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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1888

5 ' '.1 ili FIFTEEN PERISH. JIOST IIOnniBLK HOLOCAUST. geTcntcn Lire Lout by a Fire In a New York Untitling. Thirteen peiple were burned to death In a sii-story brick building In the rear of 1B7 Bowery, New York city, Frid iy afternoon. Six more, burned no bully t hit they will fola'Jy die, were removed to various hue Itsls. The building wan a tlx story d ath trap lo- te-l in the rear of the reoplea Theitre, in he center of the block bounded by Djwery, UvlnRton, Christie and Dolancy street, and u unapproiichthle tare by an alley way trre'y three feet wl le and a hundred feet ctn. i ne nr:-, s-com, inira and lourtti mri were used a tailoring nhopi by fnur ifTVrent Arms, who employed neirly 100 men md women In the mamifsctureof cla's. All the employees were Polish Jews. The build- g, which was filled with Inflammable miteri iriw d fiercely end rapidly, and by the time firemen retrhed the scene It wax a roir- i furnsce. Back of the building Is a tier it courtyard about six feet wide, r...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1888

.P. (JS. Snnith & o.9 (ILSnimSitedl), MnDdonDj IPa UOOOOOOOIK 00000, -.OOOOOOOO miooooo 3 Desiro to cull the attention of the Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of Fwrniiftiuire argefts, hflinigi sunidl SQyeir Waire, POararc, t Okoans and small Musical Instruments. Wo carry the largest Mock of this goods in entralJPcnnsylvania, and a visit to our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo before purchasing. Wo are offering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY I -1 Waxthu'-Two tciiiim tolmtil r-tave tlinl r uikI t wo Mfii to cut It. Call on or mlilri1 UKOHiIK 8iAtl, May !, Urn. Mi'Hvertown.Pa. Dr. 'I'Ih'hI, riiilrtilelpliiit'n renowned N)t'i-i,ilit f 1 r m-rvuUH debility, blond Itoi.nui, Ui.lnoy anil (pccliil tliat'itpea 1 1 iix imiu-1 more cum-h tlinn nil other coiuliiii 'il. Helm cured...

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. — 30 August 1888

", -. ' . ; . ' J , . ' . , '. , . .v. ' ' , , ,", . ' g'pgg . dmninb. "UMionor. VOL. 25. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 30, 1888. NO. 3d T0WN" COUNTRY. 'Weather cool and pleasant. The grey-squirrel crop is rcioi ted exceedingly slim. Miss Clyde Doru left ou Tuesday morning for Baltimore to visit her nistor MrH. Miller. Our town council is urging the work of repairing our pavements with good results. James P. Smith and lux Hon Clem of Millersburg, spent Sunday at home in Middleburgh. Miss Ella Smith of Cleveland, O., in here on a visit the guest of her uncle, John P. Smith. H. Oppeuhcimor's clothing store, Selinsgrovo, will ba dosed ou Sept. f.th and 15th, being Jewish holidays. We have several thousand old newspapers in the printing oflico which we will sell at five cents per dozen. One of the "nut-crackers" has asked us for the answer to our last week's plank question. We don't know it that's why we asked. To Tjie Nut Chac-kefis. I have a piece of curd-board which is 8 inche...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1888

I THE MIDDLEljURQII TOST. T. H. H ARTE R, Emi-on asd Tno'n. Mnnn.Kuriicn, r,., .if f. tv ins. AX OCEAN IIOKROK. HVKS LOST IN A COLLISION. Steamers Coma Together In n Heavy I'oit and. J'asnciigcr Uo l)ovu to Death. A fatal collision recurred lietween the toim"ra Oivanin nn I city of Chester In Han Francisco Bay. Tho City of Chester startelat 10a.m. for Eureka, There w a fog, and Captain Wa'l ea blow his whistle eon Uniiouly. When off Port Point he heard another whistle, nnl signalel the unknown vess d to go to p irt, but this was evidently misim lerstofsl, for In n m uiiont tlio Oceania loomed up out of tho fog ami her prowcr.ish ed inbi the Cnpi'or's si lo ami Ishlp, cutting her nearly in two. H m of the Chester' pnonger cliinlH) 1 on tin O sarnie's ow lie fore tho vessel (artel, I ut in my wore obliged to jump Into tho water. The b ut.i of the Oceanic w.no at mci low. re 1, und picked up nit many us p i-sihle, nn 1 whiiu tugs also came to tho reseu . Tim Clcater mnk within five mi'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1888

