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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 May 1888

Jf Tnblrne4 Thereday. .tfmr frtowli tfcraackaet the Montr will !fr; bt twnillas th awi I th.lr rip" oar ) will ! b p ILTZaZa Tk im ta p- Ib"WiU lliamoi Vh4 M. Our !" Ewiralor lwal flMHIony .f ambll. Mtont CITw. will kld oarMll rw poailble for Ue idiUM tker aipraa.. liUM taef aae? aipn BTWTU" T" ... k.i.i ika I..Hk W mil... !Iahr.ary. May.aaJ UapUabar, aadlitoad KJTC1T0 EUKCIIMHS. jMk at tbe fluffures on the label of Mfjr paper. inn uijiires ten you gT-aj 0ATS TO WHICH TOOR BtJBflCRIP- tgmM 28 PAI. Within 8 weeks after Maeyl sent, see if date is changed. ) ether receipt in necesnarr. nvnituiriiHtTi uti' nut ." iitti, u'liitu See new advertisements of Drelfues Hros., Freldmann A Gets, 9. Wels, H. Oppenheliner, and oshere. Joa. Vlelan and R. H. Relgle left forQhamokin on Tuesday toMek em ployinent at brick-laylnft. John Runkla returned last week from the eastern cities with an Im mense stock of goods. Mrs. Ifettle Swlneford, after ayear's sojourn In California, has returned to ber many...

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. — 10 May 1888

'"I ih; It, I v II- '.i ,1 :' I f , 1 ' I ! SLUG HTO8Z2 ELE7S1T. Nevsr besn ia a prioting office before. I appose; what woman's pic tar over that case, yon ak t Wby, that'l Nan. 8be was slag 1 1. Ob, no. Slag 11 wasn't her nieki erne. Twm bar nnmber. Bee here is a i'alog elsTso. ' Printers use their sinj numbers to mark their matter i else how could they make np their strings A string? Ob, wj paste all onr dupes together, and that makes a string that shows what we have done. Here's my siring for today a regu lar rope, ain't ill Want to know about Nau, eLT Well she was the only female type setter we bad, and she was a ham mer. She coald talk longer and ou occasions loader, and troth compells ne to say broader than well than tome girls. Pretty? Not exactly, jast so-so. Sleoder, lively, hair the color of canoed salmon, teeth pretty well justified aud eyos that woi e us ually bias, bat liable to tarn green if she got .mad. Doys one J to say that if Nan was going to Paradise ehe'd be lat...

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. — 17 May 1888

-a: l j. j i wj-jl'i . JJIt LM..H.'-U LJJ.XJi.il . KDITOIl PROrlll lie that will not reason is a bigot Uo that cannot is a fool ; he that dare not is a glare. vol. sexiv M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A, MAY 17, 1888 , NO 22 T" j l - Y 3 A VISION. 1 Or I u e-mlno;, . My wwwund my hnby. I f,, (lag my chenk and throat Hfrtaj'jnOTf,,?rto' And stoop' to ninny curia About forehead straying. Tho fool''1 rhymes of Moftior Goose In tjnr and tune came springing To lip'' niade for ton; and yet f,j ,4uklren like my ataxlng. And aI mystic spell (SjwiPmI all Uie woi Id completely, A oo'""' woman singlns; ant, 41 rocked hor baby aweotly. TV woman's f aos, a look It wore like mtno; and yet the miner T"-M liko my baby's, Inriror Rrown, ( Twaa like my baby's futlwir. And as she sat swaying; softly sang;, 1 I saw some tear drops falling;; I know hor thought, I know hor hftnrt, Hor heart to mother soiling. A sudden passion filled my soul, I longed to soot ho the weeping; Sly Imby stlrml upon my breast....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 May 1888

