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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 February 1888

21 Vfctfiefcs '7 Thursday. M.nr fri.iirli tnrasshani lbs "tv a. aanrirna- tba news 111 rpe. J. H. Etelnlnjrer, foreman of the! Ssasoaabla Dress Goods at nark Four, was yesterday elected Chief down prices, Bcbooh's Bros,, Sellns Barges of If Iddlebartfh. We always '(rove, Pa. tm towna. "IHasae and elhhorhooos. wna MttepUl a foal, a a will ' " P. 7f MtdW. Oar ealnmae will always baop.n "TT " -i.- i.a 4s intik Ibranah Iherunf llx"Vm ii o" aaWar.al ra.ponlbl. forth. plaloni th.y may .ipr.e. ,,.. -.- fba Conrtir or Vvder Caonty ra held on tba fnnrth Mondeyi ftr.ri..r.r JaV.Md Sept.mbar, and saoosd Way af Baeambar. ..Mill I I-T 3T0T3J TO STO35RIB133. I,ook at ibe ftnirurcs on the label of rxir pnnnr. 1 nose mm res j- WHt DATK TO WHICH TOIMl IM'IIHCHIP- tt iaiu. Within 8 weeks after tnanevl a sent, see If date Is changed. jila ther receipt Is necessary. Store. 8. In a general A experienced ripply at once. 11. Howkiisox. of Iowa, wus win ckiir nam ti tali." lO'.ti, n' II Ml liint'em." Mlse ...

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. — 23 February 1888

Dciire to call the attention of ch Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of FooFBDBttQDire, airpQto, CuDona godI (DODeir Wjfq9 PDacao; Fcjaopo and small Musical Instruments. Wo carry the largest stock of the abovo goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a visit to our upacious waro room, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo foro purchasiug.We are offering i,r arpct Stock at special prices and liavo made great reductions in every department. REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OP SNYDER COUNTY ! AVo also have a full line of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining to the furnishing of a houso and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. K. SMITH & Co. (Limited 220,222, 22i,Pront St., Milto ftHffBHBH1!!! Fond Mother Entertained. A woman on wlioite fan deep lines had traoed tbe word "old without age," walked about a dime museum leading a...

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. — 1 March 1888

I -M AV x n. nARTEii. VOL. XXIV .J..Jl L I'm getiiog Into terribly bud b.b- a its Dor. Urenkiatt ftt lifm-pssi sin ' Jost fanoj mj iodolgioR in nob boart thrs yesrs ago, darlioR bsfore tbs world mado op ita mind thai I paioted respsotsble pictures aod oboaa to pay ins accordingly . And young Melville Austin rose from Uie daintily spread breakfast tabid at wbiob ba aud hia wifn ware Billing. I bbpe tbat you're goiog to remain at bom lb la morning,' Dora said in a aoft, coaxing tone tbat well be came ber pettite figure and blonde haired, girlish beauty. 'Do yon know, Anstio, tbat you have not painted an atom of canvass this weckt There's your new picture of Anthony and Cleopatra' Tea, my lore,' the yonng artist Intermpted, 'Ijplead guilty to hating shamefully neglected Anthony and Cleopatra; but this moroinj, 'a engage, ment will not occupy much time and I ahall be borne in ao hour, I trust, ready to begin work. In Hie mean while, Dora, if that model of whom I was speaking should make...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 March 1888