HB CH1LDHKN HA.VB GROWN I? AWAY. i ffy little children bar frown away, Crown away from the land of play, . Crown to be mm and women tall, 1 ' With rswslons and Iovm and hate and all That come to ns when we grow away from childlah play. Jfr little children that were no dear, How can I help but wish thetn here With arm round my neck In the old lovlnjr I way J havs not known for many a day, ' Ji'ut since home wa my kingdom, precious and sweet, Filled with tho music of pattering feet I Those feet that le I them away from me Into the world aud over the tea, Leaving mo here in my lonely room That even in sunshine sem full of gloom. And to rory lonely I needs must cry J'or the days gone by. 1 thought 1 should be the first to go, And I cannot but wish It might have been so, Cut the Fathor of love, who dwells In the light. Took sonic of my bibles out of my sight- Took them nway to his Home of Kent, And I know, though I cannot toll why, 'twas , beet. So Pm trotinj our Lord anil ran clearly se...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1888

gtitolfkrgli post. 1'iiMiHhotl every Thursday. T. H. BARTER Editor and Propmtor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: On r,,lnmn. Mno Yi-r . Our hull I'nliiinn Olio yenr .0 line fourth ('iliimn, nYfr Wl.O rroinMlmial Cnril. yrr yrnr A milt"". Km-i-ulur, Ailtiilnlxtrntiir, mul AmIkhim. Nntti'i. li.M Whim B I'l'i-ml m-ruiui-iin-ntu nre iiimlv, nil nUn-tin-un-nt, ln-rli tor k limn 4 ninth, rliru- tl ilA 'T I'm lr lift liiMirllnn. !. nr ih .r.cn.l iniu'itin ml 74 cint. lir i'h utriiirnt ln'rtl"ii. Tlmrwlsiy, August, 30 1888. llF.iTiii.i'AN National Ticket. t l-fvld-nt HKNJAMIM IIAKHISON, of Incllurm. Kit vi"' rri'Hilnnl I.KVI I1. M -hl'liN. l tie Ycirn. ilWflll.Ii-AN STATK Tll'KF.T. V-r Au1Ur Hi'ii'wl. TMMA Mi OA M AN F t HUlr County. Fur Xiipri'iiK" .lii-iu1'. jamks t. mh iii i-'i. ' iini,i,h" 1ILMCY llUuWN. Hki tiikican Ohntv Ticket. 1'iinnri-f A W. COT I Kll. NiMiHtiir. . H il.KN HKH. A-Fiiiil-ly A A l N S. Ilfcl.r RU'H. I'roMinMi.ijirv W. W. WIT UN MY lli. Ki'ir IIit Ik...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1888

N0TC2 TO SUBSCRIBERS. I.ook nt tli fininiren on the Inbel of our paper. Those ntfurea ten you UK DATK TO WHICH YOUR BIT BSC IMP h-ioN i" PAtu. Within 8 weeks arter LuoiK'yl ent, nee If date lit changed. 0 Oilier recrmii in iircriiKnrT. arition for the Pow. A LAY SERMON. Spring-timo nlill (frown Awer-ter Summer still goon flcotor Winter itill grown colder As we, alas ! grow older. Friendship Mill grown fnircr l'liiytiine Htill grows rarer Childhood's ways prow dearer A" lnt hours still draw nearer. If we resume our Maying Our loving and our playing Upon the unknown shore When this poor life is o'er, How sweet will bo our Maying Our loving and our playing. For there, are children ever, And there is winter never. There, Friendship will be surer There, Love be sweeter, purer Tin re. is no bitter crying And Th re, no thoughts of dying. Then 1 't us ph-aso our Savior With good and sweet behavior, S. we at last upon that shore Mav play and Jsove foreverinore. ugu'sl, 1HKS. T. 1". I). Erief...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1888