btioe. Wo . j W.QSO be J( f C'. V GfriSiii'aifitttjjii -BY- Subscription $1.50 Per Year RATES OF ADVERTISING : 0t Pohmq.'rin Yar. oo Mislf Cl1amn. (lit Yur tavoo f itolaoluinn, ui Year awn) troftux! Cardi, pr Tear..... f.vQ AaoUor, kanutor, Ailmlalsirator, ami Aj.iffn Nulla. HcU arraoK'nmt art om la. all Mtfim'Hi,lort-il (or lu than 4 inonlha, vaeaaxna (1 11 par li.cli inr hn Inaanloo 1 nu Ttta armau lafarilott aoil la eaolt lor aaoh ataaqaant leiartlaa. Thursday, May 17, f'onurr" A. W. I'nTI'KK. Nenntor l.;i ll.r.M'KK. A'arlnMjf AAKdM H. IlKl.l KH H. A'icliti In tu 11KNHY IIKOWN. rrtithn.iotrv W. W. W 1TI r NtaYEIi. KnrM. r k K.--.r.rr MKNHV .1. I'l'l'K. lh.trut Allot tiar. II. MIT.I.KII..tr.! .lo l 'uiiimoi'iiH'r ' 2. TAVlOU UI.MIiKKI.INiI. Hon. L. S Alkir.s:n Ezpl:do3 a Husi tag- The Washington National Ilepuh llcan eaj tbat Hon. L nis E. AtLiti on, oar member of CoDgross, wade ft tery aggressive tarriff speech on Thursday last. Ilis .comparison of the con dition of Hie country i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 May 1888

(TSVvVT f . LLIjl w published every Tharsdav. w.j; i'"!h-."l ?.?riV?..!'l ?. HI tietiihborlioo.1;. S.sa.tf. at Ik plain iwi " w " ' -- -ri ifaatdl. Our Minnas will fclway. b. open Satkeea wlfh to ap.es thrMh Ktwe will set Sold ore.lf rMponslble for the pialass tasj esawss. -3 .m lni, akf ihlll iBUPelll ears Cntmvv Ceeats. re Coarts ef id.rC.antr sr. "'' fo"ri ! Vfebraary, May, Hsplsasbsr, S.oesd aaWy ( Bo.ajb.r. " trSTOl TO STOSCSIBIES. Ireek at the f1igtue on the label of vatar paper. Those flgares tell you Sam atb to wmcn orm bubscrip vhi u paii. Within 8 weeks after laoBvfl s sent, see If date Is changed. He ether receipt is necessary. nniiiciui-1 mi tj mii' Will 11." io:ei, ai'diui Hotlee change In Bchoch Bros. adv. Sam'l rftullni of Pauling, is clerk ing for O. Alfred Sohoch. The lawns are beglunlug to look beautiful tn their green dross. The nett eollpse of the moon will be at uildnlght on the 22nd of July. Mrs. Daniel Reber of near Mlfllln- burg last week fell down a flight o...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 May 1888

-' UK." .1! '.J..1.J..J1. I. - OOOOOOOOOC OOOUO ooAoooooooooooo -Desire to cull tlio attention of bo Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of- FaairiaiSfyire.j lipipua siiradi SBeir W&re, Ptomm9 oSLin) 0, avid email Musical Instruments. Wo carry the largest stock of tho abovo goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a visit to our spacious waro room, w ill fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit lis and get our prices bo foro p urchasin.AVo arc oflering our arpct Stock at special prices and have mado great reductions in every department. REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY I "NVc also have a full lino of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, fco., in fac t anything pertaining to tho furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH fc Co. (Limited.) 220,222, 224,Pront St., Milton CAIN'S TOT. Where dl J lie K't ''"T Who wiih litr brolherr Ilnl sbe n lter? II...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 May 1888

r"" vi .7. 3 a-wrww T. H. HAKTER. VOL. XXIV NIYSB TOO LAT& ThtrVa a good and a bad In the way side Ions On the highways of our Wren, And man can never be free from sins, Mo matter how hard he strives $ Tet even when down n dlntrtictlon' grade Oar thorny pathway tend, In spite of a thousand errors made, "It Is nerer too late to mend." There are crosses heavy for men to bear, And passions to conquer, too ; There are Joys and woes, each must share Before the Journey Is through ; Hut men may be poor for honor's sake, And truth and rhjht defend, And hope will never this promise break "It Is never too late to mend." Tin ne'er too late for a noble deed, For, blessed by the audio's tears, It plauts in the breast of meu a seed That will grow in after years, Aud words of kindness, of hope and cheer. Will always comfort lend ; We mast live for love, and banish fear. "It is never too late to mend." It Is never too late to mend, my lad, No matter what people say, ' And no man's nature Is who...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 May 1888

