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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 June 1888

Fnbltshod ?ery Thursday. eak tint Meada throaafcoat th eoantT will Ml be Martins tk tiewa In their reapee. IIT Mn, Ylliaee anil MiinnornMiii. oanu t the plain faU, tad will dree, there op, If seed M. Our nolnniBf will alwye he pn totheae whe with to enenS threutfh themna general nr loel qneetlone cf fiahlte Internet but wo will not hoi itmi mall reapooaima lor mo oplnloai tuer may eipreae. Court of ivtlnr conntr ara hol1 an the fourth Mn Inodaye f euruarj, in y , u i pn'kiwvi .. iday of Oooombor. Second XTOTCE TO S72SC&XBZH3. Tjvilt at tho fliiffiiren on the label of your iiaper. Those) figures tell you THK TATK TO WHTCtt YOtm PUBHCRtP- tiom 18 PA1U. Witblti 0 weeks after inoncyl ftcnt. see If date Is changed iio other receipt is necessary. Tisre'n can. wail Ti taxti um nMi Hint 'en." Jefferson Davis It eighty years old Ami an orphan. Prof. W. P. Sherwln of Boston, conductor of the Mlddlliurghuui8lcnl Convention of 1883, is dead. Mrs. William Harter, of aarons- burg, mother of t...

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. — 14 June 1888

Q. SmitEi & (Do., (MnaWeaD), Mltonuo. Pa., OOOOOOOOOl 0 (()(, oooooo ooooooooo Dome to call the attention of (ho Public to their Largo find Varied Stock of- 2)Gnraan)G RJ5 and small Musical Instruments. Wo carry the largest stock of tho above goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a visit to our spacious waro room, will fully repay you and we hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit via and get our prices bo lK-furo purchasing. Wc arc offering our arpct Stock nt special prices and have mado great reductions in every department. BEMEMEBR : OUE GOODS ARB DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OP SNYDER COUNTY I Wo uUo have a full line of Oil shades, Laco, Dumnsilc, Tnrkonia Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining t the furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH & Co. (Limited.) 220, 222, 22J,Pront St., Milton FACE TO FACE. .f my face cutiM only protnlavttint. Its cot r would rv-i:ii.lu, '? my tifoi-t '! only curtai...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1888

v Mi 1 X. 11. HABTKE. He that will not reason is a bigot; ho that canuot is a fool ; lie thai daro not is a slave. KDiTonm,jtoti VOL. XXIV M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PENN'A, JUNE 21, 1888. V V - -V I .... . , v ..... , , a : V i .1 JUST US TWO. How happy, happy were the days When we together strayed Along the meadows, by the brook, And through the leafy Rldo ; And many a labyrinth of shade We slowly wandered through By pathway only wide enough For Just ws two. What charming walks, what precious talks, What silences profound, Were ours, as closely linked we went O'er this enchanted ground I The birds sang sweetly overhead, Tho skies above were Llw And oil the world seemed freshly tuode For Just us two. The other lads and lasees went Hv dozens and by soorcs. T liav fholr fun and play their games Together out of doors; While we opart from such o crowd Contentodly withdrow. And favored vehicels with room For just us two. And now In cony ftmhori wo Have settled down In life; A husband prou...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1888

BY sr. M. iiA.xtrrKie- Subscription $1.50 IV r Year On Yaar Year f woo tut vo '.00 DATES OF ADVERTISING : P"t petama, (lot Yaa ifIf tVloma. (n -.ouOolamn, O rraumini i;ar1t. nt Tear AAflltor, Exttntor. Aiimlnliitrator. an I Axikd. Notion fi.hO Vihn nrwalal nrrinicturnti) ara mnOe. all fcVnbmnti,ltirtrtl lor ! than 4 month', wmrf ,i.u for lima tr tin lnril.m I in rth froond Im.rtlOB and It Mali lor ch IbMaa.nt liu.rlloa. ffharsday, Juno 21, 1SSS. A. W. ID r I KK. Hf-nVcir . IVl) il.K.lir.K. A oniMy AAKnN N. Ilbl.t Kl U. Awn-lite li HINIIY HIIOWN. I'mMimmt .irv W. W. W ITTKN.MYKK. H-ifitir k Kcmtrili'r HKNIIY J. M!;k. lM.tli't Attorney. II. K. MII.'.KK,.ir. Jil-y 'iiniiii"l'inr e.TAU)l(Ul:.MHtl(l,IM). BapaMlcuCStaio Ticliot For Supremo; J iiiiho, JAMES T. MITCH i;M., of I'll l.iM .'.U. tor I'refliduiilial r.lui.-luM. Mopfonuin lJnrui' . X.r.WIS I't rmi:, i.l l.rli.nanm. 1 UUMAS IHJI.AN, or PhlU.l-:U.l.l.i. iHitrlct Kloctw. 1. John II. Tairaart, S. John Wannmaker, .MIMx-rt I. Jolm.t, I...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1888