BY 'T. II. llATtTISK. SubMripHon 1.50 Per Year BATES OF ADVERTISING : Ch.nB. Jn Year winimi wiumn, una ar. .. .; mi Qi-1natih(ilarnn. 1). Yar. A-fl Mlnl Cenla. ir tear avoo AaiwUar, r-utor. Administrator, tnl AtHBBe Null) 1'0 WVn ip-ll rrniciiiMnti are nu ll. !l Mrnlaeeieiita,lnert.-il (or li than I nm- !). SI. tit per li.eu Uit h-a in'nrMon loo Mount loaartlus nJ 71 ceuta lor eacl. tfioeaia.rtt Insertion. MIL ', 1.1. ' Thursday, March 1, 1S8S, Yooog man. if you aro out of em ployment, and can't find steady woil; at home go wost, or south or a me wboro clue and take yonr chances fur ancces. Don't board wilb yonr par ents and lay around tie homo till tlm moss grows on yonr Luck, but sent tor out iulo tlio woild mid bo,'iu on yonr own Look to noiko f.r yourself ft fortune nod a ehuh What if von do havo it a little hard ut fnt Btd meet with alviniji it will do JOUi good will harden your Vouch, de - irelop your muscles ami expui-d your brain. Lcmrkatta Fos'.Cha:s- We learn of a remarkab...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 March 1888

ft - . J&ki vary Thiii-siUr. at-War frlBi1i taratuaont le eeenty win MkVtilela feet.. '1 ' hm "p mm" Vt. Oar e.lnejBl will al. t-eep-a to" ke wlih te apak Ihr.nnh lh.t..B fJV will not keidoaraall reeuoeilbla forth. ialDi tuey may eire.. area raaarr roeBra.-rha Court" of Ylar C'aantr ara held mi tha fourth Monday; Woarr, liar, and Mepiamber, aoda.eoad 'Way af Uaeambar. 1T0TC3 T0 5U33:3I32R3. Iak nt the floirures on the label of vour pnpr. Thou figures tell you WW PATH TO WltKMt YOUR S11HSCHII TION W 1'AIU. Within week", after liionvl aenf, nee If tate Is changed. $9 other receipt is neoeMary. Ti;ri 1 1 cilie taui ti talcii' cr.ti. a' bun nut 'en." Candidates ara erecting alters on which to offer themselves as sucriuoea to the political gods. f lnn ttoant.Ay of MliMMmrtrh. was viMtlnir thejjmdlof H.F. Ulrlcli, . of Penn. TrM I Tin? time to cf. uVrlllzfr for SAlti crops hits arrived. The ex .tit.lvuae of the I. i Thomas &' Ron's KootU Is a very conclusive argu iiietkCHJr favor....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 March 1888

Jo tt.. SEi-Stflii & O909 -(MnMeflt), H2Mom9 Dfo.9 oooooooooc ooooo. OOO (O00( KjOOOOOO Dcsiro to call tho attention of tho Public t their Largo and Varied Stock of 2. r.. and small Musical Instruments. Wo carry tho largest stock of tho abovo goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a visit to our spacious varo room, will fully repay you and wo hereby cxtond a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices be fore purchasing. Wo are offering our orpct Stock at special prices and have inado great reductions in. every department. REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OP SNYDER COUNTY I & n V" Wc also have a full lino of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining to tho furnishing of a house and all at prices 23 per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH & Co. (Limited 220,222, 224,Tront St.,Miltoii lii i ( ! i i ' i .It j 'i I i I - Cudion Wo:lss cf a Eei Haaded Girl- "Come In." The Invitation m cxt...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1888

' i i - T v x 1 i i i i l i i . . . BMgWWWMMWWWI'..ll'imwWII 1ILI-JL1-'. -'-!1J! .1.' - '.. . i. .- He that will not reason is a bigot; lie that cnncot is a fool ; ho that daro not is a slave. fr-r t. K. UARTKE. kditor jjcd puorn " NO 12 VOL. XXIV M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDEIt CO., PENN'A, MARCH 8, 1888. V 1 i Eck Eia Whoa Ile'i Pcwa- 1 When th sun of prosperity's ablnlor, And a man's growing rloh every day- When la case and comfort reollnlnjr, And tfoldeu sneouM crown his way, How friends will then look about htm; But If fortune should happen to frown, How quickly he'll gat the 'cold shoot der, And be 'kleked becanee he U down.1 How kindly the world will euille on him. When life with successes abound I How cordially, blandly, . 'twill greet bint At In pleasure he's riding around I But then let reverses o'ertake hi in, And friends both In country and town nnt a kind sentenoe to cheer him. nnt will kick him as soon as he's down. Let a man get position or wealth. Matters not If by Intrigue or ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1888