BY O. 1. IlAJTrrii.lt. SuUcriptioa 1.50 Per Year RATES OF ADVERTISING fmn (Vi)im. Je Year. VVnt Uulaina. Un Year fl-trrrlhOllnmo. O'iI Yf Kilu"MlaJu t.'ardf, per tear JMUltor, jMtnr, Ailmlnl.trator, 4Mna) K.itleee., n o I .IV0 ..o io ..W lay Schools io forenoon of duy. Ail citizens nro cordially invited to lay aside their bueiucsH and aisist in honoring the graves of tbo departed heroes- By order of Memokial Com 1 aru Whrt am apoll rraneninla are nia.lo. nil aTaimenti.lnaerlil lor lea. than 4 iiiontli", ftmrn per Inch 'or hr Insertion I t J o th. ecnl Insertion end It oonU lor eacli tfea,e.nt luMfllon. Thursday, May 21, ('ii!nri"t k. w. irn:it. Seiinior b.'H ii.i;,Niii it. A"iinlt AA.KO.N S. 11 ill. I Kit II. A.ol il" liwao 11HNKY IIKMWN. I'rtirlio' i.iirv W. W. Win I.N Al Y Ml. Hi.Iit f Hpi-ipI r llr.NKY .1. MTK. Mi-'rl.'t Atwrv.iv. II. J-:. MtM.l ll.'.lr. Jnrv I 'otntnr.M"!rr 2. Tayi.ok (ii.,miii:hi.im). ATOIT02 GS1T2HAL DEAD. Colonel Wilson A. Norris, Anlitcr General of rennajlva...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 May 1888

in . h iendlns Ins "'P0-'"-L .niIini nlirhhrholf. mod '7V.-i.iii fteti, nod will dreee Item mp, 5,' TJi'hS. Our eolnmet will ai.ft I be open ".Ki fH wlh to epeell threnS themoa ET will Bt koM oar.ll reapeunlbL lor U. eylBlOBi - 1 Court of Mendayt fewuery. lT.n4 8ePtemher, aa d Seooad eief ( liecemoer. XTOTCa TO STOCBXBIES. Laak ft bo ""Krf" on '"bel ' four paper. Thou- Inures toll you nit DATK TO WHICH TOUR HI! BSC Kir rios W 1M1U. Wttliin 8 wcrk after liionoyl s writ, if data la changed. No otner reoi'ipt is lieoetHtarv. Tien 'i i tliir mn ti tatm io;ei, ' foltu liiit'n." Boe program for Decoration Day on second pago. UIhs Laura Walter arrivvd from tlie West Inft Wednomlay to vinlt her parents, Joe Walter' west of town. Mrs. Curtin Boworsox 1ms returned home to her family after a short treatment In tho Danville Asylum. Mrs. E. C. Anrand lias again receiv ed a new lot of hats, ribbons, laces, and all kinds of trimmings for head wear. PiiASTBll. W. D. Winey has jutt received a car lo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 May 1888