A large and valuable deposit of cannel real has Icon discovered in Missouri. A physician says the Americans sit more than any other icop'o iu the world. The villayc of llavorotraw, on tho Hudson, manufactures mre bricks than any other phi c in the world. Th tp nro fewer c hurches in Horlin than in any other ruropca-i capital. Ti.irch-goer nro les than two percent of the whole population. Spa'n celebrated tho f nil in tc of tho in vincible Arm. ula as well an Kngland. The r-paimh c'aim that tho flout was imply a fishing excursion. A p'tnet lions French highway robber tooped to apologize t ) his victim, ntid tho victim noticed th fact that ho was liow-lcggod. He gave the police this pointer and the right jnan was toon in limbo. "A native author called Hoe,"' was Matthew Arno d's sneering allusion to to the t.ovdist who so soon followed the I'.nglish litterateur to tho grave. K. I'. Hoe accepted ;lie des'gnatioti nn l wrote an a l'oh ornphic nl sketch tinder tint heading, winch was c m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1888

I ANSISTKl) I MM ICJ ft ANTS. Largo Number Ront Over by the Xuko Fund. The Congressional Investigation Commlt- tee eiamlne.1 Stephen WriglitliiRton, o( Rill River, ftjfpnt of th Btato Ilmr.1 of Lunacy mil Charity. II testtfliHl thit tine 1S7J no iMad tax had I wen collected under the Htat laws, Tho Btiit Board U under contract with the United St-ite Troisiiror for the ,rlmlnlst.ratlon ot the Immigration Inwa ,t Mrwacliiisott porta. Witness was Informed thnt ll.'OO.tXK) hnd bren ap (iroprinteil ly the Tuko fnn.ltohelpemlgrnnta from Iioland to America !otwen WJand l1! ,nl T,-4)'J such assist 1 immigrant lin lu 1 it Masanehusutt ports. The local authori ties tak advantage of the fund to alt Ip pmp ?r from workhouse, ami 130 a uch wor re turned hence last year. Tho Mansion Hus fund was for the Importation of Kussian Jow from the Crimes. 1 hejr toon fill our almshouse. Of Into yetre the business of shutting emigrant l pi actio illy at an end. Vitn( thought steamship companies en- tnurai;...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1888

JJ. iifi. SmiiuflOu & .9 (LDDDSieaD), RflnDd.nn9 Qpn.9 (M )OOOU OOOt )00000 OOOOOOOOtK ooooo, Ougah and small Musical Instruments. We cany the largest our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and we hereby before purchasing. Wo aro offering our carpet Stock at special REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED Kor lln- I'iwt. Farming- Ill my former art ifleM I tried to hliow the furiner Homo point h to liin iidv:intni.v in farming, will now ntill fiutli' i nIiow htm liow ho may rc Moiv t the v'i'ouiicl those cleinentH uliit h w. yi -nrly t;ikc away from it. The tint-) piiiuiplo i-h-nii-nts tlmt tutor into the fertility of the tfi-onn.l, ure nitrogen, phosphoric iici.l, ami potash; now if any one of tlim tli'-.. .: wmitinir the conno- HK in-. H m e 11 delii'ieut crop, wheut takes from the soil about fifty-two pound of nitrojji n per ton, twenty one of phosphoric arid, and thirteen of potiish, potatoes about fourteen an 1 11 hulf of potiish, citfhtof uitro pen find four of phosporic 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. — 6 September 1888