T. II. HAIITER. abierltMa 1.50 Tcr Year RATES OF ADVERTISING : j i ?fam IT rS1! iwitai cuuma. one i nr.. a. One iHf, to.ao a, una iw mo M ltalAl I IaviIl nr rktr . aa no wmwr, Miniwr, ABmnumiori aaa AMIajaee Netloea l.M Vb.TJ ao pflll arranfmeate ara na1a, all Tvraae titi.lMWhil lot li than 4 monlhe, tW l.a pr uoh lor ftn laiertloa 1 oi otweeeandleterfloa aad II eeaw lor eeee lbeea,aeol laMrtloa. tbia bat been brought abont princi pally by tba newspaper. Now and Iben wa find aoma narrow-mined, bigoted and egotistical people wbo condemn tba preaa, and oooaaiooallj ooraa aoroas ooa wbo makes it bia boast tbat ha te?er reads a newspa per. 8acb people are a centory be hind the age, and for oar part wa say giro ns mora papera of tba right kind, and let the good work of edu cation go oo. cotot r&ocszsxNai LM.IJJIL..IJ Ml. '1.1 'I' ' r Thursday, March 8, 18S8. 1 L Tba Judge of a Ne York district Court, at a marriage ceremony which ue recently performed, introduced oaw form which will, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1888

: t2 ry Cnry. . .1 .Alil atfcsa aftaMat W I "i; ::VhhiV ...a ; that he ha sterling stuff la him." WT7.Tr.VJ'- fT.ai 1U ares. "IM ... . had n very Interesting aesslon Mon i - X. h. iMtM cor ati. nail II U worthy of not that bnldn Itl Ksanraa c C.LZ3.-TW l-Sow- rroe to th other td. h U t traitor, th rule among men, and th. eieep- In ali icf pawoaal property w i l l be VWHUW M Waal w vawwa. . - ..4 ImI the., there U , lion amODC wooro, an fonatblog wrong aboat him. But hA gear of tb wan Is too sloe and in iMtM tha nthav aide and warm, whll that of woman afford eome orar to at, than ha It a man of srtat ooarar. and wa always 'feel taeao lauraat i re.paB.ible tsvTwS ii:pt.-b.r. ... day evening. Tha question of Wo men 8uffrag wavry ably discussed. Next Monday evening th following question .will ba considered Resolved that tha prosperity of a oonntry de pends moreon Its natural resources than on its form of govenment. At the recent meeting of the 8ny 41. 1 . l-.nl nt I J., ri Htanrtlnir a ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 March 1888

( ( -., J Desire to call tbo attention c2 Public t their Large and Varied Otock of ir IvJn imd small Musical Instruments. Wo carry the largest stock of the above goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a visitto lllir lill'iriniia wn rnAm .ill ..! 1 1 . 1 i . j -a . .... '. . A...v.v .Wu.t nin luiijr jruu mm wo uereoy extona a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices be foro purchasing. Wo aro offering our arpet Stock at special prices and have inado great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY I Wo also have a full line of Oil shades. Lace. Damask, Turkoma Curtains. Curtain nolo. fWnt i : i:. fart anything pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. 20, IS! Front it Mill 3 .1 i i ' i - x . 3 I f k ;'' f; . AMERICAN WOMEN'S VOICES. A Toon; Knallah Iilplnmat'e Itnmark. IhnNtt Oymiinatlc. Consklpr:t!lii liacusion Int.. lirrn muxed l'jr a remark if a yining iliiilm u.it la...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1888