--.,; v.- dQo taMEa & o.9 (ILSraalteaH), MHtoiB9 IPs oooooooooeooooo ooooooooooooooo 05 lt irc to call tlio Attention of (bo Public to tbcir Largo find Varied Stock of- IF cflFBiiiftai rpets. lignsL SiBwer Ware. Pfeffa and fnuall 3Iusical Instrument. We carry tbe largest stock of tlio abovo eooHa in Central reniifvlvania. and a visit to otiracioiw ware room, will fully repay you and we hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo forj p urelianinir.Wo are offering our nrpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department. REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! : We also have u full line of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in J. K. SMITH & Co. (Limited.) 220,222, 22 i, Front St., Milton 3 ' j i ; i t fact anv thing pertaining to tho furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. G tt I I '( 5 80M CUniOL'3 TADLE MANNCP.S. Ih...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 May 1888

'. ... i a-i.LiuuL'ia i- uu as T. H, HARTEB. lie that will not reason & a bigot ; ho that cannot il i fool ; bo that dare not is a Blare. editor aid rnotra ft ,; 'i VOL, XXIV MIDDLEBUItGH, SNYDER GO.,! PENN'A, MAY 31, 1888. NO 24 I 1 ' -'1 : 1 Stepped Hl9 Paper. Stay. foreiuau,stay tliat ruthless speed At tank of type arranging. For at this moment there Is Deed Of multifarious chanttlng; . Turn all the brazen cblouin-rulss,' Take out the hoad and drape 'er With signs of woe that prince -of fools, Old Sneakly stopped his paper. Stay, pressman, la thy busy flight, Aud heed this admonition ; Thy labors are abridged to-night We'll run a small edition; And join, O comrades, In our tears At this untimely caper, By which we loose the fruit of years, tJInotHneakly 'stopped his paper. UNCLE JOSEU'S ALV2CE. "FROM WHAT HUMBUt . BOUHCK8 wonoa of wisdom somktimks srRisa.M llouben Brown was in lore wilb llackeyed Kiltie Perkins there is oo doubt aboat it. Kittie wu the prettiest and at the sa...

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. — 31 May 1888

HAHTKR. OttiMcsifiUa fl.50 Per Year BATES CF A9VCRTISING : . Ma THr...,.i .. MS.M a M mmm. U Yaar, aavaa a -' kfMivaa, Titr m a.. i Otrti, ar 7f .. AlUr, ltawator, Adalalttralor, sail M,lBsartd for lM taaa 4 month, M M Br Ineh lor pri Mwad laMMloa aad tl thaataaat iBMrtlaa, r. la.artloa. l oo mu for aa.a aChmrsday, May 31, 1888. A. W. I "OTTER. Panatot liMmhlr AARON ). HfcI.Ka.HB. Aaaorlat. Jailio BNKY BROWN. ITolhomrtArr W. W. WITTKNMYEH. KMtKr a Hirn HKNUY J. DUUK. ' iMMrlct AtUirnar. M. K. MILl.tli,Jr. - Snry l'onmllnnt B. TaYLOK OtMBEBMNO. feepablic&n SUte Ticket- tat fnrtik Jadaa, JAMES T. MlTOHKLUof rhilKlelpbl. for ITaildaotial t'loctur. KtMo'-al-Iarpr. LEWIS Fl'OHK, or I-ar.awanna. THOMAS 1KJL.AN. of Pullad.lihta. Hrtrlct Ecctori. 1. Joha H. Taivart, II. John H (Irani, t. John Wanainakar, 1. Wilnon C. Kraal, a. Hlbb.rt P. John., 17. IaTlil Clark. 4. Wm. V. Hamilton, 1. , V. Ilutrhlnton, a. Joha 8. M'Klolar, 1. John liw.r, i.Joa. K. T. ContM. SO. Jer K. Millar, f. Wllllas...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 May 1888