si. . V Publiatisd every Thursday. t.()ar fH'BH thromhont tha county will kiln tT MnOlef ae tht aew In their retnae. tve lo, Vlllesee ni ele-hbothoocll. ttrad b plain (aete, and "III (Iran them op, Ifaetdke. Our eolnmni will eluraya lie opmi laikiM ha wlah to eDaak thronae them on antral or loaal aae.tlont ef imblla internets bnt wa will not kold oimii reepenainia let ma eplalott laay nay eiproie. RuTMiUotiTT CevaTe. The Cearti af lyOet Coentf are held on tha fourth Memlaye tonrnarT, May. ana v)ay ( Daeenber. Mity.aad September, eaa Becona NOTCS TO stjkshibees. liook at the Angures on the label of ronr paper. Thons figures tell yon THK DATK TO WHICH YOUR SL'B.SCIUP- TioJf in PAn. Within 8 weeks after moneyl i sent, Bee If date Is changed. Jn'o other receipt Is necessary. ncri'it ciur uuai t tatii' iiri, n' mm jrint 'to." To-day (Thursday) la the longest day. The foundation Jof Bchooh's new Btore room In Franklin is done. Mrs. James G. Grouse Is reported sereouily ilL Aaron Crosgrove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1888

f. Deaiic to call the attention of the Public to their Largo nnd Varied Stock of PoairiraiftiiBtre arpefts. and Kinall Musical Instruments. Wo carry the largest stock of tho ahovo goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a visit to our ppaciouii w arc room, w ill fully repay you and wo hcroby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo before purchasing. Wo are offering our arpet Slock at special prices and have made great reductions in. every department. if 5 1 REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED. FREE TO ANY PART OP SNYDER COUNTY I t it 5 I I Ve also have a full lino of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact an Ihinir pertaining to tho furnishing of a houso and nil at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH & Co. (Limited.) 220,222, 221, Front St., Milton 7 f . i ..i CHARITY HOSI'ITAL BAD 8CENE3 AM0N3 AN UNFOR t TUNATE CLASS OF PEC PLC. lleeloa Work a Klae Ilondretl I I'lnrknHI'e I-.l:iud. SulTe.ru re t'nd...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 June 1888

i v MURO' T. II. HARTKll. 1 ii nil 1 ii II ' I 1 ' WMUJ-J Ho that will toot re1 m is a biirot : lie flint rnnnnt. la it fool 1m flint, d.qrn imf. O 7 " w - - " J -" ' " ' f(f vol. XXIV MIDDLEBUltGH, SNYDER CO., '1 jPENN'A, JUSfi' T i " 'VS? 7: i .1 sm a At JS- imi v.- i Th Ealinquont Gubscriber. Worn and weary' soody and sad, an Ptlltor Hat hiiu down, mm rurxt-u nnil rubbish, imner and duat, with mauy wrinkled Irown 11 alirliml wlien he thought otitis pan - r bills, his rent, and board, and wood, Ami croaned when the oopy flend yell cd out as he there lu tjie doorway stood. "What do peopla fancy," ho said, an . iwlitnv Uvas nnonf . . v. . . .. , Air and water, glory and dobt, till Ins tollsouisllfe Is done? I'll stop their papers, every ono, till thnlr honest debts tlioy pay, And mark their names off the mailing book for ever and for ayel "Take this copy, double load, and mark with a pencil blae, And send to all who are in arrears, from ten years dowu to two." And then to the copy h...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 June 1888