g T.n. nABTER. t a 1 He that will toot reason is a bigot ; ho that canrot is a fool ; ho that daro not is a slave. EDITOR AXD PKOI'III VOL. XXIV M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A. MARCH 15, 1888. NO 13 "la tlii Udst of Lift." Relating to John P.Danbernian.dso'd Uts of Northumberland, Pa. J BT R. MBRTZ. Ill tool hat departed! The world still moves otf ; Dot a bright light baa gona oat to the nildst of our to wo ; A man of (rat worth la the rigor of life. Uai been called by the Lord frouY earth's toll and it rife. 1 Hit fellow-man mourns as lie looks on his sight, For a blessing that brightened has taken Its flight In the wUls t of life's duties and those to his God. , We have laid blin to rest 'ueath the snow-covered sod. In the midst of the Churoh a light has gone out, Where In worship of God he was sfneere and devout. A pillar has fallen! the loss the churoh feels ; But with faith she submits and si lently kneels. A light has gone outthe great light of home; In the midst of his famil...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1888

CDifoUIrarfllr lost BY ST. tl. IIAUTEU. Bubn4ptin (1.50 Per Year BATES OF ADVERTISING : rf 'aa , Ma Yr, VM M wIMia. ntt Yiir svw atki'llint, Var tvopq .Saiaaml Carrla. per tear $J 00 AmAfT, rTeiiitr, Adtalnlitrator, and AMIfAM Ntl4t Wr) VMM apeetal arranainente ara mart, all kajwaM.ate,larU1 far Im than 4 month', titwili 1.M par Ima lor Are Ina.r'loo 1 CO 4re sbJ laaertloa and It esnU lor each wwaejaeat UMnioa. Vharsday, March 8, 1883. There bat been ft loud demand for mailable money ever since the ibin plasters were called in. Tbe com mittee on banking and enrrency io Congress has agreed to tho bill pro Tiding for tbe isnne cf do, more than $10,000,000 io denominations of fire, ten, fifteen, tvreaty-five and ilfty cents to meet tba demand. There U no longer any qneaiion aboat the remo7al of tbe Libby pris on to Chicago. Tbe Hnnl transaction in tbe deal naa ornpleted on Tbars last, and tbe bailding is now tbt property of a local syndicate wbore purpose is to transplant it in that ci...

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. — 15 March 1888

4 4fcaplaia ? .Ill alerats Ber-VeS tTw': iaaPa..lbl. for U. tier aaar aipraae. T - , fcBBBBBBeBaa4BBBeMaB8BBBBaBaaBBBaJBBBBBBBBB Way sfl4Jlar. C0TC1 T3 BWSCSIBIS3. tk kt tbs fburnres on ths labfil ot " i flmirnH tell you 22r PATK TO WHICH VOURBUBSCRIP- a'aViS Within 8 week, after "nt, If dats Is changed. SrlvtVer receipt Is neoessart. iiiifii." Now It ttas time to trim your grape vloei. The next legal holiday will be Good Friday, March 80. George M. Shlndel Is "toting" In the lumber for bis new barn to be erected thli spring. John Blblghaue Is employed In the general etore of Bogor & Spygelmyer, Miminburg. Mr. LeIUel'of Rebereburg, Centre county, father of our townsman, H. H. Leltiel spent several days In town this week. DrelfussBros. will more their stock of clothing, &o.. Into Egbert's corner to-day, March 15, where they will Bold forth In the future. Pioeoss! If yon have pigeons to sell call on or address the editor of the Post who will pay the highest cash for good birds...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1888

JTe 86. SimfitfIln-&'pd4X2afidecl)J- Mfliloiar. i? ooooooooocooooo FoDiTQDa&aQtre, sete, CdOddsl armd (DDDeir jaro, - .- w mMMHMHaMHnHaaM MnMaaaHaaMHMHManMMMM REMEMBER : wii-MUJi n a. A BEUAEIABLS ASilY STORY- "Coyer my defenelae hr- at! With the shadow of thy wing." A party of Dortbero Uuriels form at) ft prtj of a large company gutbs ered oo tbe deck of an excursion steamer tbat wm moving slowly down Ibe biatorio i'otoninc, oue beaatiful ereniog ia tbe summer of 1581- A gODilemaa wuo bas aiooe gam tod a national reputation as an e?ao gelist of BODg, bad boon deligblin tbe party with tbe bnppy reoduriog of many familiar bymna, tbe lust beiDg tbe sweet petition bo dear to very Christian, 'Jesas, lover of my soul.' Tbe singer gave tbe fiiet two verses with macb fat-ling and a peculiar empbaaisnpon tbe conoldd iug linos tbat thrilled every beart A bash had fallen upon tbe listeners tbat was not broken for nomo sec onds afler tho musical notes bnd died away. Tben a gentleman ma...