J MmM tB.raaan.at ft eawritT win eano h aeadiae lb la thair rp. tvawwaa, vlllaawa aad (hhorkMill. t a aaawlala feet, aa v will dree UeBe a a. ft 0 1' o.-'A ar f krvimir. Uv. A. 11. BiHMisltr Tim O.uaiXAL Thaji'. Al Litzy, Watmu Twufteuiiia uibuuluv will deliver a lector In th Evangell-' th original Aantu tramp. Is now timber end two nun to out It Call eal Lutheran. Chureli at Beavartown'.an inmate of tht Jonlataeounty poor- oo or address ai . Oar ealeae will HmM e naa a tawa wke with ta apeak Url aiaiaalar total aaaetlen af aaklla lauraali M will Bet bald areellrwpBelbl farkka Uay say eiprea. wrwaa Oavwrr raw art. fa Caaru af on Thursday evening Jon 7, on the snbj eetof "Strang People." Ad mission, Adults 20 cent, uniiareo 19 cents. All Invited, td. Jamas G. Croat laforma aa that notwithstanding th white-clover season, tha bait In tha year (or honsy la about over, hta hssa must ba fed dally to prevent them from starva tion on account of tb enllly weatlier ww Caaatt ara kale aa ika f...

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. — 31 May 1888

ooooooooocooooo Dusiro to call iho attention of iho Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of- FMrnBftyre, Oaiirpetea. (DGtiSodsl "acjlgfl. Gpuflwetr W&fq$ IPBaioq aoi) and Pinall Musical Instruments. Wc cany the largest stock of tlio abovo goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a visit to , oumpacioiM ware room, vill fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit ua and get our prices be forj p urchasing.W e aro offering our arpct Stock at special prices and have mado great reductions iu every department. REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OP SNYDER COUNTY I "NVe alsohavo a full line of Oil shade, Lace, Damask, Turkoiua, Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining to Iho furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. 11. SMITH & Co. (Limited.) 220, 222, 224, Front St., Miltoii Tb tb. tf )' : :t 1 THE FIRST MECrtSCHAUM PIPE. i A. CUc Where Half t1x I'lprn In Ilia ... ' World Arc Maule ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 June 1888

Iff rf T. H. HAKTBB. He that will not reason is a bigot ; be that canrot is a fool ; he that daro not is a alare. '- ' -- - ' 1 ) y - . 1 . ' - ' a i in :. fit i jii?iiiJi.iLaiM EDITOR AXD rtopni VOL. XXIV M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A. JUNE 7, 18S8. ... 0 25 HIS BOOT TX'S CMUNGh Witt ALLKM tOkOW.I. Ornndiua Gofl said a curious thlnjr "Hoys may whtstle but girls must That's the very thlnff I heard her say To Kate, no longer than yesterday. 13oys may whistle." Of coarse they may, If they puoker their Hps the proper way. Hut for the life of me I can't see Why Kate can't whistle as well as me. "Boys may wblstlo but s'rls ninat sing," Now 1 call that a curious thing. If boys can whistle why can't girls. too t ... It's the easiest thing In the world to do. First yoa do that, then you do thls Justlike you were fixing up for a kiss. It's a very poor girl, that's all I say. Who can't luako out to do that way. "Boys may whistle," but girls may not ; A whistle's a sooir with the nolso knock...

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. — 7 June 1888

" r at -UY- Bubssription 1.50 Per Year RATES OF ADVERTISING : 'Pf tnttrnq, mm Tr uo 90 w 00 Aft' Ailmlnlalraltir. anil HNallwi . n a.paalal ambvinrnta ara tna.la. nil Alfl.lBtri4Hl far la. Ilittn A inn. th. wa "XT" lot lira lnrtlna I "0 "-"""" "v ruo ana t canta lor wok Hfmt laaarVlaa. . Thursday, Juno 7, 1888. I'nnirre.i A. W. I'oTIXK. Snllnlor 1.H H.KMiF.H. A fin 1.1 AAltMN N. IIKI.l KU U AH'Utrt iii.'f UCNHY HKMW.V. JrM'htintiirv W. W. WIT! r.N.MYr.R. rteul.tir Hro..r .ir lir.NKY J. M.'CK. IM'Irl.-l Attnriiar. H. K MiLI.KlOr. .Iiiry '.iiiini"ii.m.r . TAYI.OK Oh.MHKKI.INi,. Sopublicaa Stato Ticket- For 8u rcme 'Jotfi, J&XUS T. MITl'Hr of Hi IvUtp'jIa. For 1'renldautial i:icr(Mtn. . F.lwtn-.t.I.rlfi1 LKWIS ITdllK. ..I l.a.kaaanna. 1 HUMA OOLAN, al I'liiUil-lfliU. Ittrlrt Elot-tnrx. 1. John II. Tataart, . .t.ihn H Orant, 1. John Wanmnnker, Ifl. WiI-ii'. Krvn. 1. Hllibart V. Johni. JT. Itovl.l :l:irk. . H""l"n. H. l C. Ilutchlncod, . Joha 8. M'Klnlejr, 1. John':. I.i.wi,r. J. Jo....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 June 1888