. . .. V '; i i r '4 it , f n V . 1 ( r- J r . J 0f -OOOO' (M ()(()()() J: area entirely. J do uotn woikod fio months io 1872 ore they eonld get a soli J founds for Ibo road, and it was consid- pua of Ibo most stupendous oflbekiud in Ibe history of 1 building. Tbey are work and small b.1 bdJ drtjr nl ' rcBtut lryil)8 Ms place np, but are meeting our epaeiouv poor success, as it nearly before mueha. Cur' in tbo cigbt- REMEMBER ; OUR CHARITY HOSPITAL 6A0 SCENES AM0N3 AN DNFOR I tUNATE CLASS OF PEC PLC. Ilasloa Work on Miiikwi IP. l- l in,l. ( la. Hundred VulTurvr. tinier ! Roof A Ltylna Ctrl Nuliln Im.!i j" Charity Oatalde Work. - The ladles of tbe tiiU ilon pnllierod op tbelr packages and paper nnl dlvl.iej lu two parties one to vlatt tho efiiteiillury and do there tho beautiful wuiU wl.U h Elizabeth Fry Initiated. t'.;o ofLvr to the Oiarlty hospital, aud with tlio latter 1 went A mall room Is set o;inrt there for tbe un of tlio mission. Tho tulles In It war already covered with liat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 June 1888

Pabltshe&.tTOry Thursday. asa liar friends threictmnt tha eeantf will elle by Miullar lb aewe la their wp me-na. tiiiuM and elsrhhorboedt. Stna IfaecdM. Oar aolnmaa will le,e be opea ki lah tii amah threnca tbensea srenerelor looal questions of pahlly iatiroat bit we will ant holdourmll respoaelble for the eplalons Ibey may eiprets. HaTKua 1o-ty raaara. raa CnarM Jf vder County ara held aa the faarth Mondays Fehraerr, May. and September, eau eeoenu aaay ai peoemuer. NOTCS TO SUBSCBIBEE3. I,ook at the fliiRiires on the label of your paper. Thou- llnures ten you aran niTt TO WHICH TOITB BUBBCRIP- Tlojf I PAH. Within 8 weeks after moneyl a ent. e If date is changwi No other receipt is necessary. Tien 'i i cult' run Tt utn' aotcs. u'uttii jtiat 'ex" Miss Bessie Stout Sutidayed with Ariatusburg friends. Dr. Darber and family are visiting relatives in Union county this week The Oan Club's record on Friday stood: Franols 11, 8telnlngcr ll,Orlnnn 8. J. F. Btetler 8. The long-looked for ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 June 1888

A OOOOOOOOOUOOO(K) , ' . -Desire to cull tlio attention of ibo Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of Faoirtnifltre j QBBgDsasa.irag3 S8Ber War, F1mi an' Instniment.s. Wo cany tlio largest stock of tbo above goods in Central Pennsylvania, and a Visit to our .-00111, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit u and get our prices bo lefor"c mo oltering our nrpct Stock at special prices and have mado great reductions in every department. REMEMBER : CDS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! t a full line of Oil shade, Lace, Dama ge, Turkoma Curtain, Curtain poles, Cornice, etc., in pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. K. SMITH & Co. (Limited.) 220,222, 221, Front St., Milton i .1 A, CHARITY HOSPITAL fcAD 6CCNE3 AMON3 AN UNFOR t tUNATE CLASS OF PEC PLC. SIImIob Work on IMnt-hMi ll'e I-.l:iml. I tim tlanrireil Nurrerure tinier On Boor A Ujrlna Girl Nulilo I'ce.le ' Cbaxltjr 4aUld W...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