i7OL. 25. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., SEPTEMBER G, 1888. NO. 37. 'GVN COUNTRY. Grant Shuck of Shaiuokin Dam cnt a few days with friends in ddleburgh last week. Miss Jennie O. Bihighauae visited linsgrove friends over Sunday guest of Miss Annie Kempfcr. rhe Democrats of Snyder county Jh year modestly ask for every loe in the county excepting pro- iuotary. Ve Lave now thirteen hour's sun lit and in lens thau three weeks days and nights will be equal, en autumn will begin. his campaign will be very inter ns to thephilosphors, but mighty rertain, contradictory and per- xing to the politicians and bct g men. here will be n grand Republican lly iu Middleburgh on Thursduy r-noon and evening of Court k. Due notice of the arrange ds w ill be made known through Ik and the papers. hie Post's jobbing outfit isoscom- e as is its newspaper outfit i h is saying a good deal and we n to hold good our promise to vork just as neat and cheap as white man or bluck can do live. oniplinients on the eleg...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1888

TIkto has been on exhibition at the Alexandra l'lilace-, in London, a stonm lifeboat built of steel. It is absolutely unsinkahlc, i uncapsiablc, worked with twin screw placed In a position where they will not bu lifted out of the water, andean be raised instantly on coining to hore. Tlio enginci and fire aio per fectly pnti-c'ed, and tlm draught of tlio vessel with fifteen men on board is only twelve iiM ho. Tl.o Minister of Agriculture, sriys a 1'ari letter in the J'ij'iinui; hu liven taking n census of the fowl of Trance, mid In: inform n lint the country contain 1."i,(miii,(m) ) lien-:, worth on tin nvcragu ."id cent up ceo. One-lif h of thcue lien and '.,0')o,o ii cock are killed annually, and they sell for i',f!)0 in tl.o market. 'I'll.' other 11 1, ( (). (it) ) bens lay about :;,0'io, Mi.ii'i ) eg j every year, worth 1 l-i(ent np'ccc; this sunn up up td not le thin $ i'l, 71", On . There fore tin) chicken of Franco produce :J'i7, JOo,o(io a year. They form noun important item ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1888

'PENSION MATISTIC8. 'h iMlcrii Got Nearly a Third of f the Kipf!tip of th Government. the report of tin eommlsslrmwr of petitions (hat there were during the fiscal ycir en!el June H B,,,'a 1 th pension mi's 10,353 B(,w nnmes, the Inrgest annual incivai In the history af the tmrnni, funking a total ot 4.-,J,4."i7 pM,s.oner on tUe rolls at the e;oM of the year. The name! f 8,(KS previously aroppoa were nitorel to the roll, miking in agrepate of al leil during the yeir. During the nine pericd 1.;;0 w"re dropped from ttw foil on anoouot of death, a'nl various othor ftiti'c, leaving not Increase to the rolls of 41 !M names. Tbo amount of pension p 11 during the year was f 7i,77.r,8rV3, an increase ore r the previous yenr of 13,8 fl.'JW. The to tnl amount eipeiult'd lor all purposes was fsS.OlM.S, telag 31 1-3 per cent, of the total estim ited gros Inc mi of the UuheJ States government for the porioJ. The total expenditure oi ine uoverninnns for the flee l year WO were f ;07,DM,S01, that ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1888