RSZE L1 t. rwy published, erery Thnraday. mi Marion HAatAMi). -Tbe oelebrat-' Saturday e. week ago, looking Mtho'l Oabrael Beater has opened whole I anthoreM, so highly esteemed by the Clinton forests agreed with him.' sale conftotlonary establishment lo . imi trfeaAf throaa-aaat the oaantf Znn 1 MaOlof wt la th.lr rp lift M"I" TI1IBI1 uiu"i L.ui.liii fast., aad a will drM than P. 3l b. Da. onlamaa will ftlwTt b 0nt 1- ifcaaa ha wllh to (Mil thrVOfth I htm o .nlt.nt .mnfnrUr. AMIIltllnlnff the San r.''-nUttAI.Tb1iUu.atlon of the sustained pressure of a ed the women of Amerloa, says on pages 103 and 441 of her popalar work "Ere.s Daughters; or, Common Dense for Maid, Wife and Mother:" "For the aohlng baoksho old it be slow In recovering Its normal strength an Allook's rorous Plaster Is an ex to think that noless a certain man pays more attention to his own wire and less to others be will suffer from an attaek of "spinal curvature" pro duoed by the jarring effects of a xio.ll boot. Be...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 June 1888

tif r iiij iin un nan mimmnapm JJ. &8. Smith '& o.9 (lL4Efflated),' SfliItoBa9 Pa.,ffi .A I'M' '- I'S OOOOOOOOOt OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Dcsiro to call the attention of tlio Public to their Large ntut Varied Stock of 10". and small Musical Instruments. Wo carrj the largest stock of tho abovo goods in Central Pennsylvania, aud a visit to our iaeiou ware room, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo befuro purchasing. Wo aro offering our arpct Stock at special prices and havo made great reductions in every department. ' REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY I "Wo nhohavo a full lino of Oil shade, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, fcc., in fact anything pertaining to tho furnishing of a houso and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. 11. SMITH & Co. (Limited.) 220,222, 221, Front St., Milton t 1 i i 1 t o i , a 1j ii C t A- COIN a GOOD. Eauerful where t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 June 1888

a w He that will not reason is a bigot ; ho that cannot is a fool ; he that dare not is u ulavo. -.ir-iiii rrr - EDiTonjjfcttom 80-26 T. II. HAHTKB. M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A, JUNE 14, 1888. VOL. XXIV ciiois counts? shit. BY FRANK B. ITACVrM. A wayside Inn, a blacksmith's forge, A furnace flaring In tbe ftortfe, A farm-house and a ruined mill, The flood-gate roup, tbo big wheel still, A lake with lillles on Its breast, A lltne-klln on the hill's sharp crest ? Hnoh pleasing changes meet the eye However fast the wboels go by. The roar of train upon the bridge, The rifle's crack boyoud the ri.lk'o, The plowman's whistle, tho milk maid's sotur. Tho farm dog's baying, clear and atrontr. The bleat of sheep, tho-roadster's neigh, Tii click of reaper on Its way, The songs of bird, tho drone of bees, Till eor and heart with ecstuoies. Oft horc and there a glimpse Is caught Of sceties with fun of folly rraugnt A cow, roused from her stupid Bleep, A flck of panlc8trlcken sheep, A horso 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. — 14 June 1888

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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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