VOL. 25. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JULY 10, 1888. NO. !30. if T8WN"" GQONTRY. Strength is 1orn of stuggh? ; faith of doubt ; of discord Liw nnl free dom of oppression. George Spangler of Nebraska, non of Adam Spangler of Middlehurgh, is homo on a vist. The Middlehurgh Band in funish ing the music for tho Regatta at Sunhury thii week. Spittler & Co., manufacturer of rustic chair will give chairs in ex change for hickory withs. On Sunday ft spicial over the 8. and L. Road conveyed throe car-loads of loats and boatmen to the Reogtta at Sunbury. Tlte b'ljht by gtval tun ifncbisl nntl kept Wt-rr not uttnlnM bjr mirlitrn nt(jttl: Hut, wlilktliWrciiuipiiilonH ipl. Were toiling upward la U bight." The earth and the fullness thereof wan promiHed to the seed of Jacob. It may he timely to recall that two of Jacob's sous were Benjamin nnd Levi. II. J. Or wig, who was at home during the 4th of July M eek has been given control of the railroad and express office at Madcrn, Pa. Milt, is ge...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

li I. THE MIDDLEIHJRGH POST. T. U. HAKTER, Editoh and Pno'it. Miiihi.ntrnait. r. . .n i.y p. imk. ALPENA'S GREAT FIRE, TIIIUTEEN HfXnitKI) HOMELESS Several Lives Lost ml Properly Val ued At $100,000 Destroyed by the rinniPK. Just sixteen yenr ngo Alpon., Michigan, w.11 lrvi.l In aIm , nnlnow thirteen block re a m-iss of -.mouldering ruins, Tho fire which cu'. sucli havoc broke out 11b nit 3 o'clock in tho nft tiki i, In tint lumber mill of II. R Moro, n liuo strii'tuto covering twoA'Ti-s of ground nn I surroumlol liy sw dust lieiips And Jidtn of refuse lunib-r. TI19 wind 11 blowing n fiorco gn'o and tin fir soon spread to tlio Detroit, liny City nd Alii!i' o iglno lions-, which was rap idly C'.inu i 'd. Mor-e' mill bwdin,; limine went next and tlio lire spn-ud on tow aid tho bny. The flro department win helpless nod thr-ro was nothing to d lnit wiit until tli Ihv hid exhaust! itself. Gilchrist's linn! er d ok, with 3,Ot,ino fiHlof siwod lumW on it, was onn In fl um-s. And tin' s-one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

-A I HAFP1NESS. Sermon iiy uf.v. dr. talma on. Christian Content mont Will Mako the Darkest 1'lare Kndlaiit. TtXT.'-fi content irifc y nare." Hebrew xlii, 6. If I should ask some one: "Where I Hrook lyn to-.layf-' ha would say, "At KrlKhton fleaeh. or Fast Hampton, or Shelter Island." "Where is .New Vrk to-day t" "At lma fran.li." "Where I hiladelphiaf ' "At Capo Way." 'W here is Boston f' "At Martha's Vineynr.l." "Whore is VirRlnlaf" "At t!ie Puli-liiir Hprlneg.'' "Where the grent multi tude from ad parts of the landf" "At Hum oca." the mcslern lethesda, where the angol f health in ever ntirriiiff the waters. Hut, my friends, the laiRest multitude are at Immo, detained by business or circumstances. A mon ft them nil newspaper men, Hue hardest worked awl the least romeiia:ed: city rail road employes, and ferry tnatrs, and the police, and the tens of thousands or clerks and merchants waitiiiK for their turn of ab sence, and hoinchol.ls with an invalid who cannot tie moved, and others...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