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. — 22 March 1888

jfnTlLAJITEB. H EDITOR xmy PKOPEi it - 111 not reason is a bigot ; lie that cancot is a fool ; ho that dare not is a slave. I l. Yol. xxiv Ml iDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A. M A HOll 5J2, 1888. NO 14 . (Old bat good.) Eain on thi Hoof. Bf HO!T. COATS KIKWKT. Wusn ths hariitd shadows hover 0er all the starry spheres, And the melancholy darkness Gently weeps In rainy tears, What a blls to press the pillow Of a eottoge ohainber-bed. And He listening to the patter r the sort rain overhead I Erery tinkle on the shingles Has an echo In the heart, And a thousand dreamy fanoles Into busy being start. And a thousaud reoolectlons Weave their air threads into woof As I listen to the patter. Of the rain npon the roof. Vow In memory eotnes my mother. As she used In years agone, To regard the darllog dreamers Ere she loft them till the dawn 5 Ol I feel her fond look on me As I lint to this refrain, Which is played upon the shingles By the patter of the rain. Then my little seraph sinter, With the ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1888

SfrfSKtoWiurjIi $wt, BY a1, ii. iivitTii:ii. SabMiiptto- $1.50 Vtr Year BATtS OF ADVERTISING : ib Tur aoo as. Una Year avet Lai.laeia, Sua nm1 :arle, per ? tar, Ksenatnr, AJn Yetr f.1 M) f avog mlnlnrator. ami twmi Nti Wr-H ipaelal . ai.U par Sbo eeaeait loaeri Aaeiae Ntla sa.f 9 fHt it imM arrangru.nt ara male, all .laaertad for laM tho I mouth, ueb lor br intr i ton I o loaertloa and II etDti lor tacb atat laeartlt o. wawnLt-j... ..' ffhmreday, March 22, 1SSS. H2LFBIC2S ezcohd. At understand, an effort is be ing uftde to belittle the publio ser ioes of Hon. A. S. Ilelfrich as rep reteotalife of this county, and tbnt oar people maj not be mislead by these missrepresentations, wo pro poee to meet thou in a mad; way let the blame rest wbcro it will. TLe charges, as we learo, aro four in camber, viz't 1st That be roted in faor cMLo repeal of the scalp act. This is a falsehood simple, plain, tod direct. lie rot od and worked : profession with eminent success till against Us repeal, but...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1888

Isk4 17 flfhrsay. aa.' IHesS iarsaei tfc sennit wl H"ia at saaillBS th " P nil reapee. 1. Mad , end will a' tBem ap, Surf m. Oar eelu ilnmai will aiweje ua ep-o rUTrrr loel eoeetloni af paella Inur-nti; tii men ttireuta ihetana we mill niagmn inmy... plsleaf laej aiar aipreie. V?"J:!!!i::fcr,5Vrfo;th;V.d,the autreiratw aloutUOO. Itdlsau Tebraary, alar. ad eptabar, aad Saooad tar r bmm " .Mk ftt tb flttgurefl on the Ubel of maur vaper. Thou figures tell you Ljg pXTK TO WHICH YOUR SUBSCIUP- MX III PAI. Within 8 weeks after anon sent, sea if data Is ehangod. ether receipt Is neoessarY. m T nxi iiiim iuTi utir lmti, niim- ll'Illtlk Neck-tla Social Saturday evening. Mrs. Barbara Bllger Is very serious ly 111. The Jary list for May term of court will ba found la this Issue. Hasauna, wife of llenry Swioeford of iiifflinburg, died on the 17tu. The political can Trios Is netting as warm as a sunny after-noon iu Au gust. Miss Bess Crouse has been visiting Philadelphia friends for the last twa...

