her eyes bad never looked upon. Almost help less surrounded ly poverty tho world outside wasn strange world tolier. Sometimes she sat for hour s and wondered what it was like, and when she awoke nt night and caught sight of tho twinkling stars through her window she grieved nnd wept beeauHo she could not go forth and walk to aud fro and know that they were looking down upon her. One time one time when sbo Bat on the doorstep and saw a lad of the street crush a poor, homely flower beneath his heel a flower which some one had thrown away in pacing she cried out in sorrow, aud to comfort her ho had promised to some day bring her a store of them. For days and weeks and months she had remembered this promise,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 December 1893

' ' ....... , . .... W ..... . . V . , .! I T ' ' ' THE POST THE POST t impht1onlly NKWB PAPKH, forth rxnlen! bjr tl I'mplfc J' col umns are olwnyx open for tm dlsoiiMi.m of topin of Interest to IU patron. T't rim 'v ti nlltnr. II lsnipt'iwi"ivirtn." It tti'iirn no'Tolliir." It ri"WT il.idirvcl ii imue, A till IX'VIT Hull! OUt, tiiiiTiini" .-.toncf8' 1- iW" VOL. 30. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO.. PA., DECEMBER 7, 1893. NO. 17. ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST Generally when a mau feels the need of economy he thinks it ought to begin with hit wife. W. W. Smith of Paxton, Dauphin county, spent Sunday with his uncle, John I Smith. Minn Mabel Wittonmyer anil II. Burns Smith of Bucknell, spent Wunday with their parents at this place. The world has very little respect for the religious profession of a man who doos not make an honest effort to pay his debts. FhilipSpaide and Jos. Clolan, who were engaged at bricklaying in Low istown, finished their job and re turned home on Saturday. On Saturday night w...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 December 1893

THE JUESSAGE. President Cleveland Discusses PDblic Affairs. "TARIFF REFORM" URGED. Hawaiian Matters Reserved For a Special Message. Chlnesertrgtst ration Law -Thel nltril ' Htates ami llra.ll - reflects of the Mlver Purchase- Itrpenl -Affairs lit Home unit Abroad --Work of the Various liun-mis Summarized , Public Kt-otiortiy Advocated -Ad-i lulnlMt ration's Pension Policy. iThi I'reidnt'i nnnii.il mpss;ig, whl.-h lias Iku rni In both Hons.- of Conross, is mainly u follows : To the ('ongps of tho full.. 1 Ktnts t The "ii-titutional duty wliioh r-qulros thi- I'r'sld-'iit from flnv to tlui- to give to Hi Congrs iiifoniiHtl'iii of the st.ito f tin I'nlcin, mi I D i'ti i.:ii-nl to tlwlr ''hsld'-ni-tioti sti'-li tniA4iir"H ns he shall judgn ns,'.-. snry nud iiM-diidit. IsllKingly i-nti-red upon by i-otnn ling to tho rnngr n cnn-fiil cxnmirmtlon i.f tin- iM:illl stnti-nn-uts nnd Woll-'ii portal n-rtiuiuridittlohs rvntiilind In the ri'portM of the Innids of 1f.art tuotitx, who rtm -hhfly cl...

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