i 6fn STAWAttrjjJf Kol. Publixhed every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: Una Column, On. Yrar MO.O ii hull Column Inn jraar t. )o fourth Cnlumn, Hn.Yi-.r 0 l'MIlonl Cnr.l", .rr jrrnr . Auilllim, hiM-utr, A-ltnliilMmt'ir, anil A 'ulii nr Ncillrp , I2.M Wlii-n ni Piicinl ArrAnKt-im-ntii ntn inmle, nil lrurni.nt, Inn-rteil lor I-m limn 4 mnnth, w rhurirr l 'cr Ini'li fur Oft lnr-rtlnn f l.w or ilia hfciiih! In.- rtloii mnl T4 criili tur each .utiiipiit In.crllnn. Thursday, Sep. (1, 1888. Hepi'BMca National Ticket. Vi't )'r"lili"ni HKNJAMIN II A l( KIM IN, of llxllnnn. ti-t Vl'' I'rMlil.nt l.KVl T. M "hTll.N. lit .Sew Yuri). ItErrni.K'AX S-rm: Tickkt. Kur Aalitnr Hi-nornl. THOMAS Mi U A M AN r nl HUlr County. Kr Suiirrmi J mini. JAM KS T. MITt'llM.U al I'll t ln.l cl tb in. A.iMlitr 'iiilui' III MiY HHIIWN. KtlTUKICAN ('oiNTY Tu'KF.T. eNinirr.ii A W. I'OTI KU. Sii.tur. I. Id H.KMiKH, Ami'IiiMv AAKuN S. Hr.I.t RICH. rr'iitin...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1888

jLrc 3 TO ST7CCC2XSZS3. ook at the fltifcures on the label of oiir paper. Those figures tell you Uk pATR to which touh sdbhcrip tio 19 paih. Within 8 weeks after motieyl s ent. see if date Is changed. o other receipt is necesearr. Brief Fom Hausa Barick. 1 Liiveb Kerxal Harder. Ich Lob licr tzcicllirh warnunjr pew vacha ,ler proHHft Betz, un Ich glaub du hunlit aw der benefit del fun Ran om nia und dei moulgn-lioldafun donna IiukUoh was Btylo is oder was net hie in. Der Boonastiel hut pawon- liicred rp ich ebbes weist wacha der JFinbery Quention. Now dort hut hr farhoftich de recht sow om oar. ch kon cum grade Hoga dos ich bett- 1 1V. Mr lcga ton uoh we iiniia, uu nil Llaub dos der old Orover about in la Hame-a shoe Mate. lJo warm Loll wiHft by dara tzeit dos Ich an JlU'publican, un dos ich net der U. S. KliniHter bin tsu Hausa Barick. flch war an soldate mi greek un war iff der Union side, un wed de For ign Minions oil supplied wara dor- h nppoiniiiH'nt funi iiioMiilcnt, un Lvoil i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1888

THE MIDDLKDUKGII TOST. T. U. IIARTER, I'ditou and Piio'iu Miliu:i:t l;:ir, .!.. a, is. DIED ON DUTY. si:vi:n- i iiu.mkn mi:i;t dkath. A Itlo.'k In tlio Ittislnr- Part ol tlio ley 0r Ilnltimoro Swept Away, Involving a Liih of Onr One Million Dollar. The mast disastrous fire, bih to life ami troH.rty, that has occurred In Iiultlmore for many years, lr ko out nt half past 4 Kundny morning at No. MW 8oulh Sharp trrct, ainlspreidiug with great rapidity on either side, wxiii destroyed severnl fine four story Iron and brick front tiiilliiin on Hhnrp street and III i hack buildings of nearly the whole row of lion on l'ratt stroi, betwooii .Sharp nnd Hanover. Tho north wall of building No. I0l Sharp tioi't collapsed ub nt tf.'.V) , a. tn., nnd buried Oof thn firemen. Two of them, A. L. Kck and John Kelly, were taken out alive, lttt Very badly Injunsl. Seven wore killed. Their mimes are (!iorgo llowors, Thomas Wagner, IVrry 1'yan, and John Acomb.of No. S Truck Company, mi. I llirry Walker, Ji...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1888