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. — 22 March 1888

GO -Do Ire to call tbo attention of (ho Public' to their Largo and Varied Stock of- E. and small Musical Instruments. Wo cany tho largest stock of tho abovo goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a risitto our spacious ware room, will fully repay yon and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo " fore purchasing. Wo arc offering our arpct Stock at special prices and havo made great reductions in every department. REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OP SNYDER COUNTY I Wo also havo a full lino of Oil shades, Laco, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornico, &c, in fact anything pertaining to tho furnishing of a houso and all at prices 23 per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH & Co. (Limited.) 220,222, 224, Front Be., Milton '4 :' -I , .r ' f i j ; SLdilobsrgsr indTVftsa's Dual. Soma years ro liporge I). Wine, nvt one of tlie Virginia representa tive. In the house, playfully calli-il IlidilW'bertfer a blanked liar In Mie c...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1888

4 , ...... y . ' ' v . j .. . I o Oo; On EDITOR am TEOl He that trill not reason is a bigot ; ho that canuot is jst fool ; ho that tlaro not is a slar. UJJlMIWMNIII I NO ( YOKXXIV MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A, MARCH 29, 1888. ! ' ' f- - i i ii i nam a in r 11 ' 1 m ' l. mjM i. 1 i thl I of THB 1MXB3.0B QUAJTHTT Of WOLYE9 HARBORKD. 'How many people are killed bj woItm la Iluteia etcb year 1' X once Asked of a Rtusiaa official at St. Petersburg. Twenty fthonsend, perhaps; bal wUt of it f be replied. If the Raeeiaa Government we sot concerned about lb Dumber, be oonld not aee wby onteidera aboold be. And .if the Government waa ooncerned, it ia doubtful if it coold take any atepa to greatly lessen the onmUr of wolvea or victims. From east to weat aod north to aoatb Rue eiaiaa wolf country. The dletaDce between towna and the tbiuly aottled agricultural districts give wildbeaata opportonity to inoreaao jo number, and it ia aaid of the Russia wolf that La ia alwaya hungry. If statistics...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1888

V sS IlA.XtTI2It. IS OF ADVERTISINQ : Diiriog Mia year 1S?7 the cwi- grants arriving at Cnstle Gatden nnmbored 4.0,815 on increase 01 82,G0l over 18F0, Oermaoy sent the largest number, 81.G81. followed followed by lrtdand.n6,lC0; England, l.i.r.OOi Italy, 44,274; Sweden, 37,s SC2s Hussis., 33.2'W; llnngary, 17. 71D; Sootland, 11.SC1; Norway, 13,- w I 1, iiuai ......... :::::'.V.o 37.'); noix mirt, C,4 l0i France, ROOT; Hon 81.50 Per Year . kn taar,. mil. On Var, Intamii. )t 'rar..... .VVrA.fi"aUirkorV':-a ' ll.i Netherlands 5.500- Wales, 64 19; :,r:r;;-.vi;-;-;jv:..WWi'.iji.'-. 4.537. ri..i.,ud. 4031, .,ii...niaaaJ i.e.uu lor ch B,i,l( 71J. r,i,-f c G12; Luxemburg!. 572; Fnuin, -lSo; N en lames, 'Ji Malta, -OS; Kvriv, 173; Hurmah; l('i Turkey, 1G.), Armenia, HI; .Iceland ICS; Mexico, lSliaud other countries, day, March 20, 18SS. fyaa Etandtoj Conxittca- tateruenl pre p.re d Id VW.abirg- ton of the avniULlo military strength of tho United Ctnls pit Ho earober of able-bodied mala cili...

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