eiifBiItbutsIi post. Pul)liHlifit rvrry Thurmluy. T.H. HAKTEE. Editor and 1T0TCE TO SUB3CSIBEr.S. I,onk nt tin' fltitfiiri' fn tin" li1el of your paper. Tlmf" figure tell you THK PATH TO WHIC H Vol-It this H I'Aiu. Witliiii !l week after inoticv U M-iit. if date I 1 1 n i . ur I . No other reeeipt i neeetwirv. Thursday, .Inly 1 S, 1SSS. V..r rr"H.I-ni HK.VIAMIN Il AIIIUStlN, ttl huliim F'r Vl. r I'ri-'i-li'iif I.IAI T MiKluN. ul .Ni'W Yurk. Judiciary. I'iir ttf"iii i .1 it-itr.. JAMKS T. MITCH KM., ol III I 1 el It In. A m,I iii ' now HKMiY I'.hiiW N. C:ur.y Ticket. I 'iilnirc.. A W. IliTI'Klt. .'iuii.ir. I . II H.KVUI II. iiil.lv A A H' iN S. IIH.I HP II I'roMionnl jrv . V. I I I'r.N M Y I'll. Iii ii. r H pi- r III.NIIY .1. IH I'K. ii-tri'" Afi"rn'v. II. F MII.I.IK.Jr. .1 M'V I 'Mllllt.MfP TAY'l.iiH HK.MIlKKI.INn Republican Standing C:nn:itt:c. A'lnm Hi-nrv f..1.i n , T.-I.l Mil, hell. Hi'UVIT W. I . I . :-ti; I '. I . Spe.-lil. IIi.h.t We t -II . M. .1 ' I Sih.I.t. CKlitri W. II. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

a Vjcription $1.50 per year. RAIbS Vf AUVbKTISINU: Column. (In Ycr , 'fl."0 h,ll tottimn line yer ,nrih i'l'lumn, Ono Year tt.no IotnllBI a nrup, nr 7vnr tf.uv ;ilrii. KKC'ntor, Aillnltilatmlur, n.l j-tmn-e Nollci-e W.M .n - lrinl rrniiriiipnit rc inaile. nil Li fill". Ina rt.'t lor .-aa thnn 4 tnontha. ,ru' f v 1'" mi'ii tor nrai inanition, f i.iw D nruml lnacull,nnd 7 cenli lor ench .jat-iit liiaartlnii. Brief Fum Hausa Earick. !al Ham-ei.. Ifh liiiscil ttit-li nn ill, net ttott it'll ;lob tlon do iu c lava im Kret'k worst nn liiiinn i piritta ouh gntorv un tin Imva uimpiucliii we tnii ftt'litu. Irh dicli, un ifh plolictlot, tto Rawest -t we an oMtr harnh liounn Lrt pipiun nhush pnnprnnpii. Ich ' dicli not an kernel wile tlo an cr kail list, far ilu list wcnicli 'An far an inon una ilorli tHii . i i : .1. I . M nil un jrrui. ver lrn iiiihm liermT wile Imll oily rutn nose is wo hi nirini luiHsa tun K"ippa Il.-ii it'h aniol in politix. Won nl roiiH kuiupi far ofl'u-e un Ht'tn ir tlo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

1 PARTED. Jkfc. when the dove shall sook his mntfl, "YX I mr ho sound of whirring wings, Uow fast his licart at cruel fnt, With plaintive moan how sweet ho sings. fV, when my lore no more shall come, Whwn eyes to mo nre as the stars, Vr prisoned lionrt will hurst lifes bar, Aly hopes I ilea 1, my sonjj U dutnbl Tho SquireCoiirting. uv r. it. coi.i.in. V'.vcrybody swd th! Squire would ever marry. Not liccauc they hud any i h- ial assurance that the fpiire would j iw-vcr assume the hymeneal yoke, lui!. just because it viuli set in no very fumic i it iiu should. ' Now, tin; S.iiiirt' una mi Sitiiro lit nil. ! Tl! word implies it Judge, nii'l the fSqwire wa not 11 Judge, nt hast nut in Vu: legal Hi n-c. " N,u re" a simply a ! nickname given in a sportive nioineiii. to .1. Ilillery i rul.trco ly a joking school- j fellow, iiml it liutt tenaciously clung to: liim iw he had ul v mico'l in ye. in unci I filature. " ' .1. Ilillery, or tho S jiiiro, was, ns to' complexion, u brunette, very da...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