rOB'S COMFORTERS. tnMOX BY lilt. TALMACJK feopta Who Annojr Ono Who U In Ironblo, Instend of Mympatlilz Ins With Him. TlXT: "itiitrablt Comforter nrmum nit -Job xvl., a ITltA man fit T Vi art a a-m . . . tnelnsof his family, the loss of hi prop. rty. the lot of his health; but the most et - -Kn( t II IT I h i n t ftinfc oatn ' e : th tantshring talk or t how who otnrhfc to have vtnnntlilzo.I with him. Inking round upon tiirm, and weighing what they tinrt saiil, he utter the words of nr text u'Lri .11. i rimi l..t .... .. ... ,,.... ...s. mi. nm iiim mri ma world! T la it ntiestlon I nftn Hhp i ..... never satisfactorily answered. Uol made the world fair and bemtiful at tha mart. If our tlrst parent hnd not sinned in Kdon thev mieht have gone out of that garden nd found Illty paradises all nround the earth Kurnpe, Asia, Africa, North nnd sU.tiitl. " tnntow MhrHa flF fl-illf taaf Iralui-. am,. I 1 1 uppoe tlint whwi Oo I poured out th Uihnn A fliA It iilillr..l twuiMuJ ... . i . .... ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1888

1 oooooooooc ooooo, OOOOOOOOooooooo Desire to call the attention of che Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of FisiroDDftaflire araefto, GpSiragi, aoidl OuoANsnml small Musical Instruments. "We carry tlio largest stock of this goods in cntral(PcnnR)lvania, and a visit to our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and we hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo before purchasing. We are offering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! Wo also have a full lino of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, fcc, in fact anything pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices 23 per cent lower than city prices. J. K. SMITH & Co. (Limited) 220,222, 224, Front St., Milton The Campaign-lfy Bob Burdett. At A IUpubliran mrr-ting at liryn Mawr m Tuenday of nnt wi'fk Rob ert J. Bunli'tti', tho humorist, wan ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

,'1 VOL. 25. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., SEPTEMBER 13, 1888. NO. 38. I "Co, Oommlsslonim IliC-' bo' rlii !Cti IUPI L'lCi itr T0WNN GOfclNTRY. Miss Minnie Myers of Rcllvue, lOhio in here on a visit. Mrs. William Hiu tniim and Hon of ffhree Rivers, Midi, are here on n visit with friends. 1 Vrrv count vcnjoyit the distinction Lf being t ! only county in tho state V ,.! mi associate judge is niso pro prietor of ft licensed UOtcl. .Tut as we expected, C. C. Scebold look the diploma fit tlio Milton fair 3iis week on the wlnte sewing ina- line. Judge Riuhcr, of Lewisburg, is iell)in Judgo Rockefeller eleiir up le eriininiil list nnl ih located in in buck room. Siiiifxiry Xi ira. Home-made rag Carpet '2.V. 20c. arml for 125c Kid Gloves 50c. H.V. Jfhite Shirts (lOc, blue Calico (c, at hostnuts, Lewistown. Pa. !)-i:i-2w "Sailor" waists fire nil the go with Lr dear girls, and when their fair Inns me encased in them they rc- nible a shock of corn tied too low. The twenty-fourth annual conven ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

THE MIDDLKiJUHGII POST. T. U. IIAKTER, Kim on a.vd Tko'iu MiiM.r:i:t i;r;ir, r.., sltt. i.j, is.., !"" " " 1 -111 1 m mn SEVEN KILLED., i i:xcritHiov Tii ain wiu:cisi:n A t iinnee ling Ut el of the Passcnigoi 1 inline Itmko, nntt n Freight Crushed Into the Train. The special train cm the Now York, Penn tylvnnia . Ohio K-iilmnel, which left Youngs town Monday fo;ciioon, with 500 people cm board, mostly runj Army iujii, bound foi the National Encampment, at Ctdunili, wae wrerkeel in nr 1 'it nwin, Ohio. Knur ritii were killed outright, threo c.Ihm Injured w bndiy tlmt they hvo sines dl. n n 1 twenty two nth'Ts woiin li-d, several badly. While th ttniii wns running lhmn;h a cut i n a t- op d iwu gra.l one of tin con necting red of tin engine hrok and the train came to a ulii'id-itill. Freight Iriin No. V was following mi'lese.ly (hit, although a (lagmnii was M-nt Lack It could not l sfop l. It crash- tl Into tin excursion train, plowing IU way llirou ;li and smashing the CoiU'hcs into ...

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