:,l 7 at tf FIERCE FRRXCtl Dt'EU BMiroon Ocnoral RonlAngev ,i J rrlmo Minister Fioquet, okxebai. novLAxariu luel ho bwn fought on Count Ptllon' nnr Paris, between M. Kltxtict, French rriitm Minister, una (ion- Poulanir, th well-known niem t tm ChsmW of IVputics. lirne- tiUtiRor has for months past been the prominent fUiirtj In French tH!itIcnl on account of his warlike atUtiiilo to (iermany. duel was tin direct result of violent kmlitios it! In the Chamber of Iiepu- iirlnfc which Ueimrftl lloulanger de- rrl M. Kloiiuet n an Inipndent liar. user proiKMed the dissolution of the ilier, and the proposition wa rejn ted. fm-ral thrvuon resign! Ill sent, me his 'h Koulantter mid tlin 'T of IVputies was falling into ruin lecar, and thnt the Monarchist were nz for the death nirour of tht Krimb- lie would do his duty tir drmiiiiliiig Iscaze of a resolution that the Chamber tinident Carnot for a clisso'iition. r loiuet reproached lnrnl Hmilanier. las alwnvs alwent from the ( 'h imlior. II it w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1888

.5. it. Smith & Co., (Moulted), RHiltonij Fa OOOOOOOUIK IM OUO IH )i )( o )QO m 0 o M W H xuc. '. Desire to call Hie uttention of (bo Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of UDooiia and BQwer Ware, PSaisW Furniture OudANsaiul Miiall Music:.. Instruments. We carry tbc largest stock of Ibis goods in CcntralPennylvania, and a visit to our hilarious ware room, will fully repay you and wo bcreby extend a cordial invitation to visit ns and get our prices!) before purebasing. Wo aro offering our carpet Stock at special prices and bavc made groat reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUE GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! Carpets, Wo alsobave a full line of Oil sbades, Lace, Damaok, Turkonia Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anytbing pertaining to tbo furnisbing of a bouse and all at prices 25 per cent lower tban city prices. .T. It. SMITH & Co. ( Limit 220,222, 221, Front St., IMii Canada Thistles- I:iv i--l:it iiitr to ('nnaili This tles ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1888

U if MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JULY 20, 1883. no. 3i. j- ' v ' ' ' . i n lit! Iiln: Itllh: I.I' im.i , Hi H il It !. Jft'l I., P. ii' A"' R ,olti'' i IDIH" illluf ib 8. tot 17 TerN"" COUNTRY. pay'our taxes now and save five per 't. It isaid that block pepper is death to cfdmge worms. Try it. TK-' eclipse on Sunday night wan n pent of general attraction. Rack -berries are no plenty here tint picker uro glad to get rid of Hem lit 3 ceuts per quart. Some persons' hounds have boon tilling Fred Smith' turkeyH. We pTrtoot to soo their hides hans on the J tan-yurd fence soon. Ryan Daubrrman was last week brought here by a U. S. Marhal and is now "doing time" in the Sny der county prison. As usual the infernal Sugar Tnint has nut up the price of sugar as the canning and preserving season come tin. Courtship is graced with the glitter Jof diamonds; but marriage has to 1 scrabble around very lively to get a 'supply of the plain black carbon. Lost. Near Middieburgh, on July Nth, a black an...

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. — 26 July 1888

t V TI1E M1DDLEBUKG1I TOST. T. It. HAHTER, Ennon aud Vko'r. MIIHH.KIil lmlt, '.!., .n ly ,';, ls. A HOPEFUL FEELINO. UrcadstnfTs Acilrc and Higher nnd Provision staples Advancing. Special telcgrnms to lij-itl.itrert'$ Ptnpha aire the favorable crop rosirts of the past fortnight, nnd while indictting nopeein'. re vival In general trade, ex'-ept in strar, ahow th it 1h' feeling in business circles nt larger cities U mora tmMful, ow ing to the Improve I crop outlook ami renewed buying nt somo jKiinti in th Inter lur. The distributive movement has slacken ixl in mime lines nt Knnsts City, Burlington, Iowa, Snn Francisco and liulvoton. At must other points tho situation I practically unchanged. At Ihiongo, Unnilii, MiinionN tin nint St. Paul there nro signs f an early cxpii.s'ou of the demand Iiitributiryregiini". The Now York t ck market continued utrong in the only part of tho week, but dec-lined a little Inter rn rciiliztlion of profit mul owing to the absence nf further buying power,...

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